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First they criticise iPhone, then get busy in copying iPhone. Apple is a trend setter in true sense!
#Apple #eSIM #Smartphone #iPhone
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Cherrapunji, Meghalaya, India

During my stay in Cherrapunji I had a lot of fun watching the antics of a litter of puppies roaming the grounds of the place I stayed. They were very well cared for and the mother and most of the pups had a collar. This one did not, for some reason – perhaps it had managed to escape it.

They were testing their limits on each other as well as on objects and other creatures like one of the cats, which was and always is hilarious to behold.

With all the energy spent a need to recover quickly arose, and sometimes as if a spell was cast, as they could switch from play to sleep in a heartbeat and then back to play.

After this pupnap they all quickly went back to hyper, as what appeared to be their human caretaker arrived at the scene, and they all went bonkers with joy and followed his every movement.

Image Copyright © 2018 +Morten Ross
Image Capture Date: 21 August 2018 08:57
Altitude: 1418 meters

#dogs #mammals #cherrapunji #india
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Are We Hardwired For Laziness? Brain Must Work Hard to Avoid Sloth

Research findings suggest that our brains may simply be wired to prefer lying on the couch.

The research is in Neuropsychologia. (full access paywall)

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Trump threatens ‘economic retaliation’ if China goes after US workers https://nyp.st/2D71EfY
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One of the beautiful things about the full moon is that the days before and after are almost as stunning — so if you needed a little reminder to go enjoy yesterday's full moon, it's not too late.

https://thetechinside.com/awesome-full-moon-picture-from-space/
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The Patriots slipped a few spots in our latest rankings, while Ryan Fitzpatrick continues to silence the haters.

https://nesn.com/2018/09/nfl-week-3-power-rankings-are-bucs-for-real-chiefs-continue-to-surge/
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Trump is getting more desperate to rearrange reality to conform to his fantasies, and more brazen with his lies in his desperation.

Last time I recall his average was around six false or misleading statements per day..
Eighty three lies in one week raises the rate to just under 12 a day!
Even on a monthly timescale, the rate is over ten lies per day now..

Remember this on election day, and vote for people who won't shelter liars...

From the article linked below:

U.S. President Donald Trump told more lies and made more false claims in August than in any other month of his Presidency to date.

Canadian publication, The Toronto Star has been tracking Trump’s false, misleading, and blatant lies since he took office and August 2018 shattered previous false comments made by the 45th POTUS

In August 2018 the President made 321 false claims, surpassing his July record of 280 which had already broken his record of 268 set in June 2018.

The President’s record was helped along by 83 false claims the President made in the week that began Monday, August 27.



https://hillreporter.com/donald-trump-shatters-his-own-monthly-dishonesty-record-7128/amp?__twitter_impression=true
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The Concept of Different Learning Styles Is the Most Popular Neuroscience Myth

Fundamentally, all human beings learn in similar ways. The idea that people may learn more or less depending on their own particular visual, auditory or kinesthetic preferences is the most popular and influential myth in neuroscience. It was even called a "neuromyth" by Paul Howard-Jones, a professor of neuroscience and education at Bristol University, in a 2014 paper. A concept characterized by the misunderstanding, misreading or misquoting of scientific facts.
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The carbon-fiber, 810-horsepower Monza will come in one-seat and two-seat versions, 
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School superintendent on Texans star: ‘You can’t count on a black QB’ https://nyp.st/2D5FjPS
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The brain predicts words before they are pronounced

_The Primary Auditory Cortex is highlighted in magenta, and has been known to interact with all areas highlighted on this neural map. Credit: Wikipedia.
The brain is not only able to finish the sentences of others: A study by the Basque research centre BCBL has shown for the first time that it can also anticipate an auditory stimulus and determine the phonemes and specific words the speaker is going to pronounce. Prediction is one of the main neuro-cognitive mechanisms of the brain. Every millisecond, the brain tries to actively anticipate what will happen next depending on the knowledge it has of its environment._
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Renault’s alliance with Nissan and Mitsubishi said it would start equipping its cars with the Android operating system to make dashboards smart.
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