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I sorta wonder how they figured out this works... did they try various different shield materials and went with the one where the soldiers returned? Does it work if you wear fashion it into armor?
Probably a good idea to embrace this. By the way, I only just found out that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is essentially opposed to nuclear power. He points out that there's a strong 'trying to find the guy who did this' energy.
Paxlovid is amazing, it's so confusing to see it sitting on shelves after it performed ridiculously well and was approved for use.
Here's an article with Cruise's response, no citation was issued, although no one confirmed that the issue was the headlights.
I'm surprised that they seem to be giving way on NATO. Without that it seems like they have no assurance that russia won't try this all again. Also, Crimea really seems like a lost cause, but what do I know.
These are the same gifts that Trump simply took with him to Mar-a-Lago when he left office. Ethics expert in the article says "by failing to disclose the gifts, the Trump White House violated the foreign emoluments clause of the Constitution". Seems more clear cut than the whole thing with the hotel in DC.
This would be a great deal at twice the price, I wonder if we can actually get a significant portion of the way into prototype vaccines for that price tag though.