Scientific and Technological Advanced Research Labs is a fictional research facility and comic book organization appearing in titles published by DC Comics. It first appeared in Superman #246 and was created by Cary Bates and Rich Buckler.
The numerical value of s.t.a.r. labs in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of s.t.a.r. labs in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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Retired means to sanctuary. Labs are lots of things, but they are certainly not sanctuaries, and so it's important that the chimps come here.
The concept is really built off of learnings from Southern California Edison, they have taken so many people through their labs, it's amazing.
They are not just mom and pop labs, they are big labs, mexicans aren't going to come over and train (people) unless they are dealing in large amounts.
Like many things associated with liver transplant, it is a bit of a balancing act, as her physician I want to do everything absolutely to keep her healthy and to try to make her growth normal and her labs as good as can possibly get them. But at the same time, the worse her labs are [and] the more stunted she is as far as her growth is, the higher her score.
[We have] all of these medical metrics and labs and we have no place for them, so each individual, eventually, is going to have their own personal cloud with all of this data stored. By having it at an individual basis, that will reduce the risk of hacking. When it’s in mountains of data, of millions of people, that's the most attractive target for hacking.
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