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Watch Movie Don’t Kill It (2017)


Quality : HD
Title : Don’t Kill It
Release : 2017-03-03
Genre : Fantasy, Horror min.
Stars : Dolph Lundgren, James Chalke, Kristina Klebe, Billy Slaughter, Miles Doleac, Elissa Dowling, Michael Aaron Milligan

The film follows demon hunter Jebediah Huntley, who teams up with an FBI agent to battle a supernatural force in the southern state of Mississippi.

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Science Shorts 20100616

Life-like image of the Hundsheim rhinoOutliving the Ice Age: Tale of a Rhinoceros (ScienceDaily) >
Species extinction is a fundamental part of evolution: the best adapted species survives, while others die out. A new study shows why, after 800,000 years of successful survival, a species of rhinoceros suddenly disappeared.

Sharper than Hubble: Large Binocular Telescope achieves major breakthrough (PhysOrg)
The next generation of adaptive optics has arrived at the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) in Arizona, providing astronomers with a new level of image sharpness never before seen. Developed in a collaboration between Italy`s Arcetri Observatory of the Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (INAF) and the University of Arizona`s Steward Observatory, this technology represents a remarkable step forward for astronomy.

Insomniacs have different brains, researcher says (ScienceDaily)
The brains of older adults with chronic sleep problems look different from those of adults who have enjoyed enough sleep. Yet the older adults function well despite their lack of sleep. They switch to a continuous form of mild stress, as a result of which they sometimes even perform better than contemporaries who enjoy a good night’s sleep, according to a Dutch researcher.

Experience shapes the brain’s circuitry throughout adulthood (EurekAlert!)
The adult brain, long considered to be fixed in its wiring, is in fact remarkably dynamic. Neuroscientists once thought that the brain’s wiring was fixed early in life, during a critical period beyond which changes were impossible. Recent discoveries have challenged that view, and now, research by scientists at Rockefeller University suggests that circuits in the adult brain are continually modified by experience.

Massive black holes ‘switched on’ by galaxy collision (PhysOrg)
The centre of most galaxies harbours a massive black hole. Our Milky Way galaxy is one of these – the exotic object there however is reasonably calm, unlike some super-massive gravity monsters in other galaxies. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics and other institutions around the world have now analysed 199 of these galaxies and discovered what makes the black holes at the galaxy centres become active: The black holes were “switched on” some 700 million years ago after major galaxy merger events.

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Science Shorts 20100607

Gravity-like theories give insight into the strong force (PhysOrg)
A new computation of the constant that describes the strength of the force between the quarks in a proton may help theorists tackle one of the most challenging problems of physics: analytically solving the theory of QCD and determining its coupling strength at large distances.

The image shows Bicolor cleaner fish cleaning inside the gills of Monocle Bream. Copyright Joseph Fenton.Cleaner fish respond to the shadow of the future (w/ Video, PhysOrg) >
Tropical fish alter their behaviour with an eye to the future, researchers at Cambridge have found. This is the first time such behaviour has been seen in any animals except humans.

Parkinson’s drug offers insight into helping cocaine users kick habit (PhysOrg)
Medication that increases levels of the brain chemical dopamine could open up new ways for helping some heavy users of cocaine and amphetamines kick the habit, researchers from Cambridge have found.

Follow the (Robotic) Leader (w/ Video, PhysOrg)
Artificial intelligence? Done. Artificial leadership? Its origins may well be in the fish tanks and the algorithms in Maurizio Porfiri`s Brooklyn laboratories at Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly). Here the assistant professor of mechanical engineering, best known for modeling advanced smart materials, is using those materials, plus a lot of mathematics and his love for animals and science fiction, to build robots that lead schooling fish.

Survey reveals many thousands of supermassive black holes (PhysOrg)
An international team of scientists, led by Penn State Distinguished Professor Donald Schneider, has announced its completion of a massive census in which they identified the quasars in one quarter of the sky.

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