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Even superheroes need companionship. For some of these heroes, that means dating other heroes, while others prefer civilians when it comes time to chose a partner. These are the greatest romantic partnerships in the history of DC Comics ... 9 out of 10

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15 Greatest Discoveries from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope

NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has spent 15 years in space. In honor of this anniversary, 15 of Spitzer’s greatest discoveries are featured in a gallery.

https://rxscience.org/15-greatest-discoveries-from-nasas-spitzer-space-telescope/
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There are certain foods that may cause constipation. Read about the worst foods for constipation that you should avoid.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/7-foods-you-should-never-eat-when-youre-constipated/
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Your liver not only acts as a filter for your blood, but it also produces hormones, stores energy, and makes compounds that allow your gut to digest food. And those are just a few of its many essential duties. There are also a handful of common symptoms associated with liver disease. If you experience any of these, get yourself to a doctor on the double.

https://health-zone.org/6-signs-your-liver-might-be-failing/
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One km wide meteor gets you 31 km Crator! How's that for a 12,000 year "Gaily double"? Too Young to place in coriastrophe.porogle.com
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7 Signs Your Liver is in Bad Condition

Because our organs are inside of us, we can’t exactly observe the abuse our organs are taking. However, there are 7 ways to notice when your organs aren’t working as well as they should be.

http://www.howfitness.info/7-signs-your-liver-is-in-bad-condition/
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Easily make your best smart phone holder by using Steel Tiffin Box stand...
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This December, prepare for "Defenders: The best Defense" #1, written by Al Ewing with art by Joe Bennett! Read more: http://bit.ly/2PzUFC2
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Come early Sunday morning (Nov. 18), the famous Leonid meteor shower will reach its peak, with lesser numbers expected on the preceding and following mornings. According to Margaret Campbell-Brown and Peter Brown in the 2018 Observer's Handbook of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Earth will pass through the thickest part of the Leonid swarm at 7 p.m. EST (2300 GMT) on Nov. 17. But the best time to look will be during the after-midnight hours of Sunday morning, once the source the meteors appear to stream from, called the radiant, comes above the horizon for observers in North America. The meteors appear to fly away from a point located within the Sickle of Leo (hence the name "Leonids"). 

Actually, the very best time to observe the Leonids is as close to dawn as possible. This is when viewers will be able to avoid glare from a waxing gibbous moon (which sets before 2 a.m. local time) and the radiant will climb well up in the southeastern sky.

Under ideal dark-sky conditions, a single observer can expect to see about 10 to 15 of these ultraswift meteors each hour. They ram into our upper atmosphere at 45 miles (72 kilometers) per second — faster than any other meteor shower. As such, as many as half leave visible trails, and every once in a great while you might be treated to an outstandingly bright meteor (called a "fireball") or a meteor that silently explodes in a strobe-like flash along its path (called a "bolide"). Such meteors become so bright they can cast distinct shadows.

🔭Observing Tips🌠

Since November mornings tend to be quite chilly, verging on downright cold, the best suggestion is to be sure and bundle up. The best piece of equipment for meteor watching is a long lounge chair in which you can lie back and look up without putting any stress on your neck. Look up into the sky, keep your eyes moving around and don't stare at any one place. Pretty soon you'll see a streak in the sky; mentally trace the streak backward. When another streak comes by, trace that backward also and see if it came from the same region of the sky as the first. 

By the time a third streak appears, you should be able to verify that the emanation point is indeed within the Sickle, a backward question-mark pattern of stars that marks the head and mane of Leo, the Lion.

✨The Past✨

What most people remember about the Leonids are the spectacular meteor displays that they staged during the 1998 through 2002 time frame. In some cases, meteors fell at rates of up to 3,000 per hour! The cause of these stupendous displays was Earth's interaction with dense streamers of dust trailing immediately behind Comet 55P/Tempel-Tuttle, which sheds dusty comet debris into space each time it passes the sun at roughly 33-year intervals. The comet reached the far end of its orbit, called aphelion, in 2014, so the Leonids have been weak in recent years. 

🌟The Future🌟

Unfortunately, on its way back in toward the sun, the comet will pass close to Jupiter, whose potent gravitational field will noticeably perturb the orbit of the comet and its accompanying dense trails of dust. So, stupendous "storms" of meteors are not likely to occur on the next Leonid cycle. Still, there is a chance of some significant activity. Russian meteor expert Mikhail Maslov has predicted that on Nov. 19, 2034, dust trails shed by the comet in 1699 and 1866 will partially overlap upon their interaction with Earth, possibly producing meteor rates in the many hundreds per hour. Not a meteor "storm," but still potentially a very impressive display. 

Mark your calendars!

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10 Foods that Control Blood Sugar Naturally

Here are 10 best foods that Powers says can help keep your blood sugar in check and make you happy and healthy to boot.

https://www.healthyvogue.com/10-foods-that-can-lower-your-blood-sugar-naturally/
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Going, going — nope, it's still just going, NASA says of its Voyager 2 probe, which the agency realized was approaching the edge of the solar system back in early October. In a statement released yesterday (Nov. 14), NASA shared additional data from the probe that gives engineers a sense of where the spacecraft currently is in relation to the solar system.

The Voyager 2 probe, which launched in 1977, swung past the gas giants of our solar system, making this spacecraft the only device to gather detailed data about Uranus and Neptune. Then, its mission complete, Voyager 2 barrelled on, out toward the edge of our solar system.
 
The new data comes from an instrument called the Low Energy Telescope, which tracks the low-energy particles characteristic of our solar system. Given the data Voyager 1sent home during its 2012 farewell, the team expects those encounters with low-energy particles to nearly disappear as the probe makes its exit, NASA said.

A graph shows how many heliospheric particles are hitting the Voyager 2 spacecraft. When the probe leaves the solar system, that count will be near zero.

And at the beginning of November, the team noticed a sharp decline in the number of particles encountered — but not all the way down to nearly zero, where it will remain after it leaves our neighborhood. That means that the spacecraft still has a ways to go before scientists can finally declare it free of its home solar system.

The new data adds to the first warning of Voyager 2's impending departure, which came from the probe's High Energy Telescope, which measures high-energy particles. Those particles become more prevalent as a spacecraft leaves the solar system.

The spike in energetic particles is a signature of the probe gradually losing the protection of a bubble around our sun called the heliopause. That bubble is formed by the solar wind, a constant stream of charged particles that is born in the sun, quickly accelerates in the star's atmosphere and then sets off across the entire solar system.

Because the sun's strength ebbs and grows, the precise location of that heliopause bubble isn't constant, which makes determining when Voyager 2 finally makes its escape more challenging.

But even as Voyager 2 is investigating the far edge of that solar wind stream, a much newer NASA spacecraft has begun investigating the place where that solar wind picks up so much speed. That's the sun's outer atmosphere, called the corona. The agency's Parker Solar Probe, which launched in August, made its first of 24 planned science passes around the sun earlier this month.

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Credits cards are believed to be one's best friend in times of need and crisis. Yes, they also prove to be one sometimes. However, the million-dollar question is: Is this reason good enough to own a credit card?
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#Trump canceled a trip to a cemetery in France where American soldiers from World War I are buried. He did not go to the observance at Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day. He has not visited American troops in Iraq or Afghanistan. Top Defense Department officials say that Mr. Trump has not fully grasped the role of the troops he commands, nor the responsibility that he has to lead them and protect them from politics.

Mr. Trump, who received a deferment from Vietnam because of bone spurs in his heel, came to office with a reverence for the idea of the military. Unlike past Republican presidents, Mr. Trump has seen little value in the long American deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq and other conflicts. He has also appeared to avoid responsibility as commander in chief when a Navy SEAL, William 'Ryan' Owens, a chief warfare special operator, was killed last year in Yemen. His decision days before the midterm elections to send troops to respond to what he insisted was a crisis at the southwestern border remains of deep concern to Defense Department officials.


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Two Years In, Trump Struggles to Master Role of Military Commander
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/16/us/politics/president-trump-military.html
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This week, as Vice President #MikePence crosses #Asia assuming duties traditionally carried out by the President, his boss Donald #Trump remains back in Washington to brood over electoral losses and the special counsel probe. He is skipping the yearly summits that usually bring US presidents around the globe for meetings with counterparts and high-profile speeches meant to illustrate American commitment in the region. Trump, who attended the gatherings last year but departed early, sent his No. 2 instead.

With Trump deciding to skip this year's summits, other leaders have sought to fill the void. Russian President #VladimirPutin was in Singapore to attend the #AssociationofSoutheastAsianNations and #EastAsiaSummit meetings, where he worked to strengthen economic and military ties in the region. Chinese President #XiJinping is planning to attend the #AsiaPacificEconomicCooperation summit in #PapuaNewGuinea, hoping to advance Beijing's influence in the South Pacific. Pence is there, too, but without the draw of being his country's No. 1.


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Pence takes a global role as Trump broods
https://edition.cnn.com/2018/11/15/politics/mike-pence-donald-trump-foreign-policy/index.html
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"Today, most of the water on Mars is locked away in frozen ice caps. But billions of years ago it flowed freely across the surface, forming rushing rivers that emptied into craters, forming lakes and seas. New research led by The University of Texas at Austin has found evidence that sometimes the lakes would take on so much water that they overflowed and burst from the sides of their basins, creating catastrophic floods that carved canyons very rapidly, perhaps in a matter of weeks.

The findings suggest that catastrophic geologic processes may have had a major role in shaping the landscape of Mars and other worlds without plate tectonics, said lead author Tim Goudge, a postdoctoral researcher at the UT Jackson School of Geosciences who will be starting as an assistant professor at the school in 2019.

"These breached lakes are fairly common and some of them are quite large, some as large as the Caspian Sea," said Goudge. "So we think this style of catastrophic overflow flooding and rapid incision of outlet canyons was probably quite important on early Mars' surface."

The research was published Nov. 16 in the journal Geology. Co-authors include NASA scientist Caleb Fassett and Jackson School Professor and Associate Dean of Research David Mohrig."

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-11-crater-lakes-canyons-mars.html

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Boxing Highlights 4 ... "Defend Yourself At All Times" #1 ... Some of the most brutal, controversial, epic and even funny knockouts ... 9 out of 10

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Most complete study on Europe’s greatest Hadrosaur site published | #Geology #GeologyPage

The Basturs Poble site is what is known in English as a bone bed, a geological stratum containing a great amount of fossils.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/11/most-complete-study-on-europes-greatest-hadrosaur-site-published.html
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Around the world most traditional medicine practices agree that heated honey has a negative affect on the human body. In the case of ayurveda, it is believed that honey heated over 60 degrees celsius (140 degrees fahrenheit) creates “ama”. Ama is a condition of mucus that is brought on by inflammation and toxicity.
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President Donald #Trump on Friday (Nov 16) said he has answered a list of questions from #RobertMueller about his dealings with Russia and other matters being investigated by the special counsel. However, the president said he has not yet submitted his responses to the special counsel's office. Trump has long derided the investigation as a 'hoax,' claiming that there was 'no collusion' between his campaign and Russian actors to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Trump also insisted that he personally wrote the answers to the long list of questions - '142 items' - amid speculation that his lawyers wrote the responses. Mueller has been trying to extract answers from Trump for nearly a year, as his office negotiated with presidential attorneys over deposing their client, a proposition Trump roundly rejected.


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Trump says he has answered Mueller's questions but not yet submitted them
https://www.politico.com/story/2018/11/16/trump-mueller-questions-997121
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13 Best Android Apps of 2018

Fill up your phone or tablet with the best Android apps around now with 13 to pick from!

https://todaysintech.com/the-best-android-apps-of-2018/
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