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Union Cabinet chaired by Modi approves ratification of Paris Agreement

There "is no hope of us stabilizing" at that temperature because the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere already commits the world to hitting that mark, Watson said . Average global temperature rises could hit the symbolic 2C threshold as soon as 2050 even if all national Paris climate pledges are fully implemented, seven of the world's top climate scientists have warned.

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Cassini data reveal subsurface ocean on Saturn's moon Dione

Data from the spacecraft showed Enceladus was experiencing gravity fluctuations that caused a unusual wobbling motion as it orbited Saturn, according to the Royal Observatory of Belgium . Dione's thick crust likely makes for subtle shifts. On the contrary, Dione possesses a deeper global ocean underneath its crust near its core. Though Cassini's sensors aren't sensitive enough to measure it, astronomers say Dione likely oscillates like Enceladus.

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Wasteland 3 FIG campaign is now live, first trailer now available

Simultaneously releasing to Windows, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. InXile Entertainment's Wasteland 3 started its crowd-funding campaign on Fig less than 24 hours ago and the project has already garnered $1,888,125 with a goal of $2,750,000 courtesy of 8,770 backers.

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The Vice Presidential Debate Got Half as Many Viewers as Trump-Clinton

A combative Kaine challenged Pence to defend Trump as the unflappable governor blamed Clinton for security crises. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence appeared in the only vice presidential debate of the season. Political pundits will debate both candidates' performances in the next few days, it will be interesting to see whether Pence's performance will stand up to scrutiny.

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Locals surprised by Kaine's 'aggressive' VP debate performance

At Tuesday night's televised debate, Democratic opponent Tim Kaine recalled Trump's June 2015 presidential campaign launch, at which the NY businessman accused Mexico of sending criminals to live in the United States, angering Mexicans and Mexican-Americans.

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Nobel Laureates Take Chemistry To The Next Level With 'World's Smallest Machines'

Britain's remarkable stranglehold on the highest honours in science tightened yesterday as a Midlothian farmer's son won the Nobel prize in chemistry for his work on machines fashioned from individual molecules. His group later built a tiny elevator-like machine and an artificial muscle. The scanning tunnelling microscope was loaned from EMPA's headquarters in Dübendorf, on the outskirts of Zurich, to the University of Groningen, in the Netherlands, where Feringa was conducting his research.

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Blue Jays Promise Tougher Security, Alcohol Policies

As Kim settled under a fly ball off the bat of Melvin Upton Jr., the can sailed past him and landed on the turf. After the incident, Kim appeared to stare into the stands in disbelief while center fielder Adam Jones came over and yelled angrily into the crowd.

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Google Gets Back into the Smartphone Game with Game Changing Device

The Pixel has Google Assistant built into its software , the firm's AI program that is created to understand context and help with tasks. During a press event Tuesday, Google executives showed off a series of gadgets in rapid succession.

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Philippine President Tells Obama To Go To Hell

PHILIPPINE leader Rodrigo Duterte has told US President Barack Obama to " go to hell " and warned he will at some point "break up with America". In his latest salvo, Duterte said he had lost respect for the United States and railed at its concerns about his bloody war on drugs, calling his critics "fools" who could not stop him carrying out a campaign that has killed more than 3 ,400 people in just over three months.

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Poll shows majority in Philippines satisfied with Duterte

Telling Obama to " go to hell " is totally unacceptable. "Foreign leaders who have concerns regarding the processes in the Philippines would best serve their goal by addressing it through the proper diplomatic channels instead of voicing it over media", Presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella said in a Palace press briefing.

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Best Pixel and Pixel XL cases: Protect your new Google phone

Apple has long designed both iPhone hardware and the iOS operating-system software that runs on it. The first and most obvious choice is the Google Store . Larger, more expensive streaming devices such as the $100 Amazon Fire TV already do that. Chromecast Ultra is available at a price of $69. Google envisions that people will want multiple Home speakers in their house, one for each major room.

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Galaxy Note 7 ignores 'No Smoking' signs on plane

The owner (Brian Green) stated he had powered down the phone as requested by the flight crew and put it in his pocket when it began smoking. Southwest told The Reg that the aircraft is temporarily out of service for a thorough inspection, although initial reports indicate it suffered minimal damage - burns to the carpet and the underlying material, we understand.

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Pence Won the Debate but Declined to Defend Trump

Still, the three words were enough to rekindle the perception that Trump and Pence are running a campaign fueled off of hateful rhetoric and divisiveness. Pence said recent debates about police use of force in the United States have "got to stop" because the discussion of "implicit bias" paints all law enforcement offices with "a broad brush".

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Taxpayers Federation billboards urge Alberta to scrap carbon tax

Trudeau's unilateral announcement in the House of Commons prompted Saskatchewan Premier, Brad Wall, to label the decision as a "betrayal" of the co-operative approach the Prime Minister had promised and that the tax would devastate his province's economy.

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Federal carbon price plan sparks fears among five Canadian industries

Mathew Wilson, senior vice-president with the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, says his members most worry that new carbon prices will create a competitive edge for other jurisdictions that don't play by the same rules. If Mr. Wall doesn't want Ottawa to impose a climate change plan on his province, he needs to show more leadership by coming up with a "made in Saskatchewan solution", as he's wont to boast.

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Philippine bishops' leader 'in endless grief' over drug war

Mr Duterte said in speeches in Manila on Tuesday (Oct 4) that the USA did not want to sell missiles and other weapons to the Philippines, but Russian Federation and China had told him they could provide them easily. American investors have already expressed concern over drug-related killings under the Duterte administration. I sent the generals to Russian Federation and Russia said "do not worry we have everything you need, we'll give it to you".

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Trio win Nobel Chemistry Prize for tiny molecular machines

The three new laureates worked further on it by making those machines more controllable and useful. Officials at the University of Strasbourg, where Sauvage is a professor emeritus in the Institute of Science and Supramolecular Engineering, were overwhelmed and honored by the news, and said they were trying to reach him to celebrate his victory.

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Samsung: 500000 Note7 replacements now in U.S. for exchange

Authorities say that includes 1m in the US. Still, usage among those who own the phone had remained the same since the day of the recall as of September 13, according to data from Apteligent . While speaking with reporters, Kaye appeared to blast Samsung for not coordinating with his agency. You can find out more information about how to exchange your Galaxy Note 7 for a new one over at Samsung at the link below.

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Plane evacuated after Samsung smartphone starts smoking

Those phones have a green battery icon. And the owner says he already replaced his phone after the recall of Note 7 phones for the same issue. Samsung recalled the Galaxy Note 7 last month after reports of overheating lithium batteries causing phones to smoke and catch fire.

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Mets lose 3-0 to Giants in season-ending wild-card game

The other went to the Giants , who squandered a healthy lead in the National League West. And after winning World Series titles in 2010, '12 and '14, the Giants want to extend their pattern of even-year championships with another run through October .

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Paris climate deal clears last hurdle as European Union gives OK

In the presence of U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, the lawmakers voted Tuesday by 610 to 38 with 31 abstentions for the 28 European Union nations to simultaneously ratify the agreement to limit global warming. Throughout much of 2016, world leaders have pushed to bring the Paris agreement into force as early as possible, with the United States and China leading the drive.

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Rocket from Gaza Strip hits Israeli border town

The Israeli Navy abducted 13 women, including NZ Green Party MP, Marama Davidson and the Zionist regime has also sent a message of intimidation by carrying out more than 25 bombing raids near Gaza City. The statement added that Israel remained committed to a "solution of two states for two peoples". Israel and Egypt imposed a blockade on Gaza after Hamas seized power in 2007.

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Waukegan School Officials Not Laughing About 'Fabricated' Clown Story

Police searched the area, but found nothing. These incidents are deliberate acts to cause a disturbance in the community, as opposed to children dressing up in costumes for fun, according to the release. Social media discussions about the clown sightings include people talking about using their concealed carry permits if they encounter a clown themselves.

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Google's new household gadget is all about search

And the reason neither company makes this easy to do is that the real point of these devices is to try and convince users to sign up to and use the music service of the company that built them-whether it's Amazon or Google-and by extension lock them into its other services as well.

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Google Pixel vs Apple iPhone 7: the weigh

Google has unveiled its Pixel smartphone, the long-rumoured replacement for Nexus , the company's previous flagship Android device line, which it has been producing since 2010. But it's putting more emphasis on hardware as it competes for consumers' attention with other leading tech firms. While it is normal for Nexus devices including Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X , Nexus 6, and Nexus 9 to lead the way when it comes to receiving these monthly updates, this month saw the BlackBerry Priv receive the ...

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Google rolls out its first ever smartphone

This included Google WiFi , a new system of small WiFi receivers placed around a home to build a network that will improve signal, the internet company said. KitGuru Says: Mobile VR has wider potential for mass adoption compared to something like the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift. Daydream is still a new platform and comes with a remote controller.

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Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHK) Shares are Down -5.43%

The stock volatility for week was 7.01% while for month was 6.23%.The stock, as of last close, traded 318.00% to its 52 week low and was changed -34.35% from its 52 week high. 03 October 2016 - Duke Energy has accomplished its acquisition of Piedmont Natural Gas, closing the transaction effective recently. The shares were bought at an average price of $5.59 per share, with a total value of $279,500.00.

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Attack On Aleppo Aid Convoy Was Airstrike

Bassma Kodmani of the High Negotiations Committee, a key player in United Nations -mediated peace talks that stalled in April, says "a large city like this can not fall easily", citing Homs to the south, which government forces took months to recapture.

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Thane: 70 held, 600 booked for cheating United States nationals

Those arrested during the raids conducted on Tuesday would be produced in the court on Thursday. Their employees posed as officials from the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) and blackmailed American citizens citing tax irregularities. These victims were asked to purchase cash cards of iTunes, Walmart, Target and other such stores and they had to reveal the 16-digit code on the cards which was relayed to the caller's counterpart in America who used to credit the amount in his account.

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Northwestern University chemistry professor wins Nobel Prize

Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, said: 'I warmly congratulate Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. "I have won many prizes, but the Nobel Prize is something very special", he said. In fact, beginning in the 1950s physicist Richard Feynman gave lectures about the field's potential.

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New hardware revealed: Google takes on rivals with Pixel phone

The tagline, Made by Google , very cleverly reminds the other Android manufacturers that a tough competition is coming up. "The Pixel phones are clearly being positioned as peers to the iPhone ". Google claims that the smartphone's 12.3 megapixel camera is "the highest-rated smartphone camera anyone has ever made ", but no one has been able to put it to the test yet.

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Multiple communities evacuating as Hurricane Matthew moves closer

Mourad Wahba, the UN Secretary-General's Deputy Special Representative for Haiti, described Matthew as the "largest humanitarian event" since the natural disaster. "Much of the population is displaced and communication systems are down", Wahba said. People raced to supermarkets, gas stations and hardware stores, buying up groceries, water, plywood, tarps, batteries and propane.

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Google tries to get ahead with new line of phones and gadgets

The device is the first smartphone with built-in Google Assistant , and is part of a major drive to make artificial intelligence span all kinds of Internet-linked devices. The phone comes in two sizes, and its high-end camera is one of few distinguishing features, analysts said. This move by Google is definitely one to clash swords with Apple as they even went as far as referencing the iPhone while onstage.

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Jets' Marshall: Giants should keep Beckham bashing in-house

When cameras caught Beckham throwing his helmet at the kicking net, people thought he was losing control again. Eli Manning did not throw a pass his way until the second quarter. Within Kevin Gilbride's vertical offense, Manning's deep ball was showcased. "It gives you so many options". Fellow receivers Victor Cruz and Sterling Shepard were quiet, too, and Manning was erratic while finishing 25 for 45 for 261 yards.

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Hurricane threat wipes out final Web.com Tour Finals event

FedExCup Playoff qualifiers have priority over players advancing form the Web.com Tour until the first reshuffle of the 2016-17 season. The last time a Web.com Tour event was cancelled was 2005 when Hurricane Wilma was headed toward Florida and forced the Miccosukee Championship to be dropped.


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