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There are 174 known moons out there, spinning around the celestial bodies of our Solar System, so we’ve decided to pick out our favourites.

https://todaysintech.com/20-most-amazing-moons-in-the-solar-system/
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these abandoned buildings.. are never REALLY abandoned aren't they?
we know you're out there.. in there whatever!? geez Louise

It's another +Alien Abduction Friday with +Alex Lapidus +Heiko Mahr +Janice LaMere and the one they call "Rubes" ..you don't want to mess with these cowboys.. and cowgirls?? any hoes, just let it be..

coz what else you gonna do about it? ..punks
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The Chinese language will be included in the national curriculum in Saudi Arabia at all stages of education, the Kingdom and China announced during a visit to the country by the Saudi crown prince. #CrownPrinceinChina
http://bit.ly/2Iwm1pQ
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#TTCTuesday featuring our amazing #TTC Rookie Alexandria! 💙 Click the link below to learn about our amazing student! 📚
📰 » http://titanup.co/alex

Read more on: bit.ly/2XccYxo

#Sci #Tech #NFL #Cheerleaders

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Here's what is going on in my neck of the woods, in the Northeastern U.S. A LOT different than this time last week when we were all freezing our asses off! ❄️😨❄️ Lol A powerful storm will first send a surge of warm air with rain and the risk of flooding to the northeastern United States before high winds blast cold air back into the region.

The period from late February to early March can be a quick change artist in terms of the weather, and conditions coming up in the Northeast will be a prime example. Enough mild air will be around at the onset of the rain on Saturday and Saturday night to limit any ice and snow to northeastern New York state and northern New England.

The storm will bring a general 1-2 inches of rain to the region this weekend. While this would normally not cause any problems other than urban flooding, the combination of the rain and melting snow and soggy or frozen ground will have streams and rivers on the rise.

"In some cases, there are a few inches of water locked up in that snow and ice cover," according to AccuWeather Meteorologist Jake Sojda.

"If all of that snow were to melt quickly with the 1-2 inches of rain, it may be like a 3- to 6-inch rainstorm coming in 12-24 hours," Sojda said.

Some of that snow has been melting to end this week, and the rainfall this weekend will be rather brief and not heavy the entire time. However, areas prone to flooding along unprotected areas of creeks and rivers are likely to take on water. This includes such rivers as the Potomac, Susquehanna, Delaware, Lehigh, Juniata, Raritan, Connecticut, Schuylkill and others.

During the surge of warm air from Saturday night to Sunday, temperatures are projected to climb well into the 30s in northern New England, the 40s in central New England, the 50s in the upper mid-Atlantic and the 60s in the southern mid-Atlantic.

However, people should not get used to the warmth as a dramatic change will take place from Sunday to Monday as winds howl across the region. Gusts to hurricane force (74 mph) can occur around the eastern Great Lakes and over the ridges and through the gaps in the central Appalachians. Gusts to 50 mph and locally higher can spread from the mountains on Sunday to the Atlantic coast later Sunday night and Monday.

Travel delays and restrictions are likely. Large limbs, trees and power lines will come down. Airline passengers may have to contend with significant turbulence.

Temperatures are forecast to plunge back to seasonable levels from Sunday night to Monday night. The combination of wind, dry air and temperatures will send AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures down into the 20s, teens and single digits F over the region by Monday.

What's Ahead for the Upcoming Weeks?

Cold air will tend to grow some roots in the region from the last several days of February through the first week of March.

A quick dose of mainly light snow may pivot across northern and central areas of the Northeast during the middle of next week. It is possible that a small lobe of the polar vortex, essentially the meteorological North Pole, may make one last lunge toward the Great Lakes region by the first weekend in March.

That polar plunge may be preceded or accompanied by one last attempt at a snowstorm along the mid-Atlantic and New England coasts between March 2 and 6, according to AccuWeather Lead Long-Range Meteorologist Paul Pastelok.

"It is not a perfect setup for a big coastal Northeast snowstorm without a blocking area of high pressure over Greenland, but it may not have to be," Pastelok said.

However, following windy and cold conditions during the first full week of March, there is a good chance the back of winter may break by the second full week of March.

"The transition to spring should be a better one this year, compared to last year, in the Northeast," Pastelok said.

While setbacks in warm weather can still occur later in March and April, especially so in the North Central states and northern New England, warm weather fans and those sick of snow and ice may be pleased over much of the Northeast with the anticipated conditions. Spring weather may set in a little ahead of the official start on March 20 at 5:58 p.m. EDT.



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A former adviser to President Donald #Trump’s 2016 election campaign, Sam Nunberg, said he believed special counsel #RobertMueller's investigation would provide the House with a 'road map' for impeachment. The charge of high crimes and misdemeanors, which sets the grounds for most impeachments, does not have to be strictly criminal. Nunberg emphasized that Mueller’s report could possibly lead to a political outcome: impeachment, which is decided by votes first in the House and then in the Senate.


#WorldEconomy #AmericanPolitics #POTUS45 #Politics #AmericanPoliticians #RepublicanParty #TrumpAdministration #TrumpOrganisation #Republicans #Democrats #DemocraticParty #ImpeachTrump #TrumpImpeachment
MUELLER REPORT WILL BE 'ROAD MAP' FOR IMPEACHMENT INVESTIGATION OF DONALD TRUMP, SAYS FORMER AIDE
https://www.newsweek.com/mueller-report-road-map-impeachment-donald-trump-former-aide-1340379
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Here are 16 incredible advantages of eating papaya everyday and if you do here is what happens to your body which will be excellent for your health. 
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Ever since the dawn of man, we’ve been looking up into the night’s sky and asking questions, searching for answers and only to find more questions. Humans are relentless, we’ll do whatever it takes to answer these questions, including spending tons and tons and tons of cash to take space exploration to the next level, again and again. And damn it, we’ll do it again if need be.

This is an infographic collection of the 10 most expensive space missions ever undertaken. 

https://mirrorcrunch.com/top-10-most-expensive-space-missions/
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"Understanding the global carbon cycle provides scientists with vital clues about the planet's habitability.

It's the reason why the Earth has a clement stable climate and a low carbon dioxide atmosphere compared to that of Venus, for instance, which is in a runaway greenhouse state with high surface temperatures and a thick carbon dioxide atmosphere.

One major difference between Earth and Venus is the existence of active plate tectonics on Earth, which make our environment unique within our solar system.

But the atmosphere, oceans, and Earth's crust are only part of the story. The mantle, which represents 75% of Earth's volume, potentially holds more carbon than all other reservoirs combined.

Carbon - one of the essential building blocks of organic life - is taken into Earth's interior by subduction, where it drastically lowers the melting point of the solid mantle, forming carbonated melts (carbon-rich molten rocks) in the shallow mantle, fuelling surface volcanoes. Carbonate minerals may also be transported much deeper into the Earth, reaching the lower mantle, but what happens next is uncertain.

Answering that question is beset with challenges - conditions deep within the Earth are extreme and samples from the mantle are rare. The solution is to recreate those conditions in the lab using sophisticated technology.

Now a team of experimental geoscientists from the University of Bristol have done just that. Their results, published open access in Earth and Planetary Science Letters, uncover new clues about what happens to carbonate minerals when they are transported into the mantle via subduction of the oceanic crust (where one of Earth's tectonic plates slides below another).

Their findings have uncovered a barrier to subduction of carbonate beyond depths of around 1,000km, where it reacts with silica in the oceanic crust to form diamonds that are stored in the deep Earth over geological timescales".

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Colorectal cancer rates are rising in young adults. Knowing these warning signs could save your life.

https://health-zone.org/colon-cancer-symptoms/
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Why Venezuela’s Chavistas are fiercely loyal to Maduro, despite economic crisis
Feb 22, 2019 6:40 PM EST
Violence has broken out in Venezuela as opposition groups, led by Juan Guaido, attempt to bring in foreign aid against the will of President Nicolas Maduro. Despite international support for Guaido, a fiercely loyal minority of Venezuelans known as Chavistas are determined to keep Maduro in power -- and the U.S. out. Special correspondent Nadja Drost and videographer Bruno Federico report.
For more information please visit the following link:
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/why-venezuelas-chavistas-are-fiercely-loyal-to-maduro-despite-economic-crisis
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Let's find out 8 of the best Animes of 2018

https://stylesteak.com/8-best-anime-of-2018/
8 Best Anime of 2018
8 Best Anime of 2018
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The Pacific Ocean - A Peaceful Sea
The Pacific Ocean - A Peaceful Sea
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‘US May Return to #JCPOA after 2020 Presidential Election’
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While #Canada, #Australia and the #EuropeanUnion have all recently secured new or adjusted #tradedeals with #Japan, the #US has not. That could give rivals an edge on prices with a customer that regularly imports about $14bn (¥1.55tn) a year in U.S. agriculture and farm-related products. The #Trumpadministration instead appears laser focused on trade talks with #China, risking the 50% market share now controlled by American #wheat supplies in Japan. While #Trump and Prime Minister #ShinzoAbe have long signaled the intention of reaching a #tradedeal, the administration has been engulfed by the negotiations with China before a March 1 deadline, which could trigger a new increase in tariffs.

As of April 1, grain shipped by #Americanfarmers will face a disadvantage of $14 a metric ton to Australia and Canada, a gap that will grow to $70 a ton after nine years, according to Vince Peterson, president of U.S. Wheat Associates. The price disadvantage means Japanese millers are expected to cut average annual imports of U.S. western white, dark northern spring and hard red winter wheat by more than half to 1.35 million tons or less, according to the National Feed and Grain Association.


#WorldEconomy #Protectionism #America #Globalisation #GlobalTrade #TradeWars #EconomicRisk #Economy #TradePolicy #InternationalTrade #TradeTariffs #Politics #Geopolitics #InternationalRelations #USA #GlobalTradeWar #EconomicColdWar #Commodities #AgriculturalCommodities #SoftCommodities
#USfarmers fear Trump's China focus will imperil $14 billion in Japan trade
https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2019/02/22/business/u-s-farmers-fear-trumps-china-focus-will-imperil-14-billion-japan-trade/
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Key parts of the Internet infrastructure face large-scale attacks that threaten the global system of web traffic, the Internet’s address keeper warned Friday https://goo.gl/5yYnx3
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Mr Grim Being Lazy. My fat black cat Grim who is a very loving cat.Please Like,Share,Subscribe,And Adopt. Thanks for Watching!
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Top 10 Massive Things in the Universe

With technology rapidly advancing, astronomers are finding more and more objects in the universe. Here are 10 biggest things in the universe.

https://rxscience.org/top-10-massive-things-in-the-universe/
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"The LGBT rainbow flag has been raised for the first time at HM Naval Base Clyde to mark Purple Friday.
February is LGBT History month [in the UK] and on the last Friday of the month Purple Friday is celebrated in support of LGBT Youth Scotland.
Representatives from the Royal Navy, Ministry of Defence, Babcock, Ministry of Defence Police and Police Scotland gathered to witness this significant event – with the flag flying from 43 Commando’s main mast outside their Faslane Headquarters."
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