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The legendary Sith Lord meets the master Imperial strategist.

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How do you feel about this whole thing?

#Android #News #NetNeutrality #FCC

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What do you think the next step will be?

#Android #News #Fujitsu #Sensory

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Ashley Horsfall of 'Getting Through Tough Times' is off to a bright future. Before she goes, she wants to know about your progress in recovery. Stop by the blog and let her know.

#mhlessons #lessonslearned #depression #anxiety #bipolardisorder #coping #mentalhealth #mentalillness

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"The glaciers of Pine Island Bay are two of the largest and fastest-melting in Antarctica. (A Rolling Stone feature earlier this year dubbed Thwaites “The Doomsday Glacier.”)

Together, they act as a plug holding back enough ice to pour 11 feet of sea-level rise into the world’s oceans — an amount that would submerge every coastal city on the planet. For that reason, finding out how fast these glaciers will collapse is one of the most important scientific questions in the world today."

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Share High Quality, High Resolution images through Facebook Messenger without any fear of reduction in size and lowering the quality. New Messenger update allows sharing upto 4K resolution images...

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T-Mobile selling the Moto Z2 Force for just $375 upfront for a limited time

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The best diet for a healthy heart is one that is chock-full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytochemicals, and fiber. Here are my nominations for the top 10 heart-healthy foods.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/10-best-foods-heart-health/

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Are you big on high-quality audio?

#Android #News #Audio #DolbyAtmos

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Exercise and the right diet aren't the only things that help prevent heart disease. Know the 5 top drinks that come with heart-healthy benefits.

http://www.howfitness.info/5-healthy-beverages-that-fight-heart-disease/

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The times they are a-changing.

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This Is A Wonderful Huffnung Orchestra Cartoon ... In This Episode We Watch The Maestro (Conductor) Brings A World Of Emotions To Life Interpreted By The Orchestra And The Animation ... The Color Is Also Marvelous ... My IMDB Rating 9 Out Of 10

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Scientists are constantly revealing new things about the body every day and some of them can be a surprise to us.

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Your food choices may be the most influential variable you can control that relates to the health, vitality, and functionality of your precious brain. This article lists 10 best foods that boost your brain.

http://www.healthuses.com/10-foods-boost-brain-health/

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Attention science geeks! This will get you past that gorge fest.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/20/science/thanksgiving-dinner-science.html

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The quality of your diet has been directly linked to the health and optimal functioning of your brain. These six types of foods can have a negative impact on your brain.

http://www.thehealthypage.com/6-worst-foods-hurting-brain/

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Fascinating. "Without doubt the most extraordinary of any such endohedral fullerene is N@C60—a nitrogen atom inside a 60-carbon fullerene cage, which resembles a soccer ball. It’s as though the nitrogen atom floats inside the fullerene, retaining its atomic characteristics. Noble gas elements, such as helium and neon, have also been incorporated in C60. These are very inert species, unlike nitrogen, which is one of the most reactive elements known. And it turns out that nitrogen is key for making an accurate atomic clock.
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Endohedral fullerenes such as N@C60 are outstanding reference materials because, as we showed in 2006, the transitions between their quantum-mechanical spin states have some of the most precisely delineated frequencies of any molecule. If you draw a graph of the materials’ response to stimulating radiation, it will show a very narrow peak at the resonant frequency. Also, the fullerene cage prevents the walls of the container from affecting the frequency. One external influence does, however, penetrate the fullerene cage and can alter the relevant frequencies: a magnetic field. Because the world is full of uncontrolled magnetic fields—for example, from electric motors, steel vehicles, and Earth itself—protection from them is crucial for a stable clock. What Briggs and Ardavan realized is that for the N@C60 molecule, applying a small, static magnetic field can tune the energy levels in such a way that all magnetic influences on the resonance frequency cancel each other out.

The point, of course, is to one day incorporate a complete atomic clock into one chip. In this design, the entire operation is based on radio-frequency electronics, avoiding the need for optical elements, as used in conventional atomic clocks. And unlike a vapor-based clock, there would be no need to maintain a vacuum chamber and no power-hungry heater to drain a battery. An endofullerene-based atomic clock could thus be small, light, and energy efficient. Potentially, it could replace many of the quartz oscillators used in nearly every present-day electronic device to keep time.
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For miniaturized atomic clocks to be incorporated in everyday devices, we must push many different areas in science and engineering to their limits. But the rewards are fantastically important. We look forward to the day when the hearts of endohedral fullerenes beat time all around us."

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My women rugby page https://www.paolodalprato.com/rugby

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St Peters by night, Rome, Italy

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Join us in wishing Pittsburgh Steelers rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster a HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY! 🎁🎂🎈

Read more on: bit.ly/2ztV2pK

#Sports #NFL

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Comedian Sarah Silverman Admits How She Really Feels About Trump Voters – It’s Surprising

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FTA: This isn’t the Trump administration’s first brush with Hatch Act violations: it appears to be one in a pattern of missteps — or intentional disregard for the law.

They just don't care.

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Chicago Cop Who Fired 16 Shots At Car Full Of Black Teens Sentenced To Federal Prison http://www.okayplayer.com/news/chicago-cop-marco-proano-fired-16-shots-car-black-teens-sentenced-five-years-federal-prison.html -via Flynx

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Trump found someone WORSE than Tom Price to regulate the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services: A Big Pharma insulin profiteer

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"It is not how officers die that make them heroes, it is how they lived," Frazer Police Chief Terry Kuhns, who was Shaw's boss before he joined the New Kensington department, said during the funeral Mass. "Clearly Brian tried to make a difference — and did make a difference — and lived his life as a hero."

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See also the discussion at Hacker News [ https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=15704133 ]. "Update: we’ve released our data [ https://webtransparency.cs.princeton.edu/no_boundaries/session_replay_sites.html ] — the list of sites with session-replay scripts, and the sites where we’ve confirmed recording by third parties.

You may know that most websites have third-party analytics scripts that record which pages you visit and the searches you make. But lately, more and more sites use “session replay” scripts. These scripts record your keystrokes, mouse movements, and scrolling behavior, along with the entire contents of the pages you visit, and send them to third-party servers. Unlike typical analytics services that provide aggregate statistics, these scripts are intended for the recording and playback of individual browsing sessions, as if someone is looking over your shoulder.

The stated purpose of this data collection includes gathering insights into how users interact with websites and discovering broken or confusing pages. However the extent of data collected by these services far exceeds user expectations; text typed into forms is collected before the user submits the form, and precise mouse movements are saved, all without any visual indication to the user. This data can’t reasonably be expected to be kept anonymous. In fact, some companies allow publishers to explicitly link recordings to a user’s real identity.

For this study we analyzed seven of the top session replay companies (based on their relative popularity in our measurements). The services studied are Yandex, FullStory, Hotjar, UserReplay, Smartlook, Clicktale, and SessionCam. We found these services in use on 482 of the Alexa top 50,000 sites.

What can go wrong? In short, a lot.

Collection of page content by third-party replay scripts may cause sensitive information such as medical conditions, credit card details and other personal information displayed on a page to leak to the third-party as part of the recording. This may expose users to identity theft, online scams, and other unwanted behavior. The same is true for the collection of user inputs during checkout and registration processes."

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This new healthcare trend could be key to a healthier, longer life.

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Waiting for the next Galaxy flagship? You might not have to wait long.

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Yukon rolls out world-first — labels warning alcohol can cause cancer

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Tesla opens Model 3 order process to non-employees http://engt.co/2A1e1Yo

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How A Half-Educated Tech Elite Delivered Us Into This Chaos

f our supersmart tech leaders knew a bit more about history or philosophy we wouldn’t be in the mess we’re in now…

One of the biggest puzzles about our current predicament with fake news and the weaponisation of social media is why the folks who built this technology are so taken aback by what has happened. Exhibit A is the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, whose political education I recently chronicled. But he’s not alone. In fact I’d say he is quite representative of many of the biggest movers and shakers in the tech world. We have a burgeoning genre of “OMG, what have we done?” angst coming from former Facebook and Google employees who have begun to realise that the cool stuff they worked on might have had, well, antisocial consequences.

Put simply, what Google and Facebook have built is a pair of amazingly sophisticated, computer-driven engines for extracting users’ personal information and data trails, refining them for sale to advertisers in high-speed data-trading auctions that are entirely unregulated and opaque to everyone except the companies themselves.

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