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  • Will Fauci and his ilk answer for damage caused by Covid policies? The American pandemic czar has admitted he was just making up restrictions on the fly during the crisis.As with so many other issues, establishment bureaucrats just got in the way of common sense and ended up reframing reality.

 

  • On the floor of the Ex-Robots factory in China’s northeastern coastal city of Dalian, engineers develop humanoid robots with a focus on enhancing facial expressions and emotions. “We have our own software and algorithm teams,” said Ex-Robots Chief Executive Li Boyang, adding that humanoid robots are the most complex class of robotic products. “There are many basic models and algorithms that are commonly open source, which everyone uses. However, we concentrate more on how to enable the AI to recognise and express expressions and emotions.” As an Ex-Robots worker moves her head, smiles and sticks out her tongue, a humanoid robot mimics her movement thanks to tiny motors installed in several spaces in its head.

 

  • Many citizens of the West believe that they live in free societies, or something close. But as time goes on, public authorities increasingly insist on having a say in everything. People cannot build things on their own land without permits. They cannot run businesses without approvals and inspections. They cannot give advice without professional designations. They cannot educate their children outside of state-mandated curricula. They cannot hire employees without triggering a myriad of workplace and tax requirements. They cannot produce and sell milk, cheese, or eggs without a license. They cannot earn money, spend money, or hold property without being taxed, and then taxed again. ~ Bruce Pardy

 

  • Major venues now punishing people for using cash vs. plastic. Noa Khamallah, a 41-year-old New Yorker, found out the hard way. Looking to enjoy some popcorn and soda at a game, Khamallah was shocked to discover that his cash was as good as obsolete. Instead, he was directed to a “reverse ATM,” where he inserted $200 only to receive a debit card with $196.50 – after he was hit with a $3.50 service fee for the ‘convenience’ of going cash-free. “It’s just not right,” Khamallah told the outlet, echoing the sentiments of other New Yorkers shocked that what used to save you money – cash payments, now costs more. In some cases, transaction fees have soared more than $6 just for the privilege of spending your own funds.

 

  • Former US President Donald Trump has said that he would stop handing over tens of billions of dollars to Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky, promising to have the situation in Ukraine “settled” if he is re-elected this year. “I think Zelensky is maybe the greatest salesman of any politician that’s ever lived,” Trump told supporters at ‘The People’s Convention’, a conservative conference held by Turning Point Action in Michigan on Saturday. “Every time he comes to our country, he walks away with $60 billion,” Trump said of the Ukrainian leader. “So now here’s the beauty. He just left four days ago with $60 billion, and he gets home and he announces that he needs another $60 billion or else it never ends, it never ends.”

 

  • Twelve countries attending the Swiss-hosted Ukraine ‘peace conference’ have refused to sign the final communique. According to the list, Armenia, Brazil, India, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and the UAE are among the states that did not sign the declaration, as well as four organizations, including the UN and OSCE. Meanwhile, 79 nations, including Hungary, Serbia, Argentina, Türkiye, and Georgia, as well as four international bodies, joined Ukraine in endorsing the document.

 

  • Choosing the right swimsuit color for your child isn’t just about style — it’s also about safety. The colour of your child’s swimwear can significantly impact how easily they can be spotted in the water, which is crucial for their safety. Visibility is extremely important when it comes to babies and water. Bright, neon colours stand out and make it easier for parents, instructors, and lifeguards to keep an eye on children, whether they are in a pool, or body of water (especially with varying water conditions).

 

  • Elon Musk was speaking to the Cato Institute about the “implosion of the birth rate,” noting that we should be “very concerned” because it is “accelerating in most countries.” “If there are no humans, there’s no humanity,” Musk simplified, adding “we need to make them somehow.” The Space X owner continued, “In the sort of extreme form of the environmentalist movement, people start to view humans as a plague on the surface of the earth, as a fundamentally bad thing, and with the implication that if all humans disappeared, somehow earth would be better off.”

 

  • A Texas passenger is being sued by the Federal Aviation Administration over disruptions she caused during a flight. The passenger has been fined US$81,950 by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for kicking and spitting at flight attendants and passengers before attempting to open the cabin door on an American Airlines flight. The facts alleged against the 34-year-old date back to July three years ago. The woman was flying business class on an American Airlines flight from Dallas, Texas, to Charlotte, North Carolina, when she engaged in a series of dangerous behaviors. This incident comes in the wake of the FAA’s zero-tolerance policy towards aggressive passenger behaviour. FAA data show a significant drop in such incidents: nearly 6,000 reports in 2021, falling to 2,455 in 2022, and 2,075 in 2023. So far this year, 885 cases have been reported. In a recent statement, the FAA warned against disruptive behaviour as summer travel begins.

 

  • In an extraordinary revelation, Paul Hellyer, the former Canadian Minister of National Defence, has unequivocally confirmed the existence of UFOs. Hellyer, known for his significant contributions to Canadian defense and transportation, has become a vocal advocate for UFO disclosure. His testimony sheds light on extraterrestrial encounters, government secrecy, and the broader implications for humanity. In a 2013 symposium at the University of Toronto, Hellyer made a groundbreaking statement: “UFOs are as real as the airplanes flying overhead.” This declaration marked him as the first person of cabinet rank in the G8 group of countries to confirm the existence of UFOs unequivocally.

 

  • [Hollywoodism] Cell phones will become obsolete in the future, being replaced by chips that are implanted directly in the human brain, billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has predicted. Musk shared his latest prediction in response to a post published on X (formerly Twitter) by a parody account named Not Elon Musk on Sunday. The original message read: “Would you install a Neuralink interface on your brain to allow you to control your new X phone by thinking?” Musk replied by claiming that “in the future, there will be no phones, just Neuralinks.”

 

  • The Council of the EU formally adopted the – first of its kind – regulation on nature restoration. This law aims to put measures in place to restore at least 20% of the EU’s land and sea areas by 2030, and all ecosystems in need of restoration by 2050. The regulation covers a range of terrestrial, coastal and freshwater, forest, agricultural and urban ecosystems, including wetlands, grasslands, forests, rivers and lakes, as well as marine ecosystems, including seagrass and sponge and coral beds.

 

  • Simon Brown, 28, went into an ‘uncontrollable rage’ and beat convicted paedophile William ‘Bill’ Rowe, 71, to death after he allegedly ‘bragged and boasted’ about his crimes. Rowe had been jailed two decades earlier for child sex offences and Brown claimed he boasted that his sexual offending ‘wasn’t the first time and probably wouldn’t be the last’. The violence was only triggered when the pensioner, on being shown the report headlined ‘Dartford rapist William Rowe locked up for brutal sex attacks on young girl two decades ago’, smirked, laughed and dismissed his crimes as “a bit of fun”. Brown, dad of two, said he lost his temper when the pensioner “bragged and boasted” about his deviant past, having been confronted with a KentOnline article from 2012 reporting his two convictions for multiple offences of sexual abuse on two young children.

 

  • New research is providing understanding about how planets form around small stars, called very low mass stars, or VLMS. The chemistry of the planet-forming disks of gas and dust surrounding them is different from similar disks observed around stars like the sun. The James Webb Space Telescope has gathered data on a planet-forming, or protoplanetary, disk around a newborn star called ISO-Chal 147. It is only about 11 percent of the sun’s mass. Its diameter is about 43 percent of the sun’s, and its luminosity is about two percent of the sun’s. Luminosity is a measure of electromagnetic radiation.
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Volcanic Lightning

The earliest recorded observations of volcanic lightning are from Pliny the Younger, describing the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, “There was a most intense darkness rendered more appalling by the fitful gleam of torches at intervals obscured by the transient blaze of lightning.” The first studies of volcanic lightning were also conducted at Mount Vesuvius by Luigi Palmieri who observed the eruptions of 1858, 1861, 1868, and 1872 from Vesuvius Observatory. These eruptions often included lightning activity. : Credit to the Owner @archeohistories

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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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