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First they criticise iPhone, then get busy in copying iPhone. Apple is a trend setter in true sense!
#Apple #eSIM #Smartphone #iPhone
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Stables - Vaucluse House, Sydney
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Research Suggests Schizophrenia is an Extreme Version of a Common Personality Type

Findings suggest that many mental illnesses may be thought of as extreme variants of a normal personality.

The research is in Schizophrenia Bulletin. (full open access)

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The Concept of Different Learning Styles Is the Most Popular Neuroscience Myth

Fundamentally, all human beings learn in similar ways. The idea that people may learn more or less depending on their own particular visual, auditory or kinesthetic preferences is the most popular and influential myth in neuroscience. It was even called a "neuromyth" by Paul Howard-Jones, a professor of neuroscience and education at Bristol University, in a 2014 paper. A concept characterized by the misunderstanding, misreading or misquoting of scientific facts.
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#China vowed to retaliate after the #US said it will impose a 10% tariff on about $200bn in Chinese goods next week and more than double the rate in 2019. The statement from the Ministry of Commerce didn’t note specific actions, though China has previously said it would respond with levies on $60bn worth of U.S. goods. Such a move risks deepening the standoff even further, with President Donald Trump saying in a statement on Monday the U.S. will immediately pursue additional tariffs on about $267bn of Chinese imports if Beijing hits back.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, retailers, agricultural groups and some members of #Trump’s own #Republicanparty have spoken out against his tariff campaign. It’s also divided his advisers between China hawks like U.S. Trade Representative #RobertLighthizer and Treasury Secretary #StevenMnuchin, a former Wall Street banker who is seeking a trade deal.


#WorldEconomy #Protectionism #America #Globalisation #GlobalTrade #TradeWars #EconomicRisk #Economy #TradePolicy #InternationalTrade #TradeTariffs #Politics #Geopolitics #InternationalRelations #USA #GlobalTradeWar
China Vows to Retaliate After Trump's $200 Billion Tariff Hit
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-17/trump-ratchets-up-tariff-pressure-on-china-with-200-billion-hit
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REVIEW: Saturn you can see to the SW, and Mars is marginal on the 19th for earthquake.usgs.gov
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Trump threatens ‘economic retaliation’ if China goes after US workers https://nyp.st/2D71EfY
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The brain predicts words before they are pronounced

_The Primary Auditory Cortex is highlighted in magenta, and has been known to interact with all areas highlighted on this neural map. Credit: Wikipedia.
The brain is not only able to finish the sentences of others: A study by the Basque research centre BCBL has shown for the first time that it can also anticipate an auditory stimulus and determine the phonemes and specific words the speaker is going to pronounce. Prediction is one of the main neuro-cognitive mechanisms of the brain. Every millisecond, the brain tries to actively anticipate what will happen next depending on the knowledge it has of its environment._
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Salt, Pepper, and Ice
Video Credit & Copyright: Maroun Habib (Moophz)
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap180918.html

There's a "camera" comet now moving across the sky. Just a bit too dim to see with the unaided eye, Comet 21P / Giacobini-Zinner has developed a long tail that makes it a good sight for binoculars and sensitive cameras. The movement of the Comet 21P on the sky was captured last week in the featured time-lapse video compressing 90 minutes into about 2.5 seconds. What might seem odd is that the 21P's tail is not following the comet's movement. This is because comet tails always point away from the Sun, and the comet was not moving toward the Sun during the period photographed. Visible far in the background on the upper left is the Salt & Pepper star cluster, M37, while the bright red star V440 Auriga is visible just about the frame's center. This 2-km ball of dust-shedding ice passed its nearest to the Sun and Earth only last week and is now fading as it crosses into southern skies. Comet 21P should remain visible, however, and photogenic to stabilized cameras, for another month or so.
2018 September 18
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The carbon-fiber, 810-horsepower Monza will come in one-seat and two-seat versions, 
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Amazing Timelapse video of clouds in the sky......
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“The outer layers are extremely tenuous and rarified, and the radiation we receive here on Earth doesn’t all originate from the very edge of that plasma. Instead, much of what we see originates from about the first 500 kilometers, where the interior layers are significantly hotter than the outermost ones. The light coming from our Sun — or any star, for that matter — is not a blackbody, but the sum of many blackbodies that vary in temperature by many hundreds of degrees.

It’s only when you add all these blackbodies together that you can reproduce the light we see coming from our parent star. The cosmic microwave background, when we look at its spectrum in detail, is a far more perfect blackbody than any star could ever hope to be.”

If you get your science from the internet, you might hear about all sorts of alternatives to the Big Bang. Grandiose claims are often made, decrying the Big Bang as a religion that can never be falsified, while simultaneously touting ideas that most scientists discarded decades or even centuries ago.

But there is no ideology at play; science is a game that we play with predictive power and evidence. The Big Bang makes explicit predictions, and so do alternative ideas that rely on atomic emissions, reflected starlight, photonic energy loss, or heated-up dust.

We can look at every idea we can conceive of, but in the end, only one matches what we observe. Here’s how the Cosmic Microwave Background points to the Big Bang, and away from every other alternative.
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School superintendent on Texans star: ‘You can’t count on a black QB’ https://nyp.st/2D5FjPS
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This is next on my list of things to try...
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