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  • On Tuesday morning, NASA will show off the first pictures and data from the new James Webb Space Telescope. That will bring to an end some 30 years and $10 billion of planning, building, testing and innovating, followed by launch-pad terror, anxiety and anticipation. NASA astronomers predict the JWST will radically change humanity’s perception of the Universe: “We will have the Universe before Webb, and the Universe after Webb.” Only a small number of the world’s astronomers have had a preview of what the Webb has seen. But the NASA officials who were granted an early view of the new images expressed their amazement during a news conference in late June.


  • “While the likelihood of a nuclear weapon incident occurring in/near New York City is very low, it is important New Yorkers know the steps to stay safe,” the city’s Emergency Management Department said in its announcement. According to the PSA, there are three important steps to take – just do as you’re told and “get inside” a building fast and move away from windows, “stay inside” while removing and bagging all outer clothing to keep radioactive dust or ash away from your body, and “stay tuned” for the ‘experts’ and ‘officials’ to tell you what to do.


  • On Saturday, 4chan users apparently cracked Hunter Biden’s iPhone password and gained access to his iCloud backup files. “4chan has apparently cracked Hunter Biden’s iPhone backup password and are leaking everything.” wrote Human Events host Jack Posobiec on July 9. According to The Gazette, on Saturday night, 4chan users were quickly uploading to the forum what was allegedly in Hunter’s iCloud account. As soon as a post got published, site admins rushed to remove it or archive it. Several posts on the website are still up, being re-posted, or being saved to other sites. Posobiec added in another tweet about the supposed Hunter crack, “4chan has already created torrents for the Hunter Biden iPhone and iCloud backups and are now seeding them. That means even if 4chan gets shut down the copies will still be out there.”


  • Hispanics are livid after First Lady Jill Biden compared them to “breakfast tacos” during a Monday speech to the 2022 UnidosUS Annual Conference held in Texas, where she opined on Hispanics’ “Quest for Equity.” During her speech, Biden said that “the diversity of this community, as distinct as the bodegas of the Bronx, as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio, is your strength.”


  • Sri Lankan immigration officials said they prevented the president’s brother and former finance minister Basil Rajapaksa from flying out of the country, as anger mounted against the powerful family for a debilitating economic crisis.


  • Poland’s President Andrzej Duda has confirmed that Israeli Ambassador Yacov Livne submitted his credentials on Tuesday. The move comes almost a year since the heads of the diplomatic missions of the two nations were recalled over Poland’s controversial law on restitution, which denied Jews compensation for property taken from them during World War II. Duda’s Israeli counterpart, President Isaac Herzog, called the return of the ambassador “an important first step to advancing Israeli-Polish relations” and said he hoped to reciprocate by receiving the credentials of Poland’s new envoy soon.


  • Ex-finance minister Rishi Sunak and two others start their campaigns today to become Britain’s next prime minister, battling for the support of a Conservative Party deeply split over who should succeed Boris Johnson.


  • Former US President Donald Trump should drop his potential bid to seek re-election in 2024 and “sail into the sunset” instead, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Tuesday. In a tweet responding to a clip of Trump calling him “another bulls*** artist,” Musk said that he doesn’t hate him, but the ex-president has “to hang up his hat and sail into the sunset.” The “Dems should also call off the attack – and don’t make it so that Trump’s only way to survive is to regain the presidency,” he added.


  • The BBC claims it has found evidence of killings allegedly committed by the British Special Air Service (SAS) in Afghanistan in the early 2010s, a new Panorama documentary details. A pattern appears to have emerged of unlawful killings of Afghans by a squadron of SAS commandos during night raids, with as many as 54 victims over a period of just six months. The allegations, which could turn into accusation of war crimes, were angrily denied by the UK Ministry of Defence, which said claims of unlawful conduct by commandos had previously been properly investigated. However, the BBC claimed that Royal Military Police (RMP) investigators had been stonewalled by the military leadership. Then-head of the UK Special Forces, General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith, failed to share with the probe evidence of misconduct he had in his possession, the broadcaster said.


  • Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) fired back at Elon Musk on Monday, accusing the world’s richest person of “knowingly” breaching an agreement to buy the social media firm, days after the Tesla Inc chief sought to back out of the $44 billion deal. After Musk on Friday tore up his April 25 agreement to buy the social media platform, with Twitter promising to force him to make good, the two sides face a potentially drawn-out legal battle that could still cost Musk billions of dollars, according to legal experts.Whatever the outcome may be, the Tesla chief executive for now appears to be sitting on around $8.5 billion in cash raised from selling shares of the automaker late in April to finance the Twitter acquisition.


  • Dozens of Chinese cities baked in scorching temperatures as heatwaves melted the roofs of buildings and buckled roads and sweltering weather drove people to seek cooler air in underground shelters.


  • Revelers at the Festival of San Fermin in Pamplona, Spain have reported being stuck with syringes in crowded public places. Little is known about the substances they’ve been injected with, but one curious detail in victim testimony may link the attacks with a spate of similar syringe assaults in France. As crowds gathered in Pamplona to watch daredevils run with the bulls over the weekend, a more sinister threat was lurking on the sidelines. Four young people – three females and a male – told police that they felt a pinching sensation before being overcome with dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and cold sweats.


  • Indian Police have arrested conmen for tricking Russian gamblers with a fake version of cricket’s elite Indian Premier League. The gang behind the scam hired a farmer’s field in the Indian city of Gujarat and set up cameras that filmed the false games. According to Achal Tyagi, who is a top police official in the Mehsana district in northwestern India, four men have been apprehended in connection with the elaborate hoax. “They had umpires with walkie-talkie sets to officiate as they have in IPL and international cricket matches,” Tyagi explained. “The setup was good enough to trick unsuspecting people into believing it was a genuine cricket league.”


  • [ Fear Porn ] World prices for hummus are expected to increase by up to 20%, the Global Pulse Confederation (GPC) has warned. The GPC cites the drastic decline in supplies from Russia and Ukraine of chickpeas, the essential ingredient for the dip, as the key reason for the surge. “Globally, chickpea prices may rise by 15 to 20% – the same value as the fall of the supply,” Navneet Singh Chhabra, an analyst at the trade association and director of global chickpea trader Shree Sheela International said, as quoted by The New York Times. According to the estimates revealed by the trade association, supplies of chickpeas to the world market may be reduced by as much as 20% as war tensions between Russia and Ukraine, along with sanctions levied against Moscow, emerged as the biggest disrupters of the flow of the legume.


  • The EU gaslights environmentalists by redefining ‘green’ energy. The EU has failed to scale up their projects in time to offset the disastrous energy crunch caused by their genius decision to sanction their own gas supply from Russia in order to stick it to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Unfortunately for the EU’s top economy, Germany, it had bet a few too many of its chips on domestic green projects without any obvious alternative to its reliance on energy imports (and particularly on Russian gas) to power Europe’s primary industrial engine. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has since been scrambling – burning up phone lines from Qatar to Canada – in an attempt to find alternative sources, with no immediate solution in sight. Meanwhile, German industry is warning of shutdowns while authorities brace for energy and water rationing and what’s shaping up to be a very tough and precarious winter.


  • Enigma Labs, a tech startup registered in Delaware, seeks to help facilitate investigations into unknown aerial phenomena by creating a repository of UFO sighting reports. According to Bloomberg, such a repository would allow to crowdsource, catalog, and evaluate suspected UFO incidents, and to expose hoaxes, essentially allowing to separate the proverbial wheat from chaff. “The internet is full of nonsense and it’s very hard to get good information,” Enigma Labs founder Alex Smith said, as quoted by the media outlet. By implementing tools such as artificial intelligence and “every cutting-edge technology,” as Smith put it, Enigma will screen and verify suspected UFO sightings, using a veracity score system to rate them.


  • A U.S. federal judge said Subway can be sued for allegedly deceiving customers about its tuna products, including a claim it uses other fish species, chicken, pork and cattle instead of the advertised “100% tuna”.


  • About four days after a wildfire started in Yosemite National Park, firefighters in California have begun to contain the blaze, which has threatened some of the oldest giant sequoia trees in the world.


  • Scientists from the AI research laboratory DeepMind have created an AI system that has a thinking pattern similar to that of young human babies. The system is dubbed PLATO, short for Physics Learning through Auto-encoding and Tracking Objects. It has been programmed with the help of a series of coded videos that represent the basic knowledge that babies display in their first months of life. After being trained with the dataset, PLATO would “act surprised” when presented with a scenario that does not fall in line with the laws of physics the system has just learnt.
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New York City Launches Nuclear Attack Preparedness PSA

New York City’s Emergency Management Department on Monday released a 90-second video advising residents what to do in case of a nuclear attack. Officials said there was no specific threat of an atomic attack, only that now was as good a time as any to release the public service announcement.

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If you’re a new follower, this is common. Galactic Federation has a base in the Las Vegas Mountains and meet with military white hats at Nellis AFB (while appearing human). They have lights to partially blend and to be seen without fear by those who are ready. There aren’t any secret human programs trying to be seen on camera. ~ Kabamur

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