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  • Kim Jong-un 'executes general by throwing him in piranha-filled fish tank'

    06/09/2019 11:22:16 AM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 77 replies
    The UK Mirror ^ | June 9, 2019 | Andrew Gilpin
    Kim Jong-un has allegedly executed a general by throwing him into 'a piranha-filled fish tank.' The general, whose name has not been named, was accused of planning a coup but ended up as the latest victim of the newly developed execution method, according to the Daily Star. It is reported that the giant fish tank was built inside Kim's Ryongsong Residence. The victim had his arms and torso cut open with knives before he was thrown into the tank, it is alleged.
  • Latest victim of global warming: loaves of bread will be smaller in future, warn scientists

    06/22/2015 6:09:35 AM PDT · by C210N · 33 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | 22 Jun 2015 | Jonathan Pearlman
    Long-term global warming will have a deflating effect on bread, and a “2050 loaf” will be crumpled and small due a reduction in the amount of protein in grains, Australian scientists have found.
  • Coelacanths: Evolutionists Still Fishing in Shallow Water (article)

    04/29/2013 8:09:01 AM PDT · by fishtank · 28 replies
    Institute for Creation Research ^ | 4-29-2013 | Timothy L. Clarey, Ph.D., and Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D.
    Coelacanths: Evolutionists Still Fishing in Shallow Water by Timothy L. Clarey, Ph.D., and Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D. * A recent report, published in Nature,1 on the genome sequence of the so-called living fish fossil, the African coelacanth, has some evolutionists scrambling to defend their story. This is because the coelacanth's DNA is similar to other types of fish and not land animals, thus forcing the evolutionists to postulate that the coelacanth evolved slowly.1 Although modern coelacanths are found in water about 500 feet deep, Axel Meyer, a member of the study team believes that ancient coelacanths may have lived in shallow...