The Daily Populous

Tuesday November 12nd, 2019 day edition

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According to a report from The Los Angeles Times, climate change is breaking that dome open.

Rising sea levels and temperatures are cracking open The Tomb, threatening to spill nuclear waste into the Pacific Ocean.

The Marshall Islands is a collection of 29 atolls across 1,156 islands.

The fallout from the explosion rained down on the people of the Marshall Islands.

The Pentagon buried not only the nuclear waste and byproduct of the Marshall Islands, but shipped in extra from out of town.

By the end of the century, experts believe the sea levels could rise by four or five feet, submerging the Marshall Islands and The Tomb.

Under that kind of pressure, the concrete dome will crack, spilling America’s Cold War waste into the Pacific. »

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Channel 4 Pulls Forward ‘Rick & Morty’ UK Premiere After Complaints From Fans

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Channel 4 has pulled forward the UK premiere of season four of Rick And Morty after fans voiced their displeasure at the original broadcast plans.

Channel 4 had planned to show Adult Swim’s animated series from January next year, but will now begin broadcasting the program from November 20 at 10PM on youth channel E4.

Director of programs Ian Katz tweeted: “You told us you were none too happy about having to wait till January to see Series 4 on Channel 4. »

Sources: Huni agrees to two-year, $2.3 million extension with Dignitas

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Star top laner Heo "Huni" Seung-hoon is finalizing negotiations for a two-year contract extension with Dignitas worth approximately $2.3 million in guaranteed money, league sources told ESPN.

The deal would make Huni among the highest-paid players in the League of Legends Championship Series based off annual salary average.

The potential extension for Huni comes after he and Dignitas, formerly known as Clutch Gaming, finished competing at the League of Legends World Championship in Berlin in October. »