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4.3 stars from 8 ratings
after about twenty or so minutes of stuttering and "ums" and "ahs" (extremely distracting), a student asked a question about how embryonic stem cells knew how to divide, and the teacher spent like ten minutes answering her with the same exact generalization about how they just divide. He really...Read full review »
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