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on 10/5/2010 10:51 AM   
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I would like to spread the word from http://scienceisvital.org.uk/

Good luck with your campaign 

Science is Vital is a group of concerned scientists, engineers and supporters of science who are campaigning to prevent destructive levels of cuts to science funding in the UK.

 

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