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Decision science expert Annie Duke and Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman suggest this may be because data-native individuals are adept at assembling disparate observations and facts into a credible narrative.
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Averill on the July 23 Zoom call echoed Pridgen’s observations about the pandemic’s impact.
Substantiating a record involves an international committee of atmospheric scientists poring over the original observations, the equipment used to make it and the calibration practices.
Those observations revealed prominent dips in particular wavelengths of ultraviolet sunlight that had been absorbed by the ozone, Youngblood, Arney and colleagues report online August 6 in the Astronomical Journal.
While he says their observations suggest some thin gaiters might be problematic, “the press coverage has careened out of control” for a study testing a measuring technique and that looked at just one mask of each type.
Comparing computer simulations to experimental observations allowed Oran and colleagues to pin down the blue whirl’s structure.
Marketers should consider applying in-market audiences to campaigns on observation mode to develop a clearer image of how each audience segment performs.
Understanding those environmental risks, Pearson point out, starts with observation.
Cheng thinks the observations will apply to teens, as well, since this fits with what has been seen in older kids.
Researchers will need to collect more observations of this type of aurora.

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