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  • Johnson & Johnson opens new tab has agreed to pay $700 million to settle an investigation by 42 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. into its marketing of baby powder and other talc-based products blamed for allegedly causing cancer. The settlement resolves charges that Johnson & Johnson misled consumers into believing its talc products, which it sold for more than a century before stopping, were safe. J&J did not admit wrongdoing in settling with the states, which were led by Florida, North Carolina and Texas, and has said its talc products are safe and do not cause cancer. “This is a major advancement for consumer product safety,” Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody said in a statement. J&J still faces tens of thousands of talc lawsuits, and a class action accusing the New Brunswick, New Jersey-based company of fraudulently hiding their dangers from shareholders.

 

  • Elon Musk had sexual relations with a SpaceX intern who was later hired onto his executive staff as a troubleshooter, The Wall Street Journal reported. The WSJ said its reporting is based on text message, emails, documents and interviews with more than 48 people, “including former employees, people familiar with Musk’s interactions with female subordinates and friends and family of the women.” Musk didn’t reply to the WSJ. In a comment, the president of the company, Shotwell said: “The untruths, mischaracterizations, and revisionist history in your email paint a completely misleading narrative. I continue to be amazed by what this extraordinary group of people are achieving every day even amidst all the forces acting against us. And Elon is one of the best humans I know.”

 

  • A Russian Navy flotilla has conducted long-range strike drills in the Atlantic Ocean en route to Cuba, the Defense Ministry in Moscow reported on Tuesday. The tactical naval group deployed by Russia’s Northern Fleet includes two of the most modern Russian military assets: the Yasen-class nuclear-powered submarine Kazan and the frigate Admiral Gorshkov, the lead vessel in its class. According to the statement, the two ships delivered simulated long-range strikes against enemy naval targets located over 600km away.

 

  • Milei closes the Diversity Ministry and erases inclusive language from school books. Argentine President Javier Milei has announced government institutions can no longer use inclusive language and gender-specific references in their public policies. This decision comes on top of other controversial measures, such as the closure of the Women, Gender and Diversity Ministry, and an announcement to shutter the country’s National Institute against Discrimination, Xenophobia and Racism.

 

  • [Hollywoodism] A Lego designer talks about children’s vision of space. Some children played with a space explorer rover equipped with six sturdy tires perfect for navigating on imaginary planetary surfaces. Except that during the 30 minute “play test” the rover never used its wheels. Instead, the boys “zoomed” the vehicle through the air, up and down, only briefly “landing” on the table to pick up the aliens, storing them in the rover’s rear compartment before driving off again. Afterward, talking to the kids, Dan asked what they liked about the set. “Oh, I really liked the six-wheeled car,” said one of the children. “But we need more aliens,” they added.

 

  • In early 2020, just as Fauci was hijacking the FDA and CDC, President Donald Trump made a stunning declaration about COVID-19 treatment. President Trump’s statements, calling hydroxychloroquine a potential “game-changer,” were immediately decried by Fauci’s medical bureaucracy and the mainstream media as “misinformation.” The American Medical Association, the American Pharmacists Association, and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists quietly released a joint statement countering the President and the White House physician who prescribed him hydroxychloroquine: “…some physicians and others are prophylactically prescribing medications currently identified as potential treatments for COVID-19… We strongly oppose these actions.” Now in 2024, Dr. Peter McCullough; COVID19 expert and Chief Scientific Officer at The Wellness Company, has been keeping a close watch on the H5N1 situation. He sees unsettling similarities to the pre-pandemic narrative, with the mainstream media and Big Pharma positioned the world for a manufactured crisis.

 

  • A Milan court has placed an Italian unit of the French fashion group Christian Dior under judicial administration, after it was found to have exploited Chinese workers to produce luxury goods for a fraction of their retail cost, the Corriere Della Sera newspaper reported on Monday. According to the outlet, the fashion brand charges consumers as much as €2,600 ($2,800) for one bag in its range, although the item costs the Italian manufacturer Dior Srl just €53 ($57) to buy from a factory of Chinese workers “under the table.” These informal subcontractors are alleged to have been exploiting their workers, most of whom are undocumented immigrants from China, and sometimes the Philippines, who have been hired illegally. According to the investigation, some workers were found to be sleeping in the workplace, where health and hygiene conditions were below “ethical” levels.

 

  • A court in central Russia on Wednesday placed the director general of the Chelyabinsk Electrometallurgical Plant (ChEMK), under arrest in a high-profile pedophilia prosecution. The hearing, which was held behind closed doors, concluded with an order that ChEMK CEO, Pavel Khodorovsky, be held in pre-trial detention for two months, which is standard practice in Russia. The local chapter of the Russian Investigative Committee has announced that “Criminal cases have been initiated against the director and other persons for committing crimes against the sexual integrity of minors and public morals,”. The court has also ordered the detention of a young woman whose identity has not been publicly disclosed. According to local media reports, the woman had sexual relations with Khodorovsky when she was a minor, and allegedly acted as a pimp on his behalf, after coming of age.

 

  • India’s External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, who began his second term on Tuesday, said the country will focus on finding solutions to its border disputes with China and Pakistan. “In any country and especially in a democracy, it is a very big deal for a government to get elected three times in a row. So the world will definitely feel that today there is a lot of political stability in India,” Jaishankar told media. The top diplomat noted the focus with regard to Beijing will be on finding a solution to border issues, while New Delhi and Islamabad will work together to find a solution to “years-old” cross-border terrorism.

 

  • President Vladimir Putin has signed a law ratifying an intergovernmental agreement between Russia and China on cooperation in the construction of an International Lunar Research Station (ILRS). The document, in which the president validates a deal first agreed by Moscow and Beijing in 2022. The agreement to cooperate on the Moon station “meets Russia’s interests because it will contribute to strengthening Russia’s strategic partnership with China” and will provide for “the consolidation of Russia’s leading role in the exploration of outer space, including in the exploration and use of the Moon,” an explanatory note to the law reads. Working jointly with Beijing will also increase the efficiency of the research carried out at the ILRS, and will mitigate the potential technical and financial risks associated with exploration and use of the Moon, as well as facilitating the training of scientists and other personnel for future space projects, it added.

 

  • A study has found that the four crew members of Inspiration4, the first all-civilian space mission, became genetically younger during their time in space. But the effects did not last long. Scientists are now trying to unravel how the space environment affects human DNA. Inspiration4 crew members lent their bodies for a series of tests. Results of these experiments have been published in three scientific papers in the journals Nature and Nature Communications on Tuesday, June 11. The tests showed that the space environment has fast-acting and profound effects on the human body, which can be detected in markers in blood after only a few hours in orbit. The Inspiration4 mission provided scientists with an opportunity to study the earliest stages of these space-induced processes in the human body.

 

  • Phil Schneider’s professional life, a geologist and engineer, was shrouded in secrecy. He has worked on high-security projects, including the construction of deep underground military bases. Schneider’s career in geology and engineering has granted him a high level of security clearance, which he says has put him in contact with classified information and extraterrestrial beings. Schneider is perhaps best known for his allegations surrounding the Dulce Base incident in 1979. He claimed that during a routine operation to build an underground facility in Dulce, New Mexico, he and his team drilled into a cavern housing big and disgusting- smell alien beings. A clash ensued which, according to Schneider, left 60 people dead. Schneider also revealed information about black budget projects and advanced technologies allegedly developed in collaboration with extraterrestrial beings. He claimed that the US government had known about UFOs since 1933 and had been involved in secret projects costing billions every year. Schneider described metals that could withstand extreme temperatures and mentioned weapons and surveillance technologies far beyond publicly known capabilities.
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Astronomical Events in 2024

Astronomical Events in 2024

Welcome to 2024! There are plenty of events stargazers can add to their calendars.

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Archaeo Histories

The round boat called Quffa, used for transportation purposes, on a wall relief from the Assyrian period 2,700 years ago, and the boats used by Iraqis on the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the 1920s.

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Mount Roraima

It’s one of most intriguing places on Earth, is located in remote Gran Sabana region of Venezuela. This majestic tabletop mountain, also known as a tepui, stands as one of world’s most beautiful and impressive natural wonders. Rising almost 3000m above sea level, its flat-topped summit and sheer cliffs. The summit of Mount Roraima is a surreal world, often described as a “lost world” due to its isolation and unique ecosystem. Plateau covers an area of approximately 31 square kilometers and is often shrouded in mist, adding to its mystical aura. Weather on summit is unpredictable, with frequent rains and temperatures ranging from warm during day to freezing at night. This isolated environment has led to development of a unique ecosystem, home to many endemic species of plants and animals not found anywhere else on Earth. Carnivorous plants like pitcher plant and sundew thrive here, adapted to nutrient-poor soil by trapping and digesting insects. Plateau is also home to a variety of unique orchids and bromeliads, adding to botanical richness of area.

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These Days …

… planes only fly directly in front of the sun, apparently. @awakenedspecies

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Hurrian Hymn

Hurrian Hymn (part of collection of Hurrian songs), inscribed in Akkadian cuneiform on clay tablets (1550-1400 BC) excavated from ancient Amorite-Canaanite city of Ugarit, northern Syria. © Peter Pringle – National Museum of Damascus

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News Burst 20 July 2024 A massive Microsoft outage has sparked chaos around the world - grounding flights and knocking hospitals, GP surgeries, train services, banks, stock exchanges and TV channels offline. The technical fault has caused Windows computers to suddenly...

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News Burst 19 July 2024 Like what happened for 911, people knew, and shorted certain stocks the week before. Same thing happened to the DJT stock this past week, they expected a huge drop on Monday due to his "untimely death". The stock options activity is undeniable...

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News Burst 18 July 2024 The building in Butler, Pennsylvania that Thomas Matthew Crooks used to fired shots that hit Donald Trump and several supporters, was sold just four months ago. American Glass Research (AGR), which is owned by its parent company, AGR...

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News Burst 17 July 2024 The solar flare from sunspot AR3738 occurred late Saturday night (July 13) at 10:34 p.m. EDT (0234 UT on July 14) and NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the dynamic scene from space. The short-lived flare did not produce a coronal mass...

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News Burst 16 July 2024 French President Emmanuel Macron has authorized the Regulatory Authority for Audiovisual and Digital Communication (Arcom) to begin shutting down TV networks in France that dare to question the WEF’s ‘Net Zero‘ agenda. This week, Arcom was...

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News Burst 15 July 2024 They left the roof wide open. Secret Service snipers had eyes on the shooter. People were screaming about a man on the roof with a gun. But Secret Service waited. They waited for him to take the shots. Then they killed the shooter. It was a...

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