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- Sigurdur Ingi Thordarson, a major witness in the US Department of Justice case against Julian Assange, has admitted to fabricating key accusations in the indictment against the WikiLeaks founder concerning his alleged hacking activities in Iceland, according to the Icelandic newspaper Stundin. Commenting on the development, Edward Snowden tweeted on 26 June that “this is the end of the case against Julian Assange”.
- The New York City Democratic mayoral primary descended into chaos on Tuesday night when the city’s Board of Elections backpedalled on the newly released tally of votes citing a “discrepancy” triggering concerns about possible “mismanagement”. The mayoral race tightened on Tuesday with Eric Adams, an African American retired police officer and the 18th borough president of Brooklyn, Kathryn Garcia, the city’s former sanitation chief, and Maya Wiley, a former MSNBC analyst, ranking first, second and third, respectively. The primary election to choose the Big Apple’s new mayor was held a week ago with preliminary results showing Adams leading by 10 points. On Tuesday, the gap between Adams and Garcia appeared to slump to two percentage points or 15,908 votes. However, the 29 June tabulation suddenly showed an additional 140,000 ballots since Election Day, which prompted the Brooklyn borough president to raise the alarm over alleged voter irregularities. “The vote total just released by the Board of Elections is 100,000-plus more than the total announced on election night, raising serious questions”, Adams’ statement read. “We have asked the Board of Elections to explain such a massive increase and other irregularities before we comment on the Ranked Choice Voting projection”.
- The former US president, Donald Trump, will join Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott on a Wednesday tour of portions of the US-Mexico border to call attention to what they refer to as an immigration ‘crisis’ in the region. Trump and Abbott will reportedly visit an area around the Texas border town of Edinburg, a headquarters of what US immigration enforcement has dubbed the Rio Grande Valley sector, a longtime hotspot for the seasonal immigration surge.
- Danyal Hussein, 19, from Blackheath, south London, he is accused of murdering two sisters after signing a contract with a demon to “sacrifice” women in returning for winning the National Lottery. Oliver Glasgow QC said at his home police found a handwritten contract with a demon called Lucifuge Rofocale. The prosecutor said: “He promised to sacrifice women in order to win the lottery and not to be suspected of the crimes he had committed. It would appear that the defendant had confidence that his plan would work since following the fatal attacks upon Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman, the defendant purchased several lottery tickets.”
- Scientists from the University of Kiel, Germany, have discovered what has been dubbed patient zero of the Black Death, which is estimated to have killed up to half of Europe’s population between 1347 and 1351. According to the findings of their study, published this week in the journal Cell Reports, the oldest strain of bubonic plague was found in the remains of a young man, who lived in present-day Latvia. The discovery suggests that the infectious disease began infecting humans about 7,000 years ago, when agriculture began evolving in Europe. Researchers say that the ancient strain of bubonic plague was less contagious and virulent than the one that killed millions of people in Europe and Asia.
- The Swiss government has said it wants to buy 36 F-35A fighter jets from American manufacturer Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin beat other contenders for the contract, including the multinational Eurofighter built by Italy’s Leonardo, the Rafale from French company Dassault, and the Super Hornet from US manufacturer Boeing. In its statement on Wednesday, the Swiss government also revealed it had decided to purchase the Patriot surface-to-air missile system from another US manufacturer, Raytheon, which beat competition from France’s Eurosam. “The Federal Council is confident that these two systems are the most suitable for protecting the Swiss population from air threats in the future,” the government’s statement read.
- In Britain, Oxfam is best known for its high-street charity shops that sell overpriced second-hand clothes. In Haiti, it’s a very different story. There, Oxfam is most associated with serious sexual misconduct. In the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake that claimed 220,000 lives, injured 300,000 and left 1.5 million people destitute, male aid workers brought girls, some reported to be below the age of consent, to their Oxfam-funded accommodation for parties described as being “like a Caligula orgy with prostitutes in Oxfam T-shirts.” Oxfam is now keen to rehabilitate its image. The starting point for the survey is that “whiteness” is “the overarching preservation of power and domination for the benefit of white people”. It just so happens that 88% of the people employed by Oxfam in the UK are white – and they haven’t taken too kindly to being accused of racism simply because of the colour of their skin. Not that long ago, Oxfam was synonymous with middle-class, left-wing worthiness. Its shop staff were the kind of sandal-wearing vegans who email their friends at Christmas to say they won’t be sending cards but have instead bought a goat for a family in Kashmir. In other words, Oxfam employees are far more likely to be suffering from white guilt than seeking to enact white supremacism.
- Russian communications watchdog Roskomnadzor has opened an administrative case against Google, after the US tech giant failed to comply with a law obliging foreign companies to keep all data on Russian users on Russian territory. Google faces a fine of up to six million rubles ($82,060) if the regulator finds against it. Roskomnadzor also said that it’s currently awaiting a response from Facebook and Twitter, after these platforms were told to localize Russian user data by July 1, or face fines. The measure comes as part of the country’s campaign to establish control over Big Tech activities. Russia has been slowing down the work of Twitter for more than three months. The punitive measure came after the administration of the micro-blogging platform refused to delete illegal content at the request of the regulator.
- Mathilde Cohen might be a law professor at the University of Connecticut in the US, but graduated from the Sorbonne in Paris. Ms Cohen stares through her kitchen window in a video postulating her theory on French food and race, as part of a seminar organised by Sciences Po Paris and the University of Nanterre. “I’d like to tell you about the idea of food whiteness in French culture,” she says. “By this, I mean the use of food to reinforce whiteness as a dominant racial identity. The French meal is often presented as the national ritual to which every citizen can participate equally. But French food ways are shaped by white middle- and upper-class norms … and the boundaries of whiteness are policed through daily food encounters.” In response, radio journalist David Abiker made a useful suggestion to French chefs everywhere: they should take to the knee in their kitchens and “beat themselves with their whisks.”
- Former US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, one of the main architects of the Iraq war, has died at the age of 88, his family has announced. Serving under President George W Bush, he was a leading proponent of the administration’s “war on terror”. Reacting to the news, President Bush described Mr Rumsfeld as “a very good man”. He died at his home in the town of Taos, New Mexico.
- SpaceX’s satellite internet network, Starlink, should have roughly 500,000 users within the next 12 months, Elon Musk said at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) conference on Tuesday. SpaceX’s current goal, Musk said, is to beam broadband internet to most of the planet by August. The internet network, in the midst of an open beta phase, has launched more than 1,700 satellites to low-Earth orbit since 2018 and recently surpassed a “strategically significant” benchmark of 69,420 active users, Musk told MWC. He said Starlink is already running in 12 countries and expanding. “We’re I think on our way to having a few hundred thousand users, possibly over 500,000 users within 12 months,” he added.
The Gravity Shield Conspiracy
“It is unfortunate that these fine superconducting specimens were never used in the desired experiments.” – Dr. Ning Li
Memory Holes are often utilized by the different world governments to hide public research which they feel should be classified and hidden from the public. Next generation technologies which have clear military and strategic application are always the first projects to be memory holed and classified. Governments engaged in hiding science and technology from the public are a huge hinder to our scientific progress as a species. While public research stagnates, military research grows and develops technologies which the general populace can just dream about.
In 1991, physicist Dr. Ning Li began publishing a series of papers claiming that she had discovered a practical method for producing anti-gravity type effects by using a superconducting disk.
In 1992, material scientist Dr. Eugene Podkletnov published a paper in Physica C claiming to have created a gravity modifaction effect using a spinning superconducting disk. He had independently stumbled across this anomalous effect when he noticed tobacco smoke formed a column above a ceramic superconductor he was experimenting with.
In 1996, Dr. Podkletnov was accepted to a scientific journal to publish a peer-reviewed follow-up to his 1992 claim, but withdrew his paper at the last moment and subsequently left his lab position and job at his University.
In 1996, NASA created the Research and Technology 1996 document showcasing their advanced research of which much is now classified. In the subsection titled “Superconductor Interactions with Gravity”, NASA Scientist Ron Koczor cites Dr. Podklenov and Dr. Li Ning in a summary of the 1996 understanding of gravity shield research. Ron Koczor then discusses an agreement between NASA and Dr. Ning Li to further NASA’s understanding of gravity shields.
In 1997, NASA announces their Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Research Program, citing Dr. Podkletnov’s spinning superconductor research.
In 1997, Dr. Ning Li puts out a paper essentially refuting her own previous anti-gravity claims.
In 1998, NASA begins to scrub their website of information, papers, and documents that discuss Dr. Ning Li and Dr. Podkletnov.
In 1999, Dr. Ning Li left her University research position to found the company AC Gravity LLC. which was subsequently awarded nearly $450,000 from the Department of Defense to continue anti-gravity research.
In 2000, Dr. Ning Li published the NCC8-124 report summarizing four years of anti-gravity research she did while partnered with NASA. She claimed success in learning to fabricate superconducting disks, but notes that the disks were never used for experiments.
In 2020, Dr. Podkletnov claimed in an interview with Tim Ventura that in the 1990s he was brought in to help Dr. Ning Li and NASA replicate his experiments, but NASA ran out of money right before the anti-gravity experiments were set to begin. The Department of Defense showed up shortly after NASA ran out of money, confiscated all of the experiments, and finally transfered all of the research to Dr. Ning Li.
In 2021, The U.S. Government publishes verified videos of anti-gravity vehicles performing high performance maneuvers.
As of 2021, Dr. Ning Li’s whereabouts are unknown. She continues to renew her AC Gravity LLC. company every year amidst rumors that she has returned to China to continue her anti-gravity research.
Both Dr. Ning Li and Dr. Podkletnov began publishing papers about anti-gravity and gravity shields in the early 1990s.
Both Dr. Ning Li and Dr. Podkletnov discredit themselves in academia in 1996/1997.
NASA begins recruiting scientists for their Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Research Program in 1996/1997.
NASA begins removing information about Dr. Ning Li and Dr. Podkletnov from their website in 1998.
By the year 2000, Both Dr. Ning Li and Dr. Podkletnov end up working for NASA to develop gravity shielding experiments.
After 2000, Dr. Ning Li takes the experiments from NASA, begins work with the DOD, then continues anti-gravity research for the military.
In 2021, the US Government releases “tic tac” video footage of vehicles seemingly maneuvering using anti-gravity propulsion.
Dr. Ning Li has been busy.
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