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which retains its pre-war architecture (the city was not destroyed during WWII,C. to hash out the ethics and discuss the underlying science of the proposed exhibit Shipwrecked: Tang Treasures and Monsoon Winds originally slated for 2012 At the meeting one archaeologist noted that the company that owns the Singapore museum where the exhibit was premiered is currently under investigation for alleged criminal activities But others say that the Singapore museum has little to do with the exhibit itself The Smithsonian has already designed the exhibit and co-published the catalogue and is expected to decide whether to display the artifacts by late May The exhibit is based on thousands of silver gold and ceramic artifacts salvaged from a ship that sank off the Indonesian coast in the 9th century CE The salvage company a privately-held German corporation sold the artifacts to a second firm owned by the Singapore government for a reported $32 million Critics charge that the company failed to meet professional excavation standards and then commercialized cultural heritage by selling the artifacts going against the ethical guidelines set by many archaeological organizations Four of these organizations now oppose the exhibit and are asking for the Smithsonian to scuttle it "This wasn’t about archaeology" says Joe Watkins chair of the ethics committee at the Society for American Archaeology "It was about some pretty material that was derived under some unprofessional standards" At the meeting a Smithsonian archaeologist raised a different question about the exhibit: It was premiered at the ArtScience Museum which is owned by the Las Vegas Sands Corp, the Las Vegas-based company opened a major resort in Singapore,Chhattisgarhi and English.a team at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York says that this may be harmful as CT scans expose the internal organs of men with obesity to around 62 per cent more radiation on average than the organs of men of healthy weight. The gas can be stored and used to run the reactor at night or on cloudy days. The design uses a foot pump that helps recycle water, aeruginosa bacteria with pyocin, after almost two decades Top News US space agency NASA has completed the construction of the world’s largest space telescope,the new liver is then regrown using stem cells from the patient.

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