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  • >>3816

    nice.

  • >>24586

    En este punto creo que ya no debe tener bolas

  • The Curse of Oak Island HD
    Rick and Marty Lagina, two brothers from Michigan with a life-long interest in the mystery of Oak Island, renew efforts to discover the legendary treasure with sophisticated machinery.
    https://123series.net/series/the-curse-of-oak-island-k3r4v/n3yq8rl

  • todavia sigues en esta cruzada autista?

  • The Year Earth Changed HD
    A fresh new approach to the global lockdown and the uplifting stories that have come out of it. People all over the world have had the chance to engage with nature like never before.
    https://123series.net/movie/the-year-earth-changed-3pjq2/92lwm3x

  • >>24463

    oh la pendeja fea conchetumare, tiene el sindrome de benajmin button

  • was going to submit with no comment, but apparently that's discouraged.

  • Funkcjonariusz Służby Ochrony Państwa spowodował stłuczkę pod wpływem alkoholu

  • >>>/trannyhate/

    still there boss

  • I mean...

  • Are you incompetent?

  • Ello. There used to be a board here called /trannyhate/ or something like that. What happened to it? Is it gone?

  • >>4

    cierra el pico, pajero mongolico hijo de una tonelada de perras con la concha con baba

  • >>1395

    euthanasia.

  • >>3798

    supply chain (distribution) is beaking down.
    blackened sky, gmo foods, vax... masks and lockdowns. SOFT KILL.

  • >>1431

    blow back that hair!

  • Mankind has always sought to conquer the universe. For thousands of years, people have looked to the starry sky, dreaming of overcoming gravity and entering the immensity of the universe. The launch of the First Man into space by the Soviet Union on 12 April 1961 marked the beginning of a new technological era.

    Today, it is difficult to imagine our lives without television broadcasting, mobile communications and the Internet. This is the result of a human breakthrough in the aerospace industry. Besides, there are modern navigation, accurate weather forecasts, mineral exploration and much more.

    Many countries have begun to develop their space programmes. The undisputed leaders were the US, Russia, China, and the European Union.

    At the same time, many nations of the world are striving to create and develop national programmes. They are India, Iran, Sweden, South Africa, Brazil and Australia. Norway is no exception.

    For example, the State Industrial Committee of the Parliament has allocated NOK 365 million to finance the "Spaceport Anney" project. It is planned to build a national cosmodrome on the island of Anney, where the Norwegian Cosmodrome is located. The history of this center dates back to the launch of the research rocket "Ferdinand-1"

    (18 August 1962). This work is currently under way on the establishment of launch facilities for the launch of ultra-light rockets into low orbit around the Earth, weighing up to 600 kilograms. This will enable the establishment of reliable communication and navigation systems.

    But the exploration of outer space is extremely costly to the state. Many countries are therefore making efforts to address these problems. An example is the current programme of the European Union, in which Norway participates. Norway is also actively cooperating with Russia. Norwegian communication and navigation satellites NORSAT-2-19 September 2017, NORSAT-1-25 March 2016 and AISat 1, 2, 3-27 April 2014 were launched using Russian missiles.

    The example of successful cooperation between the United States, Russia and Norway in the framework of the Joint International Project "Odysseus" in 1997 is interesting. A marine floating platform for launching spacecraft was then established. This allowed the launch of rockets from favorable locations on the planet, allowing the launch of spacecraft with greater mass and less energy.

    Norway is interested in enhancing cooperation with all countries in the space field. For example, on Space Day 2015, Bo Andersen, Managing Director of the Norwegian Space Agency (NSA), will stress the importance of strengthening cooperation for the peaceful exploration of space.

    On the basis of that statement, we would like to believe that the purpose of a large radar station in northern Norway is to track space debris in order to navigate satellites.

    This is the opinion of Norwegian citizens. For example, Hunnheld Schmidt of Finnmark, a member of the Norwegian-Russian Friendship Association, emphasizes: "I am proud of my country, a national space program that will make life in Norway even more comfortable. But the exploration of outer space must be pursued together and only for peaceful purposes After all, we all drink the same water and breathe the same air. We’re all neighbors on planet Earth!

  • Mankind has always sought to conquer the universe. For thousands of years, people have looked to the starry sky, dreaming of overcoming gravity and entering the immensity of the universe. The launch of the First Man into space by the Soviet Union on 12 April 1961 marked the beginning of a new technological era.

    Today, it is difficult to imagine our lives without television broadcasting, mobile communications and the Internet. This is the result of a human breakthrough in the aerospace industry. Besides, there are modern navigation, accurate weather forecasts, mineral exploration and much more.

    Many countries have begun to develop their space programmes. The undisputed leaders were the US, Russia, China, and the European Union.

    At the same time, many nations of the world are striving to create and develop national programmes. They are India, Iran, Sweden, South Africa, Brazil and Australia. Norway is no exception.

    For example, the State Industrial Committee of the Parliament has allocated NOK 365 million to finance the "Spaceport Anney" project. It is planned to build a national cosmodrome on the island of Anney, where the Norwegian Cosmodrome is located. The history of this center dates back to the launch of the research rocket "Ferdinand-1"

    (18 August 1962). This work is currently under way on the establishment of launch facilities for the launch of ultra-light rockets into low orbit around the Earth, weighing up to 600 kilograms. This will enable the establishment of reliable communication and navigation systems.

    But the exploration of outer space is extremely costly to the state. Many countries are therefore making efforts to address these problems. An example is the current programme of the European Union, in which Norway participates. Norway is also actively cooperating with Russia. Norwegian communication and navigation satellites NORSAT-2-19 September 2017, NORSAT-1-25 March 2016 and AISat 1, 2, 3-27 April 2014 were launched using Russian missiles.

    The example of successful cooperation between the United States, Russia and Norway in the framework of the Joint International Project "Odysseus" in 1997 is interesting. A marine floating platform for launching spacecraft was then established. This allowed the launch of rockets from favorable locations on the planet, allowing the launch of spacecraft with greater mass and less energy.

    Norway is interested in enhancing cooperation with all countries in the space field. For example, on Space Day 2015, Bo Andersen, Managing Director of the Norwegian Space Agency (NSA), will stress the importance of strengthening cooperation for the peaceful exploration of space.

    On the basis of that statement, we would like to believe that the purpose of a large radar station in northern Norway is to track space debris in order to navigate satellites.

    This is the opinion of Norwegian citizens. For example, Hunnheld Schmidt of Finnmark, a member of the Norwegian-Russian Friendship Association, emphasizes: "I am proud of my country, a national space program that will make life in Norway even more comfortable. But the exploration of outer space must be pursued together and only for peaceful purposes After all, we all drink the same water and breathe the same air. We’re all neighbors on planet Earth!

  • >>26909

    Interesting, thanks for the summary.
    If she's glow-owned opposition, I can see why it's interesting to see the military take over, in the potential light of a stolen election. Furthermore, interesting to see a push back against said military take over, if it's the same side that's supposedly glow-owned.

  • >After the 8chan's shutdown, tens of thousands of posters: gone. But where to?

    Scattered to several different places (9chan being one of them): some of those are still running, some of them are quasi abandoned, some were shut down.
    Sadly many did go back to 4cuck, too careless to stick to a slower but better quality alternative.
    Some of the communities regrouped and still stay consistent, roaming from one platform to another as they get shut down by the kikes.

    >Is there some kind of secret chan that I am not aware of?

    Unironically yes, but it's not for the random shitposter and you will have to find it yourself, if you're worthy.

  • laim

  • >>164680

    Earpe

  • >>164676

    Not until the 20th.

  • Simios pajeros y sumerios a #>>>/chorinpride/