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A recent study reveals that women who started menstruating before age 12 are at increased risk of heart disease and stroke in adulthood
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Snow blowing off of Nodoubt Peak during a late fall sunset. Photographed from Chilliwack Provincial Park in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.

More about this here: https://www.mrussellphotography.com/blog/mount-redoubt-chilliwack-lake-2/

#mountains #chilliwack #northcascades #britishcolumbia #winter
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Remember the #irs targeting of American citizens? Remember no one was held accountable for those actions? Remember #loislerner ? Please share if you think these individuals should be held accountable for their illegal unethical actions. #neverforget it's time to not only drain the swamp, but to see these individuals start being indicted and put in handcuffs. That is the only way this type of corruption will come to an end, otherwise they simply know they can get by with all their illegal activity and there will be no consequences.

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A burst of acrimony on Capitol Hill threatens immigration deal

A burst of public acrimony across Capitol Hill Tuesday exposed how much President Donald Trump's use of a vulgar expression during a meeting on immigration and border security had set back negotiations on the issue.

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright discuss the decline of democracy worldwide and the Trump effect.
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Court Orders State Department to Speed Up Delivery of Clinton Emails

The Deep State bureaucracies in Washington give awful life to the cliché that “the wheels of justice turn slowly.” Such has been the case with the State Department and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails.

Last year, the FBI uncovered 72,000 pages of documents that Clinton attempted to delete or did not otherwise disclose. The State Department had been processing these documents at a rate that would have required us and the American people to wait until at least 2020 to see them.

Now I’m pleased to tell you that a federal court judge has ordered the State Department to speed up the processing and production of these emails. U.S. District Court Judge James E. Boasberg ordered State to finish processing the remaining documents by September 28, 2018.

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A Journey Through the Milky Way
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Hike brings payments, news, and messaging to basic Android phones without mobile data https://tnw.to/2DHVEH6
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Xiaomi Mi Max 3
Xiaomi to bring another Full-Screen display with 18:9 aspect ratio; but this time in massive 7-inch size for the Mi Max 3 along with improved camera features and gigantic 5,500mAh battery....
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Like a Lot of Republicans, Pawlenty Is Giving a 2018 Senate Race a Pass http://nym.ag/2DGFIVV
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Why journalists are asking 'Is Trump a racist?': Van Jones and David Zurawik join Brian Stelter to discuss the fallout from President Trump's "shithole countries" comment. Was it a turning point in how newsrooms report on racist language? http://dlvr.it/QBYHfW #money, #luxury, #wealth #google, #news
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Maybe you overlooked this news.
#OrangePi released a new single-board computer called Orange Pi Lite 2 with #Allwinner #H6 processor.
#OrangePiLite2
USB 3.0, WiFi 802.11ac, BT 4.1
https://time4ee.com/news.php?readmore=295
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"Climate change has scientists worried that birds' annual migration and reproduction will be thrown out of sync with the seasons. Because birds' songs are correlated with their breeding behavior and are easily identifiable to species, monitoring birdsong can be a good way to keep tabs on this possibility, and a new study from The Condor: Ornithological Applications takes advantage of this approach to provide new baseline data for the birds of northern California.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife Brett Furnas and William Jessup University's Michael McGrann analyzed data from two bird survey programs from California's Klamath Mountains and Southern Cascades, both of which used automated recorders to monitor bird sounds between 2009 and 2011. In addition to providing the first comprehensive assessment of songbird occupancy over a 40,000 square kilometer region of northern California, they were able to identify the precise dates of peak vocal activity for eight songbird species, and their work shows that this will be a feasible method to track advances in the timing of vocal activity over the coming decades. Species characterized by strong single peaks in vocal activity already tended to reach those peaks later than other species, perhaps because birds with tightly constrained timing are less able to adapt to changing climatic conditions.

"Climate change is disrupting songbird populations, distributions, and breeding behaviors in our mountain ecosystems. Mountains are particularly sensitive because temperature and precipitation interact in complex ways on mountains," says McGrann. (If Neotropical migrants are unable to adjust their breeding behaviors, then there may be a mismatch in the timing of raising their young to the peak availability in food resources, namely insects. Our technique should allow us to track shifts in elevation, changes in the state of the population, and changes in breeding behaviors in response to climate change over the next ten to twenty years)."

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The Adventure Zone podcasts is currently featuring a mini-series of Monster of the Week called "Amnesty." It's pretty fun to listen to, I just love the setup.

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“I’m an immigrant,” the Lebanese-Canadian neurologist said and added he recognizes the irony of his test having helped Trump, a president who kept out war refugees, promoted a Muslim travel ban, is working to end “chain migration.”

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Changes on horizon for NFL’s 'Thursday Night Football': Changes may be in store for the NFL’s Thursday night schedule, according to reports on the bidding for the games’ media rights. http://dlvr.it/QBXDym
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We’re actually learning that poor nutrition is just as bad for your skin as cigarette smoking. A poor diet can cause inflammation, which triggers oxidative stress and in turn damages collagen and DNA, making you look older. Here are the top 10 food offenders to keep off your plate.

http://www.healthyvogue.com/10-worst-foods-for-your-skin/
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Why the Trump Administration’s DACA Policy Is Indefensible http://nym.ag/2ELDvaN
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Again about the Navier-Stokes equations, which describe how fluids flow.
Why are these equations, which describe familiar phenomena such as water flowing through a hose, so much harder to understand mathematically than, say, Einstein’s field equations, which involve stupefying objects like black holes?
The answer, I discovered, is turbulence. It’s something we’ve all experienced, whether flying through choppy air at 30,000 feet or watching a whirlpool gather in the bathtub drain. Yet familiarity hasn’t bred knowledge: Turbulence is one of the least understood parts of the physical world.
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Attempting to silence the opposition paints a very bleak future, not only for press freedom, but for freedom of speech in general in the Philippines.

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“We need a merit based system of immigration, and we need it now!”
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