News Burst 1 December 2020 - Live Feed

News Burst 1 December 2020

News Burst 1 December 2020 – Live Feed​. By Disclosure News.

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News Burst 1 December 2020 – Featured News

  • The US Department of Justice has expanded rules governing executions to permit a wider rage of methods, including firing squads and electrocution. The amended rule was entered into the Federal Register on Friday, permitting the government “greater flexibility” to carry out capital punishment using any method “prescribed by the law of the state in which [a] sentence was imposed.” While lethal injection remains the most common means of execution — and previously the only one permitted under federal regulations — the new rule will accommodate states that allow for alternative methods, including death by electrocution, nitrogen gas, hanging or firing squad.


  • Tens of thousands of critics of a proposed security law that would restrict the filming of police officers protested across France on Saturday. The mood was largely peaceful, however, as dozens of rallies took place against a provision of the law that would make it a crime to publish photos or video of on-duty police officers with the intent of harming their “physical or psychological integrity.” Civil liberties groups, journalists, and people who have faced police abuse are concerned that the measure will stymie press freedoms and allow police brutality to go undiscovered and unpunished


  • An increase in women being diagnosed with depression is partly behind a significant rise in prescriptions of the antidepressant sertraline – sold under the brand name Zoloft – which is in the list of Australia’s most commonly prescribed drugs. The director of the Monash Alfred psychiatry research centre, Prof Jayashri Kulkarni said she was concerned people were being prescribed sertraline too readily, without also attending psychology sessions. Medication alone was often not enough to reliably treat depression in the long term, she said.


  • Bitcoin price accelerated soaring above last week’s highs and the record intraday high from Dec 2017 gettibg closer to 20K.


  • Pakistan’s lonely elephant Kaavan arrived in Cambodia by cargo plane on Monday (Nov 30) to start a new life with fellow pachyderms at a local sanctuary.


  • Most of the public toilets in Bajura district headquarters, Martadi, are in poor state. As a result, human excreta is a common sight in Martadi, which was declared an open defecation free zone six years ago. Some of the toilets are in dilapidated condition while others are poorly managed and are hardly used. Lack of usable public lavatory has affected traders and customers. As public facilities are in poor state, people either use toilets of hotels and restaurants or are simply obliged to relieve themselves in the open.


  • Dozens of leaked documents from Amazon’s Global Security Operations Center reveal the company’s reliance on Pinkerton operatives to spy on warehouse workers and the extensive monitoring of labor unions, environmental activists, and other social movements. The documents show Amazon analysts closely monitor the labor and union-organizing activity of their workers throughout Europe, as well as environmentalist and social justice groups on Facebook and Instagram. They also indicate, and an Amazon spokesperson confirmed, that Amazon has hired Pinkerton operatives to gather intelligence on warehouse workers.


  • The most prominent leaders of Thai anti-government protests presented themselves at a police station on Monday to hear charges of insulting the monarchy of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, but said they would not be deterred from their demonstrations. It is the first time in more than two years that anyone has been charged with lese majeste, Article 112 in the Thai criminal code, which can mean a jail sentence of up to 15 years. “112 is an unjust law. I don’t give it any value,” rights lawyer and protest leader Arnon Nampa told reporters. “I am ready to fight in the justice system.”


  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday resisted calls for the repeal of farm reforms that have ignited the biggest protests by farmers in years around the national capital, saying they were being misled and that deregulation would benefit them. Thousands of people from the big farming state of Punjab were camped out on the outskirts of Delhi for a fifth day demanding that they be allowed to stage protests in the city center against the new laws that open up India’s tightly regulated farm produce market. Farmers who could earlier sell grains and other products only at neighboring government-regulated wholesale markets can now sell them across the country, including to big food processing companies and retailers such as WalMart.


  • Facebook just found out that its super-duper censoring algorithm also banned advertisements from some struggling businesses, mistaking them as hate speech. Ruth Harrigan, who advertises on Facebook to sell her honey and beeswax-based products, told Bloomberg she thought she missed out on an estimated $5,000 in revenue after Facebook mistakenly banned her ads right before black Friday.


  • The Central Economic Committee Deputy Head Cao Duc Phat stressed that developing a materials industry is an important issue for all countries, especially ones promoting industrialization and modernization, and integrating more deeply into the world economy. “We must not import nearly all input materials for industrial, agricultural production and other fields. If we continue to do this, our production costs will be higher than our rivals and Vietnam will turn into an outsourcing economy,” Phat said. When the world market fluctuated because of Covid-19, the enterprises relying on import materials faced serious difficulties.


  • Vietnam saw a 46 percent rise in the volume of domestic solid waste in the 2010-2019 period, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. The ministry reported that in 2019, urban areas across the country released about 35,624 tonnes of domestic solid waste a day, while rural areas discharged 28,394 tonnes a day. It calculated that in some provinces and cities such as Quang Ninh, Binh Thuan, Ninh Thuan, Binh Duong, Ho Chi Minh City and Tien Giang, each resident released over 1 kilogramme of waste per day. The domestic solid waste collection rate was estimated at around 92 percent in urban areas in 2019, while the rate in rural areas was only 66 percent.
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News Burst 1 December 2020 - Maiji Mountain

Gansu Province

Aerial photo taken on Nov. 29, 2020 shows a view of the Maiji Mountain Grottoes in Tianshui, northwest China’s Gansu Province. The Maiji Mountain Grottoes is one of the four most famous grottoes in China with 221 caves preserved at present.

News Burst 1 December 2020 – Bonus Video

TR-3B Captured in Italy

Is this a tr-3b that we’re looking at right now? The video was recorded in Asti, Italy, the information on the board showed information about a road accident/obstruction of traffic and suddenly he saw narrowing on the road and on the right side a triangular object he thinks it’s a TR-3B. He says the area is full of police about 400 meters away they were fully armed. There was no accident, he said, there was nothing going on except a lot of police and they were fully armed and they directed the traffic to everybody to leave the area as fast as possible. He said later when he started he saw the object through his windshield about three to four hundred meters from him, it had a coating of a wave just like the movie predator. He says you can see everything as if it were kind of transparent but it had this cloaking imagery about it. He says he went and returned to the area about 20 minutes and after coming back to the location the thing was gone and all the police were vacated from the premises. He went back to the exact same spot where he filmed this in the daytime and we don’t see any mountains or anything that would indicate that these were lights on a hill.

International TR3Bs? Think again.

International TR3Bs? Think again. Why would secret US Military Craft light up to be seen and recorded by civilians worldwide? Does it defeat the point? Is it an act of war? Secret Military doesn’t want to be seen but our Friends (like the Arcturians) do. Kabamur

News Burst 1 December 2020 – Solar Activity

News Burst 1 December 2020 CME 29 Nov 2020

Possible CME Impact

A CME launched by yesterday’s M4.4-class solar flare might sideswipe Earth’s magnetic field on Dec. 1-2, according to NOAA analysts. The glancing blow, if it occurs, is expected to cause no more than minor G1-class geomagnetic storms with auroras over high-northern latitudes. At first it appeared that the CME would completely miss Earth. However, NOAA analysts believe that the outskirts of the cloud might deliver a glancing blow to Earth’s magnetic field on Dec. 1-2. If so, the impact could spark a minor G1-class geomagnetic storm with auroras over northern countries such as Canada, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The hidden sunspot that produced this major event will rotate onto the Earthside of the sun during the next 24 hours or so. Then its ability to spark geomagnetic storms will be greatly increased.

News Burst 1 December 2020 – Earthquakes

Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above

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News Burst 7 May 2021 – Get The News!

News Burst 7 May 2021 – Get The News!

[Twitter Slowly Dying] Twitter rolls out AI-powered “offensive-tweets prompt” to reduce “potentially harmful or offensive” replies. No word from the platform if the data on “bad speech” is also tracked and saved for future use or what else is being analyzed by the speech-AI.

News Burst 6 May 2021 – Get The News!

News Burst 6 May 2021 – Get The News!

British supermarkets, food suppliers, and manufacturers have warned politicians in Brazil that goods from the country will be banned in the UK if a law propelling deforestation in the Amazon is passed. Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Aldi, Lidl, M&S, Co-op, and Waitrose – among other companies – wrote an open letter on 5 May to the deputies and senators of the National Congress of Brazil.

News Burst 5 May 2021 – Get The News!

News Burst 5 May 2021 – Get The News!

Parts of China’s Long March 5b Rocket are falling back to the Earth and are feared may land on an inhabited area, The Guardian reported, citing Jonathan McDowell, astrophysicist at the Astrophysics Centre at Harvard University. Judging by its orbit, it may hit the ground around 10 May anywhere in an expansive area ranging from as far north as New York, Madrid, and Beijing and to as far south as Chile and New Zealand.

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