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Old 04-24-2013, 10:59 AM   #5
SandV
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[Q[B]UOTE=stringertom;7365561]In the latter part of the 20th century, a great effort was made by various physicists to discover more subatomic particles. In the early 21st century, TennisAustralia succeeded in finding such a particle and placing much faith in his value in the future. Perhaps it is time to revaluate the Down Under experiment in Project Quark. He has less talent on a tennis court than in the faster traffic lanes on various Aussie thoroughfares.[/Q

But his atomic number is higher than most other specimens in the "particle zoo", right?
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