If you're searching for GTA Online antennas, then you were probably cruising around the streets of Mirror Park and heard the plea from Joy Orbison to help get new radio station Still Slipping Los Santos up and running. To do this, you need to locate GTA Online broken antennas around the island and repair them, to boost the signal and get their music out to the masses. These latest collectibles have arrived as part of the GTA Online Cayo Perico Heist update, and there's plenty of RP and cash to be earned, plus a further undisclosed reward, for those who track down all the Still Slipping antennas. However, GTA Online covers a huge area and you don't want to spend hours seeking out these scarce beeping beacons, so we've got you covered with this guide to all of the GTA Online antennas locations. GTA Online Solomon movie props | GTA Online serial killer | GTA Online peyote plants | GTA Online signal jammers | GTA Online action figures | GTA Online … [Read more...] about GTA Online Antennas locations – where to find all the Still Slipping antennas for the new radio station
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ESPN “First Take” co-host Max Kellerman on Tuesday sounded off on the fall of former Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields and the rise of former Alabama quarterback Mac Jones ahead of this week’s upcoming NFL Draft. With former Clemson signal-caller Trevor Lawrence widely considered a lock to go first overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars, most discussion has been about who would be the next quarterback taken between Fields, Jones, former BYU quarterback Zach Wilson and former North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance. Kellerman said he would “defer” to the wisdom of the experts and coaches but pointed out a “correlation” could be made that if a quarterback falls on draft boards, that it tends to be a black quarterback like Fields rather than a white one. He lamented that the upcoming draft board looks to be “white guy, white guy, white guy.” “I will say this — I think what rubs people the wrong way, maybe like you, Stephen A., I know it’s on my radar,” Kellerman said of Fields’ … [Read more...] about ESPN’s Kellerman Concerned over Lack of Black QBs Expected to Be Taken at Top of NFL Draft — ‘White Guy, White Guy, White Guy’
BEIJING -- China has approved joining a convention on establishing the Square Kilometer Array (SKA), with the decision passed at the 28th session of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People's Congress, the top legislature, on Thursday. The move will contribute to research on radio astronomy, basic physics and information science, as well as solving major scientific problems. The SKA will be the world's largest radio telescope array, with much higher sensitivity and survey speed than any other radio instrument so far developed. It will not be a single telescope, but rather a network of thousands of radio antennas of varying types and sizes, located at several sites in Western Australia and Southern Africa. The SKA will be jointly funded, built and run by more than 10 countries, with China being one of the seven founding members and a signatory to the SKA Observatory Convention signed in 2019. The construction of the SKA is scheduled to begin in July. The first phase … [Read more...] about China adopts decision to jointly build SKA radio telescope
At Ars Technica Live this month, we had the pleasure of talking to ecologist Neil Tsutsui. He runs the Tsutsui Lab at UC Berkeley, where researchers study the behavior and communications strategies of ants. In a sense, Neil is trying to figure out how to talk to ants. Of course, it's a lot more complicated than that. Ants "see" the world by using their antennae to smell and taste everything around them. To communicate with each other, ants use dozens of chemicals naturally secreted by their bodies. Sometimes they lay trails of pheromones to guide each other to food, and sometimes they'll put one drop of a chemical on a leg and wave it in the air until it evaporates and spreads to other ants on the wind. Neil and his lab are at the forefront of cracking the ant code. They've figured out how to lead ants around by manufacturing a copy of the trail pheromone. They can make ants scatter in fear by using alarm pheromones, and they've created "friend" pheromones that ants in the same … [Read more...] about You’ve heard of invasive ants, but what about kidnapper ants?
A prison governor questioned why the Fishmongers' Hall killer was wearing such a big coat indoors when he chatted to him hours before his attack Usman Khan stabbed and killed Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23 - both workers on a Cambridge University prisoner rehabilitation project - at a conference at the livery company on 29 November 2019 . Khan, who was wearing a fake suicide vest, was shot dead by armed police on London Bridge, 13 minutes after the attack began. He had bought an extra-large puffa-style jacket the day before to conceal the fake suicide vest around his waist. Steve Machin, the head of counterterrorism at Whitemoor prison, where Khan was held for terrorism offences, was among the guests at the conference. Advertisement "I could see him wearing a Sondico base layer and he provided a back story about the cold weather which sort of made sense," he said. "I did comment on the coat and the story he gave seemed plausible at … [Read more...] about Fishmongers’ hall inquest: London bridge killer was quizzed by prison governor about his large coat before attack