Friday the 13th is an unlucky day in many countries, but where does this superstition come from?
It’s Friday the 13th. Are you feeling lucky? If not, you’re not alone. Friday the 13th is considered to be an unlucky day in many countries, with many people going out of their way to avoid taking any risks on this day. However, the superstition surrounding Friday the 13th is actually much older than most people think and has a surprising history.
What does Friday mean?
Friday is derived from Frigga, a Germanic goddess who was also associated with love and marriage. This might explain why some people consider it to be a lucky day for lovers.
Why is Friday considered unlucky?
““Because it’s the thirteenth day of the week.”
““Because there are thirteen people at a table.”
““Because Jesus was crucified on a Friday.”
All of these reasons have led to Friday being considered an unlucky day throughout history.
The Prime Minister’s match was scheduled for today, but it was canceled.
Today’s PMQs was canceled due to the government shutdown. The last time a PMQs session was canceled was in 2011, when a fire alarm went off in the House of Commons. In both cases, the sessions were rescheduled for later in the week.
There are a few reasons why PMQs could be canceled, but none of them are particularly good. The first is that it might be because of a security threat. There have been several threats against Parliament and its members over the past few years, including one against Jeremy Corbyn in 2018. Another reason could be if there is not enough support for a motion to pass through Parliament or if there is no leader to speak on behalf of their party.
Why wasn’t Drs available in today’s match?
“Dr”, or Doctor Who, is not available on Netflix today because it is no longer being produced. Dr Who has been running since 1963 and had its final episode broadcast on December 9th 2017.
The crash occurred in the early hours of October 27th, when the spacecraft was traveling to the Moon.
A SpaceX rocket carrying a crew capsule that could take astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) has crashed during a test flight, according to NASA. The Crew Dragon vehicle suffered an anomaly during its first test flight on Thursday, which ended with it crashing into the Atlantic Ocean. There were no injuries reported as a result of the incident and all personnel were accounted for.
Luna was due to reach the Moon’s orbit on October 28th, but suffered an anomaly at approximately 2:55am ET (7:55am GMT). SpaceX said that there had been an “anomaly on board” but that its teams were still investigating what happened. A spokesman for Nasa confirmed that it had been tracking debris from the launch and had subsequently lost contact with Luna. It is not yet clear whether any of the debris has landed in any populated areas.
What is SpaceX?
SpaceX is a private space exploration company founded by Elon Musk in 2002. It specialises in space transport services and was responsible for sending 12 commercial satellites into orbit from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Wednesday morning. This is just one of many launches planned by SpaceX this year as part of its $1 billion contract with Nasa.