Juiz tem prisão preventiva decretada em MG por envolvimento com tráfico

Segundo relatora, magistrado é considerado chefe ‘jurídico’ de quadrilha.
Elo do juiz com organização criminosa foi revelado por operação da PF.

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“Light and Form” by Sophia Dixon Dillo

Installation “Light and Form” of Sophia Dixon Dillo at Fatiha Selam Gallery, Paris, 205

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http://www.fatihaselam.fr/artists/sophia-dixon-dillo/oeuvres/?lang=fr 

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Découverte: comment les serpents ont perdu leurs pattes

Les restes d’un énorme serpent préhistorique ont permis à des paléontologues écossais et américains de découvrir comment les serpents ont perdu leurs membres et se sont mis à ramper sur terre. Les résultats sont présentés dans un article publié dans la revue Science Advances.

Le mystère de cette perte attirait depuis longtemps l’attention des scientifiques. Et les résultats récents de l’analyse des restes d’un énorme serpent qui a vécu sur Terre il y a 90 millions d’années dévoilent finalement les causes de cette transformation. Les serpents ont perdu leurs membres dès lors qu’ils ont commencé à vivre dans des terriers, annoncent les paléontologues.

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Martian moon set to be torn apart and form ring around red planet

One day, Mars may have rings like Saturn does. The martian moon Phobos, which is spiralling inexorably closer towards the red planet, will disintegrate to form a ring system some 20 million to 40 million years from now, according to calculations published on 23 November. Other research suggests that long grooves on Phobos’s surface may represent the first stages of that inevitable crack-up.

Phobos may not be alone in its doom. Researchers have speculated that Neptune’s moon Triton might also be falling apart. And other, now-vanished moons elsewhere in the Solar System may have suffered a similar fate in the distant past, migrating towards their planet and shredding into a ring system before vanishing. Saturn’s iconic rings may have formed in this way too.

Watching Phobos in the first stages of its death throes is a rare chance for scientists to witness a process that could have been widespread in the early Solar System, says Benjamin Black, a planetary scientist at the University of California, Berkeley. He and his Berkeley colleague Tushar Mittal published the ring-system paper on 23 November in Nature Geoscience1.

By nearly any measure, Phobos is a bizarre place. It is tiny, measuring 22 kilometers across, and close to its planet — just 6,000 kilometers above the surface. Each year, Mars’s gravity pulls Phobos several centimeters closer, and scientists have long known that the moon would either plummet to its death intact or shred into a ring system before its doom.

To predict how Phobos’s death might unfold, Black and Mittal took information such as the density and strength of Phobos and compared it to a model used to estimate rock strength. They calculated that the weakest parts of Phobos would begin to spread out and form a ring about 20 million years from now.

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Paul Craig Roberts – Putin And The Russians Crushing The U.S. As The West Destroys Itself – King World News

This American government is the most incompetent government that has ever walked the earth.  Those people don’t have any sense at all.  Just look at what they’ve done.  In 14 years they’ve destroyed 7 countries, killed millions of people, and displaced millions of people.  And where are those displaced people?  They are overrunning Europe.

This is all because those Europeans were stupid enough to enable our wars. 

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