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What you eat can have a negative impact on your memory, cognitive function, and emotional health. Check out some of the worst foods for your brain and heart, which you should stop consuming right now.

https://medmd.org/5-foods-can-trigger-stroke/
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President Donald #Trump and South Korean President #MoonJaein held a signing ceremony for a new #UnitedStates -Korea #tradedeal following a bilateral meeting at the United Nations Monday afternoon (Sept 24). Trump expressed gratitude to Moon for his 'dedicated efforts' to reach what he called 'a historic milestone in trade.' Trump said the deal was "fair and reciprocal," and will both reduce the trade deficit and expand opportunities to export American products to #SouthKorea, including automobiles, medicine and agricultural products.


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Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in sign trade deal
https://edition.cnn.com/2018/09/24/politics/south-korea-trade-deal-korus-trump/index.html
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Check out these photos from yesterday’s win against the Green Bay Packers!

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: First Ladies of Football)
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This latest release of Aspose.Tasks for #dotnet 18.9 introduces the ability to read #activity #codes for #XER files. There are some important enhancements and bug fixes also part of this release, such as scheduling of #recurring daily #tasks has been fixed, Time-phased data for material resources has been fixed, Issues with #formula #calculation have been fixed, Exceptions while #loading #MPP files have been handled and Custom fields’ values are now formatted properly when saving a #project to #PDF. Aspose.Tasks is an advanced Project #Management #API for working with #MicrosoftProject files without using Microsoft Project. Read complete release notes: https://goo.gl/Ag2kJZ
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One of the beautiful things about the full moon is that the days before and after are almost as stunning — so if you needed a little reminder to go enjoy yesterday's full moon, it's not too late.

https://thetechinside.com/awesome-full-moon-picture-from-space/
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When the lava meets the sea, it cools quickly while boiling the ocean into steam. This results in a distinctive texture: the quenching produces a glassy outer surface from the lava cooling too quickly for crystal structure to grow. This insulates the inside of the globs, trapping any dissolved gas as bubbles and allowing internal microcrystal growth from the slightly slower cooling rate....
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Trump, who has warm relations with Iranian rivals Saudi Arabia and Israel, has pulled the United States out of an international agreement to constrict Iran's nuclear program and instead has restored sanctions.
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On September 24, US National Security Adviser #JohnBolton stated that Russian decision to supply #Syria with an #S300 air defense system would be a “significant escalation”.

“We think introducing the S-300s to the Syrian government would be a significant escalation by the Russians … and something that we hope, if these press reports are accurate, they would reconsider,” Bolton told media claiming that Iran is responsible for the #IL20 incident.

“There shouldn’t be any misunderstanding here … The party responsible for the attacks in Syria and Lebanon and really the party responsible for the shooting down of the Russian plane is Iran.
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Amazing video footage of a rainbow disappearing from the sky... the beautiful rainbow before it disappeared in the sky.......
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Ted Cruz’s Dinner Was Ruined By Anti-Kavanaugh Protesters https://nym.ag/2O6YRYt
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#China dashed prospects for a near-term resolution to the trade war with the U.S., warning President Donald #Trump his threats of further tariffs are blocking any potential negotiations. The response underscores a deepening gulf between both governments in a dispute that observers say is less about a row over a bilateral goods deficit and increasingly about a #US desire to put the brakes on China’s economic ascent.

There’s a growing consensus in Beijing that substantive talks will only be possible after U.S. mid-term elections in November. Efforts at #diplomacy have failed, with no breakthroughs since high-level talks began in May. Trump has warned that the 10% tariffs on $200bn in Chinese goods will rise to 25% in January if Beijing refuses to offer concessions.


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China Says It Won’t Hold Trade Talks Unless Trump Stops Threats
https://www.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/china-says-it-wont-hold-trade-talks-unless-trump-stops-threats-1620733
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President Donald Trump praised North Korea's Kim Jong Un as "very open" and "terrific" and announced he likely will hold a second summit with Kim "quite soon." https://trib.al/CoUfGB8
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President Donald Trump is preparing for his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, he said on Monday while meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

While critics have warned against holding another meeting when North Korea has taken no meaningful steps toward dismantling its nuclear arsenal, Trump had nothing but praise for Kim, and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended the potential sit-down as something of "enormous value" but only "if we can continue to make progress and have conversations."

Trump said that the meeting would happen "in the not too distant future," not in Singapore but a "location to be determined." He added that Kim had shown "tremendous enthusiasm ... toward making a deal" and praised their relationship as "very good. In fact, in some ways it's extraordinary."
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Trump cuts a lonely figure at the U.N.
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8 Things Your Ears Say About Your Health

Could your sore or ringing ears be a sign of something else? Find out more about what your ears can tell you about your health.

http://www.howfitness.info/what-your-ears-say-about-your-health/
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The Right Closes Ranks Behind Kavanaugh https://nym.ag/2O7T1pJ
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"Just as an oven gives off more heat to the surrounding kitchen as its internal temperature rises, the Earth sheds more heat into space as its surface warms up. Since the 1950s, scientists have observed a surprisingly straightforward, linear relationship between the Earth's surface temperature and its outgoing heat.

But the Earth is an incredibly messy system, with many complicated, interacting parts that can affect this process. Scientists have thus found it difficult to explain why this relationship between surface temperature and outgoing heat is so simple and linear. Finding an explanation could help climate scientists model the effects of climate change.

Now scientists from MIT's Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) have found the answer, along with a prediction for when this linear relationship will break down.

They observed that Earth emits heat to space from the planet's surface as well as from the atmosphere. As both heat up, say by the addition of carbon dioxide, the air holds more water vapor, which in turn acts to trap more heat in the atmosphere. This strengthening of Earth's greenhouse effect is known as water vapor feedback. Crucially, the team found that the water vapor feedback is just sufficient to cancel out the rate at which the warmer atmosphere emits more heat into space.

Their findings, which appear today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, may also help to explain how extreme, hothouse climates in Earth's ancient past unfolded. The paper's co-authors are EAPS postdoc Daniel Koll and Tim Cronin, the Kerr-McGee Career Development Assistant Professor in EAPS".

(Posted by +rasha kamel )
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