News Burst 31 January 2020

News Burst 31 January 2020

News Burst 31 January 2020. By Disclosure News.

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News Burst 31 January 2020

  • Air France has acquiesced to its employees demands and confirmed that it’s suspending all flights to and from the Chinese mainland, joining a host of other airlines who have done the same thing.
  • Tamil Nadu, India: 78 people back from China under house quarantine amid coronavirus fears.
  • Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said he had signed a decree to close Russia’s border in the Far East as part of the effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus from China.
  • [Soft Disclosure – Lifting the cover] A new study led by Washington University in St. Louis has identified evidence of ancient interstellar material that pre-dates our Solar System inside a section of the Allende meteorite, a space rock crashed into Earth in 1969, ending a journey that lasted billions of years. These traces, called pre-solar grains, are a rare find in themselves, but what makes the study so eye-opening is that they were found in a place and form science didn’t believe was even possible.
  • [Soft Disclosure – Lifting the cover] According to the media outlet, the team sought to confirm a theory brought forth in 1966 by two Caltech scientists who postulated that the presence of the thin carbon dioxide atmosphere on Mars, first detected by the Mariner IV spacecraft, could be explained by the existence of “a long-term stable polar deposit of CO2 ice” on the planet that would “control global atmospheric pressure”.

 

  • Russia’s outbound travel business may lose from 500 mln rubles ($7.9 mln) to 700 mln rubles ($11 mln) due to suspended sales of package tours to China unless the situation stabilizes by March.
  • The outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic in China has shaken the global asset markets—and with good reason. The coronavirus has the potential of being the ‘trigger’ which will push the world into a global depression. [Translation: Reset]
  • In the past 30 years, the “Top 1%” has bought $1.2 trillion in stocks; the “Bottom 99%” has sold $1 trillion.
  • Russia is counting on the resolution of problems related to the quality of bananas shipped from Ecuador. “The Russian sanitary and phytosanitary authorities had serious and well-grounded fears because Quito had not taken effective measures to comply with the EAEU [Eurasian Economic Union] standards of products delivered to our market.”
  • Air traffic between China and Italy blocked as first two coronavirus cases confirmed.

 

  • The wreck of the legendary steamer SS Cotopaxi, which disappeared while traversing the Bermuda Triangle in 1925, has been found off the Florida coast. When the 47-foot steam ship SS Cotopaxi set sail from Charleston, South Carolina, bound for Havana, Cuba, on November 29, 1925, it was the last anyone saw of the vessel. The ship and its 32 crew members disappeared, and no trace of them was found for nearly a century.
  • A nurse was arrested by German police earlier this week on suspicion of attempted manslaughter after it was alleged that she administered morphine diluted in milk to five premature babies at a medical center late last year. Hospital staff went into high alert after five premature newborns, aged between a day and a month old, began to experience life-threatening breathing difficulties around the same time.
  • 23 children were rescued late Thursday night in Uttar Pradesh, India. The kidnapper, Subhash Batham, called the children for a birthday party and held them hostage in the basement of the house. He has been killed by the police.
  • US health officials said on Thursday they have identified the first case of a person who had caught the 2019 Novel Coronavirus from another person on American soil, a man who contracted the illness from his wife.

 

 

2019 nCov Summary

  • First human-to-human transmission confirmed in US
  • 7,921 confirmed cases worldwide, 170 fatalities
  • South Korea confirms first human-to-human transmission
  • China reported largest one-day jump in fatalities on Wednesday with
  • Hong Kong warns of surgical mask shortage
  • Russia closes border
  • 6,000 quarantined aboard Italian cruise ship
  • Thailand leads with most cases outside China (14)
  • Chinese national hospitalized and quarantined in York
  • Virus arrives in India, Philippines
  • Air France suspends flights to/from mainland
  • IMF now monitoring crisis as economic fears grow
  • State Department authorizes personnel to evacuate China

 

Weekely Asteroid

  • 2020 BZ4 2020-Jan-31 5.7 Lunar Distance 9 km/s 11 m.
  • 2017 AE5 2020-Feb-01 13.6 Lunar Distance 9 km/s 123 m.
  • 2013 BA74 2020-Feb-04 3.7 Lunar Distance 7.4 km/s 28 m.

 

Sun Activity

A minor stream of solar wind is buffeting Earth’s magnetic field today. With wind speeds barely exceeding 400 km/s, the stream is not causing geomagnetic storms. Nevertheless, Arctic sky watchers may see an uptick in aurora activity after nightfall. spaceweather.com

 

Strongest EQ in Europe M5.6 South of Rodhos, Greece
Strongest EQ in US M4.3 Alaska
Strongest EQ on the Planet M5.8 South of Rodhos, Greece
Deepest EQ M4.3 213 km Indonesia

News Burst 31 January 2020

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