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Dave Bautista Reacts to Disney Not Rehiring James Gunn For Guardians 3

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#Linux File Permissions and Ownership Explained with Examples.
https://linuxhandbook.com/linux-file-permissions/

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NASCAR Cup Series: Final Practice Results https://racingnews.co/2018/08/17/bristol-final-practice-times-august-17-2018-nascar-cup-series/

Tags: #nascar #bristol #bristolmotorspeedway

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Sounds of The Sun (Low Frequency) | NASA
In case you missed it....NASA heliophysicist Alex Young explains how sound connects us with the Sun and all other stars. This piece features low frequency sounds of the Sun.

Credit: NASA
Duration: 3 minutes, 2 seconds
Release Date: July 25, 2018

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16 Going On 66: Will You be the Same Person 50 Years From Now?

The new research supports the idea that personality is influenced by both genetics and environment.

The research is in Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. (full access paywall)

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CRISPR Helps Target Mood Boosting Receptors in Brain

Using CRISPR technology, the scientists have been able to target an altogether different type of receptor called delta-type GABA receptors.

The research is in Journal of Neuroscience. (full access paywall)

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"I guess what I'm looking for is some measure of accountability as the chairman..."

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Twitch may have exposed some users' private messages https://engt.co/2Pj40un

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country dream

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Take the high road - there is so much less traffic up there.

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For more colorful images from around the world please check my website: https://www.bjornkleemann.com/splash-of-color

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Small world
The train is a small world moving through a larger world.

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To Flow (© Alex James Photos 2018)
Auburn, California

... sometimes there's no need for elegance ... just do what you want to do ... turn away from all that is petty with a smile ... you know what's up ...

(love this slow, flow, seriously ... 15 seconds & oh, so smooth)

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As the sun sets

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Fallen

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Scientists continue to investigate where the building blocks of life came from and how common they might be throughout the Universe. For every building block we identify, from carbonand phosphorus toproteinsand nucleic acids, we also have to ask, when did it get here? How? And from where?

A recent study published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters may have some of the answers. Sandra Pizzarello of the School of Molecular Sciences at Arizona State University, and Christopher Yarnes of the University of California-Davis’ Department of Planetary Sciences, studied extracts from the Murchison meteorite, which landed in Australia in 1969 and remains one of the most studied meteorites given its 200-pound (90 kilogram) heft and carbon-rich composition. Inside the extracts they found evidence for a chiral molecule also found in distant star-forming regions.

Read more: https://buff.ly/2nGPHDg

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Working Memory May be More Flexible than Previously Thought

The amount of resources that the brain allocates to working memory is not fixed but could be the result of balancing resource cost against cognitive performance.

The research is in eLife. (full access paywall)

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This browser extension makes it harder for Facebook advertisers to target you http://tnw.me/5GaScee

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“Keeping the 25Mbps/3Mbps standard for home Internet service and no specific standard for mobile would make it easier for the FCC to conclude that broadband progress is happening quickly enough..."

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Using your Android phone or tablet on the free coffee shop Wi-Fi can be far more dangerous than you might think.

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Star Crash: The Explosion that Transformed Astronomy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1mmTwjHhHs
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