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In this issue:  Baseball and performance-enhancing drugs,
and squid skin used to create coating that could make people
and vehicles invisible to infrared cameras.

Sports Central asks the question:  What if Major League
Baseball's summer crusade against performance-enhancing
drugs is a colossal mistake?
Not only did ESPN uncover the fact that Gio Gonzalez never
received a single actual or alleged performance-enhancing
substance from Biogenesis, but Gonzalez passed a drug test
shortly after the scandal broke in the first place,
according to Sports Central.

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Using a protein from color-changing squids, US scientists
have created a coating that reflects infrared and lets
objects mimic the infrared signature of their surroundings,
according to Chemistry World.