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Opinion: Brexiteers now exercise the logic of Donald Trump http://aje.io/p45q6

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Here's the Title for the Game of Thrones Finale http://ellemag.co/4hNXdAq

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These six tasty foods can promote healthier cholesterol, lower blood pressure, fight harmful inflammation, and provide plenty of other health benefits.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/surprise-6-foods-great-heart/

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Mars may seem to resemble a cold, dusty, and dry landscape, but it looks like the atmosphere can also produce violent, unexpected bouts of snowy weather – particularly after nightfall.

When the Sun goes down and temperatures plunge, Mars experiences intense snowstorms generated by strong gusts of wind, according to a new study that shows there's still a lot we don't know about conditions on the Red Planet.

The findings, led by planetary scientist Aymeric Spiga from the University Pierre and Marie Curie in France, give us a new insight into weather patterns on Mars, which could one day help future explorers colonising the planet.

"It's the first time anyone has shown that snowstorms, or water-ice microbursts, occur presently on Mars," Spiga told Andy Coghlan at New Scientist.

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2144536-it-could-be-snowing-on-mars-right-now/

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There was no shortage of drama at the official arrivals.

http://nesn.com/2017/08/watch-conor-mcgregor-clash-with-floyd-mayweathers-entourage-in-las-vegas/

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Those photos clogging up your hard drive... they could actually be making you some cash.

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Find out if you can call the Galaxy Note 8 a comeback.

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Info about account subscribers is still up for grabs.

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Chrome comes to the Enterprise...

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Here's my Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 6 Q&A video. Catch you shopping at the Hardhome Depot! 🐉⛓️ ► http://bit.ly/2wCv4h7


#gameofthrones #gameofthrones7x06 #gameofthronesseason7 #gameofthronesfinale #gotfinale #asoiaf #jonsnow #aryastark #hbo #grrm

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Community Rallies Around Arizona Trump Themed Store After Vandalization

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Yesterday was so good that it’s worth celebrating all over again. Watch the behind-the-scenes sweetness of #AndroidOreo coming to life.

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NGC 5189 Planetary Nebula

The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope Striking image of the planetary nebula NGC 5189. The intricate structure of the stellar eruption looks like a giant and brightly coloured ribbon in space.

Image: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) [high-resolution]

Caption: Hubble Heritage team

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// High-ranking military officials have become an increasingly ubiquitous presence in American political life during Donald Trump’s presidency, repeatedly winning arguments inside the West Wing, publicly contradicting the president and even balking at implementing one of his most controversial policies.
Connected by their faith in order and global norms, these military leaders are rapidly consolidating power throughout the executive branch as they counsel a volatile president. Some establishment figures in both political parties view them as safeguards for the nation in a time of turbulence.Trump’s elevation of a cadre of current and retired generals marks a striking departure for a country that for generations has positioned civilian leaders above and apart from the military. “This is the only time in modern presidential history when we’ve had a small number of people from the uniformed world hold this much influence over the chief executive,” said John E. McLaughlin, a former acting director of the CIA who served in seven administrations. “They are right now playing an extraordinary role.” In the wake of the deadly racial violence in Charlottesville this month, five of the Joint Chiefs of Staff were hailed as moral authorities for condemning hate in less equivocal terms than the commander in chief did. On social policy, military leaders have been voices for moderation. The Pentagon declined to immediately act upon Trump’s Twitter announcement that he would ban transgender people from the armed forces, instead awaiting a more formal directive that has yet to arrive. //

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With the iPhone 8 comes a set of two phones, iPhone 7S and 7S Plus, are rumored to be coming to Apple’s next big event. Release time for these devices does not seem to be all that different from past years – but precedent might not dictate the features this time around. According to a repair shop employee from China, … Continue reading

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You'll never see this again!

Kyrie is going to the Celtics!
Isaiah Thomas is going to the Cavs! #nba

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A Morning Walk

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Breaking: Jon Jones fails UFC 214 drug test 
https://goo.gl/DVE9sd

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The Cosmic Seagull

This new image from ESO’s La Silla Observatory shows part of a stellar nursery nicknamed the Seagull Nebula. This cloud of gas, formally called Sharpless 2-292, seems to form the head of the seagull and glows brightly due to the energetic radiation from a very hot young star lurking at its heart. The detailed view was produced by the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-meter telescope.

Nebulas are among the most visually impressive objects in the night sky. They are interstellar clouds of dust, molecules, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gases where new stars are being born. Although they come in different shapes and colors many share a common characteristic: When observed for the first time, their odd and evocative shapes trigger astronomers’ imaginations and lead to curious names. This dramatic region of star formation, which has acquired the nickname of the Seagull Nebula, is no exception.

This new image from the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-meter telescope at ESO’s La Silla Observatory in Chile shows the head part of the Seagull Nebula. It is just one part of the larger nebula known more formally as IC 2177, which spreads its wings with a span of over 100 light-years and resembles a seagull in flight. This cloud of gas and dust is located about 3,700 light-years away from Earth. The entire bird shows up best in wide-field images.

The Seagull Nebula lies just on the border between the constellations of Monoceros (The Unicorn) and Canis Major (The Great Dog) and is close to Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky. The nebula lies more than four hundred times further away than the famous star.

The complex of gas and dust that forms the head of the seagull glows brightly in the sky due to the strong ultraviolet radiation coming mostly from one brilliant young star — HD 53367 — that can be spotted in the center of the image and could be taken to be the seagull’s eye.

The radiation from the young stars causes the surrounding hydrogen gas to glow with a rich red color and become an HII region [3]. Light from the hot blue-white stars is also scattered off the tiny dust particles in the nebula to create a contrasting blue haze in some parts of the picture.

Although a small bright clump in the Seagull Nebula complex was observed for the first time by the German-British astronomer Sir William Herschel back in 1785, the part shown here had to await photographic discovery about a century later.

Image: ESO [high-resolution]

Caption: ESO

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Green Flames

The Flame Nebula sits on the eastern hip of Orion the Hunter, a constellation most easily visible in the northern hemisphere during winter evenings. This view of the Flame nebula from WISE, NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, shows an expanded view over one previously released of this enormous space cloud (http://wise.ssl.berkeley.edu/gallery_FlameNebula.html).

The previous image was made from data WISE collected after its coolant began to run out, when only three of WISE’s infrared bands were in operation. The flame nebula is a very infrared-bright region, and the reduced sensitivity during the 3-band phase of the WISE mission worked to the advantage of astronomers interested in studying the brightest parts of this region without so much glare.

This new image includes more data collected from all of WISE’s four infrared bands. This view takes in a vast cloud of gas and dust where new stars are being born. Three familiar nebulas are visible in the central region: the Flame nebula, the Horsehead nebula, and NGC 2023. The Flame is the brightest and largest in the image. It is being lit up by a star inside it that is 20 times the mass of the sun and would be as bright to our eyes as the other stars in Orion’s belt if it weren’t for all the surrounding dust, which makes it appear 4 billion times dimmer than it really is.

NGC 2023 is the bright knot below the Flame. The famous Horsehead nebula is visible poking out of the edge of the cloud, just to the right of NGC 2023 and down a touch. It takes on a very different view in infrared compared to visible light. In visible light, the horse’s head is a silhouetted dark cloud in front of glowing gas. But here, we see the dust in that dark cloud glowing in infrared light.

Two of the three stars in Orion’s belt are visible in this image, but despite their prominence to our eyes in the night sky, they are somewhat unremarkable as seen by WISE. Alnitak, the far left star in Orion’s belt, is a multiple blue-giant star system located 736 light-years away. In this image, it is located just to the right of the central part of the Flame nebula. Alnilam, the middle star of Orion’s belt, is a variable blue supergiant, located 1,980 light-years away. Despite having a radius 24 times bigger than the sun, and luminosity 275,000 times greater than the sun, it only appears as a moderately bright star near the upper right corner of this image.

Another noteworthy feature in this image is the bright red arc at the lower right. This arc surrounds the star sigma Orionis, the upper star in the sword of Orion, which hangs from his belt. It is a blue dwarf multiple star system, located 1,070 light-years away. It is moving through space at a breathtaking speed of 5,260,000 mph (2,400 kilometers per second). At that speed, winds from the star system crash into the gas and dust outside the system and create a bow shock, where material in front of the speeding Sigma Orionis system is piling up. The energy from the bow shock heats up dust in the region and makes it glow in infrared.

Color in this image represents specific infrared wavelengths. Blue represents light emitted at 3.4-micron wavelengths, and cyan (blue-green) represents 4.6-microns, both of which come mainly from hot stars. Relatively cooler objects, such as the dust of the nebulae, appear green and red. Green represents 12-micron light and red represents 22-micron light.

Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech [high-resolution]

Caption: NASA

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#transformationtuesday with our amazing 😍 #TTC Captain @hannah_ttc! This girl has had her dancing shoes 👠 on since before she could walk! 💙
Read more on: bit.ly/2ioZduP

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders & T-Rac)

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Who Won the Trade?

Long-term is think the Celts won, short term I think the Cavs won.

Cleveland gets one last crack at it, they get IT for at least a year and a future first round draft pick in 2018.

The Celts get a younger player in Irving for at least for the next two years, they won't have to pay IT all that money next summer. Kyrie said he wanted to go to a contender and he wanted it to be his team. Well now he's got that.

Cavs will still win the East next year, but next summer it'll be over. LeBron will leave and probably Isaiah too. Either way it'll be a fun year to watch.

Who do you guys think Won?

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The great one, Paul Erdős, made profound contributions to the mathematical sciences.

Thank you, Paul Erdős! 😄

Happy Birthday (March 26), Erdős! 😄

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T-Mobile customers turned to messaging apps and social media during the eclipse

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Eclipse Totality over South Carolina

Credit: Joseph Gruber
Location: Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Image Date: August 21, 2017

#Earth #Science #Astronomy #SolarEclipse #Sun #Solar #Moon #Eclipse #SolarEclipse2017 #Eclipse2017 #Totality #Columbia #SouthCarolina #UnitedStates #Astrophotography #Photography #STEM #Education

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A Closer Look at the Officials in the #Mayweather vs #McGregor Fight

READ: http://www.thesweetscience.com/feature-articles/44006-integrity-closer-officials-mayweather

#boxing #boxeo #MMA #MayweatherMcGregor

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People Are Using Recycled Laptop Batteries To Power Their Homes

http://bit.ly/2vmP9E9

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Just before Samsung's Unpacked event tomorrow, here's the Galaxy Note 8 in Orchid Grey.

#Android #News #Samsung #GalaxyNote8

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SHOWDOWN! Trump In Phoenix -
https://www.infowars.com/showdown-trump-in-phoenix/ #infowarsLIVE #newswars #MAGA🇺🇸

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Certain foods have been shown to fight inflammation, strengthen bones and boost the immune system. Adding these foods to your balanced diet may help ease the symptoms of your arthritis.

http://www.hownutrition.info/5-best-foods-joint-pain/

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White House Asks For Barron Trump’s Privacy Following Column Criticizing His Attire
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