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My London eyes
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Trump is clamping down on White House protest. Be very afraid of what comes next


It hasn't gotten the attention it deserves — almost nothing does anymore — but since July 16, a colorful and boisterous protest has taken place every single night in front of Donald Trump's White House.
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This is the third shot of have of this tree on three separate trips - i'll get one when there is no snow one day, that will make a cool comparison.

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Who Is “The Timeless Child” on Doctor Who? http://vntyfr.com/lz0Aelu
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15 tips and tricks for Chrome on Android #news #google #chrome #tips #tricks
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9 tips and tricks to improve your google search efficiency #news #google #tips #tricks #tutorials
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The moment Sam Darnold saved Jets’ year and maybe Bowles’ job https://nyp.st/2yDyYGa
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How a Giants’ Eli Manning succession could shape up https://nyp.st/2CLpPQo
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NBC Belatedly Corrects Fake News Story on Trump and Robert E. Lee http://bit.ly/2QSdVHs via @BreitbartNews
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Xfce Screensaver 0.1.0 released and ready for testing, bug reports, patches, and translations! #Xfce

I am pleased to announce the release of Xfce Screensaver (xfce4-screensaver) 0.1.0! This is an early release targeted to testers and translators. Bugs and patches welcome!
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Kevin McCarthy: Soros, Bloomberg, Steyer ‘Trying to Buy our Government‘ http://bit.ly/2QNsnAj via @BreitbartNews
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Boston is 3-0 when Porcello pitches this postseason as the right-hander continues to exorcise his playoff demons.

https://nesn.com/2018/10/how-rick-porcello-has-flipped-script-to-become-red-soxs-best-playoff-pitcher/
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Top Supermodels On and Off the Red Carpet

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New Simulation Creates "Pulsar in a Box" | NASA Goddard
Scientists studying what amounts to a computer-simulated "pulsar in a box" are gaining a more detailed understanding of the complex, high-energy environment around spinning neutron stars, also called pulsars. The model traces the paths of charged particles in magnetic and electric fields near the neutron star, revealing behaviors that may help explain how pulsars emit gamma-ray and radio pulses with ultraprecise timing.

A pulsar is the crushed core of a massive star that exploded as a supernova. The core is so compressed that more mass than the Sun's squeezes into a ball no wider than Manhattan Island in New York City. This process also revvs up its rotation and strengthens its magnetic and electric fields.

Various physical processes ensure that most of the particles around a pulsar are either electrons or their antimatter counterparts, positrons. To trace the behavior and energies of these particles, the researchers used a comparatively new type of pulsar model called a "particle in cell" (PIC) simulation.

The PIC technique lets scientists explore the pulsar from first principles, starting with a spinning, magnetized neutron star. The computer code injects electrons and positrons at the pulsar's surface and tracks how they interact with the electric and magnetic fields. It's computationally intensive because the particle motions affect the fields and the fields affect the particles, and everything is moving near the speed of light.

The simulation shows that most of the electrons tend to race outward from the magnetic poles. Some medium-energy electrons scatter wildly, even heading back to the pulsar.

The positrons, on the other hand, mostly flow out at lower latitudes, forming a relatively thin structure called the current sheet. In fact, the highest-energy positrons here—less than 0.1 percent of the total—are capable of producing gamma rays similar to those detected by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, which has discovered 216 gamma-ray pulsars.

The simulation ran on the Discover supercomputer at NASA's Center for Climate Simulation at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and the Pleiades supercomputer at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, California. The model actually tracks "macroparticles," each of which represents many trillions of electrons or positrons.

Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
Music: "Reaching for the Horizon" and "Leaving Earth" from Killer Tracks
Duration: 2 minutes, 53 seconds
Release Date: October 10, 2018

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Iron Fist Fan Petition Implores Netflix to Bring Back Marvel Series
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