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The brain requires nutrients just like your heart, lungs or muscles do. But which foods are particularly important to keep our grey matter happy and healthy?

Here are 5 choices you can make today for better brain health.

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Wow, that white with black window looks like Fisher-Price design. And Google wants $849 for this? Um, sure 😂

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StarWars.com goes inside the new show with executive producer Mickey Capoferri and host Anthony Carboni.

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Emilia Clarke Just Dyed Her Hair Khaleesi Blonde in Real Life http://ellemag.co/g0vM7oI

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The Pixel Chromebook is back, with a vengeance. I couldn't swallow above $1000-1200 (depending on model) pricing back then, and I still can't, especially in the age of $200 Chromebooks.

The best Chromebooks go for $600-800, but we're talking about double that with the Pixelbook. Who in the world is going to buy this machine?

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The biggest leak of the day, once again courtesy of +Droid Life (major kudos) - the Pixel 2 XL.

It matches our leak from 2 months ago almost perfectly http://www.androidpolice.com/2017/07/11/exclusive-this-is-the-2017-google-pixel-xl-with-low-bezel-amoled-display-and-squeezable-frame/, with the only inaccuracy being the lens and flash switched. But with the rumor level 8/10 and design details that are constantly in flux that early on, I think it's acceptable.

The pricing... +David Ruddock says they may still tweak it to be more in line with the iPhone 8, but I wouldn't expect anything less than $799.99.
https://twitter.com/RDR0b11/status/910210567633215488
https://twitter.com/RDR0b11/status/910211567681024000
https://twitter.com/RDR0b11/status/910211797168226304

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To put the own country first is one of the most important things a president or a politician can do. In this case President Trump shows again his citizens that that they're main to the Trump government. He really tries to care about every American townsmen.

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This Boy is Ignorance, this Girl is Want

I used to be amused by emails claiming Nibiru is going to kill us or the Earth is flat. I'm not amused any more.

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Google Home Mini Images Leaked, Will Reportedly Cost $50 - Google was late to the market with Google Home (and really Google Assistant in general), but the company has slowly been expanding its feature set and making it available to more countries around the world. However, as the Google Home costs $130 if purchased from the Google Store, it’s hard for users to justify purchasing a device for multiple rooms in their house. Amazon has already released cheaper versions of the Amazon Echo, and...

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Liane Moriarty Reveals the Horrifying True Story Behind Big Little Lies http://ellemag.co/PesEGx1

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Best Free and #OpenSource Alternatives to Adobe Products for #Linux https://itsfoss.com/adobe-alternatives-linux/

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Republican speaker of the Texas House just called for the removal of a Confederate plaque from Capitol https://www.dallasnews.com/news/texas-politics/2017/09/19/texas-republican-house-speakerjust-called-removal-confederate-plaque-state-capitol -via Flynx

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Fantastic Food Hacks These 33 Celebrities Swear By

As if being rich, gifted, gorgeous and successful isn’t enough, the rich and famous are determined to also share their hidden talents in the kitchen with the general public. Here’s what the stars cook to woo, win friends, treat themselves or maintain their brilliant physiques.

http://www.stylefigures.com/food-hacks-stars-swear/

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Eight Autism Related Mutations in One Gene

Disorder in 1 gene triggers a chain reaction that disrupts the construction and stability of the brain's developing connections.

The research is in Nature Communications (full open access)

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Launching alongside other major platforms March 2018, a visually striking title called Light Fall has been confirmed for Nintendo Switch. Bishop Games is the studio behind it and the game will be made available to download from the eShop. Check out some…

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Best Players in the NBA - #3

Stephen Curry

Regular Season Stats:

PPG: 25.3
RPG: 4.5
APG: 6.6

SPG: 1.8
BPG: 0.2

FG: 47%
TS: 62%

Playoff Stats:

PPG: 28.1
RPG: 6.1
APG: 6.7

SPG: 2.0
BPG: 0.2

FG: 48%
TS: 67%

2017 Accolades:
NBA All-Star
NBA All-NBA 2nd Team

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Florida man dies in police custody after violating Irma curfew http://www.naplesnews.com/story/weather/hurricanes/2017/09/18/collier-man-dies-ccso-custody-after-curfew-violation-arrest/678346001
Rich person needed new organs

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#CapsDevils Postgame Notebook: Whistle Stop
Caps drop penalty-ridden exhibition opener, a deeper dive on the face-off violation calls, and more.
https://www.nhl.com/capitals/news/capsdevils-postgame-notebook-whistle-stop/c-291180178

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Sean Spicer suggests critics of Emmy appearance should lighten up

Sean Spicer says his surprise Emmy Awards appearance was a chance to have some fun, and suggested Tuesday that people who were upset by it were taking things too seriously.

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Notre Dame by Night, Paris, France

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Tempelhof Airport, Berlin

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I'm super excited to be meeting the designer of this robot - Peter Reid. We will both be attending the opening of Lego House in Billund Denmark. Two more days...

#lego #legography #peterreid #toy_photographers #xxsjc #reflectionphotography

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Santa Monica, CA

Evening walk. Just one time a round.

ENJOY

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The Splendor of a Simple Sunset

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Ascending

Sydney Opera House

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City Trees - 6

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rotten

#treetuesday by +Ralph Mendoza+David R Robinson+Tree Tuesday
#hqsplandscape +HQSP Landscape
#btplandscapepro +BTP Landscape Pro

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When waving away the bright yellow things...
(From "A Child's Christmas in Wales" by Dylan Thomas)

Yellow Iris

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Google Play Music Adds an Option to Stop Automatic Playback - There are times in which you connect a Bluetooth device to your smartphone or tablet and find out that Google Play Music, Pandora, or Soundcloud automatically starts music playback. This can be annoying for some people so we wrote up a method using ADB or Tasker that would let you disable this automatic playback feature that is built into so many devices. Some haven’t had success with that method, but thankfully for those of you ...

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Matt Walsh: Taxpayer-Funded Abortions Unpopular But Too Many Conservatives Are Silent

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Youth Football Linked to Emotional and Behavioral Impairments Later in Life

A new study has found an association between participation in youth tackle football before age 12 and impaired mood and behavior later in life.

The research is in Translational Psychiatry. (full open access)

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NASA heat shield material that could one day be used on an inflatable aeroshell during atmospheric entry on Mars recently underwent testing at Boeing’s Large Core Arc Tunnel in St. Louis, Missouri.

The inflatable aeroshell, using high temperature advanced flexible material systems, will enable atmospheric entry to planetary bodies and the landing of heavy payloads. The Hypersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator (HIAD) project is focused on development of the inflatable aeroshell technology and manufacturing capability at large scale, to support an orbital atmospheric entry flight experiment at Earth and Mars. HIAD overcomes size and weight limitations of current rigid systems by utilizing inflatable soft-goods materials that can be packed into a small volume and deployed to form a large aeroshell before atmospheric entry.

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Double Star in the Morning Sky + Spectacular Night Sky Show

DOUBLE STAR IN THE MORNING SKY: Are you up before sunrise? Look east. Venus is passing by 1st-magnitude star Regulus forming a bright "Double Star" in the waxing twilight sky.
http://www.spaceweather.com/

Jupiter & Moon Sept. 21, 22 & 23
http://earthsky.org/tonight/moon-and-jupiter-after-sunset

Moon passing by Antares and Saturn, Sept. 25, 26 & 27
http://earthsky.org/tonight/see-saturn-after-sunset

Clips, images credit: ESA/HUBBLE, ESO, NASA/JPL, The Night Sky Guy, earthsky

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Size matters in the detection of exoplanet atmospheres

A group-analysis of 30 exoplanets orbiting distant stars suggests that size, not mass, is a key factor in whether a planet’s atmosphere can be detected. The largest population-study of exoplanets to date successfully detected atmospheres around 16 ‘hot Jupiters’, and found that water vapour was present in every case.

The work by a UCL-led team of European researchers has important implications for the comparison and classification of diverse exoplanets. The results will be presented by Angelos Tsiaras at the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2017 in Riga on Tuesday 19th September.

“More than 3 000 exoplanets have been discovered but, so far, we’ve studied their atmospheres largely on an individual, case-by-case basis. Here, we’ve developed tools to assess the significance of atmospheric detections in catalogues of exoplanets,” said Angelos Tsiaras, the lead author of the study. “This kind of consistent study is essential for understanding the global population and potential classifications of these foreign worlds.”

The researchers used archive data from the ESA/NASA Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) to retrieve spectral profiles of 30 exoplanets and analyse them for the characteristic fingerprints of gases that might be present. About half had strongly detectable atmospheres.

Results suggest that while atmospheres are most likely to be detected around planets with a large radius, the planet’s mass does not appear to be an important factor. This indicates that a planet’s gravitational pull only has a minor effect on its atmospheric evolution.

Most of the atmospheres detected show evidence for clouds. However, the two hottest planets, where temperatures exceed 1 700 degrees Celsius, appear to have clear skies, at least at high altitudes. Results for these two planets indicate that titanium oxide and vanadium oxide are present in addition to the water vapour features found in all 16 of the atmospheres analysed successfully.

http://www.europlanet-eu.org/size-matters-in-the-detection-of-exoplanet-atmospheres/

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Sponsored: Get The Latest Xiaomi, OUKITEL, DOOGEE Phones & More From Tomtop

#Android #Deal #Xiaomi #OUKITEL

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