Nov 29 2011

Morse Code News for November 29, 2011

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Headlines for November 29, 2011 in morse code:

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headlines from nyt science=profiles in science | steven pinker profiles in science steven pinker human nature’s pathologist=nation’s oldest birding group serves as a collective memory=essay with chocolate at stake physicists bet on whether the higgs boson will be found=the certainty of memory has its day in court=new hope of a cure for h.i.v.=books ‘open wound’ book review doctor and patient bound together=a closer look at teeth may mean more fillings by dentists=global update home care best for child pneumonia in study=vital signs partial hysterectomies still increase early menopause risk=vital signs delay in clamping umbilical cord has benefits months later=vital signs for heart health less sodium isn’t always better=nature conservancy partners with california fishermen=nations meet to address problems of climate change=nasa’s curiosity rover sets off for mars mission=where no museum has gone before=science skin and ink=q & a is a ban on drinking water hours before surgery necessary=observatory different strokes for pregnant dolphins=observatory fishhooks show the advanced maritime skills of another age=observatory a bacterial platoon with fungi engineers=personal health vitamin b12 deficiency can cause symptoms that mimic aging=really the claim coffee can prevent some medications from working=scientist at work blog heading home from the south pacific=scientist at work blog quail sightings and breakfast companions=scientist at work blog would you could you in the rain=

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Prosigns are represented as follows:

  • ‘AR’ (di-dah-di-dah-dit) is shown as ‘+’,

  • ‘AS’ (di-dah-di-di-dit) is shown as as
  • ‘BT’ (dah-di-di-di-dah) is shown as ‘=’
  • ‘SK’ (di-di-di-dah-di-dah) is shown as sk,

  • ‘KN’ (dah-di-dah-dah-dit) is shown as kn
  • ‘CL’ (dah-di-dah-di-di-dah-di-dit) is shown as cl,

  • ‘Error’ (di-di-di-di-di-di-di-dit) is shown as error

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