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  • The West’s proxy conflict is fast draining Ukraine of people – The labor force has shrunk by some 27 percent since the Ukraine conflict escalated, Ukrainian Deputy Central Bank Governor Sergiy Nikolaychuk told Bloomberg. Men have also avoided conscription by working on the informal labor market, wary of the new requirement for employers to provide their details to army recruiters. Billions-worth of weapons funneled to Ukraine cannot compensate for finite human resources, Bloomberg admitted. Despite Kiev encouraging immigrants and women to go to work in place of their menfolk, businesses still had to cut back their operations.

 

  • A woman who was out for a walk stumbled upon a treasure trove of more than 2,150 silver coins which are over 900 years old near Czech Republic’s Kutnohorsk region. The treasure from the Middle Ages was described as “one of the greatest finds of the last decade” by the Institute of Archaeology of the Czech Academy of Sciences (ARUP). The silver coins are said to have been minted some time between 1085 and 1107. According to a statement by the ARUP, it is the largest early medieval coin depot found in the Kutnohorsk region.

 

  • The Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture United Launch Alliance wrote on X, “Hold. The countdown has been stopped. Safing of the Atlas V, Starliner and launch pad systems is underway.” “The launch of Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft has been delayed. Ground controllers called a hold with 3 minutes and 50 seconds left in the countdown. No reason for the delay was immediately given. There is another launch opportunity Sunday,” Washington Post’s Christian Davenport wrote in a blog update. “How can Space X launch 5 of these per day yet NASA and Boeing can’t launch even one in a month??” one X user asked. NASA and Boeing are preparing to launch the much-delayed crewed flight of CST-100 Starliner at 1225 ET from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, atop an Atlas V rocket from the Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture United Launch Alliance. Weather conditions are 90% favorable for launch, Mark Burger, the launch weather officer at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station,said.

 

  • A prize of $10 million will be awarded to the research team that “cracks the code” and develops true inter-species dialogue between humans and animals using AI modeling, the Jeremy Coller Foundation and Tel Aviv University said in a Thursday press release. The “Coller-Dolittle Prize for Two-way Inter-species Communication” is a multi-year project that aims to “take advantage of progress in artificial intelligence, and especially large language models, in order to achieve the ultimate aim of interspecies communication,” the release said. The scientific committee judging the prize entrants hopes for a ‘Turing test’-style communication with non-human organisms – whereby the animal communicates independently without recognizing that it is communicating with humans.

 

  • The warning by President Putin could not be starker: “In the event of the use of long-range weapons, the Russian Armed Forces will again have to make decisions about expanding the sanitary zone further (…) Do they want global conflict? It seemed they wanted to negotiate [with us], but we don’t see much desire to do this.” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov then came up with the appropriate metaphor to designate NATO’s ramped-up military outbursts: not only NATO is raising the degree of escalation but delving into a warlike “ecstasy”. It does not get more serious than that. “They”, as Putin alluded to, do seem to want “global conflict”. That’s at the heart of NATO’s new suicidal “ecstasy” strategy. ~ Pepe Escobar

 

  • Most people by now are familiar with the narrative that our planet faces a dire crisis due to rising temperatures. In January 2023, former Vice President Al Gore provided a graphic depiction during a World Economic Forum summit, informing attendees that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are “now trapping as much extra heat as would be released by 600,000 Hiroshima-class atomic bombs exploding every single day on the Earth. United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres echoed these remarks at the U.N. Environment Assembly in February of this year, warning: “Our planet is on the brink. Despite ubiquitous reports that there is an overwhelming consensus among scientists in support of this narrative, many scientists, like John Clauser, a 2022 Nobel Prize recipient in physics, see it differently. Mr. Clauser stated in 2023 that “the popular narrative about climate change reflects a dangerous corruption of science that threatens the world’s economy and the well-being of billions of people. “Misguided climate science has metastasized into massive shock-journalistic pseudoscience,” Mr. Clauser stated. “In my opinion, there is no real climate crisis.” ~ Kevin Stocklin

 

  • A love marriage in Indonesia ended horrifically just 12 days later after the groom discovered that his ‘wife’ is actually a man. The 26-year-old groom, identified as AK from Naringgul, Java, met his ‘match’ Adinda Kanza, also 26, via Instagram and dated for a year. AK said that after getting comfortable online, the couple decided to meet in person where Adinda wore a niqab as a sign of being a devout Muslim. The revelation shocked the Chinese internet, with many observers stunned that the couple dated in person for a year before tying the knot in April. Kanza also brought 5 grams of gold as a dowry, but the couple did not officially register the marriage certificate.

 

  • [Where Is Kate Middleton ?] Kate Middleton will not attend the key dress rehearsal for Trooping the Colour in June. On May 30, Kensington Palace confirmed that the Princess of Wales, 42, will not carry out her usual role of Inspecting Officer at the traditional Colonel’s Review on June 8. Instead, the honor will fall to Lieutenant General James Bucknall, KCB, CBE. Princess Kate, 42, has maintained a low profile since revealing on March 22 that she has cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy. Prince William said earlier this month that his wife is “doing well.” While there have been no official updates on the royal’s health since, in recent weeks, Kate Middleton has been seen ‘out and about more’ with her family.

 

  • Did the U.S. government really try to confiscate Americans’ gold? The short answer is… well, there isn’t a short answer. It’s a complicated subject with more nuance than most people give it. Yes, President Franklin D. Roosevelt did try to take most of the gold out of the public’s hands. But the scheme didn’t go quite as well as many people claim. Still, some gold dealers use the confiscation story to try to scare you into only buying collectible coins because there was an exception in Roosevelt’s order for “gold coins having a recognized special value to collectors of rare and unusual coins.” They’ll say, “The government could come to take your Gold Eagles as they did in 1933, but not these collectible coins we’re selling.” Of course, these collectible coins come with higher premiums and bigger profits for the dealer. ~ Mike Maharrey

 

  • Masabumi Hosono was a Japanese civil servant. He survived the sinking of the Titanic on 15 April 1912 but found himself condemned and ostracized by the Japanese public, press, and government because of a misconception that he decided to save himself rather than go down with the ship.Hosono’s grandson is Haruomi Hosono, leading member of the Japanese band Yellow Magic Orchestra. Back in Tokyo, Masabumi Hosono was interviewed by a number of magazines and newspapers including the daily Yomiuri Shimbun, which ran a photograph of him with his family. He was publicly condemned in the United States. He was described as a “stowaway” aboard lifeboat 10 by Archibald Gracie and Able Seaman Edward Buley, told a US Senate inquiry that Hosono and the other man had disguised themselves as women in order to sneak aboard. He lost his job and was condemned as a coward by the Japanese press.

 

  • The CIA’s Family Jewels. Agency Violated Charter for 25 Years, wiretapped journalists and dissidents. CIA Announces Declassification of 1970s “Skeletons” File. Seymour Hersh broke the story of CIA’s illegal domestic operations with a front page story in the New York Times on December 22, 1974. Top Ten Most Interesting “Family Jewels” released by the CIA to the National Security Archive, June 26, 2007:
    1) Journalist surveillance – operation CELOTEX I-II (pp. 26-30)
    2) Covert mail opening, codenamed SRPOINTER / HTLINGUAL at JFK airport (pp. 28, 644-45)
    3) Watergate burglar and former CIA operative E. Howard Hunt requests a lock picker (p. 107)
    4) CIA Science and Technology Directorate Chief Carl Duckett “thinks the Director would be ill-advised to say he is acquainted with this program” (Sidney Gottlieb’s drug experiments) (p. 213)
    5) MHCHAOS documents (investigating foreign support for domestic U.S. dissent) reflecting Agency employee resentment against participation (p. 326)
    6) Plan to poison Congo leader Patrice Lumumba (p. 464)
    7) Report of detention of Soviet defector Yuriy Nosenko (p. 522)
    8) Document describing John Lennon funding anti-war activists (p. 552)
    9) MHCHAOS documents (investigating foreign support for domestic U.S. dissent) (pp. 591-93)
    10) CIA counter-intelligence official James J. Angleton and issue of training foreign police in bomb-making, sabotage, etc. (pp. 599-603)

 

  • [Hollywoodism] In an interview with Vinnie Adams on the Disclosure Team, former Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) agent Rick Doty shared remarkable insights into his involvement in counterintelligence and disinformation operations related to UFOs. Doty’s revelations include a stunning claim about a faked alien abduction orchestrated by the military, aimed at protecting classified information.

 

  • Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa won’t shoot for the moon on SpaceX’s Starship after all. Maezawa, who booked a private trip around the moon on SpaceX’s Starship megarocket in 2018, has now scrapped the project — which he called dearMoon — after the rocket wasn’t ready to fly him and eight hand-picked artists in 2023. “I signed the contract in 2018 based on the assumption that dearMoon would launch by the end of 2023,” Maezawa said in a statement on X (formerly Twitter). “It’s a developmental project so it is what it is, but it is still uncertain as to when Starship can launch.”

 

  • The hyperactive sunspot region responsible for May’s incredible auroras has done it again, firing off not one but two X-class solar flares in less than 12 hours. The first X-class solar flare peaked at 6:03 p.m. EDT (2203GMT) on Friday (May 31), and the second did so at 4:48 a.m. EDT (0848 GMT) today (June 1). Solar flares are powerful bursts of electromagnetic radiation that blast from the surface of the sun. They’re categorized by strength into lettered groups, with X-class being the most powerful. Within each class, numbers from 1-10 (and beyond for X-class flares) describe a flare’s relative strength. Friday’s and today’s big flares clocked in at X1.18 and X1.43, respectively.

 

  • China’s Chang’e 6 moon mission is studying landing sites on the lunar far side for accessibility ahead of a planned touchdown attempt this weekend. The robotic Chang’e 6 launched on May 3 and entered lunar orbit about five days later. James Head, of the Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Science at Brown University in Rhode Island, has been working with China’s cadre of lunar exploration planners. At a May 24 meeting of the project science working group for NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission, Head detailed the progression of China’s moon effort.

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The fossils you’re seeing are from the Jimbacrinus crinoid, found in Western Australia (Gascoyne Junction), and they’re believed to be approximately 280 million years old. These marine creatures, also known as sea lilies, lived during the Permian period. The fossils are usually found complete and have not been uncovered in any other location. They were first discovered in 1949 by the manager of Jimba Jimba cattle station, for which the genus was named. ~ @Dr_TheHistories

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