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A quotation from “SHMAGIC” by Henry Lion Oldie:
“...the spirit of the wizard rose up to the Highest Empyreans.
“Hope you have a great soaring, Sir!” Flying by and bowing to malefic, the Wild Angel continued his flight, complaining to the female shadow about loneliness and a courier’s life. The shadow clang to the lady-killer and made itself comfortable in the angel’s claws. Musculus wished to the angel that all his wishes may come true, and after that he started on the detailed manalysis, spectroanalysis, reduction, titration…After twenty minutes, his spirit came back to the body, groaning from shame.”

“ShMagic” is an ironic adventure fantasy novel by Henry Lion Oldie.
“ShMagic” on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/SHMAGIC-Henry-Lion-Oldie-ebook/dp/B00HS8YXX2/ref=la_B009J5Y86O_1_13?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1397315905&sr=1-13
“ShMagic” on Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/396326
Book trailer to “ShMagic”: https://youtu.be/DG_QwM0jem8
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(142) Nasa's Juno probe films Jupiter's storms - YouTube

'...Nasa's Juno craft has captured the chaotic weather systems on Jupiter as well as taken new measurements that will help to build a map of the planet's interior. The $1.1bn probe entered into an orbit pattern in July 2016 on a mission to peer through the clouds that shroud Jupiter and learn how the planet, and ultimately all the planets in our solar system were formed around the nascent sun 4.5bn years ago...'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuD3stEgQ4c

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The next year is held in Chile of COP conference!.Step up! Badman Nishioka/rainforest action group/Osaka
Report write,,,14th Dec. By the texts still circulating on Friday, they had succeeded in watering down the wording to a mere “noting” of the report. The difference may seem small, but the stronger wording would have allowed eager countries to force debates and possibly future resolutions on how to incorporate those stark scientific warnings into action. Global warming should be called global heating, says key scientist.
The EU, the UK, New Zealand, Canada and more than 50 developing countries were in opposition, resolving to focus on a 1.5C limit for their own ambitions on cutting emissions.

On Friday night, sticking points still remained over how countries should report on and account for their greenhouse gas emissions, and there was little progress on persuading countries to make firm commitments to cut their emissions further than they have already promised. Part of the success of the Paris talks was based on the idea that countries would have taken further steps on emissions by now.

Finance for developing countries to help them cut emissions and adapt to the effects of climate change has also been largely overlooked at this year’s conference, though the World Bank pledged $200bn (£159bn) over five years as its contribution.
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Trump: Mick Mulvaney Will Serve as Acting Chief of Staff
Michelle Moons | 14 Dec 2018 | Breitbart -Washington, DC

President Donald Trump named Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney as acting White House Chief of Staff to replace outgoing General John Kelly on his Twitter account Friday evening.

Read More:
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/12/14/president-donald-trump-announces-mick-mulvaney-acting-chief-of-staff/
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Your eyes are complex organs that need many different vitamins and nutrients to function properly. Here are 9 key vitamins and nutrients that help maintain eye health.

http://www.howfitness.info/the-9-most-important-vitamins-for-eye-health/
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NBC to Explore the Paranormal With TV Adaptation of The Black Tapes Podcast https://nym.ag/2S0bqn9
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The sound recorded with InSight's sensors on December 1 comes from vibrations caused by wind that NASA estimates was blowing at about 10 to 15 mph (16 to 24 km/h).
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Perhaps this is a biological case for a bit of cognitive therapy in some circumstances.

How Teens Deal with Stress May Affect Immune System

" teens faced with chronic family stress have higher blood pressure and worse immune response to bacterial infections. However, those who used cognitive reappraisal had lower blood pressure, despite the pressures they faced."

https://neurosciencenews.com/teen-stress-immune-system-10336/
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symphony of the galaxy

● the galaxy is very big and infinite,
but are not you the same and much more?

Words and Composition: Peter Heaven

Instrumental music in its most beautiful way!

blue light orchestra ..... emotional harmonious instrumental music by Peter Heaven

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Apple Music is dropping its Connect social features
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Add these 13 foods that lower blood pressure and hypertension are high in magnesium, potassium, and  to cut your risk of stroke and heart attack nearly in half.

http://www.herbsmedicines.com/13-foods-good-for-high-blood-pressure/
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Philip Rivers has eight kids, and in the time it took to read that you should no longer be surprised that he and his wife are expecting a ninth. The Los Angeles Chargers quarterback is famously intense, and famously Catholic, writes Bruce Arthur.

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The Future of #Video #Advertising Is Artificial Intelligence ~ Entrepreneur:

#AI #Technology #ArtificialIntelligence
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George Papadopoulos, Coffee Boy Turned Ex-Con, Is Running for Congress http://vntyfr.com/f7puyd4
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Lenovo Yoga C630 review: Extreme battery life and LTE make this $800 laptop exceptional | Windows Central

'...The Lenovo Yoga C630 is the second Windows 10 PC to feature the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 processor (the other being the Samsung Galaxy Book2). Featuring a 13-inch full HD display and up to 8GB of RAM, what makes the Yoga C630 so intriguing is both its super-long battery life and its affordable price of around $800....'

https://www.windowscentral.com/lenovo-yoga-c630-review

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Traditional Recipe for #Children’s #Nutrition at School

The traditional Iranian medicine offers one of the best food patterns for school-age children who must follow a proper nutritional pattern to strengthen their memory and get the required energy for better learning.
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If we ever decide to colonize our nearest celestial companion, these quakes could prove to be quite a problem, so understanding them is crucial.

https://todaysintech.com/how-long-moonquakes-last-and-why-it-happens/
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After the collision, the crew had 23 minutes to seal off the damaged module before they ran out of air. Then, because Mir was tumbling, they had no solar power, and the batteries ran down:
"'For the first time I experienced a totally silent, still space station where there are no fans moving, there's no light on, nothing is alive. Just our breathing is causing any sound.' With Mir's out of control they couldn't keep the solar panels facing the sun. Everything has shut down." (Quoted from the video).
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See the links below especially the oral history with Michael Foale about the whole business of training and the mission:

Foale: But the Mir, having been hit by the Progress, set into a bit of a spin, and as a result, because the solar arrays weren't getting any energy and as a result of all the activities to isolate the leak, we hadn't turned off anything. We had used up all of the reserve energy in the batteries, and the batteries went flat pretty fast, and we went into a very severe power-down, so severe that in the night pass there was nothing alive. As we were on the dark side of the orbit, there was nothing on. This lasted for about thirty hours, I think. Yes, a day and a half, where when we came into sunlight occasionally would we get enough power on to a solar array that happened to be catching the sunlight at that moment, because we were still spinning, would we have enough power to talk to the ground and then try and recover. So that was a pretty hard time, because we got very tired. And that was the hardest time I ever had on the station, was that period, because we just got so tired. Of course, the commander's morale was pretty --he was just shot, stunned.

Foale: ... I wasn't going to get myself into this big personal punishment cycle where you punish yourself for not having achieved all those things they thought we could have achieved, because I just treated it as an experiment in people living in space, and I would just do my best-faith attempt in like the ten hours of the day that I was working, seriously, to try and do what I could. But once ten hours were over, I was going to go wash, I was going to exercise, and I was going to go to bed, and I was going to eat comfortably and talk to my crew members. I was not going to kill myself at the beginning of a four-and-a-half-month flight.

As a result, I was pretty comfortable with the crew. I liked the crew. I was spending time talking to them. Sometimes in the afternoon Sasha Lazutkin would find me and say, "Mike, you want to drink tea?" Because I told him I like to drink tea for a ten-minute break. "I want to talk to you guys during the day. I want to know what you're doing." So they would find me and we'd just drink tea. Then we'd go back to doing whatever we were doing. That was kind of the existence I had up to the collision.

Wright: You were explaining how you met for tea. You were all off in separate areas doing separate things, then got back together?

Foale: Yes. On the Mir, it's very easy to lose each other, where you don't know where the other people are, because it's not that the Mir is such a big space, it's because it's such a cluttered space. You're basically winding your way through, effectively, tunnels to go to one part of the station to another, so that equipment just isolates you from other parts of the station. So especially if you've done into one of the further storage areas, where there may be food boxes stored or space suits stored or just trash, if you have to get to the back of that module for some reason, then there's a whole bunch of stuff in front of you that is floating around and you can't even be seen from the node area on Mir.

So there will be times when I would suddenly pop out of my warren, you know, out of my hole, into the node, and Vasily would say, "Mike, have you seen Sasha? I haven't seen him all morning." I'd say, "No, I haven't seen him all morning." You know, we didn't know where Sasha was. Well, we knew he had to be on station. (laughter) But we didn't know where he was. So you could easily spend a day without talking to crew members, and that we considered, the Mir-23 crew and myself, not a good thing. So we made an effort to try and tag up, especially for lunch and often just for a ten-minute tea break, basically, in the base block.

The above from this transcript:
https://spaceflight.nasa.gov/history/shuttle-mir/people/oral-histories/foale.pdf

Via:
https://space.stackexchange.com/questions/32607/how-did-the-mir-crew-recover-from-the-power-outage-following-collision-with-prog

For more about the eventful Mir-23 mission, see also:
http://www.spacefacts.de/mir/english/mir-23.htm
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