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Burning fossil fuels to produce things like steel and cement emits more carbon dioxide than all the cars in the wor… t.co/1FACYtyuZh

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Thousands of ships in Shanghai, the world's busiest port, are falling victim to a mysterious new weapon that is abl… t.co/G43CzPrLHW

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Tuesday's "10 For Today" (#104T): 5⃣ Outside the wire (@chrishdeee @verge) 6⃣ Why the Hubble is unlike any other s… t.co/Oy70cmuJQX

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@NPR @SarahCannonDocs *For now, the biotechs don’t want to talk about the costs. Samarth Kulkarni, CEO of CRISPR Th… t.co/0kgawGcsDS

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@NPR @SarahCannonDocs *Both patients did suffer some serious side effects, because their immune systems needed to b… t.co/eBVT3fVu8d

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According to @NPR, the sickle-cell patient no longer suffers from pain attacks. “This preliminary data shows for t… t.co/5rC4itdSuU

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The beta thalassemia patient, for instance, who lives in Europe, used to receive about 16 blood transfusions a year… t.co/J6E640Mc2n

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A pair of biotech companies that say they’ve eliminated painful symptoms from two patients with blood diseases. t.co/yPkdYkda37

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The era of editing human genes to treat inherited disease has arrived. t.co/SwIf1xMZiC

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Why the Hubble is unlike any other satellite in history t.co/zSMOuzHIsS

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Facebook estimates that about 5% of its 2.45 billion user accounts are fake. t.co/eQRcYx6ITe

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Thousands of ships in Shanghai, the world's busiest port, are falling victim to a mysterious new weapon that is abl… t.co/u6OAbZooPV

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Calculating the classic three-body problem required enormous computational resources—until now. t.co/l4GtfMUsGb

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Just as Feynman diagrams changed the way physicists think about particle physics, these researchers claim their gra… t.co/480rythFYU

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TikTok could loom large in the 2020 elections. Case in point: "Mayo Pete." t.co/NSTBZjOhaB

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“They’re all doing it: Russia, China, Iran … They’re all fighting these things called shadow wars, and they’re very… t.co/cPgxrIUqhI

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Billions of dollars’ worth of research on artificial explosive detectors have yet to produce anything better than a… t.co/HLeIx61X4w

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Researchers want to use bacteria to create a biological version of the internet of things. t.co/5fYb6BB4vC

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Quantum biology FTW. t.co/72IVhOabbS

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Burning fossil fuels to produce things like steel and cement emits more carbon dioxide than all the cars in the wor… t.co/1FACYtyuZh

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Thousands of ships in Shanghai, the world's busiest port, are falling victim to a mysterious new weapon that is abl… t.co/G43CzPrLHW

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Tuesday's "10 For Today" (#104T): 5⃣ Outside the wire (@chrishdeee @verge) 6⃣ Why the Hubble is unlike any other s… t.co/Oy70cmuJQX

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@NPR @SarahCannonDocs *For now, the biotechs don’t want to talk about the costs. Samarth Kulkarni, CEO of CRISPR Th… t.co/0kgawGcsDS

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@NPR @SarahCannonDocs *Both patients did suffer some serious side effects, because their immune systems needed to b… t.co/eBVT3fVu8d

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According to @NPR, the sickle-cell patient no longer suffers from pain attacks. “This preliminary data shows for t… t.co/5rC4itdSuU

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The beta thalassemia patient, for instance, who lives in Europe, used to receive about 16 blood transfusions a year… t.co/J6E640Mc2n

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A pair of biotech companies that say they’ve eliminated painful symptoms from two patients with blood diseases. t.co/yPkdYkda37

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The era of editing human genes to treat inherited disease has arrived. t.co/SwIf1xMZiC

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Why the Hubble is unlike any other satellite in history t.co/zSMOuzHIsS

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Facebook estimates that about 5% of its 2.45 billion user accounts are fake. t.co/eQRcYx6ITe

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Thousands of ships in Shanghai, the world's busiest port, are falling victim to a mysterious new weapon that is abl… t.co/u6OAbZooPV

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Calculating the classic three-body problem required enormous computational resources—until now. t.co/l4GtfMUsGb

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Just as Feynman diagrams changed the way physicists think about particle physics, these researchers claim their gra… t.co/480rythFYU

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TikTok could loom large in the 2020 elections. Case in point: "Mayo Pete." t.co/NSTBZjOhaB

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“They’re all doing it: Russia, China, Iran … They’re all fighting these things called shadow wars, and they’re very… t.co/cPgxrIUqhI

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Billions of dollars’ worth of research on artificial explosive detectors have yet to produce anything better than a… t.co/HLeIx61X4w

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Researchers want to use bacteria to create a biological version of the internet of things. t.co/5fYb6BB4vC

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Quantum biology FTW. t.co/72IVhOabbS