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  1. Thread: Bug reporting...

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    ah. missing entry in my rewrite rules. Should be...

    ah. missing entry in my rewrite rules. Should be fixed.

    Though I need to convert that page to the new format
  2. Future Gravitational-Wave Detectors Could Find Exoplanets, Too

    Although meant to study merging supermassive black holes, the European Space Agency’s LISA mission might also discover hundreds of worlds around white dwarf stars

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  3. Utility-Scale Energy Storage Will Enable a Renewable Grid

    A roadblock to sustainable energy solutions is coming unstuck

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/ScientificAmerican-News?i=zoqZRTVLzXc:Vl8vbRbPONI:V_sGLiPBpWU...
  4. Massive Forest Restoration Could Greatly Slow Global Warming

    The right trees, planted in the right locations, could store 205 gigatons of carbon dioxide

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...
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    Quirky Quantum Tunneling Observed

    A new study finds observational evidence of Klein tunneling, a strange phenomenon that enables particles to pass through even the toughest barriers

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    DNA Data Storage Is Closer Than You Think

    Life’s information-storage system is being adapted to handle massive amounts of information

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  7. Science and Sustainability May Clash on the Moon

    Lunar ice could be a crucial resource for future explorers. It could also be an astrobiological treasure trove. Can it be used as both?

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  8. What to Expect from India's Second Moon Mission

    The Chandrayaan-2 orbiter, lander and rover will seek out water ice and other potentially valuable resources near the lunar south pole

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...
  9. Humans Fold: AI Conquers Poker's Final Milestone

    A new program outperforms professionals in six-player games. Could business, political or military applications come next?

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    A New Twist on Artificial Muscles

    Several designs could find uses in tiny robots and biomedical devices

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    Safer Nuclear Reactors Are on the Way

    Resilient fuels and innovative reactors could enable a resurgence of nuclear power

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  12. Viking History Is Melting Away in Greenland

    Climate change is already rotting archaeological sites in the Arctic, and Norse Viking-era settlements are at high risk

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...
  13. Tiny Lenses Will Enable Design of Miniature Optical Devices

    Thin, flat metalenses could replace bulky glass for manipulating light

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  14. The Space Station May Soon Smell like Fresh-Baked Cookies

    Astronauts plan to test an oven designed to work in microgravity—and boost morale

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  15. Advanced Food Tracking and Packaging Will Save Lives and Cut Waste

    A combination of two technologies could vastly improve food safety

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  16. A Special Class of Proteins Offers Promising Targets for Drugs for Cancer and Alzheim

    New possibilities for treating cancer and other ills

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    Social Robots Play Nicely with Others

    Droid friends and assistants are penetrating deeper into our lives

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  18. Collaborative Telepresence Could Render Distance (Relatively) Meaningless

    Soon participants in virtual gatherings will feel like they are physically together

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  19. New Method for Tackling Stroke Restrains an Overactive Immune System

    Shutting down an inflammatory molecule could potentially provide treatment days after onset

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  20. Smarter Fertilizers Can Reduce Environmental Contamination

    New formulations deliver nourishment on demand

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/ScientificAmerican-News?i=0vQACkCkkZU:PU4d1oVtzXM:V_sGLiPBpWU...
  21. Worm Wiring Diagram May Help Us Understand Our Own Nervous System

    Genes in the humble C. elegans also turn up in autism, schizophrenia and other human disorders

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  22. Thread: Missing Badges

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    arrrghhhh. I stopped the downloads while I was...

    arrrghhhh. I stopped the downloads while I was investigating and forgot to switch them back on. They should start catching up now but will show a spike for today unfortunately as they will include...
  23. Thread: Missing Badges

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    Changed the url for CPDN, let's see what that...

    Changed the url for CPDN, let's see what that brings next time it updates.
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    How to Debate a Science Denier

    A new finding shows that marshaling facts and identifying an opponent’s rhetorical techniques are effective at dampening a skeptic’s message

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  25. What's So Funny? The Science of Why We Laugh

    Psychologists, neuroscientists and philosophers are trying to understand humor

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