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Jim S
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Comment:Re: A Good Vent - Jim S-8/6/2013
Comment:Range Anxiety - Jim S-8/5/2013
Comment:Re: More devices - Jim S-7/25/2013
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Comment:Tornado Drone - Jim S-6/11/2013
Comment:Great Project - Jim S-5/10/2013
Comment:Brain Scanning - Jim S-4/24/2013
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Comment:Efficiency - Jim S-4/20/2012
Comment:Marine Biofuels - Jim S-4/2/2012
Comment:Harsh environments - Jim S-3/19/2012
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