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Anyone having problems with the d2lte 06 01 nightly? I cannot boot after installation, just get the boot animation and never progresses further. 
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Got it to install after going to recovery and installing it manually from there and clearing cache/dalvik cache
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Waterspouts are spinning columns of rising moist air that typically form over warm water. Waterspouts can be as dangerous as tornadoes and can feature wind speeds over 200 km per hour. Some waterspouts form away from thunderstorms and even during relatively fair weather. Waterspouts may be relatively transparent and initially visible only by an unusual pattern they create on the water. The above image was taken earlier this month near Tampa Bay, Florida. The Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida is arguably the most active area in the world for waterspouts, with hundreds forming each year. Some people speculate that waterspouts are responsible for some of the losses recorded in the Bermuda Triangle.

via +Earth , from Astronomy Picture of the Day:
 http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130717.html
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Is anyone else having gps issues with CM 10.1? I'm on the latest nightly (Jan 3) for my d2spr and still cannot get any satellites, trying to avoid a wipe if i can... 
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Seems to work flawlessly now on Jan 4th nightly 
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Gravity waves photographed by the NWS-San Antonio Saturday.
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Anybody having force close issues when clicking words to be spell checked?

This has been happening to me for the last three nightlies of 10.2 in the messaging and Gmail apps, very frustrating... 
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Putting my phone back to stock for some needed updates, not sure if ill keep it stock for a bit or root it again and put CM back on it, thoughts??
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Yeah, i had the same feeling. I went over to Cyanogen almost immediately and havent looked back
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Hello all, I have been having some trouble with mms the coast week or do on my d2spr. When I get an mms, instead of the "notification" i get a literal blank message, when I try to open it (from the notification bar) it opens messaging and acts like I'm going to start a new thread with someone, no one even in the to field. I know mms worked in previous nightlies, idk if anyone else is having this problem or if there is a simple way to fix it. I'm on the latest nightlie of CM 10.1 and I wipe cache and dalvik every time I install. 
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#BAFact: Light from the edge of the Sun’s face takes over 2 seconds longer to reach us than from the middle.

Our Sun is big. Very, very big. How big? Think of it this way:

We see the Sun as a disk in the sky. Of course, it's actually a sphere, and we see the hemisphere facing us. That means the center of the Sun's face is closer to us than the edge, because it sticks out toward us. The difference in distance from the Earth to the center of the Sun's face, versus the distance from the Earth to the edge, is pretty much equal to  the radius of the Sun: about 700,000 kilometers (430,000 miles).

A beam of light, the fastest thing in the Universe, moves at 300,000 kilometers per second. That means that light from the edge of the Sun takes a little over two seconds longer to reach us than light emitted from the center of the Sun's face!

In other words, when you look at the face of the Sun (and don't do so without adequate protection) you're not seeing all of it at the same time.  _You're seeing the edge of it two seconds in the past compared to the middle_. 

That's how huge the Sun is.

-[Edited to add: This #BAFact  was inspired by +Wil Wheatonhttps://twitter.com/BadAstronomer/status/244360986709065730 ]_
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  • California University of Pennsylvania
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Just a regular kid trying to survive college, working, and jumping over all the social hurdles life throws at us.
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    Meteorolgy, 2009 - present
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Nice hotel, aging but not bad. Beds are sleepable, but not the most comfortable. Walls are a bit thin but breakfast and dinner are included. Overall I can't complain too much other than the awful Internet and stupid OnCommand TV box, staying here for multiple weeks necessitated circumventing this box to watch Netflix. Take these out and improve Internet connection and would earn a fourth star.
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