Extra: Hear Professor Carole Mundell discuss her work on Bath podcast Thought Train have looked further into space than ever human being did before me,” wrote William Herschel in 1780. From his garden in New King Street, Bath, Herschel had scanned the night sky using a telescope he had built himself and saw Uranus. It was a discovery which effectively doubled the size of the then known Universe, and secured his adopted city a place in the history books..
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Follow CNNStory highlightsMore unique vending machines are popping up in the United StatesMachines in high traffic areas offer everything from shoes to sunscreenGolden Nugget casinos have ATMs that dispense goldIn Beverly Hills, fresh cupcakes are available via machine 24/7If you’ve traveled to Asia at all, the center of all things techy and kitschy, you’ve no doubt witnessed some of the odd stuff sold in vending machines there. (Japan, in fact, has the highest concentration of vending machines in the world, with one per every 23 people.) Drop your coins in the slot and you can retrieve everything from fresh eggs to pet rhinoceros beetles.There’s even a new machine in Singapore that dispenses free bottles of Coke in exchange for a hug (yes, you have to actually wrap your arms around the machine).But unusually stocked vending machines are showing up more and more frequently in the United States these days, particularly in airports and other areas heavily trafficked by travelers. Art museum showcasing the works of everyone from Georgia O’Keeffe to John Singer Sargent, you may be inspired to start a collection of your own.
“Some defense attorneys have echoed those arguments, saying that those who participated in the attack were doing so at the behest of Trump.” “But for the president, they would not have walked down Pennsylvania Avenue,” Al Watkins, defending “QAnon shaman” Jacob Chansley, told the Post. “They believed the president was going with them. Kramer, chief of the Federal Public Defender Office for Washington, said he expects numerous attorneys for Capitol rioters to argue that Trump “told them to march up Pennsylvania Avenue, and he be leading them, and he the commander in chief of the military and the nation top law enforcement officer.” You can read more about what Trump and the Capitol insurrectionists said before and during the assault, and preview likely legal arguments, at The Washington Post.