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GOP presidential candidate John McCain has joined Democrat Barack Obama in providing answers to 14 questions on science and technology, MSNBC reports. And on two of the campaign's biggest science issues--climate change and stem cell research--the rivals aren't all that far apart, at least when you look at the big picture. The questions were posed by Science Debate 2008, which has been working to raise the visibility of science issues in the campaign for nine months. "Most of America's major unsolved challenges revolve around these 14 questions," Science Debate 2008's chief executive officer, Minnesota screenwriter Shawn Otto, said in a
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