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  1. Earthquake Sounds Could Reveal How Quickly the Ocean Is Warming

    A new way of measuring the temperature of the seas could fill in gaps left by limited direct monitoring

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  2. Can an Algorithm Help Solve Political Paralysis?

    As faith in government hits historic lows, organizers in the U.K. are trying a new math-based approach to democracy. Would it work in the bitterly divided U.S?

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  3. Population Density Does Not Doom Cities to Pandemic Dangers

    Crowding, connections among communities and other factors seem to better explain infection and mortality rates

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    Global Biodiversity Is in Free Fall

    A U.N. report reveals that countries worldwide have failed to meet key conservation targets set for 2020

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  5. How New Mexico Controlled the Spread of COVID-19

    The state went after the disease with widespread testing and science-based targets. Now it is in better shape than its neighbors

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  6. For Math Fans: A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Number 42

    Here is how a perfectly ordinary number captured the interest of sci-fi enthusiasts, geeks and mathematicians

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  7. 3-D Printing inside the Body Could Patch Stomach Ulcers

    In vivo bioprinting might also help repair hernias and treat infertility

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    Fruit Flies Plug into the Matrix

    A new budget-friendly virtual-reality system helps researchers study the brains of small animals

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  9. Identical Quantum Particles Pass Practicality Test

    A new study proves that far from being mere mathematical artifacts, particles that are indistinguishable from one another can be a potent resource in real-world experiments

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  10. Is There Life on Venus? These Missions Could Find It

    Following a tantalizing discovery, these spacecraft could be headed to Earth’s twisted twin in search of the truth

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  11. COVID-19 Testing Lab Shows How Colleges Can Reopen Safely

    More than 100 colleges in the Northeast have partnered with the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard to test their students and staff

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  12. Powerful New Observatory Will Taste Neutrinos' Flavors

    The Chinese JUNO experiment will aim to answer a mystery about the particles’ mass

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  13. Venus Might Host Life, New Discovery Suggests

    The unexpected atmospheric detection of phosphine, a smelly gas made by microbes on Earth, could spark a revolution in astrobiology

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  14. Bird Brains Are Far More Humanlike Than Once Thought

    The avian cortex had been hiding in plain sight all along. Humans were just too birdbrained to see it

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  15. Photos Show Massive Wildfires Devastating Oregon and California

    Record-setting blazes fueled in part by climate change have destroyed homes and upended live across the West

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  16. First U.S. Small Nuclear Reactor Design Is Approved

    Concerns about costs and safety remain, however

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  17. Mountain Peaks Seem to Shape Personality Traits in the American West

    Topography may contribute to the formation of regional temperament

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  18. Mail-Sorting Machines Are Crucial for the U.S. Postal Service

    An expert explains how automation enables quick deliveries—which will include ballots for November’s election

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  19. SpaceX's Dark Satellites Are Still Too Bright for Astronomers

    The company’s attempts to dim the spacecraft in its megaconstellation fall short of eliminating disruptions to the world’s ground-based observatories

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  20. Why Trump-Favoring Voters Ignored a Deadly Hurricane Warning

    Rush Limbaugh and other conservative pundits’ “hurricane skepticism” in 2017 may have influenced individuals’ decision to pack up the car or shelter in place

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  21. Emotional Labor Is a Store Clerk Confronting a Maskless Customer

    The preeminent sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild discusses the control over one’s feelings needed to go to work every day during a pandemic

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  22. Blood and Silicon: New Electronics-Cooling System Mimics Human Capillaries

    Microchannels strategically carved in chips could help meet demand for ever-smaller devices and cut energy use

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    yeah, I just add whatever is in the export files....

    yeah, I just add whatever is in the export files. It'll show once you check that box over at quchempedia and the next export is done.
  24. done

    done
  25. I've put it on usersubprojects too.

    I've put it on usersubprojects too.
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