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    It's certainly possible to do this, only problem...

    It's certainly possible to do this, only problem is that for anything team related it's easily cheated by creating your own team and excluding any others...

    btw, you don't crack the top50


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  2. I did some more thinking on the #needed for...

    I did some more thinking on the #needed for maxwell. I do have some intermediate tables I use in the calculation. Please take a look at your userbycpid page on stats6 and see if I'm on the right...
  3. 1. the sql was limited to 500 rows. I've upped...

    1. the sql was limited to 500 rows. I've upped that to 2000 right now, anything more I need to write a 'serverside' version of the code for that page which only gets the rows requested.

    2. Looks...
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    Missed this earlier. I've fixed the width of the...

    Missed this earlier. I've fixed the width of the banner. Will look into fixing this page to be the new format also.
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    I'm just not seeing any error. I checked through...

    I'm just not seeing any error. I checked through the top50 users on collatz on both servers and they have identical scores.
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    An Exomoon Eludes Astronomers—for Now

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