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Honduran migrant caravan resumes march towards US
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New Phase of Carbon harder than diamond | #Geology #GeologyPage #Diamond

Researchers from North Carolina State University have discovered a new phase of solid carbon, called Q-carbon, which is distinct from the known phases of graphite and diamond.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2015/12/new-phase-of-carbon-harder-than-diamond.html
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Did #PrinceHarry Just Revealed The Gender Of His Baby? Says Hoping To Have A Baby Girl with wife #MeghanMarkle

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Colorectal cancer rates are rising in young adults. Knowing these warning signs could save your life.

http://health-zone.org/colon-cancer-symptoms/
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A Very Happy Monday !

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In this slideshow, you’ll learn the good, the bad, and the ugly about your body -- including some fascinating facts you’ll wish you never knew.

http://www.thehealthypage.com/11-fascinating-facts-about-your-body/
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American importers can ask for an exemption from President Donald #Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum, and his first two rounds of tariffs on Chinese goods. But they're stuck paying duties if a product they import from #China was included in Trump's most recent round of tariffs imposed in September. The process to request an exemption has not yet been set up by the administration, nearly a month later, despite a new plea from 167 members of Congress.

Trump has repeatedly suggested that China pays the #tariffs, saying they will bring 'a lot of money' into US coffers. But tariffs imposed on foreign goods work by making those products more expensive, evening the playing field for similar items made domestically - and they're paid for by American importers, putting those businesses at risk of seeing profits shrink or folding altogether.


#WorldEconomy #Protectionism #America #Globalisation #GlobalTrade #TradeWars #EconomicRisk #Economy #TradePolicy #InternationalTrade #TradeTariffs #Politics #Geopolitics #InternationalRelations #USA #GlobalTradeWar #EconomicColdWar #USEconomy
US importers stuck with Trump's latest China tariffs
https://edition.cnn.com/2018/10/20/business/china-tariffs-exclusion-requests/index.html
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Try this test to gauge how balanced your hip flexors + hip extensors really are.
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15 Greatest Discoveries from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope

NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has spent 15 years in space. In honor of this anniversary, 15 of Spitzer’s greatest discoveries are featured in a gallery.

https://rxscience.org/15-greatest-discoveries-from-nasas-spitzer-space-telescope/
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Interesting discovery. Some doubts over whether it is really lungs that were preserved, but still a fascinating fossil. "ALBUQUERQUE — Fossilized lungs found preserved along with an ancient bird may breathe new life into studies of early avian respiration. If confirmed as lungs, the find marks the first time that researchers have spotted the respiratory organs in a bird fossil.

Scientists have previously described four fossils of Archaeorhynchus spathula, an early beaked and feathered bird that lived about 120 million years ago. But unlike those discoveries, a newly described fifth specimen contains significant traces of plumage, and, even more startling, the probable remnants of a pair of lungs, researchers say.

Vertebrate paleontologist Jingmai O’Connor and colleagues reported the findings October 18 at the Society for Vertebrate Paleontology’s annual meeting. The results were also published online October 18 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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[O]ther researchers aren’t convinced that the preserved material represents lungs, in part because it’s not clear how the lungs would survive fossilization. “I think Jingmai has made about the best possible case with the materials and results she has,” says Corwin Sullivan, a vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. “I’d very much like it to be true, but there are a few too many question marks about how such tissues could have been preserved,” he says."
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