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    Default The author of this book . . .

    was interviewed in the BBC's 'Meet The Author' last night - I've never heard anyone talk so much yet say so little, with Nick Higham hanging on every nonsense-word he uttered.

    "Higgs boson book scoops Royal Society Winton Prize"

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-25086967

    Question: In these days of job insecurity, how do you get yourself a lucrative job for life?

    Answer: Master the art of double-speak, join the astro-physicist fraternity, and take part in 'the on-going and never-ending quest to find the Higgs Boson Partical'.

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    Have you heard the latest?

    'Scientists have discovered a lake on Mars which could have supported life.' Fancy that eh? They're also trying to land something on 'the oldest asteroid in our galaxy, designated P/2013 P5 to find out what it's made of. Chocolate and fudge, what else?

    http://************/os65qo3

    "Once we capture the asteroid, then the plan is to use what we call solar-electric propulsion to bring that asteroid back to the stable orbit around the moon where we'll meet up with the crew."

    http://www.marketplace.org/topics/tech/ ... e-asteroid

    Blimey, it's all 'go' being a space boffin isn't it! All together now . .

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