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Used Gravitrons Issue #05 By Used Gravitrons
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Poetry. Fiction. Art. Absurd. Ethereal. Fantastic. It's great. Read it.
Used Gravitrons Issue #04 By Used Gravitrons
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We're more than the sum of our parts. Even though our parts include Sara Mclean, Casey Wooden, Neila Mezynski, Dan Davis, Dan Rooke, Keith Zimmerman, Casey Mulvihill, Otis Crook and Mike Wiley.
Used Gravitrons Issue 06 By Used Gravitrons
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Issue #01 April, 2010 By Used Gravitrons
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Issue #01 April, 2010 By Used Gravitrons
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Used Grawvitrons, quarterly journal of fiction, poetry, art, non-fiction and music. www.usedgravitrons.com
Issue # 03 November, 2010 By Used Gravitrons
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November 2010's Issue #03. Everything you could ever want from a fiction/poetry/essay/photography/art magazine. And More.
Issue # 03 November, 2010 By Used Gravitrons
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November 2010's Issue #03. Everything you could ever want from a fiction/poetry/essay/photography/art magazine. And More.
Issue # 02 August, 2010 By Used Gravitrons
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Writing, Art, Photography, what else could you ask for?
Issue # 02 August, 2010 By Used Gravitrons
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Therapeutic Uses of Botulinum By Therapeutic Uses of Botulinum
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Justinius Kerner, a German medical officer and poet, was the first to realize that botulinum toxin potentially might be useful for therapeutic purposes. Kerner made this observation in 1822, but... More > he did not call the toxin “botulinum toxin.” Instead, Kerner called it the substance in “wirkenden stoffes,” which translates to “bad sausages.” Kerner realized that there was a “fat poison” or “fatty acid” within sausages that produced the toxic effects that we now know as botulism< Less