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Why these NFLers care more about style points than winning games https://nyp.st/2QQyd4p
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Autumn colours fell in my eyes
Paris Nov 14th 2018
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Predicting The MCU's Next Infinity War Event
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The king

Photo taken in Noorder Dierenpark in Emmen.

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Astronomers have uncovered a diverse collection of exotic extrasolar planets. While no two have been exactly alike, pretty much all of them fit under general classifications.

From large to small, we have the following types (and some key details for each one)

https://thetechinside.com/new-class-of-planets-mega-earth-discovered-by-astronomers/
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The Algorithm That Makes Preschoolers Obsessed With YouTube.

"In the mobile internet age, the same adults under 40 who have ditched cable television en masse are now having babies, which makes apps like YouTube Kids the screentime option du jour."

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And here’s where the ouroboros factor comes in: Kids watch the same kinds of videos over and over. Videomakers take notice of what’s most popular, then mimic it, hoping that kids will click on their stuff. When they do, YouTube’s algorithm takes notice, and recommends those videos to kids. Kids keep clicking on them, and keep being offered more of the same. Which means video makers keep making those kinds of videos—hoping kids will click.

This is, in essence, how all algorithms work. It’s how filter bubbles are made. A little bit of computer code tracks what you find engaging—what sorts of videos do you watch most often, and for the longest periods of time?—then sends you more of that kind of stuff. In other words, it is a giant reflection of what kids want. In this way, it opens a special kind of window into a child’s psyche.

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Doctors are learning that one of the best ways to fight disease and illness is by avoiding the very foods that cause chronic inflammation. While this isn’t a new concept for those with a more holistic view of the body, it is for the modern medical system, which focuses on treating symptoms instead of addressing the root cause of an issue

#inflammation #food #healthfood
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Guide takes you from coming up with a story idea to being published

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There are quite a few ways to make the black holes we know about in the Universe, from core-collapse supernovae to merging neutron stars to the direct collapse of tremendous amounts of matter. On the smallest end, we know of black holes that may be merely 2.5-to-3 times the mass of our Sun, while on the largest end, supermassive ones in excess of 10 billion solar masses reside at the centers of galaxies. But is that it? And how stable are black holes of different masses? 

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The major advances over the next century in the prevention of disease will come from integrating physics with other sciences.

https://rxscience.org/how-physics-help-people-to-live-longer/
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The 135th edition of "The Game" has arrived, and it's at Fenway Park.
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At only six light-years away, Barnard's star has fascinated exoplanet hunters since the 1960's, largely due to its extreme proximity to us. It is the closest single star to the sun and second closest stellar system only to the Alpha Centauri triple star system.

"Barnard's star is among the nearby red dwarfs that represents an ideal target to search for exoplanets that could someday actually be reached by future interstellar spacecraft," said co-author Steven Vogt, professor emeritus of astronomy and astrophysics at UC Santa Cruz. But the search for evidence of planets around this famous red dwarf star over the past 50 years has been unsuccessful, until now.

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Asylum Sports Show 353- Xenophobiac by asylumfootball

The Asylum is back on Fake Pigskin. Join Fleeger and Briggs tonight as they break down all of the Week 10 NFL and fantasy football action.

#NFL #FantasyFootball #Podcast
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Tony Gibson is set to sit atop top of the pit box for Kevin Harvick; He's already broken his personal record for the best season overall rank in NASCAR championship standings

Tags: #tonygibson #nascar #kevinharvick
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Update: Pole sitter Denny Hamlin did not choose the number one pit stall for this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway

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Project Serpo: Interplanetary Travel To Zeta Reticuli Star System

Project Serpo: The Exchange Program Between Humans and Aliens from Zeta Reticuli

Twelve military personnel were carefully selected for a ten year stay on Serpo. The ten men and two women were specialists in various fields and their task was to gather as much information as possible, regarding all aspects of life, society and technology on the alien planet.

In 2005, an anonymous source sent a series of emails to a UFO Discussion Group led by former U.S. Government Employee Victor Martinez.

These emails detailed the existence of an Exchange Program between the U.S. Government and the Ebens – alien beings from Serpo, a planet from the Zeta Reticuli Star System. The program was thus called Project Serpo.

The source identified himself as a retired employee of the government, claiming he had participated in a special program.

The program’s origins lay with the two UFO crashes in New Mexico in 1947, the famous Roswell incident and another one in Corona.

One extraterrestrial survived the crash and was transferred to the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The other six deceased extraterrestrials were placed in a freezing facility in the same laboratory.

Establishing communications with the scientists and military personnel, the survivor provided them with the location of its home planet and continued to cooperate until its death in 1952.

The alien provided information regarding the items found inside the crashed UFOs. One of the items was a communication device that it was allowed to use, contacting its home planet.

A meeting was set for April 1964, when an alien craft landed near Alamogordo, New Mexico. Upon retrieving the bodies of their dead comrades, the extraterrestrials engaged in an information exchange that was carried out in English, thanks to the aliens’ translation device.

One thing led to another and in 1965, the aliens accepted to take a group of humans back to their planet as part of the exchange program.

HUMANS ARE FREE
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Clips credit: ESO, SA/HUBBLE & NASA

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Bill Maher blasts Stan Lee’s legacy https://nyp.st/2DJY7Uj
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