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A Galaxy S8 with a 4,000mAh battery? YES, PLEASE. 😍🔋

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Today’s #MondayMotivation. #ThorRagnarok #Helaween

Watch video: bit.ly/2y0CRHC

#Movie #TV

(Credit: Thor)

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Neuroscientists build case for new theory of memory formation

Learning and memory are generally thought to be composed of three major steps: encoding events into the brain network, storing the encoded information, and later retrieving it for recall. Two years ago, MIT neuroscientists discovered that under certain types of retrograde amnesia, memories of a particular event could be stored in the brain even though they could not be retrieved through natural recall cues. This phenomenon suggests that existing models of memory formation need to be revised, as the researchers propose in a new paper in which they further detail how these "silent engrams" are formed and re-activated. The researchers believe their findings offer evidence that memory storage does not rely on the strengthening of connections, or "synapses," between memory cells, as has long been thought. Instead, a pattern of connections that form between these cells during the first few minutes after an event occurs are sufficient to store a memory. "One of our main conclusions in this study is that a specific memory is stored in a specific pattern of connectivity between engram cell ensembles that lie along an anatomical pathway. This conclusion is provocative because the dogma has been that a memory is instead stored by synaptic strength," says Susumu Tonegawa, the Picower Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, the director of the RIKEN-MIT Center for Neural Circuit Genetics at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, and the study's senior author.

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There Goes My Everything #1 - Jack Greene
#purecountry #livemusic
There goes my only possession
There goes my everything
I hear footsteps slowly walking
As they gently walk across a lonely floor
And a voice is softly saying
Darling, this will be goodbye forever more
There goes my reason for living
There goes the one of my dreams
There goes my only possession
There goes my everything
As my memory turns back the pages
I can see the happy tears we had before
Now the love that kept this old heart beating
Has been shattered by the closing of the door
There goes my reason for living
There goes the one of my dreams
There goes my only possession
There goes my everything
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvtWohJ8WiQ

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Hi all! This is the color version of my image today that I posted over on my Blog. You can decide which you prefer. :-) Hope you enjoy it and are having a good day!

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Google Pixel 2 And Pixel 2 XL Review – Can’t Get Much Better

#Android #Google #Pixel2 #Pixel2XL

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Megyn Kelly blasts O'Reilly, says Fox protected him

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Kirk Cousins FaceTimed into Redskins meeting while wife was in labor: Kirk Cousins wasn't about to miss an important team meeting, even for the birth of his son. http://dlvr.it/PxFbvF

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In taking the helm of Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi not only made a career leap for himself, but a huge leap for indigenous representation behind the camera. With a budget of approximately $180 million, Ragnarok is the sort of opportunity that big studios almost never hand to an indigenous director – and so Waititi used his position to include others. From Easter eggs to shadowing opportunities for indigenous filmmakers, from an opening Karakia ceremony to avoiding appropriation, Waititi worked to bring better representation and inclusion to the Ragnarok set.

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Fun with names. "A few years ago, the climate adaptation researcher Ben Smith—then a Ph.D. student at Kings College London—was working on his dissertation, about the effectiveness of water restoration projects in the United Kingdom. As with most scholarly projects, this involved spending hours and hours with the same information.

“I’d been staring at lists of rivers… [for] far too much time,” he says, when certain patterns of terminology began emerging. While the northern U.K. was squiggled all over with “burns,” the southeast was instead full of “nants” and “afons.”

“I got interested in the way [the words] varied between regions,” says Smith. So he decided to start mapping them. This year, inspired by a query from the landscape linguist Robert McFarlane, he returned to the project, and recently completed a set of maps of the U.K., twisted all over with different words for “stream.”"

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One day, bioenhancement will be a fundamental part of our society.

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Hit me like a hurricane!

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300 million years ago, the formation of coal almost turned Earth into a snowball – “By burning the coal, the CO2 is again destabilizing the Earth system”

While burning coal today causes Earth to overheat, about 300 million years ago the formation of that same coal brought our planet close to global glaciation. For the first time, scientists show the massive effect in a study published in the renowned Proceedings of the US Academy of Sciences. When trees in vast forests died during a time called the Carboniferous and the Permian, the carbon dioxide (CO2) they took up from the atmosphere while growing got buried; the plants’ debris over time formed most of the coal that today is used as fossil fuel. Consequently, the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere sank drastically and Earth cooled down to a degree it narrowly escaped what scientists call a ‘snowball state’.

“It is quite an irony that forming the coal that today is a major factor for dangerous global warming once almost lead to global glaciation,” says author Georg Feulner from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. “However, this illustrates the enormous dimension of the coal issue. The amount of CO2 stored in Earth’s coal reserves was once big enough to push our climate out of balance. When released by burning the coal, the CO2 is again destabilizing the Earth system.”

More https://goo.gl/r9zrBD

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A cosmic kaleidoscope

At first glance, this cosmic kaleidoscope of purple, blue and pink offers a strikingly beautiful — and serene — snapshot of the cosmos. However, this multi-coloured haze actually marks the site of two colliding galaxy clusters, forming a single object known as MACS J0416.1-2403 (or MACS J0416 for short).

MACS J0416 is located about 4.3 billion light-years from Earth, in the constellation of Eridanus. This new image of the cluster combines data from three different telescopes: the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope (showing the galaxies and stars), the NASA Chandra X-ray Observatory (diffuse emission in blue), and the NRAO Jansky Very Large Array (diffuse emission in pink). Each telescope shows a different element of the cluster, allowing astronomers to study MACS J0416 in detail.

As with all galaxy clusters, MACS J0416 contains a significant amount of dark matter, which leaves a detectable imprint in visible light by distorting the images of background galaxies. In this image, this dark matter appears to align well with the blue-hued hot gas, suggesting that the two clusters have not yet collided; if the clusters had already smashed into one another, the dark matter and gas would have separated. MACS J0416 also contains other features — such as a compact core of hot gas — that would likely have been disrupted had a collision already occurred.

Together with five other galaxy clusters, MACS J0416 is playing a leading role in the Hubble Frontier Fields programme, for which this data was obtained. Owing to its huge mass, the cluster is in fact bending the light of background objects, acting as a magnifying lens. Astronomers can use this phenomenon to find galaxies that existed only hundreds of million years after the big bang.

For more information on both Frontier Fields and the phenomenon of gravitational lensing, see Hubblecast 90: The final frontier.


Credit:

NASA, ESA, CXC, NRAO/AUI/NSF, STScI, and G. Ogrean (Stanford University)

Acknowledgment: NASA, ESA, and J. Lotz (STScI), and the HFF team

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Goofy's building a house, and struggling with the blueprints, the window glass, the paint, and finally the house-warming guests ...

You Can't Get Anymore Accident Prone Than Goofy ... Lots Of Funny Gags ... My IMDB Rating 7 Out Of 10

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How to Compete With Amazon: The Amazon Survival Guide

Here's why moving your products to Amazon isn't the (only) solution and our 4 tips to compete and survive in the age of Amazon. Hint: Don't compete on price.

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With u i am 4 sure

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From Neuroscience News: Researchers Demonstrate ‘Mind Reading’ Brain Decoding Technology

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Waiting for the nightlight boat

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Don't you wish sunsets with Tasha always looked like this?! #DCCSwim

Read more on: bit.ly/2y1cEZl

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders)

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"The Democrats’ fundraising success, especially from a glut of candidates who have never run for office before, is unsettling to those charged with protecting the GOP majority."

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RIP Paul Weitz, the NASA astronaut who piloted the first manned Skylab mission in 1973 and commanded the first Challenger mission, STS-6.
http://www.goerie.com/news/20171023/erie-county-astronaut-paul-weitz-dies-at-85

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OPPO F5 - the most advanced Selfie Expert is all set to enter Pakistan in early November....

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Generate Buzz: Five Free Ways (https://goo.gl/vggpba)

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Redskins vs. Eagles: Live updates, highlights from Monday night game in Philadelphia: Live updates and highlights for the Monday Night Football matchup between Redskins and Eagles. http://dlvr.it/PxFJ4D

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You're only scratching the surface when it comes to Google's productivity tools. Seriously.

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Some perspective

Google's Pixel phones offer the best all-around experience, and a less-than-perfect screen does little to bring that down. It's still the best all-around experience, even with its shortcomings.

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And it's rather affordable too.

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Tim Jernigan and Chris Long seem pretty fired up for this one. #FlyEaglesFly

Tim Jernigan and Chris Long seem pretty fired up for this one. #FlyEaglesFly

Watch video: bit.ly/2xZofbr

#NFL #Eagles +Philadelphia Eagles

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Triple A HD App Review as found free in the Google Play-Store for download. Here is an example of what the App can do. Maybe you love art or are just bored? This passed the time especially if you have a huge I-PAD. It works for all Android Platforms and Windows phones.This video is 1:44 long.

This Graphics Drawing App is absolutely free for download in the Google Play Store. This is a great App for Artist,Drawing,And Graphics App.

This is a great graphic tablet for any age but even better for children. This is App is supported from android,smartphones,or any phone and is free for download. This is one of the many reviews on Android Apps such as drawing apps,art apps for Ipad and Android platforms and it's a great way to pass some time. Hope you like it!

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M46 Plus Two

Explanation: Galactic or open star clusters are young. These swarms of stars are born together near the plane of the Milky Way, but their numbers steadily dwindle as cluster members are ejected by galactic tides and gravitational interactions. In fact, this bright open cluster, known as M46, is around 300 million years young.

It still contains a few hundred stars within a span of 30 light-years or so. Located about 5,000 light-years away toward the constellation Puppis, M46 also seems to contain contradictions to its youthful status. In this pretty starscape, the colorful, circular patch above and right of the center of M46 is the planetary nebula NGC 2438.

Fainter still, a second planetary nebula, PK231+4.1, is identified by the box at the right and enlarged in the inset. Planetary nebulae are a brief, final phase in the life of a sun-like star a billion years old or more, whose central reservoir of hydrogen fuel has been exhausted.

NGC 2438 is estimated to be only 3,000 light-years distant, though, and moves at a different speed than M46 cluster members. Along with its fainter cohort, planetary nebula NGC 2438 is likely only by chance appearing near our line-of-sight to the young stars of M46.

Image Credit & Copyright: Denis Priou

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With the somewhat plain Pixel 2 and bug-riddled Pixel 2 XL now available for purchase, the first codenames for the 2018 Pixel devices have emerged. Droid-Life has shared a trio of new names, with some dating back to earlier this year.

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https://www.revyourbody.com/autism-treatments.html

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Someday soon baby your gonna look back and smile U got hooked on a guy like me for a little while !
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