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Here is a science project idea that is simple and easy and that you child can do himself or herself. That rule is unacceptable and violates laws of logic and grammar,” said planetary scientist David Morrison of the NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif. Having witnessed so much commitment, energy and impact, I am proud to be involved with Sense about Science. While making you choice from among the variety of available science fiction books, always make it a practice to skim through the content.

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