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3/16/2012 00:32 AM EDT
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Battar
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Battar   3/20/2012 7:08:59 AM
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If it's sponsored by Unesco it's probably nothing more than a public relations exercise. I don't expect anything else from a UN organization.

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C VanDorne   3/19/2012 8:03:56 PM
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After I picked my jaw up off my desk from seeing tht list of players I had the same instincts. I thought "Well, maybe at least their scientists can get along." Then I thought again after Sun Tsu came to mind. In other words I can imagine that Israel has strategic interest at play here. Either way, that this will be "interesting" is an understatement.

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Dave.Dykstra   3/19/2012 4:59:11 AM
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This will be interesting to watch. Maybe science can really help show the way in politics.

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BLinder   3/16/2012 7:43:38 PM
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Great news to have cross cultural science cooperation! Last I checked we are all living on this small planet in the out skirts of the Milkyway galaxy, so might as well learn to live with each other on this rock.

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