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(Gizmodo)   Scientists at MIT working in conjunction with the Vorlon embassy develop self-assembling "living materials"   (gizmodo.com) divider line 52
    More: Cool, MIT, quantum dots, Vorlons, gold nanoparticles, Biomolecule, materials, scientists, embassy  
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2014-03-25 10:55:52 AM

John Hopoate: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: DreamyAltarBoy: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Saiga410: Makh: I'm sure the biggest challenge was being able get things working with only "Yesss," and "Good!" from tech support.

Who are you?

What do you want?

Who do you serve?

Who do you trust?

Why do you care?

Why are you here?

Well, everyone has to be somewhere!

--Dr. Sato, UNCF Yamato

Who Do You Love?
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--Bernard Wright
 
2014-03-25 11:09:49 AM

DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: I have living materials right now........... In my hand
/why yes, I've been to xHamster, why do you ask?


If I want freaky I go to xhamster if I want good production I go to pornhub.
 
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