Scientists Create Microscopic ‘Mona Lisa’

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Carl Tresvant

Since he didn’t know anything about the topic being discussed, Carl Tresvant kept his goddamn trap shut.

Obama Taking 8-Day Martha’s Vineyard Vacation

The Obama family will leave Saturday for an 8-day vacation on the quiet, affluent island of Martha’s Vineyard, where they have visited three of the past four summers, and are expected to spend the week golfing, shopping, and relaxing.

Doctors Finally Clear Peyton Manning To Play Football

DENVER—Two years after performing his 2011 spinal fusion surgery, doctors announced this week that Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has been officially cleared to return to the field and take part in football activities.
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Scientists Create Microscopic ‘Mona Lisa’

Using nanoscale chemistry, scientists in Georgia have created the world’s smallest version of the Mona Lisa, with the researchers’ so-called Mini Lisa measuring just 30 microns wide, or less than a third of the width of a human hair. What do you think?

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