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If Spam Bot Demands Were Not to Be Met, Elon Musk Would Not Push Through With Twitter Buyout

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Elon Musk is teasing the possibility to walk away from his multibillion-dollar transaction with Twitter, saying that the social media giant is in “material breach” of the merger agreement as the two continue to argue over the number of spam bots and false accounts on the network.

Going Big

Musk’s ongoing objections were revealed in a letter to Twitter dated June 6 that was exposed in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. SEC stands for Securities and Exchange Commission.

His Demands

Musk’s lawyers say in the letter that Twitter has done insufficient to divulge the exact amount of spam bots and fraudulent accounts on the platform.

He has stated that if the removal of spam bots and fake accounts would be taken down, he would move forward with his purchase of the platform. Despite this, the social media platform seems to be lacking in that department. Regardless of the efforts to come, only time shall show us what may come out from this revelation from both Elon and the social media giant.

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Sky Hotel Premiered to Have Amazing Feats

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A video showcasing a future AI-piloted airplane that “wouldn’t ever land” has stunned viewers. Known as the “Sky Cruise,” it was created by Hashem Al-Ghaili and is essentially a floating hotel with 20 nuclear engines and space for 5,000 people.

The Future is Now

According to Al-Ghaili, the aircraft is the “future of transportation,” and traditional airlines will “ferry” people to and from Sky Cruise, which never touches down and even has all repairs done in flight.

How It Came to Be

Although the flying hotel’s debut date has not yet been set, not everyone is a fan of Al-concept. Ghaili’s Al-Ghaili focuses on providing content production, speaking engagements, and digital marketing services. He gave a Ted Talk about the education system in 2018 and how it might be improved.

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Hall of Famer Lauren Jackson Comes Out of Retirement and Headlines for Australia

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The most accomplished basketball player in Australia will be competing for a roster slot as the Opals get ready to host the 2019 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup. The three-time WNBA MVP and Basketball Hall of Famer Lauren Jackson was declared to have ended her international retirement on Tuesday.

The Why

Prior to the competition, which runs from September 22 to October 1 in Sydney, Australia, Lauren Jackson has formally ended her international retirement in order to join the Opals.

More Left in the Tank

A Hall of Famer coming out of retirement is uncommon, but the 41-year-old Jackson, who was inducted in 2021, has been preparing for this occasion for some time. Jackson returned to the court this past April when she joined the Albury Wodonga Bandits in the NBL 1 East after a string of ailments forced her to retire from professional basketball in March 2016.

Jackson acknowledged that she is concerned about how her body will react to the increase in training since she hasn’t competed at this level since 2016. However, given that injuries ended her career, this opportunity to represent the Opals gives Jackson a chance to define the latter stages of her career on her own terms.

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Baby Woolly Mammoth with Skin and Hair Found Nearly Perfectly Preserved After being Mummified

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A nearly whole newborn woolly mammoth that has been mummified was found by a miner. On June 21, 2022, a mammoth was found in the Klondike gold fields in Canada’s far north. Since then, it has been referred to as Nun cho ga, which translates to “big baby animal” in the Trondk Hwchin’s Hän language.

Simply Amazing

The mammoth’s skin and hair were still in tact when it was discovered. Dr. Grant Zazula, a paleontologist, described it as “gorgeous and one of the most spectacular mummified ice period animals ever unearthed in the world.”

Among the Rest

In Dawson, Yukon, a short distance from Canada’s border with Alaska, a mammoth was found. During an excavating project, she was discovered. Over 30,000 years ago, woolly mammoths, enormous steppe bison, cave lions, and wild horses all frequented the region.

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