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Leftists are signing a petition in support of a Missouri state senator who hoped President Trump will be assassinated:

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Google Home Bluetooth pairing is here and we've got full instructions for you, since this process isn't much more tedious than it should be.

#android #googlehome

http://drd.life/2uPmEnf

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A “bug” that let a $500 password cracking box open up iPhone 7 is patched as of iOS 11

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#NASCAR Ryan Blaney tops final Cup practice at #Bristol https://www.motorsport.com/nascar-cup/news/nascar-blaney-final-practice-bristol-942430/ via @Motorsport_Oz

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Eye Test Could Predict Alzheimer's Years Before Symptoms Appear

Cedars-Sinai neuroscience investigators have found that Alzheimer's disease affects the retina -- the back of the eye -- similarly to the way it affects the brain. The study also revealed that an investigational, noninvasive eye scan could detect the key signs of Alzheimer's disease years before patients experience symptoms.

The research is in JCI Insight. (full open access)

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Let's Talk About WordPress Featured Images (https://goo.gl/sBDqiM)

In this blogger's guide to featured images by Ana Gotter for Snappa, she answers all your questions about why you need featured images on your WordPress blog, how to create them, and best practices to follow when choosing and creating them.

You will learn:

- What is a WordPress Featured Image?
- How to Set Your Post's Featured Image
- Why You Need Featured Images on Every Post
- What Dimensions Should My Featured Image Be?
- Optimizing Thumbnails for Social Sharing
- What Types of Images Should I Use?
- Featured Images Best Practices (and Why They Matter)

Click here to learn more about each of these topics: https://goo.gl/sBDqiM

Do you always set a featured image on your blog posts? Why or why not? We would love to hear from you in the comments below.

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#WordPress #Blogging #BestPractices

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Fall Mantel Decor
As soon as I saw pumpkins at the grocery this weekend, I knew I was ready to decorate my Fall Mantel.
https://www.mom4real.com/fall-mantel-decor/ #fall #fallmantle #falldecor #fallDIY

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The Echo Dot was free on Amazon for a hot minute http://engt.co/2ierbJE

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A Family Vacation to See the Eclipse http://trib.al/J5OuXBd

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Google figured out how to flawlessly remove stock-photo watermarks http://engt.co/2idzuWa

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Floyd Mayweather Does NOT Like Conor McGregor 
https://goo.gl/wsp3Kp

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Why Wi-Fi waves are more like a 🍩 than a 🍕, plus 24 other Wi-Fi facts to explore with Nat & Friends → http://g.co/go/NFwifi

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Proof ufo's hiding in the clouds .... there already here ...

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The unique Red Rectangle: sharper than ever before

The star HD 44179 is surrounded by an extraordinary structure known as the Red Rectangle. It acquired its moniker because of its shape and its apparent colour when seen in early images from Earth. This strikingly detailed new Hubble image reveals how, when seen from space, the nebula, rather than being rectangular, is shaped like an X with additional complex structures of spaced lines of glowing gas, a little like the rungs of a ladder. The star at the centre is similar to the Sun, but at the end of its lifetime, pumping out gas and other material to make the nebula, and giving it the distinctive shape. It also appears that the star is a close binary that is surrounded by a dense torus of dust — both of which may help to explain the very curious shape. Precisely how the central engine of this remarkable and unique object spun the gossamer threads of nebulosity remains mysterious. It is likely that precessing jets of material played a role.

The Red Rectangle is an unusual example of what is known as a proto-planetary nebula. These are old stars, on their way to becoming planetary nebulae. Once the expulsion of mass is complete a very hot white dwarf star will remain and its brilliant ultraviolet radiation will cause the surrounding gas to glow. The Red Rectangle is found about 2 300 light-years away in the constellation Monoceros (the Unicorn).

The High Resolution Channel of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s Advanced Camera for Surveys captured this view of HD 44179 and the surrounding Red Rectangle nebula — the sharpest view so far. Red light from glowing Hydrogen was captured through the F658N filter and coloured red. Orange-red light over a wider range of wavelengths through a F625W filter was coloured blue.

The field of view is about 25 by 20 arcseconds.

Credit:

ESA/Hubble and NASA

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08/18/2017 #WhiteHouseGov. "I Further Direct That the Secretary of Defense,in Coordination with the Director of National Intelligence, Provide a Recommendation & As Appropriate A Plan to Me Regarding the Future Command Relationship Between the U.S. Cyber Command & the National Security Agency", President Donald.J. Trump.
The Presidential Memorandum for the Secretary of Defense.

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Blake Bortles has competition for hearts, minds and snaps in Jacksonville.

http://nesn.com/2017/08/jaguars-fan-wears-customized-colin-kaepernick-jersey-amid-blake-bortles-woes/

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Hmm ... Flynn, Spicey, Priebus, Bannon ... who's next? - Looks like there’s two people left on that Oval Office island. Wonder who will survive… if anyone. x This @NewYorker cartoon never goes out of style. pic.twitter.com/zfo80x9Pbs— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) August 18, 2017 Discuss ...

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Vaporetto. Venice, Italy

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If you are lucky enough to live by the beach - you are lucky enough.


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Ullswater: Summer, 2017 no. 4

This is the fourth image from my Ullswater Summer 2017 set -> https://goo.gl/hkCVvq

Rocks were probably laid down by people but I'm still gunna take advantage of it for a composition!

#landscape #lakedistrict

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Seattle 2017
© Karolina Trapp


#BreakfastArtClub #HQSPUrbanStreetPhotos +HQSP Street & Documentary
#BTPStreetPro+BTP Street PRO . founded by +Rinus Bakker , owned by +Nancy Dempsey ,curated by +Hans-Juergen Werner

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Amazed eyes at the King's Cross tunnel _ London. Thank you, Angelo, for organizing this generous photowalk. +Angelo Gifford
Thanks, Sonali, for joining us in through a telephone call! +Sonali Dalal

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"Another night in BC"
By Vince Constantine www.vinceconstantine.com Tucked away in a mossy forest for the night. Fell asleep to the smell of camp fire and the soft white noise of rain. - Vince Constantine

#photography #landscape #britishcolumbia #forest

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Rattle And Hum -- Fort Collins, Colorado
This is the rattle of a two-foot-long Prairie Rattlesnake ( Crotalus viridis ) that showed up next to the sidewalk of my office building yesterday. He had gotten caught in some plastic landscape netting (dastardly stuff that should be completely banned, BTW) and couldn't escape. With the help of another guy holding the snake's head with a pair of snake tongs, I was able to cut away the netting with a pair of scissors. The snake was understandably agitated, but all things considered was remarkably calm. The liberated rattler was then relocated further into the Rocky Mountain foothills nearby. :)

If you're a landscaper or similar, please do not use plastic (or any other) landscape netting, ever - it's a death trap for small creatures of all kinds, especially snakes, lizards, and birds.

For #hqspanimals for +HQSP Animals, and #hqspmacro for +HQSP Macro, and #macromaniacs for +MacroManiacs and +Sandra Deichmann, and #Macro4All by +Bill Urwin, +Thomas Kirchen, +Walter Soestbergen (+Macro4All ), and #ReptileMonday +Reptile Monday curated by +Nicole Best...

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on the pavement

#hqspflowers +HQSP Flowers
#btpflowerpro +BTP Flower Pro

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The Furious Sky

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Looks like #GOG Galaxy won't come to #Linux any time soon, as it's "not a priority"

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On Aug. 21, the Moon will cast its shadow down on Earth, giving all of North America the chance to see a solar eclipse. Within the narrow, 60- to 70-mile-wide band stretching from Oregon to South Carolina called the path of totality, the Moon will completely block out the Sun’s face and provide scientists a unique chance to conduct studies of the Sun. Learn more about #Eclipse2017: https://nasa.tumblr.com/post/164302686709/eclipse-2017-a-unique-chance-for-science

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Charlottesville Native Chris Long Becomes First White NFL Player to Join National Anthem Protest

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The White House mastermind behind the Muslim ban is gone, Steve Bannon removed from the White House!

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Atlas V Rocket Liftoff with TDRS-M Satellite | NASA Kennedy
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, with NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite, TDRS-M. TDRS-M. Liftoff was at 8:29 a.m. EDT. TDRS-M is the latest spacecraft destined for the agency's constellation of communications satellites that allows nearly continuous contact with orbiting spacecraft ranging from the International Space Station and Hubble Space Telescope to the array of scientific observatories.

Credit: NASA/Tony Gray and Sandra Joseph
Release Date: August 18, 2017

+NASA's Kennedy Space Center
+NASA Goddard
+United Launch Alliance

#NASA #Space #Science #Satellite #TDRSM #Rocket #AtlasV #Atlas #ULA #Kennedy #KSC #CapeCanaveral #Florida #UnitedStates #America #Human #Spaceflight #Exploration #SolarSystem #STEM #Education

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Aurora over Kananaskis


Credit: John Andersen
Location: Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada
Image Date: August 23, 2015

+Travel Alberta

#Astronomy #Space #Science #Aurora #Borealis #NorthernLights #Astrophotography #Photography #Art #Panorama #SolarSystem #Cosmos #Universe #Earth #Kananaskis #Alberta #Canada #STEM #Education #CitizenScience

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Steph Curry's 2015/2016 MVP Stats:

30.1 Ppg.
5.4 Rpg.
6.7 Apg.
2.1 Spg.
0.2 Bpg.
31.5 PER.
50.4 FG%.
45.4 3P% (402 3pointers).
90.8 FT%.
56.6 2P%.
66.9 TS%.
63.0 eFG%.
17.9 WS.
34.2 Mpg.
3.3 Tov.

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Saturn’s giant, hazy moon Titan has been essential to NASA’s Cassini mission during its 13 thrilling years of exploration there. Cassini and the European Huygens probe have revealed a fascinating world of lakes and seas, great swaths of dunes, and a complex atmosphere with weather – with intriguing similarities to Earth.

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All Hell Breaks Loose As Steve Bannon And Breitbart Are Ramping Up For War Against Trump
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