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  • Protesters gathered at Parliament House in the Australian capital, Canberra on Saturday, demanding an end to coronavirus measures. The demonstrators, who arrived by truck, car, and bus over the last week. 7News reporter Jennifer Bechwati described the gathering as “one of the biggest protests I’ve ever seen.”

 

  • The list of failed AGW prophesies is staggeringly long, and getting longer all the time, yet it is considered heresy to call them out. Why? Because truth is the enemy of agendas, and free-thinking and the application of logic needs censoring in order for the lies to persist. Kilimanjaro has long been at the center of climate research. In Al Gore’s 2006 documentary “An Inconvenient Truth,” Africa’s tallest mountain was used to demonstrate the effects of catastrophic anthropogenic global warming on glaciers. The film showed a series of photos of the mountain, each appearing to show less and less ice and snow cover over time. “Within the decade, there will be no more snows of Kilimanjaro,” Gore confidently prophesied, which gave him until 2010 to be proved right. Well, an additional 12 years have now passed and those dire predictions are still far from materializing. In fact, a recent eight-day Kilimanjaro forecast called for snow on five of those days — a forecast that actually played out in the real world (climate scientists take note)

 

  • The co-founder of a San Francisco-based AI research laboratory claimed in a Twitter post this week that “today’s largest neural networks” could already be “slightly conscious.” Ilya Sutskever from OpenAI did not clarify what system or systems he was referring to, or how exactly he defines “slightly conscious.” Toby Walsh, a professor of artificial intelligence at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, responded in a tweet saying that “every time such speculative comments get an airing, it takes months of effort to get the conversation back to the more realistic opportunities and threats posed by AI.”

 

  • French police say they intercepted around 500 vehicles trying to enter Paris as part of an anti-mandate ‘Freedom Convoy’ protest on Saturday. Ahead of the planned protest, police deployed thousands of officers, water cannons, and armored personnel carriers. An order was issued prohibiting the protests in Paris over fears that the demonstration could result in “public order disturbances.” Courts sided with the authorities, rejecting two appeals against the ban.

 

  • Tesla Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen gave a long-anticipated update on the electric carmaker’s Roadster hypercar on the Spike Car Radio podcast on Thursday. According to von Holzhausen, the company is “feverishly” working on the vehicle, which will be an “exciting flying machine.”

 

  • Where does it come from? No one knows. What exactly does it sound like? No one is quite sure. Why are certain people able to hear it and others are not? Absolutely no idea. Meet “the Hum”: an invasive noise anomaly that has been spotted, or rather heard, in different places across the world. “The Hum” has been known for decades, with media reports of the elusive droning sound emerging everywhere from Canada to New Zealand. Its name is inspired by its most common description: those able to discern it say it is a low humming sound similar to engine or fan sounds. “It’s like you can hear a car coming, but it never gets there,” a resident of Halifax’ Holmfield Gemma Redford told the Financial Times’ writer Imogen West-Knights, who travelled to Halifax to try and hear “the Hum” herself (she did manage to do it).

 

  • “The Bosphorus was closed to ship traffic due to equipment malfunction on the Liberian-flagged vessel ‘CHENG MAY’, which is 295 meters [968 feet] long and carries about 170,000 tonnes of coal on board,” the maritime authority said in a statement. The Bosphorus Strait is an internationally crucial maritime route located in the northwest of Turkey. The strait forms part of the continental boundary between Asia and Europe.

 

  • The protection of the Moon is clearly stated in the 1967 Outer Space Treaty (OST) – an international document that prohibits any state to appropriate the space rock or other celestial bodies. Researchers from the Adam Smith Institute, a British neoliberal think tank, have suggested that dividing the Moon into regions and privatising it can help end global poverty. Rebecca Lowe, an economic researcher who compiled a report on the matter for the institute titled “Space Invaders: Property Rights on the Moon,” has proposed the so-called “individualistic” approach to redefining the Moon’s property rights issue in a departure from what is outlined by the 1967 Outer Space Treaty. According to her, parts of the moon should be assigned to different countries that can then generate money by selling it to businesses, for example.

 

  • While the Black Lives Matter charity is being subjected to legal scrutiny, larger examples of alleged charity fraud by powerful US political families should not remain unpunished, says Charles Ortel, adding that the BLM case may become a precedent to examine charities run by the Clintons, Bushes, Obamas, Bidens, and other political heavyweights. The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation’s (BLMGNF) alleged charity fraud was in the crosshairs of US states’ attorney generals last week. According to the New York Post, Indiana, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Virginia have all revoked the BLMNGF’s charitable registration. California and Washington went even further by threatening to hold the charity’s leaders personally liable for not revealing what exactly happened to tens of millions of dollars in donations amid George Floyd protests in 2020. In December 2018, Clinton Foundation whistleblowers Lawrence W. Doyle and John F. Moynihan testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, alleging that the Clinton Foundation owes the US government between $400 million and $2.5 billion in taxes. According to them, the charity does not operate as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organisation but acts as nothing short of a foreign agent.

 

  • People getting injured in the living room while boxing with viewers, violent avatars targeting women. New platforms develop out of control.The excitement provoked by the announcement – made a few months ago by Mark Zuckerberg – of the next entry of humanity into the era of the Metaverse, has pushed millions of lovers especially of video games to experiment with the possibilities offered by viewers like Meta-Facebook’s Oculus. A woman who in Great Britain, entered with her avatar in the virtual game Horizon Worlds just put on the market by Meta, was virtually assaulted, raped and insulted with phrases like you admit you actually like it from four male avatars. A shock for this woman who is certainly not digitally naive, given that she is vice president, with responsibility for research on the Metaverse, of a company of virtual technologies, Kabuni Ventures. No one knows yet if and how this sort of reincarnation of the Internet will materialize in which physical and digital reality will intertwine inextricably, giving life to a new virtual reality in which each of us should be able to exist when and where he wants. A ubiquity that many cannot even conceive of. It is even difficult to talk about it, and politics is hard to understand. Thus the activities that should become constituent parts of the Metaverse continue to develop out of control. Up to the pastors who, like DJ Soto in Pennsylvania, build virtual churches.

 

  • Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency across the province on Friday, threatening fines of up to $100,000 or a year in prison for any protesters who block border crossings, highways, airports, ports bridges, and railway lines while demonstrating against Covid vaccination mandates.
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Space Debris Over Puerto Rico (2/7/2022) SAC

Starlink satellites are falling from the sky after a G1 – Minor geomagnetic storm hit Earth just a day after they were launched from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on February 3, 2022. Preliminary analysis shows that the storm caused significantly increased atmospheric drag and prevented satellites from leaving safe-mode. According to SpaceX, 49 Starlink satellites were launched and all of them were successfully deployed into their intended orbit, achieving controlled flight. The company deploys its satellites into lower orbits so that in the very rare case any satellite does not pass initial system checkouts it will quickly be deorbited by atmospheric drag to maintain a sustainable space environment.

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