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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Tom Shutt
Case Western Reserve University physics professor Tom Shutt says it was a painstakingly slow two-day move from the earth's surface down to a cavern within the now-closed Homestake Gold Mine.
"These are two huge mysteries that will have opened up in the last 30 years," Shutt said. "We're all going after the same thing: We're trying to figure out what are the basic components of the universe."