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Jessika wishes you a very happy Friday! #DCCSwim

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#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

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Let's give goddamned Texas back to Mexico! // Many Trump voters who got hurricane relief in Texas aren’t sure Puerto Ricans should

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In the close to 8 years I have been writing this blog I find that a lot of the loose ends have been burned off. In the beginning it was all about losing weight, counting calories, measuring portions, etc. Now, while I am aware of calories and portions, my focus has shifted entirely to simply living healthy. #calories #doctors #exercise #portioncontrol #weightcontrol

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A Republican Congress once impeached a president for far less.

~Tom Steyer

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Have you seen the prompt to train Assistant with the new hotword yet?

#Android #News #GoogleAssistant

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From Neuroscience News: Probing How Americans Think About Mental Life

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Here are 20 Great Shots From The Hubble Telescope. These are public files that can be found in numerous places. There is a ton of them but here are 20 I really personally thought were cool. This video is 01:50 long.

Some of the shots are different views of the moon,mars,and some even of earth. I like to look at what the Hubble is up to and what amazing new pictures are there in the NASA public royalty free images.

Hubble Images come in by the hundreds of new great looks of unexplored and explored locations in space. If you like space pictures from the Hubble Telescope then please Subscribe if you liked the video.

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"The very concept of 'human connection' has never felt so enigmatic to me. It makes sense that someone would be trying to measure it, to weigh it, to calculate its dimensions. To be able to replicate the sensation of human intimacy would be to control the very thing that confuses us most and eludes so many. On some fundamental level, we understand each other's immediate intentions and desires -- of course, we do; how else would we function? But Hiroshi Ishi­guro's view, though stark, seems sadly right: There are entire planets of intimate information, our most interior level of consciousness, that we will never fully be able to share. Our longing to connect, to bridge this divide, is a driving human desire -- one that Hiroshi believes will someday be satisfied through humanlike machines. He is convinced that human emotions, whether empathy or romantic love, are nothing more than responses to stimuli, subject to manipulation. Through the fluid interplay of its pneumatic joints, the arch of its mechanical brow, the tilt of its plastic skull, the many subtle movements achieved through years of research studying the human template, the android becomes more able to span that gap, to form a perfectly engineered bond with us. An elaborate metaphysical trick, perhaps -- but what does that matter, if it fills a need? If it feels real?"

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Win A #Pixel2 With @caseology and #Android Headlines http://bit.ly/Pixel2XLGiveaway @androidheadline #google #caseology #PixelXL2 #Pixel

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Harrowing security video captured the chilling moment when a bold burglar walked calmly up exterior stair--then from out of frame points a gun directly at the camera.

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Z68 TV Box with Android 5.1 Lollipop & Game Player with 2G/8G/HD/Dual Band Wifi/Bluetooth, 4K, 3D - WATCH ANYTHING on the Internet Streaming Media Player!

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Democrat Congresswoman: Women Bear Some ‘Responsibility,’ Can ‘Invite’ Sexual Assault

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A step from the Moon..
On Christmas Eve, 1968, none of the astronauts aboard Apollo 8 were prepared for the spellbinding moment when they would first see their home planet rise from behind the desolate lunar horizon. The vision of Earth provided them the first spot of color as they floated in the blackness of space, orbiting the lunar surface.

Apollo 8 was launched from Cape Kennedy, Fla., at 7:50 a.m., on Dec. 21, 1968. Nearly three hours later, translunar injection was performed and astronauts Col. Frank Borman, commander; Capt. James A. Lovell, Jr., command module pilot; and Major William A. Anders, lunar module pilot, were on their way to the moon, becoming the first mission to provide humans a roundtrip visit to another celestial body.


Apollo 8 achieved many other firsts, including becoming the first manned mission launched on the Saturn V rocket and from NASA's new Moonport, taking the first pictures of the Earth from deep space by humans and enabling the first live television coverage from the lunar surface. During the months of training preceding the mission, no one thought to condition the crew to encounter the view of Earth from lunar orbit.

Many have seen and admired the "Earthrise" photo as the grandfather of all the modern space images seen today, but how many actually know the history behind Earthrise? In February, Anders visited Johnson Space Center for a BBC documentary interview in which he talked about the Apollo 8 mission, its historical significance, his personal experiences during launch and lunar orbit and how he managed to shoot the unforgettable Earthrise photo. During his visit, Anders also paid a rare visit to the Apollo photo lab to open the storage vault where the negative of the Earth rise photo is kept.

The Launch and Lunar Orbit Experience

Anders recalled, "sitting on top of the Saturn V, which was a mini nuclear bomb itself." He said he remembered the announcement of Sputnik, and that it was viewed as a big blow to the United States. The Apollo 8 mission was of high importance, if the U.S. was to claim the title as the leader in space travel.

"When the rockets went off, that was a different matter, because we thought we had simulated every possible crack and cranny of this mission and yet at the very beginning, we all three realized that we had not simulated the physical environment of the launch of the Saturn V," Anders said. "It was violent. There had been nobody on it beforehand to tell us ... It was so noisy we couldn't talk."

As they went through the launch sequence, they could not see outside. A thermal shield prevented the crew from seeing beyond one tiny little hole. When the thermal cover was pulled off the space craft by the launch abort rocket, they were able to see out of their windows, facing upward but could only see sky above them.

"I was very busy," Anders said. "I was the flight engineer, and anyway, Frank Borman told me if he caught me looking out the window, he'd fire me. So even in Earth orbit, I snuck a glance of Australia, nothing but big huge thunderstorms at night that looked like big light bulbs and also did a quick peek as we went over my hometown of San Diego, which unfortunately was covered with fog. We didn't really get much of a view in Earth orbit."

Anders said their job was not to look at the Earth, but to simulate a lunar mission. It was not until things had calmed down and they were on their way to the moon that they actually got to look back and take a picture of the Earth as they had left it.

"That's when I was thinking 'that's a pretty place down there,'" Anders said. "It hadn't quite sunk in like the Earthrise picture did, because the Earthrise had the Earth contrasted with this ugly lunar surface."

Anders described the view of Earth before Earthrise "kind of like the classroom globe sitting on a teacher's desk, but no country divisions. It was about 25,000 miles away where you could still recognize continents."

"Going into orbit around the moon is like driving your hot rod to try to beat the train to the railroad crossing," Anders said. "It's going through, God knows, how many thousands of miles an hour around the Earth, and we scoot right in front of it and slow down and go into orbit, [a] pretty dynamic maneuver."

Anders said they were in darkness as they were, "just starting to go around, behind the moon, still in contact with the Earth, but in the shadow of not only the sun but also Earth shine, Earth shine being six times brighter than moon shine."

It was at that time Anders looked out of his window and, "saw all these stars, more stars than you could pick out constellations from," and suddenly there was the moon.

"And I must say, the hair kind of went up on the back of my neck," he said.

The Earthrise Photo

Anders said after the first two-and-a-half to three orbits, they were going backwards, head down, marveling at the lunar surface, and it wasn't until after they had made a, "collective maneuver to circularize our orbit at 60 nautical miles, that we rolled over, heads up and turned around, going forward, like you would be driving a car around the moon."

They crew was in sunlight and Anders was shooting pictures out of the side of the spacecraft, as this was one of his designated jobs.

"I don't know who said it, maybe all of us said, 'Oh my God. Look at that!'"Anders said. "And up came the Earth. We had had no discussion on the ground, no briefing, no instructions on what to do. I jokingly said, 'well it's not on the flight plan,' and the other two guys were yelling at me to give them cameras. I had the only color camera with a long lens. So I floated a black and white over to Borman. I can't remember what Lovell got. There were all yelling for cameras, and we started snapping away."

"Earthrise" is the name given to a photograph of the Earth taken by Anders during lunar orbit on Dec. 24, 1968. Earthrise became one of the most famous photographs from all of the Apollo missions and one of the most reproduced space photographs of all time. It has been credited for inspiring the beginning of the environmental movement. In Life Magazine's 100 Photographs that Changed the World edition, wilderness photographer Galen Rowell called Earthrise, "the most influential environmental photograph ever taken." Another boost of fame came in 1969 when the U.S. Postal Service issued a stamp commemorating the Apollo 8 mission.

Mission Summary and Splashdown

The spacecraft was placed in an elliptical lunar orbit at 69 hours 8 minutes after liftoff. After flying two elliptical orbits of 168.5 by 60 nautical miles with an inclination of 12 degrees to the Equator, the spacecraft was placed in a nearly circular orbit of 59.7 by 60.7 nautical miles in which it remained for eight orbits. Images of the lunar surface were transmitted for live television broadcast on Earth.

At 89 hours 19 minutes, transearth injection was performed from behind the Moon. A nearly flawless mission was completed on the morning of December 27 when splashdown occurred in the Pacific Ocean after a total elapsed time of 147 hours.

The primary purpose of this mission was to further progress toward the goal of landing men on the moon by gaining operational experience and testing the Apollo system. However, a great effort was also made to accomplish worthwhile scientific tasks with photography and visual information by the astronauts.
 
Image :The Earth is seen rising above the lunar horizon from the Apollo 8 spacecraft.

Credits : NASA

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Senators want to know if Apple fought back on China's VPN ban http://engt.co/2l4Z15s

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Like if you Agree you should stand! Dislike if you feel otherwise!

It is what we were taught since we were young to respect america and the country itself. I'm disgusted as an american especially watching my favorite team disrespecting america. If they could only imagine the horrors people wen't through to make the country what it is today.

No matter what other people are doing it's up to you to take a stand and stand up. It's a disgrace to have to be talked into standing.

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Kendall Jenner is certainly taking a tip from her sisters. The super model was spotted court side cheering on her rumored boyfriend, Blake Griffin. So it seems pretty clear that Kendall and Blake are officially a thing. What do YOU think? Let us know now in the comment section below..

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We've Basically Been Playing The Same WWE Video Game For Over 15 Years https://kotaku.com/weve-basically-been-playing-the-same-wwe-video-game-for-1819712776

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Former White House chief strategist and senior counselor Steve Bannon will be the keynote speaker Friday night at the opening dinner of the California Republican Party's 2017 fall convention in Anaheim. http://nbcbay.com/d5mtvII

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Hillary Clinton Tried to Skip Trump’s Inauguration

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See the remnants of Halley's Comet.

No, it hasn't fallen apart. However, dust and debris builds up along its path and when the Earth happens to pass through the path, as it does every year, we get the Orionid Meteor Shower.

And that shower happens to peak this weekend. The darker the sky the better the chance of seeing Orionid meteors. Between midnight and dawn is probably best.

http://time.com/4990842/watch-peak-orionid-meteor-shower-this-weekend/

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'Six high-ranking officials of the Communist Party had “plotted to usurp the party’s leadership and seize state power”'

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"If you want to get into a debate with a four-star Marine general, I think that is something highly inappropriate."

This is Trump spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders' response to reporters' questions about why Chief of Staff (and former general) John Kelly publicly lied yesterday about a US Representative's actions while defending his boss' attempt at a condolence call to the widow of one of the four US soldiers killed in Niger.

This is a remarkable combination of statements: first, regarding General as a sort of "title-for-life" (not only is it not, but there are specific laws forbidding active duty military from taking various senior government roles for seven years after retirement - laws which were specifically waived for Kelly to be allowed to take his present job as chief babysitter), but also stating outright that it is inappropriate for any member of the public to contradict a general, whether of the active-duty or the for-life variety.

In short, she just described the civilian control over the military as something contemptible and inappropriate.

Neither she, nor Kelly (a lifelong stain on his honor for what he did yesterday), nor Trump (may his name and his memory be erased) have any place in a democratic society. They have betrayed America.

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Apple Will Only Have 2 To 3 Million iPhone X Units Available On Launch Day

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The Cavaliers win against the Bucks on the road (116-97.)

The Bucks has the upper hand early in this first quarter, but then game stayed close throughout the first half. The Cavaliers were gaining momentum at the end of the second quarter with tough defense (Crowder in particular with a tough assignment, guarding a great player in Giannis.) The momentum gained later continued in the third quarter. Through two quarters the Cavaliers has only 10 assists. LeBron, the “main” ball handler was also patient in the first half. He wasn’t aggressive until later on as well.

Third quarter : “Korver Kounter” . Korver caught fire, making 3 three pointers in less than 2 minutes of playing time. Jeff Green made a floater at the buzzer to give the Cavaliers the largest lead of the night at this point (13 point lead.) At this time it was time to put the game away because the Bucks weren’t going away quietly.

Tristan Thompson showed his value in the 4th quarter with rebounding. It was a beautiful sequence in the 4th quarter. LeBron blocked Giannis, which led to LeBron 3-pointer; then Kevin Love blocked Monroe, which led to LeBron dishing it to the Henny God for 3. The block party is over here. 🙌 The Bucks are a fighting team but closing time came pretty quickly. The Cavaliers put the game out of reach. Unlike the season opener, the Cavaliers were draining some of their jump shots. The game slowed up a bit at the end due to foul calls, and timeouts but the Cavs secured it. ⚔️

LeBron: 24 points 10/16 FG, 2/4 3P, 5 reb, 8 assists, 1 steal, 1 block.
Kevin Love: 17 points 5/12 FG, 12 reb, 6 assists, 2 blocks.
Kyle Korver: 17 points 6/7 FG, 5/6 3P, 3 reb, 1 assist, 1 steal.
Jae Crowder: 14 points 6/8 FG, 2/2 3P, 4 reb, 1 steal.
Derrick Rose: 12 points 3/4 FG, 2 reb, 1 assist, 2 steals.
Jeff Green: 10 points 4/7 FG, 1 reb, 1 assist, 1 steal.
Tristan Thompson: 8 points 4/6 FG, 8 reb.
JR Smith: 7 points 3/11 FG, 1/6 3P, 3 reb, 2 assists.
Dwyane Wade: 4 points 2/7 FG, 2 reb, 3 assists, 1 steal.
Channing Frye: 3 points 1/1 FG, 1/1 3P, 1 reb, 1 assist.

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You Can Go Your Own Way

"I've just about had enough of you. Go that way. You'll be malfunctioning within a day, you near-sighted scrap pile. And don't let me catch you following me begging for help because you won't get it. " - C3P0

#StarWars #Lego #Tatooine #Jawas #R2D2 #DroidLife

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Here is a great Art App you can find in the Google-Play Store Free. Along with others and it will let you do a time lapse every time you save and at the end you just push play. Here some of the paintings I did. Nothing too special but a great free and fun app!

Kaleidoo Android App Found 100%Free in the Google Playstore For Download.This Android Art App/Art Application will allow you to do a step by step by pressing play and you can watch and save each digital portrait/painting on your phone.

Click the video to see an example of how cool the App is. I was using basic App settings and loved it there are more shapes and colors perfect for IPAD preferably a big one would be awesome. This Android App is perfect especially for children and the playback setting I personally think is Awesome.

Thanks for watching!

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Does not Putin know that respect has to be earned. President Trump

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Three Super Powerful Fat Burning Drinks

Weight loss in today’s society is not only a beauty issue, but also a health issue. Overweight and obese people have a greater risk of suffering from heart diseases, diabetes with all of its complications, piles, stroke, and virtually any disease.

#drink #health #diet #explore #bellyfat #weightloss #food #naturalremedies #treatment

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Thursday's are rough! Who wishes they were lounging on a beach in Bimini like Jinelle right now?! #DCCSwim

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#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

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Pixel 2 More Hishoot Template

Made By : Mateo Píxel.


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I'm sorry, but I'm tired I'm starting to report some videos, in which they take the trouble to give credit to others, not me, it's just put who created the temple and now! do not complicate, I do not like to report videos, but I can do it! I get tired! If you do not want to have problems choose!

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“period of strategic opportunity”. Says China

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Who are yalls two favorite current players/current favorites to watch?

Mine are LeBron James and Steph Curry.

#KingJames
#ChefCurry

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Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul could reportedly miss up to a month as he continues to battle a bruised left knee, according to the New York Times' Marc Stein. Paul, who did not play down the stretch of Tuesday night's season opener against the Golden State Warriors, missed Wednesday's clash with the Sacramento Kings and has already been ruled out for Saturday's home opener against the Dallas Mavericks. They will continue to list him day-to-day.
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