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Remember when we wrote that Unscripted Donald Trump is vastly different from Teleprompter Trump? Well, as expected, Unscripted Trump spoke in Arizona last night — and he lashed out at fellow Republicans, Senate filibuster rules and, of course, the media.

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It looks like a lot of people are unhappy with the direction Google took with Android Oreo. Most of the negativity seems to be surrounding the aesthetics of Android Oreo, which I find odd. Android Oreo is probably the most polished looking update since Lollipop.

Personally, I really like the whole "Oreo theme" with white background and black icons (besides for nighttime viewing) — The white quick setting panel looks modern in comparison to the outdated look of the grey panel from Lollipop-Nougat; the settings page looks cleaner and well-organized with priority options as the main focus, and the removal of the silly slide-out menu.

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George R.R. Martin Says He’s Too Busy Writing to Watch Game of Thrones http://vult.re/2g4Lvwt

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What's The Blue Light That Appears On #Jupiter 's Poles Sometimes? : https://www.scienceabc.com/nature/universe/what-causes-the-auroras-of-jupiter.html #science #aurora

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Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 has officially been announced with some new features, but what's new and should you care? Here's everything you need to know! #News #GalaxyNote8 #Samsung

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Doors are a part of our daily lives. Learn more about our hinged friends here: http://bit.ly/2i6gGYV

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He Used Only 2 Ingredients, Avoided Knee Surgery And Went Home Pain Free

There is a story of a 44 year old man that was scheduled to have a knee surgery performed on him, until he was able to avoid the surgery completely just by consuming a once secret recipe comprising of two natural ingredients.

#knee #health #surgery #explore #pain #healthbenefits #healthy #cure #pain #remedy #jointpain #healthyliving #healthcare #disease #naturalremedies #herbal

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Here is a photo I captured of the Solar Eclipse on Monday, August 21, 2017 from Frosty Drew Observatory in Charlestown, RI. At my location we experienced a 66.55% partial solar eclipse with maximum eclipse happening at 2:47 p.m. This photo was captured at 2:11 p.m. We had a nice temp drop in the times around greatest eclipse.

Photo Details:
Camera: Canon 60D MagicLantern
1278mm
f/6.3
Filter: White Light
ISO: 320
Exposure: 1/800 second

-Scott

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By Mika McKinnon

Have we detected a new flavour of gravitational wave? Speculation is swelling that researchers have spotted the subtle warping of the fabric of space resulting from the cataclysmic collision of two neutron stars.

Now optical telescopes – including the Hubble Space Telescope – are scrambling to point at the source of the possible wave: an elliptical galaxy hundreds of millions of light years away.

Over the weekend, astronomer J. Craig Wheeler of the University of Texas at Austin launched speculation over a potential new LIGO detection by tweeting: “New LIGO. Source with optical counterpart. Blow your sox off!”

By optical counterpart, he probably means that astronomers could observe light emitted by the gravitational wave source. This suggests the source is neutron stars as, unlike black holes, they can be seen in visible wavelengths. LIGO researchers have long-anticipated this possibility, setting up partnerships with optical observatories to rapidly follow-up on potential signals prior to formally announcing a discovery.

LIGO spokesperson David Shoemaker dodged confirming or denying the rumours, saying only “A very exciting O2 Observing run is drawing to a close August 25. We look forward to posting a top-level update at that time.”

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.@TheNotoriousMMA addresses rumours of a difficult weight cut
#MayweatherMcGregor #MayMac
http://bit.ly/2g42sqX

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Are you a Bitcoin miner? Or maybe interest to learn more and create a mining project or two?

Check out +SeanHodgins' DIY Bitcoin Lottery device for a fun, easy step into the world of digital currency foraging.

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Librem 13 runs PureOS out of the box, Purism's security-focused version of Linux

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.@FloydMayweather responds to people saying he's been over-hyping @TheNotoriousMMA
#MayMac #MayweatherMcGregor
http://bit.ly/2g5MRak

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Here's the Galaxy Note 8 vs the phablet competition right now!

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This is my favourite Bloopers and Outtakes video so far!

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Today with #Texans President, Jamey Rootes announcing what's new at NRG Stadium!
#WhatsNewAtNRG

Read more on: bit.ly/2ipmr40

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Houston Texans Cheerleaders)

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Indian Paint Brush

I took this photo yesterday while climbing in the North Cascades of Washington. I was on a day trip to a popular area and found this lone Indian Paint Brush flower with the white flowers in the background.

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Congratulations, You made it this far! For those who have been here, you already know this selection well. If this is your first time, I put together some climbing photo collections and videos.

The Ptarmigan Traverse https://goo.gl/photos/NNXKxzQXPrCLkv5e8
Wilderness Trip https://goo.gl/HVB0aV
Larch Trees at Horseshoe Lake https://goo.gl/TwZg7y
My YouTube Videos https://goo.gl/IJXBc0
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+Mountain Monday by +Michael Russell

#LandscapePhotography +Margaret Tompkins +Pamela Reynoso +Dave White +Sean McLean
#hqsplandscape for +HQSP Landscape
#PhotoManiaUSA is curated by +David Pilasky, +Marjolein Schat, +Kris Rowlands & +Dorma Wiggin #promotephotography #cascades #cascademountains #climbing #randylikestoclimb #climbingjunkie #alpine #alpineclimbing #Trad
+Luci Westphal

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Symmetry

Macquarie Lighthouse, Sydney

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rain in the morning

#hqspflowers +HQSP Flowers
#btpflowerpro +BTP Flower Pro
+//flower colors//

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My eyes for Brixton lanes _
London August 2017 _

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An Iris in B&W

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Prop up the lion
Lion is the symbol of PML (Pakistan Muslim League), party of recently disqualified prime minister, Nawaz Sharif. The ex prime minister has been judged by supreme court of Pakistan as not truthful/trustworthy and hence unfit to rule the nation (constitutional ruling 62-63)

#pakistan #punjab #street
#streetphotography #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #monochrome #monochromephotography 

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On a mission

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.@markhunt1974 goes off on Jon Jones
#UFC #MMA
http://bit.ly/2iqO4ts

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One of the nice things about the Amazon Echo and Alexa is the ability to purchase items from Amazon using just your voice. Integrating shopping with Amazon's Alexa platform was easy for the company— after all, it's their bread and butter. Google (looking to compete in the same space) launched Google Express and shopping on the Google Assistant to make it faster and easier for you to shop at your favorite stores like Costco and Target. Now, the company is partnering with Walmart to bring you hundreds of thousands of products at Walmart’s Every Day Low Prices.

With the integration, which will be available in late September, you will be able to link your Walmart Easy Recorder list with Google. Once the accounts are linked, you'll receive personalized shopping results based on your online and in-store Walmart purchases. For example, if you order Gatorade, the Google Assistant will know which size and what type you previously purchased from Walmart and will make it easy for you to purchase the same product again.

Furthermore, Google has announced that the company will be doing away with membership fees for its Google Express platform. Starting today, you will also be offered free delivery on Google Express as long as your order is above each store's minimum (usually $25-35). You can sign up¹ to be notified when the Walmart integration becomes available and you'll receive 20% off your first order.

¹https://express.google.com/u/0/about?Walmart=true

#Google #Walmart #GoogleAssistant #GoogleExpress

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Researchers reveal how a novel imaging technique could diagnose Alzheimer's disease by detecting beta-amyloid plaques in the retinas of patients.

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gameplay Walkthrough - Part 6 (Facecam)

[ Let's Play by me ]

「If you enjoy my videos, please subscribe to my YouTube channel! 」

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPwGdUe8sCA&t=25s

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Please don't get hurt....PLEASE! 😓

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“We are present at an incredible time in history: at the birth of the observational science of gravitational wave astronomy. The coming decades will reveal a series of “firsts,” and that should include the first binary neutron star merger, the first pinpointing of a gravitational wave source, and the first correlation between gravitational waves and an electromagnetic signal. If nature is kind to us, and the rumors are true, we may have just unlocked all three.”

It seems like an eternity ago, but it’s been under two years since LIGO first began the science run that would first detect merging black holes. Their latest scientific data run is scheduled to end in just two days, and thus far, they’ve announced a total of three black hole-black hole merger discoveries, along with a fourth probable candidate. Yet thanks to the Twitter account of renowned astrophysicist J. Craig Wheeler, a bit of information has leaked: LIGO may have discovered merging neutron stars for the first time. They’d be approximately ten times lighter than the black holes we’ve witnessed merging, which means the signals are only 10% as strong. In order to get the same amplitude, they’d need to be only 10% as distant, cutting the search volume down to 0.1% the volume. But still, neutron stars may be much more abundant, so we might have a chance. Just yesterday, Hubble observed a galaxy with a binary neutron star inside, just 130 million light years away.

Could we have just detected a merging neutron star pair for the first time, in both gravitational waves and electromagnetic radiation, together? The rush is on to find out!

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The city of Charlottesville has draped a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in black fabric after the city council voted to do so in a chaotic meeting. http://trib.al/s4gKP2T

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Aug. 21 Solar Eclipse, From Ground and Space

A ground-based image of the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017 (gray, middle ring), is superimposed over an image of the Sun’s atmosphere, called the corona (red, outermost ring), as seen by ESA (the European Space Agency) and NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), which watches the Sun from space. At center is an image of the sun’s surface as seen by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory in extreme ultraviolet wavelengths of light.

During a total solar eclipse, ground-based telescopes can observe the lowest part of the solar corona in a way that can’t be done at any other time, as the dim corona is normally obscured by the bright light of the Sun. The structure in the ground-based corona image — defined by giant magnetic fields sweeping out from the Sun’s surface — can clearly be seen extending into the outer image from the space-based telescope. The more scientists understand about the lower corona, the more they can understand what causes the constant outward stream of material called the solar wind, as well as occasional giant eruptions called coronal mass ejections.

Credits:

Innermost image: NASA/SDO

Ground-based eclipse image: Jay Pasachoff, Ron Dantowitz, Christian Lockwood and the Williams College Eclipse Expedition/NSF/National Geographic

Outer image: ESA/NASA/SOHO

https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/goddard/2017/aug-21-solar-eclipse-from-ground-and-space

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Bucking the trend.
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