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After all, Panthers & # 39; Cam Newton is now thinking about an operation

Before Carolina Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton was placed in an injured reserve, he solicited various comments from various experts. The visit to Dr. med. Robert Anderson at Green Bay sealed it – he would postpone the operation and try to rehabilitate and heal within a few weeks. However, this situation may have changed this week. Almost certainly, Newton is currently …

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New "fuzzy" dark matter simulations disrupt conventional thinking about the construction of the universe

Simulations of the formation of galaxies in cold, warm, and hazy (left to right) dark matter scenarios. Credit: Universities of Princeton, Sussex, Cambridge New research at the University of Sussex has for the first time simulated dark matter in a new way and disturbed conventional thinking about the composition of the universe. The study, published yesterday, October 2, 2019, in …

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Reporter's Notebook: Pelosi's thinking in impeachment inquiry explained

CAPITOL HILL – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plays interdimensional chess. Queen to Rook 5. Knight to King 3. Maneuvering a knee deep into enemy territory, ready to move in eight directions. But, some lawmakers were taken aback at Pelosi's move to fully impeach inquiry. "It's a colossal error," Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, of the push by House Democrats to impeach …

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Google has been thinking about a clock with a pinhole camera

A recently discovered patent suggests that Google experimented with the idea of ​​putting a camera slap-bang in the middle of the face of a smartwatch at some point in time. LetsGoDigital discovered the patent filed earlier this week in July 2017. The patent is simply titled "Camera Watch" and contains seven diagrams of the unpublished design. There was a time …

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Ask Amy: Boyfriend is thinking about engaging in marriage

LOVE AMY: Curt and I have been friends for about 15 years. I admire him as a great volunteer for a group we both belong to. He has a somewhat challenging personality (he may be self-centered and too talkative), but he is a nice guy and a good friend. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan / Chicago Tribune) I recently met …

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Paper wasps similar to logical thinking – ScienceDaily

A recent study from the University of Michigan provides the first evidence of transitive inference, the ability to use known relationships to close unknown relationships in an animal without a spine: the lower paper wasp. For thousands of years, transitive inference has been a hallmark of human deductive forces, a form of logical reasoning used for inferences: if A is …

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