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Dick Siegel has invented a forge that manipulates matter a molecule at a time.
As any newborn baby knows, no two faces are alike. Now, finally, a computer knows this, too.
With innovative arithmetic, manipulating infinitely large and infinitesimally tiny quantities is as simple as one, two, three.
Has Nir Kossovsky really shown anything about the dangers of breast implants?
Scientists are using a molecule hidden in pond murk to create sugar like a bacteria.
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