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  • Signifying an end to an era, Alphabet CEO Larry Page and President Sergey Brin are relinquishing their executive roles at Google’s parent company. Google CEO Sundar Pichai will become CEO of Alphabet, while keeping his current role at Google. In a blog post, Page and Brin said, “While it has been a tremendous privilege to be deeply involved in the day-to-day management of the company for so long, we believe it’s time to assume the role of proud parents—offering advice and love, but not daily nagging!” They added, “We’ve never been ones to hold on to management roles when we think there’s a better way to run the company.” The two cofounders will still serve on the board of directors at Alphabet and hold control voting rights over the company. They will still have a strong influence, but will not operate with official executive titles.

 

  • A study by the European Center for Law and Justice in Strasbourg has revealed several conflicts of interest between judges at the European Court of Human Rights and NGOs funded by George Soros. The study has found that, out of the 100 judges who have served on the bench of the European Court of Human Rights in the period 2009-2019, nearly a quarter (22) have strong links to George Soros’ Open Society Foundation or to NGOs like Amnesty International and others which are funded by it. Human Rights Watch, for instance, has received $100 million from the Open Society Foundation since 2010. Some of the NGOs receive so much of their budget from Soros that they are in effect wholly owned subsidiaries of his foundation. The links between the judges and the NGOs are substantial. They include working for years as members of the board of directors or executive council of these NGOs; having teaching posts at institutes funded by them; being a salaried director of programs for the Open Society Foundation or associated NGOs; and undertaking other forms of paid work for them. The full list of these links can be found on pages seven and eight of the report. A good example is that of the Bulgarian Yonko Grozev who, as leader of the Open Society Justice Initiative, defended the Pussy Riot case against Russia in 2018 before being elected as a judge of the court shortly thereafter.

 

  • A U.S. bankruptcy judge gave final approval March 10 to a $34 million settlement agreement between 93 victim-survivors of clergy sexual abuse and the Diocese of New Ulm, Minnesota, as well as parishes within the diocese. Claimants voted unanimously to approve the settlement. Judge Robert Kressel’s final approval clears the way for the 93 clergy abuse survivors to begin receiving compensation under the settlement. It also marks the end of a three-year bankruptcy process for the diocese. The diocese also has committed to 17 child protection protocols. In a statement, Bishop John M. LeVoir of New Ulm apologized for the harm abuse survivors endured and said he knows the settlement can’t make amends for all that was taken from them. The bishop said the Catholic Church is a safer place for children and young people today…

 

  • Time to reset the world, how can human beings left to live like in Mandala colony, Mumbai India. They do not have household water connections nor do they have community water standposts. Further, in this area over 6,000 people use a single toilet block and hundreds of men and children defecate in small open spaces, making social distancing, hand washing and maintaining respiratory hygiene a next to impossible task for them, which in turn makes these dwellers especially vulnerable to anything. [Ok, we know who’s WHO but..] According to water.org, over 99 million Indians lack access to safe water. Further, according to WHO, four percent of all deaths and 5.7 per cent of all disability or ill health in the world is due to poor drinking water access, unimproved sanitation and poor hygiene practices. A 2017 WHO report titled, “Forgetting to wash your hands can cost lives” states that in India and many low- and middle-income countries practicing good hand hygiene is not easy because many don’t have access to water, a toilet or soap. [And this is India, imagine Africa… Time to rethink now that we all are locked inside, let’s pull the good out of this!]

 

  • On the same day that Larry Kudlow hinted that the US fiscal stimulus has now grown in size to $2 trillion, or around 10% of US GDP, Germany’s fascination with a balanced budget, aka the “black zero” brought about by the country’s bitter memories of Weimar hyperinflation, ended with a whimper when Angela Merkel announced on Saturday that Germany would issue or guarantee debt amounting to €356 billion as part of the country’s emergency response to fight the coronavirus. The amount, which is equivalent to to 10% of the country’s GDP, is similar in size to China’s fiscal response during the global financial crisis, which at the time was 9.7% of China’s GDP.

 

  • China’s Yutu-2 lunar rover and Chang’e-4 spacecraft have whirred back to life on the far side of the Moon, with the intrepid rover boldly setting off for unexplored areas. After powering down while the Moon was hidden from the Sun, the mission has now earnestly started its 16th lunar day of work on Earth’s satellite. The lander, rover and their science payloads are all in good operating condition, despite having by now endured the harsh conditions on the lunar surface for over a year. Lunar days are roughly equivalent to one month on Earth. Yutu 2 has traveled an average of 88 feet (26.7 meters) per lunar day for the 15 days so far.

 

  • Convicted Nxivm sex cult leader Keith Raniere is getting another delay in his sentencing date — thanks to the China Virus outbreak. Raniere, who faces between 15 years to life in prison for his conviction on charges that include racketeering and sex trafficking, was scheduled to be sentenced at an April 16 hearing. But on Wednesday a federal judge approved a request to move the proceedings to May 21. Raniere was convicted on his charges last June, while several top members of his group copped to guilty pleas before they could face a jury.

 

  • Africa’s cases of the China Virus rose above 1,000 on Saturday while two heads of state appeared to defy their own travel restrictions to attend another president’s inauguration. Angola announced its first cases, meaning at least 40 of Africa’s 54 countries are now affected.

 

  • Connected celebrity comms & analysis for the day, Ellen DeGenres posted with 5 spades. D-a-v-i-d = 5 letters, spades = Spade. In the video the 5 spades is on top already (planned). She shuffles the card almost pick another but she can not let 5 spade card go. David Spade posts on twitter “talk to us Hanks” because Tom’s last twitter post was March 17 – he’s done dark. Since darkness his son posted a video AND toms sister has now spoken up today giving us an update. Why cant Tom update us if hes in quarantine at home doing nothing… No updates from Tom, theyre getting scared because they’re wondering what happened to Tom and what will happen to them.

 

  • French law enforcers have slapped fines on tens of thousands of uncooperative citizens, less than a week after the government introduced restrictions on non-essential travel and business. The Ministry of Interior disclosed on Saturday that police across the country had carried out 867,695 inspections to ensure that people using transport or participating in other restricted activities had good reason to do so. As a result, cops reported some 38,994 instances of non-compliance resulting in fines between Tuesday and Friday. French authorities have also warned that they will become stricter with enforcement going forward. Some of the fines were reportedly issued to homeless people in Paris, Lyon and Bayonne, according to an advocacy group for the disadvantaged. However, the group did not disclose how many people living on the streets have been penalized for violating the lockdown.

 

  • Widespread speculation that the summer Olympic Games will have to be postponed moved up a notch after the head of the International Olympic Committee suggested for the first time that a delay might be inevitable in the face of the global outbreak of the China Virus.

 

  • An aircraft carrying 35 people returning to Namibia from coronavirus-hit Europe landed this morning at Hosea Kutako International Airport. The aeroplane belonged to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines which is the flag carrier airline of The Netherlands. The passengers, who were flown from the Netherlands to Namibia, included Namibians and residence permit holders. The health ministry said the passengers were screened in the aeroplane and when they landed at the airport. The ministry’s executive director, Ben Nangombe, said immigration formalities were done on the plane and when the passengers disembarked they were taken directly to buses which took them to an isolation facility. “We are not allowing any other people to come in, the only reason why they came is because they are either Namibians or hold residence permits. We cannot deny them entry if they want to come home.”

 

  • A severe cold wave is going to come back to the Mediterranean bringing wintery sceneries on the way. We will start to feel the first effects on Sunday, March 22nd, when it will begin to get worse with the first showers and a sensible drop in temperatures. that happens because of a strong high-pressure bridge that is currently moving towards the Scandinavian and the Baltic sea. Consequently, cold air, first of Arctic origin, then from Siberia, will start to come down along its right edge, crossing the east Europe and reaching the Balkans. Therefore, the next week will be quite unsettled and the mild temperatures of these last days will be a good memory. Moreover, the cold wave will reach a peak between Tuesday, March 24th, and Wednesday, March 25th, with wind gusts up to 100km/h over the Adriatic and heavy snowfalls up to sea level over the Adriatic regions. It won’t be a good thing for the agriculture and the spread of China Virus.

 

 

Sun Activity

Solar Minimum is not as quiet as you think. On March 20th, something exploded on the farside of the sun. The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) saw the debris flying over the sun’s eastern limb. The blast site was hidden from view, so we don’t know what exploded. It probably wasn’t a sunspot. Sunspots have been extremely scarce for the past two years. More likely, a filament of magnetism became unstable and erupted, hurling bits of itself and surrounding plasma into space. IMG Link

Sunspot number: 0
Spotless Days
Current Stretch: 11 days
2020 total: 61 days (75%)

 

Active Weather

A severe cold wave is going to come back to the Mediterranean bringing winter scenery on the way. We will start to feel the first effects on Sunday, March 22nd, when it will begin to get worse with the first showers and a sensible drop in temperatures. that happens because of a strong high-pressure bridge that is currently moving towards the Scandinavian and the Baltic sea. Consequently, cold air, first of Arctic origin, then from Siberia, will start to come down along its right edge, crossing the east Europe and reaching the Balkans. Therefore, the next week will be quite unsettled and the mild temperatures of these last days will be a good memory. Moreover, the cold wave will reach a peak between Tuesday, March 24th, and Wednesday, March 25th, with wind gusts up to 100 km/h over the Adriatic and heavy snowfalls up to sea level over the Adriatic regions. It won’t be a good thing for the agriculture and the spread of China Virus.

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Whale sharks are sharks, not whales, although they can be as large as whales! They’re the biggest fish in the world and can grow up to 40 feet long and weight up to 20,000 pounds. Whale sharks have distinctive markings on their backs that are unique for each individual, just like a human fingerprint. Generally, whale sharks travel alone in depths around 150 feet. However, sometimes they can be spotted in groups, like during their seasonal migrations or when there are large plankton blooms (their food of choice).

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