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    So the rumors, rumors and more rumors were......factual reports?
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    A Big Flats man who allegedly got into a verbal altercation with someone ended up in more hot water than he could have imagined: Read the rest here.
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    It’s amazing what little we know despite knowing so much.
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    Future headline: “PepsiCo Announces Departure From NY” Remember when we used glass but “they” said plastic was better for the environment? God times…good times.
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    PepsiCo is responsible. Because Nestle, The Coca-Cola Company, and Kraft Heinz don’t produce and package beverages and snack foods “that mostly come in plastic containers meant to be thrown away or recycled once they are empty. And we have some special concern about the Buffalo River. Because the the PepsiCo litter somehow doesn't turn up in the Hudson and every other river in the state? Seems oddly specific. Thanks for your diligence, Tish. I do find some humour in the thought that we likely have some wackadoodle neighbours in NYS who are so afflicted with “green psychosis” that they will try to rationalise this waste of taxpayer money and cheer this virtue signaling.
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    How can the company be responsible for what consumers do with the product? Oh, wait, if gun manufacturers are responsible for what people do with their products why not go after other companies. Let’s drive more business out of NYS Ms. James.
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    This image contains the most distant black hole ever detected in X-rays, a result that may explain how some of the first supermassive black holes in the universe formed. This discovery was made using X-rays from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory (purple) and infrared data from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (red, green, blue). The extremely distant black hole is located in the galaxy UHZ1 in the direction of the galaxy cluster Abell 2744. The galaxy cluster is about 3.5 billion light-years from Earth. Webb data, however, reveal that UHZ1 is much farther away than Abell 2744. At some 13.2 billion light-years away, UHZ1 is seen when the universe was only 3% of its current age.
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    Webb has discovered a 3000-mi (4800-km) wide jet stream over Jupiter’s equator, above the main cloud decks. This newly discovered Jovian jet stream travels at 320 miles per hour, 2 times the winds of a Category 5 hurricane on Earth! It’s located around 25 miles (40 kilometers) in altitude, in Jupiter’s lower stratosphere. Other missions have looked at Jupiter’s atmosphere and detected the lower, deeper layers, where there are gigantic storms and ammonia ice clouds. Webb’s sensitive near-infrared eye reveals new detail in the higher-altitude layers, 15-30 mi (25-50 km) above the cloud tops.
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