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A woman in Ocean...+Eny Arwen Thank you dear friend and Peace to all.

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What happened in Helsinki? We still don’t know.

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Kendall Jenner addresses Gay Rumors in Vogue Cover Story #celebs #celebrities #celebrity #kendalljenner

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“A 21-year-old has been in jail after an “objectionable” message was sent on group he was admin of.”

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Rihanna Stuns at Christian Dior Cruise 2018 Runway Show #rihanna #celebs #celebrity #celeb

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Certain foods may help maintain mental sharpness and prevent Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases. These nutrient-packed picks contain specific compounds that are beneficial for the aging brain.

http://www.healthyvogue.com/the-6-best-brain-foods-to-eat-as-you-age/

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Youtube: Everything you need to know #youtube #app #tutorial #tips

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How to reopen recently closed tabs in chrome #howto #tips #tricks #chrome

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Coastal Dunes and Clouds

Looking up along coastal dunes of the Florida panhandle. Soft white sand, big puffy clouds, and a chance to swim in the ocean. Sounds wonderful on a hot summer day.

We have had temps around 110 in Texas (44C) and even at 0500 it is 85 (30C) and it is not even August yet.

#wildernessphotographer #landscape

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The Striker Ambush.

Little known fact: The TIE Strikers were the worst! They weren't the fastest, nor with the most firepower, it was how they were good at coming at you when you least expected it. The TIE Striker was mainly designed for atmospheric missions and you didn't expect them to ambush you in space. Yet, sometimes they did.

#lego #starwars #rogueone #millenniumfalcon #tiestriker #space #toy #toyphotography

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Dust Storm Scavengers.

Did you ever wonder what happened to the escape pod on Tatooine? The one with the droids in it? Well, wonder no more, it's not there anymore, the jawas got it.

The gigantic jawa sandcrawlers were slow. It was not a problem at all, usually there was no rush anywhere, but if there was a good reason to believe something worthwhile was in the desert, a sand skiff was used.

This time the jawas knew what they were after, C-3PO told them exactly what to look for, and where. The jawas got all the thrusters off the escape pod, it was a good catch. The moisture farmers use them to blow sand off their property. True story.

Little known fact: environmental protection programs were not very high on priority lists on Tatooine, but the jawas inadvertently did a great job keeping the deserts clean of wreckage. I think it was about time this got some exposure.

#lego #starwars #tatooine #jawa #escapepod #sandskiff #minifigure #toy #toyphotography #duststorm

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Decentered compo

My watches https://www.paolodalprato.com/watches

#macrophotography #hqspmacro #hqspflowers #fotomaniaitalia #ilovephotography

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Falcon Modifications.

You know the "special modifications" Han Solo made to the Millennium Falcon? They improved the Falcon's performance, for sure, but there was a price. Just think what happens when you remove protective covers and expose the delicate mechanics needed to run the ship to the elements... Hello constant maintenance.

#lego #millenniumfalcon #hansolo #chewbacca #chewie #minifigure #toy #toyphotography #starwars

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Nasa's car-sized Parker Solar probe to the Sun expected to launch in August- Technology News, Firstpost

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Sound waves reveal enormous diamond cache deep in Earth’s interior | #Geology #GeologyPage

There may be more than a quadrillion tons of diamond hidden in the Earth’s interior, according to a new study from MIT and other universities. But the new results are unlikely to set off a diamond rush.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/07/sound-waves-reveal-enormous-diamond-cache-deep-in-earths-interior.html

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Google offered to make changes which the EU turned down , seems the EU wants to fine American companies rather than settle disputes over some of their insane laws .

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Linux Mint plans to make more performance improvements to the Cinnamon desktop ahead of its next release. Similar work featured as part of Cinnamon 3.8, released as part of Linux Mint 19, and improved the responsiveness of launching apps on the desktop.…

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Solar Storm Is Heading Towards Earth

GEOMAGNETIC STORM PREDICTED: NOAA forecasters say there is a 65% chance of minor G1-class geomagnetic storms on July 24th when a high-speed stream of solar wind is expected to hit Earth's magnetic field. The gaseous material is flowing from a large hole in the sun's atmosphere. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory has taken extreme ultraviolet images shown in the video.

"Coronal Holes" are vast regions in the sun's atmosphere where magnetic fields open up and allow solar wind to escape. They look dark in ultraviolet images because the hot glowing plasma normally contained there is missing. In this case, the plasma is making a beeline for Earth.

But how can we have a geomagnetic storm during solar minimum?

It happens all the time.
Sunspots, whose counts define the solar cycle, are not the only source of storms. When sunspots vanish, coronal holes replace them as a primary source of solar activity.

Studies show that coronal holes not only open more frequently, but also last longer when sunspots are absent. During the last solar minimum in 2007-2009, one coronal hole stayed open for 27 consecutive solar rotations. As the sun slowly turned on its axis, that hole fire-hosed Earth with a stream of solar wind almost once a month for nearly two years.

Explosive sunspots make stronger storms than the relatively gentle breezes that emerge from coronal holes, but geomagnetic storms never go away, not even during solar minimum.

High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras on July 24th when the solar wind arrives. G1-class storms can produce Northern Lights as far south as US states ranging from Maine to Washington.

http://spaceweather.com/
http://www.solarham.net/
https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/news/g1-minor-geomagnetic-storm-watch-issued-24-july
https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_cycle
https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/phenomena/coronal-holes
https://arxiv.org/abs/1002.1685
https://spaceweatherarchive.com/2017/11/25/pinkauroras/

Clips, images credit: NOAA/SWPC, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) NASA/JPL

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library

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Using Nanosubmarines to Fight Tumors and Headaches

"...Therapies that aim to treat disease are often directed at the entire body; that can cause a host of unintended and unwanted side effects while diluting the impact of the drug... A team of scientists... engineered a nanocarrier, a miniature system that can attach a capsule of drugs to an immune cell, which can then attack tumors with more vigor."


https://www.labroots.com/trending/cell-and-molecular-biology/12157/using-nanosubmarines-fight-tumors-headaches
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