Link25 (210) – World of Warcraft Demon God Edition
It’s the weekend and you know what that means…it’s time for internet debauchery. And as usual we are...
It’s the weekend and you know what that means…it’s time for internet debauchery. And as usual we are here to assist you in your indulgence with 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web. So whether you want to see the new snapshots of planet Jupiter or see the recently unleashed Lovecraftian demon god of World of Warcraft, Link25 (210) – World of Warcraft demon god edition is sure to have something for you.
Swirling clouds blanket Jupiter’s northern and southern poles in the first closeup images of the planet taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft. Such intimate views of Jupiter have never been seen before.
Juno snapped a shot of the gas giant’s northern side in an August 27 flyby, from a distance of 195,000 kilometers. The prominent bands that ring Jupiter’s middle fade (Click on the title to see the full article)
Can't stop laughing!
DNA testing has for the first time confirmed the identity of the bacteria behind London’s Great Plague.
The plague of 1665-1666 was the last major outbreak of bubonic plague in Britain, killing nearly a quarter of London’s population.
It’s taken a year to confirm initial findings from a suspected Great Plague burial pit during excavation work on the Crossrail site at Liverpool Street.(click on the title to read the full article).
The last couple of Avengers movies have all worked together to do one thing: introduce the importance of collecting the Infinity Stones and set the stage for the superhero team’s big fight with Thanos.
Thanos, who has largely been seen sitting down in completely CGI-constructed scenes, will return for Avengers: Infinity War. Based on the name of the third installment in the (click on the title to see the full article).
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Researchers from Harvard Medical School and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have created a terrifying visualization showing how quickly bacteria can mutate to become resistant to antibiotics.
The study, published Friday in Science magazine, demonstrates how bacteria can (click on the title to see the full article).
As reports of police overreach and brutality in the black community become more and more commonplace in mainstream news, many black people are feeling a strange combination of frustration and relief — relief because the shootings of unarmed citizens have become part of a national discussion, but frustration because, time and time again, we hear the same dismissive and deflective responses from white America:
“There must be more to the story.”
“If you people would just do what you’re told.”
“Cops have a hard job.”
“White people get shot too.”
“He was just another thug. Good riddance!”
“Why do you people make everything about…(Click on the title to read the full article)
As a child, I watched birds. While other boys threw themselves into communal sports or sealed lifelong friendships at sleepovers, I spent my weekends alone on the quaggy, wind-barracked reaches of South Coast estuaries, or dragging my long-suffering family around the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in Arundel. I pursued birdwatching with the bloody single-mindedness that only a child can muster, (click on the title to read the full article).
TOKYO — North Korea defiantly celebrated its fifth nuclear test Friday, claiming that it can now make warheads small enough to fit onto a missile and warning its “enemies” — specifically the United States — that it has the ability to counter any attack.
Although the North’s proclaimed advancements could not be verified — and Pyongyang has a track record of exaggeration — the test appeared to mark another step toward North Korea’s goal of putting a nuclear warhead on a weapon capable (Click on the title to read the full article).