News Burst 1 May 2021
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- The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) are working together on The Mars Sample Return Campaign in an effort to bring precious rocks and soil to Earth for detailed tests. They plan to launch a lander in 2026 to pick up samples collected by the Perseverance rover which landed on the Red planet in February. So the Martian soils – including some micro-organisms which potentially inhabit them – may end up on our planet in the next decade. According to NASA, “returning pristine samples of Mars to Earth has been a goal for generations of planetary scientists.” Dr. Gilbert Levin is not very enthusiastic about this. The engineer, who was the one investigating NASA’s Viking programme, which ran from 1975 to 1983, told the Daily Star that there is a “real chance” the Red Planet is inhabited by life forms that would leak to Earth, potentially causing a new, devastating pandemic from which we have no defence. [uuuuuu the alien invasion]
- In 1826, a mummy, believed to be discovered in the Valley of the Kings in Upper Egypt, was brought to Warsaw in a coffin initially made for a male priest, Hor-Djehuty, in the 1st century BCE. Only 190 years later, it was revealed that the mummified body actually belonged to a female. Archaeologists from Warsaw University came across an unprecedented case of an “embalmed” pregnancy when discovering that a 2,000-year-old mummy that was on display at the National Museum in Warsaw was carrying a child when she died from some unspecified causes. “For unknown reasons, the fetus was not removed from the abdomen of the deceased during mummification. That’s why this mummy is really special,” said Wojciech Ejsmond, a researcher from the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures at the Polish Academy of Sciences.
- “After measures were taken on March 10, 2021, to slow down Twitter’s traffic in the Russian Federation, the administration of the social network has removed or blocked 60% of materials with information prohibited in Russia, namely child pornography, pro-drug and suicidal content. More than 1,000 unlawful materials remain available,” the watchdog Roskomnadzor said on Friday. According to the regulator, the social network has expressed its readiness to remove or block the remaining unlawful content as a matter of priority and speed up response to Roskomnadzor’s requirements. Before the Russian watchdog took measures to limit traffic, there were over 3,000 banned materials in open access on Twitter, which made Roskomnadzor send more than 28,000 requests to Twitter for content removal since 2017.
- The European Union should avoid politicization of health-related issues and register for use a variety of vac cines, including Russia’s Sputnik V, Giovanni Toti, the president of Italy’s Liguria region, said on Wednesday.
- London City Airport has become the first major international airport to switch to a remote air traffic control tower. This means that there are no air traffic controllers in the airport, but instead, a remote-control centre in Hampshire, where air traffic controller NATS is based, is guiding the planes. This has become possible due to a new 50m-tall tower built at the airport, which is equipped with 16 high-definition cameras and sensors, which feed a 360-degree view of the airfield through a high-speed fibre connection to a control room 85 miles (137 km) away.
- The Queen has awarded Britain’s leading sex toy company Lovehoney with a top prize due to its tremendous achievements in international trade in the last six years, according to an announcement. According to Lovehoney’s chief commercial officer, Debbie Bond, the Queen has been “a wonderful supporter” of the brand in the last years, as it has grown into being “the world’s leading sexual wellness brand. Royal patronage will help us to create more jobs at our Bath headquarters and in our international offices and spread the sexual happiness message globally,” Bond told the Business Leader.
- Ghislaine Maxwell has been seen with a black eye in the first photo released by the courts since her arrest – but the heiress has claimed she doesn’t know how she got it. Maxwell, 59, appears gaunt with a bruise next to her left eye in the snap which was included in documents filed by her legal team. Her lawyers in New York claim she was accosted at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Centre by prison guards, who demanded she tell them how she got the mark on her face. The court papers said: “Despite 24/7 camera surveillance, no guard addressed the bruise until Ms Maxwell, who has no mirror, caught a reflection of her aching eye in the gleam of a nail-clipper.” Her lawyers: “Ms. Maxwell is unaware of the cause of the bruise”.
- Around 800 fishermen have taken part in rallies across South Korea in demonstrating against Japan’s decision to dump more than one million tons of supposedly treated nuclear wastewater into the sea. One fisherman, Park Re-seung, chief of Yongdu-ri fishing village, who said his father had fished in these seas and he intends for his son to follow in his footsteps, questioned Tokyo’s commitment to maintaining the health of the ocean. “Why is Japan doing this? How could they do such a bad thing against the sea? Don’t they eat fish?”
- Japanese lower-tier sumo wrestler Hibikiryu has tragically passed away aged 28, one month after injuring his head during the sport’s last grand tournament. The athlete, whose real name was Mitsuki Amano, was injured in a loss on March 26, when he collapsed in the ring, landing on his head and sustaining a concussion.
- The first aircraft with an electric motor will be demonstrated at the MAKS International Air and Space Salon, taking place on July 20-25 in Zhukovsky, Moscow Region, Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov told reporters this week. “This is what was done with the Fund of Advanced Studies – an electric airplane based on superconductivity principles,” Borisov said. The electric motor is part of the hybrid powertrain demonstrator that Russia’s Central Institute of Aviation Motors (CIAM) is developing.
- A nuclear waste storage tank at a defunct plutonium reactor in Washington state has sprung a leak, the Department of Energy said, as local officials warn the aging vessel will emit 1,300 gallons of chemicals over the next year. The leaking tank, located at the Hanford site in southeast Washington, just 8 miles west of the Columbia River, was announced on Thursday by the Energy Department. A breach in the 75-year-old storage reservoir was suspected more than a year ago but only confirmed recently, one of several decrepit tanks at the facility.
- A team of astronauts made up of Akikho Hoshide, Thomas Pesquet, Shane Kimbrough, and Megan McArthur was told that they’re about to collide with an unidentified flying object. According to reports from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), a SpaceX rocket came close to colliding with an unknown object. NASA decided to warn the crew because there would be insufficient time to execute an evasion maneuver, as the US space agency explained. As a precautionary measure, the team donned their pressurized suits. Fortunately, the collision did not happen as the UFO was 45 kilometers from the spacecraft. The astronauts reached their destination at the International Space Station (ISS) safe and sound on April 24 to join the Crew-2 mission.
- Astronomers at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics using the SRG/eROSITA all-sky survey data, found two previously quiescent galaxies that now show quasi-periodic eruptions. The nuclei of these galaxies light up in X-rays every few hours, reaching peak luminosities comparable to that of an entire galaxy.The origin of this pulsating behavior is unclear. A possible cause is a faint star or white dwarf orbiting too close to the central black hole, where tidal forces can begin to shred the stellar object apart. When a star comes too close to a very supermassive black hole with a mass exceeding 100 million solar masses, the black hole’s tidal forces completely disrupt the star in single passing. Such tidal disruption events produce powerful luminous transients that are sometimes mistaken for supernovae, and they never repeat as the star is completely destroyed.
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The government has been covering up the existence of UFOs because of religious objections, concerns over tarnishing its reputation and fears of inciting panic, according to Elizondo, who says he ran the program investigating ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’.
The dark forces of this planet needed to keep people ignorant of benevolent ETs because it invalidates centuries of brainwashing. The truth that we’re not alone- and some visitors are Angelic Forces and our Soul Family – is what elite cultists have been trying to hide all along. “Nephilim” was even invented to cover up visiting ET giants who were often peaceful. We are in the unveiling of truth (Apocalypse) and that’s why UFOs are in the news. ~ Kabamur
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