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All of the Kardashian-Jenner Sisters Plus a Big Quilt Star in Calvin Klein's New Campaign https://trib.al/q3LSwZt

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Patriots open as favorite over Eagles in Super Bowl

Oddsmakers like the chances of Tom Brady winning a sixth Super Bowl ring, making the New England Patriots nearly a touchdown favorite to beat the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Engineers use the "Eyeball method" every day- notwithstanding the Blackball of nearby Geologists; oh- for the "Days of Yesteryear"- when they would sit on a rock, sipping their Beer!

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Trump keeps low public profile during shutdown, but is 'itching' to be involved

President Donald Trump stayed out of public view this weekend as delicate negotiations continued to fully reopen the federal government, sharing his opinions publicly only in sporadic, tweet-sized bursts.

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How I Break Twitter Rules and Get 108 Million Impressions #Entrepreneurship #Business #Entrepreneur #startup #startups

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Patriots in an old, familiar spot headed for a Super Bowl showdown with the Eagles

The New England Patriots added to the lore of the NFL's latest, perhaps-greatest dynasty Sunday when they beat the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC championship game despite quarterback Tom Brady's injured throwing hand, despite the loss of tight end Rob Gronkowski to a concussion, despite facing deficits of 11 points in the first half and 10 points in the fourth quarter.

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Not everyone is laughing

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New study predicts Atlanta has best shot at becoming Amazon’s HQ2

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Looking at the universe through very different ‘eyes’

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That Trump would accuse Democrats — like herself — of not caring about the military was galling, Sen. Tammy Duckworth said.

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Do moon phases produce big earthquakes? | #Geology #GeologyPage #Earthquake

Huge earthquakes are not significantly influenced by the moon, a new study says.

The study, conducted by U.S. Geological Survey seismologist Susan Hough, looked at earthquakes of magnitude 8 or greater over the past four centuries.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/01/moon-phases-produce-big-earthquakes.html

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Amazingly, in the middle of a heatwave with temperatures around the 40 mark, this rose bush decided it was time to flower again.

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On This Day In Space! Jan. 22, 2003: Pioneer 10 Beams Last Signal to Earth

Pioneer 10 was NASA's first mission to the outer planets. It was the first spacecraft to fly through the asteroid belt, the first to visit Jupiter, and the first to venture beyond the outer planets. The spacecraft is currently on its way out of the solar system and has traveled more than 10 billion miles away from Earth.

While it was originally intended to last just 21 months, Pioneer 10 kept collecting and transmitting data for more than 30 years before its radioisotope power supply decayed, and NASA could no longer contact it.

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Google Featured Snippets from YouTube Video Descriptions

Featured snippets put your content above the regular search results. We discovered that Google will sometimes create them from YouTube video descriptions. Learn how to optimize to earn them!

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Few arrests as Eagles fans take to streets to celebrate

Philadelphia police say few arrests have been made amid celebrations following the Eagles' NFC championship game victory.

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#Euronews looks back on 10 years of scientific research in Europe's #Columbus module. #Columbus10Years

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From Dinosaurs To Bionic Limbs: The 2018 Europe 30 Under 30 In Science And Healthcare #nerd #future #geek #science #technology #tech #innovation #techhouse #Gadgets #internet

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Engineers design artificial synapse for 'brain-on-a-chip' hardware

Packed within the squishy, football-sized organ are somewhere around 100 billion neurons. At any given moment, a single neuron can relay instructions to thousands of other neurons via synapses—the spaces between neurons, across which neurotransmitters are exchanged. There are more than 100 trillion synapses that mediate neuron signaling in the brain, strengthening some connections while pruning others, in a process that enables the brain to recognize patterns, remember facts, and carry out other learning tasks, at lightning speeds. Researchers in the emerging field of "neuromorphic computing" have attempted to design computer chips that work like the human brain. Instead of carrying out computations based on binary, on/off signaling, like digital chips do today, the elements of a "brain on a chip" would work in an analog fashion, exchanging a gradient of signals, or "weights," much like neurons that activate in various ways depending on the type and number of ions that flow across a synapse. In this way, small neuromorphic chips could, like the brain, efficiently process millions of streams of parallel computations that are currently only possible with large banks of supercomputers. But one significant hangup on the way to such portable artificial intelligence has been the neural synapse, which has been particularly tricky to reproduce in hardware. Now engineers at MIT have designed an artificial synapse in such a way that they can precisely control the strength of an electric current flowing across it, similar to the way ions flow between neurons. The team has built a small chip with artificial synapses, made from silicon germanium. In simulations, the researchers found that the chip and its synapses could be used to recognize samples of handwriting, with 95 percent accuracy. The design, published today in the journal Nature Materials, is a major step toward building portable, low-power neuromorphic chips for use in pattern recognition and other learning tasks.



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Orion (1st business venture) has Beetle Juice, and it already "spit in its Eye"; however- tighten the Belt, and outsmart O'Brien:
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