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Tag: Science Writer
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December 29, 2005 | 7:00 pm
Michael Chorost climbs the flight of stairs to a room filled with metal file cabinets. He's never been to this place before, but he's greeted like a long lost relative. A smiling woman hands him what he has come to see: file No. 27392.
The 40-year-old science writer opens the file...