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During the experiment, conducted at the Vertical Gun Range at NASA's Ames Research Center in California, scientists fired marble-sized projectiles at the targets at speeds of 11,200 mph (18,000 km/h).

These projectiles had a similar composition to carbonaceous chondrites, a group of meteorites that come from ancient, water-rich asteroids. In the early stages of Earth's evolution, these asteroids frequently hit the planet at very high speeds. The experiment, described in a paper published online today (April 25) in the journal Science Advances, revealed that during such collisions, up to 30 percent of the water from the asteroid could get trapped in the debris created by the impact. [Photos: Asteroids in Deep Space]

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Aliens In The Grass -- Fort Collins, Colorado
This tiny Diamondback Moth ( Plutella xylostella ) was folded up in the blade of a wild tulip in my backyard, and I almost overlooked him because he looked like just a stray bit of debris. But when I peered closer, he looked like some sort of alien bird-of-prey creature with wings made of feathers, which you can see if you view this in light box mode. :-) Thanks to +Seth Burgess for the identification!
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England's Football Association (FA) is in negotiations to sell off Wembley Stadium, home of the country's national soccer team, to U.S. billionaire Shahid Khan, owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars football team.
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New Democratic Coalition Means Doom For Republicans
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Viperr is a Fedora respin that feel very old school, says Jack Wallen in this distro review:

https://www.linux.com/learn/intro-to-linux/2018/4/viperr-linux-keeps-crunchbang-alive-fedora-flair
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Exercise and depression

Regular exercise can reduce your risk of depression, no matter what your age or where you live, research suggests. In a new study, an international team of researchers analyzed data from 49 studies that included nearly 267,000 people in North America, Europe and Oceania. The study participants did not have any mental illnesses and were followed for an average of more than seven years. High levels of physical activity were associated with a lower risk of depression in all age groups during the follow-up, the investigators found. However, the new study was not designed to prove that exercise actually caused depression risk to drop. "This is the first global meta-analysis to establish that engaging in physical activity is beneficial for protecting the general population from developing depression," said study author Felipe Barreto Schuch, a professor at Universidade La Salle in Brazil.
Exercise your blues away
Exercise your blues away
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Mother, wife, million-dollar patient: Keeping her alive is a full-time job - and good business for drug companies*

The swelling attacks come on without warning. Loukisha Olive-McCoy's lower lip puffs up; then her cheeks and jaw twist and pull, distorting her face into an involuntary grimace. Sometimes her tongue will fill up the back of her throat and choke off her breathing.

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Products/services you can build around your book
Products/services you can build around your book
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How Brain Computer Interaction is Changing Movies

Together with studies looking at the effect of films on the spectators’ brain-activity (neurocinematics), these new possibilities will push further the motion picture arts and sciences.

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Phones cost close to or over $1000+ so this is no suprise...
If you bought a phone last year for $800-$1000+ most likely you're not going to buy another $800-$1000 phone the following year
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Gaia’s 2nd data release: 1.7 billion stars! - Gaia’s view of our home galaxy, the Milky Way, in a 360 degree interactive view (click arrows in upper left) via ESA/Gaia/DPAC; ATG medialab. It was less than a century ago, in 1920, that astronomers were famously debating the nature of so-called spiral nebulae. Some believed they lay inside our own Milky Way galaxy and were, perhaps, forming solar systems. Others thought they were large and distant separate galaxies. Thus the wisest astronomers...
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TL;DR — The Democratic party hand-picks centrists over progressives, has no vision​, doesn't give a shit about actual democracy.

“They squash progressive candidates. They destroy the diversity of ideas in their caucus. They keep ideas like ‘Medicare for All,’ free community college, or impeaching Donald Trump from having a significant role in the national conversation,” says Tillemann. “The issues that resonate most with voters are not the issues that the DCCC is telling candidates to focus on.”
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The secretly taped audio recording, released here for the first time, reveals how senior Democratic officials have worked to crush competitive primaries and steer political resources, money, and other support to hand-picked candidates in key races across the country, long before the party publicly announces a preference. The invisible assistance boosts the preferred candidate in fundraising and endorsements, and then that fundraising success and those endorsements are used to justify national party support. Meanwhile, opponents of the party’s unspoken pick are driven into paranoia, wondering if they are merely imagining that unseen hands are working against them.
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In races in Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Texas, Nebraska, California, and beyond, progressive candidates are finding that the DCCC has mobilized support for moderate candidates with access to early campaign cash at the expense of progressives. As we’ve reported, many first-time candidates are told by the DCCC that before they can even be considered, they have to perform the “rolodex” test to show they can raise $250,000 or more from the contact list on their phone.

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#Overheard: "...And his own legal team is worried he'd implicate himself in an interview... why?"
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It could be your typical low-end smartphone, but we do see a possible reference to Android Go. #News #AndroidGo #Samsung
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Google takes security very seriously, especially when it comes to logging in to your account. Today, the company has announced a new sign-in feature that should help out with upping the security even further.
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Elon and Bezos both working to move us up and out of the gravity well and into the expanse
"The solar system can easily support a trillion humans," he said. "And if we have a trillion humans we would have a thousand Einsteins, and a thousand Mozarts, and unlimited — for all practical purposes — resources from solar power and so on."
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Fake Mark Zuckerbergs tried to scam Facebook users for cash https://engt.co/2FjHECN
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Trump says for first time that Cohen represented him in Stormy Daniels case
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What's New in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

"Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is a huge change from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. This is the first long-term support (LTS) release after the massive changes of Ubuntu 17.10, which saw the end of the Unity desktop, Ubuntu Phone, and Ubuntu’s convergence plans."

"If you were already using Ubuntu 17.10, you won’t notice any big changes. Ubuntu 18.04 focuses on polishing the changes made in Ubuntu 17.10. However, while Ubuntu 17.10 used the Wayland display server by default, Ubuntu 18.04 switches back to the tried-and-true Xorg display server."

#technology #linux #opensource #ubuntu
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