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Well, at least one of them isn't clueless.

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The brain requires nutrients just like your heart, lungs or muscles do. But which foods are particularly important to keep our grey matter happy and healthy?

Here are 5 choices you can make today for better brain health.

http://health-zone.org/5-foods-to-eat-for-better-brain-health/

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Galaxy Note 9’s new TV commercial shows its key features use in everyday life
#Samsung #GalaxyNote9 #SamsungNote9

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You'll soon be able to access Google Tasks and Keep in Calendar and Docs. #News #GSuite #GoogleCalendar

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ICESat-2 Adds the Third Dimension to Earth | NASA
ICESat-2 will provide scientists with height measurements that create a global portrait of Earth's third dimension, gathering data that can precisely track changes of terrain including glaciers, sea ice, forests and more. The single instrument on ICESat-2 is ATLAS, the Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System, will measure melting ice sheets and investigate how this effects sea level rise, investigate changes in the mass of ice sheets and glaciers, estimate and study sea ice thickness, and measure the height of vegetation in forests and other ecosystems worldwide.

For more information about ICESat-2, visit:
www.nasa.gov/icesat-2 or http://icesat-2.gsfc.nasa.gov/

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Scientific Visualization Studio
Duration: 55 seconds
Release Date: August 22, 2018

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+Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
+United Nations - Climate Change ( UNFCCC )

#NASA #Space #Satellite #Science #Earth #Sea #Ice #Polar #Glaciers #Arctic #Ocean #Antarctica #Climate #ClimateChange #Environment #ICESat2 #Goddard #Greenbelt #Maryland #USA #UnitedStates #STEM #Education #HD #Video

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This latest release of Aspose.Words for #Java 18.8 contains over 86 useful new features, enhancements and bug fixes, such as #Java10 tested and supported now, support for #paragraph #alignment in #Omath when inserted using EQ fields, #LINQ #Reporting #Engine supports #nested #reports, Show Revisions in Balloons, New and updated Samples & Examples, improved #wrapping of #text around #floating #objects, improved calculation of position of floating #tables and shapes, Improved computing of pages numbers in continuous sections which have restart attribute and conflicting oddity, Fixed issue with rendering of lines inside of a field result when updated in truncated part of a cell, Improved #rendering of #math #operators in #MathML objects and many more. View complete release notes here: https://goo.gl/8zy2XR

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Get some of these into your diet. http://ow.ly/mN5E30lyq30

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A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in Australia has proposed that some neurological disorders might have their roots in evolutionary mistakes. In their paper published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, the group describes their ideas and possible paths of research moving forward.

https://todaysintech.com/are-neurological-disorders-the-result-of-brain-evolution-mistakes/

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The web is dark and full of -- literally 3 seconds of -- spoilers.

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#mma news Nate Diaz fires back at Bruce Buffer for recent comments “I Bow down to no one ever!”

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The detective, in this case, will be Academy Award winner, Mahershala Ali.

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🌕🌔🌓🌒🌑Total Solar Eclipse Shadow from a Balloon☀️🎈 Astronomy Photo of the Day~ 27 August 2018 🌞 Where were you during the Great American Eclipse of 2017? A year ago last week, over 100 million of people in North America went outside to see a partial eclipse of the Sun, while over ten million drove across part of the USA to see the Sun completely disappear behind the Moon -- a total solar eclipse. An estimated 88 percent of American adults saw the eclipse either personally or electronically. One of the better photographed events in human history, images from the eclipse included some unusual vistas, such as from balloons floating in the Earth's stratosphere. About fifty such robotic balloons were launched as part of NASA's Eclipse Ballooning project. Featured is a frame taken from a 360-degree panoramic video captured by one such balloon set aloft in Idaho by students from Brazil in conjunction with NASA and Montana State University. Pictured, the dark shadow of the Moon was seen crossing the Earth below. Although the total eclipse lasted less than three minutes, many who saw it may remember it for a lifetime. Many North Americans will get a another chance to experience a total solar eclipse in 2024.


🔹Image Credit: Kuaray Project, NASA Eclipse Ballooning Project, Brasilia Astronomy Club, Montana State U.
🔸A special thanks to APoD for the text as well!


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The first shipment figure for Galaxy Note 9 is 10 percent higher than that for Galaxy S9 #Samsung #GalaxyS9 #news #Note9

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Fly Like a Strong Blue Bird Dems!
Their fears are well deserved! 💙🎈

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John McCain’s New York roots ran deep https://nyp.st/2whAYn8

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Samsung teamed up with uBreakiFix to offer repairs for the Galaxy Note 9
#SamsungNews #GalaxyNote9

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A look back at some of our appearances! We love meeting all of our Redskins fans ❤️ #HTTR #WRCInTheCommunity

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: First Ladies of Football)
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