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The Scholars at Argonne National Laboratory vSCIENCE continued from page 12 “He talked about it as a structural failure. When the tower was built, part of it was on solid rock and part of it was on bad sandy soil. So part of it is sitting on a nice part while the rest is slowly sinking,” she said. “Just recently, they had to build a support under the tower because it was leaning far enough over that they thought it was going to fall.” In addition, the students visited a virtual reality lab that gave them a simulation of the Ice Cube Lab at the South Pole. “We’re looking at the neutrinos interacting with the ice. They built a lab something like a mile down into the ice, where we have some of the clearest ice on the planet,” she said. “I have read where, if ice melts from the ice caps, the ocean level could rise and a lot of our coastal areas would be under water.” While in Chicago, they toured the Fermi Lab and the Argonne National Laboratory. The Fermi Lab works with the long-phase neutrino that shoots a beam from Fermi to the Sanford Lab in South Dakota. Allergy Attack? Fight Back. Talk to us today about an easy, convenient and noninvasive method for treating allergies. vSCIENCE continued on page 29 David J. Abbott, M.D. Micah M. Likness, M.D. Board Certified Otolaryngologist We would love to hear about who and what inspires you. Know someone that should be featured in hervoice? Submit to: hervoiceonline.com Board Certified Otolaryngologist Jackie Logue, MSN, FNP-C, RN Needle Free Testing and Treatments We’re H“ear” For You! EAR, NOSE & THROAT ASSOCIATES, P.C. 2525 Fox Run Parkway, Suite 101, Yankton 605-665-0062 • 1-866-665-0062 www.entyankton.com HERVOICEvSEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018v13

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