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#DCCFunFact: Khalyn has a twin brother! #DCCOfTheWeek

Read more on: bit.ly/2sdRvJd

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

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How to bring Google’s ‘View Image’ button back to search results https://tnw.to/2oj3TlJ

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NBA All-Star Game 2018: Live updates, highlights as Team LeBron takes on Team Stephen: Sporting News will provide lives updates from the 2018 NBA All-Star Game. Follow along right here to see if Team Stephen or Team LeBron comes out on top. http://dlvr.it/QGv79r

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These 9 foods naturally aids you in eating less and speeding up your metabolism to burn more fats, and you won’t even have to sweat it out at the gym for hours.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/9-key-foods-burn-fat-increase-energy-levels/

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Texans to release all-time leading tackler Brian Cushing: Cushing was the fifth overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft and was the NFL's Rookie of the Year that season. http://dlvr.it/QGvVQJ

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Throat sensor helps you recover from a stroke http://engt.co/2ogJjTf

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We’ll Find A Planet Like Earth in the Next Decade, Say Astronomers

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Light and the Shade
So the darkness shall be the light, and the stillness the dancing.
---------- T. S. Eliot
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Brainwaves show how exercising to music bends your mind

Headphones are a standard sight in gyms and we've long known research shows listening to tunes can be a game-changer for your run or workout. Back in 2012, Brunel University London's Costas Karageorghis likened music to a legal, performance-enhancing drug, cheating tiredness and sparking feel-good vibes. But the precise brain mechanisms music triggers during exercise are less understood. That's because monitoring technology is easily tricked by body movements, so scientists couldn't know if the results would be the same outside the lab. Now researchers have used portable electroencephalogram (EEG) monitoring with interference shielding technology to measure three types of brainwaves during exercise. This lets them compare the brain's electrical feedback while exercising outdoors to music, a podcast, or no soundtrack at all. They found music rearranges the brain's electrical frequency, causing a drop in focus but enhancing enjoyment 28% more than silence and 13% more than a podcast...Music distracted the walkers' focus, but boosted their energy levels and enjoyment more than the TED podcast and not listening to anything. The podcast didn't affect the walkers' perceptual responses, such as how tired they felt, or their affective responses, such as how happy they felt. But it made them enjoy walking more than without a soundtrack. The study says the brain mechanisms behind these effects appear to be linked to a boost in beta frequencies in the frontal and frontal-central regions of the cortex. "We showed that music has the potential to increase beta waves and elicit a more positive emotional state," said Bigliassi. "This can be capitalised upon during other forms of exercise and render a given activity more pleasurable. People who struggle to engage in physical activity programmes should select appropriate pieces of music to exercise and see The Way It Makes You Feel."

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ASA's next exoplanet-hunting space telescope has arrived in Florida, two months ahead of its planned launch. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) was delivered via truck to NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on Monday (Feb. 12), agency officials said. The spacecraft made the journey from the Dulles, Virginia, facilities of the aerospace company Orbital ATK, which had spent the last year building and testing TESS.

TESS is scheduled to lift off atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket no earlier than April 16 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, which is next door to KSC.

The spacecraft will then spend at least two years studying more than 200,000 of the sun's closest and brightest stellar neighbors, looking for tiny brightness dips caused by planets trekking across the stars' faces. NASA's prolific Kepler space telescope has found nearly 2,500 confirmed exoplanets using this same "transit" technique.

TESS team members have said they expect to find several thousand planets during the spacecraft's mission. If all goes according to plan, a handful of these will be studied in depth by NASA's $8.9 billion James Webb Space Telescope, which is scheduled to launch next year. 

James Webb should be able to scan for water vapor, methane and other gases in the atmospheres of some of the closest exoplanets, helping astronomers better gauge those worlds' potential to host life. And, if researchers get really lucky, Webb may even spot a combination of gases that's suggestive of life itself.

The TESS mission is managed by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and operated by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). George Ricker, of MIT's Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research, is the principal investigator.

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Ways to Use ‘find’ Command to Search Directories More Efficiently

https://www.tecmint.com/find-directory-in-linux/

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NBA All-Star Game: Three takeaways from Team LeBron's thrilling win: Team LeBron trailed by 11 points after the first quarter but stormed back to beat Team Stephen. http://dlvr.it/QGvx5l

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Trump-Russia Noose Tightens a Bit Further

The second-lieutenant to Paul Manafort, the Trump Campaign Manager accused of being paid at least $17 Million in Russian funds illegally funneled through Cyprus banks, is ready to turn on his boss and take a plea deal, per +Los Angeles Times"Former Trump aide Richard Gates to plead guilty; agrees to testify against Manafort, sources say". Gates is likely to serve 18 months in prison "if he cooperates'.

While Manafort was fired by the Trump campaign before the election, Gates stayed with the Trump campaign through the election and inauguration.

LAT: "A former top aide to Donald Trump's presidential campaign will plead guilty to fraud-related charges within days — and has made clear to prosecutors that he would testify against Paul Manafort, the lawyer-lobbyist who once managed the campaign. ...

And: "The Oct. 27 indictment showed that prosecutors had amassed substantial documentation to buttress their charges that Manafort and Gates — who were colleagues in political consulting for about a decade — had engaged in a complex series of allegedly illegal transactions rooted in Ukraine. The indictment alleged that both men, who for years were unregistered agents of the Ukrainian government, hid millions of dollars of Ukraine-based payments from U.S. authorities."


http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-rick-gates-plea-deal-20180218-story.html

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These are 10 insane Olympic moments you should just leave to the professionals http://4.nbcny.com/rwv05wN

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Here are 20 Great Shots From The Hubble Telescope. These are public files that can be found in numerous places. There is a ton of them but here are 20 I really personally thought were cool. This video is 01:50 long.

Some of the shots are different views of the moon,mars,and some even of earth. I like to look at what the Hubble is up to and what amazing new pictures are there in the NASA public royalty free images.

Hubble Images come in by the hundreds of new great looks of unexplored and explored locations in space. If you like space pictures from the Hubble Telescope then please Subscribe if you liked the video.

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Google is working with 911 operators in the US to test a new location-sharing technology, and it could help save tens of thousands of lives each year. #News #911 #Google

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Do You Believe Her Now? http://nym.ag/2oaU7D7
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