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  1. Thread: MM's (Test)

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    Not sure, why I've never done those. Added them....

    Not sure, why I've never done those. Added them.

    Maxwells and Mirb's will be recalculated overnight for them.
  2. Thread: MM's (Test)

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    oops, forgot to copy over the updated rewrite...

    oops, forgot to copy over the updated rewrite rules to stats from stats6.

    Should work now if you refresh
  3. Paris Climate Agreement Architects Make a Case for "Stubborn Optimism"

    It is possible for the world to cut emissions enough to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. But tenacious belief will be needed to achieve that goal

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...
  4. Will String Theory Finally Be Put to the Experimental Test?

    Physicists have found a way the theory might limit the cosmic inflation that is thought to have expanded the early universe

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  5. Lessons from Past Outbreaks Could Help Fight the Coronavirus Pandemic

    The 1918 influenza pandemic and 2002–2003 SARS outbreak suggest social distancing measures, communication and international cooperation are the most effective methods to slow COVID-19

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  6. Larry Brilliant Helped to Eradicate Smallpox--and He Has Advice for COVID-19

    The doctor’s firsthand experience with epidemics gives him a unique view of our current health crisis

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  7. How to Triage Patients Who Need Intensive Care

    A new computer model analyzes when to admit people to intensive care units—and when to move them out—which could help doctors handle the coronavirus surge

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  8. Blood Ties: Vampire Bats Build Trust to Become Food-Sharing Pals

    New research examines how the animals begin close, blood-sharing partnerships

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...
  9. Carbon Conundrum: Experiment Aims to Re-create Synthesis of Key Element

    An Ohio particle accelerator will test an alternative idea of how the universe’s carbon came to be

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  10. Near Real-Time Studies Look for Behavioral Measures Vital to Stopping Coronavirus

    The goal is to identify the best means of encouraging individuals to change the way they live. Young people may need more convincing

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  11. Amino Acid Rock Music Helps Build New Proteins

    Some scientists teach computers to “see” proteins. Markus Buehler is teaching them to hear the compounds instead

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  12. Ultrasonic Attack Device Hacks Phones through Solid Objects

    Hackers could trick voice assistants to make calls or compromise texts

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  13. Thread: Oh! Come On!

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    It's more about the amount of data it generates...

    It's more about the amount of data it generates and time taken than anything else.

    I've changed clanks and sclanks and ran those though.

    I can do others on a case by case.
  14. Smoking or Vaping May Increase the Risk of a Severe Coronavirus Infection

    Though few studies have investigated the connection specifically, cigarette smoke and vaping aerosol are linked to lung inflammation and lowered immune function

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  15. Could Our Energy Come from Giant Seaweed Farms in the Ocean?

    A U.S. agency is funding projects to help create a bioenergy industry based on macroalgae

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  16. Thread: Oh! Come On!

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    Your wish is granted. Lowered to 0 for 5M and...

    Your wish is granted. Lowered to 0 for 5M and above mm's. Ran the 25M one, the rest will go tonight.
  17. Constant Shifts between Mental States Mark a Signature of Consciousness

    Both of two essential brain networks that switch roles—one is on when the other is off—shut down in unresponsive individuals

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  18. How China's "Bat Woman" Hunted Down Viruses from SARS to the New Coronavirus

    Wuhan-based virologist Shi Zhengli has identified dozens of deadly SARS-like viruses in bat caves, and she warns there are more out there

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    Smallest Known Dinosaur Found in Amber

    A bird skull from Myanmar hints at a lost world of tiny fossils that are waiting to be unearthed

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  20. Coronavirus Poses Unique Threat to U.S. Homeless Population

    Seattle’s outbreak shows the challenges unhoused communities could face throughout the U.S.

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    How the Coronavirus Is Hampering Science

    Research meetings are being canceled left and right over epidemic fears, slowing the work of scientists—especially those who are early in their career

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  22. Apollo Rock Samples Heat Up Moon Formation Debate

    A new study suggests there are key differences between the compositions of Earth and its natural satellite, with significant implications for lunar history

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    Good spot !! Unfortunately it's a data fault. I...

    Good spot !! Unfortunately it's a data fault. I accidentally ran steraboks a while ago as 'sterabok' and they are still in the database. Deleted out and the data will self correct overnight :)
  24. Three Fourths of Dogs Are Angst-Ridden--and Owners May Be Partly to Blame

    Overly cautious humans and genetics may contribute to behavior problems in a survey of 13,700 Finnish animals

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  25. Arctic Exploitation May Harm Animals Large and Small

    As the region warms, ignorance about creatures ranging from plankton to whales leaves them vulnerable to human activities

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