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Inside Amazon’s surveillance-powered no-checkout convenience store

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Mars as big as a candy Bar? Don't coax- it's a Hoax, but watch for its enlargement in mid-2018, since it's Superdead!
Mystery of Mars lies with its Failure to correlate with anything on Earrh- except sandstorms.

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The Oklahoma City Thunder blew out the Cleveland Cavaliers 148-124 to win its fourth straight game.

On a night where Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James expected to score the 25 points needed to eclipse the 30,000 career points mark, the Akron native came up short in what was a complete blowout. Once again, the Cavaliers defense was terrible. The Cavaliers gave up 43 points in the first quarter, which allowed the Thunder to build an early 19 point lead. The Thunder shot 58 percent from the field and 47 percent from three-point range. Not only was the defense a concern for the Cavaliers in yesterday's game, but the rebounding was also terrible. The Thunder outrebounded the Cavaliers 64-36. Paul George finished the game with a team-high 36 points, Russell Westbrook had a 20-20 game with assists, and the entire Thunder starting lineup combined for 121 of the team's 148 points.

Paul George had 36 points (12/19 FG), 2 assists, and 7 rebounds.
Carmelo Anthony had 29 points (11/19 FG), 3 assists, and 10 rebounds.
Steven Adams had 25 points (12/13 FG) and 10 rebounds.
Russell Westbrook had 23 points (9/17 FG), 20 assists, 9 rebounds, and 2 steals.

Isaiah Thomas had 24 points (8/14 FG) and 4 assists.
LeBron James had 18 points (8/17 FG), 7 assists, and 3 rebounds.
Jae Crowder had 17 points (7/12 FG), 4 assists, and 4 rebounds.

#NBA #Thunder #Cavaliers

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USA TODAY: 20 handy things you didn’t know Google Photos could do. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw97-auzM

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"Tattoo" lingerie is a thing—and it's so pretty.

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Your blood type could raise or lower your risk for certain diseases. Learn how type A, B, AB, or O could impact your long term health.

https://health-zone.org/5-things-blood-type-says-health/

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Star-hop from Orion to Planet 9 - Above image of Planet 9’s path via Wikipedia Tonight, let the constellation Orion the Hunter show you the approximate position of the hypothetical Planet 9 in the starry sky. As of now, nobody has yet seen this hypothetical solar system planet, which, if it exists, is large and very distant. But – still, hypothetically speaking – there are reasons to believe it does exist, and so … the hunt is on. Read more: Help astronomers look for Planet 9 The astronomer...

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Why inclusion in the Google Arts & Culture selfie feature matters

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Museum Island and TV Tower

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lonely rider

#hqspphotoart +HQSP Photo Art
#spectrumsunday by +Laura Ockel+Spectrum Sunday
#btplandscapepro +BTP Landscape Pro

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It's tulip time III
I love the old lens! #project365

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Ruby Mountains and Milky Way

The Milky Way shines in the night sky over a creek in the Ruby Mountains in the Great Basin of Nevada. I spent a few days here last fall hiking in these glacial carved peaks in a cold dry desert that is the Great Basin.

This was taken with my Sony A7S and Samyang 12mm fisheye lens

#wildernessphotographer #nightscape #astrophotography #nightscapephotography #landscape #rubymountains #nevada #greatbasin #milkyway #sonya7s #samyang #fisheye

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when things go right ;)

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MUST READ - COMPUTER PROGRAMMER FACTS

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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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10 Biggest Impact Craters on Earth | #Geology #GeologyPage #Crater

Read More: http://www.geologypage.com/2017/05/10-biggest-impact-craters-earth.html

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Mini-brains cannot think, but they do open a new window into how neurons grow and function, and they could change our understanding of everything from basic brain activities to the causes of schizophrenia and autism (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/535006/brain-organoids/).
Shielded by our thick skulls and swaddled in layers of protective tissue, the human brain is extremely difficult to observe in action. Luckily, scientists can use brain organoids — pencil-eraser-sized masses of cells that function like human brains but aren’t part of an organism — to look closer. How do they do it? And is it ethical? Madeline Lancaster (http://www2.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/group-leaders/h-to-m/madeline-lancaster/) shares how to make a brain in a lab.

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This Miami House Has an Actual Lazy River Running Through It http://hsbu.us/mpf14La

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Google's Gboard debuts a quick way to create reaction GIFs http://engt.co/2BiCVPC

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Think this is a viable camera design?

#android #news #nokia #photography #tech
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