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You thought Trump would use his own money? That's adorable.

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2017 Passing Yards Leaders Through Week 2:
1. Tom Brady (New England Patriots)
2. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers)
3. Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints)

Read more on: bit.ly/2xOiPj5

#Sports #NFL

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Tim Cook was put on the spot about iPhone X pricing, with Apple’s CEO questioned as to whether the new flagship smartphone was too costly for the typical American user. It’s the culmination of several months of iPhone pricing controversy, after wide speculation about just how much Apple could afford to charge for the iPhone X. The worst fears of … Continue reading

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Here is something else I wrote on my Future love and how it gets to me in life.


"A love sent down from the heavens above!"

I believe looking for love is wrong
For love finding, you sound's like a song
I think that is where you belong,
Waiting for the right shadow to shade next to yours
Excitement fills your heart with joy so full it over pours
When it finds you it brings the brightest shade to your soul
You hoping this is the shadow to make you whole

You must know if it is love finally right
Thinking wondering praying
And the answer may not come in one night
My heart screams let it be for me I'm saying

When it is known that is all real
Everything you wanted everything you feel
The greatest gift in life
Is the day she becomes your wife
The friendship lasting forever knowing it is
A love sent down from the heavens above!!!

4/2014 CM



#madzwords #madzgplus #lovewords #lifewords #laughwords #poemsofmine #christastic #poem #love #lovelife

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09/19/2017 #NewYork:Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Gives Comprehensive Strong Remarks On U.N.General Assembly Events: President Trump Extraordinary Speech,Russia & About Trump's Targets 'Rogue Regimes' North Korea, Iran Deal & More at Special Report with Chief Political Anchor Bret Baier. #FoxNewsChannel!

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Trump's NASA nominee is willing to study climate change... on Mars http://engt.co/2xcFh4E

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Google Pixel 2 prices to start at $649, three color variants revealed

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This fix is already in the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial) update flow (apache2 2.4.18-2ubuntu3.5).

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An award-winning book published in the U.S. Tuesday makes the monumental journeys taken by wild animals fit indoors, too. Where the Animals Go: Tracking Wildlife with Technology in 50 Maps and Graphics by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti is an enthralling volume, downright gorgeous in its illustrations and text. Its double intent is brilliant, too — to bring each of us closer to the animal world and to highlight fresh ways to think about conservation.

Technology is central to this effort. As Chesire and Uberti explain, a variety of methods including GPS tracking, acoustic tracking, and sunlight-based geolocating have opened up the scope of the science of animal movement and ushered in an era of new precision — a precision inscribed into the graphics in the book.

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THE UNIVERSE IS A PRETTY BIG PLACE WITH ONLY ONE ABSOLUTE RULE, AND THAT IS THAT -- NOTHING LASTS FOREVER -- It's big, vast and complicated, and ridiculous, that sometimes, very rarely, impossible things happen -- things even science can't explain. You are a function of what the whole universe is doing in the same way that a wave is a function of what the whole ocean is doing.

#science #astronomy

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Time for a rethink on capabilities of lost species of ancient man as academics ponder the amazing DNA link between today's #Aboriginal people and #Altai cave dwellers. How can the #DNA of the Altai people of #Siberia live on in the Aboriginal people of #Australia and the Melanesians of Papua New Guinea?

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43 BigCommerce Secrets the Fastest Growing Brands Use Right Now (Hint: You Can, Too)
 
43 selling online tips from some of the fastest growing ecommerce brands – ones that didn't exist just 3 years ago.

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Good names approved for some of Pluto's features, with more good ones hopefully to be approved. "Some of the names include Tombaugh Regio, Pluto’s “heart,” a huge bright region nearly 1600 km across. It’s named after Clyde Tombaugh, who discovered Pluto in 1930. The left “lobe” of the heart is Sputnik Planitia, named after the Sputnik satellite, the first satellite ever launched into orbit by humans.

There’s Hillary Montes and Tenzing Montes, mountains named after the first two people known to have climbed to the very peak of Mount Everest and returned back down safely. There are other features named after underworld mythologies of the Inuit (Adlivun Cavus), Greek (Tartarus Dorsa), medieval Norwegians (Sleipnir Fossa), and aboriginal Australians (Djanggawul Fossae), which is very cool, and even two spacecraft that explored the solar system (Voyager Terra and Hayabusa Terra).
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Charon, Pluto’s oversized moon, was also mapped in detail, and the features there were given somewhat more, um, fanciful names. So we have the craters Organa and Skywalker. They sit not too far from the crater Vader, which is near Ripley Crater (which itself is split by the Nostromo Chasma). There’re also the craters Kirk, Spock, Uhura, and Sulu; chasms (still unofficially, mind you) named Serenity and Tardis; a highland named Oz; and an area called Gallifrey (I'll note, back on Pluto, there's also Cthulhu Regio). And, of course, there’s also the large, dark, reddish region around Charon’s north pole called Mordor Macula."

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Detroit Lions Cheerleaders with Figo Salon.

Get to know Calli, a DLC rookie and teacher, in this week's Cheer Spotlight presented by Figo Salon!

Full video: bit.ly/2fhcbdy

Watch video: bit.ly/2jIEUcG

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Detroit Lions Cheerleaders)

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The Plant That Kills Cancer Cells, Stops Diabetes and Boosts Your Immune System

Bitter melon is a tropical vine which grows all over the world right from Africa to the Caribbean. It is originated from India, however, it is widely used in China to cook mix vegetables and curry. The western diet mostly discards the bitter melon as it is extremely bitter in taste and people mostly does not like it.

#cancer #breast #women #news #Healthcare #HealthyLiving #Wellness #Benefits #Herbal #Health #Herbs #Medicine #Healing #Cure #Acupuncture #Explore #Natural #Treatment #HomeRemedies #Healer #HerbalRemedies #Remedies #HomeRemedy #Holistic

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Here are the best ARKit apps for iOS 11 you should try right now

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Evidence that harmful mutations can be passed through maternal mitochondria DNA and resistant to being removed by Natural Selection. "So well-documented is French Canadian genealogy that professional geneticists and demographers use the data for research, too. Whenever a small group of people leave a large population (France) to found a new one (New France), they bring with them a particular set of mutations. Some of these mutations will by chance be more common in the new population and others less so. As a result, some rare genetic disorders disproportionately impact French Canadians.

One of these is Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy, which causes vision loss, usually in young men. Recently, geneticists using French Canadian genealogy have reexamined the effects of Leber’s and found a striking pattern of inheritance: It seems to show a long-theorized but never-seen-in-humans pattern called the “mother’s curse.”
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The idea for the mother’s curse goes like this. Most human genes are on chromosomes, but a tiny number are in mitochondria, little power factories in human cells that for reasons of evolutionary history have their own loops of DNA. Sperm do not pass on any mitochondria, but eggs do. Therefore, all sons and daughters inherit their mitochondrial DNA from their mother. If a harmful mutation in mitochondrial DNA ends up in a woman, she will be less evolutionarily “fit” and thus less able to pass it along. But if the mutation ends up in a man, nothing happens. He never passes along mitochondrial DNA anyway.

The trouble comes when the mutation harms men but not women; then there is no way for natural selection to weed it out. The mother’s curse is passed on to her children. (There is no equivalent father’s curse because the Y chromosome is only passed to men and cannot affect women.) For example, Damian Dowling, a geneticist at Monash University, has found a gene in fruit flies that makes males completely sterile but somehow seems to be selected for in females.
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If the mother’s curse is real in humans, that opens up a whole host of other questions in biology. Women usually live longer than men—could some of that difference be explained by mother’s-curse mutations that have accumulated in mitochondrial DNA? (Milot thinks so.) And how is it, exactly, that the same mutation can harmful in men but benign in women?"

Ref: "Mother’s curse neutralizes natural selection against a human genetic disease over three centuries" [ https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-017-0276-6 ]

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Venus Express Probe Reveals the Planet’s Mysterious Night Side

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Pence, Graham, Pressure GOP Senators To Pass Health Care Reform Bill

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A cap full of water

Brittlegill (Russula sp)

Svartskog, Norway

Of the brittlegills the reds are very common here, but the yellows are much less common and I’ve only encountered a handful of which this is one in a group of two growing in a conifer forest with aspen and birch. The gills are of same color as the cap, so I’m not quite certain of the species as both russula ochroleuca and claroflava both have white gills. The yellow is also mat in dry weather, and not as strong on this one as the claroflava and the locale fits the ochroleuca (linked to conifer), so perhaps it is a variation of the ochroleuca.

No matter what species, edible or not, it is yet another beautiful fungi, displaying yet another color of the immensely diverse palette of the fungi, which this autumn is truly growing in record numbers and keeping me curious about what I will see coming out of the ground the next day.

It is most definitely keeping me busy brushing up on my fungi knowledge as I’m more familiar with flora than fungi as the flowers are much more reliable!

Image Copyright © 2017 +Morten Ross
Image Capture Date: 10 September 2017 17:49
Altitude: 45 meters

#fungi #mushrooms #autumn #svartskog #norway

#hqspmacro +HQSP Macro
#BTPMacroPro +BTP Macro Pro
#BTPMacroPro+BTP Macro Pro , owned by +Nancy Dempsey , curated by +Kenny Jones

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Band of Sisters
El Dorado Forest, CA, US



This image on my site: http://bit.ly/2xgDBVp
More of my photography: http://capturedonearth.com/
Photography Tips, Stories: http://blog.captured.earth/

#LandscapePhotography +Landscape Photography curated by +Margaret Tompkins +Eric Drumm +Chandler L. Walker +Krzysztof Felczak +Jeff Beddow +H Peter Ji +Dorma Wiggin
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Solar System Show over Slovakia



Conjunction of Venus, the Moon, Regulus, Mars, and Mercury.

Regulus, also designated Alpha Leonis, is the brightest star in the constellation of Leo and one of the brightest stars in the night sky, lying approximately 79 light years from the Sun.
(Source: Wikipedia)

Banská Bystrica is a city in central Slovakia located on the Hron River in a long and wide valley encircled by the mountain chains of the Low Tatras, the Veľká Fatra, and the Kremnica Mountains.
(Source: Wikipedia)

Credit: Stannislav Kaniansky
Location: Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Image Date: September 18, 2017

Technical details: Canon 5Dm2, 55mm/4, ISO 800, 1/15s

#Earth #Astronomy #Science #Space #Venus #Moon #Mars #Mercury #Planets #Star #Regulus #AlphaLeonis #Leo #Conjunction #SolarSystem #Cosmos #Universe #Astrophotography #Photography #Art #BanskaBystrica #Slovakia #Europe #STEM #Education #Infographic

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"On the Reproducibility of Psychological Science", Johnson et al 2017:

"Investigators from a large consortium of scientists recently performed a multi-year study in which they replicated 100 psychology experiments. Although statistically significant results were reported in 97% of the original studies, statistical significance was achieved in only 36% of the replicated studies. This article presents a reanalysis of these data based on a formal statistical model that accounts for publication bias by treating outcomes from unpublished studies as missing data, while simultaneously estimating the distribution of effect sizes for those studies that tested nonnull effects. The resulting model suggests that more than 90% of tests performed in eligible psychology experiments tested negligible effects, and that publication biases based on p-values caused the observed rates of nonreproducibility. The results of this reanalysis provide a compelling argument for both increasing the threshold required for declaring scientific discoveries and for adopting statistical summaries of evidence that account for the high proportion of tested hypotheses that are false. Supplementary materials for this article are available online."

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This Miracle Recipe Will Heal Your Back, Joints and Legs Pain in Just 7 Days!

This recipe is an very old one made by a military doctor. This is a recipe which will keep all your bones functioning without any problems. It works like magic! Do you have

#pain   #jointpain   #recipes   #legspain   #backpain   #health   #healthy   #explore   #healthyliving   #homeremedies   #healthcare   #healthycare  

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2nd Year Veteran DBC Gabriela is your Cheerleader of the Week! 💃 #BeyondTheBoots #DBC2017

Read more on: bit.ly/2xQ2RoM

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Denver Broncos Cheerleaders)

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I saw one of their ads on Fox News

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Kepler Discovers Pulsations in the Pleiades - The winking stars of the Pleiades are easy targets for backyard observers. They’re also frequent targets for professional ground-based telescopes, polarimeters, and interferometers. So it’s ironic that they’re some of the most difficult targets for sophisticated space-based telescopes. The hot blue stars of the Pleiades star cluster illuminate a large cloud of interstellar dust along the cluster's path. Davide De Martin & ESA / ESO / NASA Photos...

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From Neuroscience News: Behavioral Therapy Increases Connectivity in Brains of People with OCD

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Google Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL Preview: All There Is To Know

#Android #Google #Pixel2 #Pixel2XL

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DARPA is funding about $200 million/year over the next 4 years into 6 new programs designed to advance cutting-edge computing: the Three Dimensional Monolithic System-on-a-Chip (3DSoC) program, the Foundations Required for Novel Compute (FRANC) program, the Intelligent Design of Electronic Assets (IDEA) program, the Posh Open Source Hardware (POSH) program, the Software Defined Hardware (SDH) program, and the Domain-Specific System on a Chip (DDSoC) program.

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has stressed that if US President Donald Trump reneges the JCPOA "no one will trust America again."

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Instagram is testing a four-photo grid, and some users are freaking out

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