The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
Sequencing tumor genomes reveals the origins of some cancer-causing mutations.
Some suspect the authorities of seeking revenge for Twitter's role in helping protesters.
A network of monitoring stations and satellites could overcome objections to inspections.
The galactic tide is strong enough to influence Oort Cloud comets, which means it may also have helped shape our planet.
Startup Amprius has recieved government funding to scale up production of advanced lithium-ion electrodes.
A researcher highlights the benefits, and privacy issues, raised by mining mobile data.
If the strange deceleration of the Pioneer spacecraft is caused by gravity, then it should also act on other bodies in the outer solar system. That doesn't seem to be the case.
You can add a coming phosphorus shortage to your worry list.
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