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Hank hits you with a ton of news this time - Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has plans to retrieve Saturn V rocket engines from the bottom of the Atlantic; new research on the impacts from the Deep Water Horizon oil spill to life in the Gulf of Mexico; some indications that humanity has affected even "natural" disasters like earthquakes; findings of radioactive iodine off the coast of southern California; and some possible insights into the cause of colony collapse disorder, which is devastating the nation's honey bee population.

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