Have you heard the Biblical news? Using satellites, supercomputers and what looks like graphics stolen from World of Warcraft, Boulder researcher at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the University of Colorado have digitally recreated how Moses may have parted the Red Sea.
This is big news, capable of changing our everyday lives and well worth however millions in tax dollars were thrown at the assignment. Now, with that problem out of the way, here are ten other really relevant scientific subjects they should tackle pronto:
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