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  • American Airlines is apparently investigating one of its pilots after a complaint that he had a sticker saying ‘Let’s go Brandon’ on his personal luggage, which angered one of the passengers. Responding to an angry tweet about the image, the airline’s official account thanked the complaining woman for bringing it to the company’s attention and asked her to DM them with more details. The complainer posted a couple of photos as proof, though some people drawn by the unfolding scandal found them suspicious.

 

  • A Nicaraguan woman in her 20s, who has a conviction and was slated for deportation, was allowed to clean the Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson’s private villa, as the Security Police Säpo failed to run the necessary background checks. In the days before Christmas, the police were alerted to the prime minister’s home in Nacka, where a burglar alarm had been triggered by mistake by a cleaning lady, according to the newspaper Expressen. On the spot, the police found and arrested the wanted woman, who happened to be an illegal immigrant without a residence permit. The Swedish Migration Agency had earmarked her for deportation in the spring of 2020, but she has remained in the country illegally, and has been wanted since autumn.

 

  • The head of the Danish Defence Intelligence Service (DDIS), Lars Findsen, has been put under arrest on a court order following allegation that the agency violated privacy laws and withheld information, Danish state-owned broadcaster TV 2 reported on Monday. The military intelligence chief has been in custody since 9 December for leaking classified information, which could undermine Denmark’s national security and relations with other countries, according to the news outlet. It was reported last year that the DDIS had allegedly obtained and passed on significant amounts of information about Danish citizens in violation of data privacy laws as well as misled the watchdog that was supposed to hold it accountable.

 

  • In Norway, immigrants have been found to do worse on standardised national tests, and a smaller proportion of them pursue an upper secondary education or higher education altogether. Large gaps in education levels between immigrants and other Norwegians remain despite the government’s efforts to plug them, Statistics Norway found in its most recent report. It was concluded that the younger immigrants are when they arrive in Norway, the better they do in the educational process. As of 2021, there were nearly a million immigrants and Norwegian-born residents with two immigrant parents, accounting for 18.5 percent of Norway’s total population of 5.3 million.

 

  • CCTV footage of a shocking moment a buffalo charged into a restaurant in the city of Taizhou in China’s Jiangsu Province has emerged on social media this week. In the video, two men can be seen inside the venue when the buffalo suddenly ploughs through the plastic screen at the entrance and slams into one of them, sending him flying into the air. The animal then disappears from sight for some time, although it can be heard rampaging in the restaurant. The animal eventually returns to the entrance and stands there for some time before trotting outside. The rampaging animal reportedly escaped from a butcher shop shortly before it was about to be slaughtered.

 

  • Lord Peter Mandelson grins as Jeffrey Epstein blows out the candles on a birthday cake in a photo taken months after the paedophile was charged in an underage sex probe. A never-before-seen photograph shows Tony Blair’s former spin doctor at a party for Jeffrey Epstein in his Paris lair. Prince Andrew and the “Prince of Darkness” — as Mandelson was known — also went on to enjoy a friendship, with the MP even ­lobbying for the duke to get a plum British trade posting. The picture of Labour’s former Director of Communications with Epstein was taken after Epstein had been formally charged with soliciting a woman for prostitution in August 2006.

 

  • The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) has ordered Europol to delete the majority of personal data it has collected, claiming that most of it is from individuals “with no established link” to crime. The order came after an inquiry was launched in 2019 into Europol’s data-handling policies over concerns that the multinational police force was at risk of violating the rights of European citizens. On foot of its investigation, the EDPS chastised Europol in September 2020 for continuing to store large volumes of data with no Data Subject Categorisation.

 

  • Automaker Rolls-Royce said 2021 was “a phenomenal year” for the company, as it booked the highest annual sales in its 117-year history of 5,586 vehicles globally. He explained that the pandemic helped the brand sell a record number of cars because it reminded customers, whose average age was 43, about their own mortality. “Many people witnessed people in their community dying from Covid and that made them think life can be short and you’d better live now rather than postpone until a later date,” he said, adding: “That has helped Rolls-Royce.”

 

  • SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has hailed the progress made in the testing of the robotic mechanism at the SpaceX launch pad in southern Texas, which was built to catch returning rockets and spacecraft. ‘Super Heavy’ is the dedicated launch vehicle for ‘Starship’, SpaceX’s spacecraft designed for eventual Moon and Mars missions. The launch system is intended to make delivering crews and large cargoes into deep space cheaper than ever, in part by making both of its elements fully recoverable. In a Twitter post on Sunday, Musk showed off the gigantic robotic mechanism that will hopefully allow rockets and spaceships to be caught mid-air when they return home. The launch/catch tower, dubbed ‘Mechazilla’ by the space entrepreneur, is currently undergoing tests at SpaceX’s Boca Chica site in Texas.

 

  • Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), which makes chips for Apple and Nvidia, just posted a sixth straight quarter of record sales, boosted by increased demand for chips amid a global push for green tech. TSMC makes semiconductor chips for anything from smartphones to home appliances and cars. Currently operating several factories in Taiwan, TSMC recently unveiled plans to set up new manufacturing lines in Japan and Germany.

 

  • Cryptocurrency mining, which is an energy-intensive process, usually requires a computer and a lot of power. However, some are coming up with inventive ways of generating crypto coins. San Francisco-based Siraj Raval told CNBC he runs free bitcoin mining software on his Apple Mac mini M1 and powers the computer by plugging an inverter into the 12-volt power socket located in the center console of his car. He has also linked interconnected graphics processing units or GPUs to the ‘frunk’ of his Tesla, running those machines off the car’s internal battery. Raval explained that he buys used GPUs on eBay, which helps to save money.

 

  • Tech giant PayPal is preparing to launch its own crypto token, the company confirmed after signs of the move were found on its iPhone app. A PayPal spokeswoman said the product, for now, is in development within the company’s blockchain, crypto and digital currencies division, and its final name and features may change when it is ready to launch.
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Witness: On Sunday, January 9, 2022, I captured a white cigar shaped UFO / white streak of light on the las vegas live cam over Las Vegas, Nv., USA. In some of the images, the object seems to be a white solid object, but in the other images it seems to be a white streak of light. If the object is a white streak of light, then it’s an interdimensional / transdimensional UFO lightship. If the object is a white solid object, it may be affiliated with the tall whites. I am not sure if it’s a solid object or streak of light, but it’s there.

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Sea Dragon

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Paleontologists in the UK have unearthed the fossils of a giant prehistoric ‘sea dragon’ known as an ichthyosaur. The 32-foot (9.8-meter) skeleton is thought to be the largest and most complete set of fossils found in the country. Ichthyosaurs, which are commonly called ‘sea dragons’ due to their large teeth and eyes, first appeared some 250 million years ago and swam the seas at the time of the dinosaurs before becoming extinct around 90 million years ago. This particular animal lived approximately 180 million years ago.

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