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  1. I do think it's a good idea yes, just have to...

    I do think it's a good idea yes, just have to figure out the logistics of combining the subproject data also (probably just have a table with both columns calculated separately then add rather than...
  2. subprojects are a different table so it that...

    subprojects are a different table so it that complicates..

    I'm not sure you have them all correct, for instance 99995 and 10050, in fact all of your ones like that have a 5 tolerance on the prior...
  3. Don't Expect a COVID Vaccine before the Election

    A vaccine made by Pfizer could seek emergency approval by the third week of November, but it likely won’t be available to the public until mid- to late 2021

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  4. It would make it much more difficult to make it...

    It would make it much more difficult to make it to have a range of values (tolerance) as in sql terms that would be individual between (9999 and 10001) for example

    Though I certainly see the...
  5. FWIW, doesn't seem to be much different when I do...

    FWIW, doesn't seem to be much different when I do all of them



    MariaDB [static]> select cpid,nick,count(*) as mycount from boinc_user where truncate(metric1,0) in...
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    How to Avoid COVID while Voting

    Epidemiologists offer tips for U.S. voters and poll workers to limit their chances of getting infected

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  7. Do We Live in a Simulation? Chances Are about 5050

    Gauging whether or not we dwell inside someone else’s computer may come down to advanced AI research—or measurements at the frontiers of cosmology

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  8. Why the World's Biggest Dinosaurs Keep Getting Cut Down to Size

    Debate erupts over how best to estimate the sizes of the largest creatures ever to have walked the earth

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    How to Take Racial Bias Out of Kidney Tests

    A medical student describes winning her fight to change an equation that prevented Black people from getting crucial treatment

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  10. How Straight Talk Helped One State Control COVID

    Nirav Shah directs Maine’s response, which is seeing impressive results despite risk factors

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  11. Lab-Made 'Miniproteins' Could Block the Coronavirus from Infecting Cells

    Synthetic peptides that mimic human antibodies for COVID-19 could be cheaper and easier to produce

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  12. NASA's OSIRIS-REx Seeks to Grab a Piece of Asteroid Bennu

    The spacecraft’s first attempt to gather material from the space rock’s surface could become the largest nonlunar sample return in history

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  13. Leading Scientists Urge Voters to Dump Trump

    Journals and Nobelists, usually cautious, cite unprecedented damage and incompetence in calls for a U.S. leadership change

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  14. Physician-Politicians Tout Medical Credentials in Key U.S. Congressional Races

    Amid the pandemic, candidates in tight contests in Arizona and Kansas contrast their understanding of science with opponents’ disregard

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    In Memoriam: John D. Barrow

    Remembering the maverick physicist who pioneered an “anthropic” approach to cosmology

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  16. COVID-19 Is Now the Third Leading Cause of Death in the U.S.

    It kills more people than the flu, contrary to Trump’s claims, and also surpasses stroke, Alzheimer’s and diabetes

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  17. New Tinnitus Treatment Alleviates Annoying Ringing in the Ears

    A noninvasive device designed to rewire brain circuits reduced symptoms of tinnitus in a large, exploratory clinical trial

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  18. Our Brain Is Better at Remembering Where to Find Brownies Than Cherry Tomatoes

    Humans’ spatial recall makes mental notes about the location of high-calorie foods

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  19. Nobel Prize Work Took Black Holes from Fantasy to Fact

    Over the past century, the existence of these invisible cosmic bodies has become unmistakable

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  20. Trump's COVID Case Could Be Entering a Crucial Stage

    Doctors say the president could be heading for a bad stretch in prolonged illness—or an upward path to recovery

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  21. A Running List of Record-Breaking Natural Disasters in 2020

    The year has already seen many extremes, from California’s and Colorado’s largest wildfires to a tropical cyclone boom

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  22. That may be a caching issue. The logs show it...

    That may be a caching issue.

    The logs show it occurred at the end of the script at that exact time

    <snippet >
    Start: updating time ...
    update static.mm_updated set mm_updated_time = now()...
  23. This was just to show how it could be done.

    This was just to show how it could be done.
  24. Well, good point, but the cynic in me says that...

    Well, good point, but the cynic in me says that you could also create as many other id's you like and add them to the team and skew the team numbers like that.

    Unsure, but it feels like this one...
  25. Not so sure for the reasons I have on that post....

    Not so sure for the reasons I have on that post. I could just create a new team, move all my accounts to it and not allow new users. I'd be #1 in any active project available :)
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