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Fortunately, scientists are already making those tweaks, by developing finer-grained computer models that do a better job capturing how the atmosphere churns in real life.
If not, you’ll have to play around with the above tweaks to get things close enough.
That genetic tweak merely supplied a marker that would identify irradiated insects but didn’t change any fertility genes.
They’re also working on tweaks to the manufacturing process to boost speeds and bring down costs.
From lighting tricks to background arrangements to your intonation, we cover all the small tweaks you can make to have a big impact in our new virtual meeting rooms.
This was achieved through a variety of tweaks to the telescope, including a new coating for its lens and a series of optimizations of the optical systems used to detect the entangled photons.
A genetic tweak to certain neurons in their brains keeps them awake for as long as they live.
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There’s even a DNA tweak that can make someone’s hair uncombable.
If you’ve seen the 2017 remake, with Emma Watson, you probably noticed some tweaks.
She had traveled the world; she had danced with kings, and had made two popes laugh and tweak her pointed chin.
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