Colorado's eastern inhabitants are on the edge of the spirits of mysterious drill. Now the state governor says he wants to solve the mystery. According to Huffpost, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis told reporters last week that “he would come to the bottom of the page” of the strange scenes reported in Colorado and Nebraska from mid-December. Many witnesses witnessed the flying flights and even the Sheriff Sheriff's Phillips Office, which traced 16 of the flying machines at the end of December. To date, no damage has been caused to the drones, but residents state that they are nervous about the intentions of the machine operators. It is reported that the swarms fly in formation, but some witnesses reported that they looked at them ventilating in the air and taking care of them. Michael Yowell, sheriff of Lincoln County, said police estimate that about 30 drones are being deployed each night in the area. Some of the drones are said to be more than 6 feet in diameter. Policy stated to reporters that the Department of Public Safety is investigating but that “no substantive information” has been released. A number of government agencies and private drone companies in the area have rejected any information on the basis or purpose of the drones. The operators are likely to be infringing Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations by failing to register their drums, without keeping track of the drone while flying and flying over third parties. The FAA also prevents pilots more than one drone to operate at a time – opportunity in this case.
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Mysterious dumpers are focused on a village in England that left manure piles in public areas. The sun They report that the inhabitants of Bishopstown, Co. Kildare, are inhabited. Durham wants to know who the fecal dumpers are but have failed so far. According to local reports, the mystery person meets on the night only and appears to have left many mounds in public places around the town. Some of the cairns measured up to 50 feet long and 6 feet high. Some of the dunes were left where they would prevent motorists from passing roads. The locals said that a farmer initially appeared to have been illegally dumping the mess for neglect, but then the cairns began to appear in different parts of the town, which meant that the action was malicious. Many of the roads into the town are said to be impossible. It is unclear whether the local authorities have any consequences in relation to the identity of the offender. Councilor Brian Jones told reporters: “We must take the guilty party in the act – this is the only way we will go to this end.”
Danish scientists say that a beer can not crush the risk of it being over. Ars Technica reports that researchers from the University of Southern Denmark in Odense published a paper entitled “Beer or no beer: recently: do beer cans prevent loss of beer?” According to the paper: “Preventing or minimizing beer loss where possible you open beer beer it is socially and economically desirable. One theoretical approach is based on opening the button before opening, although this has not been the subject of a rigorous assessment. In order to test the method, the researchers divided 1031 beer cans of 330ml into four groups: uncultivated / uncultivated, unspoilt / tap, shaving / uncultivated / shaving / tap. Three taps were supplied alongside individual cans for the “detached” cans. “Broken” cans were scanned for two minutes each. The scientists weighed, dipped or did not break the cans, opened the cans, took any beer loss using paper towels, then weighed the cans last time. At the end of the experiment, they found that “there was no statistically significant difference in the mass of beer lost when tapping compared to tapping. According to the authors of the paper, the only way to ensure that no beer is not lost is to "wait to fix bubbles before opening the can."
Police were responding to what they believed was trying to get parot help instead. Newsweek It is reported that four sheriffs were sent to a residence in Worth Lake, Fla, in late December after a neighbor thought they had heard a woman screaming, “Help, help me,! viral, the officers can be seen approaching the house of a man who is seen working on his car in the driveway. A Facebook post made by the Sheriff's Office of the Palm Beach made the man's statement reproduced. “I was changing the brakes on my wife's car and my 40-year-old courtyard, Rambo, was on her outside plaza when he was singing and talking” he said. “Once again four police officers showed… I sent the officers to Rambo promptly… Sometimes Rambo releases his help, help, let me out. ' Something I taught him when I was a child and lived on Rambo in a cage. ”The misconception was explained to a neighbor. It is unclear whether there are any charges before Rambo currently.