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Here is a great Art App you can find in the Google-Play Store Free. Along with others and it will let you do a time lapse every time you save and at the end you just push play. Here some of the paintings I did. Nothing too special but a great free and fun app!

Kaleidoo Android App Found 100%Free in the Google Playstore For Download.This Android Art App/Art Application will allow you to do a step by step by pressing play and you can watch and save each digital portrait/painting on your phone.

Click the video to see an example of how cool the App is. I was using basic App settings and loved it there are more shapes and colors perfect for IPAD preferably a big one would be awesome. This Android App is perfect especially for children and the playback setting I personally think is Awesome.

Thanks for watching!

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Vote for your favorite scenes, characters, and creatures from The Last Jedi.

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Chuck Todd Shows How The NRA Used Every Conservative Buzzword To Distract From Guns: NBC’s Chuck Todd showed how the NRA is going to desperate lengths and throwing out every conservative buzzword that they can think of to distract from guns. Video: Chuck Todd complies all the crazy conservative buzzwords that the NRA used to distract from guns at CPAC. pic.twitter.com/Jzm4uPcSyT — Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) February 22, 2018 […] The post Chuck Todd Shows How The NRA Used Every Conservative Buzzword To Distract From Guns appeared first on Politicus USA.

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Kylie Jenner's Baby Bump Is Now the Perfect Meme for Describing Your Thirst http://ellemag.co/NKV6OpP

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SpaceX Launches the First of Thousands of Space Internet Satellites, but Didn’t Quite Catch the Fairing - After multiple delays, SpaceX’s PAZ mission launched from from Space Launch Complex 4 East (SLC-4E) at Vandenburg Air Force Base on the morning of Thursday, February 22nd. Shortly after it reached orbit, the rocket deployed its payload (the PAZ Earth Observing satellite) as well as and two Starlink demonstrations satellites that will test SpaceX’s ability to provide broadband internet s...

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While better screening methods and treatments are saving lives, some forms of cancer remain terribly lethal. The cancers on this list are the ones most likely to result in death within 5 years of diagnosis, according to the latest National Cancer Institute (NCI) statistics.

http://www.hownutrition.info/top-6-deadliest-types-cancer/

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A MUST READ ARTICLE: Trump Says Video Game Violence Is 'Shaping Young People's Thoughts'

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The top 8 teams in NASCAR are worth an average of $158 million https://racingnews.co/2018/02/22/most-valuable-nascar-teams-2018/

Tags: #nascar #hendrickmotorsports #joegibbsracing

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Looking for some new items to add to your current winter wardrobe? Or maybe you want to finally buy that investment piece you have been eyeing for months? Now is the perfect time.

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This new approach to studying magma flow revealed that prior to a volcanic eruption there was recirculation of the fluid in the dyke and instability in the flow, details which had previously not been documented before.

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We have picked out some of our most favourite mother-daughter celebrity pairs to show. Here are the unbelievable pics of Mothers And Daughters who look almost the same.

http://www.stylefigures.com/daughters-of-famous-celebrities/

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Cheerleader of the Week - Terra - Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

Cheerleader of the Week - Terra: Second-year veteran Terra is our Cheerleader of the Week!

Watch video: bit.ly/2CCqWgK

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders)

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From Neuroscience News: ‘Mind Reading’ Algorithm Uses EEG Data to Reconstruct Images Based on What We Perceive - Researchers have developed a new technique that uses EEG data to reconstruct images based on how we perceive faces.

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Color coding, labels, reminders & more. Keep up with Google Keep using these 9️⃣ tips ↓

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Momentum Grows For Gun Control As Average Americans Pour $1.2 Million Into Gabby Giffords’ Group: The vast majority of American people who support tougher gun laws are finally putting their money where their mouths are, and that should terrify the NRA.   The post Momentum Grows For Gun Control As Average Americans Pour $1.2 Million Into Gabby Giffords’ Group appeared first on Politicus USA.

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A recent view from Mars orbit of the site where NASA’s Phoenix Mars mission landed on far-northern Mars nearly a decade ago shows that dust has covered some marks of the landing.

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A Brief History of Ted Cruz’s One-Sided Obsession With The Simpsons http://vntyfr.com/tyKm7l0

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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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Trump doubles down on arming teachers as NRA breaks silence

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Source: W. M. Keck Observatory
Astronomers have the “all-clear” for an exciting test of Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity, thanks to a new discovery about S0-2’s star status.

Up until now, it was thought that S0-2 may be a binary, a system where two stars circle around each other. Having such a partner would have complicated the upcoming gravity test.

But in a study published recently in The Astrophysical Journal, a team of astronomers led by a UCLA scientist from Hawaii has found that S0-2 does not have a significant other after all, or at least one that is massive enough to get in the way of critical measurements that astronomers need to test Einstein’s theory.

The researchers made their discovery by obtaining spectroscopic measurements of S0-2 using W. M. Keck Observatory’s OH-Suppressing Infrared Imaging Spectrograph (OSIRIS) and Laser Guide Star Adaptive Optics.

“This is the first study to investigate S0-2 as a spectroscopic binary,” said lead author Devin Chu of Hilo, an astronomy graduate student with UCLA’s Galactic Centre Group. “It’s incredibly rewarding. This study gives us confidence that a S0-2 binary system will not significantly affect our ability to measure gravitational redshift.”

Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity predicts that light coming from a strong gravitational field gets stretched out, or “redshifted.” Researchers expect to directly measure this phenomenon beginning in the spring as S0-2 makes its closest approach to the supermassive black hole at the centre of our Milky Way galaxy.

This will allow the Galactic Centre Group to witness the star being pulled at maximum gravitational strength – a point where any deviation to Einstein’s theory is expected to be the greatest.

“It will be the first measurement of its kind,” said co-author Tuan Do, deputy director of the Galactic Centre Group. “Gravity is the least well-tested of the forces of nature. Einstein’s theory has passed all other tests with flying colours so far, so if there are deviations measured, it would certainly raise lots of questions about the nature of gravity!”

“We have been waiting 16 years for this,” said Chu. “We are anxious to see how the star will behave under the black hole’s violent pull. Will S0-2 follow Einstein’s theory or will the star defy our current laws of physics? We will soon find out!”

The study also sheds more light on the strange birth of S0-2 and its stellar neighbours in the S-Star Cluster. The fact that these stars exist so close to the supermassive black hole is unusual because they are so young; how they could’ve formed in such a hostile environment is a mystery.

“Star formation at the Galactic Centre is difficult because the brute strength of tidal forces from the black hole can tear gas clouds apart before they can collapse and form stars,” said Do.

“S0-2 is a very special and puzzling star,” said Chu. “We don’t typically see young, hot stars like S0-2 form so close to a supermassive black hole. This means that S0-2 must have formed a different way.”

There are several theories that provide a possible explanation, with S0-2 being a binary as one of them. “We were able to put an upper limit on the mass of a companion star for S0-2,” said Chu. This new constraint brings astronomers closer to understanding this unusual object.

“Stars as massive as S0-2 almost always have a binary companion. We are lucky that having no companion makes the measurements of general relativistic effects easier, but it also deepens the mystery of this star,” said Do.

The Galactic Centre Group now plans to study other S-Stars orbiting the supermassive black hole, in hopes of differentiating between the varying theories that attempt to explain why S0-2 is single.

Journal Reference:
Devin S. Chu, Tuan Do, Aurelien Hees, Andrea Ghez, Smadar Naoz, Gunther Witzel, Shoko Sakai, Samantha Chappell, Abhimat K. Gautam, Jessica R. Lu, Keith Matthews. Investigating the Binarity of S0-2: Implications for Its Origins and Robustness as a Probe of the Laws of Gravity around a Supermassive Black Hole. The Astrophysical Journal, 2018; 854 (1): 12
http://dx.doi.org/10.3847/1538-4357/aaa3eb

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We’re actually learning that poor nutrition is just as bad for your skin as cigarette smoking. A poor diet can cause inflammation, which triggers oxidative stress and in turn damages collagen and DNA, making you look older. Here are the top 10 food offenders to keep off your plate.

http://www.healthyvogue.com/10-worst-foods-for-your-skin/

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So guess who's next? I'm happy for the kid. Still a top 5 draft pick.
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