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Gestapo Tactics in Helsinki

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Trump Just Labeled Democrats And The Media The Enemy While Standing With Putin: During his joint press conference with Vladimir Putin, Trump went out of his way to paint Democrats and the media as the enemies of Russia and the US.

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Yale-developed test for Alzheimer's disease directly measures synaptic loss

Yale researchers have tested a new method for directly measuring synaptic loss in individuals with Alzheimer's disease. The method, which uses PET imaging technology to scan for a specific protein in the brain linked to synapses, has the potential to accelerate research for new Alzheimer's treatments, the researchers said.

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Kilauea's Pu'u Oo strikes again; offsetting killer earthquake.usgs.gov and we sigh with relief from 6.2M or greater:

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Loneliness is contagious – and here's how to beat it

Loneliness is a common condition affecting around one in three adults. It damages your brain, immune system, and can lead to depression and suicide. Loneliness can also increase your risk of dying prematurely as much as smoking can – and even more so than obesity. If you feel lonely, you tend to feel more stressed in situations that others cope better in, and even though you might get sufficient sleep, you don't feel rested during the day.

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These Amazon Prime Day Tech Deals Are Insane http://hsbu.us/BYfeFAT

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Something Very Strange Is Happening To Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Jupiter is the largest and oldest planet in our solar system.
Its history spans 4.5 billion years. This gas giant is made of the same elements as a star, but it didn't grow massive enough to ignite.

Jupiter's appearance is the result of its swirling interior of gases and liquids - producing a tapestry of colorful cloud bands as well as the iconic Great Red Spot.

The Great Red Spot is a gigantic storm. It's an anticyclone, and with no land mass on the planet to slow it down, the Great Red Spot has rages for over a century.

But scientists studying the spot have noticed that it has been changing over time. The color is deepening, and it's actually shrinking and getting rounder.

Those studying it expected to therefore see the wind speeds inside the Great Red Spot increasing as the storm shrinks - like an ice skater who spins faster as she pulls in her arms. But this isn't the case. Data reveals the storm isn't spinning faster, it's actually getting taller. You can think of it like working with pottery. As the wide lump of clay spins, forces within are driving it taller.

So from our perspective, looking down on the clouds, we see the spot smaller and rounder.

The Great Red Spot used to be big enough to fit three Earths.
Now, it's just a little over one.

These discoveries were made by analyzing data from numerous space missions, including Voyager, Hubble, and most recently, Juno. And through more investigations, scientists hope to unlock more secrets of the mysterious Great Red Spot.

Clips, images credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Hubble space telescope, Voyager

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Samsung planning to introduce ultrasonic screen fingerprints to S10, Note 10 and A series devices in 2019 #Samsung #SamsungNews #GalaxyS10

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The Moto Z3 Play features a modern design and dual cameras, but it misses the mark in a few key areas. This is the Moto Z3 Play review. #Reviews #Lenovo #Motorola

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Gamers in Hong Kong have been provided with a brand new Nintendo Switch commercial. The commercial showcases Nintendo’s most successful Switch titles so far, including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey and Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. The commercial…

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“I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.”
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That Inner Glow

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Blossom - Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland

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MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle Blasts Trump For Letting Putin Lead: MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle asked the key question. Why is the President Of The United States bowing to Putin and letting Russia lead?

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The Striatum Builds Behavioral Sequences From Sub-second Components

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President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met one-on-one behind closed doors for more than two hours here Monday at their first major bilateral sit-down, the opening of a two-session conference set to include discussions among the two leaders and top aides.

"I think it's a good start," Trump told reporters after the private meeting wrapped, just ahead of the larger session. "A very good start for everybody."

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Microsoft urges Regulation of Face-Recognizing Tech #technology #innovation #business #tech #technews

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19 Biggest Nintendo Switch Exclusives Of 2018: Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mario Tennis Aces - GameSpot https://www.gamespot.com/gallery/19-biggest-nintendo-switch-exclusives-of-2018-smas/2900-1739/

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Save your slot today! We’ll discuss why brands must understand Amazon’s A9 organic ranking algorithm.

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A fake Galaxy Note 9 benchmark appeared online with Exynos 9820 #GalaxyNote9 #Samsung #SamsungNews
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