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Research within Questia's collection of full-text online articles from American Scientist, July-August Volume: Number: 4. A time-lapse photograph shows discharges of static electricity from the tines of a fork to four metal electrodes. November-December Volume: Number: 6. "The Information Paradox," by Peter Denning and Tim Bell. "Framing Political Messages with Grammar and.
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