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Kim Jong Un Calls Trump 'Mentally Deranged U.S. Dotard' https://trib.al/0gnXjxZ

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The new scheme could save you big bucks on a Google Pixel, but the prices may come as a disappointment overall. #News #Google #GooglePixel

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The Snake in Taylor Swift’s LWYMMD Video DOES NOT Mean what you Thought #celebs #celebrities #entertainment #taylorswift

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Google has stiff competition this year. Serious improvement in low light!!

EDIT: I am honestly surprised that Pixel is still better at videos

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Google+ posts on the web redesigned with simplified comments view

This change has been live for the past few days but I only got it today. Having the +1, comment and share buttons right aligned will take a bit of getting used to, especially with the Android and iOS apps still having the old design.

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An Interconnection Between the Nervous and Immune System

From the article: "A newly-discovered reflex arc mediates a process which leads to a disruption in the hormones secreted by the adrenal glands which, in turn, results in an increased susceptibility to bacterial infections."

http://neurosciencenews.com/immune-neuroendocrine-7519/

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High-energy cosmic rays come from outside our Galaxy
Giant observatory announces long-awaited result.

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Miley Cyrus Answers Your Burning Questions About the Red Carpet, Dolly Parton, and What Gives Her Anxiety https://trib.al/KNd7bja

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Looks like this merger may happen pretty soon. Do you think it'll get approved?

#android #news #tmobile #sprint

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Former NFL safety Jack Brewer told FOX Business that he will never let his son play football.

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Basketball article of the day… Sept 22, 2017
Rebound-Outlet-Break Drill

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"Working with the National Sports Center for the Disabled is my favorite way to give back to the community. Their employees and athletes showed warmth & kindness to everyone they met!" -DBC Gabriela‬ #BeyondTheBoots #DBC2017

Read more on: bit.ly/2jOiC9y

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Denver Broncos Cheerleaders)

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In the WWE endorsed +UpUpDownDown, #XavierWoods play Smite which also supports Connor's Cure: Fighting Pediatric Cancer.

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More than North Korea vs the USA, it is increasingly becoming Kim Jong-un vs Donald Trump

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Incredible – Rub Index Finger 60 Second And See What Happen To Your Body

Can you imagine that just by rubbing your fingers you can get rid of some of the health issues? Hard to believe isn’t it? But it is true and amazing. 60 seconds of rubbing process of your finger will provide you an extraordinary experience of well-being.

#finger #health #disease #remedy #cure #healthcare #herbal #healthyliving #naturalremedies #healthy #homeremedies #healthbenefits #cure #remedy

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'It Requires Immense Preparation:' Advice From Afghanistan’s President On How To Talk To Trump

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through the wall

#hqspphotoart +HQSP Photo Art

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Oberbaumbrücke with U5

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We Drink It Daily But Don’t Know That It Causes Breast Cancer

We are surrounded with a lot of dangerous diseases which are ready to grab us. The list of life taking disease is increasing day by day and thus a scary environment is created. Cancer is one of such disease which comes with a shadow of death with it.

#breastcancer #health #cancer #explore #medicine #treatment #healthy #naturalremedies #healthcare #disease #cure #healthyliving #healthbenefits

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The fate of humanity rests in her hands. Alicia Vikander is Lara Croft. #TombRaider

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Come on +Google​ This is pathetic even Samsung is giving people $400+ off the Note 8 for their older devices.

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[Update: Now in India] Samsung Bixby's voice commands are rolling to more than 200 countries.

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Amazing Mobile Features of Google Classroom - New Recorded Webinar and Blog Post
http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2017/09/mobile-classroom.html
See why you and your students need to be using the mobile app version of Google Classroom to take advantage of awesome features including digital handwriting, taking pictures, recording videos, sharing with other apps, notifications, and more! +Google for Education

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Now this is a very rare view of Saturn that you never see from Earth, right from above, taken by the Cassini spacecraft. Saturn is BEAUTIFUL ! The pale ochre yellow ball with cloud bands goes so well with the dirty-yellow dust/ice rings. This is gravity working with mathematical perfection by an Intellect, the rings looking like the old LP vinyl record! Just marvel at the "ring-tracks" all the way round, perfectly concentric. Then there is the hexagonal pole cap. Seeing Saturn with your own eyes through a big telescope is a wonderful sight!

Starting from Saturn outwards, there are three basic rings (there are more, but very hard for us to see from Earth):
• The dark grey rocky-dust ring, the C ring.
• The "middle" B ring (seen as "icy" in the telescope as the brightest ring, yellow-white, rather like snow in sunshine).
The Cassini Division separates B and A.
• The outer A ring (which is more dusty and finer). Has the Encke Gap.

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Few shots with Nexus 6P taken by Instagram user: @rl_french

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Interesting thoughts.

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Gary Cornish: ‘All that’s on my mind is on becoming British champion’ http://www.boxingnewsonline.net/gary-cornish-all-my-focus-is-on-becoming-british-champion/

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New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Photos Show Rey and Luke Skywalker Having a Stare-Down http://vult.re/2xjglZf

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Two Stars, Three Dimensions, and Oodles of Energy

For decades, astronomers have known about irregular outbursts from the double star system V745 Sco, which is located about 25,000 light years from Earth. Astronomers were caught by surprise when previous outbursts from this system were seen in 1937 and 1989. When the system erupted on February 6, 2014, however, scientists were ready to observe the event with a suite of telescopes including NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory.

V745 Sco is a binary star system that consists of a red giant star and a white dwarf locked together by gravity. These two stellar objects orbit so closely around one another that the outer layers of the red giant are pulled away by the intense gravitational force of the white dwarf. This material gradually falls onto the surface of the white dwarf. Over time, enough material may accumulate on the white dwarf to trigger a colossal thermonuclear explosion, causing a dramatic brightening of the binary called a nova. Astronomers saw V745 Sco fade by a factor of a thousand in optical light over the course of about 9 days.

Astronomers observed V745 Sco with Chandra a little over two weeks after the 2014 outburst. Their key finding was it appeared that most of the material ejected by the explosion was moving towards us. To explain this, a team of scientists from the INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo, the University of Palermo, and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics constructed a three-dimensional (3D) computer model of the explosion, and adjusted the model until it explained the observations. In this model they included a large disk of cool gas around the equator of the binary caused by the white dwarf pulling on a wind of gas streaming away from the red giant.

The computer calculations showed that the nova explosion’s blast wave and ejected material were likely concentrated along the north and south poles of the binary system. This shape was caused by the blast wave slamming into the disk of cool gas around the binary. This interaction caused the blast wave and ejected material to slow down along the direction of this disk and produce an expanding ring of hot, X-ray emitting gas. X-rays from the material moving away from us were mostly absorbed and blocked by the material moving towards Earth, explaining why it appeared that most of the material was moving towards us.

In the figure showing the new 3D model of the explosion, the blast wave is yellow, the mass ejected by the explosion is purple, and the disk of cooler material, which is mostly untouched by the effects of the blast wave, is blue. The cavity visible on the left side of the ejected material (see the labeled version) is the result of the debris from the white dwarf’s surface being slowed down as it strikes the red giant. An inset shows an optical image from the Siding Springs Observatory in Australia with V745 Sco in the center.

An extraordinary amount of energy was released during the explosion, equivalent to about 10 million trillion hydrogen bombs. The authors estimate that material weighing about one tenth of the Earth’s mass was ejected.

While this stellar-sized belch was impressive, the amount of mass ejected was still far smaller than the amount what scientists calculate is needed to trigger the explosion. This means that despite the recurrent explosions, a substantial amount of material is accumulating on the surface of the white dwarf. If enough material accumulates, the white dwarf could undergo a thermonuclear explosion and be completely destroyed. Astronomers use these so-called Type Ia supernovas as cosmic distance markers to measure the expansion of the Universe.

The scientists were also able to determine the chemical composition of the material expelled by the nova. Their analysis of this data implies that the white dwarf is mainly composed of carbon and oxygen.

A paper describing these results was published in the February 1st, 2017 issue of the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society and is available online. The authors are Salvatore Orlando from the INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo in Italy, Jeremy Drake from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, MA and Marco Miceli from the University of Palermo.

NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, manages the Chandra program for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, controls Chandra's science and flight operations.

Image credit: Illustrated model: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss

Read More from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.

For more Chandra images, multimedia and related materials, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/chandra

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Taylor Swift & Nicki Minaj Fans TEAM UP Against Cardi B & Here's Why #celebs #celebrities #celebrity

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