North Korea's founder Kim Il Sung (pictured left) could not teleport, official media says, in what analysts say is a sign that current leader Kim Jong-un (right) is playing down the supernatural image of the ruling family … [Read more...] about North Korea’s founder Kim Il Sung did not have the ability to teleport, state media finally admits
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How worried should we be in Australia about asymptomatic spread? It is reassuring that the people who are asymptomatic and have the virus don’t seem to get worse, said Prof Bruce Thompson, dean of the school of health sciences at Swinburne University. Less severe disease and therefore less coughing and vomiting meant there was less opportunity for it to contaminate surfaces and infect people. “We haven’t seen deaths in the population of people who were positive but asymptomatic,” he said. “They also didn’t transmit or shed the virus for as long and finally, recovered quicker. This research highlights the importance of continuing to do more testing.” … [Read more...] about Asymptomatic coronavirus: how common is it and can its spread be contained?
'I was really sad and she knew something was going on,' she said. 'So I told Megan I’d been going through a breakup and I was dating this girl, but I still would not consider myself gay or bisexual or anything. I just, you know, fell in love with a person. … [Read more...] about Megan Rapinoe’s twin sister Rachael reveals her soccer star sibling OUTED her as gay to their parents after her own coming out went badly
Just three years after the Ducks reached the conference finals for the second time in three seasons, a long road back to Cup contention appears to loom in Orange County. Anaheim got largely disappointing performances from its collection of forwards – a star-free group outside captain Ryan Getzlaf – and the blue line was inconsistent while coach Dallas Eakins worked young talent into the lineup amid injuries and trade departures. … [Read more...] about Ducks’ offensive woes extend to rare 2-year playoff drought
This is rare territory for the Sharks, who have been one of the most consistent franchises in the league. The last time they missed the playoffs was in 2014-15, then they bounced back the following season to earn the team’s first trip to the Stanley Cup Final before losing to Pittsburgh in six games. … [Read more...] about Sharks have plenty of time to stew over down season