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Google is already said to be working on a fix. #News #Google #GooglePixel

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US president Donald Trump has said that a subpoena filed against him for alleged sexual assault is "fake news".

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The Last Jedi’ at Star Wars Galactic Nights on December 16

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Keratin, proteins from 54 million-year-old sea turtle show survival trait evolution

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Nuts and seeds stimulate your body to burn excess fat and shed extra pounds. Plus, they make an incredibly versatile addition to your diet.

http://www.healthuses.com/10-powerful-nuts-seeds-good-health-weight-loss/

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For the first time, NASA scientists have detected light tied to a gravitational-wave event, thanks to two merging neutron stars in the galaxy NGC 4993, located about 130 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Hydra.

Shortly after 8:41 a.m. EDT on Aug. 17, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope picked up a pulse of high-energy light from a powerful explosion, which was immediately reported to astronomers around the globe as a short gamma-ray burst. The scientists at the National Science Foundation’s Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) detected gravitational waves dubbed GW170817 from a pair of smashing stars tied to the gamma-ray burst, encouraging astronomers to look for the aftermath of the explosion. Shortly thereafter, the burst was detected as part of a follow-up analysis by ESA’s (European Space Agency’s) INTEGRAL satellite.

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NASA's Swift, Hubble, Chandra and Spitzer missions, along with dozens of ground-based observatories, including the NASA-funded Pan-STARRS survey, later captured the fading glow of the blast's expanding debris.

"This is extremely exciting science," said Paul Hertz, director of NASA’s Astrophysics Division at the agency’s headquarters in Washington. "Now, for the first time, we've seen light and gravitational waves produced by the same event. The detection of a gravitational-wave source’s light has revealed details of the event that cannot be determined from gravitational waves alone. The multiplier effect of study with many observatories is incredible."

Neutron stars are the crushed, leftover cores of massive stars that previously exploded as supernovas long ago. The merging stars likely had masses between 10 and 60 percent greater than that of our Sun, but they were no wider than Washington, D.C. The pair whirled around each other hundreds of times a second, producing gravitational waves at the same frequency. As they drew closer and orbited faster, the stars eventually broke apart and merged, producing both a gamma-ray burst and a rarely seen flare-up called a "kilonova."

"This is the one we've all been waiting for," said David Reitze, executive director of the LIGO Laboratory at Caltech in Pasadena, California. "Neutron star mergers produce a wide variety of light because the objects form a maelstrom of hot debris when they collide. Merging black holes -- the types of events LIGO and its European counterpart, Virgo, have previously seen -- very likely consume any matter around them long before they crash, so we don't expect the same kind of light show."

"The favored explanation for short gamma-ray bursts is that they're caused by a jet of debris moving near the speed of light produced in the merger of neutron stars or a neutron star and a black hole," said Eric Burns, a member of Fermi's Gamma-ray Burst Monitor team at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. "LIGO tells us there was a merger of compact objects, and Fermi tells us there was a short gamma-ray burst. Together, we know that what we observed was the merging of two neutron stars, dramatically confirming the relationship."

Within hours of the initial Fermi detection, LIGO and the Virgo detector at the European Gravitational Observatory near Pisa, Italy, greatly refined the event's position in the sky with additional analysis of gravitational wave data. Ground-based observatories then quickly located a new optical and infrared source -- the kilonova -- in NGC 4993.

To Fermi, this appeared to be a typical short gamma-ray burst, but it occurred less than one-tenth as far away as any other short burst with a known distance, making it among the faintest known. Astronomers are still trying to figure out why this burst is so odd, and how this event relates to the more luminous gamma-ray bursts seen at much greater distances.

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Archos unveils its bezel-less Diamond Omega flagship killer, coming soon for €500

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Fresh Findings From Cassini

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The CPC congress is not just important for China but also for Asia and the world.

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LG V30 Video Review – Small Bezels, Big Bite

#lg #lgv30 #videoreview #review #android

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The rings have been returned to the rightful owner — a former Blue Jays executive that asked not to be identified, police say.

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At 16th October of 1981, Joseph Simmons, Jam Master Jay and Darryl McDaniels, founded the hip hop group Run-D.M.C. The group is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential acts in the history of hip hop culture. Run-D.M.C. is one of the best-known hip hop acts in the 1980's who, along with LL Cool J, The Beastie Boys, and Public Enemy, signified the advent of the new school of hip hop music.

The legendary 80's rap group Run-D.M.C. combined intelligent lyrics with addictive beats and was responsible for popularising rap and hip-hop in terms of the music, lifestyle and popular image. With their trademark gold chains and Adidas sneakers, Run-D.M.C. pioneered the rap art form and became cultural icons along the way. Unfortunately, due to the slaying of one of its members in 2002, the group has called it quits.

Founded in 1981 by Joseph Simmons, Darryl McDaniels, and Jam Master Jay from Hollis Queens, Run-D.M.C. influenced countless hip-hop acts that followed and made the genre hugely successful with crossover audiences. They had known each other as children in the Hollis district of New York City, Master Jay and McDaniels even attending the same kindergarten.

The band signed a record deal with Profile Records in 1983, and Run's older brother, Russell "Rush" Simmons, signed Run-D.M.C. to his newly formed management company Rush Productions that same year. On their first major United States tour, the group set new fads by performing dressed in baggy black clothing, Adidas Sneakers (always with shoelaces removed), and Fedora hats.

Their mainstream success continued as the group performed at the famous Live Aid concert in 1985, and their 1986 album ''Raising Hell'' became the highest-selling rap album in history (this record was later broken as rap gained more popularity with artists like Notorious B.I.G. and Eminem), reaching number 3 on the ''Billboard magazine'' album charts and selling over 3 million copies.

The album featured the famous cover version of Aerosmith's "Walk This Way", a rap-rock collaboration performed with Aerosmith members Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. The song was the first hip-hop track to make the Top 10 on Billboard's singles charts.

Run-D.M.C. were renowned for breaking new ground in rap music. "It's Like That" and "Sucker MC's" (1983) were the first hip hop tracks that relied on electronic beats and nothing else. "Peter Piper" (1986) was the first rap record in which the DJ cut up a record (in this case, "Take Me to the Mardi Gras" by jazz musician Bob James.

Run-D.M.C. became the first rap act with a platinum album and multi-platinum album, as well as the first rappers to appear on the cover of ''Rolling Stone'' magazine, to receive a Grammy nomination and to appear on Saturday Night Live and American Bandstand.

After a period of lackluster commercial success after the ''Raising Hell'' album, the group made a comeback in 1993 with their album ''Down With the King'', which made Billboard's Top 10 for album and the Pete Rock assisted single "Down With the King". Jam-Master Jay was shot and killed in October 2002, leading Run-D.M.C. to announce their retirement.

The key albums in Run-D.M.C.’s catalog: "Run-D.M.C.", "King of Rock", "Raising Hell" and "Tougher Than Leather", were re-released in deluxe editions with bonus tracks in 2005. As new generations discover the old-school sound, Run-D.M.C. continue to receive their due for kicking the rap revolution into high gear.

On April 4, 2009, rapper Eminem inducted them into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In doing so, Run–D.M.C. became only the second hip hop group in history to be inducted, after Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five.

#RunDMC #GoldenAgeHipHop #RapRock
#Rap #HipHop #OldschoolHipHop
#HipHopGroup #Onthisday #80sMemories

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Deal: Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro for $169 - 10/17/17

#Android #news #gearfit2pro #samsung

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Girl Brilliantly Shuts Down Every Teacher, Classmate And Parent Who Ever Called Her Stupid

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Europe’s first all-electric #telecom #satellite has reached its final working orbit above the Pacific Ocean. #Eutelsat-172B, built for Eutelsat by Airbus, carries new technologies developed through ESA-led projects, including fully articulated thruster arms.

The satellite relied entirely on electric thrusters to climb from its initial orbit into its planned slot over the equator some 35 800 km up, and is now using them to hold position.

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Trump simply can't stop inventing his own reality.
Actual reality so often fails to agree with his ego, after all.

Another recent lie from Trump is one about Obama not calling the families of fallen servicemen.

From the article linked below:

President Donald Trump falsely claimed on Monday that former President Barack Obama didn't call the families of fallen service members.

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"If you look at President Obama and other presidents, most of them didn't make calls — a lot of them didn't make calls — I like to make calls when it's appropriate," Trump said at a press conference in the Rose Garden when asked about why he had not addressed the recent deaths of American troops in Niger.

However, a former senior Obama administration disputed Trump's claim.

"President Trump's claim is wrong," the ex-official said. "President Obama engaged families of the fallen and wounded warriors throughout his presidency through calls, letters, visits to Section 60 at Arlington, visits to Walter Reed, visits to Dover, and regular meetings with Gold Star Families at the White House and across the country."

The list of Trump's lies keeps piling higher.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/trump-s-false-claim-about-obama-fallen-soldiers-n811206

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One of the strangest objects in the outer Solar System has recently been found to have a ring. The object, named Haumea, is the fifth designated dwarf planet after Pluto, Ceres, Eris, and Makemake. Haumea's oblong shape makes it quite unusual. Along one direction, Haumea is significantly longer than Pluto, while in another direction Haumea has an extent very similar to Pluto, while in the third direction is much smaller. Haumea's orbit sometimes brings it closer to the Sun than Pluto, but usually Haumea is further away. Illustrated above, an artist visualizes Haumea as a cratered ellipsoid surrounded by a uniform ring. Originally discovered in 2003 and given the temporary designation of 2003 EL61, Haumea was renamed in 2008 by the IAU for a Hawaiian goddess. Besides the ring discovered this year, Haumea has two small moons discovered in 2005, named Hi'iaka and Namaka for daughters of the goddess.

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Haumea of the Outer Solar System
Illustration Credit: Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía

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Flipkart is in talks to acquire a stake in ticketing platform BookMyShow, reports Livemint. It is unclear whether the e-commerce major is looking to pick up a minority stake or more. According to the publication, Flipkart wants to invest fresh capital…

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CBS’ Earnings Projections Take Big Hit As Network’s NFL Sunday Ratings Crash 17% from Last Year
DYLAN GWINN | 16 Oct 2017 | Breitbart
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The NFL is scheduled to have a meeting on Tuesday to discuss, as Commissioner Goodell puts it, moving “past the anthem controversy.” For CBS, the NFL couldn’t move past the anthem controversy fast enough.

According to Credit Suisse, CBS’ plummeting NFL television ratings will have a direct impact on the company’s earnings.

Credit Suisse cut CBS’ third quarter EPS estimates by 5 percent, due to the network’s struggling Sunday NFL ratings.

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http://www.breitbart.com/sports/2017/10/16/cbs-earnings-projections-take-big-hit-networks-nfl-sunday-ratings-crash-17-last-year/

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Just another Norwegian town on some Fjord...

This place was one of our more..ahem.. 'interesting' accommodation choices, turned out to be a rather religious institution, whilst nothing wrong with that, it just was not very clear to the average punter looking for a place to stay :) .. luckily for us it was our night off the turps and no mischief to be had ;) ... Ironically I had to throw pebbles at the window to get let back in after my sunset shoot (that was about 11:30 pm :) ) .. musta looked at bit suss :)

Norway, everytime I open up the folder of images there is always another shot that jumps out at me, even after al this time

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White Wisteria

These help me reverse down the driveway at night.

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NASCAR VP explains why Jimmie Johnson was Parked at Talladega following rulebook confusion https://racingnews.co/2017/10/17/nascar-red-flag-rules-procedures/

Tags: #jimmiejohnson #nascar #redflag

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Android 8.1 update is arriving shortly!

#android #pixel #pixel2

https://drd.life/2zfi1Ay

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For the more paranoid. "On Tuesday, Google announced the launch of a new "advanced protection" setting for Google accounts, which makes it harder than ever for hackers to break into your sensitive data on Gmail, Google Drive, YouTube or any other Google property. The opt-in, ultra-secure mode is intended for truly high-risk users, including those who face the threat of state-sponsored, highly resourced cyberespionage. Think politicians and officials, high net-worth individuals, activists, dissidents, and journalists.

As such, it's a strict and unforgiving system, designed to reinforce every possible weak link that hackers could use to hijack your account. Logging in from a desktop will require a special USB key, while accessing your data from a mobile device will similarly require a Bluetooth dongle. All non-Google services and apps will be exiled from reaching into your Gmail or Google Drive. Google's malware scanners will use a more intensive process to quarantine and analyze incoming documents. And if you forget your password, or lose your hardware login keys, you'll have to jump through more hoops than ever to regain access, the better to foil any intruders who would abuse that process to circumvent all of Google's other safeguards."

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Our Obsession With Mindfulness Is Based On Limited Scientific Evidence

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Richard Jefferson Agrees To A 1 Year- $2.3 Million Contract With The Nuggets

After being waived by the Cavaliers just a day ago Richard Jefferson has agreed to sign for the veterans minimum to the Denver Nuggets. The Nuggets are reportedly waiving Jameer Nelson to make an open roster spot for Jefferson. The Atlanta Hawks waived Jefferson after competing a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Jefferson for his career has averaged 12.8 Points over 16 seasons in the NBA. And was apart of the Cleveland Cavaliers 2016 NBA Championship roster.

#NBA #Cavaliers #Cleveland

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Jameis Winston injury update: Bucs QB day-to-day with shoulder injury: Winston was diagnosed with a sprained AC joint in the shoulder of his throwing arm, though he managed to avoid structural damage. http://dlvr.it/Pw6wjf

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Andy Weir’s Lunar City at New York Comic Con @NY_Comic_Con #NYCC 2017 #ArtTuesday
https://blog.adafruit.com/2017/10/17/andy-weirs-lunar-city-at-new-york-comic-con-ny_comic_con-nycc-2017/


via The Verge


When Andy Weir published his first novel The Martian a couple of years ago, it went on to become a major best-seller and blockbuster film. His next novel is Artemis, a crime thriller set on the Moon, and New York Comic Con fans have the opportunity to step right into that story. It’s all part of an extensive exhibit put together by Audible to promote the book, entitled The Museum of Artemis: Life on the Moon.

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https://blog.adafruit.com/2017/10/17/andy-weirs-lunar-city-at-new-york-comic-con-ny_comic_con-nycc-2017/

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He Said What?! The Best NFL quotes of Week 6: The Packers are trying to move on from Aaron Rodgers' injury and Tom Brady was not impressed by his latest milestone. http://dlvr.it/Pw2zvs

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How To Use Minced Garlic To Get Your Eyesight Back Without Surgery Or Glasses

Your eyesight deteriorates with age. studies have shown that AMD (or age-related macular degeneration) is a condition that most Caucasian girls have in their Fifties. Beside age, there are many more reasons of eyesight loss, like the choice of life-style that can either improve or damage your eyesight.

#garlic #health #remedy #eyesight #surgery #explore #medicine #herbal #naturalremedies

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How cytoplasmic DNA triggers inflammation in human cells - A team led by LMU's Veit Hornung has elucidated the mechanism by which human cells induce inflammation upon detection of cytoplasmic DNA. Notably, the signal network involved differs from that used in the same context in mice.

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Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Review - Introduction For all the flak both Apple and Google get for “copying” one another, it's genuinely interesting to watch how their very different paths through the smartphone landscape have converged time and time again. On the hardware front, we've watched Apple grow from a one-size-fits-all, take-it-or-leave-it approach to handsets to this year's lineup, with not just the greatest number of phones ever, but also a couple distinctly different designs. G...

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I'm wondering when Eric Holder, Obama, and ATF will be held accountable and charged appropriately.

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President Donald Trump called Republican Rep. Tom Marino "a good man," but said, somewhat ominously, "We're going to be looking into Tom." . https://trib.al/UDkgUIl

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Facebook tests a resume “work histories” feature to boost recruitment efforts

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Cavs may pay tribute to Kyrie opening day 👀

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The Communist App Store: China’s endless apps for tracking, organizing, and motivating party members https://qz.com/1089384/the-communist-app-store-chinas-endless-apps-for-tracking-organizing-and-motivating-party-members/
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