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But he's not Hillary, so that's okay, right? BENGHAZI™®©!!!

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‘#StarTrekDiscovery’ Fuels Record Sign-Ups For #CBSAllAccess

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So, the iPhone 8 launch is a thing that happened in China...

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NASA Dedicates Facility In Honor Of 'Hidden Figures' Heroine Katherine Johnson

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// Now huddled in a private room on the sidelines of a meeting of world leaders in Lima, Peru, two months before Trump’s inauguration, Obama made a personal appeal to Zuckerberg to take the threat of fake news and political disinformation seriously. Unless Facebook and the government did more to address the threat, Obama warned, it would only get worse in the next presidential race. //

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The HTC Viveport is where all the developers will want to be if they get to keep all the money to themselves.

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Wow! A Lyons Township product set a new NFL record with this incredible kick for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.

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Last, but certainly not least: “Let’s Make America Smart Again: The Future of NASA”
With host Neil deGrasse Tyson, co-host Chuck Nice, and guest Ellen Stofan, former NASA chief scientist. Listen now at #LMASA

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10 Good Reasons Why You Should Start Drinking Morning Warm Turmeric Water

Turmeric belongs to the ginger family and it is native to southern Asia. Turmeric has a long history of usage and it is mainly used for medicinal, culinary, dyeing, as an indicator and most often it has traditional uses.

#turmeric #health #drinks #explore #medicine #homeremedies #treatment #healthy #herbal #naturalremedies #cure #disease #water #healthcare #remedy #healing

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Abell 3411 and Abell 3412: A pair of colliding galaxies about 2 billion light years away.

Astronomers have discovered what happens when the eruption from a supermassive black hole is swept up by the collision and merger of two galaxy clusters.

This composite image contains X-rays from Chandra (blue), radio emission from the GMRT (red), and optical data from Subaru (red, green, and blue) of the colliding galaxy clusters called Abell 3411 and Abell 3412.

These and other telescopes were used to analyze how the combination of these two powerful phenomena can create an extraordinary cosmic particle accelerator.

Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/R. van Weeren et al; Optical: NAOJ/Subaru; Radio: NCRA/TIFR/GMRT

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Exercise and the right diet aren't the only things that help prevent heart disease. Know the 5 top drinks that come with heart-healthy benefits.

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In this talk from Xen Summit, Florian Schmidt, a researcher at NEC Europe, describes uniprof, a unikernel performance profiler that can also be used for debugging:

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TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-POLITICS-CULTURE-HISTORY-MUSEUMS, FEATURE BY TOM HANCOCKThis photo taken on September 25, 2012 shows a display at Fan Jianchuan's Cultural Revolution museum near Chengdu, in Sichuan province. A series of museums commemorating the decade of violence during China's Cultural Revolution is opening up normally tightly controlled discussion of the chaotic era -- but only up to a point. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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"Scientists from the University of Exeter studied how guppies behaved in various situations, and found complex differences between individuals.

The researchers tested whether differences could be measured on a "simple spectrum" of how risk-averse or risk-prone guppies were. But they found variations between individuals were too complicated to be described in this way.

"The idea of a simple spectrum is often put forward to explain the behaviour of individuals in species such as the Trinidadian guppy," said Dr Tom Houslay, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation (CEC) on the University of Exeter's Penryn Campus in Cornwall.

"But our research shows that the reality is much more complex. "For example, when placed into an unfamiliar environment, we found guppies have various strategies for coping with this stressful situation - many attempt to hide, others try to escape, some explore cautiously, and so on.

"The differences between them were consistent over time and in different situations. So, while the behaviour of all the guppies changed depending on the situation -- for example, all becoming more cautious in more stressful situations -- the relative differences between individuals remained intact."

The study, published in the journal Functional Ecology, examined the "coping styles" of guppies in conditions designed to cause varying levels of stress.

Mild stress was caused by transferring fish individually to an unfamiliar tank, and higher levels of stress were caused by adding models of predatory birds or fish".

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5 Photos - View album
Shot/Edited by Me
#shot_by_jfl #multi_format

-Screener Frame: Honor 8 Pro
-Wall for Most Mobile Devices
-Wall for Samsung S8/Note 8
-Wall for LG G6, V30
-Wall for Essential Phone

Please credit back if you share these out. Thanks for following!

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The climber

My flowers and insects in colors

#macrophotography #hqspmacro #hqspflowers #fotomaniaitalia #ant #insect #macroaddict #ilovephotography 

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Steigen commune northern norway

#Landscape #nature #norway #visitnorway #mountains #nordland #autumn2017 #nikon #cold #sky #PhotoOfTheWeek #ocean #clouds #northnorway #fjord #Corona #nightphotography #northernlights #aurora #auroraborealis #Borealis #Nordlys #Night

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Coming back for more

Tawny Funnel fungus (Lepista flaccida)

Svartskog, Norway

This specimen was one of several growing under a spruce near my house, and looked really beautiful from a distance, but last night one or more slugs had a feast and made some serious damage. Next night more slugs might come by to continue feasting.

It’s a race against time for the slugs to eat before the mushroom decompose and for the mushroom to disperse spores before it’s eaten by slugs.

Many mushrooms are even eaten from inside by maggots, so while I encounter what is seemingly a beautiful specimen today, it might be completely demolished tomorrow!
If not picked by a human!

Image Copyright © 2017 +Morten Ross
Image Capture Date: 20 September 2017 13:48
Altitude: 34 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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Mapping the nearby Universe | Hubble
Galaxy ESO 376-16
The distances to objects in the Universe can differ enormously. The nearest star to us—Proxima Centauri—lies some 4.2 light-years from us, while some incredibly distant galaxies are so far away—13 billion light-years or more—that they are only visible to us as a result of cosmic tricks of magnification.

The subject of this image, a galaxy called ESO 376-16, sits nearly 23 million light-years from Earth—not that great a distance on a cosmic scale. However, given the galaxy’s relative proximity to us, we know surprisingly little about it. Astronomers are still debating about many of the properties of ESO 376-16, including its morphology. Galaxies are divided into types based on their visual appearance and characteristics; spiral galaxies, like the Milky Way, are flattened discs with curved arms sweeping out from a central nucleus, while irregular galaxies lack a distinct structure and look far more chaotic. On the basis of its rather ill-defined morphology, ESO 376-16 is thought to be either a late-type spiral or a dwarf irregular galaxy.

Despite its mystique, observations of ESO 376-16 have been useful in several studies, including one made with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope that aimed to create a 3D map of galaxies lying in the vicinity of Earth. Researchers used Hubble to gauge the distance to galaxies including ESO 376-16 by measuring the luminosities of especially bright red-giant-branch stars sitting within the galaxies. They then used their data to generate and calibrate 3D maps of the distribution of galaxies throughout the nearby cosmos.

Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA
Release Date: September 25, 2017

+Hubble Space Telescope
+European Space Agency, ESA
+NASA Goddard
+Space Telescope Science Institute

#NASA #Hubble #Astronomy #Science #Space #Galaxy #ESO37616 #Antlia #Cosmos #Universe #Telescope #ESA #Goddard #GSFC #STScI #STEM #Education

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The Chicago Bulls and guard Dwyane Wade have reached an agreement on a contract buyout, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Wade gave up approximately $8 million of his remaining $23.8 million salary to reach an agreement on a buyout, league sources told ESPN. According to ESPN'S Adrian Wojnarowski, The Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs, and the Miami Heat are the leaders to sign Wade once the buyout is made official. However, sources also tell Wojnarowski that the Oklahoma City Thunder — who recently acquired Wade's friend Carmelo Anthony — may also have interest.

In terms of money, here's what the previously mentioned teams have to offer Wade:

Miami Heat: $4.2M
San Antonio Spurs: $3.3M
Cleveland Cavaliers: $2.5M
Oklahoma City Thunder: $2.3M

#NBA #Bulls

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Child death figures were routine for July and August, when infections peak and already overburdened hospitals are unable to cope

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With its new ThinkSmart Hub 500, Lenovo wants to help make workplace meetings easier than ever before with a unique design and Skype integration.

By +Andrew Romero
#Lenovo #Windows #Skype

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FMRI Brains Scan Can SPOT A LIAR With Up To 90% Accuracy !!!
We should apply it to all criminals who use lies as one of their main weapons.

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So of my personal devices, they're all on Nougat, but the LGs are all on 7.0, my Motos and Blackberry are on 7.1.1, and my Nexus Player on 8.0.

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My Oreo-running Pixel XL's entire Settings app crashes every time I try to view the mobile or Wi-Fi data usage. Not like it's important or anything, especially as I'm approaching my monthly data limit while stuck at the hospital for the last 3 days.


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Rapid Blaster Pro is not my favorite blaster.

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The red state with an energy blueprint
#Cybernetics #SmartCities #CEOs #CIOs #CTOs #Technology #TechLeaders

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At least according to DxOMark...

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Excellent article about the importance of enough and regular sleep in preventing Alzheimer, lowering of "IQ & telepathy processing/interpretation", irritability, heart disease, diabetes. The article explains if we don't get enough sleep, next day there is a drop of 70% in immune T cells in the blood, allowing an easier infection and catching of colds. Also, with too little sleep, we get amyloid plaque harder to clear (in healthy people this is cleared during sleep) and some short sleepers like Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan both got Alzheimer. Matthew explains that being awake 20 hours can lower some people's cognition the same as if being semi-drunk. :) Irregular sleep schedules harm attention and creativity in young adults. “The more variability they showed in their night-to-night sleep, the worse their cognition declined across the week,” said study co-author Michael Scullin, Ph.D., director of Baylor’s Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition Laboratory and assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences. ►

Interestingly, some studies found both too short and too long sleep are associated with higher mortality from all causes ► from 2010 and from 2009, from 2015.

Sleeping enough is key to longevity and good health; many studies show that losing sleep leads to loss of brain tissue too - even if it's only 1 night lost. A few people slept 2-5 hours and lived to be 86 or 90, like Tesla lives to 86 and slept 2 hours on average. Einstein slept 10-11 hours and lived to 76. Sleep ideal amount probably varies from person to person. Some people are fine with 5 hours others with 9, or 6 and some naps, etc. Avoiding drinking liquids and eating watery fruits or veggies before going to bed means less bath trips and a longer deep sleep. Also, sleeping on a comfortable bed (a foam mattress is today cheaper and for some people at least more comfy than a spring one and it prevents movement propagation for beds for 2 persons, not feeling when the other moves) means getting a longer deep sleep, the restorative deep sleep that rejuvenates the body and allows the brain to repair (and telepathy to work better). About 1% of population can be perfectly healthy and sleep less than the usual 8 hours or much less. Most people develop health problems if they force themselves to be a short sleeper. As people get into a routine and get older, they sleep less. There seem to be some mutations in the DEC2 gene that allow some humans and mammals to be perfectly fine with less sleep, but not most people. ► Science. 2009 Aug 14; 325(5942): 866–870.

Good sleep prevents hypertension

Good sleep prevents diabetes,

Good sleep prevents weak immune system and all kinds of health issues, because sleep is when a lot of body repair occurs

University of Pennsylvania researchers found that getting enough sleep each day (some people need 6, others need 9 or more , especially younger people) is a good way to prevent brain cell death and permanent brain damage. ►  Naturally, this means getting enough sleep daily is a good way to enhance the best telepathy performance, which is dependent on brain performance. ► FREE FULL PAPER IN THE JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE (The Journal of Neuroscience, 19 March 2014, 34(12): 4418-4431)

Telepathy is dependent on serenity and loving kindness, on order and low chaos.  When our sleep habits are very chaotic, even if we get say 8 hours of sleep daily, it can diminish brain performance and telepathy performance too.  Hence the old adage of "getting more regular going to bed hours, more even amounts of sleep daily, having a regular sleep schedule is better", seems now to be confirmed by science. 

There are a few famous people who sleep little naturally, see

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Telepathy accounts and habits ►

human-bird telepathy

Vegan Billie Dean was able to telepathically perceive and feel the suffering of animals since a kid and has 7 vegan dogs. She predicts we will all be vegan and then breatharian.

Pre-conception and pre-birth Telepathy

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Skol! Where are you watching today's game against Tampa Bay?

Watch video:

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders)

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Nexus Players gets Oreo update
So there are a few people out there already getting to enjoy Android Oreo update on their phones. I'm waiting for the update, but since I'm not on any Nexus or Pixel device I'll be waiting some time. Oh, but wait... I do have one Nexus device, the Nexus Pla...

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New Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL leak gives us our closest look yet at Google’s new phones

The many leaks for Google’s next Pixel phones continued today with new images that reportedly show the backs of both the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL. Prices for both phones were reportedly revealed as well.

The stories come from Droid Life, using unnamed sources, and they claim that the larger LG-made Pixel 2 XL will cost $849 for the 64 GB version, and $949 for the 128 GB model. The somewhat blurry images of the phone that were posted with the article show that the top quarter of its back, where its camera will be, has a dark black color. The rest of the back, which also contains its fingerprint sensor, will be colored either in a slightly grayer color, or in white. The official names for the colorways will be Just Black and Black & White.

The smaller HTC-made Pixel 2, as reported by Droid Life, will be priced at $649 for the 64 GB version and $749 for the 128 GB variant. The leaked images show that the top quarter of the phone will somewhat match the color on the rest of the back (no panda phone for the Pixel 2, apparently). It shows a Just Black, Clearly White, and Kinda Blue version will be available.

We will learn much more about Google’s second generation Pixel phones on October 4. In the meantime, what do you think about the look of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, along with their prices? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

#Google #GooglePixel2 #GooglePixelXL2 #Pixel2 #PixelXL2 #Android #AndroidOreo #androiddev #indiedev #HTC
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