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  1. Promotes Healthy Estrogen Metabolism - ENHANCED ABSORPTION - PATENTED The Benefits of DIM-plus™ DIM-plus ™ contains diindolylmethane, a phytonutrient found in cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and kale. Unlike other plant nutrient such as soy isoflavones, diindolylmethane has unique hormonal benefits. It supports the activity of enzymes that improve estrogen metabolism. Scientific research shows diindolylmethane increases the level of "favorable" estrogens (2-hydroxy-estrogen) while reducing the level of "less favorable" estrogens (16-hydroxyestrogen) https://www.vitaminshoppe.com/p/nature-way-dim-plus-120-capsules/nw-7111
  2. First evidence of stars forming in a supermassive black hole could shed new light on how galaxies are born At the centre of most galaxies in the universe is a supermassive black hole Supermassive black holes are dense areas with extremely high masses Researchers discovered stars can form in the harsh 'winds' of black holes At the centre of most galaxies is a supermassive black hole, an incredibly dense area with a mass that can be billions of times that of the sun. And now researchers have discovered that stars can form within the harsh 'winds' of supermassive black holes. Researchers said their discovery could help us understand how galaxies evolve from scratch. Observations using ESO's Very Large Telescope have revealed stars forming within the powerful outflows of a supermassive black hole. Material is routinely blasted out from supermassive black holes, which make up the very core of galaxies. The telescope observations are the first confirmed observations of stars forming in this kind of extreme environment. A group of European astronomers used the MUSE and X-shooter instruments on the Very Large Telescope (VLT) at ESO's Paranal Observatory, Chile, to study an ongoing collision between two galaxies, known collectively as IRAS F23128-5919. The two galaxies lie around 600 million light-years from Earth. The group observed the colossal winds of material - or outflows - that originate from the supermassive black hole at the heart of the pair's southern galaxy. They found the first clear evidence that stars are being born within them. Such galactic outflows are driven by the huge energy output from the active and turbulent centres of galaxies. Supermassive black holes are known to engulf celestial material that stray too close to its centre. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4346886/Stars-born-supermassive-black-holes-spotted.html
  3. 5,000,000 MPH-------- 0.007455824656 Speed of light
  4. Just joking. lol 5 million miles per hour? How does that compare to the speed of light? Anyone know?
  5. She is the child of a famous rapper. But Eminem's daughter Hailie isn't following in her dad's footsteps to pursue a life of fame. The gorgeous 21-year-old is living a relatively normal life as a college student at Michigan State University. See PICS of her here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4353664/Eminem-s-daughter-Hailie-Scott-stuns-latest-Instagram.html
  6. The supermassive black hole, that can devour anything in its path, was spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope. It should be found at the centre of its galaxy, but, this image shows it being pushed around by gravitational waves. It will eventually break free from its galaxy and then roam the universe. Fortunately for us, it is currently eight billion light-years from Earth. It is the first time the suspected happening has been confirmed. http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/784515/Supermassive-black-hole-3C-186-galaxy-Hubble-NASA
  7. Anyone else been watching this? Harpursville, NY — There has been a significant mammary change in April the giraffe as she prepares to give birth, zookeepers at Animal Adventure Park said Monday morning, reports KDVR. “She is very relaxed, tail has been raising on and off for periods of time,” officials said. “We are getting there.” There was increased calf activity on Sunday night. The giraffe’s appetite remains strong and her demeanor is good. APRIL the giraffe's live cam is being watched by animal lovers around the world as she prepares to give birth to her baby at long last. LIVE CAM here http://wnep.com/2017/03/27/watch-live-we-are-getting-there-as-april-the-giraffe-nears-giving-birth/
  8. They took their pets because they have been neglecting them. Some people just are not meant to have pets. They get them because "they are sooo cute!" in the moment. Then they don't care for them anymore. What interests me is, you mentioned she is "gay". And????? Why is this relevant to an animal story? I think it is not about "pets" at all. I think you are attracted to this woman. You are looking for the "green light" from others that it is ok. More news at 11......
  9. Most church signs are rather mundane and feature the service times or quotes from the Bible. But some places of worship are attempting to lure in followers with witty and occasionally hilarious signs. The church signs currently doing the rounds on the web show that members of the clergy can certainly enjoy the odd joke. From pop culture references to witty word-play, these signs are guaranteed to have you laughing out loud. PICS HERE !!!!!!!-------- http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4332118/Witty-church-signs-laughing-loud.html
  10. Russia builds an 'unstoppable' 4,600mph cruise missile that could sink the Royal Navy's new £6bn aircraft carriers with a single strike Russia has constructed a Zircon hypersonic cruise missile, according to reports The weapon cannot be stopped by the Navy's current defenses, experts say Zircon could render Navy's two new £6.2billion aircraft carriers useless Missile is being tested and could be fitted to Russian cruisers by 2022 Russia has built a hypersonic missile capable of destroying an aircraft carrier with a single impact, it has been reported. Kremlin chiefs claim to have constructed a Zircon cruise missile which travels between 3,800mph and 4,600mph - five to six times the speed of sound. Experts warn the 'unstoppable' projectiles could spell disaster for the Navy's new £6.2billion aircraft carriers, the HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales. DAMN !!!! rest here....... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4350360/Russia-develops-unstoppable-4-600mph-cruise-missile.html
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