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#MondayMotivation knowing that cameo day is just a week away! 📸


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Cory Booker All But Calls For Trump To Be Impeached For Violating His Oath On The World Stage: The Democratic senator accused Trump of betraying the most important role of the commander-in-chief: to protect the American people.

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It’s a very rapid surge of anxiety that’s accompanied by intense physical and psychological symptoms that hit you, pass over you, and subside within a few minutes.

http://health-zone.org/11-panic-attack-symptoms-you-might-not-expect/

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Trump Tells Sean Hannity That He Had A ‘Really Amazing Time’ Selling Out America To Russia: Despite sheltering themselves safely inside the primetime Fox News bubble, Trump and Hannity are alone in their belief that Monday's press conference was good for the country.

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#Republicanparty leaders denounced President Donald #Trump's press conference with Russian President #VladimirPutin in Helsinki on Monday (July 16), saying Trump's message conveyed 'weakness,' was a 'missed opportunity' and made the US 'look like a pushover.' Top Republican Senator #JohnMcCain called Trump's summit in Helsinki a 'tragic mistake,' lamenting that the US president was 'unable' to stand up to Putin.

#PaulRyan said in a statement that Trump 'must appreciate that Russia is not our ally.' Republican #BobCorker, told reporters that the Helsinki press conference was 'not a good moment' for the US. Senator #LindseyGraham tweeted that the meeting in Helsinki was a 'missed opportunity by President Trump to firmly hold Russia accountable for 2016 meddling and deliver a strong warning regarding future elections.' Senator #JeffFlake blasted Trump on Twitter saying that his words were 'shameful' and that he never imagined a US president would blame the US for 'Russian aggression.'


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US #Republicans condemn Donald Trump's Helsinki remarks
https://www.dw.com/en/us-republicans-condemn-donald-trumps-helsinki-remarks/a-44701299

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NASA ScienceCasts: Art & Science on Station
July 16, 2018: The WORF and the optical quality window on the International Space Station are a perfect blend of art and science, allowing for Earth science research and amazing high-resolution photos.

ISS Science: http://nasa.gov/iss-science
NASA Science: http://science.nasa.gov/

Credit: NASA
Duration: 3 minutes, 35 seconds
Release Date: July 16, 2018

+NASA Johnson Space Center
+NASA Earth Observatory
+Star Trek

#NASA #Space #ISS #Science #Art #Earth #WORF #Photography #OpticalQualityWindow #EarthObservation #Destiny #Module #Research #Astronauts #UnitedStates #Expedition56 #Human #Spaceflight #Spacecraft #STEM #Education #StarTrek #TV #ScienceFiction #HD #Video

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Eagle Nebula: A Quick Look | NASA Chandra
July 16, 2018: New stars form in clusters containing large amounts of dust and gas, including structures like the Pillars of Creation. A newly forming star is located near the tip of the largest Pillar.

The atmospheres of young stars produce X-ray emission, and disks of dust and gas surrounding many of them produce infrared light. Astronomers combine X-ray and infrared data to study the behavior of young stars.

X-ray activity in young stars with disks is, on average, a few times less intense that in young stars without disks.

Credit: Chandra X-ray Observatory
Duration: 1 minute, 8 seconds
Release Date: July 16, 2018

+NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory
+NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
+NASA

#NASA #Astronomy #Science #Space #Nebula #Eagle #M16 #NGC6611 #PillarsOfCreation #Star #Cluster #Stars #Serpens #Cosmos #Universe #MSFC #Chandra #Xray #Observatory #ESA #XMMNewton #Marshall #STEM #Education #HD #Video

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If you take good care of your lungs, they can last a lifetime. The lungs are very durable if they’re not attacked from the outside. Here are 12 things you can do to keep your lungs healthy as you age.

http://www.hownutrition.info/12-ways-keep-lungs-strong-healthy/

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Here are 15 Great Shots From The Hubble Telescope. These are public files that can be found in numerous places. There is a ton of them but here are 15 I really personally thought were cool. These images are some of my favorites. Just goes to show how far we've come. This video is 01:42 long.

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Relax and check out these great shots! I like these personally and I encourage you to check out the NASA royalty free videos online. These are just some of the amazing photos you can find here on my channel. I hope you enjoyed this video. The view of the Universe through these images it quite amazing and these are some of the astounding NASA Hubble Telescope pictures with audio swap with calm ambient music.

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Luckily, you can help reduce your risk of the disease by cutting certain foods out of your diet. This article reveals the 7 worst foods for your brain.

http://www.howfitness.info/7-worst-foods-for-your-brain/

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Mount Cheam, fall foliage, and the Fraser River in Agassiz, British Columbia, Canada.

More photos here: https://www.mrussellphotography.com/blog/mount-cheam-fraser-river-agassiz/

#For #mountainmonday (+Mountain Monday) by +Michael Russell
+Landscape Photography #landscapephotography by Margaret Tompkins et al.

#mountains #photography #photos #britishcolumbia #mountcheam #landscapes

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Jeff Bezos plans to charge upwards of $300,000 for a ticket to space http://tnw.me/lHUtzZ6

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CloudPainter won first place in the Robotart robot art competition. "Incorporating machine-learning technology, CloudPainter was able to paint evocative portraits with varying degrees of abstraction. The source code and 3d models for CloudPainter are available online, and its creator has written about and given talks on his philosophy and methodology."

PIX18/Creative Machines Lab from Columbia Univeristy won 2nd place, CMIT ReART from Kasetsart University (Thailand) won 3rd place, Late Night Projects won 4th, Joanne Hastie won 5th, Jeremy Kraybill -- Independent (Australia), BABOT from MIT won 7th, Ozpainter (Australia) won 8th, CARP from Worcester Polytechnic Institute won 9th, Portrait Painter Robot Project from Spain won 10th. You can check out all their art at the website.

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At Monday’s (July 16) summit in Helsinki, two leaders not known for their love of diplomacy both tried out an act as elder statesmen, trading lofty phrases about shared interests and respect that could turn around the troubled relations between #Russia and the #UnitedStates. The shtick lasted about a half hour before Donald #Trump and #VladimirPutin’s political instincts took over and their first official summit press conference descended into farce.

Trump had handed Putin a singular media victory, the soundbite of a US president at a summit telling the world that he did not believe his intelligence or law enforcement agents in favour of the foreign leader he had gone to meet. The message seemed clear. Even if Trump trusts Putin, the secret service are not taking any chances. Lost in the fireworks of Monday evening’s press conference of course was any real substance about what the two world leaders talked about.


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The Trump-Putin statesman show soon turns knockabout
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/jul/16/the-trump-putin-statesman-show-soon-turns-knockabout

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Samsung's Galaxy S10 To Come In Three Sizes, With An In-Display Fingerprint Sensor - Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 in three different sizes: 5.8 inches, 6

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5 Healthiest Fruits are best for Body Strength and Growth
#HealthyFruits #FruitsForGrowth #HealthTips #HomeRemedy
https://inlifestyle.info/5-healthiest-fruits-are-best-for-body-strength-and-growth/
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Paralyzed man invents hands-free instrument. Now he wants to play the anthem at a MLB game http://tnw.me/eBPGzhJ

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"A NASA scientist's final scientific paper, published posthumously this month, reveals new insights into one of the most complex challenges of Earth's climate: understanding and predicting future atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases and the role of the ocean and land in determining those levels.

A paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences was led by Piers J. Sellers, former director of the Earth Sciences Division at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, who died in December 2016. Sellers was an Earth scientist at NASA Goddard and later an astronaut who flew on three space shuttle missions.

The paper includes a significant overarching message: The current international fleet of satellites is making real improvements in accurately measuring greenhouse gases from space, but in the future a more sophisticated system of observations will be necessary to understand and predict Earth's changing climate at the level of accuracy needed by society.

Sellers wrote the paper along with colleagues at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the University of Oklahoma. Work on the paper began in 2015, and Sellers continued working with his collaborators up until about six weeks before he died. They carried on the research and writing of the paper until its publication this week.

The paper focuses on the topic that was at the center of Sellers' research career: Earth's biosphere and its interactions with the planet's climate. In the 1980s he helped pioneer computer modeling of Earth's vegetation. In the new paper, Sellers and co-authors investigated "carbon cycle-climate feedbacks" - the potential response of natural systems to climate change caused by human emissions - and laid out a vision for how to best measure this response on a global scale from space.

The exchange of carbon between the land, ocean and air plays a huge role in determining the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which will largely determine Earth's future climate. But, there are complex interactions at play. While human-caused emissions of greenhouses gases are building up in the atmosphere, land ecosystems and the ocean still offset about 50 percent of all those emissions. As the climate warms scientists are unsure whether forests and the ocean will continue to absorb roughly half of the emissions - acting as a carbon sink - or if this offset becomes lower, or if the sinks become carbon sources".

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The foods you eat play a role in keeping your brain healthy and can improve specific mental tasks, such as memory and concentration. This article lists 11 foods that boost your brain.

https://www.thehealthypage.com/11-best-foods-to-boost-brain-and-memory/

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In the past few months, Elon Musk has become a bigger, more snarling presence on social media. But has he now gone too far?
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