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James clearly has it all figured out. There was a little bit of stress over that language question, but the dude still managed to glide right through it like a true champion. 

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Amazingly, no one was injured in this Jay, Maine paper mill explosion. And as an interesting bonus we have the commentary of all the guys in their trucks watching the whole thing go down. Around a minute in, the pulp starts to land.

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Emma thought we were live on-air... We weren't. Let's see how mad she got when I threw in some naughty words.

Posted by Alex and Ellie in the Morning - Viking FM on Thursday, March 3, 2016
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Based on the look on her face, these words must be mighty filthy. Luckily for her, they weren't actually live on-air, so their jobs are likely not in jeopardy.

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You know, unless he already did. In which case, kudos to him. ~Not-So-Handy Andy

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And look! It's even in black and white. That makes it art. Don't hate.

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One of the world's great radio telescopes isn't hearing voices – for the first time another giant dish has picked up one of the mysterious "fast radio bursts" (FRBs) that have been puzzling astronomers at the Parkes Radio Telescope. The find confirms these bursts indeed come from outer space, but beyond that their source is still wide open.

Last year the astronomers reported four bursts picked up by the celebrated Australian telescope. As each FRB lasted around a millisecond there was no time to have other telescopes check the same location, and the fact that no other telescope had picked up anything similar raised the possibility that something local was interfering with the Parkes telescope.

Now, however The Astrophysical Journal reports that the 305m Arecibo Telescope has picked up a similar burst while searching for pulsars. The burst occurred in 2012, but not noticed at the time. "FRB 121102's brightness, duration, and the inferred event rate are all consistent with the properties of the previously detected Parkes bursts," the authors report.
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Maybe Christmas music isn't so bad to listen to over and over and over...