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 Jason Lohn - “This is the first time an artificially evolved object will have flown in space.”
 Bob Lohn - “This is the first time we have taken such an extensive approach to protecting offshore habitat. Over the long run, we expect that not only will we have a healthier ocean but that the fishing will get better as well.”
 Jason Lohn - “We told the computer program what performance the antenna should have, and the computer simulated evolution, keeping the best antenna designs that approached what we asked for. Eventually, it zeroed in on something that met the desired specifications for the mission.”
 Jason Lohn - “The AI software examined millions of potential antenna designs before settling on a final one. Through a process patterned after Darwin's 'survival of the fittest,' the strongest designs survive and the less capable do not.”
 Bob Lohn - “It strikes a careful balance between ensuring there will be enough salmon for healthy runs in the future, while ensuring there will be as many opportunities as possible for fishermen to harvest other healthier stocks.”
 Bob Lohn - “While these animals are in trouble, there is not sufficient justification to list the Puget Sound population under the ESA.”
 Bob Lohn - “Recent information and further analysis leads our agency to conclude that the Southern Resident killer whale population is at risk of extinction, and should be listed as endangered. By giving it protection under the ESA, we have a better chance of keeping this population alive for future generations.”
 Bob Lohn - “I applaud the hard work of local agriculture, forestry, state, tribal and other federal partners to develop a solid plan for recovery. This is an encouraging example of the diverse interests that can come together to improve conditions for salmon in the Pacific Northwest.”
 Bob Lohn - “I applaud the hard work of local agriculture, forestry, state, tribal and other federal partners to develop a solid plan for recovery.”
 Bob Lohn - “This administration remains solidly committed to recovering Pacific salmon, and I am pleased to join the State of Oregon and local stakeholders in celebrating this important milestone. I applaud the hard work of local agriculture, forestry, state, tribal and other federal partners to develop a solid plan for recovery. This is an encouraging example of the diverse interests that can come together to improve conditions for salmon in the Pacific Northwest.”