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Starting with Chrome 69 on desktop, users logging in to a Google site or service are automatically logged in to Chrome, which is a new mandatory login behavior
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Incorporating specific foods into the diet may strengthen a person's immune response. Read on to discover 7 foods that boost the immune system.

https://www.healthyvogue.com/7-best-foods-healthy-immune-system/
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August 29, 1968
Humphrey's acceptance speech.
As I did a few days ago with Nixon's acceptance here is Hubert Humphrey's acceptance from the same source (C-span).
#50yearsago #year1968
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Tristan Thompson and Khloé Kardashian Go Hard on PDA to Kill New Cheating Rumors http://ellemag.co/FCsWdpW
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Gruden's return to the NFL isn't off to the greatest of starts.
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Northern Lights tours to book for autumn 2018 in Finland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland. Find out more ideas for Northern Lights holidays at Countryliving.com/uk.
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Earth moves at a fantastic rate of speed on its axis, around the sun and across the universe.

https://thetechinside.com/how-fast-is-earth-moving/
How Fast Is Earth Moving?
How Fast Is Earth Moving?
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Meghan Markle's Mom, Doria Ragland, Is Officially Back in Los Angeles After Her Latest Trip to the UK https://trib.al/NiZWhC7
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Why is Australian Opal Unique? | #Geology #Geologypage #Opal

The sedimentary opal deposits of central Australia occur along generally flat-lying horizontal layers within 30 metres of the earth’s surface

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2017/08/australian-opal-unique.html
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The fact that many species of plants and animals thrive even in these conditions is a great testament to the resourcefulness of life. Here are some amazingly adaptive Sahara desert animals.....
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Apparently, Google thought it was doing users a favor by removing those parts of a URL, but the criticism that followed say otherwise.
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#Business #Technology #SMB The Billion-Dollar Business of CBD (Infographic) - And the industry is only getting bigger.
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All the most beautiful spots to Instagram in Iceland on you next vacation.
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The world's most popular mobile OS turns 10 years old today - Ten years ago today, the most popular mobile OS in the world was introduced as the first Android powered phone, the T-Mobile G1, was announced. The handset, built by HTC, featured a QWERTY slider, and was equipped with a trackball. At the time, T-Mobile wasn't the innovative carrier it is today, so the release of the G1 (aka the HTC Dream) was clearly a test of the software. The first publicly released build of Android (v1.1) was...
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Deciphering how memory works in the brain – at the level of individual cells

Say you meet an old friend at the train station. She is standing about a metre ahead of you, and on the tracks to your right a train has just pulled into the station. Behind your friend you see a bakery. We often remember such scenes in vivid detail. But exactly how we do that by forming mental images has long been a bit of a mystery. Many researchers liken someone's recall of an episode from their life (episodic memory) to re-experiencing of the original event. What is unclear is how this process could be realised in the brain, at the level of single brain cells (neurons). Now our new study, published in eLife, has come up with a suggestion. It is possible to measure the activity of single brain cells. Experiments with rodents have shown that certain cells are active whenever an animal is located at a particular spot in the environment. These so-called "place cells" therefore represent an animal's position in a given environment. Similarly, other brain cells fire whenever there is an environmental boundary –such as the walls of a room – at a certain distance and direction from the animal. Such findings have given us clues as to how spatial relations are represented in the brain. As you meet your friend at the train station, cells in your brain that represent your location relative to the train station should be active. Similarly, other cells would signal the presence of "objects" (like your friend, the bakery and train) at given distances and directions from you. Yet other cells signal the identity of these items. However, it is not known how all these cells might work in concert to realise mental processes involved in perceiving, remembering and even imagining life events.
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Apple's AirPower wireless charger found mentioned on iPhone XS packaging- Technology News, Firstpost
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Apple's ecosystem strategy means basically ignoring everything else for as long as it can. Apple broke that mold a bit by adding +Android support for Apple Music, but even one of its most popular devices, the Apple Watch, is missing the Android boat. Do you think it's time Apple brought Android support to its smartwatch lineup? If you're an Android user, would you buy an Apple Watch if it worked with your phone?

#Apple #AppleWatch #Google #Android
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From crystals to climate: ‘Gold standard’ timeline links flood basalts to climate change | #Geology #GeologyPage

Lava erupted in pulses, ultimately burying the region to the height of a 30-story building. If the lava had been spread evenly over the lower 48 states instead of staying concentrated in the northwest, it would cover the country to a depth of about 80 feet.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/09/from-crystals-to-climate-gold-standard-timeline-links-flood-basalts-to-climate-change.html
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