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10 useful Gmail settings you’ll wish you knew sooner #google #gmail #tips #tricks
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Light at the end of the tunnel - Paris

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“The light created in the earliest era of stars and galaxies all plays a role. The ultraviolet light works to ionize the matter around it, enabling visible light to progressively farther and farther as the ionization fraction increases. The visible light gets scattered in all directions until reionization has gotten far enough to enable our best telescopes today to see it. But the infrared light, also created by the stars, passes through even the neutral matter, giving our 2020s-era telescopes a chance to find them.

When starlight breaks through the sea of neutral atoms, even before reionization completes, it gives us a chance to detect the earliest objects we’ll ever have seen. When the James Webb Space Telescope launches, that will be the first thing we look for. The most distant reaches of the Universe are within our view. We just have to look and find out what’s truly out there.”

Something existing in our Universe is not quite the same as something being detectable in our Universe. We know that, at some point in our past, we created the first generation of stars, the second generation of stars, and the very first galaxies to exist in our Universe. But in order to detect them, there has to be some way for that light to travel through the Universe to our observatories and telescopes monitoring the skies today. There’s an obstacle standing in the way of that, though: the neutral atoms formed just hundreds of thousands of years after the Big Bang. When the first hints of starlight begin permeating through space, they encounter these neutral atoms, which largely thwarts them. It takes hundreds of millions of years for starlight to win.

But with enough persistence and star-formation, the light will eventually break through. Come get the cosmic story of how this all actually happens!
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The artists sink
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God and the Religion
I think people often come to the synagogue, mosque, the church looking for God, and what we give them is religion.
--------------------Gene Robinson


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We're pretty sure he doesn't mean this as a compliment.
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Saudi Arabia’s spat with Canada was a lesson. Trump ignored it.
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Online vote decides top three names for Chang'e-4 lunar far side rover
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15 tips and tricks for Chrome on Android #google #news #chrome #tips #tricks
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The new Xiaomi flagship is set to arrive October 25 with a pop-up camera, 5G support, and the most RAM a smartphone has ever seen. #News #Xiaomi #XiaomiMiMIX
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Our sense of taste impacts many of our choices, but how do our surroundings influence it? A series of virtual reality experiments now provide an answer. #BiologyBiochemistry
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Beyond Good & Evil game 15 years ago
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Scientists recently pointed the telescope at both Mars and Saturn to capture some new images as they make their closest approaches to Earth for the year, and NASA is now showing off their fancy photo skills.

https://todaysintech.com/mars-looks-so-weird-right-now/
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Mars is exhibiting a Transform Bar today- creating small earthquake.usgs.gov
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https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/10/democrats_destroy_what_they_dont_stand_for_what_they_dont_care_about.html#.W8cWEqJJt9E.twitter This is the nation desired by Democrats; a nation in which they exercise all control. Control over what streets you may drive on. Control over where you may go. Control over who you are. Control over what you may say. Control over what you may do. Control over your health care. Control over who may speak in open forums.
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https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/10/where-is-speaker-paul-ryan-with-mid-terms-in-three-weeks-hes-nowhere-to-be-found/ God willing the House will continue to be governed next year by the Republican Party. Either way it will be nice not seeing that smug look on Paul Ryan’s face every time he is with our great President
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Spaceflight was a challenge in 1961 when Yuri Gagarin became the first human to successfully and safely orbit Earth. While advances in technology have made spaceflight a regular occurrence, it can still be a risky endeavour.

Cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin of Roscosmos, left, and NASA astronaut Nick Hague, right, reminded the world of this fact last week when they set off for the International Space Station.
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