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Alexanderplatz, Berlin
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Joy does not simply happen to us. We have to choose joy and keep choosing it every day. - Henri J M Nouwen

Try to choose joy. Even if it is the simply things.

#Lego #Bokeh #ToyPhotographers #Secretworldofmagnusonpark #xxsjc
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"Marvel's Daredevil" showrunner Erik Oleson and star Charlie Cox talk about Matt Murdock's journey in the new season, premiering tomorrow on Netflix: http://bit.ly/2Oubf5X
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Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL: Specs, Price, Availability, and Offers #Google #Pixel3 #Pixel3XL
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Interested in the new Porsche Design Mate 20? You can download all the Huawei Porsche Design Mate 20 RS wallpapers right here! #News #Huawei #HuaweiMate20
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Marvel Theory: The Avengers 4 Time Loop Explained
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Will #IronMan use his Proton Cannon to defeat Thanos in #Avengers4?
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#Business #Technology #SMB Stop Trying to Build the Next Salesforce and Build User Value Instead - We're in the throes of a shift in the way applications are designed and consumed, and it is about to give the user even more power.
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It's close fly by maybe thousands miles from Earth, but one rogue pebble could hit us .... still.
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Novel Antidepressants May Improved Sleep for Those With Depression

MDD patients who took Vortioxetine had significant improvements in subjective sleep quality and daytime sleepiness.

The research is in British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. (full access paywall)

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What are your thoughts on Google's latest flagships? We're kind of... meh?

#android #reviews #google #pixel3 #tech
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In the absence of gravity, foams and granular materials stick together for longer. Our astronaut Alexander Gerst shares how researchers are studying the properties of these materials in space to help innovation on Earth.

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Trump threatens to deploy military, close border over migrant ‘caravan’ https://nyp.st/2CR1dp5
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“Over time, galaxies merged together and grew, but small, faint galaxies still remain today. Even in our own Local Group, we’re still discovering galaxies that contain mere thousands of stars, and the number of galaxies we know of have increased to more than 70. The faintest, smallest, most distant galaxies of all are continuing to go undiscovered, but we know they must be there. For the first time, we can scientifically estimate how many galaxies are out there in the Universe.

The next step in the great cosmic puzzle is to find and characterize as many of them as possible, and understand how the Universe grew up. Led by the James Webb Space Telescope and the next generation of ground-based observatories, including LSST, GMT, and the ELT, we’re poised to reveal the hitherto unseen Universe as never before.”

How many galaxies are there in the Universe? If you had asked Carl Sagan a generation ago, the answer might have been something vague, like billions and billions. Just a decade or two ago, people would have guesstimated around 100 billion, as deep surveys from Hubble could give us a count of galaxies both near-and-far in a small region of the sky. But those estimates aren’t necessarily any good, except to serve as lower limits. In order to understand how many galaxies must truly be out there, it requires us to understand both what the Universe is made of and what constitutes a galaxy. Only in the last few years have we reached that level of sophistication, and come up with what we believe, for the first time, is an accurate number.

That number? Two trillion. There are two trillion galaxies in the Universe. This is the story of how we know.
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It's been a rough month.

When your fickleness toward your own products becomes a groan-inducing punchline, though, it's a good sign that you've failed to follow through a little too often.
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