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Joy Kikuchi, editor

   

So you think you know everything? Did you know:

   

GSO and AMA go whale watching

“Whale! Whale! There’s a whale at 11 o’clock!” somebody screamed from the left side of the Star of Honolulu, Hawai‘i’s largest cruise ship. All of a sudden, everyone crowded to the left side of the cruise ship and gasped....

   

Anti-HIV protein found in monkeys

It has been known for years that monkeys are not affected by the human version HIV. A new study has finally revealed the reason—a protein in monkey genes prevent HIV from replicating in their cells, in turn blocking the virus from infecting monkey DNA.

   
   

 

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