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You can't discover light by analyzing the dark.

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For more black&white images from around the world please check my website: https://www.bjornkleemann.com/cityscapes-in-black-and-white
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Hello +Sundar Pichai,
According to this Gplus had 111 million active users in August. That wasn’t enough to keep it alive, even as a potential subscription service???

+Robert Wallis +Greg Batmarx
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According to an initial report from the Russian space agency, the blame lies with one of the rocket’s four first stage boosters.
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Oct 16th 2018, Paris
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Step inside and the unique decor proves it: this is no ordinary home.
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Gambling

Just so ya'all know, I worked out the stock market, you know that magic formula that determines what stuffs gonna do etc, forget that ;) i have it sussed. Come and see me when you want do some short trading or whatever the hell that is and I'll guarantee some good times. :)
Ya see, the moment I go and buy some stocks, it's guaranteed to drop, you know like, instantly, like the day I buy it where its all heading up, the ass starts to fall immediately ;)

So here's a picture, the hills are like stock performance up and down in a cloud of mystery, akin to gambling i say ;)

I really love this shot, but laziness kinda ruined it, its a large pano image but rather than fix the focus at one point for all the shots (really should when using a long focal length) I let the camera pick off the focus which meant for some shots it focused on the hills and some for the foreground and tree, the real kicker is that it sticks out like a big ass stock drop near the tree where one side is focused on the tree and the other somewhere out yonder..Well i still like it, those hills shrouded in the rolling rain reminded me of somewhere in the Hobbit and NZ, not somewhere outside Canberra :)

So, zoom and you can see the failures :)
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Amazing Timelapse video of clouds in the sky....
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Ginza, Tokyo, Japan
#TokyoReflection
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Apple might have popularized gestures, but are Google's better? #Features #Android9Pie #Apple
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Missed Opportunities
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Great show, they cover the Google+ breach that wasn't a breach and compare it to the Facebook breach that definitely was a breach. #pixelated

https://youtu.be/ps6TOm9eOwo
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The way OEMs ship Android on devices in Europe will be quite different going forward, as Google explained today. #News #Android #EuropeanCommission
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"When astrophysicists look at the gamma-ray glow from a galaxy outside our own, all they typically see is a small spot because the galaxy is extremely far away. So, when a galaxy appears as an extended blob, something extraordinary must be going on that could help researchers better understand the properties of deep space.

Now, scientists, including researchers from the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, have compiled the most detailed catalog of such blobs using eight years of data collected with the Large Area Telescope (LAT) on NASA's Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope. The blobs, including 19 gamma-ray sources that weren't known to be extended before, provide crucial information on how stars are born, how they die, and how galaxies spew out matter trillions of miles into space.

Intriguingly, though, it was the cosmic regions where they didn't find blobs that shed new light on two particularly mysterious ingredients of the universe: dark matter – an invisible form of matter six times more prevalent than regular matter – and the magnetic field that pervades the space between galaxies and whose origin is unknown.

"These data are very exciting because they allow us to study some of the most fundamental processes in the universe, and they could potentially lead us to discover completely new physics," says NASA scientist Regina Caputo, one of the leaders of the recent study by the international Fermi-LAT collaboration, which was published in the Astrophysical Journal".

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Discord’s game store is open to everyone https://engt.co/2yIWyBl
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You might have seen a bright, white-purple ribbon weaving up into the sky, unlike anything you had ever seen before. Could it be lighting? Fireworks? Maybe a spaceship finally bringing the first wave of envoys from the nearest habitable planet?

https://rxscience.org/mystery-of-purple-lights-in-sky-solved-by-astronomers/
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Sony says it fixed message bug that crashed PS4s https://engt.co/2yIluJ9
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Why Google’s Pixel phones matter
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