Hank loves science because it helps us appreciate the world more, but not everything that science does makes him happy - reports of poison fog on the West coast of the United States; dramatic decreases in sperm counts; and a lack of organic molecules found in the soil on Mars (despite misleading hints reported last week) have Hank feeling a little bit Grumpy Cat.
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