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Science/Tech: Brits beat AC brains to moon mystery solution

Adair Boffins v. British ones: Momentary setback for Adair County

You win some and you lose some. The age old boffin baffler: Why some moon rocks are magnitized, has been solved.. The race for the solution seems to go to the British scientists rather than Great Thinkers of Adair County. (Not even Billy Joe Fudge or Hardscratch Deli Science Roundtable got this one first.) Here's a link to the answer: Mystery of MAGNETIC ROCKS FOUND ON MOON cracked by Lewis Page in the A register.

CM NOTE: They've (apparently) won this one fair and square: But in race for world supremacy we've still got the Lindsey Wilson volleyball, ADAIR Band, and the Conception of Mark Twain going for us. One day the Canadian Tour Buses will come. You'll see. -CM




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