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Why Being Left Handed Matters for Mental Health

The location of a person’s neural systems for emotion depends on whether they are left-handed, right-handed or somewhere in between, the research shows.

The research is in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. (full access paywall)

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"Low-code platforms help speed the process for creating and deploying important business applications, putting more power in the hands of line-of-business professionals."

Read about App Maker, our new low-code tool, via TechRepublic ↓

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Trump Just Handed Dems The Midterms With New Immigration Plan That Goes Beyond Child Separation: Not only is Trump cementing himself as a morally bankrupt president who lacks even the most rudimentary sense of compassion, but he is bringing the entire Republican Party down with him. The post Trump Just Handed Dems The Midterms With New Immigration Plan That Goes Beyond Child Separation appeared first on POLITICUSUSA.

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"As a journalist, you should try to intersect and cross-reference the absolute craziness of the ongoing show" http://aje.io/vqfy8

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Shane is coming back to The Walking Dead Season 9!

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Trump aides plan fresh immigration crackdowns before midterms - POLITICO


❝ Among the fresh ideas being circulated: tightening rules on student visas and exchange programs; limiting visas for temporary agricultural workers; making it harder for legal immigrants who have applied for welfare programs to obtain residency; and collecting biometric data from visitors from certain countries. ❞
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Gordon Hayward injury update: Celtics forward expected to be fully cleared by August: Hayward suffered a gruesome leg injury in Boston’s 2017-18 opener and missed the rest of the season. http://dlvr.it/QXljLZ

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Land rising above the sea 2.4 billion years ago changed planet Earth | #Geology #GeologyPage

Chemical signatures in shale, the Earth’s most common sedimentary rock, point to a rapid rise of land above the ocean 2.4 billion years ago that possibly triggered dramatic changes in climate and life.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/05/land-rising-above-the-sea-2-4-billion-years-ago-changed-planet-earth.html

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Physical symptoms of stress can be varied and unusual. Here are a few ways to find out if you're over the edge.

http://health-zone.org/6-weird-signs-youre-way-too-stressed-out/

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After watching the #G7 train wreck aghast, senior officials at #NATO headquarters are quaking in their boots at the prospect of hosting a summit of the Western defense alliance featuring a raging Donald #Trump in Brussels. Far from showcasing transatlantic unity and resolve, they fear the 24-hour gathering of leaders of the 29-nation alliance, scheduled for about a month from now, could turn into round 2 of the rumble in Quebec, with the U.S. president on the rampage against the Europeans and Canadians over their allegedly unfair trade surpluses and puny military spending, leaving NATO in tatters. It is entirely legitimate for the United States to press NATO nations to pay more toward their own defense. But #America needs like-minded friends and allies, and Trump cannot afford to go on treating them as rivals or threats to its security.


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Trump’s next target: NATO
https://www.politico.eu/article/will-donald-trump-wreck-nato-summit-too-g7/

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It looks like Nintendo is planning to support Mario Tennis Aces long after launch. The upcoming Nintendo Switch game, which arrives this Friday, June 22,is getting downloadable content (DLC) in the form of additional playable characters. Diddy Kong, Birdo…

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Sunrise over Tower Bridge, London.

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US Supreme Court to hear Apple’s arguments in App Store antitrust case- Technology News, Firstpost

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A MUST WATCH: Telltale Games is BROKE? - Game News

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For years, scientists have been unable to agree on the length of a day on Venus, but one new study might put an end to this confusion.

The planet Venus rotates very slowly, with a single revolution taking about 243 Earth days, and this rotation rate varies. Additionally, while the planet turns slowly, its atmosphere moves dramatically faster, making a complete rotation in only four Earth days, according to a statement about the new study. However, while we can follow the planet's changing rotation, until now, scientists weren't able to clearly explain why the rate changes.  

Thanks to images from the Akatsuki spacecraft of JAXA, the Japanese space agency, researchers think that they have finally found the reason behind these variations. In a new study, published today (June 18) in the journal Nature Geoscience, researchers showed how the interaction between Venus' fast-moving atmosphere and its surface, marked with volcanos and mountains, changes the speed of the planet's spin.

Recently, Akatsuki spotted a huge, bow-shaped atmospheric structure on Venus. The spacecraft noticed that the structure kept disappearing and reappearing, yet it remained in the same location above mountains on the planet's surface. When researchers first studied images of the planet from Akatsuki's mission in 2015, they suggested that the strange structure was actually a fast-moving mountain wave. A mountain wave is a type of atmospheric gravity wave created by topographical elements like mountains and the way wind flows over them.

Venus' surface is difficult to image not only because of the planet's varying rotation, but also because the surface is "hidden behind a permanent, thick cloud cover," Thomas Navarro, study author and researcher at the University of California, told Space.com in an email. This has made it especially difficult for researchers to understand this phenomenon.

However, by using pictures at various wavelengths from Akatsuki, the researchers in the new study were finally able to get a clear image of the bow-shaped structure and confirm the presence of a mountain wave. They also explained how mountain waves cause Venus to spin at varying speeds: Because of the different directions of the wind flowing upstream and downstream against the mountain, "Overall, a net force is exerted on the mountain, and the whole solid body follows," Navarro said.

 By learning about Venus' mountain waves, scientists can better "understand how angular momentum is transferred between the solid body [of Venus] and the atmosphere," Navarro said. In other words, because researchers have confirmed that the mysterious structure is a mountain wave, they can better study "how the atmosphere and the solid body affect each other, and why Venus is the way that it is," he said.

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Xiaomi Mi A2 listed on Swiss electronics retail portal along with all its specifications- Technology News, Firstpost

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Four-star general warns Trump’s family separation policy echoes Nazis

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Would you buy a phone that folds in half?

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We also learned that Samsung autocorrect is the "bane of literally every agent of the FBI's existence."

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MLB trade rumors: Nationals acquire closer Kelvin Herrera from Royals: The Nationals made a push to strengthen their bullpen Monday by trading for Royals closer Kelvin Herrera. http://dlvr.it/QXlHwQ

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" I was dismayed to learned this weekend about a Tesla employee who had conducted quite extensive and damaging sabotage to our operations. This includes making direct code changes to the Tesla Manufacturing Operating System under false usernames and exporting large amounts of highly sensitive Tesla data to unknown third parties. "

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A late case render for the Pixel 3 XL shows that Google likes to stick with a standby...

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President #Trump reportedly plans to attend the #NATO summit in Brussels this July. If he does, he will do so as relations between the United States and its Western allies sit at a new low. President Trump is on record as having called NATO 'obsolete.' Last week, he left a #G7 summit in Canada early, signed but then refused to honor the joint communique with U.S. allies there, and then insulted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The White House has not confirmed that Mr. Trump will attend the NATO summit in July, but preparations are underway for him to visit Britain and Belgium next month.


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U.S. envoy to NATO taking "an earful" from allies for Trump
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/donald-trump-nato-allies-vent-at-ambassador-kay-bailey-hutchison-iran-deal/
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