Jan 10 2012

Morse Code News for January 10, 2012

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Headlines for January 10, 2012 in morse code:

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headlines from nyt science=a push for historic preservation on the moon=tackling the riddle of putting a zebra in your tank=archaeologists use modern tools to reconstruct ancient life=pasta inspires scientists to use their noodle=m.i.t. physicist gives scientists an online interview outlet=in borneo a safe place for orangutans=when injuries to the brain tear at hearts=18 and under seeing social media as adolescent portal more than pitfall=stillbirth causes are tallied but risks remain a challenge=the consumer a study encourages people to take the doctor’s notes home after exams.=global update haitian cholera epidemic traced to first known victim=vital signs herpes vaccine falls short in clinical trial=vital signs nicotine patch helps against cognitive impairment in study=vital signs exercise yields dividends in the classroom studies suggest=how yoga can wreck your body=preoccupations building the ‘watson’ team of scientists=slipstream the human anatomy animated with 3d technology=science planting the beach=science edith widders new crusade=q & a do pacifiers’ affect babies’ teeth=observatory zebra finches’ sense of smell a songbird surprise=observatory new ecosystem is found around southern ocean hydrothermal vent=observatory study finds infantlike understanding in dogs=personal health elderly ‘experts’ share life advice in cornell project=really really can you die of a broken heart=

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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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