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October 18, 2019
WILLIAMSBURG, Virginia, Oct. 18 -- The College of William and Mary issued the following news story:

They are ubiquitous, nearly invisible and may determine the future of our planet. Known as aerosols, the small specks of matter can be found in nearly every ecosystem, in the air over oceans, above deserts and mountains, deep in forests and compressed under ice.

When you see your breath on an autumn morning, those are aerosols carried along in water vapor from your lungs. . . .

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