In reading the news lately, it seems there is an ever growing controversy between state rights and federal government overreach. While I have no interest in debating the merits of either, federal regulations do play a part in state hunting seasons in Alaska. The intent of this writing is to …
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From The Alaska Post: In experiments, the ultralight structures, called nanoarchitectured materials, absorbed the impact of microscopic projectiles accelerated to supersonic speeds.
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