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Yom Kippur, Nobel Prizes, and Nuclear War Risk: The Definitive Crossover Crossword

· By Ben Shindel · Published 6 months ago

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You're allowed to stop fasting if nuclear war breaks out or if Chad Alexander Mirkin wins his well-earned Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Hi. I'm Ben. You can find me @benshindel on twitter, or gmail, or basically any platform, if you hated one of my crosswords and want to tell me why.
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    1A
    Common pipe material
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    Across
    1. 1A
      Common pipe material
    2. 4A
      With, in nice
    3. 8A
      Athletic Rondo
    4. 13A
      Grazing grounds
    5. 15A
      What an Ikea GESTALTA might be put into
    6. 16A
      In concert
    7. 17A
      Tesla or henry, for example
    8. 18A
      Relaxes, as one's jaw
    9. 20A
      Actress Rooney or Kate
    10. 21A
      Shoe or corset fasteners
    11. 22A
      Controversial 2022 movie about Marilyn Monroe, or a descriptor of its titular character
    12. 25A
      What you might say to a team of sled dogs
    13. 26A
      Govt. probe
    14. 27A
      Tarzan star Ron, not spelled like the Israelite high priest who raised Samuel
    15. 28A
      Adroit
    16. 32A
      Cruise port Northeast of Havana
    17. 35A
      Often problematic follower of age or thigh
    18. 36A
      See 14 down
      14DWith 36 across, one of the two discoverers of 7 down, a Polish Jew also known for the Markov Chain Monte Carlo simulation, the design of nearly all nuclear weapons, nuclear propulsion, and a modification to the game "20 questions" where you're allowed to lie once[---------]
    19. 37A
      Fasitidious
    20. 38A
      Habituate
    21. 40A
      South African Nobel Peace Prize Winner who did not dance ballet
    22. 41A
      Club follower that might be part of your order in a club
    23. 42A
      Foot, to Fabius
    24. 43A
      Northernmost archipelago of -- read carefully -- Macaronesia
    25. 45A
      Once more
    26. 46A
      A welcoming sight?
    27. 47A
      Neighbor of Eth. or Ken.
    28. 48A
      Controversial preceder of male or blocker
    29. 49A
      Like the smell of fresh dough
    30. 53A
      See 10 down
      10DWith 5 down and 53 across, one of the two discoverers of 7 down, a Hungarian Jew also known for the term "kiloton", mutually assured destruction, maybe 50% of all modern mathematics, stochastic computing, the math behind quantum mechanics, the idea of a computer virus, and his eidetic memory, though he died too young to get the Nobel Prize in Economics that he deserved[----]
    31. 57A
      Actress Reid or skater Lipinski
    32. 58A
      Relating to a type of poem where the beginning of each line is more important than the end
    33. 62A
      Finished
    34. 63A
      It's been "right" on TV since the 1970s?
    35. 64A
      A toy that comes with strings attached?
    36. 65A
      Not a want
    37. 66A
      Uses a straw
    38. 67A
      "____ difference!"
    39. 68A
      Asp sound
    Down
    1. 1D
      Measure depth
    2. 2D
      Corruptible
    3. 3D
      Home of the first metro system in Africa
    4. 4D
      Kwik-E-mart owner on the Simpsons
    5. 5D
      See 10 down
      10DWith 5 down and 53 across, one of the two discoverers of 7 down, a Hungarian Jew also known for the term "kiloton", mutually assured destruction, maybe 50% of all modern mathematics, stochastic computing, the math behind quantum mechanics, the idea of a computer virus, and his eidetic memory, though he died too young to get the Nobel Prize in Economics that he deserved[----]
    6. 6D
      If you read your keyboard like a book, this would probably be the first word
    7. 7D
      With 28 down
      28DSee 7 down[---------]
      , a computational or mathematical model with simple rules defining its evolution, that can in many cases be Turing-complete! The graphical representation for these may often look like this crossword grid (minus the letters). After you finish this puzzle, you should go to playgameoflife.com and fnky.github.io/particle-life and have fun!
    8. 8D
      It goes on wings
    9. 9D
      Spore sacs that sound like the type of digital art made exclusively with the 95 printable characters
    10. 10D
      With 5 down
      5DSee 10 down[---]
      and 53 across
      53ASee 10 down[-------]
      , one of the two discoverers of 7 down
      7DWith 28 down, a computational or mathematical model with simple rules defining its evolution, that can in many cases be Turing-complete! The graphical representation for these may often look like this crossword grid (minus the letters). After you finish this puzzle, you should go to playgameoflife.com and fnky.github.io/particle-life and have fun![--------]
      , a Hungarian Jew also known for the term "kiloton", mutually assured destruction, maybe 50% of all modern mathematics, stochastic computing, the math behind quantum mechanics, the idea of a computer virus, and his eidetic memory, though he died too young to get the Nobel Prize in Economics that he deserved
    11. 11D
      Universal donor, for short
    12. 12D
      Playable kid in smash bros probably not named after the prohibition-era lawman who brough down Al Capone
    13. 14D
      With 36 across
      36ASee 14 down[----]
      , one of the two discoverers of 7 down
      7DWith 28 down, a computational or mathematical model with simple rules defining its evolution, that can in many cases be Turing-complete! The graphical representation for these may often look like this crossword grid (minus the letters). After you finish this puzzle, you should go to playgameoflife.com and fnky.github.io/particle-life and have fun![--------]
      , a Polish Jew also known for the Markov Chain Monte Carlo simulation, the design of nearly all nuclear weapons, nuclear propulsion, and a modification to the game "20 questions" where you're allowed to lie once
    14. 19D
      Rhymes with "lemon squeezy"
    15. 23D
      What Svaante Paabo extracted from Neanderthal bones to win the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
    16. 24D
      Gear
    17. 25D
      "I like" in Ibiza
    18. 28D
      See 7 down
      7DWith 28 down, a computational or mathematical model with simple rules defining its evolution, that can in many cases be Turing-complete! The graphical representation for these may often look like this crossword grid (minus the letters). After you finish this puzzle, you should go to playgameoflife.com and fnky.github.io/particle-life and have fun![--------]
    19. 29D
      Opposite of sharpen, in photoshop
    20. 30D
      Better than never
    21. 31D
      Australian denizens that cannot fly
    22. 32D
      Org. that is hopefully more focused on nuclear propulsion than nuclear weaponry
    23. 33D
      Abbv. on reddit describing an unnamed individual
    24. 34D
      Marquis or Nigerian grammy winner
    25. 39D
      Compulsive cleaners
    26. 44D
      Actress Saldana who played Neytiri
    27. 48D
      Milk of magnesia and lye, for two
    28. 50D
      Scrimps
    29. 51D
      They have rings and trunks
    30. 52D
      Relevant 17 acrosses
      17ATesla or henry, for example[----]
      in an American sport
    31. 53D
      Cat or power followers
    32. 54D
      Light tan
    33. 55D
      Acid that you might associate with the color yellow
    34. 56D
      Like law school trials
    35. 59D
      Org. known for their expertise in coups
    36. 60D
      Currently, in textspeak
    37. 61D
      Name associated with both "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "Life of Pi"
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