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    Disabled Astronauts Blaze New Space Trails

    Efforts are underway to make space missions more accessible

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  2. Many Doctors are Switching to Concierge Medicine, Exacerbating Physician Shortages

    Practices that charge sometimes hefty membership fees promise more personalized care. But the high costs and low patient volumes may limit access for everyone

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  3. Will Giving COVID Booster Shots Make It Harder to Vaccinate the Rest of the World?

    Wealthy countries have bought up most of the available vaccine doses for booster shots but still have far more than they need

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  4. How Airborne Microplastics Affect Climate Change

    Like other aerosols, these tiny particles scatter and absorb sunlight, influencing Earth’s temperature

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  5. Disturbing Answers to the Mystery of Tuskless Female Elephants

    Poaching brings evolutionary pressure for tusklessness

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  6. This Simple Experiment Could Challenge Standard Quantum Theory

    Measuring the time it takes particles to travel between two points may offer the best-yet test for Bohmian mechanics

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  7. Largest Known Undersea Volcanic Eruption Explains Odd Seismic Waves*

    Researchers tie the event to “swarm quakes” off the French island of Mayotte

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    Cigarette Smoke Kills Eye Cells

    A new study reveals how tobacco from traditional or noncombusted cigarettes kills corneal cells

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  9. Gnarly, Centuries-Old Mathematical Quandaries Get New Solutions

    A set of puzzles called Diophantine problems are often simple to state but hard to solve—though progress could have big implications for the future of mathematics

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  10. Risk of Dangerous Heat Exposure Is Growing Quickly in Cities

    Population growth, climate change and the urban heat island effect are combining to put more people at risk

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  11. Gut Bacteria Change as You Get Older--and May Accelerate Aging

    Microbe types in older people’s intestines are different and are linked to disease

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  12. Who Needs a COVID Booster Shot? Experts Answer Common Questions

    Now that the FDA has authorized the shots for a broad range of Americans, many people want to know if they need a booster dose. Here’s what we have learned so far

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  13. Thread: Clanks

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    I'm not seeing this difference. I checked out...

    I'm not seeing this difference. I checked out both databases and all seems ok, and you GFN-1x Small Primes score of 1005388 is identical on both databases.

    What am I missing here ?
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    Those are only updated once per day, I think you...

    Those are only updated once per day, I think you just needed to wait a while longer as it probably passed the 1M mark after the MM data was updated.

    I ran that one manually and it's now updated to...
  15. Assessing COVID Risk and More with Air Quality Monitors

    The consumer devices track pollutants as well as CO2—a proxy for potentially virus-laden human breath

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  16. FAST, the World's Largest Radio Telescope, Zooms in on a Furious Cosmic Source

    China’s Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope has detected more than 1,600 fast radio bursts from a single enigmatic system

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  17. The Smartest Way to Use Rapid At-Home COVID Tests

    The self-administered tests are sold over the counter, holding out the promise of safer gatherings. But interpreting results requires savvy

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  18. New Universal Force Tested by Blasting Neutrons through Crystal

    A recent experiment has placed the best-yet limits on the strength of a long-sought fifth fundamental force

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  19. 'Auroral' Exoplanets Could Help Boost Searches for Alien Life

    Four candidate worlds found via flashes of radio emission may be the first of many revealed by a new planet-hunting technique

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  20. Mammoths Roamed when Humans Started Using Tobacco at Least 12,300 Years Ago

    A dig in the Nevada desert finds telltale seeds at the site of a late Paleolithic hearth

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  21. Pandemic Year 1 Saw a Dramatic Global Rise in Anxiety and Depression

    2020 in hindsight witnessed a disproportionate mental health burden on women and young people

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  22. 2021 Medicine Nobel Prize Winner Explains the Importance of Sensing Touch

    Ardem Patapoutian shared the physiology or medicine prize for work on mechanisms crucial to everything from bladder control to knowing where our limbs are

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  23. NASA's Perseverance Rover Finds Signs of Epic Ancient Floods on Mars

    New results from the mission reveal that its landing site of Jezero Crater has a surprisingly dynamic and complex hydrologic history

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  24. Why the Physics Nobel Honored Climate Science and Complex Systems

    The prestigious award finally recognizes work that helped scientists understand climate change and, more broadly, find order in disorder

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  25. Physics Nobel Honors Breakthroughs in Understanding Climate and Other Complex Systems

    Half the award goes to Giorgio Parisi for his studies of disorder and chaos. The remainder is shared between Syukuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann for modeling global warming and climate variability
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