Wendi Williams, the woman at the center of the airplane seat recline debate, speaks with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota about the passenger behind her who repeatedly pushed her seat after she reclined it.
“Did you do the Broomstick Challenge yesterday?” Noble asks in the video. “Well, turns out you can do it again today.”
“It’s just physics,” Drew added.
The NASA Earth twitter account also weighed in saying “There’s no special gravity that only affects brooms, but the Moon’s gravity creates tides on Earth.”
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Li sent a message to his medical-school alumni group on December 30 warning that seven patients had been quarantined at Wuhan Central Hospital after coming down with a respiratory illness that seemed like the SARS coronavirus. The police in Wuhan then reprimanded and silenced Li, requiring him to sign a letter acknowledging that he was “making false comments.”
Li died of the coronavirus early on Friday at Wuhan Central Hospital, where he had been in intensive care for three weeks. The hospital confirmed his death in a statement on Weibo at about 4 a.m. local time.
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James Potok, 28, of Vaughan, Ont., claims his intention was to create a viral video when he suggested on a flight to Jamaica that he may be sick with the new coronavirus. The flight had to return to Toronto and Potok has been charged with mischief and breach of recognizance.