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In Tangled, Grothel is obsessed with staying young, so much so she kidnapped a princess and kept her locked away in a castle. All three researchers were wanted to find out practically whether the mass media messages affect direct influence in voting decision among the people. The other 99,999 individuals may each begin a neutral or inferior branch that may continue for millions of years but will eventually stop, because the last individual on the branch fails to produce an offspring.

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