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One tip pointed investigators to Becker, according to the court document.
Everyone has some intuition for tipping points from see-saws.
For immigration restrictionists, the temptation of Trump was especially high, not unlike the urgency felt by climate-change activists over tipping points, with a choice between getting control of the border and losing it for good.
There may be tipping points in the climate system—difficult-to-predict points of no return—that researchers may not fully understand.
Some scientists predict the boreal forest may reach a disastrous—and irreversible—tipping point this century and shift from carbon storehouse into a major source of greenhouse gas emissions.
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