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10 hidden Google Chrome features you didn’t know existed #google #chrome #tips #tricks
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Free societies face emerging, existential threats from technology https://tcrn.ch/2EM4Dvt
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Daredevil Recap: Matt Lets the Devil Out https://nym.ag/2EIT0oG
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Two Newly Found Asteroids Just Flew Past Earth Closer than the Moon

Once again, the region between the Earth and the moon has been busy. Not only one but 2 small asteroids passed incredibly close to our planet over the last 48 hours.

What's more interesting, the first one was discovered one day after it flew past Earth, and the second asteroid was discovered about 90 minutes before its closest approach.

Astronomers from the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey (CSS) near Tucson, Arizona, were first spotted the space rocks.

Asteroid 2018 UA
A newly discovered asteroid designated 2018 UA flew past Earth at a very close distance of about 0.04 LD (15,360 km - 9,544 miles) above Earth's surface. This is the closest known asteroid to flyby Earth since the start of the year and 4th closest on record.
https://watchers.news/2018/10/19/asteroid-zu1ce50-flyby-earth/
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=2018%20UA&orb=1

Asteroid 2018 UL
2018 UL flew past Earth at 0.57 LD (221,404 km - 137,574 miles) on October 17, 2018. This is the 57th known asteroid to fly by Earth within 1 lunar distance since the start of the year and 4th this month.
https://watchers.news/2018/10/19/asteroid-2018-ul/
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=2018%20UL
http://spaceweather.com/

Clips, images credit: NASA/JPL

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"Spirituality in general, is the physics we havn't understood yet"
~ Nassim Haramein

Great 26,000yr galactic speedy spiral sun cycle graphics.

#Time
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The Patriots will face a stiff challenge tomorrow in Chicago.
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Google Pixel 3 - Unboxing and Review!
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These tiny Archaea have fully functional CRISPR systems made of half-size proteins. Biotech/biomed potential, of course!

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Pete Davidson still has hope for relationship with Ariana Grande https://nyp.st/2ExeCnV
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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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The moon no longer has a magnetic field, but NASA scientists are publishing new research that shows heat from crystallization of the lunar core may have driven its now-defunct magnetic field some 3 billion years ago.

https://rxscience.org/nasa-confirms-the-formation-of-magnetic-field-due-to-dynamo-at-lunar-core/
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“My 8 year old watched the Back to the Future movies for the first time and would like to know if, as Doc Brown suggests, the creation of a temporal paradox could unravel the space-time continuum and destroy the entire universe?”

Whenever someone attempts to travel back in time in any science-fiction setting, they’re always warned against messing with the timeline and making drastic changes. The reason? If you alter the past, you have a chance of changing the present in some dramatic ways, potentially in ways that would even prevent your own existence, or the possibility of events that have already occurred. But that’s normally the entire motivation for traveling back in time, from 12 Monkeys to Terminator to Back to the Future. Yet there might be not just one, but two possible ways out. Traveling back in time and changing the past may or may not be physically possible, but if it is, it might lead to a new present that’s just fine in terms of the Universe’s stability, no matter what it is you do.

What are the problems, and potential solutions, to traveling back in time and altering the past? Find out today!
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Genes, hormonal imbalances, and even viruses are now acknowledged to play a role in obesity. Eating less and working out more, in fact, don’t have nearly as much to do with weight loss as you might assume...
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