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  • Bitcoin Explodes Towards $52,000. Bitcoin achieved yet another record high in a price rally that has already seen it surging by more than 1,100 percent from its March lows last year.

 

  • First ever check for paleo-viruses on the Pleistocene era animals preserved in permafrost of Yakutia, Russia’s largest and coldest inhabited region started today in the Mammoth Museum of Yakutsk. More than 50 samples were taken from 4,450 year old remains of the Verkhoyansk horse, found in 2009 in north-east of Yakutia and other prehistoric animals from the collection. Work will continue for several more days, with researcher from Vector and team from Yakutia’s Far Eastern Federal University samples finds as old as 28,800 year old Malolyakhovsky woolly mammoth, the Omoloy Elk, Tumat dogs, an ancient partridge and various rodents. All these animals were found β€˜thanks’ to thawing permafrost in the the north and extreme north of Yakutia. Bacteriological tests were made on them all at the time of discovery, but never a check for ancient viruses.

 

  • Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has caused quite a stir on Twitter after he said in his new book that rich countries should eat only 100% synthetic meat. In his new book β€œHow to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need,” the Microsoft founder discusses ways to tackle climate change, with one of them being switching to synthetic beef to reduce methane emissions. The idea is that gases that cattle and sheep release when they belch or pass gas can be reduced by curbing beef consumption. β€œI do think all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef,” Bill Gates told Technology Review.

 

  • 27-year-old Sahayb Abu was arrested in July over accusations that he was planning to carry out a terrorist attack in the UK. The man denies any wrongdoing. According to the Independent, Abu claimed that the man β€œgot 28 years in prison” for planning an β€œattack on Prince George with poisoned ice cream”. “They’re trynna make it out as if he was targeting the baby, he was targeting the family, the Royal Family [sic],” Abu reportedly told the undercover agent. “You know what his plan was? Say like the Royal Family house is there, go to the nearest Sainsbury’s and… put poison in the ice creams so the Royal Family will go and buy the ice creams from there.” After the Royal Family buys a treat, β€œthen most likely the son will eat it,” Abu unveiled. The officer apparently responded to him that the plan was β€œa bit ambitious”. Abu, who is currently on trial, denies preparing any terrorist acts.

 

  • Russia’s energy giant Gazprom has increased its export of gas to France by almost 1.5 times since the start of the year, the company said on its Telegram channel, linking Europe’s surging demand for natural gas to the β€œcold, frosty winter. France’s gas reserves in underground storage have declined below 30%, the gas producer added, citing data from Gas Infrastructure Europe. In Germany, the gas reserves reportedly dropped to 34.17% and to 45.28% in Austria.

 

  • India’s top education board, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has written to the heads of all universities to encourage students to take part in the forthcoming β€œcow science exam” on 25 February. Organised by central government’s Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog (Cow Commission), a national body set up for the promotion of animal husbandry, the exam has provoked criticism for outrageous claims made in its prospectus. The Commission had to remove some parts of the study syllabus after being criticised for strange claims such as that cow dung is used as protection against radiation in nuclear centres in India and Russia. It also mentioned that cow slaughter and earthquakes are linked to each other and even that there are traces of gold in Indian cow’s milk. The exam will be conducted in 12 regional languages besides English.

 

  • Ri Sol Ju, the wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, was last seen in January 2020, when she publicly celebrated Lunar New Year’s Day with her husband at the Samjiyon Theater in Pyongyang, North Korea. Photos released Tuesday by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s state media showed both Kim and Ri smiling while viewing a performance commemorating Kim’s father, former Supreme Leader of North Korea Kim Jong Il. South Korea’s NIS believes she is well and may have avoided appearances as a COVID-19 precaution.

 

  • The Covid-19 pandemic has plunged many people around the world into financial hardship, and many individuals — including Thai citizens — have turned to producing their own, adult content on the British social media platform OnlyFans, in order to survive. In fact, Thailand’s harsh pornography laws don’t seem to deter desperate content creators, some of whom said they had to resort to the infamous social media platform “to get through the pandemic”. An anonymous due to the nature of his work, said he decided to produce his own adult content on the site as he has to support his family and pay off his 700,000-baht debt ($ 24000).

 

  • Ghislaine Maxwell was physically abused by a jail guard during a pat down search and is β€œwithering to a shell” behind bars, dropping weight and losing her hair, an attorney for the accused madam said in court papers filed Tuesday. In the letter to Judge Alison Nathan, Ghislaine Maxwell’s attorney complained about conditions she faces at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, including sleep deprivation, inedible food and the alleged abuse by a jail guard.

 

  • While Joe Biden plays Mario Kart and gets an early night, Kamala Harris is talking to world leaders, prompting the question who really is the President of the United States now?

 

  • Millions of Americans are without power Wednesday morning as winter storms and freezing temperatures batter the country. At least 20 people are dead due to weather-related incidents. As for Texas, the state with the most power outages, millions are still without power heading into the fourth day.

 

  • Thailand warned users of Clubhouse on Wednesday (Feb 17) not to break the law after the audio social media app emerged almost overnight as a platform for discussion of the monarchy, the latest example of the fast-growing app drawing the ire of governments in Asia. Digital minister Puttipong Punnakanta said the Thai authorities were watching Clubhouse users, and political groups on the app were distorting information and potentially violating laws. A large number of Thai users joined Clubhouse in recent days after Pavin Chachavalpongpun, a prominent Japan-based critic of the Thai palace, joined on Friday and started discussing the monarchy. Clubhouse, launched last year, lets users host audio chats. It has surged in popularity in the past couple of months, especially after Tesla CEO Elon Musk appeared on it last month.

 

  • Beginning next week, the Cyberspace Administration of China will require bloggers and influencers to have a government-approved credential before they can publish on a wide range of subjects. Some fear that only state media and official propaganda accounts will get permission. While permits have been needed since at least 2017 to write about topics such as political and military affairs, enforcement has not been widespread. The new rules expand that requirement to health, economics, education and judicial matters.

 

  • Following its Atlantic crossing, the aircraft carrier Cavour, the flagship of the Italian Navy, will conduct its first trials with the F-35B Lightning II stealth fighter. Italy will become the third nation to begin flying the fifth-generation aircraft from an aircraft carrier. The Cavour entered the Chesapeake Bay on February 13 and docked at Norfolk, Virginia, the homeport of the U.S. Navy’s 2nd Fleet. Trials of the short takeoff and vertical landing (STOVL) F-35B from the warship’s deck are due to begin shortly in close cooperation with the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. After demonstrating safe launch and recovery of the jets, the end result should be the declaration that the F-35B is β€œready for operations” aboard the Cavour. Eventually, it will begin flight deck workups with Itay’s domestically-based F-35Bs.

 

  • To Save Time, The Babylon Bee Will Now Just Republish Everything Biden Says Verbatim.

 

  • Daughter’s horror video confirms Sheikh Mohammed is an evil tyrant. It’s time the world turned its back on him and tacky Dubai. Sheikha Latifa, one of his three daughters with that name (he has an estimated 30 children) hit the headlines in 2018 when pre-recorded videos were released of her detailing how she had no freedom and wanted to be able to make her own choices. The clips were only to be aired if her bid to escape Dubai failed. It did. Her father was alerted and tracked her down in international waters, off the coast of India. Indian and UAE commandos swooped to snatch Latifa. In a valiant attempt to shape the narrative, the Sheikh’s PR machine claimed his daughter had been suffering mental health issues and had happily returned home.
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Clashes erupted between protesters and riot police during demonstrations in Catalonia against the arrest of rapper Pablo Hasel, convicted for calling the former Spanish king a thief, with cops in Barcelona firing rubber bullets. Hasel, whose real name is Pablo Rivadulla Duro, was arrested earlier on Tuesday after barricading himself inside the University of Lleida in Catalonia. He is to serve a nine-month sentence handed down in 2018 over song lyrics and tweets regarding disgraced former monarch Juan Carlos I. Many Street Artists support spanish rapper Pablo Hasel.

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Etna Volcano

The eruption spews ash and lava, as seen from Catania, Sicily – Italy – 17th February 2021

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The Information is gathered and all that is perceived to leave, will return to the same Craft and continue to the Mothership. Neioh

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News Burst 18 February 2021 – Earthquakes

Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above

151 Β°C / -239 Β°F

Highest temperature survived by a living thing, the hardcore near indestructible invertebrate Tardigrade (aka moss-pig, water-bear).

 

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When President Trump ordered airstrikes against Syria to strategically hamper their ability to attack our forces stationed there and in Iraq, pretty much every Democrat lawmaker and bureaucrat was screaming about legality and authority. #NewsBurstLive https://noqreport.com/2021/02/25/democrats-silent-on-syrian-airstrikes-after-breathlessly-condemning-them-in-2018/?utm_source=econ

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News Burst 28 February 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 28 February 2021 – Live Feed

A group of nearly 70 β€˜believers’ gathered in Dublin in December to carry out an β€˜Exorcism of the Dail’ ritual while the country was under COVID lockdown.

News Burst 27 February 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 27 February 2021 – Live Feed

Cybersecurity researchers today unwrapped a new campaign aimed at spying on vulnerable Tibetan communities globally by deploying a malicious Firefox extension on target systems. Threat actors aligned with the Chinese Communist Party’s state interests delivered a customized malicious Mozilla Firefox browser extension that facilitated access and control of users’ Gmail accounts.

News Burst 26 February 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 26 February 2021 – Live Feed

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