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The Conversation 09/24/2020 22:50
Alexander Schmidt-Lebuhn. ,. Author provided. When it comes to new botanical discoveries, one might imagine it’s done by trudging around a remote tropical rainforest. Certainly, that does . But sometimes seemingly familiar plants close to home hold unexpected surprises. We a new genus of Australian daisies, which we’ve named Scapisenecio . And we did so on the computer screen, during what was meant to be a routine analysis to test a biocontrol agent against originally from South Africa. Read more:. The term “genus” refers to groups of different, though closely related, species of flora and fauna. For example, there are more than 100 species of roses under the Rosa genus, and brushtail possums are members of the Trichosurus genus. This accidenta.
Zero Hedge 09/24/2020 22:40
"He Who Cheats Best, Wins?" - Bloomberg Backs Lawbreakers-For-Biden In Florida. Thu, 09/24/2020 - 22:40. In 2016 I told the few people who were listening to me then that I thought Trump would win Florida by around seven points depending on the level of cheating in Broward and Dade counties by now deposed and disgraced Broward Supervisor of Election, Brenda Snipes. He wound up winning by three, so to me that says there was likely a fair amount of it going on. Argue with me all you want but I operate, normally, under the principle that U.S. elections of any import are determined by the maxim:. He who cheats best, wins. Call it the Luongo Rule of Electoral Politics if you will. This year we know that the cheating will be systemic and of a kind th.


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