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“I was reading about Saturn’s moon Enceladus, and how scientists believe it has liquid water oceans beneath its water-ice crust. And yet I also read that the warmest surface temperatures are -90 celsius. How can this moon have liquid water? […] At such cold temperatures and low pressures it seems Enceladus can have water ice and water gas but not liquid. What am I missing?”

Here on Earth, water can easily exist in all three phases of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. The reason for this is simple: Earth has the right range of temperatures and pressures to experience not just the common solid and gas phases, but the liquid water phase, too. In the outer Solar System, worlds like Europa, Enceladus, and Pluto are too far from the Sun to ever reach surface temperatures high enough to create a liquid phase; it seems that water is a no-go. But there must be subsurface oceans on these worlds! Not only is there geological evidence of an ocean beneath a thick layer of ice, but on some worlds, like Enceladus, we can actually see large plumes of liquid water ejected hundreds of kilometers above the surface, like some sort of planet-scale geyser. While the increased pressure from the ice plays a role, it isn’t enough on its own; there must be other factors, too.

How do worlds that never get above freezing actually come to have liquid water on their surfaces? Find out on this week’s Ask Ethan!

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I have for you
Top 10 Engineering memes in this video
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Google bought part of HTC this past week. What does that mean for them and us? #Google #HTC

by: +Andrew Allen

http://yte.fyi/2xvNobY

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Download The New Google Plus Adder 2017

GOOGLE PLUS ADDER is a software designed to bring about an instant positive impact on your online marketing. It has been crafted to boost marketing on Google +


LINKS FOR FREE DOWNLOAD

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The Meaning of Trump's Attack on Colin Kaepernick https://trib.al/P6BVZCC

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Moving water is much more efficient at powering a turbine than air. As long as the moon drives the tides and the earth's rotation circulates the ocean, we have a reliable and clean source of energy.

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Why Israel Is Against 2 States Solution On Palestine - The United Nations Security Council meeting, an annual event, started its 72nd session few days ago at the UN Headquarters in United States of America. More than 100 world leaders, thousands of diplomats and advocates are presently in New York City, in an event scheduled to hold from 19-25 September 2017 to fashion out a way forward in pursuit of global peace and security. This year rsqu ...

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09/22-23/2017 That That Is Like Never Before in the America's History: We Will Make America Proud! We Will Make America Safe! We Will Make America Great Again! President Trump in 'Sweet Home Alabama', Gives Extraordinary Powerful Speech! This Rally is A Phenomenally Terrific! President Donald J.Trump Campaign for Alabama Senator #LutherStrange in #Huntsville, Alabama Rally 2017! You Tube!

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YouTuber Tilmen recently received the opportunity to visit Bethesda and get some hands-on time with DOOM for the Nintendo Switch. Naturally he accepted the invitation and has uploaded fifteen minutes of ultra-violent footage that you would expect from the…

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Steph Curry said Friday at the Warriors' media day that he didn't want to go to the White House and would vote against it.

https://nesn.com/2017/09/donald-trump-disinvites-stephen-curry-from-warriors-white-house-visit/

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Ray Parks profile pic from tweeter #starwars #darthmaul #sith

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Wize Video Editor beta
https://www.testingcatalog.com/project/609/reports

This is an intuitive video editor. After a couple of attempts, I must say that for me it was a bit far from intuitive. Maybe controls position on the main screen is not that bad (and not unique at the same time) but the functionality and usability behind aren’t user-friendly.
The first thing I noticed is that I can only add images to the timeline and not videos. They are just not visible in the file browser. If it was an intention, the name of this app should be different because it is more an image-to-video converter/editor.
This app in general looks like a port of Linux software to the android which is not the best way to build an app. From the product side, I would suggest to throw out all features except core features like adding images to the timeline and video playback. This will focus development on the core functionality - allow the user to create good and interesting content (in a form of video with pictures).

Issues:

- The user can see a pre-selected picture on start which is confusing. The user should see a blank interface at the beginning and learn how to add/delete images to the timeline by himself.
- The font on the onSave pop-up with a tip about video editing is not readable (Screenshot). In addition to that - why the user would need those tips?
- Image browsing hangs on loading from time to time (50% chance) and the user cannot select an image.
- A play button doesn’t play a full set of pictures if there are many pictures.
- An app crashed once on the main screen after pressing back button from horizontal image selector.
- An image list resets sometimes after adding a new image (shows only on)

Those are just some of many.

#video #editor #image #videoeditor #editting #videos #betatesting #beta #testing #qa #androidtesting #softwaretesting #testmyapp #betaapps #mobileqa #testautomation #selenium #mobtesting #android #apkplz #androidapps #apps #googleplay #applications #app #androidapp #mobile #mobileapp #androiddev #development #java #dev #androiddevs #agile #tech #design #materialdesign #crash #bug #bugreport #issue #issuereport #report #review #feedback #freereview

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The message to Trump from the rest of the world should be "You're either with us or against us."

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Here's a constructive critical look at Bernie's foreign policy speech.

#Bernie2020

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The sun’s strongest flare in 11 years might help explain a solar paradox


https://www.sciencenews.org/article/sun-solar-flares-paradox

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Google’s new trade in program can bag you up to $388 off a Pixel

http://www.androidauthority.com/google-pixel-trade-in-program-802230

Shared from my Google feed

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While screeners of the new series have been kept under lock and key, a few salacious details pertaining to Sonequa Martin-Green's character have been revealed — namely that she’s Spock’s foster-sister, a human who has been raised with stone-cold Vulcan values, and that she could be a key influencer in a war brewing within this universe.

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A Lady of Sembagek Traditional Village

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Weekend Play Store deals: 30 premium free apps and 20 on-sale apps
https://www.goandroid.co.in/weekend-play-store-deals-30-premium-free-apps-20-sale-apps/70913/

#Android #PlayStore #apps #deals #games #samsung #google

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Concussion rules are “ruining the game”. President Nero thinks black football players should serve and die for his entertainment.

I’m surprised he didn’t advocate whipping them for disrespecting him. He certainly talks like a slave owner.

The man is sick. No, he’s beyond sick. He is evil.

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Highly precise wiring in the cerebral cortex

Our brains house extremely complex neuronal circuits whose detailed structures are still largely unknown. This is especially true for the cerebral cortex of mammals, where, among other things, vision, thoughts or spatial orientation are computed. Here, the rules by which nerve cells are connected to each other are only partly understood. A team of scientists around Moritz Helmstaedter at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research have now discovered a surprisingly precise nerve cell connectivity pattern in the part of the cerebral cortex that is responsible for orienting the individual animal or human in space. The researchers report online in Nature that synapses in this region of the brain are sorted very precisely along the electrical cables of the nerve cells. The nerve cells establish an unexpectedly precise circuit motive in which inhibitory nerve cells are contacted before the activation of the next nerve cell can be executed. This motif of nerve cell "trios" is a core connectivity motif in the cerebral cortex. Scientists speculate that such a highly precise circuit motive could be used for computing hypotheses about the next step in space. Connectomics researchers have now used their repertoire of measuring and analysis techniques to study the part of the cerebral cortex in which grid cells provide a very particular representation of the space around the individual animal or human. These grid cells are active when the animal or human is located at highly ordered grid-like locations in a room or a large space. Previously, scientists had already found a special arrangement of nerve cells in this region of the brain, and had speculated that within these special cell assemblies, particular nerve cell circuits could exist.

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Neuroscientist reveals the most important factor in changing your brain and improving your mood

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1966's Star Trek not only started a sci-fi franchise that continues to this day, it also inspired real-world scientists to dream bigger. See more on Building Star Trek tonight at 8.
https://youtu.be/Dcgta5ncjtk

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All NFL fans should be rooting for Jerry Jones in this! Goodell is ruining the league and needs to go before it's too late.

#DallasCowboys #JerryJones #RogerGoodell #NFL

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The odds like these teams to take a W in Week 3.

https://nesn.com/2017/09/nfl-odds-packers-chiefs-ravens-among-betting-favorites-in-week-3/

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A Conjunction of Comets
Image Credit & Copyright: Jose J. Chambo (Cometografia)
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170923.html

A conjunction of comets is captured in this pretty star field from the morning of September 17. Discovered in July by a robotic sky survey searching for supernovae, comet C/2017 O1 ASASSN is at the lower left. The visible greenish glow of its coma is produced by the fluorescence of diatomic carbon molecules in sunlight. Nearing its closest approach to the Sun, the binocular comet was only about 7.2 light-minutes from Earth. In the same telescopic field of view is the long-tailed, outbound comet C/2015 ER61 PanSTARRS at the upper right, almost 14 light-minutes away. Many light-years distant, the starry background includes faint, dusty nebulae of the Milky Way. The well-known Pleiades star cluster lies just off the top right of the frame.

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Opinion: Google, HTC, LG, Too Many Chefs In Pixel 2 Kitchen

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Today, we have The New York Times and The Washington Post repeatedly publishing front-page articles about allegations that some #Russians with “links” to the Kremlin bought $100,000 in #Facebook ads to promote some issues deemed hurtful to #HillaryClinton’s campaign although some of the ads ran after the election.

Initially, Facebook could find no evidence of even that small effort but was pressured in May by Sen. #MarkWarner, D-Virginia. The Washington Post reported that Warner, who is spearheading the #RussiaGate investigation in the Senate Intelligence Committee, flew to Silicon Valley and urged Facebook executives to take another look at possible ad buys.

Facebook responded to this congressional pressure by scouring its billions of monthly users and announced that it had located 470 suspect accounts associated with ads totaling $100,000 – out of Facebook’s $27 billion in annual revenue.

Here is how the Times described those findings: “Facebook officials disclosed that they had shut down several hundred accounts that they believe were created by a Russian company linked to the Kremlin and used to buy $100,000 in ads pushing divisive issues during and after the American election campaign.” (It sometimes appears that every Russian — all 144 million of them — is somehow “linked” to the Kremlin.)

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Paranoid Android 7.3.0 Brings New Camera App, Additional Launcher Customization Features, BlueBorne Patches, and More

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Infection in Pregnant Pigs Leads to Antisocial Piglets

Some scientists think that immune cells called microglia are affected in the fetal brain when the mother’s body starts fighting an infection.

The research is in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. (full open access)

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Painting of a Boy Walking in a Colorful Fall Forest

The season for autumn hikes has returned in Muskoka so I wanted to share one of my favorite Fall paintings done a couple years ago. I was trying to capture some of the color and glow of the forest and a sense of the adventure and magical mystery the boy is entering as he heads down a winding trail in the deep woods. It is a picture pulled from memory of one of my autumn adventures, and a picture of the autumn adventures taken every year since.

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Carmelo Anthony Includes Cleveland Or Oklahoma City As Trade Destinations

NBA training camp begins next week. Carmelo Anthony is still a member of the New York Knicks.

The Knicks must get Anthony's approval prior to trading him with a no trade clause in his contract. The latest rumor related to Anthony is that he is willing to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Oklahoma City Thunder. He was only willing to go to the Houston Rockets earlier this off-season.


What do you think about Anthony possibly going to the Cavs or the Thunder?



https://mindbodycollide.blogspot.com


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09/22-23/2017 Incredible! Famously & Graceful!!! First Lady Melania Trump Participate at White House Garden with Girls & Boys Club to Practices of Great Gardening & Connection with Nature!
Love This Unique Topic! #TheWhiteHouse You Tube!

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This is the podcast you are looking for. Thank the Force it's Friday!

Rebel Force Radio: 9.22.17

We have fresh info about THE LAST JEDI, specifically Porgs and their delectability, from DK’s new book “Star Wars Made Easy”.  Mark Hamill saves the Disney Company the trouble by announcing the release date for the next trailer for EPISODE IX on Twitter…Then he takes it back! We dig deep to see if there is any truth behind Mark’s “joke”. Lucasfilm announces who will be their promotional partners for THE LAST JEDI and discuss the future for Disney’s plan to stream their properties independently, including STAR WARS. We speculate what that will mean financially for the company and how it will effect fans. Plus, listener voice mail, space horses, and we present a snack review for Pop Chips Star Wars Galaxy Puffs that goes horribly south.

Mp3 link: goo.gl/ZLpkjo

rebelforceradio.com

#StarWars #TheLastJedi #Porgs
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