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I urgently need an injunction against a 3-word lie to define

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Hi, I urgently need an injunction against a 3-word lie to define amino acids. University students are being denied the prefixes that are part of amino-acid names, for 15 years now, in order to hide all except protein amino acids. And those are amides. ***** *****, engineer, surgeon and author, Biosystems: Looking-glass Biology and the Duality of Man (Duality has to do with expressible integrated genomes having signals that are hidden from my readers -- I correct all 4 theories in the neo-Darwinian Synthesis -- and the scientific community would rather destroy the future of these students and their future than to lose face with our government that provides their grant money. Free speech doesn't apply when students' education in considered. A recent district court decision. Please help if you can. Sincerely, ***** *****, M.D., BSEE***@******.***; phone 702-***-***-****
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Education Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 1 year ago.

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