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  1. Ships Hit Smaller Sea Animals More Often than Researchers Thought

    New research sheds light on the range of creatures killed and injured by collisions

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  2. Comet NEOWISE Could Be Spectacular: Here's How to See It

    Already visible to the naked eye, the object may soon brighten to create the greatest celestial light show in decades—or it could simply fade away

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  3. Vaccinations Have Sharply Declined Nationwide during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Rates of childhood immunization have fallen across the U.S., raising the risk of vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks​

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  4. Summer on Mars: NASA's Perseverance Rover Is One of Three Missions Ready to Launch

    A new generation of orbiters, landers and rovers will study the Red Planet as never before, setting the stage for returning pristine samples to Earth

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  5. Stingers Have Achieved Optimal Pointiness, Physicists Show

    A single equation describes the shapes of stingers, spikes and spines throughout the natural world

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  6. How Human Brains Are Different: It Has a Lot to Do with the Connections

    Different mammals demonstrate common patterns in brain connections. But our own species has a few twists of its own

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  7. Americans Increase LSD Use--and a Bleak Outlook for the World May Be to Blame

    Millennials and older adults lead the surge while Gen Z stays on the sidelines

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  8. Thread: Few stats issues

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    Few stats issues

    2 problems occurred yesterday, though I don't think they were related.

    first one was a crashed table that I did not notice for some time. This was caused as I had been building the new database...
  9. Thread: Boinc@tacc

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    There is also Minecraft@Home which came out...

    There is also Minecraft@Home which came out recently.
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    one of the tables crashed yesterday. It's...

    one of the tables crashed yesterday. It's recovered now but meant the MM's failed to update overnight. I'll try and do a one off run if I get a chance, otherwise they'll correct tonight automatically
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    They show as having run this morning and I see 2...

    They show as having run this morning and I see 2 runs occurred yesterday?? Can you show me why are you thinking they have not been reported so I can look further?
  12. Thread: New Projects

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    Sticky: mincraft stats were added earlier this week. I'll...

    mincraft stats were added earlier this week. I'll add the mlc ones today, he must have enabled them overnight
  13. Mystery Object Blurs Line between Neutron Stars and Black Holes

    Existing in the “mass gap” dividing two classes of cosmic heavyweights, the object could be the most massive neutron star, the lightest known black hole—or something stranger

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  14. Astronomers May Have Glimpsed Light from Merging Black Holes

    If confirmed, the controversial result could open new vistas on cosmic collisions

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  15. The Dentist Will See You Now: But Will You See the Dentist?

    Dental practices are taking measures to keep patients safe. Some people are wary, however

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  16. 'Hybrid' Quantum Networking Demonstrated for First Time

    By exploiting the wave-and-particle-like nature of light, a new technique offers the best of both worlds

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  17. Tiny Gravitational-Wave Detector Could Search Anywhere in the Sky

    A much smaller and more reproducible version of LIGO could transform gravitational-wave astronomy

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  18. Hospitals Experiment with COVID-19 Treatments, Balancing Hope and Evidence

    With little data on what works and what doesn’t, doctors trade tips and argue about risks

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  19. Misplaced Analogies: COVID-19 Is More like a Wildfire Than a Wave

    Epidemiologist Sarah Cobey describes the massive epidemic as burning through the population

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  20. To Spot Future Coronavirus Flare-Ups, Search the Sewers

    Wastewater-based epidemiology can test large groups of people and help better allocate scarce resources

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    How to Protect Yourself during Protests

    Demonstrators face tear gas, flash bangs, coronavirus and surveillance

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  22. Electrified Fabric Could Zap the Coronavirus on Masks and Clothing

    New materials and coatings could make fabric inactivate or repel viral particles

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  23. How Long Do Neutrons Live? Space Probe Could Put Debate to Rest

    Scientists used Venus to measure neutrons’ lifetime, offering hope for an answer to a decades-old mystery

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  24. China Reaches New Milestone in Space-Based Quantum Communications

    The nation’s Micius satellite successfully established an ultrasecure link between two ground stations separated by more than 1,000 kilometers

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  25. Black Astronomers Highlight Achievements and Obstacles

    One of the forces behind #BlackInAstro week shares her optimism for the future

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