So about how I might be dressing is drag for my work soon… and it may mean shavin my beard off… stay tuned for details
Ok I MIGHT just have to get me a mosin. I know they’re cheap but good Damn are they just cool for some reason
WHAT ARE BIRDS
Hello yes! A Science Birb, here to explain the science!
Birb have VERY LARGE EYE in skull. Very good for seeing! But not space for muscle, birb cannot move eye. For mammal to make steady image, keep focus on single thing, always moving eye! Tiny movements, sometimes not even know. But birb cannot make tiny movements! So, birb must move whole head. And that is why the birb can keep steady the head when the body is amovering!
Thank you for listening to a science
That was the greatest scientific explanation I have ever read
All washed and waxed up for road trip to Cali tomorrow! #subiefest #subaru #wrx #subienation #chemicalguys #4amwillcometosoon
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Russian jets intercepted off Alaska
Last updated 6 hours ago
Russian MiG 29
Russian fighter jets were intercepted by Canadian and American planes on Wednesday
Six Russian fighter jets were intercepted by American and Canadian planes off the coast of Alaska on Wednesday, US defence officials have confirmed.
They entered what is known as the Air Defence Identification Zone (ADIZ), but did not enter US air space.
The planes, two of which were MiG 31 jets, left the area without incident.
Officials said this type of incident was not uncommon, and happens up to 10 times a year.
The ADIZ is a zone of airspace which extends out approximately 200 miles from the coastline and is mainly within international airspace.
US sovereign air space extends 12 nautical miles from land.
Two Alaskan-based F-22 fighter jets and two Canadian CF-18 fighter jets were scrambled to intercept the Russian planes in two separate incidents on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning.
Also on Wednesday, the Swedish Foreign Ministry said two Russian military aircraft had crossed into Swedish air space south of the Baltic Sea island of Oland.
The ministry called it a “serious violation”.
Sweden has said it has summoned the Russian ambassador over the incident.
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