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Breaking: New Recording Supports Omarosa’s Claims of ‘N-word Tape’: Last night President Donald Trump tweeted that he never used the “N-word” and it isn’t even in his vocabulary. A new tape released by Omarosa, seems to prove that this is untrue. 'She made it up': Trump and his aides go nuclear after Omarosa claims to have heard him say the N-word on tapehttps://t.co/4nJycXZ1TC pic.twitter.com/kI5DxvE9HE — … Continue reading "Breaking: New Recording Supports Omarosa’s Claims of ‘N-word Tape’"
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Moon, Venus, Jupiter August 14 to 16 - After sunset on August 14 to 16, 2018, look west to see three brilliant worlds – the moon, Venus and Jupiter – beautifying the evening twilight. Each successive evening, after sunset, watch for the waxing crescent moon to move away from Venus and closer to Jupiter. This daily eastward movement of the moon relative to the background stars and planets of the zodiac is due to the moon’s motion in orbit around Earth. There are a total of four planets in th...
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Fox compared ‘socialist’ Denmark to Venezuela, sparking a puzzled backlash from top officials
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The Mind is NOT a Meat Computer

"The materialist view that the brain as a computer made of meat and that the mind is the software run on this carnal machine is a profound misunderstanding of neurology and of the relationship between the mind and the brain."

"The materialist view that the brain as a computer made of meat and that the mind is the software run on this carnal machine is a profound misunderstanding of neurology and of the relationship between the mind and the brain. It is akin to the error of phrenology in the 19th century when materialist neuroscientists presumed that all regions of the brain were eloquent and that complex intellectual functions could be localized to specific gyri."

"Modern neuroscience is riddled with high-tech phrenology, based on materialist assumptions that the brain is a hard drive and the mind is the program that runs on it. The use of an analogy to computation to understand the brain and the mind is fraught with fallacies."

"Many other parts of the brain can also be removed without discernable neurological injury. In fact, a vital aspect of neurosurgical practice is knowing which parts of the brain are ‘eloquent’—that is, they cannot be damaged without significant neurological injury—and which parts are ‘non-eloquent’ and can be removed without causing a significant neurological deficit."

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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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YouTube to offer cash to top creators if they use and promote new features- Technology News, Firstpost
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One solution of depression is to take a medication prescribed by a doctor, however, many of these are addictive and have side effects, such as insomnia, nausea or emotional numbness. So, you may want to try a natural treatment first to see if your symptoms subside.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/9-natural-treatments-depression/
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More favorite Perseid meteor shower photos - Miska Saarikko caught this daylight meteor Monday morning, August 13, 2018, and wrote: “Got a big one at 04:05 CET. Settings were a bit off in the camera, but still fully visible during sunrise. Taken South of Stockholm, Sweden, from my window.” Nicholas Holshouser wrote: “The Jerry Lee Lewis Memorial ‘Great Ball of Fire’ Perseid meteor. Looking west towards the Great Smoky Mountains from an overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Taken at 4:38 a.m. ...
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Weirdest Habitable Worlds - New Clues to TRAPPIST-1 Planet Compositions, Atmospheres

In the year since NASA announced the seven Earth-sized planets of the TRAPPIST-1 system, scientists have been working hard to better understand these enticing worlds just 40 light-years away.

Thanks to data from a combination of space- and ground-based telescopes, we know more about TRAPPIST-1 than any other planetary system besides our solar system.

A study in the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics, using data from NASA's Spitzer and Kepler space telescopes, offers the best-yet picture of what these planets are made of.

They used the telescope observations to calculate the densities more precisely than ever, then used those numbers in complex simulations. Researchers determined that all of the planets are mostly made of rock. Additionally, some have up to 5 percent of their mass in water, which is 250 times more than the oceans on Earth.

The form that water takes on TRAPPIST-1 planets would depend on how much heat they receive from their ultra-cool dwarf star, which is only about 9 percent as massive as our Sun. Planets closest to the star are more likely to host water in the form of atmospheric vapor, while those farther away may have water frozen on their surfaces as ice. TRAPPIST-1e is the rockiest planet of them all, but is still believed to have the potential to host some liquid water.

https://www.aanda.org/component/article?access=doi&doi=10.1051/0004-6361/201732233

https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.01377

https://www.eso.org/public/archives/releases/sciencepapers/eso1805/eso1805a.pdf

Clips, images credit: NASA's Spitzer and Kepler space telescopes, ESO/M. Kornmesser, NASA/JPL-Caltech & Hubble Space Telescope

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“It doesn’t simply take a suite of clever instruments to measure the Sun up close, although the Parker Solar Probe has those. It isn’t enough to have a thick, carbon-composite shield to withstand the incredible radiation and temperatures present in close proximity to the Sun, although the Parker Solar Probe has those, too. It also requires an incredibly complex, intricate plan to insert yourself into a stable orbit that’s capable of bringing you closer to the Sun than anything else ever has before.”

If there’s one law of physics that most people know, it’s Newton’s first law. Objects at rest remain at rest, and objects in motion remain in uniform motion, unless they’re acted on by an outside force. This applies not just to straight-line motions, but to orbiting motions as well. It isn’t just momentum that’s conserved in physics, but angular (or rotational) momentum, too. In order to touch the Sun, the Parker Solar Probe has to somehow get rid of a tremendous amount of angular momentum, and rockets alone aren’t powerful enough to do it. The trick? You have to use the other planets in the Solar System, and give up your angular momentum to them. The Parker Solar Probe will pass close by Venus a record seven times in order to do this, coming within less than 4 million miles of the Sun when they’re all over.

We’ve never touched the Sun before, but thanks to new technology, an ambitious mission, and an incredible flight plan, we’re about to accomplish what was once unthinkable.
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Inside the Galaxy Note 9, component comparison with Note 8 #GalaxyNote9 #GalaxyNote8 #Samsung #SamsungNews
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Youtube: Everything you need to know #tips #tricks #tutorial #youtube
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DisplayMate: Galaxy Note 9 has the best-performing smartphone screen #DisplayMate #GalaxyNote9 #SamsungNews #SamsungNote9
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Google's redesigned Voice app is better at juggling your calls https://engt.co/2MiXKnV
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