News Burst 11 November 2022
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- Two men who sprayed graffiti across Native American petroglyphs in White River Narrows in Nevada, an area sacred to the Paiute and Shoshone, have been sentenced to prison, the Reno Gazette-Journal reports. One got a year, the other eight months followed by four months of home confinement.
- US President Joe Biden has one again confused his nation’s military mission in Iraq with the Russian operation in Ukraine. Commenting on the news that Moscow was withdrawing forces from the city of Kherson, he misnamed it Fallujah. The gaffe happened during a press conference on Wednesday, when Biden explained how Washington took Moscow’s announcement that it was redeploying troops away from the right bank of the Dnieper River, where the regional capital of Kherson is located. Fallujah, meanwhile, was the site of intense fighting in 2004 during the US war in Iraq.
- Afghan women were stopped from entering amusement parks in Kabul after the Taliban’s morality ministry said there would be restrictions on women being able to access public parks. Since taking over last year, the Islamist Taliban have said women should not leave the home without a male relative and must cover their faces.
- France said it would allow an NGO ship carrying over 200 migrants rescued in the Mediterranean to dock at the port of Toulon, following tense exchanges with Italy whose attitude Paris said it bitterly regrets.
- Climate activists struck again, this time at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, where they scrawled blue marks atop the protective coverings of Andy Warhol Campbell’s soup can prints. The two protesters—with the group Stop Fossil Fuel Subsidies—fled after one of the two tried and failed to glue themselves to the piece. The art was not damaged.
- Germany’s economic ministry said in a statement that it had prohibited Elmos Semiconductor, which makes chips for the automotive industry, from selling its factory in Dortmund to Silex, a Swedish subsidiary of China’s Sai Microelectronics. The decision had been taken “because the acquisition would have endangered the public order and safety of Germany,” the ministry said in a statement.
- As US voters head to the polls for the much-anticipated Midterms, talk of Russian trolls monkeying with US democracy is back in the news. But does the country really need Russia’s help in “stoking anger” among the electorate? ~ Robert Bridge
- Russian doctors successfully carried out a unique operation involving the extraction of a live explosive from a wounded soldier’s body. Due to the risk of the round detonating during surgery, the doctors had to wear bulletproof vests along with their usual medical gowns. The operation was carried out by a team of military surgeons from the Central Military Hospital of Russia’s Ministry of Defense at a local clinic in Belgorod Region, near the border with Ukraine.
- The UK government froze assets belonging to Russian businessmen and entities worth £18 billion ($20.6 billion) this year, the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI), which is part of the UK’s Treasury, said in its annual report on Thursday. The figure tops all other UK sanctions regimes put together and makes Russia Britain’s most-sanctioned nation, the OFSI said. UK sanctions have so far targeted around 1,200 Russian individuals, over 120 entities, and 19 banks. The punitive measures include asset freezes, travel bans, and transport sanctions.
- Switzerland should return to its policy of “complete neutrality” lest it lose its international clout and the right to act as a mediator, an initiative group called Pro Schweiz (For Switzerland) has warned. The group has called for a referendum on a constitutional amendment that would bar Bern from joining military alliances or sanctions regimes. Pro Schweiz was formed in October and supported by former Swiss police and justice minister Christoph Blocher, who said Bern’s move to join anti-Russia sanctions over the military campaign in Ukraine was harming its international standing as a mediator.
- People have been using poop as a stinky form of fuel for as long as they have been farming animals. But recent years have seen a renewed interest in the use of manure as an energy source as some nations seek to replace fossil fuels. The solution to the energy crisis and global warming could come from an unexpected quarter — cows’ backsides. That’s according to the UK’s largest dairy farming cooperative Arla, which says manure could be converted into bio-gas and used to heat buildings or power vehicles. They say the 91 million tons of slurry — liquid animal dung — and 10 million tons of food waste produced every year could generate 8 billion cubic metres of methane gas as it decomposes. That would be enough for heating and cooking in 6.4 million homes or to run 3.8 million lorries and buses converted to burn gas.
- In his first words since the (alleged) ponzi fraud of FTX was exposed yesterday, Sam Bankman-Fried, CEO and founder of FTX, has issued a lengthy tweet-thread to try to explain himself. He begins: “I’m sorry. That’s the biggest thing… I f****d up, and should have done better.”
- A food blogger from Thailand may face jail time after footage uploaded to her YouTube channel showed her tucking into some bat soup, local media outlets reported. In her 1-minute-40-second clip, speaking in a local dialect, the woman purportedly raved over how delicious bats are, comparing them to “eating rat meat.” She was also seen holding up a whole bat in front of the camera and allegedly saying, “it has teeth.” Thai blogger faces five years in jail for videoing herself eating a WHOLE BAT in a bowl of soup – after viewers said she risked ‘starting a pandemic’.
- “The interesting thing is: we have no idea!” says Pieter van Dokkum, Sol Goldman Professor of Astronomy at Yale University, who wrote in an email to The Daily Galaxy about why ultra-diffuse galaxy DF2 contains no dark matter. “The existence of this galaxy shows that there is another pathway to creating galaxies than our standard picture, but what that might be is anyone’s guess.” “There have been (good) suggestions to explain how NGC1052-DF2 might end up with very little dark matter, but the issue is that the lack of dark matter is not the only peculiar thing about the galaxy,” van Dokkum told The Daily Galaxy. “First of all it has a twin, DF4, that lives in the same galaxy group and also has a lack of dark matter. Second, it has many compact star clusters (“globular clusters”) that are brighter than in any other known galaxy (except DF4). No proposed model has been able to explain all these weird things simultaneously.”
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Titanic Compared To A Modern Cruise Ship
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Recorded 11/8/22 Over The Northeastern US
NEIOH ~ This is a Pleiadian craft flying at speeds that go undetected at times because there is no equipment on Earth to monitor or record the speed. This craft has actually slowed down immensely to allow filming.
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News Burst 11 November 2022 – Earthquakes
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Beyond The Ice Wall
The photographs were taken in 1912 in Antartica by Captain Robert Scott and his crew. However, the photos were classified as soon as they returned to their base and reported the results. Scott and his crew were then reported missing. Since then, it has been a restricted area, with only a few governments around the world allowed to conduct limited research.
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