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  • From Potatoes to Plutonium

    Idaho's most infamous export might be about to change
      Tim Frazier was raised near Dayton, Ohio, and spent his childhood within sight of the Department of Energy (DOE) Mound Site in nearby Miamisburg. Unfortunately, the plant is not only known for working to advance nuclear technology. It also caused extensive uranium contamination of the groundwater aquifer, and soil contamination including radium, tritium and plutonium-238.
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  • As seen on TV
  • As seen on TV

    There is something very Orwellian happening to the news these days
      Here's a sample of this week's top news headlines: Tsunami death toll tops 156,000; Insurgents press on; 16 dead after fresh attacks, and Fans Flock to Meet the Fockers. Huh? You got it; death, war and Meet the Fockers, in that order. And apparently we're buying it.
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    Local glass artist Filip Vogelpohl
      Filip Vogelpohl likes to make marbles. And if you twist his arm, he may admit he's an artist. He is content receiving little fanfare at all despite being a talented glass artist and one of the first to attempt creation of a five-inch Borosilicate Vortex marble. Borosilicate is hard, Pyrex glass, like a cake pan, and very heavy. Wearing a protective suit and full mask, Vogelpohl spends over eight hours in front of a 2,300-degree torch forging a giant marble.
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  • Under This Mosaic, I'm Totally Naked
  • Under This Mosaic, I'm Totally Naked

    Discovering Reham Jacobson
      "This is absolutely terrifying. Nearly every day feels like a high wire circus act with no safety nets!" Reham Aarti Jacobson exclaims. Owning her own business was a scary leap of faith, yet she sports a broad, happy smile. "It didn't matter that I was afraid to try it, I felt I had something I needed to do in this world and I'd be working against that feeling every day if I stayed too scared to give it a shot. At some point, you just take a deep breath, close your eyes, and believe that if you're doing what's right, the universe is going to work to help you accomplish it."
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