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We seriously CAN'T with this Beyonce and Blue Ivy news!
#celebrities #celebrity #celebs

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New York Football Turkeys are what we thought they were http://nyp.st/2A1vKit

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New ESA technology-testing CubeSat to launch with China's seismo-electromagnetic satellite in February

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The GOP Tax Plan Would Make It Harder for Workers to Get New Skills https://trib.al/YAeSfGM

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There are plenty of tech deals to be had for Black Friday, but what about smartphone deals? Let's take a look at some we think are worth your while.

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Manage your time more efficiently and get more done with the new Google Calendar for web ↓

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ESA has released images captured by its Mars Express space probe that show the Mars area called Sirenum Fossae. The High Resolution Camera Stereo Camera (HRSC) camera allowed to take photos of an area whose appearance was determined by an ancient volcanic activity, with the result that a system of tectonic faults called graben in jargon stretched for thousands of kilometers on the red planet's surface.

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Sen. Brian Schatz says the millions of angry net neutrality supporters need to make their voices heard at the ballot box.

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Still no meaningful treatments.

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Trump slams Goodell after anthem protests on Thanksgiving http://nyp.st/2n09uQD

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NHL's unofficial playoff predictor: Reading into the standings at Thanksgiving milepost: Too soon? The numbers say no. If your team is in or out of a playoff spot on U.S. Thanksgiving, odds are good they'll stay there come springtime. That's bad news for the Oilers and other underachievers. http://dlvr.it/Q2cMZc

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Charlie Rose was a thorn in writer’s side http://nyp.st/2A3zL60

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"Flies can be more than pesky picnic crashers, they may be potent pathogen carriers, too, according to an international team of researchers.

In a study of the microbiomes of 116 houseflies and blowflies from three different continents, researchers found, in some cases, these flies carried hundreds of different species of bacteria, many of which are harmful to humans. Because flies often live close to humans, scientists have long suspected they played a role in carrying and spreading diseases, but this study, which was originally initiated at Penn State's Eberly College of Science, adds further proof, as well as insights into the extent of that threat.

"We believe that this may show a mechanism for pathogen transmission that has been overlooked by public health officials, and flies may contribute to the rapid transmission of pathogens in outbreak situations," said Donald Bryant, Ernest C. Pollard Professor of Biotechnology and professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, Penn State.

According to Stephan Schuster, former professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, Penn State, and now research director at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, the researchers were able to investigate the microbial content of individual fly body parts, including legs and wings. The legs appear to transfer most of the microbial organisms from one surface to another, he added.

"The legs and wings show the highest microbial diversity in the fly body, suggesting that bacteria use the flies as airborne shuttles," said Schuster. "It may be that bacteria survive their journey, growing and spreading on a new surface. In fact, the study shows that each step of hundreds that a fly has taken leaves behind a microbial colony track, if the new surface supports bacterial growth."

Blowflies and houseflies—both carrion fly species—are often exposed to unhygienic matter because they use feces and decaying organic matter to nurture their young, where they could pick up bacteria that could act as pathogens to humans, plants and animals. The study also indicates that blowflies and houseflies share over 50 percent of their microbiome, a mixture of host-related microorganisms and those acquired from the environments they inhabit. Surprisingly, flies collected from stables carried fewer pathogensthan those collected from urban environments".

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When asked what type of personality they perceive in President Trump, 62% of respondents in October noted "arrogant," "aggressive" and "selfish."

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The #OnePlus5T is "extremely impressive," according to Ars Technica. Find out why.

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That awkward moment when elected government's official asks citizens to save their own interest because official knows they can't do what they were supposed to do.

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SMU upsets No. 2 Arizona, hands Wildcats second straight loss: The Wildcats have had a tough time in the Bahamas. http://dlvr.it/Q2Zv1p

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shrooms in autumn

#fungusfriday by +Shawn McClure+Fungus Friday
#hqspmacro +HQSP Macro
#btpmacropro +BTP Macro Pro

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Food supplement

Capped langur (Trachypithecus pileatus)

Bhutan

This large male had carried a sizable piece of rock up a tree and was meticulously breaking off pieces and grinding them in his hands as to release the good parts. He would then seemingly taste a piece and eat it all if it was of the right stuff.

You can see his white lips from previous tastings.

The rest of the group was in part doing the same or just hanging out. After some more chipping off of the rock it just dropped it. The rock hit the ground with a loud thump which was proof that this was a powerful male able to lift and carry a big piece of abrasive rock up the tree to have his supplement of the day.

There are most definitely more easy ways to get this done, and I encountered other langurs eating off the dust of the roads which is quite interesting to watch as it looks like they are praying.

#wildlife #mammals #monkey #bhutan

Image Copyright © 2017 +Morten Ross
Image Capture Date: 05 April 2017 10:22
Altitude: 1828 meters

#hqspanimals +HQSP Animals
#BTPAnimalPRO+BTP Animal Pro , owned by +Nancy Dempsey , curated by +Annette Junge Daugaard

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“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.” – Anonymous

A photo I took on the Costa Rica's Caribbean coastline.

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Jacaranda

Nothing says "summer is here" quite like Jacaranda trees in bloom, great swathes of colour across the landscape, the sound of willow on leather as the cricket season get underway, the buzz of mosquitos... well we could do without the mosquitos I guess.

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The company has also shared that Android Oreo will be coming to other Nokia smartphones soon.

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"A phone shouldn't be this difficult to use"

"A phone should adapt to a user not the other way around. I have no doubt that the phone would work perfectly for someone with larger hands.

If the iPhone X is the future of the smartphone, I'd rather be left behind. I'll be selling my iPhone X, and invest in the tried-and-true true true form factor of the iPhone 8 instead."

Let this sink in for a moment... This is coming from BUSINESS INSIDER.... YUP... BUSINESS INSIDER

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Would You Go Blind If You Looked At A #Solar #Eclipse Without Glasses? : http://sciabc.us/Jj3v7 #science

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Totally tropical with Simone! #DCCSwim - Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

Totally tropical with Simone! #DCCSwim

Read more on: bit.ly/2zyCLI5

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders)

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Uber data breach includes UK users — but it’s still not clear how many

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Kim Kardashian gets HEATED & threatens Family over Christmas Decorations #celebs #celebrities #celebrity #kimkardashian

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EFF tool tells your members of Congress to fight for net neutrality http://engt.co/2mW345a

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How Fox’s Marvel Characters Could Enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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Geekscape of the Day: The Fantasia Nebula
Artist: Luis Bello Visit: http://bit.ly/2A81L61 .

Want more? Visit us over at http://geekscapes.com and see all of the archives and subscribe via RSS so you never miss an image!

Have a listen to our Geek Questioner Podcast!
Our latest episode: https://geekquestioner.com/current

#scifi #nebula #space #colorful #stars #wonder #gsotd #gsotd2017

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"An Indigenous Technological Species Could Have Arisen in the Solar System Before Earth-Bound Life"

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This new Moto Z2 Play ad is nowhere near as hilarious as Samsung's recent Apple-mocking commercial, but it's still a decent parody effort:

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When it comes to slaying a runway, the Victoria's Secret Angels are nothing short of mesmerizing.

http://www.fashiontubes.com/one-models-victorias-secrets-valuable-angel/
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