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- The last full moon of the year 2020 was actually the 13th full moon of the year. Twelve months and 13 full moons – that’s so 2020. The last full moon has many names, but seasonally it’s best known as the Wolf Moon, Gordon Johnston explains in his recent NASA blog. “By season, as the first full Moon of winter, the Algonquin tribes of what is now the northern and eastern United States named this the Wolf Moon, from the packs of wolves that howled hungrily outside the villages amid the cold and deep snows of winter,” he said. Because it’s the full moon closest to our recent Winter Solstice on Dec. 21, this week’s moon is also known as the Long Night Moon, marking the time of year when we have our shortest days and our longest and darkest nights. “The moon was in the sky for a total of 15 hours 27 minutes, with 14 hours 31 minutes of this when the sun is down, making Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning, Dec. 29 to 30, 2020, the longest full Moon night of the year,” he said.
- A juvenile rhino with thick hazel-coloured hair and the horn, found next to the carcass was discovered in permafrost deposits by river Tirekhtyakh in the Abyisky ulus (district) of the Republic of Sakha, Artic Yakutia. The radiocarbon analysis’ll define when it lived, the most likely range of dates is between 20,000 and 50,000 years ago.
- Mass death of crows in India amid COVID-19 pandemic. Health officials have admitted that a large number of crows infected with avian flu were found dead in the area around Radi in Jhalawar district.
- Thanks in large part to Covid lockdowns, this year has left vast wreckage in its wake. Up to 40 million people could face eviction in the coming months for failing to pay rent, and Americans report that their mental health is at record low levels. But the casualty list for 2020 must also include many of the political myths that shape Americans’ lives. Perhaps the biggest myth to die this year was that Americans’ constitutional rights are safeguarded by the Bill of Rights.
- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s father Stanley confirmed plans on Thursday to seek French citizenship as the free movement of Britons in the EU comes to an end under the Brexit pact. “It’s not a question of becoming French. If I understand correctly I am French! My mother was born in France, her mother was completely French as was her grandfather. For me it’s a question of obtaining what I already have and I am very happy about that,” the 80-year-old added.
- The former CIA director said it’s “presumptuous and arrogant” to think that there are no other lifeforms than those on Earth. Ex-head of the Central Intelligence Agency John Brennan stated recently some of the phenomena we’re going to observe would continue to be unexplained. He explained these phenomena might be some phenomenon that’s the result of something unknown to our knowledge, and that could involve some activity that some might think constitutes an extraterrestrial life.
- [Puppet] is a code with deeper meaning than many can understand yet. A Puppet can seem alive without being alive…Fantasy land. Epstein was a liability to people like John Roberts, so they did what they did. White Hats had all they needed. They don’t fake murders or jailbreaks. ~ Kabamur
- German church finally says sorry for ‘bleeding wound of witch burning’. David Crossland, Berlin. The flames of Europe’s persecution of witches blazed fiercely in the Bavarian city of Eichstätt where an estimated 400 innocent people were tortured and executed for consorting with the devil. About 25,000 people, mainly women but also men and children, were burnt at the stake in German lands between the 15th and 18th centuries. Across Europe, including Britain, about 60,000 died. After 400 years of near silence from the local catholic diocese, Bishop Gregor Maria Hanke has described it as a “bleeding wound in the history of our church”.
- Astronomy 2021: Top Events for the Coming Year
Eclipses, meteor showers, occultations and more in store for the next year of astronomy 2021.
Starting in January: mutual eclipse season for Jupiter’s moons.
April 17th: An occultation of Mars by the Moon.
May 26th: A total lunar eclipse.
June 10th: An annular solar eclipse.
June 23rd: Mars crosses the Beehive cluster (M44).
August 12th: The Perseid meteors peak.
August 18th: A close conjunction of Mars and Mercury.
October 10th: Taurid fireball season peaks.
November 19th: A partial lunar eclipse.
December 4th: A total solar eclipse.
Eclipse Action: 2021 contains the minimum number of eclipses that can occur in a calendar year with four: two solar and two lunar.
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“While the elites created extravagant temples and sacrificial altars to the negative ETs they worshiped, indigenous cultures around the world made simple rock paintings depicting benevolent star friends and family. “
Objects, including spacecraft, could pierce through the universe using several black holes as a ‘shortcut’, a new study suggests. The study in its entirety will see the light of day in the upcoming issue of the Journal of Modern Physics D, though an abstract has been available since early October.
Physics uses a standard model to explain and understand how the world is connected. The standard model is a theory that describes all the particles scientists are familiar with.
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