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Christopher Fullenkamp
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So maybe Smarty Pins is a bit harder than I thought. I got 12. See if you can do better.

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Only time will tell how bad this disaster will be to the ecosystems surrounding the area. 
Radiation Damage Detected In Butterflies

It is likely that the first generation of butterflies suffered both physical damage from radiation sickness and genetic damage from the massive exposure to radioactive isotopes after the disaster, the researchers reported. This generation passed on their genetic mutations to their offspring, who then acquired their own genetic defects from eating radioactive leaves and from exposure to low levels of radiation remaining in the environment. The cumulative effect caused successive generations to develop more serious physical abnormalities. "Note that every generation was continuously exposed," said Otaki.

http://www.livescience.com/22353-mutant-butterflies-japan-fukushima-disaster.html
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Gaylord Opryland hotel is an amazing weekend trip! 
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How does your state stack up when it comes to number or science degrees awarded?

State of Science
http://cen.acs.org/articles/92/i21/State-Science.html 

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Protein found to prevent biofilm formation. Previous work has found that certain amino acids can provide a similar result, just not on a scale effective to prevent infection. Progress towards preventing antibiotic resistant ancestors. 
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Progress towards a reasonable large scale production of graphing. 
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Very original HTC, can you not come up with your prank? #copycat
HTC can't let everyone else have all the early April Fool's fun, and they just had to show us a pair of smartgloves of their own. Unlike Samsung's imaginary smartgloves, HTC's imaginary smartgloves feature an industrial design and Boomsound. And tiny holograms of cats. [HTC]

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Incredible, advancements like this are why I am studying Science. 
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