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|No Toraceratops!; It finally happened.|
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|Russwallac||Feb 23 2012, 05:04 PM Post #166|
|Ugh... Can we just lock this already? It was a so-so topic to begin with, and now it's devolving into an off-topic flamewar...|
"We've started a cult about a guy's liver, of course we're going to demand that you give us an incredibly scientific zombie apocalypse." -Nanotyranus|
|T.Neo||Feb 23 2012, 05:08 PM Post #167|
Translunar injection: TLI
Edited by T.Neo, Feb 23 2012, 05:09 PM.
|A hard mathematical figure provides a sort of enlightenment to one's understanding of an idea that is never matched by mere guesswork.|
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