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Culture Shapes the Brain: How Reading Changes the Way We Think

Comparing illiterate individuals and adult readers highlights repeatedly just how much learning to read changes our brains.

The research is in Language Cognition and Neuroscience. (full open access)

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Contrary to what's written here, saying there's no problem when in deed it very well could be a problem in the near future and should definitely be addressed. The administration is also consideringinvoking a 1950 law used in war time to nationalize industries in the name of national security, according to multiple officials familiar with the deliberations.

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Column: Prince’s death reveals how so-called ‘friends’ may really be enablers

I don’t know the people Prince considered to be his friends. I don’t know the kinds of things they did to warrant their place within the entertainer’s inner circle.

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How Your Brain Learns to Expect Muddy Puddles in the Park (and Other Things)

Previous research has identified the midbrain's role in learning about preferences.

The research is in Nature Communications. (full open access)

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Hike across some of the oldest known rocks on the planet

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Gmail, Search, and certain Android push notifications are not working in Russia. If Russia blocks Google services, will Telegram have to comply with its ban? #News #Google #Russia

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Podcasts are a great way to keep up with topics you care about, but it can be hard to keep up with a bunch of them. There are dozens of apps out there, but one of the most convenient has been the one built into Google Assistant. Now, that podcast manager…

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Free press is under 'open assault' in Trump era, Hillary Clinton says

Hillary Clinton excoriated President Donald Trump for his treatment of the media, saying in remarks on Sunday that press rights and free speech are "under open assault" in the current administration, which she compared to an authoritarian regime.

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There is a lot wrong with the Democrat establishment.
But if you point out any of the things that need to be corrected, they throw a huge tantrum like little children who are told they need to eat their vegetables. Maybe that's the problem with the establishment Democrats. They never grew up past the age of three.

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Accidental Art -- Fort Collins, Colorado
"In every landscape reside jewels of abstract art waiting to be discovered."
-- Melissa Brown

Dew droplets on a tiny spiderweb on a cool, foggy morning in northern Colorado... I thought this looked like some sort of magical fairy harp. :-)

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a mini #Määh-Monday is waiting for a maxi #Tree-Tuesday ;-)
Saurdal, Norway

50mm f/9.0 1/80s ISO100

#Norway #Saurdal #Legeskog #Balestrand #sheep #Schaf #Norge

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The cruelest place on earth

The Danakil Depression (aka “The cruelest place on earth”) sits deep in the northern deserts of Ethiopia, and averages the hottest place on the planet. Venturing here is extremely difficult and quite dangerous, requiring multiple 4WDs (in case one fails) and a convoy of armed Militia for protection. Those who brave the harsh conditions are rewarded with a landscape that looks more like Mars, than Earth…

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Ex-NFL kicker Jay Feely says prom photo with gun was a 'joke'

Feely posted the photo on Twitter Saturday. The photo shows him standing with his arm around his daughter and with the gun in his other hand, next to his daughter's date. But, some people thought he crossed a line.

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the agency needs to evolve and embrace the options outside the gate instead of the not invented here mentality dictating in house for everything
If the Trump-Pence team pushes it, Falcon Heavy rockets could have more than 100 launches through 2024. The New Glenn, which will lift almost as much as the Falcon Heavy and will be rated to carry humans from Day One, could add another 20 flights between 2020 and 2024.

Together, these approximately 120 heavy commercial flights would lift as much payload as 60 of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) flights. However, there will be at most four SLS flights by end of 2024, according to current plans. Each reusable commercial flight will also cost less than $100 million, while SLS flights will cost $700 million to $1 billion per launch.
Even 4 SLS by 2024 is probably overly optimistic

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The team at Milestone have revealed a making of video for their forthcoming MotoGP 18 which is heading to the Nintendo Switch sometime in the summer. The video showcases the Drone Scanning System used to accurately recreate real-world MotoGP tracks in 1:1…

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Inti Creates has put together an overview trailer for the latest update to Mighty Gunvolt Burst on the Nintendo Switch. This update brings the game to Version 1.4 and brings with it a new downloadable content character, Tenzou. Tenzou is the original…

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John Oliver Buys An Ad On Hannity To Tell Trump Not To Kill The Iran Deal

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What Learning Looks Like In the Brain

The team made a number of surprising observations about the synaptic nanomodules.

The research is in Nature Neuroscience. (full access paywall)

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Descent - spiritual successor looking great

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Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo facing rare opposition from Senate panel

President Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, is facing serious opposition before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, which may not have enough votes to recommend him for confirmation because all Democrats, and at least one Republican, have said they will oppose him.

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Lmaooo
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