News Burst 12 January 2021 - Live Feed

News Burst 12 January 2021

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  • Sweden’s Göteborg Film Festival is inviting one cinema fan to spend seven days on an isolated lighthouse island, with only movies and the sea for company. The chosen fan will be transported by boat to the Swedish island of Pater Noster. “We are interested in how the audience’s relationship to films changes under those circumstances, and wanted to explore this relationship by taking it to the extreme — isolating one person on a small rock in the sea for one week with films as the only company,” says Artistic director Jonas Holmberg. If you’re interested, you can apply online. The deadline is January 17 2021.


  • The Turkish Competition Board has initiated an investigation into Facebook and its instant messaging service WhatsApp. The probe is related to the app’s updated privacy rules, which users are obliged to accept should they want to continue using the service. The board will be probing the new privacy policy for possible violations of the country’s competition laws over Facebook’s increased interest in collecting users’ private data. The new rules, if accepted, allow Facebook to collect and use users’ private data, such as their location and phone numbers. The company claims it is going to use the data to study its clients’ habits and tastes, and will only share the information within its ecosystem of applications.


  • Bill Gates has been accused of hypocrisy after it became known that a man, who has repeatedly spoken about the need to stop climate change is attempting to buy a private jet firm. Gate’s company Cascade Investment is bidding to acquire jet servicing company Signature Aviation. Cascade already owns a 19 percent stake in the company.


  • The British government rejected an offer from Brussels to grant the country’s musicians visa-free travel in the European Union. According to the source, UK authorities rejected a standard proposal to exempt musicians from Britain and the European Union from visas, allowing them to travel freely for 90 days.


  • Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday signed a decree on the creation of a new maritime territory on the Atlantic coast of the country, where significant deposits of hydrocarbons are located, that includes the Essequibo region, which is disputed with neighboring Guyana.


  • Australia prominent tech investor Steve Baxter has lambasted U.S. tech giants’ for targeting and suspending social media app Parler. “This is pretty bleak stuff when this platform–Parler–is being held to account (by the tech giants) for the actions of its users,” he said. “All these amazing innovations (social media apps) come from the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which includes freedom of speech,” he said. “The United States is a powerhouse because of the freedoms it has. To think that people who are the beneficiaries of that are so willing to burn it, there is not much thought going into that is there?” he added.


  • With state subsidies to fight poverty now ended, Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday said his country is “broke” and he is unable to do anything about it, attributing the crisis to “the press-fueled” coronavirus. The subsidies which have kept millions of Brazilians from destitution ended as the pandemic, which has killed almost 200,000 people in the country, only worsens.


  • Several major Chinese cities have reportedly gone dark as authorities limit power usage, citing a shortage of coal. Analysts said prices of the commodity in the country have shot up due to the reported crunch. The reports also follow rising trade tensions between Beijing and Canberra, leading some analysts to tie the coal shortages and blackouts to the unofficial ban on Australian coal.


  • More than one out of every six restaurants in the U.S. is already gone, and the National Restaurant Association is warning that there will be more carnage in the months ahead because the industry is in “an economic free fall”, With tens of thousands of restaurants sitting empty, and with tens of thousands of others not paying rent, the stage has been set for a commercial real estate disaster of unprecedented scope and size.


  • On Thursday morning, Elon Musk urged his Twitter followers to “use Signal,” an encrypted messaging app as an alternative to WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger. However, since the market is caught in a speculators paradise, the first immediate thought that flowed through the minds’ of Robinhood traders after Musk tweeted was to buy a micro-cap Texas healthcare company pennystock called Signal Advance (SIGL) – with no full time employees other than the CEO – which surged from the low millions to nearly a $100m market cap on just that one misinterpreted tweet. It was up 1200% over Thursday and Friday even including Friday trading when the error should have been known. In fact, on Friday even Signal (the app, not the company) took to Twitter to explain that it has nothing to do with Signal Advance. “It’s understandable that people want to invest in Signal’s record growth, but this isn’t us,” Signal tweeted. “We’re an independent 501c3 and our only investment is in your privacy.”
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So desperate to get to the sea, they made their own white beach in Siberia. A giant palm tree and people lazing underneath it was drawn in the deep snow of a frozen pond.

News Burst 12 January 2021 – Bonus Video

News Burst 12 January 2021 – Bonus Video


Heavy snowfall from the storm Filomena hit Spain last week. Experts consider it to be the heaviest in around 50 years. The unusual amount of snow, however, made some people believe that the blizzard was not caused by nature. A Spanish woman has claimed that the snow brought by the storm Filomena is not real. In a video, she takes some snow from her balcony and ignites her lighter, showing that the snow does not melt near the flame, but instead turns black. According to her, the burnt substance smells like “pure plastic”.

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2019: Twentynine Palms Marine Base in San Bernardino County, CA – This is another example of what Pleiadians call a ‘Light Tracer’.

This is a Pleiadian Light Tracer, which is not a Craft but is Technology which releases the Active Programmed Part that is always In Motherships, and it is directed completely from the Mothership. The Purpose is Heat Detection over water or mountains, and will enter the precise area to detect Crystal Placement and issue Reports. In this case The Mothership is beneath the water. There is a small Fleet above in the air which are also collecting Data of changing Frequencies in the Atmosphere. Neioh

News Burst 12 January 2021 – Earthquakes

Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above

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The temperature of the gas heated by a supernova, a highly luminous stella explosion.

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[Twitter Slowly Dying] Twitter rolls out AI-powered “offensive-tweets prompt” to reduce “potentially harmful or offensive” replies. No word from the platform if the data on “bad speech” is also tracked and saved for future use or what else is being analyzed by the speech-AI.

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British supermarkets, food suppliers, and manufacturers have warned politicians in Brazil that goods from the country will be banned in the UK if a law propelling deforestation in the Amazon is passed. Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Aldi, Lidl, M&S, Co-op, and Waitrose – among other companies – wrote an open letter on 5 May to the deputies and senators of the National Congress of Brazil.

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News Burst 5 May 2021 – Get The News!

Parts of China’s Long March 5b Rocket are falling back to the Earth and are feared may land on an inhabited area, The Guardian reported, citing Jonathan McDowell, astrophysicist at the Astrophysics Centre at Harvard University. Judging by its orbit, it may hit the ground around 10 May anywhere in an expansive area ranging from as far north as New York, Madrid, and Beijing and to as far south as Chile and New Zealand.

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