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NASA has successfully completed the final test to qualify Orion's space capsule's parachute system for flights with astronauts, ahead of its mission to send humans to the Moon and beyond, the US space agency said.

https://rxscience.org/nasas-orion-aces-final-parachute-test-ahead-of-moon-mission/
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Germany | 2018
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These beautiful works of art illustrate the brain’s complexity. The recognized entries come from practicing scientists presenting their work in creative ways as well as artists who have collaborated with scientists.

https://thetechinside.com/the-brains-complexity-is-shown-in-the-art-of-neuroscience/
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Busted: Fox Silent On 'Caravan' After Parroting Trump For Weeks.

Systematic lying isn't leadership. It's propaganda for a cult.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QelEEWRQzjg
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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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An outdated definition of “monopoly” by Denise Hearn.

"A growing mountain of evidence is showing that increasing industrial concentration is leading to lower productivity, lower wages, and destroyed economic dynamism."

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They were all named Clark Kent and Superman.... nothing to see here #Soros is passing out #Ivanka brand knockoffs for voting maybe.
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Stan Lee does not need to be avenged, but he deserves to be remembered and celebrated. That’s exactly what the “Original 6” from Marvel Studios’ The Avengers have done. Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner,…
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Scientists recently pointed the telescope at both Mars and Saturn to capture some new images as they make their closest approaches to Earth for the year, and NASA is now showing off their fancy photo skills.

https://todaysintech.com/mars-looks-so-weird-right-now/
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"did you write a letter to every Chris in Hollwood?!" XD

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Fake News Isn’t Just a Problem for Facebook. It’s Also a Solution! https://nym.ag/2DDdeiD
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Apple's profit margin on the iPhone has fallen from a peak of 74% to 60% over the years - A chart published by The Information, based on data computed by TechInsights, reveals something interesting in terms of how Apple has priced the iPhone over the years. Even though the Apple iPhone X made news last year as the first handset to be priced at $1,000, iPhone profit margins have actually been declining after peaking with 2009's iPhone 3GS. Apple has been adding more technology and higher qua...
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"This year the shower of shooting stars is expected to peak late Saturday night and into Sunday morning.
Always occurring in mid-November, an average of about 15 meteors per hour streak across the night sky during the shower's yearly peak, according to NASA.
The cascade will be competing with a waxing gibbous moon, so the best time to watch is after the moon has set but before dawn."
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Here comes Nokia 5.1 Plus to Pakistan with advanced gaming and AI features....
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Dogs can sense if someone is untrustworthy, according to science
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"Male songbirds that had better early life conditions as nestlings sing more often and produce more complex songs as adults, according to a study by Lucy Magoolagan from Lancaster University, publishing November 14 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE.

Female songbirds are thought to judge a male's quality based on his skill at singing. The brain's song system develops during the nestling and fledgling period, so stress during this time, such as a lack food, might impair an adult's singing prowess—an idea known as the "developmental stress hypothesis". To test this hypothesis, the researchers monitored 18 nestlings in a long-term study population of wild white-throated dippers (Cinclus cinclus) living around the River Lune in Cumbria. They recorded brood size, the number of feeding visits by the parents and measured the nestlings' condition at 9 days old, and then returned to record the birds' song as adults.

They found that dippers that were healthier at 9 days old sang songs with more unique 'syllables' as adults, a measure of their singing repertoire. Nestlings that were fed more frequently also sang more often in adulthood. This is the first evidence from wild populations that food limitations during early life can influence song frequency and singing repertoire in adult birds, and supports previous experimental studies on captive European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris), zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata), swamp sparrows (Melospiza georgiana), and song sparrows (Melospiza melodia)".

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