News Burst 18 August 2022
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- The US Department of Justice (DoJ) admitted on Monday that the FBI over-collected evidence in its raid of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence last week. The new precedent could have a chilling effect on past and future presidents, according to US investigative journalist John Solomon. The DoJ has acknowledged that the FBI’s raid resulted in the collection of materials which have to be returned to the former president, including Donald Trump’s passports and documents covered by client-attorney and executive privileges. The FBI’s Mar-a-Lago raid continues to raise new questions “about the real focus of the investigation,” wrote the investigative journalist. Speaking to Just the News, Kevin Brock, who served as FBI assistant director for intelligence under former Director Robert Mueller, explained that search warrants typically require “a level of specificity.” “Specificity is important in order to protect 4th Amendment rights from exuberant government overreach designed to find whatever they can,” Brock said.
- Latvian-born millionaire Dan Rapoport, known for founding Moscow’s exclusive SOHO Rooms nightclub, has been found dead in Washington DC, his wife Alena confirmed on Wednesday. On Tuesday, journalist Yuniya Pugacheva announced on her Telegram channel that Rapoport had killed himself, but not before apparently letting his dog out into a park along with some money and a suicide note attached. The journalist also claimed she had seen Rapoport in a London bar in May surrounded by young women and suggested that his wife had left him. “There were no letters, no suicide, no trip to London and no divorce,” Rapoport’s widow told the RBK news outlet, adding that she was supposed to meet her husband in the US.
- US carrier American Airlines announced on Tuesday that it will purchase up to 20 Overture jets from aircraft maker Boom Supersonic, with an option for an additional 40 planes. “Supersonic travel will be an important part of our ability to deliver for our customers,” American’s chief financial officer, Derek Kerr, said in a statement announcing the order. The supersonic jet is scheduled to roll off the production line from 2025 and will enter service by 2029. It will have a range of 4,250 nautical miles (4,890 miles, 7,870km) and will be able to carry up to 80 passengers. Overture will fly on sustainable aviation fuel, offering lower emissions at speeds of Mach 1.7 over water, which is twice the speed of today’s fastest commercial aircraft, though below the Concorde’s top speed of Mach 2.04 (2,167kph).
- Berlin has plans to subjugate Eastern Europe and has designs on the lands that it lost in the past, Adam Glapinski the head of the National Bank of Poland has claimed, adding that his country stands as a bulwark against those ambitions. Glapinski offered the grim prediction about Warsaw’s current diplomatic confrontation with Berlin in an interview with Gazeta Polska, which was published on Wednesday. Since the reunification of Germany in 1990, Berlin’s strategic goal is to “regain in some form their former lands, which are now within Polish borders, and subordinate the entire belt of countries between Germany and Russia,” the Polish official said.
- Apple is in talks to produce watches and MacBooks in Vietnam as it tries to diversify production away from China, Japan’s Nikkei news agency reported on Wednesday. The company’s Chinese suppliers Luxshare Precision Industry and Taiwan-based iPhone assembler Foxconn have already started test production of the two products in Northern Vietnam, “people with direct knowledge of the matter” told the agency. It would be the first time that Apple Watches and MacBooks have been assembled in Vietnam. It previously made less sophisticated goods for the company, including iPads and AirPod earphones.
- Australian scientists want to use advanced genetic engineering techniques to make an artificial living cell of a Tasmanian tiger and then produce in a tube new members of the extinct species. The project is being pursued by a lab at the University of Melbourne, which announced this week that it has partnered with a Dallas-based genetics firm called Colossal Biosciences. The Australian lab, known by the acronym TIGRR, needs American expertise and computational power to recreate the animal’s genome based on sequencing it did in previous years. They say their gene data is the best available for an extinct animal so far.
- The government should promote healthy alternatives to excessive alcohol consumption rather than adopting restrictive policies, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday. “You cannot prohibit it or impose excessively high excise duties to ramp up the prices,” the Russian leader said during video meeting with a Russian governor on Wednesday, adding that ignoring the problem and saying “people drink and they always will” is also the wrong approach. There are “simple things” that can be done to deal with the issue effectively, Putin suggested, including promoting better lifestyles and offering healthier alternative ways for people to spend their free time. “I am not saying anything novel here, but still. The promotion of a healthy lifestyle is very important. But it’s not enough. There needs to be a developed infrastructure for sports and physical training,” the president noted.
- Western officials started backpedalling on their pledges to eradicate those forms of energy they had previously considered non-green. It was barely a few months earlier that Germany was chastising France for persisting with nuclear energy. Now, Berlin may potentially be joining Paris in turning back to it as a source, all while it also fires the old coal plants back up. Western Europeans had initially figured that they could at least maybe rely on hydroelectric energy from Norway, but the dry summer heat now threatens that, too, as Oslo considers cuts to its exports. And even liquified natural gas from Britain may not be exportable to the EU, since toxic and even radioactive contaminants have recently been found in the supply originally sourced from countries like the US and Qatar.
- Support for punishing Moscow’s offensive in Ukraine through economic means has been on the decline in the EU in recent months as “opinion polls reveal that energy prices are scaring more people than Russian nukes,” Czech writer Josef Bouska pointed out in his article on Monday.
- American tech corporation Oracle is auditing ultra-popular social media platform TikTok’s algorithms and content moderation rules, to check for manipulation by the Chinese Communist Party, Axios reported on Tuesday. The probe is part of parent company ByteDance’s ongoing efforts to clear its name after former president Donald Trump threatened to ban it from the US entirely. The move is part of “Project Texas,” the company’s response to a BuzzFeed report that revealed some China-based employees had access to TikTok users’ data. TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew described the project as an effort to “help build trust with users and key stakeholders by improving our systems and controls” as well as to “make substantive progress toward compliance with the final agreement with the US government that will fully safeguard user data and US national security interests.” TikTok admitted that some Chinese employees are able to access its data.
- The main nuclear-holding countries are trying to convince the public and each other that any real prospect of nuclear conflict is ruled out due to assured mutual destruction. If you feel anxious about a global nuclear conflict erupting all of the sudden, than you might want to consider moving to Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay or some of the central African countries, as these states would most likely survive what the rest of the globe might not in the wake of such a conflict: mass famine. Using modern climate and crop growth models, scientists from the US, Norway, Germany and Australia calculated that the estimated deaths from a nuclear conflict would pale in comparison to those caused by starvation thereafter – and the kickback won’t be limited to those countries exchanging nukes. Any nuclear conflict could cause firestorms that would raise masses of soot into the air, blocking out the sun.
- Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States are countries having the biggest problems with mounting debt globally, an Invezz report revealed on Wednesday. The report analyzed global data using several debt-related factors, including credit card ownership, household debt and government debt in order determine which countries have the highest level of debt. “Canada has the biggest overall debt problems, with a combined debt score of 8.42 out of 10, having appeared in the top 10 countries for each factor we looked at while also topping the table for credit card ownership,” the report said. In addition, Canada has the highest credit card ownership and household debt, the report said. The United Kingdom’s overall debt score is 7.92, while the United States came in third place, having received an overall debt score of 7.75, the report said.
- Many of Mount Kilimanjaro’s roughly 50,000 visitors a year will now be able to post photos of their hike on social media, live stream their ascent and even cry for help or call 911 without having to descend. Tanzanian authorities have announced the launch of a project that looks to deliver high-speed internet connectivity to the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro – the highest peak in Africa at almost 5,900 meters. The internet connection will be organized and delivered by the country’s telecommunications firm. Currently, only a limited area of the mountain is covered, but Information Minister Nape Nnauye vowed that tourists will soon be able to communicate with the rest of the world up to Uhuru peak and the mountain’s summit as of October this year.
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Ol Doinyo Lengai Volcano
Known by local residents as the ‘Mountain of God’, the volcano located in the Gregory Rift is the only one known to spew carbonatite lava, which is rich sodium, potassium, and calcium carbonate, but low in silica, which has the effect of giving the lava lower viscosity. Lava from Tanzania’s mysterious Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano could reveal Earth’s secrets, according to a report in the publication New Scientist, citing Kate Laxton from University College London who has been studying the volcano for several years. One of the unique features of Ol Doinyo Lengai is that it produces effusive eruptions of natrocarbonatite, but every now and then also explodes with a silicate lava – a switch, Laxton says, which is not well understood by scientists. The natrocarbonatite lava has lower viscosity, which in turn makes it one of the fastest flowing lavas and it could easily be mistaken for oil or dirty water. Another unique feature of Ol Doinyo Lengai is that its natrocarbonatite lava is black because it erupts at low temperatures – anywhere between 400 and 600 degrees centigrade – much lower than standard lavas which are rich in silicate and erupt anywhere between 700 and 1,200 degrees centigrade.
According to Laxton, the lava samples collected at Ol Doinyo Lengai may contain clues to Earth’s underworld. In particular, chemical signatures can reveal where in the mantle the ingredients for this strange magma come from and how they were “cooked up” in the first place.
News Burst 18 August 2022 – Bonus Video
Anne Heche was alive and tried to get out the body bag on a stretcher after crash. She was later pronounced dead. The shocking clip was captured by FOX 11’s Sky Fox camera. Popular actress was currently working on movie titled ‘The Girl in Room 13’ about the dark world of human trafficking and the shocking statistics about its widespread victims and its unexpected accomplices.
After examining this video and others from different angles the things that stand out to me are:
1) Why was she placed in a body bag while obviously still alive?
2) Why was she pushed down and restrained while trying to get up?
3) How did the TMZ arrive to the scene faster than the Ambulance?
No one even bat an eye to talk to her like every normal human being would do, show some sympathy, after all she just survived fire, maybe pump some fresh Oxygen too? Nope. They just shoved her right in the truck. Call me a conspiracy theorist but bunch of masked firemen shoved her in the firetruck, not even an ambulance, It was an LA Fire Dpt. truck. which has 63 on the roof, it’s 3… 666, along with everything else it seems beyond strange. ~ awakenedspecies
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