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12 hours ago by darkwater
Changing author info - User Documentation
To change the name and/or email address recorded in existing commits, you must rewrite the entire history of your Git repository.
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13 hours ago by mortonfox
Peatlands, already dwindling, could face further losses | MIT News
Tropical peat swamp forests, which once occupied large swaths of Southeast Asia and other areas, provided a significant “sink” that helped remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. But such forests have been disappearing fast due to clear-cutting and drainage projects making way for plantations. Now, research shows peatlands face another threat, as climate change alters rainfall patterns, potentially destroying even forested peatlands that remain undrained.
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13 hours ago by bullfrogfilms
Make a Bootable Flash Installer of OS X or macOS
There are two ways to make a bootable copy of the installer; one makes use of Terminal, the command-line utility included with all copies of OS X and macOS; the other uses a combination of the Finder, Disk Utility, and Terminal to get the job done.

In the past, I've always shown you the manual method, which uses the Finder, Disk Utility, and Terminal. Although this method involves more steps, it's easier for many Mac users because the majority of the process uses familiar tools. This time around, I'm going to show you the Terminal app method, which uses a single command that has been included with the Mac OS installer since OS X Mavericks was released. Don't worry; if you would rather use the method we've used in the past, I've included a link to the last time we used the Finder/Disk Utility method.
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13 hours ago by rmohns

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