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How Taylor Swift & Joe Alwyn will Make Relationship Work During Tour #celebs #celebrity #taylorswift

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Zimbabwe army stops crowd marching towards Mugabe’s ‘Blue Roof’ compound http://ow.ly/DZE230gFd2Z

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'He's Pavlov and We're the Dogs': How Associative Learning Really Works in Human Psychology

Pavlov’s great scientific achievement was to objectively and experimentally investigate these laws. Critically, Pavlov did not study salivation in dogs because he believed associative learning to be an inherently primitive process applicable only to mechanical reactions in animals. Rather, he saw the potential for such learning to be part of a broad range of adaptive human actions. Pavlov simply studied the response system he knew best; indeed, he earned the Nobel Prize in 1904 for his work in digestive physiology.

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Fomalhaut (sounds like a piece of Swedish furniture) is Perpendicular to our Galaxy's (Milky way) plane; it is also in the thick part, and you see beyond MW- when you peer behind- into Intergalactic Space.
Haughty it may be, but Fomalhaut is Orthogonal, or 90 degrees to the MW Disk which is near 60 degrees Tilt to our Ecliptic (Earth-Sun plane).

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New Badges and look on mobile maps as part of Local Guides ..

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Joell Ortiz & Fred The Godson - "Talk Dat"

Monch's brilliance channeled by the heatmakerz here with the Godzilla sample.

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The First Trailer for Deadpool 2 is Finally Here https://trib.al/2W6CY9B

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“He will not step down. He will not stop fighting for the people of Alabama,” said Kayla Moore, who did not take questions.

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Thunder Blow A 23 Point Lead As The Spurs Win 104-101

The OKC Thunder would blow a 23 Point lead vs a Kawhi-less Spurs team tonight losing 101-104. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points and also grabbed a clutch rebound off a Danny Green missed 3 with 24.2 seconds left to put the Spurs up 102-99. Anthony had 20 points to lead the Thunder. Westbrook was held to 15 points after scoring 10 in the opening period however he would shoot an awful 5-22 from the field.

Spurs:

LaMarcus Aldridge: 26 Pts, 9 Rebs
Danny Green: 17 Pts, 6 Rebs
Pau Gasol: 14 Pts, 8 Rebs, 4 Asts

Thunder:

Carmelo Anthony: 20 Pts
Paul George: 18 Pts, 7 Asts, 6 Rebs
Steven Adams: 16 Pts, 8 Rebs
Russell Westbrook: 15 Pts, 9 Rebs, 9 Asts, 5-22 FG

#NBA #Thunder #Spurs #OKC #SanAntonio

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Russia 2018 World Cup venue cities with several air and rail travel time approximations

https://redd.it/7dlltp

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Why doesn’t everyone love reading e-books?

Author: Caroline Myrberg

Abstract: Why do many students still prefer paper books to e-books? This article summarizes a number of problems with e-books mentioned in different studies by students of higher education, but it also discusses some of the unexploited possibilities with e-books. Problems that students experience with e-books include eye strain, distractions, a lack of overview, inadequate navigation features and insufficient annotation and highlighting functionality. They also find it unnecessarily complicated to download DRM-protected e-books. Some of these problems can be solved by using a more suitable device. For example, a mobile device that can be held in a book-like position reduces eye strain, while a device with a bigger screen provides a better overview of the text. Other problems can be avoided by choosing a more usable reading application. Unfortunately, that is not always possible, since DRM protection entails a restriction of what devices and applications you can choose. Until there is a solution to these problems, I think libraries will need to purchase both print and electronic books, and should always opt for the DRM-free alternative. We should also offer students training on how to find, download and read e-books as well as how to use different devices.

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If you think you already spend a lot of time talking to devices – your smartphone, Alexa, Google Home or Siri – just wait, says +Mike Elgan.

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Jupiter's Great Red Spot is made up of clouds of ammonia, ammonium hydrosulphide and water vapour. All three gases produce white clouds, so why is Jupiter's spot red?

Possibly what is happening is that the ammonium hydrosulphide is reacting with high energy photons to produce granules which look reddish when cooled to -223°C, which is slightly colder than the cloud tops.

Alternatively, the ammonia could be mixing with acetylene, the latter being produced when methane is split by sunlight in the upper atmosphere. As the acetylene drifts down to mix the ammonia, it forms a reddish colour.

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Heart health is important for overall health. Blockages in the heart can cause stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes and atherosclerosis. Here are 15 best heart healthy foods to cleanse your arteries.

http://www.howfitness.info/cleanse-your-arteries-with-these-15-foods/

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Streaks of Light

Looking across the Bonneville Salt Flats at cars racing past on I-80. With the galactic core of the Milky Way being in the SW images including it had the interstate running through the image and I picked up some light trails from the cars.

Sony A7S with Samyang 24mm lens

#wildernessphotographer #utah #bonneville #bonnevillesaltflats #nightscape #milkyway #sonya7s

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Hubble’s Cosmic Search for a Missing Arm

This new picture of the week, taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows the dwarf galaxy NGC 4625, located about 30 million light-years away in the constellation of Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs). The image, acquired with the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS), reveals the single major spiral arm of the galaxy, which gives it an asymmetric appearance. But why is there only one such spiral arm, when spiral galaxies normally have at least two?

Astronomers speculated that NGC 4618 may be the culprit “harassing” NGC 4625, causing it to lose all but one spiral arm. In 2004 astronomers found proof for this claim. The gas in the outermost regions of the dwarf galaxy NGC 4618 has been strongly affected by NGC 4625.

Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA
Text credit: European Space Agency
https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/goddard/2017/hubbles-cosmic-search-for-a-missing-arm

#astronomy #astrophysics #space #science #galaxy

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According to a recent accounting by the Washington Post, “the Trump campaign interacted with Russians at least thirty-one times throughout the campaign” and there were at “at least 19 known meetings.” If the full scope of the Trump-Russia story had been known all at once—Paul Manafort’s work for a pro-Putin party in Ukraine, Michael Flynn and Jared Kushner’s back channels to Russian officials, Carter Page and George Papadopoulos’s machinations, Donald Trump, Jr.,’s eager embrace of a Russian lawyer with alleged dirt on Hillary Clinton, the F.B.I.’s investigation, the intelligence community’s warnings—it would have been akin to North Korea going nuclear overnight. The audacity of the Trump campaign’s lies would have been shocking.

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5 Photos - View album
#Aerial
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Author info tagged to each photo

PICS IN ORDER
-Template: Pixel 2 XL
-Wall for Most Mobile Devices
-Wall for Galaxy S8/Note 8
-Wall for LG G6, V30, Pixel 2
-Wall for Essential Phone

#multi_format

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Rain at Last

We've had an incredibly dry spring, and been watering the garden for the last couple of months, but after a massive storm on Friday, we've had steady rain since. It's always amazing how quickly things change, we're now surrounded by greens of every hue, and the flowers seem more vibrant than ever.

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

I think the bridge is more impressive close up than at a distance, the scale of the structure is imposing from any angle.

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Dynasty Football 101 - Episode 11; SportsCrew Radio Network

This weeks conversation deals with the unique buy low / sell high window for rebuilding teams. Trade your older players and turn them into gold. Limited time only. Discussing Rams, Vikings, Patriots, Raiders, Eagles and Cowboys. We also open some eyes breaking down upcoming draft prospect WR James Washington from Oklahoma State.

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This detailed guide shows you various ways to install applications in Ubuntu Linux and it also demonstrates how to remove installed software in Ubuntu.

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Portable Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2018 free download latest standalone offline setup for Windows 64-bit architecture. Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Portable 2018 is a reliable application for creating and editing PDF files as well as provide various signing and protection features. http://downloadbull.com/portable-adobe-acrobat-pro-dc-2018-free-download/

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World News
Wafijaya Enterprise Collaboration With RTB News Website
Copyright © 2017 RTB News Website & Wafijaya Ent. All Rights Reserved.

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1750-word Review & Analysis of Stranger Things: Season 2, Episodes 1-9

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The wireless carrier Republic Wireless, which offers atypical service targeted at those who want as low of a bill as possible, is getting into the hardware game with the unveiling of its own smart speaker. Called Anywhere HQ, this speaker recently popped up on the carrier’s website, though not many details are available at this time. Republic Wireless made a … Continue reading

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https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Linux-4.16-DRM-Changes-Test-2 Linux 4.16 Will Be Another Big Cycle For Intel's DRM Driver

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A sub-desert savanna spread across Madrid 14 million years ago | #Geology #GeologyPage

The Central Iberian Peninsula was characterised by a very arid savanna during the middle Miocene, according to a study led by the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) that compares the mammal assemblages from different localities in Africa and South Asia with those that inhabited the Iberian central area 14 million years ago.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2017/11/sub-desert-savanna-spread-across-madrid-14-million-years-ago.html

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Social Media Addiction is Real: How to Take Your Life Back

Would you devote five years of your life to social media? You might think “no way,” but statistically, you’re already on track to do just that. Based on their current daily behavior, an average person will spend more than five years of his or her life using social media1. (Source: Mediakix study)

But you can change that. It’s not like you’re addicted to social media, right? Not so fast.

#SocialMedia #Mindset

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Fracture Swarms on Mars

These striking features on Mars were caused by the planet’s crust stretching apart in response to ancient volcanic activity.

The fractures in the Sirenum Fossae region in the southern hemisphere were imaged by ESA’s Mars Express in March. They extend for thousands of kilometres in length, far beyond the boundaries of this image.

Read more at>>
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Science/Mars_Express/Fracture_swarms_on_Mars

#astronomy #astrophysics #mars #space #science

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For anyone serious about wanting to understand the nature and scope of evolution as we currently understand it, this lecture series by John R. Platt is an excellent place to start. (Open Yale Course)

Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (EEB 122)

The course presents the principles of evolution, ecology, and behavior for students beginning their study of biology and of the environment. It discusses major ideas and results in a manner accessible to all Yale College undergraduates.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjgHd6HKtvE&list=PLF835705EE8CAC4FA

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Gigi Hadid DROPS out of Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2017
#celebs #celebrities #celeb
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