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Time has been our friend. Through the compressing lens of retrospection we can see clearly the dots connect. President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton violated law and there has been an effort to keep that fact from focus by the public. Numerous participants have gone to great lengths to cover these facts up.

The President and SoS were never friends to the American people or the citizens of the world. The served to please the #oligarchy.

This is why #Bernie2016 was thwarted and #Bernie2020 make sense.

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On this day in space: Astronaut Wang Yaping delivers space lecture from orbit on June 20, 2013

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Superhero epic 'Invincible' heads to Amazon as an animated series https://engt.co/2JSLdqM

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In Beyoncé and Jay-Z's 'Apeshit' Video, Blackness Is Art http://ellemag.co/3SHOG83

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Charting a path to better cell models of the intestine - For many years, drug development has relied on simplified and scalable cell culture models to find and test new drugs for a wide variety of diseases. However, cells grown in a dish are often a feint representation of healthy and diseased cell types in vivo. This limitation has serious consequences: Many potential medicines that originally appear promising in cell cultures often fail to work when tested in patients, and targets may be ...

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All across the immense reaches of time and space, energy is being exchanged, transferred, released, in a great cosmic pinball game we call our universe.

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Have a look at the 20 most beneficial natural foods that kills pain and prevents common ailments.

http://www.nutritionplug.com/20-surprising-natural-pain-killers/

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What Does the Human Rights Council Actually Do? http://on.theatln.tc/xIM5clY

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Construction of China’s LHAASO cosmic ray observatory officially underway

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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.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/eat-5-foods-improve-eyesight/

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We've all heard about the search for life on other planets, but what about looking on other moons? In a paper published Wednesday (June 13) in The Astrophysical Journal, researchers at the University of California, Riverside and the University of Southern Queensland have identified more than 100 giant planetsthat potentially host moons capable of supporting life. Their work will guide the design of future telescopes that can detect these potential moons and look for tell-tale signs of life, called biosignatures, in their atmospheres.

Since the 2009 launch of NASA's Kepler telescope, scientists have identified thousands of planets outside our solar system, which are called exoplanets. A primary goal of the Kepler mission is to identify planets that are in the habitable zones of their stars, meaning it's neither too hot nor too cold for liquid water—and potentially life—to exist.

Terrestrial (rocky) planets are prime targets in the quest to find life because some of them might be geologically and atmospherically similar to Earth. Another place to look is the many gas giants identified during the Kepler mission. While not a candidate for life themselves, Jupiter-like planets in the habitable zone may harbor rocky moons, called exomoons, that could sustain life.

"There are currently 175 known moons orbiting the eight planets in our solar system. While most of these moons orbit Saturn and Jupiter, which are outside the Sun's habitable zone, that may not be the case in other solar systems," said Stephen Kane, an associate professor of planetary astrophysics and a member of the UCR's Alternative Earths Astrobiology Center. "Including rocky exomoons in our search for life in space will greatly expand the places we can look."

The researchers identified 121 giant planets that have orbits within the habitable zones of their stars. At more than three times the radii of the Earth, these gaseous planets are less common than terrestrial planets, but each is expected to host several large moons.

Scientists have speculated that exomoons might provide a favorable environment for life, perhaps even better than Earth. That's because they receive energy not only from their star, but also from radiation reflected from their planet. Until now, no exomoons have been confirmed.

"Now that we have created a database of the known giant planets in the habitable zone of their star, observations of the best candidates for hosting potential exomoons will be made to help refine the expected exomoon properties. Our follow-up studies will help inform future telescope design so that we can detect these moons, study their properties, and look for signs of life," said Michelle Hill, an undergraduate student at the University of Southern Queensland who is working with Kane and will join UCR's graduate program in the fall.

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My visions https://www.paolodalprato.com/visioni

#macrophotography #hqspmacro #hqspflowers #fotomaniaitalia #ilovephotography

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MLB wrap: Cubs get extra-inning win to split doubleheader with Dodgers: After the Dodgers won the first game of the twin bill in their last at-bat, the Cubs returned the favor with a walk-off win in the nightcap. http://dlvr.it/QXtFRz

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EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac, the best Mac data recovery software is designed to recover deleted, formatted or inaccessible files from Mac Get it now from Softvire

https://www.softvire.com.au/product/easeus-data-recovery-wizard-mac/

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30 celebrities with depression, anxiety and other mental health issues

http://www.stylefigures.com/30-celebrities-with-depression-anxiety-and-other-mental-health-issues/

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 If there’s a new change in your body and you can’t find a plausible explanation for it, you must consult your doctor immediately. Remember, prevention is always better and cheaper than cure. Here are 15 symptoms that you must never ignore.

http://www.hownutrition.info/15-cancer-symptoms-women-shouldnt-ignore/

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Not all heart problems come with clear warning signs. Some heart symptoms don’t even happen in your chest, and it’s not always easy to tell what’s going on. Consider these symptoms a good reminder to see your doctor about heart health and your risk for heart disease.

http://www.thehealthypage.com/7-weird-signs-might-heart-problem/

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Several governors refuse to deploy US National Guard as migrant crisis grows

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This is how you make yourself somewhat safw when you are running Windows 10...

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U.S. State Department offers tips on traveling with kids.
"“I’d like help planning a visit to family members held in different concentration camps." reads one comment to the State Department's Facebook Live event.

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Microsoft To-Do Beta
https://www.testingcatalog.com/project/amp/834

Hi all,

We have just released a new version of To-Do Insider for Android (1.34.7591). We have included a new and experimental feature that we would like you to try before we release it to the public.

The feature is called "Routine Reminders" and you can find it in Settings. With Routine Reminders you can configure a notification to appear some days of the week at a chosen time to help you plan your day. In the notification you will see a summary of your yesterday's progress.

We hope you find it useful, and please, give us all the feedback you have about it.

Thanks!

#microsoft #todo #MS #androidapp #miscrosoftapps #windows

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