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leon bernstein
Works at Whole Foods Market
Attended University of Michigan
Lives in Seattle
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Imagine a show that combines the anti-corporate craziness of Fight Club with the subversive hacker heroism of The Matrix. Add some great acting, and a fascinating conspiracy that’s unfolding in the hazy realm between our dystopian nightmares and hard reality. That’s Mr. Robot, which debuted last night on USA.
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The universe is full of wonder, and a whole lot of nothingness.
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Black hole loses its appetite for gassy cloud
(Phys.org) - In a showdown of black hole versus G2 - a cloud of gas and dust - it looks like G2 won. Recent research shows that G2 came within 30 billion kilometers of the super-massive black...
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Einstein thought not. But experiments suggest so.
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The microscopic tardigrade—also known as the water bear—is the only animal that can survive the cold, irradiated vacuum of outer space. We talked to leading tardigrade researchers to find out what makes these little guys so amazing.
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Spooky quantum entanglement just got spookier.
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The solar-powered space probe launched from the comet-hunting Rosetta craft is currently stuck in a shadowy ditch. Astronomers 300 million miles away are devising ways to free it before its batteries die.
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  • Whole Foods Market
    Financial Analyst, 1998 - present
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Seattle
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Chicago - Ypsilanti - Ann Arbor - Millburn - West Orange - Kwajalein Atoll - Livingston
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I'm just trying to look like I don't care.
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Music, film, books, politics, science and occasional shameless self promotion.  (check out the bl burns 'start again' video and bl burns on bandcamp)
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I've recorded an album/year since 2005 and I made a video on my iPhone one weekend...see shameless self promotion (above)
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    History, 1985 - 1989
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Are we alone in the universe? We'll know soon
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