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We are skeptics who have devoted much of our careers to practicing and promoting scientific skepticism. We ask that journalists use more care when reporting on those who reject climate science, and hold to the principles of truth in labeling. Please stop using the word “skeptic” to describe deniers.
Public discussion of scientific topics such as global warming is confused by misuse of the term skeptic.
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Happy International #BiodiversityDay
#Biodiversity is essential for food security and nutrition. Thousands of interconnected species make up a vital web of biodiversity within the ecosystems upon which global food production depends: http://bit.ly/1SmGV6m
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I can't tell if you're human since you didn't use Captcha.

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Ah yes, the rose colored glass effect :)

Filtered photos are 21% more likely to be viewed and 45% more likely to be commented on. However, not all filters affect engagement equally. Filters that increase contrast and correct exposure can help a photo’s engagement, and filters that create a warmer color temperature are more engaging than those with cooler color effects
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Yes, I'll add an extra red tints to all my pictures from now on :)))))

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Today is the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development - an opportunity to deepen our understanding of other cultures.

Get the simple things you can do to take part here < https://www.facebook.com/DoOneThingforDiversityandInclusion > 
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This video is entertaining in many ways :))

A good old song from the 1960s (not 1860s).
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Have you ever had the urge to say "What we got here is a failure to communicate?"
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Van Engen hopes the results might help shape strategies for both listeners and foreign accented speakers to better communicate and ensure that the information they discussed is remembered. For example, it might help listeners to use standard strategies such as looking at the person speaking and asking for repetition. Accented speakers might be able to improve communication by talking more slowing or working to match their intonation, rhythm and stress patterns more closely to that of native speakers, Van Engen said.
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Don't say that I never try to save you money, people.  You just can't get a better deal than this HP.  HUGE SAVING.  BUY NOW !!







Ok, so it's an old deal.  Get over it :)
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The saving is automatically deducted from your bank account +Banter Maestro :p

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Explore the world's largest cave, Son Doong in Vietnam, with this interactive map comprised of 360° panoramas created by National Geographic Explorer Martin Edström.
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so beautiful !! thanks for share

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Experiments on animals have previously shown that the immune system can affect cognitive capabilities, and more recent minor studies in humans have also pointed in that direction. Normally, the brain is protected from the immune system, but with infections and inflammation the brain may be affected.
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Particles are weird. They sometimes seem to act like waves, and somehow they manage to be in many places at the same time. This strange quantum behaviour has left scientists debating for decades.

Now a new series of experiments is expected to provide more definitive answers by uncovering the nature of wavefunction — the mysterious entity at the heart of quantum weirdness.

Read more about the new quantum weirdness experiments and the history behind this long-standing debate in this +Nature News & Comment piece.
A wave of experiments is probing the root of quantum weirdness.
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The heavily modded Godzilla owned the bike, but would you rather have the cheap thrill that can walk away from a bunch of supercars?
 
Can a #Kawasaki hyperbike beat hypercars in a drag race?
The Kawasaki H2R superbike takes on a Bugatti Veyron, a McLaren MP4-12C, and a tuned Nissan GT-R.
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Our tipster explained to us that the building is the headquarters of NetDragon Websoft, a Chinese gaming and mobile Internet company. And it's no Chinese knock-off: Company Chairman Liu DeJian is reportedly an uberTrekkie, licensing from CBS the rights to build an Enterprise replica. Construction began in 2008 and was finished in 2014; the project cost $160 million total.
There's a building in China that looks almost exactly like the USS Enterprise from 'Star Trek.'
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