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Lynette Young1,528,727Join Google+ tech and marketing expert (and small businessperson) +Lynette Young for a discussion on the unique and creative ways your solo or small business can take charge of your online brand and content without spending a lot of time or money. Lynette will be hosting a panel of small business owners to discuss the need-to-know items about why Google+ is _the_ place to start and grow your business online! *About the Book:* _"Google for Small Businesses" helps you target the specific tasks that’ll deliver the greatest and most immediate returns, and execute on a tiny (make that non-existent) budget, even if you have practically no technical expertise._ This book will help you discover how to: • listen, search, and scope out your Google+ environment • connect and network with Circles • create, teach, shorten sales cycles, and close business with Hangouts • collaborate on Pages to make your offerings even more valuable • build a winning business profile • use Events • leverage Google+ integration with Google Search • add value to your client’s day • attract qualified referralsBook Launch - Google+ for Small Businesses2012-12-12 19:00:00125  
Andrij “Andrew” Harasewych468,666On 2012 November 13/14, a total eclipse of the Sun is visible from within a narrow corridor that traverses Earth's southern Hemisphere. The path of the Moon's umbral shadow begins in northern Australia and crosses the South Pacific Ocean with on other no landfall. The Moon's penumbral shadow produces a partial eclipse visible from a much larger region covering Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific. For those traveling to Australia for the eclipse, please note that the eclipse occurs on the morning of Nov. 14 local time. For more information, including specific timezones and best countries to view from see NASA's website here: http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEmono/TSE2012/TSE2012.html #sciencesunday    #solareclipse   #eclipse   #NASA   @109783903175191665261 Total Solar Eclipse2012-11-13 23:00:00133  

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Spontaneous dust traps: Astronomers discover a missing link in planet formation http://go.newsfusion.com/science-news/item/4749649

Spontaneous dust traps: Astronomers discover a missing link in planet formation http://go.newsfusion.com/science-news/item/4749649___

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I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
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I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
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"Two vortex rings travelling along the same line can repeatedly leapfrog one another. [...] Leapfrogging works because of the mutual interaction of the flow fields of the two vortex rings. Their influence on one another causes the front vortex ring to slow down and widen while the trailing vortex narrows and speeds up. Once the vortices have switched places, the process repeats."

"Two vortex rings travelling along the same line can repeatedly leapfrog one another. [...] Leapfrogging works because of the mutual interaction of the flow fields of the two vortex rings. Their influence on one another causes the front vortex ring to slow down and widen while the trailing vortex narrows and speeds up. Once the vortices have switched places, the process repeats."___

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Google has launched a new experiment called A.I. Duet, which lets you get a response from a bot when you play notes on a virtual keyboard. #AndroidDevelopment #News #Google

Google has launched a new experiment called A.I. Duet, which lets you get a response from a bot when you play notes on a virtual keyboard. #AndroidDevelopment #News #Google___

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http://www.openculture.com/2013/02/the_genius_of_js_bachs_crab_canon_visualized_on_a_mobius_strip.html


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I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
http://go.newsfusion.com/science-news/item/4714671

I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
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A "russian doll" style Titan globe, presenting Titan as seen from space as well as hiding an inner albedo based globe as mapped by Cassini
https://twitter.com/planetforgium/status/830364761040707584

A "russian doll" style Titan globe, presenting Titan as seen from space as well as hiding an inner albedo based globe as mapped by Cassini
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I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
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I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
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I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
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I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
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Phys.org: Still no violation of Lorentz symmetry, despite strongest test yet. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwzfXYuTI

Phys.org: Still no violation of Lorentz symmetry, despite strongest test yet. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwzfXYuTI___

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Scientists spot MASSIVE object behind the Milky Way moving at 40 million mph

Astronomers have just found one of the MOST MASSIVE OBJECTS in the universe HIDING behind the Milky Way, moving at a speed of approximately 40 million miles-per-hour, or 18,000 kilometers per second.
Called the Vela SueprCluster, this newly found supermassive object is in fact a group of many galaxy clusters, and every one of them has hundreds or even thousands of galaxies.
“I could not believe such a major structure would pop up so prominently” after an observation of that region of space, said Renée Kraan-Korteweg, an astrophysicist at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, in a press release.
Kraan-Korteweg and the team behind the discovery published their finding in the Monthly Notices Letters of the Royal Astronomical Society (MNRASL).
The object is… freakishly MASSIVE and it’sbeen hid... more »

Scientists spot MASSIVE object behind the Milky Way moving at 40 million mph

Astronomers have just found one of the MOST MASSIVE OBJECTS in the universe HIDING behind the Milky Way, moving at a speed of approximately 40 million miles-per-hour, or 18,000 kilometers per second.
Called the Vela SueprCluster, this newly found supermassive object is in fact a group of many galaxy clusters, and every one of them has hundreds or even thousands of galaxies.
“I could not believe such a major structure would pop up so prominently” after an observation of that region of space, said Renée Kraan-Korteweg, an astrophysicist at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, in a press release.
Kraan-Korteweg and the team behind the discovery published their finding in the Monthly Notices Letters of the Royal Astronomical Society (MNRASL).
The object is… freakishly MASSIVE and it’s been hiding behind the Milky Way, so how the heck did we miss it for so long? Well, while it may be hard to believe that we’ve missed something that big, consider for a second our place in the universe and just how big it is.
The Milky Way galaxy alone is home to over 100 BILLION STARS, trillions of planets and incredible clouds of gas and dust.

While all of this is really cool and interesting, if you are an astronomer and are trying to see everything that’s located beyond those stars, planets, clouds of gas and dust, then all of this gets in your way.
In order to take a peek at what’s beyond there, Kraan-Korteweg and her colleagues used several telescopes: the newly refurbished South African Large Telescope near Cape Town, the Anglo-Australian Telescope near Sydney, and X-ray surveys of the galactic plane.
With combined data, scientists managed to calculate how fast each galaxy they saw above and below the galactic plane was moving away from Earth. Math revealed that they were in fact moving together, a telltale sign of lots of galaxies that could not be observed.
“It became obvious we were uncovering a massive network of galaxies, extending much further than we had ever expected,” Michelle Cluver, an astrophysicist at the University of the Western Cape, said in a release.
Scientists believe that the so-called Vela Supercluster is of similar size to the Shapley supercluster of roughly 8,600 galaxies, located some 650 million light years from Earth.
According to experts, the Vela supercluster is around 800 million light years away, and moving away from us at a speed of 40 million mph.___

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You can hear the chopstick keyboard alone about halfway in.

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The Dwarf Planet Ceres Has a Dark Secret http://gizmodo.com/the-dwarf-planet-ceres-has-a-dark-secret-1790151404

The Dwarf Planet Ceres Has a Dark Secret http://gizmodo.com/the-dwarf-planet-ceres-has-a-dark-secret-1790151404___

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Mark Applebaum: The mad scientist of music http://go.ted.com/YWDIgg

Mark Applebaum: The mad scientist of music http://go.ted.com/YWDIgg___

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Irish Examiner: Toying with putty leads to physics breakthrough for Irish physicist. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw5LyZ7jA

Irish Examiner: Toying with putty leads to physics breakthrough for Irish physicist. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw5LyZ7jA___

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"In an algae-eat-algae world, it's the single-celled photosynthetic organisms at the top (layer of the ocean) that absorb the most sunlight. Underneath, in the sublayers, are cryptophyte algae that must compete for photons that have filtered through the upper depths. The key to their survival, a study published on December 8 in Chem reveals, is the ability to more than triple how fast they capture light energy and funnel it through to molecules that convert it into food. The finding could generate new bio-inspired designs for light-harvesting systems.
Through experiments using ultrashort laser pulses, Princeton University researchers found that the surge in algal light capture results from how energy moves from one light-absorbing molecule to another. Over a course of nanoseconds, energy from light hops between thousands of molecules, and the exchange of energy from molecule to molecule can... more »

"In an algae-eat-algae world, it's the single-celled photosynthetic organisms at the top (layer of the ocean) that absorb the most sunlight. Underneath, in the sublayers, are cryptophyte algae that must compete for photons that have filtered through the upper depths. The key to their survival, a study published on December 8 in Chem reveals, is the ability to more than triple how fast they capture light energy and funnel it through to molecules that convert it into food. The finding could generate new bio-inspired designs for light-harvesting systems.
Through experiments using ultrashort laser pulses, Princeton University researchers found that the surge in algal light capture results from how energy moves from one light-absorbing molecule to another. Over a course of nanoseconds, energy from light hops between thousands of molecules, and the exchange of energy from molecule to molecule can cause the molecules to vibrate. The increase in vibrations as light begins to be absorbed by the cryptophyte algae sets off a chain reaction that allows additional light energy to be brought in at a faster rate. This enhancement was observed at temperatures the algae would experience in nature.
"Sunlight, even on a bright day, is a pretty weak source of photons—too weak to drive the enzyme chemistry in photosynthesis—so what cryptophyte algae do is cast a net out to catch more photons at a faster rate," says lead author Gregory Scholes, a professor of chemistry at Princeton. (Because the light they're getting is much weaker than that received by a plant on the earth, photon harvesting is much more important)."___

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We Just Found Out There Are 'Bees' in the Sea http://gizmodo.com/we-just-found-out-there-are-bees-in-the-sea-1789598152

We Just Found Out There Are 'Bees' in the Sea http://gizmodo.com/we-just-found-out-there-are-bees-in-the-sea-1789598152___

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WANT: Star Trek 50th Anniversary Tridimensional Chess Set https://www.geeksaresexy.net/2016/12/02/want-star-trek-50th-anniversary-tridimensional-chess-set/

WANT: Star Trek 50th Anniversary Tridimensional Chess Set https://www.geeksaresexy.net/2016/12/02/want-star-trek-50th-anniversary-tridimensional-chess-set/___

2016-12-02 18:23:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
http://go.newsfusion.com/science-news/item/4567129

I found an interesting article via Newsfusion Science News - I thought you might like it:
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