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The Huawei Honor 8X Max boasts of the 16/2-megapixels dual rear camera and 8-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling.

The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) boasts of the 24/8/5-megapixels triple rear camera and 24-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling.
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{ From The Clothesline }

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Our Moon- being at least twice as influential as the Sun with Earth's Dynamics- will be followed with "banyak manis"(neighbor Indonesian many sweets) by this Kuli:
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One of Nasa’s space telescopes is back in business after a two-day shutdown. Nasa said on Monday that the Chandra X-ray Observatory came back online on Friday.

https://rxscience.org/nasa-space-telescope-is-back-online-after-gyroscope-glitch/
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🏈 @Eagles Hall of Famer @BrianDawkins, whose nickname #WeaponX is a code name for Wolverine, posted a touching tribute to @TheRealStanLee: http://on.nbc10.com/IztYxoq #FlyEaglesFly #Excelsior @NBCSPhilly
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Astronomers say that moons might have their own moons and 'moonmoons' would make a great name for them!
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Long-term study shows atmospheric biome fluctuates by season - A team of researchers with the LTER Environmental Monitoring Observatory in the Aigüestortes National Park in Spain has found that there is seasonal variation in atmospheric microbes. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the group describes their seven-year study of airborne microorganisms and what they found.

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How can any self respecting honest judge say there is no fraud in Florida voting when the same thing happens each election in the same two counties .
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Humanity under threat from antibiotic-resistant infections
https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-11-humanity-threat-antibiotic-resistant-infections.html
"The threat to humankind is grave and growing worse by the day, but for reasons that escape my colleagues and me, there appears to be shockingly little collective will to do much about it."

"But this whole time, while we have been living our better, longer lives, infectious diseases have been working on a comeback, and today they are pounding at the door. In fact, they are already breaking down the door."

Antibiotics vital for fighting drug resistant superbugs drastically overused in many countries, WHO report warns
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/antibiotics-prescriptions-antibiotic-resistance-bacteria-infection-medicine-world-who-a8630646.html
Antibiotics meant to be held in reserve for when first and second resort drugs fail account for more than half of prescribing in 49 countries

"This comes after health experts in England warned that medicine could “return to the dark ages” if countries fail to curb overuse of antibiotics."

“Without effective antibiotics and other antimicrobials, we will lose our ability to treat common infections like pneumonia.”

"Antibiotics are often wrongly prescribed for viral infections like colds and flu where they have no benefit, and half of all doses are given to livestock as an industrial farming method of encouraging animals to grow."

Rise in antibiotic resistant infections in England could put millions at risk and push medicine 'back to dark ages'
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/antibiotic-infections-health-drug-resistant-bacteria-cold-flu-cough-cold-phe-a8597061.html

"Resistance to one or more major drug types up 35 per cent in five years could make routine operations life-threatening, Public Health England says"

Why antibiotics are making us all ill
https://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jun/01/why-antibiotics-making-us-ill-bacteria-martin-blaser?CMP=share_btn_tw "Scientist Martin Blaser argues that we are suffering from new wave of 'modern plagues' such as obesity and asthma because we have destroyed the naturally occurring bacteria in our bodies"
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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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Why the Pro-Life Democratic Politician Is Disappearing https://nym.ag/2DC97Dq
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"There’s a “dark matter hurricane” blowing through our corner of the Milky Way galaxy. Right this second, it’s passing over Earth. And this fast-moving stream could reveal major details about dark matter, a new study finds.

The dark matter is traveling in what is known as the S1 stream. Scientists think that streams like this one are the cosmic debris leftover when small galaxies stray too close to the Milky Way. Our gravitational forces tear the smaller galaxy apart, leaving behind a traveling, elliptical stream of stars, dark matter and other debris."

http://www.astronomy.com/news/2018/11/a-dark-matter-hurricane-is-storming-past-earth

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7 Warning Signs of a Brain Tumour You Should Know

Does your head constantly hurt? Find out if that's a warning sign of a brain tumor.

https://medmd.org/7-warning-signs-of-a-brain-tumour-you-should-know/
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A federal judge has ordered Georgia to wait until Friday to certify the results of the #Midterms2018 that include an unsettled race for governor and to take steps to protect provisional ballots: http://on.nbc10.com/InDZCAh
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These are the worst foods diabetics can eat, according to doctors and nutritionists. These foods spell disaster for your blood sugar.

https://health-zone.org/15-foods-you-should-avoid-if-you-have-diabetes/
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China is launching an artificial moon into the sky. Made from a satellite coated in reflective material, the moon will glow in the night, illuminating the streets and cutting down on electricity used by street lights.

https://todaysintech.com/china-is-launching-a-fake-moon-into-the-sky/
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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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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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... The Empathizing-Systemizing theory predicts that women, on average, will score higher than men on tests of empathy, the ability to recognize what another person is thinking or feeling, and to respond to their state of mind with an appropriate emotion. Similarly, it predicts that men, on average, will score higher on tests of systemizing, the drive to analyse or build rule-based systems.

The Extreme Male Brain theory predicts that autistic people, on average, will show a masculinised shift on these two dimensions: namely, that they will score lower than the typical population on tests of empathy and will score the same as if not higher than the typical population on tests of systemizing. ...

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Space.com | Science ›sʌɪəns‹ | #Science & #Astronomy

The universe, it seems, is pretty pleased with the Hubble Space Telescope. I mean, just look at that smile!

Kidding aside, it's hard to miss what looks like a cosmic smiley face in this photo from the Hubble telescope. It's especially poignant given the troubles the aging Hubble had recently when balky gyroscopes knocked the space telescope offline for weeks until a fix could be devised. (That fix succeeded, and Hubble is back in action.)

And so, the universe smiled.

This view from Hubble shows a vast array of galaxies, many of them from the galaxy cluster SDSS J0952+3434. The smiley face is actually a trick of gravity and light. Two brilliant galaxies form the eyes while a third, distorted galaxy forms the "smile."

The arc of that smile is due to gravitational lensing, as NASA and the European Space Agency explained in a statement: "The lower, arc-shaped galaxy has the characteristic shape of a galaxy that has been gravitationally lensed — its light has passed near a massive object en route to us, causing it to become distorted and stretched out of shape."

This photo was captured by Hubble's Wide Field Camera 3, which astronauts installed during the last servicing mission to the space telescope in 2010. ESA officials released the image on Oct. 15, and NASA showcased the space smile on Nov. 2. The Hubble Space Telescope is 18 years old. It launched into space in April 1990.

"Hubble captured this image in an effort to understand how new stars spring to life throughout the cosmos," NASA officials said. "WFC3 is able to view distant galaxies at an unprecedented resolution — high enough to locate and study regions of star formation within them."

This isn't the first time Hubble has captured a smile in space.

In 2015, another group of gravitationally lensed galaxies created a dazzling smiley face, this one compete with nose and cheeks. That face was made up of galaxies from the cluster SDSS J1038+4849

Seeing faces in space is nothing new. But that doesn't mean the universe is trying to cheer us up. The phenomenon is called pareidolia, and is when we see familiar shapes or patterns in objects that aren't actually there. The iconic Face on Mars photo from NASA's Viking missions is a famous example of pareidolia.

By Tariq Malik, Space.com Managing Editor | November 13, 2018 07:13am ET
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We’ve spent years teaching neural nets to think like human brains. They’re crazy-smart, but what if we’ve been doing it all wrong? https://wrd.cm/2DC39T6
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