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Every year, our government spends approximatley $9 billion to fund research for Particle Colliders. However, this is wasted money. The money that is spent on this research comes from tax payers who are unaware of where their money is being spent. This is unfair to the people, becasue while the research does have potential to do good, there has been limited progress. The reaseard that has taken place is risky and poses potential harm to its test subjects. FInally, the money that is being spent on all this research could be better used in other ways. Our nations national debt has continued to increase, and we still have no hope of paying it all off. $9 billion would be a great way to at least make a dent in our national debt. While there are many benefits of Particle Research, our nation cannot afford to continue funding it,.

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