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From Neuroscience News: Electoral Outcomes Affect the Way We Treat Others - Researchers report the outcome of the 2016 election had some unexpected outcomes when it comes to how people from one party affiliation treat people who have opposite views.

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I’ll bet Trump has one because his name is on it, but it’s not his fault if the meeting was cancelled, nothing ever is. Wait, in today, maybe there will be one, will there? WTFK!!

If you cannot access the below linked article, I will provide an excerpt in the comment section.

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Google doesn't want this.

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"The wackiness, the didn't-see-that-coming twists, and Reynolds' quick-barbed tongue are all here—and all benefit from viewers going in blind. The resulting film's combination of one-and-done jokes and lousy pacing make it an easy recommendation for existing fans, but it's still too grotesque for anyone looking for a more 'wholesome' version of #Deadpool"

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New Podcast (audio link): The Reading Brain with Maryanne Wolf - BS 145 celebrates the return of Dr. Maryanne Wolf who was featured back in BSP 29 when we talked about her bestseller Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain. In this episode we talk about her recent book Tales of Literacy for the 21st Century. Our focus is two-fold. First we consider the implications of the fact that while language is acquired naturally, reading is a cultural invention that must be ta...

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#NASCAR Cup rookie Bubba Wallace "enjoying the hell out of this year" via @motorsport

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Bump Sweep from Side Control by the MMA Candy Girls

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Final exams moved to gym as ash fills Hawaii classroom

During intermittent explosions at Kilauea's summit, ash shoots high into the sky and drifts down onto the small, rural campus of Kau High and Pahala Elementary School and nearby areas.

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Jupiter images and Gifs of Jupiter and neighboring moons. Nasa images

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Honestly, don't understand why many people are still buying iphones... I know that popular brand names are important to many consumers...however, noticed that especially, many younger people (in the U.S.) have iPhone. I'm sure there's many die hard Apple products users, but other many of the iPhone younger users don't even research or look into the products when she or he buys next phone. Just go by what is the most popular brands rather than which products are better or need for. So many of the younger people need to wake up. This isn't 2008 anymore. Apple isn't at the anymore, and furthermore, Apple might lose number 2 selling spot to one of Chinese phone makers any soon. Certainly, Apple's rival, Samsung is better than Apple. iPhone 10's screens are being produced from Samsung, and other key components as well, and ipad's screen are manufactured from Samsung, LG, and Sharp. Apple doesn't even have it's own factory. Apple can't survive without other manufacturers.

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HTC U12 Plus features dual camera 📸 setup on both sides with no physical button.....

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CT Renard 58 is an Orca class steel-hulled Royal Canadian Navy training and surveillance craft shown here passing under the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver. Photographed from Vancouver's Stanley Park seawall as the Renard is about to pass under the Lions Gate Bridge in Burrard Inlet.

#vancouver #britishcolumbia #mountains

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Lavender spot

My site

#macrophotography #hqspmacro #hqspflowers #fotomaniaitalia #ilovephotography

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//.Men's Basketball 5/24/2018 3:33:00 PM Eric Lindsey.//

//.Anthony Davis, Karl-Anthony Towns Earn All-NBA Honor''
''Davis becomes the first UK professional selected ''
''All-NBA three times in a career.''

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LEXINGTON, Ky.* – With all of Kentucky men's basketball's success at the professional level, no player has ever earned All-NBA distinction three or more times in his career. Until now.

Anthony Davis (New Orleans Pelicans) became the first player in school history to make one of the All-NBA teams at least three timeswith his inclusion on the All-NBA First Team on Thursday. It's the third time in his career he's made the All-NBA First Team, having previously done so in 2017 and 2015.

The MVP candidate joined LeBron James, James Harden, Damion Lillard and Kevin Durant on the All-NBA First Team. He was the third-leading vote-getter.

Davis was also named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team on Wednesday. It's the third time in his career he's picked up NBA All-Defensive honors but the first time he's earned first-team distinction.

Additionally, Karl-Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves) made the All-NBA Third Team for his first career All-NBA honors along with Stephen Curry, Victor Oladipo, Jimmy Butler and Paul George.

The All-NBA Teams were chosen by a global panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. The media voted for All-NBA First, Second and Third Teams by position with points awarded on a 5-3-1 basis. Voters were asked to select two guards, two forwards and one center for each team, picking players at the position they play regularly. Players who received votes at multiple positions were slotted at the position where they received the most votes.

UK was one of two colleges with two players on the All-NBA Teams.

Davis is one of five players in UK's history to earn multiple All-NBA honors in a career. Cousins, Ralph Beard, Alex Groza and Cliff Hagan are all two-time honorees. Only Davis and Groza have earned multiple first-team honors.

Of course, Davis and Towns were both stars at Kentucky. Davis led UK to the 2012 national championship while winning just about every major national player of the year award, earning All-America honors and setting the single-season school record for blocks. Towns was one of the centerpieces of the 2014-15 team that went 38-1 and advanced to the Final Four. Davis and Towns make up two of Kentucky's three No. 1 NBA Draft picks, all having come during the John Calipari era.

Davis was playing at an All-NBA level before DeMarcus Cousins, who made the All-Star Game, went down with a season-ending Achilles injury. With talk that the Pelicans would fall out of the playoff race with Cousins gone, Davis put the team on his back and put together one of the most dominant months in recent memory in February. The 2012 Final Four Most Outstanding Player averaged an NBA-best 35.0 points per game, 13.0 rebounds (ranked third in the NBA), 2.5 steals (first in the NBA) and 2.2 blocks (second in the NBA) to win NBA Western Conference Player of the Month honors.

The Pelicans not only made the playoffs behind Davis' play, they advanced to the Western Conference semifinals. The franchise leader in scoring and rebounding ranked among the statistical leaders in virtually every major category, including second in scoring (28.1), fifth in rebounding (11.), first in blocks (2.57), 15th in steals (1.53), 16th in field-goal percentage (.534) and sixth in double-doubles (50). He logged nine games with at least 40 points and at least 10 rebounds.

It was a season of firsts for Towns, who made his first career playoff appearance, his first NBA All-Star Game and now his first All-NBA selection. Another first? He led the NBA in double-doubles with 68 of them.

Towns averaged 21.3 points and 12.3 rebounds in 2017-18. Not only was the 2016 NBA Rookie of the Year among the league leaders in scoring (20th), rebounding (fourth), field-goal percentage (12th), 3-point percentage (14th) and blocks (13th), he was 10th in the NBA's player efficiency rating. He scored 30 or more points in 11 games, including a career-best 56 vs. Atlanta.

The NBA also announced its All-Rookie Teams on Tuesday. Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat) and De'Aaron Fox (Sacramento Kings) led all players in the receiving votes category. Malik Monk (Charlotte Hornets) also earned votes.

Adebayo averaged 6.9 points and 5.5 rebounds with seven double-doubles while helping the Heat make the playoffs. Fox tallied 11.6 points and 4.4 assists per game and scored in double figures in his final six games of the season. Monk averaged 6.7 points and came on really strong late in the year, averaging 20.4 points over the last five games.

The trio of Adebeyo, Fox and Monk led Kentucky to Southeastern Conference regular-season and tournament championships in 2017 and a berth in the Elite Eight.

The NBA's remaining 2017-18 award winners will be revealed June 25 at 9 p.m. during the NBA Awards Show on TNT June 26 at 9 p.m. ET at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. Finalists for the awards include several former UK men's basketball players. Davis is going against James and Harden for the league's MVP and he's nominated for NBA Defensive Player of the Year, while Dwane Casey (Toronto Raptors) is up for NBA Coach of the Year.

Devin Booker is nominated for Clutch Shot of the Year and Davis is one of five finalists for the Block of the Year. Fans can vote on the latter two awards at

Booker, who won the NBA's Three-Point Contest this season and averaged 24.9 points, was a member of UK's 2015 Final Four team. Casey, who lettered at UK from 1976-79, was a member of the 1978 national title team and served as an assistant coach in the late 1980s, guided the Raptors to a 59-23 record and the top overall seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

Kentucky All-NBA Team Honors
Ralph Beard (2nd – 1950, 1st – 1951)
DeMarcus Cousins (2nd – 2015, 2nd – 2016)
Anthony Davis (1st – 2015, 1st – 2017, 1st – 2018)
Alex Groza (1st – 1950, 1st- 1951)
Cliff Hagan (2nd – 1958, 2nd – 1959)
Jamal Mashburn (3rd – 2003)
Rajon Rondo (3rd – 2012)
Karl-Anthony Towns (3rd – 2018)
John Wall (3rd – 2017)

For the latest on the Kentucky men's basketball team, follow @KentuckyMBB on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, and on the web at

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With update, Google Lens could be an essential AI tool for business travelers - Google Lens allows users to point their smartphone camera at something and get instant information on it from the web.

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President Donald Trump's Department of Homeland Security announced Friday it was making available an additional 15,000 visas for a seasonal work program that were badly needed by businesses, particularly in the Trump-voting crab town of Hoopers Island.

"The limitations on H-2B visas were originally meant to protect American workers, but when we enter a situation where the program unintentionally harms American businesses it needs to be reformed," said DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in granting the additional visas. "As Secretary, I remain committed to protecting U.S. workers and strengthening the integrity of our lawful immigration system and look forward to working with Congress to do so."

After demand exceeded the available supply of 66,000 visas, DHS used a lottery system to award them to businesses, rather than on a a first come, first served basis. The change hit Hoopers Island, Maryland, hard as NBC News reported earlier this month, leaving it without 40 percent of the visas its crab-picking businesses need to operate.

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#NASCAR Roundtable: Evaluating the All-Star Race aero package via @motorsport

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Cavs vs. Celtics: Score, updates, highlights from Game 6 of East finals: Can the Cavs avoid elimination against the Celtics on Friday night? Follow along here for the latest updates from Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.

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great review of a $30 heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, ECG (electrocardiogram), fitness steps, sleep analysis, etc meter and smartwatch, with a great app. Telepathy precision depends on heart rate and blood pressure. High blood pressure and heart rate make telepathy precision go to zero almost. Knowing when to stop, when to go take a nap, etc is critical if one wants to avoid making bad choices or even ending in a fatal car crash due to poor sleep detectable by high heart rate. Amazon has it in purple too, but takes a while as it ships from Hong Kong.

Wireless heart rate monitors were invented in Finland in 1970s and Polar (Finland based) company was born as a result. has pricier and probably better quality watches. a wikipedia These guys have 12,000 employees in all subsidiaries. For a list of dozens of manufacturers, see

They got cheaper models on amazon, for example this blue one, 20$ without ECG. ECG capable for 26$ exists too, purple or pink This one gives HRV (heart rate variability report too), combines ECG and PPG.

It's quite unbelievable that you can take an electrocardiogram ECG exportable as PDF to measure many things, like heart rate variability, etc. Heart Rate can be measured via ECG or PPG, electrocardiography or photoplethysmography as explained at

Other possibly helpful tools are 18$ fingertip heart rate monitor (, or a $20$ heart rate and blood pressure monitor for most accurate blood pressure - or go to Walmart or RiteAid, and compare your watch with those meters, etc (

The finger Heart Rate meter one uses 2 normal AAA batteries and will last probably much longer than these lithium ion watches. But it only shows the oxygen saturation (how much of hemoglobin transports oxygen), normal values are 94-100.

Turtles live to 400 sometimes and their hearts beat slow. Longest lived people have slower heart rates (HR). Also, almost all crime or terrible decision making comes from negative emotions. When we have negative emotions, our heart rate goes up. When we don’t sleep well, our HR goes up next day and when we don’t sleep well, we are far more likely to get into car accidents (or anything really bad), factory, gardening, house chores or assembly line accidents, misunderstandings, etc. A huge amount of fights, arguments, accidents, happen due to the brain not being in top shape due to poor sleep, which is easy to detect via HR. A third of people die of heart disease worldwide, often due to heart attacks easy to prevent by HR monitoring. It makes sense then to teach even 3 year olds to use these ultra cheap devices and to use them as biofeedback to learn how to consciously breathe, meditate, achieve divine ecstasy states (happiness) by meditation or contemplative prayer (eye mask is $1, earplugs ultra cheap). Every college freshman or even student in 1st grade could get a free eye mask, earplug, heart rate monitor, to learn loving gentle tender soft emotions and biofeedback, and taking care of themselves. Citizens of a world of Telepathic "Immortals" (free book downloadable at cannot make it to 400 by expecting “the government” to take care of their health, they need to learn it from age 3, and become a proactive co-creator of their 900 year lifespan. The phone app can even suggest to go to bed for 1 hour until HR drops, or to rest all day on a given day and no longer go driving (and causing a fatal crash). High BP or HR make ESP precision, good decision making minimal. High BP damages the brain vasculature, the brain itself too. They noticed cognitive reductions in people as young as 28 due to high BP, with all confounders accounted for. To create a heart-centered loving kind compassionate civilization, filled with tranquil kind emotions, intents, thoughts and no panic, it certainly seems to help to monitor HR and BP, especially HR, since it’s so much easier than BP, seconds, instead of minutes.

Think about it, we have so many gadgets, but no heart rate monitors to see it every hour or few hours. :)

Resting Heart Rate (RHR) >90 meant 3 times higher mortality than RHR ≤50, after adjusting for physical activity. Athletes have RHR 35-50. Vegans have the lowest heart rate among dietary groups Table 2 shows the risk by heart rate: (look for model 5, adjustment for age and all confounding factors, including physical activity)

HR 51-60 1.40 times more likely to die compared to HR ≤50
HR 61-70 1.46 times more likely to die compared to HR ≤50
HR 71-80 1.51 times more likely to die compared to HR ≤50
HR 81-90 2.04 times more likely to die compared to HR ≤50
HR 90+ 3.06 times more likely to die compared to HR ≤50

Nothing to worry, since some hearts will beat 4 billion times at higher pulse rate, and enable that person to outlive someone beating at a lower rate. Longevity is far more complicated, we have people who live to 105 and they have very "unhealthy" numbers that baffle scientists. But every little thing adds up, every risk factor, so when you have 50 biomarkers showing something, it provides an incentive to exercise more or eat better, more fiber, etc. A car will often run 60000 miles with no issue, while another car, will run 90000 miles without issue. Even if the one with 90K miles ran at higher speed (heart rate).

Another paper noticed that most mammals can beat a billion times. HR 70 means 70*60*24*365=37 million beats/year, or 3.7 billion/century. If one has HR 90, and his heart can only beat 3.7 billion times, he will live only 78 years. HR 50 and maximum beating 3.7 billion means 140 years. This may explain why some people can only live to 80, while others can make it to 130. One biomarker doesn’t tell everything, some hearts can beat 90 bpm 4.7 billion times, and still make it to 100.

"These data yield a mean value of 10 x 10(8) heart beats/lifetime and suggest that life span is predetermined by basic energetics of living cells" ► J Am Coll Cardiol. 1997 Oct;30(4):1104-6. ►

Average pulse was 72 beats per minute among a group of Chinese centenarians, many of which are vegan. The longer your life, the lower your pulse, they noticed. :) "An increasing body of scientific research and observational evidence indicates that resting heart rate (HR) is inversely related to the lifespan among homeothermic mammals and within individual species. " ► I noticed in many families, the vegan has pulse much lower than the omnivores of the family (difference of 30 beats per minute).

2018 free paper, World J Diabetes. 2018 Jan 15; 9(1): 33–39., shows "Heart rate is an independent predictor of all-cause mortality" ►

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Pre-conception and pre-birth Telepathy

Daughter reads mind of her mom exactly

Telepathic boy who can also read in 7 languages

Padre Pio mind reading cases (very long post)

Spirits use Books, etc and Telekinesis to confirm Telepathy


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iPhone no longer in the king.

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Maintaining a well-balanced, healthy diet is key in protecting vision health. It may reduce your risk from developing serious eye conditions, including cataract, glaucoma, dry eyes, poor night vision, age-related macular degeneration, etc. Here are five best foods for your eyes.
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