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Recently, the host of the Daily Show, Trevor Noah, shared that he thought that Michael Jackson was singing in Tswana, a South African language, in “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.” Watch the clip here: https://youtu.be/ssRLAoTgzEQ
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The colours of Paris in my eyes
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Adam Stevens: "There's just so many rules. If anybody would ever see the rule book, it would take you a week to read it."

Tags: #adamstevens #kylebusch #nascar
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Astronomers have uncovered a diverse collection of exotic extrasolar planets. While no two have been exactly alike, pretty much all of them fit under general classifications.

From large to small, we have the following types (and some key details for each one)

https://thetechinside.com/new-class-of-planets-mega-earth-discovered-by-astronomers/
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Brillangoer - Dusky leaf monkey

For more monkeys:
https://anjawessels.photography/my-stick/

or

https://anjawessels.photography/primates/

Camera: Canon EOS 650D
Lens: TAMRON 70-300mm

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#photography #monkey #primate #Brillangoer #DuskyLeafMonkey
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No offence, but losing an election to Donald Trump is like getting beat by a grand piano at a swim meet. All Hillary Clinton had to do was float and freestyle. She had two chances and blew them, Vinay Menon writes.

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{ From The Clothesline }

Dreams Intertwined
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Autism Behaviors Show Unique Brain Network Fingerprints in Infants

Researchers identified unique functional brain networks associated with characteristic behaviors of autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

The research is in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging. (full access paywall)

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Lei’D Tapa Says It Is Time For Boxing To BowDown November 17 - Lei’D Tapa is confident, not cocky. She challenges herself to focus on her training and how to best execute her coach’s plan which is to go in the ring, fight, and knock out her opponent. Continue reading Lei’D Tapa Says It Is Time For Boxing To BowDown November 17 at Boxing News 24.
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#mma news Robert Whittaker vs. Kelvin Gastelum official for UFC 234 in Melbourne
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A Bright New Comet Inbound to the Inner Solar System

AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS FIND A BRIGHT NEW COMET: There's a new comet in the morning sky. Discovered just last week by three amateur astronomers--one in Arizona and two in Japan--Comet Machholz-Fujikawa-Iwamoto (C/2018 V1) has quadrupled in brightness over the past few days. "It is now glowing like a fuzzy 8th magnitude star in the constellation Virgo," reports Michael Jäger of Turmkogel, Austria, who photographed it on Nov. 11th.

"The discovery of a comet by amateur astronomers is a rare event nowadays because robotic Near-Earth-Object search programs usually catch them first," he says. "My special congratulations to the three discoverers."
Comet Machholz-Fujikawa-Iwamoto appears to be a first-time visitor to the inner solar system. It is plunging toward the sun on nearly-parabolic orbit that will take it just inside the orbit of Mercury. Closest approach to the sun (0.38 AU) is on Dec. 3-4; closest approach to Earth (0.67 AU) is Nov. 27th.

Read more here: http://spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=13&month=11&year=2018
http://spaceweather.com/
https://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-news/observing-news/machholz-12th-comet/
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=C/2018%20V1;old=0;orb=1;cov=0;log=0;cad=0#orb
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/horizons.cgi?find_body=1&body_group=sb&sstr=C/2018%20V1
https://www.minorplanetcenter.net/mpec/K18/K18VF1.html

Clips, images credit: NASA/JPL, ESA/HUBBLE, ESO

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library
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#12Nov 2018, WWE has announced that the winners of the Mixed Match Challenge #WWEMMC Season 2 will receive the 30th entry in the men's and women's #RoyalRumble matches in January 2019.

WWE also announced that the winners of the 14-week round robin competition will receive an all-expenses paid vacation anywhere in the world.

Tonight's MMC episode will feature matches with the remaining unbeaten teams - #BraunStrowman & #EmberMoon vs. #BobbyLashley & #MickieJames, #TheMiz & #Asuka vs. WWE Champion #AJStyles & #Charlotte Flair. The finals will take place at the #WWETLC pay-per-view on #16Dec in San Jose.
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"About 140 years ago, Charles Darwin seemed to be bothered by evidence suggesting the sudden occurrence of numerous angiosperms in the mid-Cretaceous. Since Darwin's theory of evolution implies that all organisms should increase gradually, the sudden appearance of angiosperms would have represented a headache in his theory.

Therefore, the sudden occurrence of numerous angiosperms (if seen by Darwin as "the origin of angiosperms") would rightfully have been mysterious and abominable to him.

Over more than a century of study, however, people have found many angiosperms dating to earlier periods, suggesting the origin of angiosperms was much earlier than the mid-Cretaceous. So what was the phenomenon that bothered Darwin so much?

A group led by Prof. Wang Xin from the Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (NIGPAS) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences may have an answer. In the Nov. 13, 2018 online issue of Scientific Reports, the scientists describe a flower, Lijinganthus revoluta, embedded in Burmese amber dating to 99 million years ago (Ma). The fossil is exquisite and complete, including all parts of a perfect pentamerous flower, namely, the calyx, corolla, stamens and gynoecium, and belongs to the pentapetalae of core eudicots.

Together with contemporaneous flowersand fruits, Lijinganthus indicates that core eudicots flourished on earth about 100 Ma. Although this group can be dated back to the Barremian (about 125 Ma) by their characteristic tricolpate pollen grains, eudicots did not dominate vegetation until about 20 million years later (mid-Cretaceous)".

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Ross Chastain was pitched to a doubtful Chip Ganassi; With the limited opportunity, the short track racer impressed the NASCAR team owner

Tags: #rosschastain #chipganassi #nascar
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This happened last week, I hadn't heard about it but I guess I miss stuff.
Strange there's nothing I can easily find on the SpaceX or NASA websites.

" SpaceX's workhorse Falcon 9 rocket can now launch NASA's most expensive and highest-priority science missions.
NASA's Launch Services Program (LSP) has certified the two-stage Falcon 9 as a "Category 3" rocket, SpaceX representatives announced Thursday (Nov. 8). "
Space.com
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🔴🔵⚪ he coming

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Juno launched in August 2011 from Cape Canaveral, Florida, aboard an Atlas V 551 rocket, with the ambitious mission of finally seeing beneath the dense clouds covering Jupiter.

On July 4, 2016, the spacecraft finally reached the giant planet’s orbit.

Currently, the probe is in a polar orbit around Jupiter, and the majority of each orbit is spent well away from the planet.

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Fantasy Football: Week 11 Waiver Wire Targets by Kyle Robert

The Week 11 waiver wire is not loaded with stars but there is potential. For many of us the fantasy football season is coming to close in the next handful of weeks. The final stretch is critical for locking up those top seeds, sneaking into the playoffs or taking out the anyone you can with your season all but over.

#NFL #FantasyFootball #Waivers
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John Kelly could be out of the White House soon https://nyp.st/2DAGgiT
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Today, even the country’s missileers—whose job is to sit in bunkers and await a signal—are tested three times per month on their ability to execute protocols. They are required to score at least 90 percent.

Testing is not required for their commander in chief to be able to execute a protocol, much less testing to execute the sort of high-level decision that would set this process in motion.

A president could be actively hallucinating, threatening to launch a nuclear attack based on intelligence he had just obtained from David Bowie, and the medical community could be relegated to speculation from afar.

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