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I f you are in the habit of watching your drip coffee maker prepare your morning beverage, you'll occasionally witness something interesting; As the coffee drips into the pot, you'll often see one of the drops land on the surface and remain intact for a second or so before coalescing with the...
S ince the mid‐1970s, an “ozone hole” has developed in the stratosphere over Antarctica each austral summer. The Arctic, by contrast, has been immune to such severe depletion because it is much less susceptible to developing a strong vortex, a pattern of winds that encircles the pole,...
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