News Burst 20 February 2021
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- Bitcoin has set a new all-time record rising by more than 2 percent to $52,757. The cryptocurrency, which climbed past the $50,000 threshold on Tuesday, has skyrocketed over the past year, seeing its price increase seven-fold. Its value has also been driven up by a hefty investment by electric car manufacturer Tesla who announced in January it had purchased $1.5 billion worth of the cryptocurrency. Based on the blockchain technology allowing for the decentralised storage of data, Bitcoin was launched in 2009 and over the past decade has become one of the world’s biggest by market capitalisation.
- TikTokers have en masse been liking and sharing a long-declassified CIA report claiming that people can “travel through time and space” with the help of just their minds. The 1983 report that focuses on a mind-blowing technique dubbed the Gateway Experience, was officially made public in 2003, giving instructions on how humans could manage to transcend space and time. One TikTok user, Abigail Carey, it portrays the said “outlets as reasonable starting points to reasonably access the gateway”. The TikToker says the report attempts to “literally” shed some light on such vital and still unresolved issues like “where we go when we die, what ‘consciousness’ is, our universe is a hologram, time travel, and how to send telepathic messages”.
- UK, the European Union, the United States and New Zealand follow Australia in taking a more aggressive stance towards Facebook and Google in protecting their local media outlets? Earlier this month the Financial Times reported that the European Union was drafting two new laws – the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act which could copy aspects of the Australian legislation.
- Based on the alignment of the stars on Friday, India marks the “birth anniversary” of one of its holiest rivers – the Narmada. The river, which originates from a narrow creek in central India’s Amarkantak city, stretches over 1,000 kilometres and passes through Gujarat state, to finally flow into the mighty Arabian Sea. According to Hindu mythology, the goddess Narmada is the daughter of Lord Shiva, who was transformed into a river as a blessing for humankind and animals. The holy scriptures say that while dipping into the Ganges River can rid one of their sins, merely looking at the Narmada River can purify one’s soul.
- Competition for the Arctic has heated up in recent years. The Central Research Institute of Precession Engineering (TSNIITOCHMASH), a Russian military design bureau developing firearms, ammunition, anti-tank systems and self-propelled artillery, has reopened a special laboratory to test equipment that can be used in extreme weather conditions. A spokesperson for the company confirmed that the lab has been certified, and that it will be able to simulate conditions found in the Arctic, as well as areas with high levels of dust contamination or humidity/rain.
- Six people have been detained in the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon over the production of false vaccines against COVID-19, the Ministry of Security and Civilian Protection said. The ministry also called on Mexican citizens to be vigilant and receive vaccines only in state centers and hospitals.
- The strict lockdown in the UK was so effective that it stopped the spread of Covid in Sweden as well.
- Chinese authorities recently announced a crackdown on criminal rings involved in making fake COVID-19 vaccines, and revealed that some of the products were distributed to other countries. Arrested suspects were accused of gaining illicit profits totaling around 18 million yuan (about $2.78 million). As of Feb. 10, twenty-one vaccine-related cases were being investigated across the country, with 70 suspects arrested. In the early stages of China’s vaccine rollout, the report said, suspects made huge profits through manufacturing fake vaccines, selling and reselling them at high prices, and inoculating groups without authorization.
- Protesters in Barcelona set fires and blocked streets in the second night of furious demonstrations against the arrest of rapper Pablo Hasel, who was sentenced for insulting Spain’s king calling disgraced former monarch Juan Carlos I a “thief” and a “mafia boss”.
- While not quite on par with ‘Inception,’ researchers from Northwestern University have discovered a new phenomenon they describe as “interactive dreaming,” in which sleeping participants could communicate and answer questions. Sleep, particularly Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep, the stage strongly associated with the dream state, remains poorly understood, but this latest research throws open the possibility of training our dreaming capacity and helping us solve problems, achieve goals or overcome issues.
- Residents of Saint-Senier-de-Beuvron are at odds with Elon Musk’s SpaceX after the tech giant announced plans to erect a massive satellite array there. The ambitious idea has prompted health concerns among locals. Saint-Senier-de-Beuvron is a small rural village located in the north-western French province of Normandy. Home to some 350 residents, it attracted some unexpected – and unwelcome – attention earlier this month when it got named one of three locations across the country to get a Starlink ground station.
- The Federal Reserve just printed another $100 BILLION this week alone.
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Democratic Republic of the Congo
Another mysterious monolith has appeared, this time in the Democratic Republic of the Congo – only to be later destroyed by frightened locals. The nearly four-metre (12-foot) metal structure was discovered in Kinshasa last weekend. According to the BBC, the crowd just wanted to see what was inside and what exactly the metal object was made of. Local Mayor Bayllon Gaibene told the broadcaster that he had sent out some of the material for research to find out about its origins. Reuters suggested that some locals were afraid of the monolith and believed it had been placed there by aliens or the Illuminati. Some feared it was satanic or a secret cabal, “it is a triangle that we often see in documentaries about freemasons or illuminati”.
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A dispute has broken out between members of a wealthy German family that can trace their line back to the medieval aristocracy over the decision of a young prince to sell one of their most prominent castles to the state. In court papers issued this week, 66-year old Prince Ernst August, head of the House of Hanover, alleged that his son, who inherited the property, went “behind his back” when selling the family’s castle to the government for just one euro. According to The Times, it also alleged that the younger prince illegally appropriated some of the family’s items from a library and a museum such as paintings, sculptures, and antique coaches.
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Siberian zoo shares a video of a young tiger using an unusual high-pitched call. The sound described as ‘crying and giggling’ is the cub’s trademark way to seek attention, the zoo said. The Amur tiger cub was born at the beginning of June 2020 as part of a large litter of four to parents Sherkhan and Bagheera.
News Burst 20 February 2021 – Earthquakes
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UPDATE 20:40 ~ The Mars Rover Perseverance has almost completed its 293-million-mile (473-million-kilometer) journey to its new home, the Red Planet. In July 2020, a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launched Perseverance from America’s Multi-User Spaceport. Now, Perseverance will touch down on Mars to begin its mission of exploring the Martian surface and seeking evidence of ancient life on Mars.
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.
A Facebook group with thousands of members, which opposes Israel’s vaccination deployment and has devised strategies for sabotaging it, has been shut down by the tech giant for the second time in as many weeks.
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