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Physics Makes Aging Inevitable, Not Biology
Nanoscale thermal physics guarantees our decline,
no matter how many diseases we cure

«The scientific literature is full of explanations for aging: Protein aggregation, DNA damage, inflammation, telomeres. But these are the biological responses to an underlying cause, which is accumulating damage through thermal and chemical degradation

«The constant risk is environmental (accidents, infectious disease), but much of the exponentially increasing risk is due to internal wear. Eliminating cancer or Alzheimer’s disease would improve lives, but it would not make us immortal, or even allow us to live significantly longer.»

Article:
http://nautil.us/issue/36/aging/physics-makes-aging-inevitable-not-biology

#science #biology #physics #life #death
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Oprah Pledges $500,000 to Parkland Students’ March For Our Lives http://ellemag.co/LBojZFO
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New Beta Build of Next-Gen Kdenlive Video Editor is Available for Testing

Keen to help kick the tyres on a new and improved Kdenlive video editor? A public beta release of the next-generation Kdenlive release is available to download. The refactored build has a leaner and more stable codebase that’s lays a foundation on which…
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Google debuts AdSense ‘auto ads’ with machine learning to make placement and monetization choices
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Buffer: Manage Twitter, Facebook, Social Media beta
https://www.testingcatalog.com/project/amp/714

What's New

Hey there great news: we've fixed some bugs :) Now you can schedule to your heart's desire!

In this update 6.6.9:

FIXES

• Crash when launching Instagram posting screen for some users

We value your feedback, so if you have something to share then email us at hello@buffer.com. If you're enjoying our app, please leave us a rating and a review ^_^

#buffer #smm #socialmedia #socialnetwork #facebook

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Samsung Electronics will unveil its next flagship smartphones — the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ – on Sunday, after it reported record profits in recent weeks and its vice chairman was released from prison.
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Molly has a message for you, Cowboys Nation! "Thank you for showing me what Texas football is all about… Nothing like it!!" #DCCOfTheWeek

Read more on: bit.ly/2sIQCIS

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders)
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One solution of depression is to take a medication prescribed by a doctor, however, many of these are addictive and have side effects, such as insomnia, nausea or emotional numbness. So, you may want to try a natural treatment first to see if your symptoms subside.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/9-natural-treatments-depression/
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Learn more about Rust, a modern programming language designed for security, and its applications available now in Fedora: https://fedoramagazine.org/oxidizing-fedora-try-rust-applications-today/
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The Tusk Evernote client is now available as a Snap. We spotlighted the unofficial Evernote app last year, finding that it added to and improved on the standard Evernote web app in a number of ways. Through the inclusion of optional themes, keyboard…
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Since arriving at #Mars in October 2016, the #ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter has been aerobraking its way into a close orbit of the Red Planet by using the top of the atmosphere to create drag and slow down. It is almost in the right orbit to begin observations – only a few hundred kilometres to go! With aerobraking complete, additional manoeuvres will bring the craft into a near-circular two-hour orbit, about 400 km above the plane, by the end of April. The mission’s main goal is to take a detailed inventory of the atmosphere, sniffing out gases like methane, which may be an indicator of active geological or biological activity. The camera will help to identify surface features that may be related to gas emissions. The spacecraft will also look for water-ice hidden below the surface, which could influence the choice of landing sites for future exploration. It will also relay large volumes of science data from NASA’s rovers on the surface back to Earth and from the +European Space Agency, ESA– Roscosmos ExoMars rover, which is planned for launch in 2020.

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SCIENCE Get a good look at Jupiter’s Great Red Spot while you can. The giant storm is shrinking, and it might fade into memory within your lifetime. (Business Insider) Use our activity to learn more about the Great Red Spot and what it has in common with…
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Bing is surprisingly good.
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