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    Just feeling a bit burnt out right now, waiting...

    Just feeling a bit burnt out right now, waiting for inspiration.

    This hurts my brain to think about, maybe I need it written out a bit clearer
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    ah, I'd fixed it on stats6, but hadn't promoted...

    ah, I'd fixed it on stats6, but hadn't promoted to stats.

    Done that now, should work.
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    fixed

    fixed
  4. As Perseverance Approaches Mars, Scientists Debate Its Sampling Strategy

    The car-sized rover is the first step in an ambitious effort to bring pieces of the Red Planet back to Earth, but some crucial details remain undecided

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  5. How NASA Aims to Achieve Perseverance's High-Stakes Mars Landing

    The robotic rover’s touchdown is meant to be the most accurate ever attempted on the Red Planet, opening the way for future pinpoint landfalls throughout the solar system

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  6. Miniature Satellites Reveal Cause of Deadly Uttarakhand Flood That Devastated Hydroel

    The disaster draws attention to the controversial hydropower projects in the Himalayas

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    Science Songs: A Spotify Playlist

    Aerodynamics, androids and fly larvae feature in our curated collection of top indie tunes inspired by science

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  8. How Hackers Tried to Add Dangerous Lye into a City's Water Supply

    A cybersecurity expert explains how safety systems stopped the attack

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  9. Mammoth Genomes Shatter Record for Oldest DNA Sequences

    Researchers extracted DNA from fossils that are more than a million years old, illuminating the origins of the woolly mammoth and the Columbian mammoth

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  10. People Answer Scientists' Queries in Real Time While Dreaming

    Researchers demonstrate that during REM sleep, people can hear—and respond to—simple questions (What is eight minus six?)

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  11. Experts Answer the Biggest COVID Vaccine Questions

    What does “95 percent effective” mean? Should you get vaccinated if you have had COVID? Is there a best vaccine?

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  12. Massive Power Failure Could Finally Cause Texas to Connect with the Nation's Power Gr

    Energy from neighboring states could have helped Texans survive their extreme winter storm

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  13. Perseverance Has Landed! Mars Rover Begins a New Era of Exploration

    NASA’s latest mission to the Red Planet will seek out signs of ancient life, gather samples for return to Earth, and even fly a first-of-its-kind interplanetary helicopter

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  14. Evolution Could Explain Why Psychotherapy May Work for Depression

    Persistent rumination may be an attribute that lets us think our way out of despair—a process enhanced through talk therapy

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  15. Nursing Home Workers Had One of the Deadliest Jobs of 2020

    An analysis of incomplete data shows they had a death rate higher than that of loggers, and may have rivaled fishers for most perilous profession

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  16. The First 100 Days on Mars: How NASA's Perseverance Rover Will Begin Its Mission

    With the space agency’s latest rover set to touch down on February 18, here is the agenda for its initial months

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  17. Booster Shots Against Scary COVID Virus Variants Are In the Works

    Vaccine makers are designing follow-up shots, based on new mutations, to keep the disease at bay

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    Humans Are Pretty Lousy Lie Detectors

    Whenever we hear someone speak, we form an opinion about their believability. But our eyes and ears can lead us astray

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  19. Climate Change Hits Rock and Roll as Prized Guitar Wood Shortage Looms

    Flooding and a wood-boring beetle threaten supplies of storied “swamp ash”

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  20. The Pandemic Has Caused a Steep Decline in Living Standards

    A survey of more than 30,000 households in developing countries shows increased food insecurity

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  21. Antarctic Seals Vocalize in Ultrasonic--but Not for the Usual Reason

    Nearly one fifth of the underwater vocalizations produced by Antarctica’s Weddell seals occur at pitches above the limits of human hearing, according to a recent study

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  22. Is It a Planet? Astronomers Spy Promising Potential World around Alpha Centauri

    The candidate could be a “warm Neptune” or a mirage. Either way, it signals the dawn of a revolution in astronomy

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  23. How to Stop Doomscrolling News and Social Media

    “Doomscroll Reminder Lady” Karen K. Ho explains how to step away from the screen

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  24. Neandertalized 'Mini Brains' Yield Clues to Modern Human Uniqueness

    Experiments on clusters of cultured cells hint that a gene variant found only in Homo sapiens profoundly changed brain development in our species compared to our extinct relatives

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  25. White Chicago Cops Use Force More Often Than Black Officers

    New study of the city's policing also shows differences between male and female cops

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