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Interesting Features of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus
Are you waiting for next generation smartphone? Here comes another leak of interesting features of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus; camera with slow-motion movies, SLP circuit board, Y-OCTA Display and Fingerprint Scanner....

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This is what happens to your brain when you don't get enough sleep

Many of us have experienced the effects of sleep deprivation: feeling tired and cranky, or finding it hard to concentrate. Sleep is more important for our brains than you may realise. Although it may appear you’re “switching off” when you fall asleep, the brain is far from inactive. What we know from studying patterns of brain electrical activity is that while you sleep, your brain cycles through two main types of patterns: rapid eye movement (REM) sleep and slow-wave sleep. Slow-wave sleep, which occurs more at the beginning of the night, is characterised by slow rhythms of electrical activity across large numbers of brain cells (occurring one to four times per second). As the night progresses, we have more and more REM sleep. During REM sleep we often have vivid dreams, and our brains show similar patterns of activity to when we are awake. What are our brains doing while we sleep? Sleep serves many different functions. One of these is to help us remember experiences we had during the day. REM sleep is thought to be important for emotional memories (for example, memories involving fear) or procedural memory (such as how to ride a bike). On the other hand, slow-wave sleep is thought to reflect the storing of so-called “declarative” memories that are the conscious record of your experiences and what you know (for example, what you had for breakfast). We also know experiences are “replayed” in the brain during sleep - the memories of these experiences are like segments from a movie that can be rewound and played forward again. Replay occurs in neurons in the hippocampus - a brain region important for memory - and has been best studied in rats learning to navigate a maze. After a navigation exercise, when the rat is resting, its brain replays the path it took through the maze. Replay helps to strengthen the connections between brain cells, and is therefore thought to be important for consolidating memories.

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The 20 Best Celebrity Engagement Announcements https://trib.al/Im2hJGi

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Beautiful Singer Katy Perry Pictures, Fashion & Profile

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Here you will find the largest collection and the best love poems for her. --> https://bayart.org/cute-love-poems-girlfriend/ #poetry

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A fitting tribute to a life cut short 32 years ago

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Google Play banner hints at dedicated audiobook section http://engt.co/2DWjoYs

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A Veteran ICE Agent, Disillusioned with the Trump Era, Speaks Out https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/a-veteran-ice-agent-disillusioned-with-the-trump-era-speaks-out -via Flynx

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The spider

More *flowers and insects° https://www.paolodalprato.com/macro-a-colori

#macrophotography #hqspmacro #hqspflowers #fotomaniaitalia #ilovephotography #insect #spider

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Sometimes I get the feeling I'm being watched......by Penguins!

Happy Penguin Awareness Day

#penguinawarenessday #waterbird #penguin

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Hottest Celeb Sisters Of All-Time: Kendall & Kylie, Gigi & Bella & More

http://www.stylefigures.com/celebrity-sisters-photos-of-the-hottest-siblings/

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The Trump Administration Just Gave High-Profile Illegal Immigrant Activists Some Really Bad News

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President Trump signed 55 executive orders in 2017. As a candidate Trump accused President Obama of relying on executive orders, “because he couldn’t get anybody to agree with him.”

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It probably got mixed up with some other money laundering.

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Is it #GameDay yet..!?

Can you tell how excited we are for tomorrow? 😄

#NotDone

Read more on: bit.ly/2EYHm4n

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: New England Patriots Cheerleaders)

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#NASCAR Robert Yates reflects on Hall of Fame career with posthumous speech https://www.motorsport.com/nascar-cup/news/nascar-robert-yates-hall-of-fame-speech-997720/ via @Motorsport_Oz

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What you eat can have a negative impact on your memory, cognitive function, and emotional health. Check out some of the worst foods for your brain and heart, which you should stop consuming right now.

http://www.hownutrition.info/5-foods-can-trigger-stroke/

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Here are 20 Great Shots From The Hubble Telescope. These are public files that can be found in numerous places. There is a ton of them but here are 20 I really personally thought were cool. This video is 01:50 long.

Some of the shots are different views of the moon,mars,and some even of earth. I like to look at what the Hubble is up to and what amazing new pictures are there in the NASA public royalty free images.

Hubble Images come in by the hundreds of new great looks of unexplored and explored locations in space. If you like space pictures from the Hubble Telescope then please Subscribe if you liked the video.

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Castlevania, the Netflix anime series will be returning in 2018 with brand new episodes as announced by one of the writers on the show. The video-game adaptation scored favourable reviews when it landed last year but has been super quiet and we haven’t…
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