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  • Elon Musk seems to have officially backed out of the Twitter deal. As reported by Bloomberg, Musk sent a letter to Twitter on Friday in which he confirms that he’s “terminating the merger agreement” with the company. He also said that Twitter hasn’t “complied with its contractual obligations.” As a result, Twitter will no longer be acquired by the billionaire. The billionaire put the deal on hold as he was unhappy with the number of spam and fake Twitter accounts. Twitter’s Board of Directors said on Friday that they intend to close the transaction with Musk at $54.20 per share, and that they plan to pursue legal action to enforce the agreement, Twitter chairman of the board Bret Taylor tweeted following the news, adding that the board is “confident it will prevail in Delaware Court of Cancery.”

 

  • Switzerland is out in front with annual per capita consumption amounting to an impressive 11.6 kilograms in 2021. The country is well known for its excellent chocolate industry with Toblerone and Lindt among the most recognizable brands. Neighboring Germany is also high up on the list with 5.7 kilograms per capita, while Americans are estimated to eat 9 kilograms of chocolate per year on average. At the other end of the scale, India and China have considerably lower per-capita consumption at 1.0 and 0.2 kilograms, respectively, according to Statista.

 

  • According to the FT, Germany is now rationing hot water, dimming its street lights and shutting down swimming pools as the impact of its energy crunch begins to spread like the proverbial Ice-Nine wave, from industry to offices, leisure centers and residential homes. The reason behind Germany’s slow motion paralysis is well-known: the huge increase in gas prices triggered by Russia’s move last month to sharply reduce supplies to Germany has plunged Europe’s biggest economy into its worst energy crisis since the oil price shock of 1973 (see “What’s Unfolding In Europe In Recent Days Is A Fresh Big Negative Supply Shock”).

 

  • Legislation making its way through the US Congress will grant immunity to government employees who leak information about “unidentified aerial phenomena” – commonly known as UFOs – seeking to create a formal process for such disclosures. Introduced earlier this month by Representative Mike Gallagher (R-Wisconsin), an amendment to the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act calls to protect federal workers who reveal details of UAP sightings, regardless of any previous non-disclosure agreement “that could be interpreted as a legal constraint on reporting by a witness.” “The amendment would establish a process within the government for reporting UAPs and provide whistleblower-like protections,” Jordan Dunn, a spokesman for Gallagher, told the War Zone on Thursday.

 

  • Joe Biden’s administration has announced $400 million in new weapons aid to Ukraine, including four additional HIMARS rocket systems, and is making plans to keep supplying such hardware to Kiev for “months and years ahead.” A Pentagon official spoke of planning efforts to meet Kiev’s short- and long-term weaponry needs in a briefing to reporters on Friday. The latest round of aid will be provided under Biden’s drawdown authority, meaning it won’t require congressional approval, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

 

  • A massive rescue operation is underway at the campsite of the holy cave shrine of Amarnath in Jammu & Kashmir after flash floods caused by a rainstorm left 16 people dead and dozens of others missing. More than 15,000 pilgrims have been rescued so far from the site of the accident, officials engaged in rescue operations said on Saturday. The Indian Army and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), a paramilitary force, have been pressed into service to help the Jammu and Kashmir administration in the rescue operations.

 

  • The Friday assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was just the latest death in what has been a violent century for Japanese politicians. No less than four head statesmen have been killed by attackers, along with other political leaders. Nishikawa Shinichi, a Japanese political scientist and professor of political economy at Meiji University, told Sputnik it was “the worst incident in recent Japanese political history.” He recalled several previous incidents in the 1930s, when assassins killed Prime Minister Inukai Tsuyoshi and attempted to kill Prime Minister Keisuke Okada, but noted that in this case, “the motive is completely impossible to predict.”

 

  • Former US President Donald Trump on Saturday criticized incumbent President Joe Biden’s administration for lecturing other countries on their democracies while the rule of law is collapsing and innocent people are suffering in the United States. “We are a nation in decline. We are a failing nation. We’ve never had anything like what’s going on right now. Our country’s been knocked to its knees, humiliated before the world. Yet we presume to lecture other people and other countries on their democracies, all while the streets are flowing with the blood of innocent crime victims as we lecture others. We will not have a country left if this growing barbarism is not quickly reversed and stopped,” Trump told an election rally in the US city of Las Vegas.

 

  • “[The realm of myth and magic] is a dangerous field: fairies abound, good fairies and bad fairies, dragons and dragon-slayers, gods and goddesses, truth and untruth, history and legend, science and fiction, inextricably mixed and fused. But what has archaeology to do with it, you will say? Archaeology is concerned with bones and flints, with pots and pans and post-holes, with stone and metal, in short, with the material remains and spades to dig them up with.” ~ F.J. Tritsch, “Myth, Magic and Archaeology”

 

  • Spanish law enforcement officers seized a painting that might be a Pablo Picasso original at Ibiza International Airport, Diario de Ibiza reported on Saturday. According to the news outlet, the passenger, arriving from Switzerland, refused to declare the artwork and said it was fake. However, a number of signs indicated that the painting was genuine. If the artwork turns out to be authentic, its cost may exceed 400,000 euros ($407,000).

 

  • On June 9, 2022 NASA announced that it is commissioning a study team to start early in the fall to examine unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) – observations of events in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena – from a scientific perspective. The study will focus on identifying available data, how best to collect future data, and how NASA can use that data to move the scientific understanding of UAPs forward. NASA’s effort will be independent of the Pentagon and will be led by David Spergel, an astrophysicist currently president of the Simons Foundation in New York. Paul Davies, theoretical physicist at Arizona State University and director of the Beyond Center, is interested in the nature and origin of life – including extraterrestrial life – beyond Earth, and in complex systems generally. “What strikes me most about the new interest in UAPs is how so little has changed since Project Bluebook and the Condon Report of the 1960s. The same blurry images, the same he-said-she-said eyewitness stories, the same lack of hard physical data, and the same official conclusion that there is a small residue of unexplained – but not necessarily unexplainable – reports. For me, it’s a big yawn. Our planet has been here 4.5 billion years. Why would the aliens show up at this tiny sliver of time in which homo sapiens suddenly get interested in astrobiology? Any team investigating UAP/UFOs should include psychologists.”
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​Great Pyramid, Egypt, 1860

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News Burst 10 July 2022 - Amazon Rainforest

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Researchers discovered an 8-mile-long painted rock covered with paintings of now extinct Ice Age beasts, paintings of animals about 12,600 years old.

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Holland

Hundreds of Dutch farmers block Roermond today. They promised yesterday: “The protests will continue. We have the support of millions of people. There will be actions the Holland has never seen before.”

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Sri Lankan protesters after storming the President house are swimming in president’s pool.

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