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Nobel in chemistry honors pair for new way to make molecules

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If it were not for the brilliant humans in this world including the hundreds that worked on the mRNA vaccines so quickly to save mankind, we would have long been gone soon after the Neanderthal.

Live Long and Prosper

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If it were not for the brilliant humans in this world including the hundreds that worked on the mRNA vaccines so quickly to save mankind, we would have long been gone soon after the Neanderthal.

I guess you must have missed the Nobel Prize Winner who discovered HIV Luc Montagnier who said history books will record the MASSIVE mistake it is to vaccine in the middle of a pandemic. Look him up on Bit chute since You tube sensors everything like the German SS.

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Congratulations to Benjamin List and David W.C. MacMillan.

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They were cited for their work in developing a new way for building molecules known as “asymmetric organocatalysis.”

Congrats to them, "orgo" (organic chemistry) wasn't one of my better subjects

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