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Simulations that revealed just how chaotic a space we live in.
If you can still think back across the vast eons of time to April of 2020, you’ll recall that the early weeks of the pandemic were a chaotic period for primary voting.
WHAT TWO STUDIES WITH VERY DIFFERENT FINDINGS CAN TELL US ABOUT VOTING IN A PANDEMICMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 2, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
When Panama City Beach dialed down spring break, which had become chaotic and even violent, hotel occupancy tax revenue fell 41% the following year.
In the age of the “buy now” button, we are collectively failing to acknowledge how climate change, resource overconsumption, and biodiversity loss are sentencing coming generations to live on a chaotic planet.
Wisconsin’s chaotic April 7 primary was the first major election with in-person voting since states began issuing stay-at-home orders.
In these chaotic times, it can be hard to keep up with the far-out frontiers of “fintech.”
Productsup enabled brands and retailers to reclaim control in a chaotic yearAs the pandemic forced shoppers indoors and brick-and-mortar sales plummeted, e-commerce became the essential lifeline for brands and retailers.
The chaotic nature of the debate and the overall uncertainty around this year's election may have pushed some viewers away.
The EU has stood firmly against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s bid to rewrite parts of the withdrawal agreement, setting the stage for a chaotic exit next year.
Evidence for this ocean includes geysers erupting through cracks in the surface ice, a weak magnetic field, and chaotic terrain on the surface, which could have been deformed by ocean currents swirling beneath.

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