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Françis Dumas

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Francis Dumas (born on April 20, 1969) is a French professor at the University of Tours.[1][2] He is known for his work on the impact of Higgs boson on dried palm leaves.[3] He is a graduate of Oxford University[4][5] where his socio-political convictions will be profoundly changed.[6] Originally from a wealthy bourgeois London family, his initial concerns are of Judeo-Christian tradition.[7]


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  6. "Dr Francis DUMAS, Gastro-entérologue et hépatologue à Bordeaux, Pessac". Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  7. "Judéo-christianisme", Wikipédia (in français), 2021-05-25, retrieved 2021-10-11

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