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Error Number: 1114
The Error returned was:
The table '(temporary)' is full
SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Risks to Archaeological Sites Decay: Natural Phenomena\n \nAll things decay. It is a basic fact of thermodynamics and the laws of entropy that whatever has been created by the input of energy, either by nature or by&nbsp;human effort, will favor a return to its former disorganized state. Iron that is made by using heat to&nbsp;extract it from its native ores and then forge it into&nbsp;usable objects will react in ways that aim to release&nbsp;this energy input and return the metal to its ores.&nbsp;Fallen trees will be colonized by insects, plant life,&nbsp;and microorganisms that derive energy from the tree&nbsp;cellulose, as part of well-established natural cycles&nbsp;for carbon and oxygen that have ensured these&nbsp;elements remain in the best balance for life on Earth.&nbsp;All efforts to maintain archaeological sites and preserve&nbsp;the material evidence excavated from them essentially&nbsp;works against the natural cycle of life. This an important point to remember when consid') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Risks to Archaeological Sites Decay: Natural Phenomena\n \nAll things decay. It is a basic fact of thermodynamics and the laws of entropy that whatever has been created by the input of energy, either by nature or by&nbsp;human effort, will favor a return to its former disorganized state. Iron that is made by using heat to&nbsp;extract it from its native ores and then forge it into&nbsp;usable objects will react in ways that aim to release&nbsp;this energy input and return the metal to its ores.&nbsp;Fallen trees will be colonized by insects, plant life,&nbsp;and microorganisms that derive energy from the tree&nbsp;cellulose, as part of well-established natural cycles&nbsp;for carbon and oxygen that have ensured these&nbsp;elements remain in the best balance for life on Earth.&nbsp;All efforts to maintain archaeological sites and preserve&nbsp;the material evidence excavated from them essentially&nbsp;works against the natural cycle of life. This an important point to remember when consid') AND id != 89205 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-05-21 13:32:38' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5