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the rowdy 3 mayhem playlist

So yeah, I made another playlist. I tried to get both of my favourite destruction genres mashed up, so I hope it won’t clash way too much.

>> spotify link 

Come on down - Zeal & Ardor
Feel good hit of the summer - Queens Of The Stone Age
Welcome to the jungle - Guns ‘N Roses
Killing in the name - Rage Against The Machine
Road of resistance - BABYMETAL
Do what I say - Clawfinger
Hitchin’ a ride - Green Day
Brianstorm - Arctic Monkeys
Toxicity - System Of A Down
It’s getting boring by the sea - Blood Red Shoes
Mayhem - Halestorm (Thanks anon for the suggestion!)
Hot squash - Pulled Apart By Horses
Ouh là là - Juniore
Last man standing - All Good Things
Off & on - Findlay
Magick - Klaxons
Shrinking universe - Muse
The negative sex - IAMX
Forgotten - Linkin Park
Crash tactics - 65daysofstatic
Not for want of trying - Maybeshewill
8-bit trauma - Cristobal Tapia De Veer
The dark one - Anamanaguchi
Roller mobster - Carpenter Brut
Rampage - Kavinsky
She swallowed burning coals - El Tigr3
Le perv - Carpenter Brut

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THE SISTERS BLACK (Harry Potter Saga)

Bellatrix, Andromeda, Narcissa.

Missile Technology Fired At Malaria's Heart

by Michael Keller

There may be a new weapon emerging in the fight against malaria. Researchers say they have successfully used a heat-seeking detector normally employed as part of an anti-tank weapon to quickly sense the parasite in blood during the earliest stages of infection.

Researchers at Australia’s Monash University and the University of Melbourne used an advanced imaging sensor originally developed for the shoulder-fired Javelin missile system, which is used by soldiers and Marines against tanks, helicopters or buildings.

“Our test detects malaria at its very early stages, so that doctors can stop the disease in its tracks before it takes hold and kills. We believe this sets the gold standard for malaria testing,” said Monash chemist Bayden Wood in a statement.

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