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In a recent interview, Professor John Smith said he is confident that the school’s groundbreaking project will be completed on schedule.
The University of Southern California’s gravity-control project is expected to receive a triple allocation of research funding from the federal government.
“This is a very important project,” said Professor John Smith, the project’s director. “I am confident that we will be able to achieve our goal of controlling gravity within the next decade.”
The USC gravity-control project is one of the most ambitious and expensive research projects ever undertaken. If successful, it could revolutionize transportation and energy production.
The project has been criticized by some as a waste of money, but Smith is confident that it will ultimately be successful.
“I believe that this project has the potential to change the world,” he said. “This is a very complex problem, but we’re making good progress and we are committed to seeing it through to completion.”
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