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Google will pay you $1000 to hack some of Android’s most popular apps

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NFL Player Compares Jerry Jones Telling Players to Stand for Anthem to Slavery

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"Yes, your husband is gone, but remember that the commander-in-chief he served will always remain."

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As part of its Justice League marketing, Warner Bros. has declared it to be The Flash week, and to celebrate AT&T has released a video which features new dialogue between Ben Affleck as Batman and Ezra Miller as The Flash. Now, if all you know about the…

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Researchers Pinpoint Jealousy in the Monogamous Brain

"Understanding the neurobiology and evolution of emotions can help us understand our own emotions and their consequences," says Dr. Karen Bales from the University of California, USA. "Jealousy is especially interesting given its role in romantic relationships -- and also in domestic violence."

The research is in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. (full open access)

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Following complaints about the Google Pixel XL 2's display, Google has stated that it will consider "adding more color options through a software update." #News #Google #GooglePixel2XL

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Relativity Space wants to launch rockets for 90% less with 3D printing

A new startup called Relativity Space founded by two aerospace engineers wants to use massive 3D printers to produce rockets without humans required on the factory floor, with the ultimate aim of driving the price of rocket launches down from their current rate of around $100 million to just about $10 million per launch. Bloomberg reports that Relativity’s founders think using 3D printing in this way in rocket production is “inevitable” – they just want to be the ones to get it here first. The company’s innovation isn’t coming up with the idea of 3D printing rocket parts and even whole engines, the process is slow and costly vs. traditional welding. But Relativity went to the root of the problem by building its own 3D printers from scratch, using giant, robotic arms the tare nearly 20 feet tall that can produce a large rocket-sized fuel tank in just a few days, and an engine in only 1.5 weeks. Building a whole rocket should only take less than a month if the startup’s process works as planned, compared to multiple months for Curren human-driven processes. What makes Relativity capable of doing this? Well, the founder’s histories help. Co-founders Tim Ellis and Jordan Noone worked at Blue Origin and SpaceX respectively, and realized that the vast majority of their production costs was still labor, despite the efforts by both companies to decrease the price of launches considerably vs. what companies like the United Launch Alliance were charging.

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The iMac Pro draws nigh.

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Ben Simmons' rookie season was cut short last year due to a foot injury, but his debut was — as 76ers coach Brett Brown would put it — "exceptional." The 76ers ended up losing to the Washington Wizards 120-115 due to two costly turnovers and a missed three-pointer from J.J Reddick, which would of tied the game at 116 apiece. However, the 76ers future looked bright with Ben Simmons finishing the game with 18 points (7/15 FG), 5 assists, 10 rebounds, and 2 steals. On the Wizards side of things, John Wall looked like he was in mid-season form, finishing the game with a team-high 28 points (10/28 FG), 8 assists, 5 rebounds, and 2 blocks.

Bradley Beal had 25 points (6/17 FG), 4 assists, 6 rebounds, and 3 steals.
Marcin Gortat had 16 points (7/12 FG), 17 rebounds, and 3 blocks.
Kelly Oubre Jr. had 14 points (3/6 3PT), 2 assists, 8 rebounds, 2 steals, and 2 blocks.

Robert Covington had 29 points (7/11 3PT), 7 rebounds, and 2 blocks.
Joel Embiid had 18 points (7/15 FG), 3 assists, and 18 rebounds.
Markelle Fultz had 10 points (5/9 FG) and 3 rebounds.

#NBA #Wizards #76ers

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This update aligns "one of the world’s most functional calendars’ UI with its already exceptional functionality."

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Despite currently serving as one of the better teams in the entire NFC, the 4-2 Green Bay Packers are not as optimistic as they once were. With.....
#greenbaypackers #aaronrodgers #bretthundley #frsnews

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Shawn Michaels To Special Referee Huge NXT Title Match http://stillrealtous.com/shawn-michaels-special-referee-huge-match-nxt-takeover-wargames/

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Eminem - The Real Slim Shady (Lyrics)

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) says that it expects its revenues to grow by 10% during October to December, as the iPhone X goes on sale. It follows 28% growth in August in the run-up to the iPhone 8 launch. TSMC is believed to be the sole…

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I Want The HP ZBook X2 Like Crazy
This may be my dream tablet

I have long wanted a tablet for design and art work. The little 13" tablets are just a bit too small, and finding a tablet or convertable that has good hardware, good GPU, and a good screen, seemed like an impossible task. When you throw in the requirement for a digitizer that is on par with Wacom, the selection is reduced to zero.

But here... here be something interesting. It's as though everything I could have ever wanted has come in a rocket can ( Pop culture reference. Google it). I can't believe I'm saying this, but I want something that HP makes. The world is turned upside down!

#hp #tablets #microsoft #surfacepro #wacom

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New Evidence Points To Postmortem Persistence of Consciousness

New research by a team at the NYU Langone School of Medicine in New York City provides some of the strongest evidence to-date that consciousness persists for some time after the traditionally recognized point of death.

The researchers studied accounts from cardiac patients who technically died but were subsequently resuscitated. Some of these patients reported detailed memories of things like postmortem conversations between their attending medical staff, after the point when blood flow to the brain has ceased, i.e. clinical death. Their accounts were verified by medical personnel, showing their memories were accurate.

Such claims of postmortem awareness have appeared in the literature of so-called Near Death Experiences for as long as such experiences have been reported, but have been traditionally explained as false memories.

These claims have received renewed interest since a 2013 study of rat brains revealed evidence of a postmortem state of hyper awareness, suggesting that the mind may be aware when the body dies.

The evidence from different lines of research appears to be converging on a radical conclusion: the mind does not simply cease at the moment of clinical death, but may persist for a time afterwards. This is not necessarily evidence for an afterlife, but does at least suggest that the dividing line between the life and death of the mind may be far less clear than scientists have long believed.

#BlindMeWithScience #Science #NearDeathExperiences

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Brain Takes Seconds to Switch Modes During Tasks

The brain rapidly switches between operational modes in response to tasks and what is replayed can predict how well a task will be completed, according to a new UCL study in rats.

The research is in Neuron. (full open access)

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Jeremy Lin’s injury was as bad as it looked http://nyp.st/2kZBnHo

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autumn flag

#leavesonthursday +Leaves On Thursday
#hqspmacro +HQSP Macro
#btpmacropro +BTP Macro Pro

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Nelson, NV

Ghost Town Planet.
Don't stay overnight...

#tgsmu17

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Mad The Whole Time -- Fort Collins, Colorado
"People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy the whole time to have such things about us."
-- Iris Murdoch

A closeup view of a large, red Dinner Plate Hibiscus ( Hibiscus moscheutos ) in the CSU Annual Trial Garden in the late afternoon...

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Returning to South Georgia Island to visit with the Kings!

visit my Instagram for more www.instagram.com/ron_clifford
The Southern Ocean is calling
#oneoceanexp #kingpenguin #expedition

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{ From The Clothesline }

All These Things I used to Have


Yes, I stole the title from a song, I've been charmed by :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6CmJeenJgM

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tl;dr — Republicans are still shitbags, film at 11.

In Wisconsin, the intent of those who pushed for the ID law was clear. On the night of Wisconsin’s 2016 primary, GOP Rep. Glenn Grothman, a backer of the law when he was in the state Senate, predicted that a Republican would carry the state in November, even though Wisconsin had gone for Barack Obama by 7 points in 2012. “I think Hillary Clinton is about the weakest candidate the Democrats have ever put up,” he told a local TV news reporter, “and now we have photo ID, and I think photo ID is going to make a little bit of a difference as well.”

The strategy worked. While we’ll never know precisely how many people were prevented from voting, it’s safe to say that thousands of Wisconsinites like Anthony were denied one of their most fundamental rights. And with Republicans now in control of both the executive and legislative branches in the federal government and a majority of states, that problem will likely get worse.

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We all shamed Samsung for doing this.

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Facebook officially launches Explore Feed on desktop to boost Pages’ posts by @petersontee mklnd.com/2x7WVmJ

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‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ turns the Empire into an unlikely protagonist http://engt.co/2l0vwBT

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Trump suggests FBI may have 'paid for' dossier alleging Russia ties

President Donald Trump suggested Thursday that the FBI may have had a hand in creating an intelligence dossier that alleged ties between Russia and Trump's presidential campaign.

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These Two BFFs Just Became "Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Issue" Models Together https://trib.al/B2NqmZc

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#Trump / #Tillerson Pushing #India To Battle For Trade With #China
Please check the links in the comments on the YouTube :)
https://youtu.be/SgpkTWTIr4E
Illusions of Opposition (NWO-UN-Agenda21/2030)
https://youtu.be/71HKfMWTStQ

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Here's what you need to know.

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Chiefs vs. Raiders: How to watch, live stream 'Thursday Night Football': Chiefs vs. Raiders on "Thursday Night Football" is available to live stream through Amazon. Here is all the info you need to watch the game. http://dlvr.it/PwYwBn

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Is this a major selling point for you?

#android #news #google #pixel2 #smartphones

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Number of undiscovered near-Earth asteroids revised downward

Fewer large near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) remain to be discovered than astronomers thought, according to a new analysis by planetary scientist Alan W. Harris of MoreData! in La Canada, California. Harris is presenting his results this week at the 49th annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society's Division for Planetary Sciences in Provo, Utah.

Observers have been cataloging potentially hazardous asteroids for decades. Based on the number of finds, the area of sky explored, and the limiting brightness our telescopes and cameras can reach, researchers can estimate what fraction of the NEA population has been detected so far and how many more objects lurk undiscovered. Harris has published numerous such estimates over the years. Recently he realized that his estimates have been plagued by a seemingly innocuous but nonetheless consequential round-off error. Once corrected, the estimated number of large (diameter > 1 kilometer) NEAs remaining to be discovered decreases from more than 100 to less than 40.

The population ("size-frequency distribution") of NEAs is usually given in terms of number versus brightness, since most discovery surveys operate in visible (reflected) light. Brightness isn't a reliable proxy for size, though, because asteroid surfaces don't all have the same albedo, or reflectivity. NEA brightnesses are expressed in units of absolute magnitude H, with lower numbers indicating brighter objects. The IAU Minor Planet Center—the world's clearinghouse for asteroid measurements—rounds off reported values of H to the nearest 0.1 magnitude. While this is mostly unimportant, amounting to a reduction in the estimated NEA population N ( <H ) of only about 7%, it becomes significant in assessing the completion of surveys for the largest objects.

https://phys.org/news/2017-10-undiscovered-near-earth-asteroids-downward.html

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If you have problems with Google Assistant sitting quiet on AOSPA or some other ROMS (just like me) here's a thing that might help.

If you're wondering why is it in OnePlus collection - it's the bug I've mostly seen on OP phones, so posted here.
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