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This week in cats
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a link for all lonely alcoholic cat people

it's a wine for your cat to drink so you don't have to drink alone
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This week in cats: Tree Kangaroos
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Native to the islands* of Guinea and Australia


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This week in cats: The elusive crosshatched panther, in it's natural habitat of Florida

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This week in cats: Dogs

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wikipedia Wrote:The notion of Terra Australis was introduced by Aristotle, who simply declared that "...there must be a region bearing the same relation to the southern pole as the place we live in bears to our pole...".[4] His ideas were later expanded by Ptolemy (1st century AD), who believed that the Indian Ocean was enclosed on the south by land, and that the lands of the Northern Hemisphere should be balanced by land in the south.[1] Marcus Tullius Cicero used the term cingulus australis ("southern zone") in referring to the Antipodes in Somnium Scipionis ("Dream of Scipio").[5] The land (terra in Latin) in this zone was the Terra Australis.[6]

considering that Australia had, since antiquity, been expected as a reciprocal landmass to the eurasian, and islands have historically been considered in regards to a larger landmass, we should regard Australia as a continent and not an island. However, if it were within sight of the shore of China or something, it'd be an island from the perspective of the eurasian continent maybe.
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this week in cats:

a magnitude 4.7 earthquake off the coast of either major island of New Zealand.
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Geonet rates the quality of this earthquake as 'best', to which I agree, for it was briefly startling but not inherently harmful to the humans
 
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(25-06-2016, 02:50 AM)crispier taco Wrote: this week in cats:

a magnitude 4.7 earthquake off the coast of either major island of New Zealand.
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Geonet rates the quality of this earthquake as 'best', to which I agree, for it was briefly startling but not inherently harmful to the humans
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This week in cats: This incredible painting by Gregory Thielker
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THIS WEEK IN CATS
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The Papyrus of Hunefer (ca. 1375 B.C.) shows Hunefer's heart being weighed on the scale of Maat against the feather of truth, by the jackal-headed Anubis. The ibis-headed Thoth, scribe of the gods, records the result. If his heart is lighter than the feather, Hunefer is allowed to pass into the afterlife. If not, he is eaten by the waiting Ammit.
 
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this year marks the 112-year anniversary of the plum-pudding model of the atom, first proposed by J.J. (Jenkins-Jenkins) Thompson, who purportedly sold his soul at a crossroads in exchange for the 1906 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the conduction of electricity in gases. This is not accurate however; he in fact sold his soul for a killer moustache, and his developments in the field of physics are attributable purely to his intellect, perseverance and scientific opportunity offered by living in a developed nation.

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