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WASHINGTON — The White House still doesn’t have a top science adviser, but it has a science fair in the works.

A White House official said Friday that the science fair, an annual tradition started by former President Barack Obama in 2010, will continue under President Trump. No date has been finalized.

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  • They’ll be holding this at the Creation Museum in Williamstown, KY. In the event of rapid sea level rise prior to the event, admission to the Ark will be free to heterosexual couples.

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