News Burst 25 November 2020
News Burst 25 November 2020 – Live Feed. By Disclosure News.
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News Burst 25 November 2020 – Featured News
- Ghislaine Maxwell may get the covid treatment. Federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York reported on Monday that Epstein’s girlfriend and madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, 58, who faces criminal charges of sex trafficking and is being held in a federal lockup in Brooklyn, is in quarantine after a staffer working in her area of pre-trial lockup in the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) contracted the coronavirus, the Law & Crime blog reported. Maxwell herself has tested negative and is not exhibiting symptoms, for now.
- Silicon Valley tech legend Keith Rabois is leaving San Francisco and “moving immediately” to Florida, adding to the list of tech heavyweights who have left the Bay Area. “I think San Francisco is just so massively improperly run and managed that it’s impossible to stay here,” said Rabois, an early executive at PayPal, Square, Linkedin, Yelp who has been a Bay Area resident of two decades, telling Forbes that many in his social circles are leaving as well. ” It’s not quite as obvious where people are moving to and if they’ve actually moved since everybody’s working remotely.”
- Sean Joyce, the former chief trust officer at Airbnb, resigned from his post last year over concerns about the company’s data-sharing policy. Joyce claims that the company inappropriately shares data with the Chinese government without the consent of its users. The company’s co-founder allegedly told him: “We’re not here to promote American values.” According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, a former executive at Airbnb resigned from his post just six months after he started over concerns about the company’s relationship with China. Joyce claims that Airbnb users are typically unaware that the company often complies with data requests from China’s Communist Party.
- Beijing’s space agency has embarked on a project to harvest rocks from the lunar surface with a robotic craft and bring them back to Earth, a feat accomplished by only two other nations and last attempted nearly 50 years ago. The China National Space Administration’s (CNSA) Chang’e-5 mission blasted off from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in a pre-dawn launch on Monday, putting the advanced robotic craft and its Long March-5 carrier rocket – the largest of its kind in China – on course for the Moon. If all goes off without a hitch, the craft is meant to gather space rocks off the pock-marked satellite and ship them back home by mid-December.
- Sardines are up to two-thirds smaller now than they were 12 years ago. Researchers at the French oceanographic institute, Ifremer, have been studying the sizes of sardines in the Mediterranean sea and the Bay of Biscay in the Atlantic. The changing sardine populations are having knock on-effects, the team also noted, with other species like cod and seabird also suffering.
- Russia’s national telecoms watchdog has launched an administrative case against Google over the American technology giant’s continued reluctance to remove banned content from its search results, as required under Russian law. The prohibited websites that still can be found in the search results include those with extremist, pornographic and suicidal content, Roskomnadzor said on Monday. The search engine doesn’t delete up to 30 percent of “dangerous content,” the regulator added. The administrative case has been launched over repeat violations of the 2017 law, which orders search operators to remove content flagged as illegal in a special registry. Google “didn’t present any objections” to the act drawn up against it, Roskomnadzor said.
- A prisoner who raped and then killed another inmate, who was an infamous paedophile in Britain, has been given a life term for the murder, with the judge describing the grisly killing as sadistic. Paul Fitzgerald, 30, said the killing of Richard Huckle in October 2019 was “poetic justice” for the estimated 200 children abused by the notorious paedophile. The two men were both serving sentences at HMP Full Sutton in East Yorkshire. Fitzgerald strangled Huckle with an electrical cable sheath and inserted a pen into his brain.
- Tradewinds Travel, a UK-based independent tour operator, posted a statement on its website explaining that customers would have to go elsewhere if they wanted to book a flight with Qantas, citing the Australian airline’s CEO that the company was looking into requiring international travellers to have proof of vaccination against coronavirus. “We feel that bodily autonomy with regard to medical intervention is a personal choice and not something to be forced onto people by businesses. We are not anti-vaccination but we are pro-choice. There is a huge difference between coercion and making a free choice” a source said. The travel agency noted that Australia as a nation has the right to deny entry to people without a vaccination, but that “it is not up to an airline to enforce this upon customers.”
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News Burst 25 November 2020 – Bonus IMG
For the third time this year, video has emerged on social media of unknown persons forcing young men to walk semi-nude through the streets of Guasave, Sinaloa, with their hands tied and bearing written messages implicating them as disloyal gangsters. On Saturday, two young men were taken to the city center with their wrists tied in front of them and forced to walk through the streets wearing little clothing.
News Burst 25 November 2020 – Bonus Video
Wildlife officials have stumbled upon a bizarre monolith-like structure in the Utah desert, prompting the internet to pump out Stanley Kubrick jokes and lamentations about the weirdness of 2020. Upon closer inspection, the officials realized that they had chanced upon a metal monolith that had been installed in a secluded area of red rock. The Utah Department of Public Safety released photographs and videos of their staff marveling at the object, which is estimated to be between 10-12 feet (3-3.6 meters) in height. In a press release, the department said that it would not reveal the location of the monolith because it’s in a “very remote” area. Although clearly amused by their discovery, the department also reminded the public that it’s unlawful to tinker with protected lands. The world may never know where the metal object came from. Utah officials said they are still deciding if the odd find warrants further investigation.
News Burst 25 November 2020 – Bonus Video
November 18, 2020
Pleiadian Mothership almost 2 miles wide. This one has Dispersed 30 Crafts that are in the area and will return when Signaled. Neioh
News Burst 2 September 2020 – Solar Activity
New sunspot AR2786 is so big it could swallow Earth with barely a ripple. The sunspot is turning toward Earth and could soon become a source of geoeffective flares.
Sunspot AR2785 erupted during the late hours of Nov. 23rd (2335 UTC), producing a C4-class solar flare. The explosion hurled a plume of plasma more than 350,000 km across the sun. More solar flares are in the offing. Three of the biggest sunspots of young Solar Cycle 25 (AR2783, AR2785, AR2786) are either facing Earth or turning in our direction.
News Burst 25 November 2020 – Earthquakes
Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above
1.200 °C / 2,192 °F
Cetaceans like dolphins and whales will no longer be kept in Canadian aquariums after the government passed a bill that prohibits their captivity. The bill, S-203, was first proposed in 2015, and it was finally passed after three years of intense legislative battles. With the bill in effect, Canada has taken another step towards becoming more environmentally responsible.
The president of the Vatican Tribunal Giuseppe Pignatone read the sentence which establishes that Angelo Caloia and Gabriele Liuzzo were sentenced to 8 years and 11 months in prison for the crimes of money laundering and aggravated embezzlement.
The discovery of an ancient idol, believed to be that of the Hindu god of the Sun, in a remote village in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh has triggered a wave of excitement among local people. Many residents of the area view the ancient idol’s discovery as a miracle.
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