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The brain requires nutrients just like your heart, lungs or muscles do. But which foods are particularly important to keep our grey matter happy and healthy?

Here are 5 choices you can make today for better brain health.

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Regardless of one's opinion of Trump, Omarosa's behavior was and still remains inexcusable! She was clearly seeking her 15 minutes of fame!

#Omarosa #Trump

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Google is tracking your every move even when you tell it to stop – here’s how to fix it

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NASA administrator to support Trump's 'Space Force', if the two work separately- Technology News, Firstpost

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If we ever decide to colonize our nearest celestial companion, these quakes could prove to be quite a problem, so understanding them is crucial.

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For people who hate their money...

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Eugene Parker watches NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Launch
Eugene Parker, Professor Emeritus at the University of Chicago, watches the Aug. 12, 2018 launch of NASA’s Parker Solar Probe at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The mission is named in honor of Parker for his pioneering research on the sun and the solar wind.

Credit: The University of Chicago
Duration: 1 minute
Image Date: August 12, 2018
(Footage courtesy of NASA and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory)

+The University of Chicago
+JHU Applied Physics Laboratory
+Johns Hopkins University
+United Launch Alliance
+NASA Goddard
+NASA Goddard Space Weather Research Center
+NASA's Kennedy Space Center

#NASA #Astronomy #Science #Space #Probe #Parker #SolarProbe #Spacecraft #EugeneParker #Pioneer #Astrophysicist #SolarWind #Heliophysics #University #Chicago #SpaceWeather #Sun #Solar #Corona #Star #JHUAPL #Goddard #UnitedStates #History #STEM #Education #HD #Video

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Ruben Villa Returns to Action Aug. 24 - Ruben Villa (12-0, 5 KOs), one of the rising talents in the featherweight division, takes to the ring for the fourth time this year on Friday, Aug. Continue reading Ruben Villa Returns to Action Aug. 24 at Boxing News 24.

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A federal judge appointed by President Donald Trump ruled Monday that special counsel Robert Mueller's probe is constitutional and legitimate, rejecting an effort by a Russian company -- accused of financing a massive political influence operation in the United States -- to stamp out the ongoing investigation.

Judge Dabney Friedrich, who Trump appointed to the U.S. District Court of Washington D.C. last year, is the fourth judge to quash efforts to upend Mueller's legitimacy and cancel his investigation. Judges overseeing the two trials of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort -- D.C. judge Amy Berman Jackson and Eastern District of Virginia Judge T.S. Ellis -- rejected Manafort's bid to invalidate Mueller.

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Add "time zones" to the things that Trump doesn't understand. Or at the most charitable, never thinks about because he never stops to think about anything.

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The Statue

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NASA 60th: What’s Out There
In the past 60 years, NASA (1958-2018) has advanced our understanding of our solar system and beyond. We continually ask “What’s out there?” as we advance humankind and send spacecraft to explore.

Congress passed the National Aeronautics and Space Act, on July 16 and President Eisenhower signed it into law on July 29, 1958. NASA opened for business on Oct. 1, 1958.

Our history tells a story of exploration, innovation and discoveries.
The next 60 years, that story continues.

Learn more:

Credit: NASA
Duration: 4 minutes
Release Date: August 13, 2018

+James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)

#NASA #Earth #Space #Astronomy #NASA60th #Humanity #Future #Exploration #Discovery #Mars #RedPlanet #SLS #Rocket #Orion #Spacecraft #JourneyToMars #Europa #Jupiter #SolarSystem #Hubble #JWST #JamesWebb #Telescope #Cosmos #Universe #UnitedStates #History #STEM #Education #HD #Video

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Pictures of retired UFC fighter Ronda Rousey

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The First Photos from Space: 1946
Almost 14 months after the end of World War II and almost 11 years before Russia's Sputnik launch, suborbital rocketry began to be used in the United States in 1946, using captured German V-2 rockets. On October 24, 1946, American military engineers and scientists, launched a German V-2 rocket from the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico capturing the first photos of Earth from space. The rocket had no pointing capability and had very simple instrumentation. What started after World War II as a simple rocket experiment in 1946 led to the world of satellite technology; instant worldwide communications; geolocation; reconnaissance, and more.

Credit: National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
Duration: 7 minutes, 18 seconds
Release Date: December 1, 2016

+National Reconnaissance Office
+The U.S. Army

#Earth #Space #Rocket #Spaceflight #Suborbital #Launch #Experiment #Photography #Camera #V2 #WWII #WorldWarII #WernhervonBraun #Pioneer #Germany #Deutschland #History #Science #Technology #Engineering #Aerospace #USArmy #WhiteSands #MissileRange #NewMexico #UnitedStates #NRO #Reconnaissance #STEM #Education #Video

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Rachel Maddow Warns That Trump Is Slowly Picking Off Witnesses In The Mueller Investigation: This is obstruction of justice in plain sight, and it's more evidence that Donald Trump recognizes just how much legal jeopardy he is in.

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Trump and the Republicans who support him are criminally deceitful.
It's too late for these particular malignant narcissists to change, but we can have hope for the future since their children are not swayed by elder corruption.

The way forward is to eject the corrupt at the election.
Make sure your voter registration is current, get out there on polling day and vote them out.

From the article:

Bobby Goodlatte @rsg

_I just gave the maximum allowed donation to Jennifer Lewis, a democrat running for my father's congressional seat. I've also gotten 5 other folks to commit to donate the max. 2018 is the year to flip districts — let's do this! _
10:19 AM - Aug 13, 2018

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An apparent oversight by Vermont's founders more than 225 years ago was enough to encourage this politically precocious teen to collect the signatures needed to place him on the primary ballot.

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A Boston newspaper is proposing a coordinated editorial response from publications across the US to President Donald Trump's frequent attacks on the news media.

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Investigators concluded treatment of detainees at the Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center did not meet the state's legal threshold of abuse or neglect.

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Samsung will release its first 5G phone in early 2019, but it will not be the Galaxy S10 #Samsung #SamsungNews #GalaxyS10 #5G
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