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100 feat. 천재노창
블랙넛 (Black Nut)
100 feat. 천재노창

Black Nut
D.O, VJ, San E, Garion, Sean2slow, P-Type, Drunken Tiger, T, Leessang, Dynamic Duo, TBNY, Jay Park, Epik High, E-Sens, Jtong, Simon D, Gray, Crush, Loco, Elo, Zion.T, Beenzino, Dok2, and The Quiett, Mad C, Soul Dive, Outsider, Baechigi, ChweRap, MC Sniper, But i’ll exclude DOC since they can street fight , Paloalto, B-Free, Okasian, Hwaji, Geeks, Crucial Star, Takeone, Basick, Jay Moon, Innovator, Kid Ash, Reddy, Huckleberry P, JJK, Double K, Sool J, Jerry.K, Rhyme-A-, Minos, Fana Kim, Dead’P, Addsp2ch, Ignito, Gganmo, Hanhae, Andup, Uglyduck, Zico, Rimi, Kittib, Jolly V, Tymee, Kebee, GD, DG, YDG, Illinit, Bizzy, JC, Skull, Masta Wu, Jinddoggae, Qwala, Nuksal, New Champ, Young Jay, Deep, Odee, Wutan, Row Digga, Sleeq, Don Mills, Qim Isle, Olltii and Swings, Vasco, C Jamm, Nochang, Giriboy,
and all other rappers can fuck off
I win 

Black History Month: Why a career in science?

“I have loved insects since I was 8 years old, when I found them in a vacant lot near my house. The discarded appliances, drug paraphernalia, and overgrown weeds provided various microhabitats, in which lived many kinds of insects. This taught me that you can find wondrous things in even the bleakest of places. I continue to study insects because of a simple truth: terrestrial life is one of the most amazing things to happen in the history of the universe. To fully appreciate that truth, you have to study biodiversity, and entomology is the best way to do so.”

– Ralph Washington, Jr., Ph.D. student, Department of Entomology and Nematology, University of California, Davis

“I hail from an urban environment but, as a child I was always fascinated with the wild places I saw through images and videos. I was drawn to science for the adventure, which only becomes more thrilling with each new project and skill I acquire. My research interests include: conservation biology, molecular ecology and genomics. My current research explores the consequences of inbreeding on differential gene expression and gene regulation in abnormal sperm production in carnivores. The mechanisms behind abnormal sperm production in wildlife are largely unexplored and are of key concern in conservation breeding to maintain endangered species.”

– Audra Huffmeyer, Ph.D. student, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department, UCLA

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