Oct 30 2012

Morse Code News for October 30, 2012

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Headlines for October 30, 2012 in morse code:

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headlines from nyt science=profiles in science peter g. neumann rethinking the computer at 80=scientists move closer to a longlasting flu vaccine=in theory a weak spot in h.i.v’s armor raises hope for a vaccine=remarkable creatures for north dakota paleontologist it started with a turtle=observatory ‘lucy’ species could climb trees researchers say=observatory the trick to the archer fish’s powerful attack=observatory beetles may use dung balls to cool themselves researchers find=shallow waters and unusual path may worsen the surge=storm barrels ashore leaving path of destruction=massachusetts shuts down another compounder=a third day of protests in china against refinery=some exhibits at natural history museum are only seen by researchers=dying satellites could lead to shaky weather forecasts=poor sanitation found at pharmacy linked to meningitis outbreak=fish off fukushima japan show elevated levels of cesium=the agenda nearly absent in the campaign climate change=david haskell finds biology zen in a patch of nature=federal budget limits affect scientific conferences=q & a why does some hair frizz when it’s humid=mind if intelligence is the norm stupidity gets more interesting=science peter g. neumann on cyber security=rachel carson’s lessons 50 years after ‘silent spring’=toronto skyline holds hazards for migratory birds=green blog learning to live with urban coyotes=opinion geoengineering testing the waters=

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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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