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The moon no longer has a magnetic field, but NASA scientists are publishing new research that shows heat from crystallization of the lunar core may have driven its now-defunct magnetic field some 3 billion years ago.

https://rxscience.org/nasa-confirms-the-formation-of-magnetic-field-due-to-dynamo-at-lunar-core/
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194+ [BREATHTAKING] Good Morning My Love Text Messages For Him! --> #love #happy #life #romance
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Check out some of our best photos from Sunday's #SaluteToService win over the Panthers:

https://www.detroitlions.com/photos/lions-vs-panthers-cheer-photos


#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Detroit Lions Cheerleaders)
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Ivanka Trump Isn’t Fooling Anyone
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15 of the Best Plunging Necklines Worn by Celebrities in 2017
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A new in-game event is just around the corner for the Nintendo Switch title ARMS. The next ARMS Party Crash is set to take place from November 23 at 1 a.m. PT to November 26 at 1 a.m. PT. It will be the start to an elimination tournament called Party…
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Are you in recovery from stroke? We have identified the best apps to help stroke survivors with their recovery and rehabilitation.

https://thetechinside.com/the-10-best-apps-for-stroke-survivors-in-2018/
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With no comedian, Trump might attend White House Correspondents’ Dinner https://nyp.st/2R6APuQ
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"A new scientific article shows that 25 European waterbird species can change their wintering areas depending on winter weather. Warm winters allow them to shift their wintering areas northeastwards, whereas cold spells push birds southwestwards. Species wintering in deep waters show the fastest long-term change: their abundances have shifted annually about 5 km northeastwards in the past 24 years.

A recent collaborative study between 21 European countries provides new insights into how waterbirds respond to the changes in winter weather conditions at large scale. The study shows that waterbirds respond to both year-to-year and long-term changes in winter weather conditions, which is evident by the changes in local abundances during winter.

- Our study highlights that not all waterbirds respond equally to changes in weather conditions. Species preferring shallow and deep water are responding fastest to annual variation in temperature, whereas farmland species like geese, show weak responses, says Diego Pavón-Jordán from the Helsinki Lab of Ornithology at Finnish Museum of Natural History and leading author of this study.

In addition to the year-to-year variation, the study also shows that there is a long-term shift of the centre of the wintering population of species preferring deep waters, which has been progressively moving northeastwards during the 1990s and 2000s. The centre of the wintering population of species preferring shallow waters moved northeastwards during the 1990s and early 2000s but southwestwards after mid-2000s, coinciding with several consecutive harsh winters in Europe".

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Richard Ojeda Isn’t Like Other Democrats. Is That a Good Thing? https://nym.ag/2QZ50Ev
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katalay.net Are Dogs Empathetic? It Depends On The Individual Dog - Are Dogs Empathetic? It Depends On The Individual Dog
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"Scientists are studying a guppy-sized, blind, translucent fish that lives in the cave systems of northern Mexico to figure out why some animals can regenerate their hearts, while others just scar. Their research appears November 20 in the journal Cell Reports.

"Millions of years ago, some surface fish living in rivers flooded into caves, became trapped when river levels retreated, and lost their eyes and pigment to adapt to cave life," says co-senior author Mathilda Mommersteeg, developmental scientist at the University of Oxford. "We have discovered that, like zebrafish, the river surface fish regenerate their heart, while some cavefish cannot and form a permanent scar. We introduce the Mexican cavefish as a new model for heart regeneration research."

Mommersteeg and her team bred both surface and cavefish in the laboratory, performing surgery on some fish to remove a piece of their hearts. After surgery, surface fish slowly regenerated the missing tissue, while cavefish developed a scar. When they cross-bred the cavefish with surface fish and performed the surgery, their offspring showed differing levels of regeneration, indicating that the ability to regenerate heart tissue is heritable in these fish.

They tested the regenerative role of lrrc10, a mysterious gene unique to heart musclethat the fish shares with mice and humans, using knockout models and quantitative trait locus analysis. They found that lrrc10 and three DNA segments may play a role in heart regeneration.

"Quantitative trait locus analysis is a method that has allowed us to find out what part of all the surface fish DNA is most crucial for heart regeneration," says co-senior author Yoshiyuki Yamamoto, developmental biologist at University College London. (We have identified three regions in the DNA that contain genes that make the difference between regeneration or scarring after heart injury)."

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This image taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) shows a beautiful spiral galaxy called NGC 6744.

https://todaysintech.com/hubble-captures-photo-of-massive-nearby-galaxy-that-is-still-growing/
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Aquaman Final Official Trailer!

Final trailer for the third live-action film featuring Aquaman, following Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. Based on characters from the comic books and graphic novels published by DC Comics. [amzn.to/2QBe6Y0]

Arthur Curry, the reluctant ruler of the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, is caught in a battle between surface dwellers that threaten his oceans and his own people, who are ready to lash out and invade the surface.

In theaters December 21, 2018. Directed by James Wan. Screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick and Will Beall from a story by Wan, Beall, and Geoff Johns. Stars Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Nicole Kidman.

#aquaman #arthurcurry #jasonmomoa #mera #amberheard #superheroes #action #adventure #scifi #dccomics #comics #movies
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When the lava meets the sea, it cools quickly while boiling the ocean into steam. This results in a distinctive texture: the quenching produces a glassy outer surface from the lava cooling too quickly for crystal structure to grow. This insulates the inside of the globs, trapping any dissolved gas as bubbles and allowing internal microcrystal growth from the slightly slower cooling rate.
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12 minutes. Global warming is really cool! (((Everything is backwards!)))

Nice bit of data sets showing various falls of various empires and civilizations during cold periods. Looks likeca perfect time to import a bunch of gullible hot-blooded Latinos into north America! Can't have civil strife without loco Latinos! Eye yi yi!

So be sure to bury something really good for the archaeologists of the future!

I'm burying wheat! - don't worry I have a ice axe to dig out a portion.
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There is a possibility that Matthew Whitaker may have been appointed Acting Attorney via tweet.
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Trump submits written answers to Mueller's Russia probe questions
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Jared and Ivanka made $82 million last year as unpaid civil servants
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Knicks change course, bench rookies amid tanking perception https://nyp.st/2QWzHKk
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Trump rejected calls by many in Congress, including members of his own party, for a tougher response, and he dismissed reports from U.S. intelligence agencies that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman must have at least known about such an intricate plot to kill Jamal Khashoggi.
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