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The 2018 season was a magical one for the Milwaukee Brewers and their fans, a baseball joyride that ended just one win shy of the World Series. Along the way the Brewers produced a scrapbook full of memories for their…
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A student who began her master's degree in May partnered with an international team of researchers to discover a special cosmic neighbor twice the size of Earth.

https://thetechinside.com/discovery-of-alien-world-may-bridge-the-rare-gap-in-planets/
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Cosmic Little Bay
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Zubrin and Hickham lay out a three phase plan for living and exploring the lunar surface like SPD-1 requests
Lots of ideas from the Hackathon show up in this Moon Direct concept. Less than 2050 days until the Apollo 11 55th anniversary so let's set a daring goal and get working on it.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/we-have-the-technology-to-build-a-colony-on-the-moon-lets-do-it/2018/12/10/28cf79d0-f8a8-11e8-8d64-4e79db33382f_story.html
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Shadows and Light
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“I Don’t Think He’d be a Shrinking Violet”: Will William Barr Stand Up to Trump? http://vntyfr.com/HRAAGpl
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Ellen DeGeneres Considers Ending Her Talk Show http://vntyfr.com/fDrcRKE
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Christmas chocolate bark is a scrumptious sweet gift for anyone and great for holiday parties. This homemade holiday bark is totally doable in under one hour so that you can whip up a batch even last-minute.

Get the recipe: http://chcotta.ge/bl0317

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Is Melania Trump Getting Blonder or Is That Just the Light? http://vntyfr.com/cZt1wmN
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Another Sorry-Not-Sorry “apology”....

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A new way to make a technology.

*"What did you do at work today honey?"
'I made 6kW of electricity out of Carbon!'

#carbonLocking

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#Rosetta witnesses birth of baby bow shock around comet

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Germany - the streets really are paved with chocolate. No doubt the rivers run with beer too.
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Here are five easy DIY biology experiments that you can do at home to have fun with biology without the need for expensive equipment.

https://todaysintech.com/diy-biology-experiments-at-home/
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InSight Mars lander takes its first selfie - NASA's InSight lander isn't camera-shy. The spacecraft used a camera on its robotic arm to take its first selfie—a mosaic made up of 11 images. This is the same imaging process used by NASA's Curiosity rover mission, in which many overlapping pictures are taken and later stitched together. Visible in the selfie are the lander's solar panel and its entire deck, including its science instruments.

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Elon Musk rips CBS over editing of ‘60 Minutes’ interview https://nyp.st/2RUrHtI
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"In a new report, Human Rights Watch says that the 2013 law intensified the hostility LGBT people in Russia have long suffered, and it also stifled access to LGBT-inclusive education and support services.

The 92-page report, issued on December 12, called the law a “classic example of political homophobia” that targets vulnerable sexual and gender minorities for political gain."
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The old ice of Arctic remain 1% by this report! Badman Nishioka/ rainforest action group/Osaka/
https://www.climate.gov/news-features/featured-images/2018-arctic-report-card-less-1-percent-arctic-ice-has-survived-four-or shows.
the Arctic has warmed over recent decades, the extent of the summer sea ice pack has shrunk dramatically. Winter ice extents have declined much less. But the winter ice pack is profoundly different in another way: the ice is much younger than it used to be. In March 1985, sea ice that had survived at least four summers made up 16 percent of the Arctic ice pack at winter maximum. In March 2018, it made up less than 1 percent.

Adapted from the 2018 Arctic Report Card, these maps show the age of sea ice in the Arctic ice pack in March 1985 (left) and March 2018 (right). Ice that is less than a year old—meaning it formed over the most recent winter—is darkest blue. Ice that has survived at least 4 full years is white.

Sea ice plays multiple roles in the Arctic: habitat for Arctic wildlife (including microscopic plant life), a buffer slowing heat exchange between ocean and atmosphere, a reflector of incoming sunlight during the long days of summer, and a barrier to human activity in the region. As sea ice retreats and thins, all of these roles are being disrupted, creating risks and opportunities—ecological, economic, cultural, and security—for current and future generations.
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