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Apple introduced three new devices and killed the best, most affordable product that it previously manufactured.

https://thetechinside.com/apple-just-killed-the-most-affordable-iphone/
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Khloé Kardashian Is Reportedly Moving For Tristan Thompson While Kim Kardashian Isn't for Kanye West http://ellemag.co/VTBdC2p
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Beautiful Sunrise Over The City Skyline, Time Lapse Video Footage....
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Advancing The Soul -- Moab, Utah
"Sometimes Thou may'st walk in Groves,
which being full of Majestie will much advance the Soul."
-- Thomas Vaughan, Anima Magica Abscondita

A towering grove of aspen trees in the LaSal Mountains above Moab, Utah...
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Philadelphia's newest skyscraper, the Comcast Technology Center, is designed for some of Comcast's most forward-leaning technologists — but it uses natural elements, including live trees, organic interior finishes and floor-to-ceiling windows, to create a warm workspace built for collaboration. Here's a sneak peek inside.
http://on.nbc10.com/tkphX5C
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Okay why do you guys keep racing these cars on tracks where they can’t generate the full aero abilities. Angle C is way to short of a track. +Mercedes-Benz +Porsche +Ford Motor Company +Lotus FanClub . If your going to lap these cars please get a track where you can really get these cars to shine better. #EVO +EVO

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The secret garden

Dzukou Valley, Nagaland & Manipur, India

A true valley of flowers!

From afar the valley looks like a green carpet, but as you come closer you notice more and more color hues. When you finally reach the valley floor you will see an incredible density of plants and an amazing diversity of species – each blooming at a different time of the year.

The valley was teeming with butterflies and other insects, an indication of a healthy environment, for now.

From the very first shoots of spring to the last frost free days of the autumn there are plants in bloom here, some endemic to this very valley – like the Dzukou lily (Lilium chitrangadae). Some will dominate portions of the landscape with their color, and during my time it was a few patches of yellow and pink.

During my short visit I found many plant species I have only known from garden centers, like spirea, geranium and potentilla, and realized that this valley could be one of their sources.

What I found very interesting was that the slopes are covered in quite tall and dense bamboo, but the valley floor did not support such tall growth, instead it was like a gardener had cared for a flower meadow to thrive and no plant reached higher than me, opposed to the slopes where the bamboo were forest-like in many places.

Image Copyright © 2018 +Morten Ross
Image Capture Date: 17 August 2018 10:10
Altitude: 2553 meters

#nagaland #manipur #dzukou #landscape #india
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Samsung’s first Foldable phone will feature two displays #Samsung #foldablephone
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Kayabacho, Tokyo, Japan
#TokyoReflection
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“In reality, we do not even know whether this planet is Earth-like or Neptune-like. The typical border between an Earth-like world, where you have a rocky surface with a thin atmosphere, and a Neptune-like world, where you have a large gas envelope surrounding your world, is about 2 Earth masses. Proxima b has a minimum mass of about 1.3 Earths, but that’s if the alignment is perfectly edge-on. Since there’s no transit, we know the alignment cannot be exactly perfect, but how imperfect is it? That’s gloriously unknown.

If the alignment is inclined at more than about 25° from our line-of-sight, it’s likely to be a gaseous world, not a rocky, Earth-like one. But at this point, without further information, we cannot know.”

Two years ago, some amazing news came in from the astronomical world: the closest star beyond our Sun, Proxima Centauri, has a planet orbiting it. Named Proxima b, it has an orbital period of 11.2 days around a star just 0.17% as luminous as our Sun. This places it into what we call the habitable zone, as it receives approximately 65% of the energy that Earth receives from the Sun. It also has a mass that’s touted as 1.3 times the mass of Earth, but that figure is very suspect. We can claim that as the minimum mass, but can do no better than that. As far as life, water, oceans, or even an atmosphere goes, we have no idea. It could be a completely airless, barren world, or could have a thick gas envelope like Neptune.

Without more and better data, we simply cannot know. We know very little about Proxima b. Here’s how you can separate scientific fact from mere speculation.

(cc: +Elizabeth Tasker, whose excellent rant against a recent popularization of some research inspired this.)
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In the gardens at Vaucluse House
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‘Google One’ Paid Storage Model Coming Soon to India #Google #GoogleOne #News
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TLDR: ~7% of businesses world wide that have verified their business listing are using Google Posts and roughly 26% of verified business in the US were doing so.

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Youtube: Everything you need to know #app #news #youtube #Howto
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Other than the name change, the app is pretty much the same, so it's not quite clear why it happened. #News #Google #GoogleKeep
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Bait'n'Switch
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