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  1. Thread: Bug reporting...

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    Ah, it's not in the rewrite rules. Fixed, though...

    Ah, it's not in the rewrite rules. Fixed, though that page needs converting to datatables, hence it's css and formatting is all off. I've made a note.


    That column should not be visible. Switched...
  2. Thread: Bug reporting...

    by Bok
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    Ah, it's not in the rewrite rules. Fixed, though...

    Ah, it's not in the rewrite rules. Fixed, though that page needs converting to datatables, hence it's css and formatting is all off. I've made a note.


    That column should not be visible. Switched...
  3. Thread: Bug reporting...

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    I intend to look at all the charts at some point....

    I intend to look at all the charts at some point. I didn't actually code these so when I took a quick look yesterday it was a struggle to figure out what was going on. I may go back to the older...
  4. Thread: Bug reporting...

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    hmm, it does a check to see how many teams there...

    hmm, it does a check to see how many teams there are before deciding whether to do serverside processing (only on certain rows where there are indexes) or pull everything in and allow local sorting...
  5. Thread: Bug reporting...

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    hmm, it does a check to see how many teams there...

    hmm, it does a check to see how many teams there are before deciding whether to do serverside processing (only on certain rows where there are indexes) or pull everything in and allow local sorting...
  6. NASA Image Patches of Snow on the Red Planet

    In early Martian summer, at the time NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter acquired this image, the dunes are almost free of their seasonal ice cover.

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  7. First Woman Air and Space Museum Director Talks about Inspiring the Next Generation

    Ellen Stofan, head of the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, told us about the power of museums to attract young scientists and combat attacks on science

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  8. Daydreaming May Help You Become More Socially Adept

    New research explains why relationships take up so much of our mental energy

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  9. Sewage Is Helping Cities Flush Out the Opioid Crisis

    Poop studies are helping communities make intervention decisions

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  10. How Perceptive Are You? Not Everyone Is the Same

    The ability to quickly tally a number of items can predict performance on other visual tasks

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  11. A Conversation with Thomas Hertog, One of Stephen Hawking's Final Collaborators

    The theoretical physicist talks with Scientific American about the far-reaching implications of his final collaboration with his late friend and mentor

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  12. Superslow Brain Waves May Play a Critical Role in Consciousness

    Signals long thought to be “noise” appear to represent a distinct form of brain activity

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  13. Leading Science Museum Turns the Page on a Prominent #MeToo Case

    More than three years after a high-profile male anthropologist at the American Museum of Natural History was accused of sexual misconduct, a respected female anthropologist will replace him

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  14. A Warming Climate May Produce More Drug-Resistant Infections

    Hotter temperatures can lead to increased growth and genetic mutations

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  15. New Thalidomide-Like Therapy Hijacks Cells' Trash-Disposal System

    Cancer treatment using the notorious drug may hold promise for other diseases like Alzheimer’s

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  16. The Placenta Is Now a Suspect in Heightening Schizophrenia Risk

    Genes and pregnancy problems combine to increase significantly the likelihood of developing schizophrenia

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  17. Where Will the Ad versus Ad Blocker Arms Race End?

    Advertisers and software developers have been trying to outdo one another for years. Is it time for a truce?

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  18. Thanksgiving Dinner Can End Sooner If Guests Pass the Gravy across a Partisan Divide

    A new study shows election politics pushed Americans to cut family festivities short in 2016

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  19. How to Convert Your Wall into a Giant Touch Screen

    Smart walls could track people’s gestures or monitor appliances

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    There's an "Inverse Piano" in Your Head

    A Kavli Prize–winning scientist details the magic of transforming vibrations into sound in the inner ear

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  21. Gravitational Waves Reveal the Heart of Neutron Stars

    Scientists are mapping the extreme interiors of exotic stars with unprecedented clarity, and setting new boundaries on the births of black holes

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  22. Astronomers Spot Potential "Interstellar" Asteroid Orbiting Backward around the Sun

    The three-kilometer-wide object is near Jupiter; future spacecraft could visit if its status is confirmed

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  23. A Matter of Taste: Can a Sweet Tooth Be Switched Off in the Brain?

    A study describes the complex brain circuitry that lets us identify, savor (or recoil from) a taste

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    Mystery of Earth's Missing Nitrogen Solved

    Scientists have discovered a previously unknown environmental source of the element

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  25. How Close Are We--Really--to Building a Quantum Computer?

    Intel’s head of quantum computing talks about the challenges of developing algorithms, software programs and other necessities for a technology that doesn’t yet exist

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