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Thirsty monkeys drinking tap water at hot summer day by turning the tap......
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I miss these sessions, watching the warm sunrise approach with my toes in the water and the waves washing the sand over them.. and of course the occasion rogue wave which meant i had to lift the tripod and camera up ;)

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This 500 HP Lotus Exige Might Just Be The Ultimate Track Car

The Series 3 Lotus Exige has been in production since 2012, and while it could benefit from an update, it remains one of the best-handling sports cars on the market and is a favorite among those looking for the perfect weekend and occasional track car

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Spring

Just some little guy chasing some aphids in our community garden plot..

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Avengers 4: What We Know So Far. Latest Movie News https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-DAihvd0Oc

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15 tips and tricks for Chrome on Android #news #google #chrome #tips #tricks
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There have been reports about such behavior for quite some time now (myself I've only experienced this once or twice), which leads people to think that Google hasn't managed to fix this in years. But I doubt this is the case here. Let me explain: The bug obviously stems from the app being killed before a CPU intensive task like HDR-processing or burst processing is finished. In such a case it is logical that the resulting picture won't be saved - cause it hadn't been finished. Which also means: Every crasher bug in the camera app could cause such a behavior. So most likely we are talking about different bugs that have popped up over the years and just resulted in the same behavior. Which also means: Unless you have at totally bug-free app (=unrealistic) this will show up time and time again. And yes: Also on other phones. Especially if they start to do more CPU intensive processing on each photo taken.
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Violent outbursts of seething gas from young red dwarf stars may make conditions uninhabitable on fledgling planets.

In this artist's rendering, an active, young red dwarf (right) is stripping the atmosphere from an orbiting planet (left). Scientists found that flares from the youngest red dwarfs they surveyed — approximately 40 million years old — are 100 to 1,000 times more energetic than when the stars are older. They also detected one of the most intense stellar flares ever observed in ultraviolet light — more energetic than the most powerful flare ever recorded from our Sun.
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Hidden WhatsApp Tricks And Features You Probably Don’t Know #tips #tricks #new #whatsapp #howto
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Cut the dragon fruit in half. Use a sharp knife to slice right through it. You will find bright white flesh that looks similar to a kiwi inside, with tiny black seeds distributed throughout the fruit. Scoop out the flesh with a spoon. Dragon fruits have a surprising number of phytonutrients. Rich in antioxidants, they contain vitamin C (equivalent to 10 percent of the daily value), polyunsaturated (good) fatty acids, and several B vitamins for carbohydrate metabolism, as well as carotene and protein.....
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Water may be more common than expected at extreme depths within Earth's lower mantle - approaching 640 kilometres and possibly beyond, a study of diamonds from across the world has found.

https://rxscience.org/existence-of-water-in-earths-lower-mantle-a-diamond-study/
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Diaboleite | #Geology #GeologyPage #Mineral

Chemical Formula: Pb2CuCl2(OH)4
Locality: Higher Pitts, Mendip Hills, Somersetshire, England.
Name Origin: From the Greek dia, “difference” and the mineral Boleite.

Diaboleite is a blue-colored mineral with formula Pb2CuCl2(OH)4.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2014/01/diaboleite.html
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'Oumuamua one year later - One year ago this week astronomers discovered an unusual object moving through space not too far from the Earth's orbit. In just a few days they realized it could not be a normal asteroid or comet – its path showed that it was not gravitationally bound to the solar system. It was, therefore, the first interstellar body ever discovered in our solar system that originated from outside it. It was given the Hawaiian name 'Oumuamua, "scout."

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"The Trump administration may be considering redefining gender as an unchangable condition determined solely by a person's biology, according to a leaked memo draft obtained by The New York Times.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services argued in the drafted memo, which has not been seen by NBC News, that the government needs to adopt a uniformed definition of gender “on a biological basis that is clear, grounded in science, objective and administrable,” the Times reported."
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Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL: Specs, Price, Availability, and Offers #Google #Pixel3 #Pixel3XL
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Watch the promo of #RanveerSingh and #AkshayKumar episode on #KoffeeWithKaran which promises loads of gossip and fun.
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#WontBeErased is Twitter’s response to Trump’s proposed anti-trans policies http://tnw.me/UEoUpTv
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Google's New Pixel 3 XL is Tempting

Most reviewers of Google's new top of the range phone seem to be saying (1) awesome software, (2) amazing camera, (3) excellent sound, (4) good hardware, (5) reasonable aesthetics, and (6) big notch (oops!). I think I could put up with (6) and, given Telstra's big data plans now available on new phone contracts, I might even put up with the hefty price too. Now might be a good time to retire my Pixel XL.

https://www.wired.co.uk/article/google-pixel-3-xl-review
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Lofoten is an archipelago and a traditional district in the county of Nordland, Norway. Lofoten is known for a distinctive scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands. Though lying within the Arctic Circle, the archipelago experiences one of the world's largest elevated temperature anomalies relative to its high latitude......
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Apple AirPods go $37 off list in rare one day only Best Buy deal (certified refurbished) - Apple has “more” products “in the making”, starting with a long overdue iPad Pro upgrade. But that may not be all that the Cupertino-based tech giant is planning to unveil at a special October 30 event, although it’s still unclear if the temporary recent disappearance of the company’s first-gen AirPods was foreshadowing of anything. Whether or not a pair of refreshed wireless earbuds is around the cor...
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