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Chris Morlock

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  1. https://www.instagram.com/p/CT73hY2FLFs/?utm_medium=copy_link "A legend" tho? https://i.imgur.com/VdKEe00.gifv
  2. I hate it. It has regressed vocally. She could've served Change TV vocals but we got Invisible vocals
  3. The demos of the album did yeah They're so good as demos already
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    1. Euglena50

      Euglena50

      That's actually really cute and cool! true1

  5. View of Titanokorys gainesi reconstruction. Credit: Illustration by Lars Fields, © Royal Ontario Museum Royal Ontario Museum paleontologists unearth one of the largest radiodonts of the Cambrian explosion. Paleontologists at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) have uncovered the remains of a huge new fossil species belonging to an extinct animal group in half-a-billion-year-old Cambrian rocks from Kootenay National Park in the Canadian Rockies. The findings were announced on September 8, 2021, in a study published in Royal Society Open Science. View of Titanokorys
  6. Madame x is cumming https://www.instagram.com/p/CT2qVhbA2vi/?utm_medium=copy_link
  7. Edit: NVM all's good for now

    1. Euglena50

      Euglena50

      What do you mean

  8. The giant planet gets pummeled on a fairly regular basis. Brazilian observer José Luis Pereira captured this shot of an impactor (bright flash at center-left) hitting Jupiter on Sept. 13, 2021. (Image credit: José Luis Pereira) Jupiter got whacked again. Brazilian observer José Luis Pereira captured a bright flash on the solar system's largest planet Monday night (Sept. 13), memorializing the fiery death of a space rock high in the Jovian atmosphere. "I am an assiduous planetary observer," Pereira told Space.com in a written statement Tuesday (Sept. 14). "When
  9. A small furry marsupial that roamed the grassy plains of Australia's Victoria state has been brought back from the brink of extinction, officials say. Numbers of the Eastern Barred Bandicoot plummeted because of non-native foxes, habitat destruction and feral cats. Now, after 30 years of conservation efforts, the number has jumped from just 150 animals to an estimated 1,500. It is the first time Australia has changed the status of an animal from "extinct in the wild" to "endangered". When recorded population levels of the bandicoots plunged in the years leading up to the la
  10. Well I think piss soaked money once dried would still be useable at least — still disgusting tho.
  11. I need to re arrange these lists but idk why I feel overwhelmed by the mess 💀
  12. Ten thousand years after woolly mammoths vanished from the face of the Earth, scientists are embarking on an ambitious project to bring the beasts back to the Arctic tundra. The prospect of recreating mammoths and returning them to the wild has been discussed – seriously at times – for more than a decade, but on Monday researchers announced fresh funding they believe could make their dream a reality. The boost comes in the form of $15m (£11m) raised by the bioscience and genetics company Colossal, co-founded by Ben Lamm, a tech and software entrepreneur, and George Church, a professo
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