Jun 17 2014

Morse Code News for June 17, 2014

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Headlines for June 17, 2014 in morse code:

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headlines from nyt science=sending patients home décor and distraction priceless nature=stem efforts to inspire students have borne little fruit=what the future holds as robotics advances worries of killer robots rise=older than the rolling stones=the earth’s hidden ocean=computing crime and punishment=observatory a chain reaction of change behind dams=mothers mind second of two articles a case study in maternal mental illness=observatory sounds of frog lust made even sexier=dot earth blog exploring academia’s role in charting paths to a ‘good’ anthropocene=observatory pterosaurs flying reptiles were a social lot=q&a asparagus revisited=a helicopter of one’s own=global health a faster way to find the origin of malaria=sciencetake new insight into how bats conquer the air=mothers mind first of two articles new findings on timing and range of maternal mental illness=artificial pancreas shows promise in diabetes test=calling back a zombie ship from the graveyard of space=from untended farmland reserve tries to recreate wilderness from long ago=with data and resolve tacoma fights pollution=dot earth indian point’s tritium problem and the n.r.c.’s regulatory problem=exhibition review ‘your brain’ opens at the franklin institute=what to do when crawdad grows anxious=what the future holds how obama’s climate goals will play in silicon valley=matter a longago ancestor a little fish with jaws to come=

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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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