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A bunch of baloney. What's even worse, though, are the comments. Makes me hope that most of these people don't vote.
The brace position could keep you safe in an airplane accident. But do airlines tell you what you need to know?
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Millions of planes criss-cross the skies, dumbing down the populace with secret and powerful chemical agents. Every time you board a plane, you can’t look out a window without seeing one of these jet-powered poisoners. There is always danger overhead when chemtrails really do cover the sky.
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People need to stop snorting so much chemtrails, that shit can make ya bug out!
Also flat earthers, etc
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The annual Challenger Winter Rendezvous took place this weekend in Montebello, Quebec. Poor weather kept some airplanes away, but not the people.
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My rental Citabria after today's flight.
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Something I should see.
After a two-night roll through the streets in April 2014, NASA 905 was reassembled at Space Center Houston and mated with a full-scale orbiter mockup.
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Makes sense. I mostly fit into the "males moving long distances at fast speeds" group.
Observing a seldom-discussed measure of a city’s bike-friendliness: the speed at which its cyclists travel.
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On this date half a century ago the Soviet Luna 9 spacecraft made humanity's first-ever soft landing on the surface of the Moon. Launched from Baikonur on
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What a gorgeous aircraft the 747 is, especially in flight up close.
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Pretty cool.
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Seems about right.
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I'd be in favour of getting dead prime ministers off our money.
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On file after file, Liberal ministers appeared evasive. Their goal seems to be to avoid getting pinned to a direct answer on any issue, at all costs
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Aircraft Maintenance Engineer on de Havilland Dash-8-100, Airbus A320, Boeing 767, and Embraer 190 series aircraft; private pilot; owner of a Quad City Challenger II ultralight airplane; Canadian Aviation Historical Society member; Civil Air Search and Rescue Association pilot
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A Million Poisoning Planes - CSI
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Millions of planes criss-cross the skies, dumbing down the populace with secret and powerful chemical agents. Every time you board a plane,

NASA 905 Spreads Her Wings in New Texas Exhibit
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After a two-night roll through the streets in April 2014, NASA 905 was reassembled at Space Center Houston and mated with a full-scale orbit

1942 RCAF Hawker Hurricane with Packard Merlin 29 engine for sale priced...
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Buy a Hawker Hurricane and therewith a magnificent piece of history: a 1942 Hawker (CC&F) Hurricane IIB, c/n R20023, G-HHII for a price of £

Guns: Feeling Safe Does Not Equal Being Safe - CSI
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Sadly, buying a gun does not make you safer. To the contrary, the evidence suggests that bringing a gun into your home increases the chances

Photos: Assembling Atlas 5 rocket for International Space Station launch...
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Relive the steps to stack the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket at Cape Canaveral's Vertical Integration Facility for the Orbital ATK Cy

Badlands, South Dakota -- National Geographic Travel Daily Photo
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Get your daily dose of outstanding travel photos. Today: The sun sets over South Dakota's Badlands following an afternoon rain shower.

Best Trips 2016 -- National Geographic Traveler
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Whether it's Greenland's Nuuk fjords or Poland's great lakes, these 20 go-now destinations will send you packing.

Alberta Aviation Museum looking for help in restoring the Avro Lancaster...
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The Alberta Aviation Museum is leaning on airplane enthusiasts from around the world to help restore a rare historic wartime military plane,

Toronto Star
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While hundreds of people attended Remembrance Day ceremonies in Toronto, a smaller crowd gathered on a small grassy hill between Whitby and

Boeing 747-8: An icon’s last hurrah – Aspire Aviation
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The Boeing 747, first flown commercially in 1970, with its distinctive ‘hump’ upper deck is affectionately known by many as ‘Queen of the Sk

How Pilots Intuitively Make Critical Decisions
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Making timely and correct decisions is an important part of many jobs, but few professions require this skill at the level of a pilot flying

Talk of renaming Calgary's international airport after Stephen Harper di...
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If Calgary-bound planes end up landing at Stephen J. Harper International, the credit must go to the Liberal government in Ottawa.

The atheist case against euthanasia
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Is it only religious types who are fighting against assisted suicide? Not quite.

Strong, proud and free-riding
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WHEN heart-rending images flashed across the world of Alan Kurdi, a three-year-old from Syria who drowned off the Turkish coast, people ever

How I Accidentally Captured the ISS in a Self Portrait
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This past weekend, Perseid meteor shower were predicted along with a very clear night. This is quite rare in the Netherlands so I decided to

After nearly four decades, iconic Jackalope headed to auction
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Financially troubled Mexican-style mercado, beloved by tourists and locals alike, will be sold to the highest bidder in an auction on the st

A human response to a human tragedy
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IT HAS been less than a week since the catastrophic loss of Germanwings Flight 9525 and its precious cargo of 144 passengers and six crew. I

Photo Gallery: 1937 Lockheed 10A 'Electra' Restoration | Aviation Week
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A four-year restoration project of a 1937 Lockheed 10A “Electra” is nearly complete. The aircraft is a sister to the Lockheed Model 10 Elect

Photo Gallery: Restored B-29 Superfortress Rolls out of Wichita Hangar |...
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A B-29 Superfortress known as “Doc” rolled out of a former Boeing Wichita hangar on March 23, 2015, following 15 years and 300,000 hours of

I bought a new bike from here. The staff was quite helpful, and there's a good selection of bikes. I thought the prices were fair, if maybe not the cheapest place in town. When identifying the extra items I needed, the staff exercised good judgement in balancing cost versus need. Very satisfied with my experience.
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Comprehensive displays of Canadian military history, from pre-European settlement to Afghanistan. Large collection of tanks and vehicles. Good café. I spent five hours there. Free admission for members of the Canadian Forces and their guests.
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