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ChristopherJames
ChristopherJames
4/2/2019 1:38:09 AM
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Crazy things lead to Crazy Solutions!
I'm looking forward to reading your article on the effects of this! It's amazing to think what kind of things we can do when human minds concoct the most unthought-of experiments. If someone told me that nuking protons would create an amazing solution to someone's problems, I really wouldn't know what to think! 

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