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posted by Dopefish on Tuesday February 25 2014, @11:00PM   Printer-friendly
from the we-are-made-of-star-stuff dept.
AnonTechie writes "Scientists at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., today released a significant expansion and upgrade to a public, on-line database that houses a unique and extensive collection of information about a family of complex, carbon-rich molecules that are both widespread and abundant throughout the universe. Scientists believe more than 20 percent of the carbon in the universe is tied up in this extensive family of compounds, collectively know as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or simply PAHs.
 
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  • (Score: 5, Informative) by frojack on Tuesday February 25 2014, @11:37PM

    by frojack (1554) Subscriber Badge on Tuesday February 25 2014, @11:37PM (#7004) Journal

    Sounds like you are behind a caching proxy.

    If simply clicking the Refresh button doesn't work, putting a question mark behind the URL:
              http://soylentnews.org/ [soylentnews.org]?

    which tells the proxy not to cache that page.
    Either that or try https://soylentnews.org/ [soylentnews.org] which requests an encrypted page so that
    the caching proxy can't serve it out of cache.

    I'm just guessing though.

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  • (Score: 1) by tynin on Tuesday February 25 2014, @11:47PM

    by tynin (2013) on Tuesday February 25 2014, @11:47PM (#7009) Journal

    LOL, yeah, I use the ? trick to get past a fortigate user firewall at work. I gave it a try and unfortunately, that doesn't fix my problem in this case. Although if it did fix my issue, I would have been on the phone to Comcast to ask them WTH they think they are doing to my traffic. Thanks for the suggestion.

    • (Score: 4, Informative) by xlefay on Wednesday February 26 2014, @07:37AM

      by xlefay (65) on Wednesday February 26 2014, @07:37AM (#7176) Journal

      It's a known bug, iirc #124.