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Old 11-10-2006, 06:47 PM   #3
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Please define "metal"

"The contaminated pills included metal fragments ranging in size from "microdots" to portions of wire one-third of an inch long, the FDA said. The FDA could not describe further the type of metal."

Give me a break. If the FDA cannot test a metal with a spectrometer, (or whatever the suitable device may be called) then how can NASA tell me what a star or planet is made of?
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