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U.S. President Donald Trump suggested that 10 percent tariffs could be placed on mobile phones, like the Apple iPhones

https://mirrorcrunch.com/apple-falls-after-trump-suggests-iphones-could-get-hit-by-tariff/
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What might future explorers of the solar system see? Find out by taking an interactive tour 

https://9to5spot.com/10-wonders-of-the-solar-system/
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Zeg 'ns aaa - Say aah

A photo made in Dierenpark Amersfoort. It is part of this blog:
https://anjawessels.photography/say-aah/

CAMERA: Canon EOS 80D/650D
LENS Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro/

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#Photography #Photoshop #birds #digitalart #nature #DierenparkAmersfoort #pelican #SilverEfexPro #NIKCollection #Monochrome #BlackandWhite
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Dick Tiger Stops Florentino Fernandez This Day January 20, 1962

Dick Tiger 160¾ lbs
Florentino Fernandez 160 lbs
TKO at 3:00 in round 5
Convention Center, Miami Beach, Florida
Referee: Mike Kaplan 49-46
Judge: Carl Gardner 49-47
Judge: Gus Jacobson 49-46

https://youtu.be/GkG7hrZzWUU #boxing #boxer #boxeo

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God and the Clergy
My dear children, you must believe in God despite what the clergy tells you
----------------Bejamin Jowett

#pakistan #punjab #portrait #portraiture #portraitphotography #nikonshooters #nikond810

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A recent study has linked central obesity to shrinkage in certain parts of the brain. The question now is whether obesity causes brain shrinkage.
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As time wears on, Trump is losing support among his core supporters: 
The erosion in support has contributed to a sharp increase in the Real Clear Politics polling average of Trump’s disapproval ratings. The RCP average Thursday showed overall disapproval…
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#Indian exporters urge government to ask #SaudiArabia to lift the importation ban on #fruits and #vegetables from the southern state of #Kerala https://bit.ly/2S0RiEI
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January 20, 2001 – "Don't Tell Me", the second single taken from Madonna's "Music" album peaks at #1 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. What is your favoite remix of the song? #MadonnaStory
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📸 Get your cameras ready to capture this picturesque view! 😍 But if the weather in your area doesn't want to cooperate, don't fret! 🌚 There will actually be a second Venus-Jupiter Conjunction 24 November 2019. 🌝 Before sunrise on January 22, 2019, look eastward or in the general direction of sunrise to see the conjunction of the planets Venus and Jupiter in the predawn/dawn sky. At conjunction, these two brilliant worlds shine north and south of one another on the sky’s dome, with Jupiter passing 2.5 degrees south of Venus. You simply can’t miss these two brilliant beauties, because Venus and Jupiter rank as the third-brightest and fourth-brightest celestial bodies, respectively, after the sun and moon.

Of course, Venus and Jupiter are not actually close together in space. They just happen to reside along the same line of sight at conjunction. The king planet Jupiter is about 7 1/2 times Venus’ distance from Earth. 

After the conjunction of Venus and Jupiter on January 22, 2019, watch for Jupiter to climb upward and for Venus to sink downward in the morning sky. You simply can’t mistake Venus for Jupiter, or vice versa, because Venus is by far the brighter of these two brilliant worlds.

Conjunctions of Venus and Jupiter are quite stunning because these two worlds reign as the two most brilliant starlike points of light in the heavens. Generally, a conjunction of Venus and Jupiter happens once a year. But this year, in 2019, we actually have two of them. Venus and Jupiter will meet up for another fine conjunction in the evening sky on November 24, 2019.

Not all Venus-Jupiter conjunctions are equal, however. The upcoming morning conjunction on January 22, 2019, is especially favorable because Venus is about as far as it can get from the rising sun (46 degrees west of the sun). By way of example, we allude to the Venus-Jupiter conjunction on August 21, 2003, which happened only one degree away from the sun, so that Venus-Jupiter conjunction in 2003 was totally lost in the sun’s glare.

Amazingly enough, it looks as though very similar Venus-Jupiter conjunctions recur in periods of about 24 years plus one week. Looking backward and forward, we find this series of Venus/Jupiter conjunctions taking place on nearly the same spot upon the zodiac (near the star Antares), with Jupiter passing to the south of Venus. What’s more, each one of these Venus/Jupiter conjunctions on January 14, 1995; January 22, 2019 and January 29, 2043, finds Venus near its greatest elongation from the rising sun.

Bottom line: Enjoy the Venus-Jupiter conjunction in the predawn/dawn sky on January 22, 2019, as these two bright worlds meet each other at a near-maximum elongation from the sun.

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Micronova evidence from the moon, evidence from the past, and the physics of nova-level electricity. Watch the whole series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHSoxioQtwZfY2ISsNBzJ-aOZ3APVS8br

Come to the conference, see the nova panel: https://otf.selz.com

Animations by Xaviar Thunders, ESO, ESA, NASA, Hubble

Featured: Dr. August Dunning, Dr. Anthony Peratt, Douglas Vogt
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If you are suffering from ailments such as pain and nausea or totally stressed out, then try this ancient Japanese art of healing that takes just five minutes of your time for relief and emotional harmony.
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NASA’s Kepler Mission K2 team announced the discovery of another new world today, two months after the Kepler spacecraft ran out of fuel on Oct. 30th, and ended its mission after nine years, during which it discovered 2,600 confirmed planets around other stars – the bulk of those now known – along with thousands of additional candidates astronomers are working to confirm.

https://rxscience.org/new-habitable-kepler-world/
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Multiverse: Science Just Proved Parallel Universes Do Exist – Science Vibe

'...A new study may have just proven that we are living in a multiverse, part of an infinite amount of universes living parallel to each other. These universes have different physical properties, multiple Big Bangs, and even a parallel version of YOU. Though it has been impossible to test so far, the theory has gained the support of great minds link Stephen Hawking and Michio Kaku....'

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It's happening!! 😁 The first lunar eclipse of 2019!! I'll post photos in the comment section showing the path of totality across the globe as well as predicted visibility of the U.S. If you're hoping to catch the amazing event, you better check your weather first. The National Weather Forecast for the lunar eclipse Tonight (20 January 2019) is basically a coin toss for depending upon where you plan to be.

It appears that about half of the United States will have clear skies which will provide a good backdrop for observing tonight's total lunar eclipse. For the rest of the nation, cloudiness will vary in degree from providing occasional views of the darkening moon to in other cases a complete shutout from viewing the sky show. Check out the weather map below (posted in the comment section as well!!) to see what your conditions might be like. If bad weather prevents a live view, you can watch webcasts of the Super Blood Wolf Moon eclipse online. One webcast from Slooh.com will be simulcast on Space.com beginning at 10:30 p.m. EST (0330 GMT). 

The best views can be found over the Piedmont and the Southeast U.S. coast, including Florida and much of the Deep South, as well as central and eastern Texas and a slice of the central Great Plains, where mainly clear weather is anticipated.

In the Eastern U.S., a major winter storm will be spinning just off the New England coast. Widespread cloudiness associated with this system will cover much of central and northern New England, as well upstate New York and parts of the Great Ohio Valley and the eastern Great Lakes.

However, a slot of drier and clearing skies will be progressing through the heavily populated "Northeast Corridor," giving viewers in Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Providence and Boston hope of getting a view of tonight's free sky show through retreating clouds.

One drawback for eclipse watchers in the Middle Atlantic and Northeast States will be the blustery, bitter winds and extreme cold that will be settling in behind the New England storm. In many locations at eclipse time the ambient air temperatures will be falling rapidly through the teens and single digits, while wind chill/feels like temperatures, will be in the subzero range. This will make for a rather uncomfortable situation, even if the sky is clear.

John Bortle, a well-known and highly respected celestial observer of comets and other sky objects is not looking forward to braving the frigid elements. He writes:

"The prevailing conditions will hardly be conducive to hanging around outside and observing. Each forecast I watch seems to anticipate a lower temperature figure! The latest temperature range for my area is running close to zero degrees. At anything close to that cameras cease to operate and so do observers my age. That, plus the wind here is forecast to gust at 35-45 mph! Ugh!"

 Mr. Bortle adds: "The eclipse could prove an event far more memorable for the prevailing weather conditions than the eclipse itself."

Out West, a series of storms from the Pacific, will produce a large swath of broken-to-overcast skies that will cover much of California, the Pacific Northwest, the Rocky Mountains, Southwest Desert and the Northern and Central Great Plains, unfortunately denying a view of the eclipse for tens of millions of people.

To obtain the latest weather forecast, tailored specifically for your hometown, check this National Weather Service website: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/organization.php

You will find links to National Weather Service Forecast Offices across the United States, as well for Puerto Rico and American Samoa. Just locate your region and click on the weather office nearest to your location; you be able to get the latest weather outlook.

Where you plan to be, good luck and clear skies!

Editor's note: If you snap an amazing photo of the January 2019 total lunar eclipse that you'd like to share with Space.com and our news partners for a possible story or image gallery, send comments and images in to: spacephotos@space.com. 


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From sharp crew cuts to cool quiffs, today there is an abundance of on- trend and bold new looks. Look over 30 trendiest hairstyles for 2018.
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The Moon has been circling the Earth for over four billion years, but where did it come from? In this video, Ralf Jaumann, planetary geologist at the German Aerospace Centre, DLR, discusses the four theories that could explain the origin of the Earth-Moon system.
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This ‘big splash’ theory would explain why the Moon’s rocks are similar to those on Earth.

THE MOON - ESA'S INTERACTIVE GUIDE: https://lunarexploration.esa.int/#/intro
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It may interest you to know that adrenal gland issues can affect the health of your hair, nails and even your sleep quality. Your adrenal glands are located on the top part of your kidneys and they are endocrine glands. These glands are responsible for the release of several hormones, such as steroids and adrenaline

#nailsbrittle #hairloss #eat #food
https://avrialszone.blogspot.com
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Bella Hadid is my favorite Hadid sisters because of the effort and thrill she puts to her work.

https://www.stylefigure.com/bella-hadid-fashion-news-photos/
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Apple brings back the iPhone SE with lower pricing - Last September, when Apple introduced the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR, the company announced that it would no longer sell the iPhone SE, iPhone X iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. In November, amid weak sales of the new models, Apple restarted production of the iPhone X. And now, hoping to clear out its warehouse of unsold units, Apple is bringing back the iPhone SE. Spotted by Mac Rumors, the phones are being offered by Apple in n...
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Senescent cells, also known as zombie cells, are a key driver of aging. Animal studies suggest removing these cells reverses the aging process and extends lifespan. Now US scientists showed improvements in humans using a drug that sweeps away the defunct cells
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