This is why we love the folk at MIT

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    cool stuff-----will it make monitors any cheaper ???:eusa_eh:
     
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    Who needs a monitor? :cuckoo:
     
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    Only 6% of scientists say they are Republican. I wonder how many of those students at MIT are Republican? Just look at the rants against "book knowledge" and "edjamacation". See what you can do with "book knowledge" and "edjamacation".
     
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    This is actually a development since about Reagan. Before that, you could find just as many fruitcakes on the left as on the right that disdained any knowledge. Seems that after that the Republicans were attracting the majority of Luddites and anti-science kooks.
     

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