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If small microbes tend to be eaten by bigger ones, why aren’t all microbes big?
Recently I saw this 600 or so year-old Native American pictograph on a large boulder in Idyllwild, CA. What do you make of it?
March 08, 2012 at 09:00 AM in Talmudic Questions, Teachers Corner | Permalink
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