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These mating flies have been doing evil for 41 million years – BGR

Mating flies frozen in time have been found wrapped in amber for the past 41 million years. The flies, still mating, were swallowed up by tree sap, which then hardened to protective amber, which preserved them and allowed paleontologists to examine them. The flies are only part of a new collection of amber-colored insects and arachnids found in places from …

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Patriot’s plane flies 1.7 million masks to the U.S. – Jemele Hill responds by blowing up Robert Kraft for Trump’s support

Former ESPN presenter Jemele Hill has proven once again that she can’t miss the opportunity to criticize President Donald Trump when she responded to news that Robert Kraft masks were flying to the US by being the patriot owner for criticized the president’s support. What are the details? On Thursday, the Boston Globe reported that “the Kraft family had dispatched …

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These flies have been trapped in the bone zone for 41 million years

Mating flies found in 41 million year old amber. image:: Jeffrey Stilwell A pair of long-legged flies met Romeo and Juliet About 41 million years ago, when a falling drop of tree resin ruined her tender moment. On the plus side, her disturbed act of Fornication has been preserved forever in this pornographic piece of amber. Prehistoric spiders, ants, mosquitoes …

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The New England Patriots team plane flies 1.2 million N95 masks from China to alleviate the lack of corona viruses

Charlie Baker, governor of Massachusetts tweeted a photo of the loaded plane with the personal protective equipment that he said would go to government health workers on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis. According to one source, Baker is extremely frustrated that the federal government has outbid him for deliveries to Massachusetts. He worked with Robert Kraft, the owner …

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“Top Gun Maverick” flies for Christmas, “Quiet Place II” for the debut Labor Day: Coronavirus – Deadline

Paramount has just made some changes to the release date because the coronavirus climate is unpredictable. The long awaited sequel to Tom Cruise Skydance Top Gun Maverick now runs on Wednesday, December 23rd instead of June 24th. This will advance the Chris Pratt sci-fi skydance film. The morning war, on an unspecified date. The new date for Top Gun Maverick …

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The Atlas V rocket flies from Cape Canaveral on the first Space Force mission

CONCLUDE A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket will launch on Thursday, March 26, 2020, from Cape Canaveral with the Space Force’s first mission, the military satellite AEHF-6. Florida today A first-class Atlas V rocket jumped off its Cape Canaveral pad on Thursday afternoon, taking the first official mission of the newly formed U.S. Space Force with it. With a …

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The southwest flies 38 jets for which there is no final safety clearance

* FAA official on 24 October recommended landing of Southwest jets without adequate maintenance records * FAA official made recommendation to the head of agency in a memo published Monday by Senate Trade Committee [19659003] Southwest failed to certify to FAA or passengers that aircraft meet safety standards Were properly checked before some necessary maintenance documents were translated into English. …

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Death Stranding Had Stronger Criticism in the US, Possibly Because It Flies Above Shooters

Kojima Productions has released KONAMI. Death Stranding officially released two days ago on PlayStation 4, with a PC version scheduled for next summer. Tgcom24 published on the release day, Hideo Kojima had the opportunity to discuss the early reception of critics. While the average score was quite high, there were some low scores as well, coming mostly from US publications. …

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The scary Halloween asteroid flies past one of the next fast misses ever seen

This NASA illustration shows an asteroid during an approach. NASA Even Space Rocks cause panic on Halloween, just like your favorite horror movie. A near-Earth asteroid currently identified as C0PPEV1 was discovered early Thursday morning by Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona, and shortly thereafter by the Magdalena Ridge Observatory in New Mexico and Mt. Arizona. Lemmon Steward Observatory. According to …

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