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Researchers have identified a young star with four Jupiter and Saturn-sized planets in orbit around it, the first time that so many massive planets have been detected in such a young system.

https://todaysintech.com/giant-planets-discovery-near-young-star-leave-astronomers-stunned/
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9 tips and tricks to improve your google search efficiency #google #tips #tricks #seo #news
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Daredevil Season 3 Ending Explained - Bullseye and Daredevil Season 4 Predictions!

#marvel   #mcu  
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In the fantasyland of Trumpistan a bill which passed with 98 votes to 1 had "very poor support."
Trump continues to lie to people who reward him for those same lies.

People cheered as Trump praised a man for assaulting a journalist who was doing his job.

The video linked below raises two very important questions...
What kind of insane ideology does it take, to cheer on this blatant liar?

What sort of people cheer in approval of violence and what kind of family members taught them these values?

Vote against the people who defend the liar..
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Obama: Republicans created divisions in America https://nyp.st/2EFupkQ
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White Baneberry's berries look like creepy eyeballs. One of its common names is also "Doll's Eyes." These berries are extremely poisonous if you eat them, according to the Missouri Botanical Garden. That's why many animals avoid the plant. Humans should, too......
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Bizarre New Star Formation Casts Doubt on How the Solar System Formed

Everything we know about the formation of solar systems might be wrong, says University of Florida astronomy professor Jian Ge and his postdoc, Bo Ma. They’ve discovered the first “binary–binary” – two massive companions around one star in a close binary system, one so-called giant planet and one brown dwarf, or “failed star”

The first, called MARVELS-7a, is 12 times the mass of Jupiter, while the second, MARVELS-7b, has 57 times the mass of Jupiter.

Astronomers believe that planets in our solar system formed from a collapsed disk-like gaseous cloud, with our largest planet, Jupiter, buffered from smaller planets by the asteroid belt.

In the new binary system, HD 87646, the two giant companions are close to the minimum mass for burning deuterium and hydrogen, meaning that they have accumulated far more dust and gas than what a typical collapsed disk-like gaseous cloud can provide. They were likely formed through another mechanism. The stability of the system despite such massive bodies in close proximity raises new questions about how protoplanetary disks form.

Read more here: http://news.ufl.edu/articles/2016/10/first-pluto-now-this-discovery-of-first-binary-binary-calls-solar-system-formation-into-question.php

The research has been published in the Astronomical Journal.
https://arxiv.org/abs/1608.03597

Clips, images credit: ESO/L. Calçada/M. Kornmesser, ESA/HUBBLE & NASA / JPL-Caltech & nemesis maturity own work

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library
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Which pair of the Duchess of Sussex's #RoyalTour shades are YOUR favourite?
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Trump is an Idiot and Must be Removed.
Vote! Vote Democrat! Neuter Him!!

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#Russiagate hysteria is what damaged US-Russia relations to the point of #INF treaty breaking down, #CarterPage believes.

Former Trump adviser Carter Page reveals that he told the CIA about his trips to Russia and says the Russiagate probe spawned by the “dodgy” Steele dossier is damaging relations between Washington and Moscow.
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The Supreme Court siding with the Trump administration to block questioning of decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. https://trib.al/p8iGomA
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"Researchers have found that global changes, including warming temperatures and increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, are causing a decrease in the availability of a key nutrient for terrestrial plants. This could affect the ability of forests to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and reduce the amount of nutrients available for the creatures that eat them.

"Even if atmospheric carbon dioxide is stabilized at low enough levels to mitigate the most serious impacts of climate change, many terrestrial ecosystems will increasingly display signs of too little nitrogen as opposed to too much," said study co-author Andrew Elmore of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. "Preventing these declines in nitrogen availability further emphasizes the need to reduce human-caused carbon dioxide emissions."

Although the focus on nitrogen availability is often on developed, coastal regions, such as the Chesapeake Bay, that struggle with eutrophication--runoff of nitrogen pollution from fertilized farms and lawns that feeds algae blooms and leads to the reduction in oxygen in the waters--the story is very different on less developed land, such as the mountains of western Maryland.

"This idea that the world is awash in nitrogen and that nitrogen pollution is causing all these environmental effects has been the focus of conversations in the scientific literature and popular press for decades," said Elmore. "What we're finding is that it has hidden this long-term trend in unamended systems that is caused by rising carbon dioxide and longer growing seasons."

Researchers studied a database of leaf chemistry of hundreds of species that had been collected from around the world from 1980-2017 and found a global trend in decreasing nitrogen availability. They found that most terrestrial ecosystems, such as forests and land that has not been treated with fertilizers, are becoming more oligotrophic, meaning too little nutrients are available".

(Posted by +rasha kamel )
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Earth’s inner core is solid, 'J waves' suggest

"...A new study could help us understand how our planet was formed. Scientists report that their research shows that Earth's inner core is solid -- a finding made possible by a new method for detecting shear waves, or 'J waves' in the inner core."

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/10/181019135124.htm
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Fantasy Foobtall: 6 Week 8 Waiver Wire Targets - by Kyle Robert

The Week 8 waiver wire has a good batch of names that can help you both in the short and long term. One RB can be found in about half of fantasy leagues and can be a fantasy stud rest of the way. The rest of names can help you in the short term or have potential to be long term options.

#NFL #FantasyFootball #WaiverWire
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Mars could support alien life in brine under its surface, scientists reveal
Animals like sponges could be hiding in pools on the Red Planet

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