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Craig Canham
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Attended University of Wolverhampton
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Homosexuality existed before religion - religion was then taught by man - work it out..!
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It's like butter....silk....smooth as the cotton harvest...!

Says he from Zone 1 Central London - love your voice...!

I think there is a song by U2 you might want consider......just saying.
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I am sick with rage, explain yourself woman at 6:40 - you walked, no phone call to the emergency services - nothing...!

Did I miss something, or did you just fail - tell me differently. Do you sleep at night.
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A "wind- and weather-proof idea" for the Mini Cooper becomes a PR nightmare.
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And he is single, why..? We all know why.
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Question: when did 'humble' man acknowledge the world was round...?
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So effortlessness......hand of an angel - it would be so great to hear you sing 'With or Without You', U2 - that would be another piece of magic. Wink wink...!
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Bacteria Growing Google Logo
via: http://goo.gl/DAL7l

"In attempt to inspire fellow scientists to have fun just as much as they did, two Virginia biologists created first living Google logo out of fast-multiplying bacteria.

How the "Living Google Logo" experiment was done: E. coli bacteria BL21 LysS is a laboratory strain that is harmless to humans but very useful for growing specific genes used in studies of cancer and AIDS. These bacteria are commonly used as microscopic factories to produce millions of copies of these genes which are then used in experiments.

To do this experiment, the scientists placed the bacteria into four small test tubes containing growth medium and added a small amount of common commercially available food colourings, one colour per tube for each of the four Google colors. After culturing the bacteria for four hours in the colored medium, investigator Clayton Wright used a sterile Q-tip to "plate" each population of the colored E. coli onto a Petri dish containing bacterial growth medium in agar. (Agar is a starch that hardens -- similar to gelatin -- to support growth of organisms like bacteria on a solid platform.) Clayton placed the bacteria on the agar surface in the Google logo style.

The scientists' primary concern was that the colouring would diffuse out from the bacterial colonies and not make a coherent Google logo. But after an overnight incubation, they found that did not happen. The coloring stayed with the bacteria quite well, and the Google logo grew out very nicely. They anticipated having to repeat this experiment many times to get it right, but it came out beautifully on the first try."
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Marketing Consultant
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  • Freelance
    Marketing Consultant, 1 - present
  • InTech
    Head of Interactive & Operations, 9 - 2012
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Rijeka - Cambridge, UK - Oxford, UK - Ely, UK
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    Psychology
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