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Left And Right Brain Hemispheres Both Involved In Semantic Memory

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Rob Kardashian Is Reportedly Dating Safaree Samuels' Ex, Star Divine After Kylie Jenner Helped Him With Weight Loss -- Check Out Star's Romantic Message For Him
#celebritynews #BlacChyna, #KylieJenner, #RobKardashian, #SafareeSamuels, #StarDivine, #TheKardashians #Lifestyle #celebrities #celebrity #celebrityinsider

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The Cambridge Analytica scandal has done immense damage to the brand, sources across the company believe. It will now take a Herculean effort to restore public trust in Facebook's commitment to privacy and data protection, they said. Outside observers think regulation has suddenly become more likely, and yet CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears missing in action.

~Dylan Byers

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Compound in Beets May Help Slow Alzheimer's

A compound in beets that gives the vegetable its distinctive red color could eventually help slow the accumulation of misfolded proteins in the brain, a process that is associated with Alzheimer's disease. Scientists say this discovery could lead to the development of drugs that could alleviate some of the long-term effects of the disease, the world's leading cause of dementia.

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Kim Kardashian announced the launch of her new Concealer Kits in the sweetest way. P.S: This is the exact way she conceals too!

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Worth a read. My guess is it will take some time to digest this perspective. (*Note: I De-hyped the headline)

The Sources of Adolescent Social Behaviors Explored

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Rare Stellat Encounter will Trigger Space Fireworks in 2018, says NASA

This is the longest-period binary system containing a radio pulsar. A pulsar, known as J2032. When astronomers started watching it, they had no idea how dynamic was. They still don't know what it's capable of.
This pulsar has been accelerating for the last ten years, and it's still speeding up.

When it passes through the companion star's disk, we're gonna see some serious gamma-ray emission.
The pulsar, known as J2032 is the crushed core of a massive star that exploded as a supernova.
It is a magnetized ball about 12 miles across, or about the size of Washington, weighing almost twice the sun's mass and spinning seven times a second.

The massive star tugging on the pulsar is named MT91 213. Classified as a Be star, the companion is 15 times the mass of the sun and shines 10,000 times brighter.
Be stars drive strong outflows, called stellar winds, and are embedded in large disks of gas and dust.

Astronomers are expecting high-energy explosions when pulsar J2032 swings around its massive companion star in early 2018. The pulsar will plunge through a disk of gas and dust surrounding the star, triggering cosmic fireworks.

Several features combine to make this an exceptional binary. Out of six similar systems where the massive star uses hydrogen as its central energy source, J2032's has the greatest combined mass, the longest orbital period, and, at a distance of about 5,000 light-years, is closest to Earth.

Astronomers think the supernova explosion that created the pulsar also kicked it into its eccentric orbit, nearly tearing the binary apart in the process.
A study of the system led by Lyne and including Ray and Stappers was published June 16 in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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Kevin Harvick on Furniture Row Racing: "I actually look at their team as being bigger than ours."

Tags: #kevinharvick #martintruexjr #furiturerowracing

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Think Facebook will recover from this scandal?

#android #news #facebook #privacy #internet

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An important read worthy of sharing.

The Sanders-Democrats, working to make the Democratic Party a progressive people’s party, are being outflanked by the military-intelligence apparatus. In the end, Democratic Party leadership cares more about numbers than candidate’s policy positions.

Patrick Martin writes:

“If on November 6 the Democratic Party makes the net gain of 24 seats needed to win control of the House of Representatives, former CIA agents, military commanders, and State Department officials will provide the margin of victory and hold the balance of power in Congress. The presence of so many representatives of the military-intelligence apparatus in the legislature is a situation without precedent in the history of the United States.”

Just as Freedom Caucus Tea Party representatives hold power in the Republican Party, the military-intelligence officials will become the powerhouse for Democrats. This takeover will make the Democrats even more militarist at a dangerous time when threats of war are on the rise and the country needs an opposition party that says ‘no’ to war.

What does this mean? Kim Dotcom might be right when he tweeted, “The Deep State no longer wants to rely on unreliable puppets. They want to run politics directly now.” What does it mean politically? There is no two-party system on militarism and war. Those who oppose war are not represented and must build a political culture to oppose war at home and abroad.


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YouTube Removes the 'Hail, Trump' Video From Search

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Paying Respect to the Ancestors - Kyoto
© teresa pilcher

#Kyoto #street #travel #photography #explore #candid #sony
#breakfastartclub #hqspmonochrome
#BTPStreetPro #BTPMonochromePro #weeklyphoto
#hqspStreetDoc #WBTPA

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NASCAR VP: "None of us like penalties. It's the worst thing for the teams. It's the worst thing for the fans."

Tags: #nascar #nascarreasearchanddevelopmentcenter #racing

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Space stations: our future among the stars
Once the International Space Station is decommissioned in 2028, what will the next generation of orbital bases look like?

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How oceans on Mars were affected by volcanic eruptions

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Paraplegic Rat Walks Again After Therapy

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Which #Linux Distribution Does Linus Torvalds Use in 2018?

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"NASA receives response from A spacecraft 13 Billion Miles away, and believers everywhere are losing their minds.."

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Moon+ Reader beta

What's New

● New Adaptive Icon for Android 8+

● New Font Spacing option instead of Font Scale

● New Solid/Dashed Line for underline style reading

● New Font Anti-Alias option (for slim style fan)

● My Shelf/My Files: click top bar to scroll to top/bottom

● Android Oreo: restore shortcut to home screen, bluetooth control, app language options

● Optimize footnote & small number link tap area

● Optimize SVG picture support

● Fix note button edit failed bug

#moonreader #reader #androidreader #reading #books

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States Win Another Major Case Against Obamacare

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Sir Isaac Newton, (born December 25, 1642 [January 4, 1643, New Style], Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England—died March 20 [March 31], 1727, London), English physicist and mathematician, who was the culminating figure of the scientific revolution of the 17th century. In optics, his discovery of the composition of white light integrated the phenomena of colours into the science of light and laid the foundation for modern physical optics. In mechanics, his three laws of motion, the basic principles of modern physics, resulted in the formulation of the law of universal gravitation. In mathematics, he was the original discoverer of the infinitesimal calculus. Newton’s Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, 1687) was one of the most important single works in the history of modern science.

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Kylie Jenner Reacts to Rumors she's Jealous of Kendall Jenner
#celebs #celebgossip #celebrities
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