News Burst 27 August 2022
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- Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed on Thursday that the FBI warned Facebook about “Russian propaganda” shortly before the Hunter Biden laptop story broke at the NY Post. “Basically, the background here is the FBI, I think, basically came to us- some folks on our team and was like, ‘Hey, just so you know, like, you should be on high alert… We thought that there was a lot of Russian propaganda in the 2016 election. We have it on notice that, basically, there’s about to be some kind of dump of that’s similar to that. So just be vigilant,” Zuckerberg told Rogan.
- In 2022, German aspirations to simultaneously phase out coal and nuclear power collided with the market realities of dependence on Russian oil and natural gas. Germans have had to make a series of embarrassing concessions, including restarting coal plants. With a change of heart amongst high-income countries for its own nuclear power, this shift in thinking is particularly important as it applies to developing countries. African countries have growing populations, but are less able to afford climate indulgences and themselves only account for some 2 to 3 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions. Unfortunately, green mandates from global lenders deny those countries the ability to build electric capacity and develop economically. Countries denied multilateral funding for nuclear projects wind up accepting bilateral funding from authoritarian countries that do not share our belief in democracy and free markets, and who do not have strong ESG standards. The Roppur 1 nuclear reactor in Bangladesh is an example of how developing countries have been boxed in by rich lenders’ nuclear hypocrisy. Contemplated for decades as a power solution, the reactor is inching towards commissioning next year thanks to a construction partnership with Rosatom, a Russian state corporation. The construction agreement was finalized after multilateral institutions such as the World Bank committed to an unofficial policy of rejecting nuclear projects worldwide. Rosatom did not mind seeing the withdrawal of multilateral support, as it now has agreements with several countries across Africa. Last month it began construction on the El Dabaa 1 reactor in Egypt. With the Western competition thinned out by the lack of multilateral financing guarantees, Rosatom need only worry about competition from Chinese state-owned firms that are also courting clients. There is no shortage of interested buyers.
- Czech President Miloš Zeman has blamed “green madness” for the energy crisis and warned that the abolition of cars with internal combustion engines will only prolong the agony. Zeman said the primary cause of the crisis was not the Ukraine war, but “green fanaticism” that has left European countries dependent on energy sources that cannot meet demand. “Whether it’s called the Green Deal or whatever, I’m afraid. However, I won’t be here anymore when we find out where the green madness will take us,” said Zeman. “The abolition of cars with internal combustion engines will lead to the advent of far more demanding electromobility. The biggest consumers of electricity will be electric cars with a short range and a high price,” he added. The comments were made amidst controversy in the Czech Republic caused by new government regulations which mandate schools, hospitals, and households reduce their temperature by up to six degrees Celsius to save energy.
- In March 2022, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned of a “hurricane of hunger and a meltdown of the global food system” in the wake of the crisis in Ukraine. Guterres said food, fuel and fertiliser prices were skyrocketing with supply chains being disrupted and added this is hitting the poorest the hardest and planting the seeds for political instability and unrest around the globe. According to the International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems, there is currently sufficient food and no risk of global food supply shortages. We see an abundance of food but skyrocketing prices. The issue is not food shortage but speculation on food commodities and the manipulation of an inherently flawed global food system that serves the interests of corporate agribusiness traders and suppliers of inputs at the expense of people’s needs and genuine food security.
- There is a movement afoot to “Get Trump,” at any cost. The goal is to prevent him from running in 2024. Many in this movement are willing to use any means to attain what they believe to be a necessary and admirable goal. “Democracy is at stake,” they claim. They are prepared to sacrifice constitutional rights, civil liberties, principles and the rule of law to stop Trump. ~ Alan Dershowitz via The Gatestone Institute
- The LA Homeless Services Authority has put out a call for the word ‘homeless’ to be dropped, claiming that the term is ‘outdated and dehumanising’, and leads to ‘othering’. The Authority, which has the word Homeless in its name, wants to see it replaced with terms such as ‘people who live outside’ in order to “emphasize personhood over housing status.” Of course, none of this will actually do anything to improve the homelessness people living outside epidemic that is ravaging practically every city in the country and getting worse.
- A medical Army officer who discovered a sudden increase in disease coinciding with reports of side effects alongside COVID-19 vaccines—which the Army has dismissed as a data glitch—said he faces involuntary separation after being convicted but not punished for disobeying COVID-19 protocol. In January 2022, First Lt. Mark Bashaw, a preventive medicine officer at the Army, started noticing some “alarming signals” within the defense epidemiological database. The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), which tracks disease and injuries of 1.3 million active component service members, showed during the pandemic a significant increase in reports of cancers, myocarditis, and pericarditis; as well as some other diseases like male infertility, tumors, a lung disease caused by blood clots, and HIV, Bashaw said.
- Moderna, Inc., a biotechnology company pioneering messenger RNA (mRNA) therapeutics and vaccines, today is filing patent infringement lawsuits against Pfizer and BioNTech in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the Regional Court of Düsseldorf in Germany. Moderna believes that Pfizer and BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine Comirnaty® infringes patents Moderna filed between 2010 and 2016 covering Moderna’s foundational mRNA technology. This technology was critical to the development of Moderna’s own mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, Spikevax®. Pfizer and BioNTech copied this technology, without Moderna’s permission, to make Comirnaty®.
- For the last eight years, a group of publicly unknown activists in Ukraine have been compiling lists of ‘enemies of the people’ with impunity. Hundreds of thousands have been declared criminals without trial. Among them are not only Russian citizens, but also Ukrainian opposition figures and bloggers, European politicians, and US citizens. At the very least, being added to this list is a stigma that makes life difficult in Ukraine, but it can also serve as justification for imprisonment or, in some cases, even being killed. Daria Dugina, daughter of world-famous Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin, who’s name also can be found on that list.
- For the last eight years, a group of publicly unknown activists in Ukraine have been compiling lists of ‘enemies of the people’ with impunity. Hundreds of thousands have been declared criminals without trial. Among them are not only Russian citizens, but also Ukrainian opposition figures and bloggers, European politicians, and US citizens. At the very least, being added to this list is a stigma that makes life difficult in Ukraine, but it can also serve as justification for imprisonment or, in some cases, even being killed. Daria Dugina’s name, daughter of Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin, also can be found on that list. The Ukrainian authorities have done nothing about this despite condemnation from the international community.
- The US will not be able to replace Russian uranium in the event of an import ban, Assistant Secretary of Energy Kathryn Huff has warned, saying Washington must develop enrichment capabilities domestically. “Worldwide, there’s not enough capacity to replace that gap from trusted sources,” Huff told the Washington Examiner on Wednesday, adding that it was the US’s responsibility to “encourage and incentivize that enrichment and conversion capability” on American soil.
- A new campaign by Google’s behavioral tech incubator Jigsaw aims to “pre-bunk” harmful claims about Ukrainian refugees, targeting audiences in Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic with video clips designed to educate them about the types of psychological manipulation the spreaders of disinformation might deploy against them. Taking its cue from ‘inoculation theory’ and the logic behind vaccination – in which someone is exposed to a virus, or in this case exposing them to knowledge about misinformation – the goal of the campaign is apparently to boost people’s defenses against false information. “If you tell people what’s true and false, a lot of people will dispute the claims…but what you can predict are the techniques that will be used in spreading misinformation, like with the Ukrainian crisis,” Jon Roozenbeek, the lead author on a study of the research behind Jigsaw’s campaign, told Reuters in an interview.
- NATO is investigating the reported sale of its classified documents by a hacker group, the BBC reported on Thursday. Some of the data describes in detail the products of MBDA Missile Systems, a pan-European defense manufacturer. “We are assessing claims relating to data allegedly stolen from MBDA. We have no indication that any NATO network has been compromised,” the British broadcaster quoted a spokesperson for the alliance as saying. The BBC said unidentified hackers were asking 15 Bitcoins (roughly $320,000 at current price) for the trove of stolen data. The price and other details coincide with what was reported in early August by the French cybersecurity and information technology news website LeMagIT.
- Officials from Turkey, Finland and Sweden have agreed to hold a series of meetings through autumn to discuss security issues raised by Ankara as a precondition for Helsinki and Stockholm joining NATO. Their trilateral meeting took place in the southern Finnish city of Vantaa on Friday. “Ankara is not content with Sweden and Finland’s performance after the Madrid summit,” explained Dr. Hasan Selim Ozertem, an Ankara-based security and political analyst. “Recently, the [Turkish] president reminded us that before expected steps to be taken by these countries Turkey will not be ratifying their accession to NATO.”
- US researchers, in cooperation with the Dog Aging Project Consortium, found a clue to preventing canine cognitive dysfunction, also known as “doggy dementia”. Like humans, some doggos may start to lose their cognitive functions, especially with age, acting weirdly and sometimes seemingly falling back to their early habits when they were just cubs. The recent findings suggest that as many as 1.4% of dogs may suffer from this condition.
However, after gathering health info and carrying out surveys of owners of 15,000 dogs, researchers found that the canines which engaged in active exercise throughout their lives were 6.5 times less likely to develop the condition. Even simply taking walks with your dog apparently helps reduce the risk of dementia (in them and in you, human studies suggest).
- The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has detected the first evidence of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of an exoplanet far beyond the Solar System orbiting a star 700 light years away, NASA announced in a press release on Thursday. “NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has captured the first clear evidence for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of a planet outside the solar system,” the release said. “This observation of a gas giant planet orbiting a Sun-like star 700 light-years away provides important insights into the composition and formation of the planet.” The discovery has already been accepted for publication in the science journal “Nature” and it offers evidence that JWST may also be able to detect and measure carbon dioxide levels in the thinner atmospheres of smaller rocky planets similar to earth, the release said. “WASP-39 b is a hot gas giant with a mass roughly one-quarter that of Jupiter (about the same as Saturn) and a diameter 1.3 times greater than Jupiter. Its extreme puffiness is related in part to its high temperature (about 1,600 degrees Fahrenheit or 900 degrees Celsius),” the release added. WASP-39 b orbits very close to its star and is only one-eighth the distance between the Sun and Mercury, completing one circuit in just over four Earth-days, according to the release.
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These are cameras of very high Technology. Frequencies are monitored as well as placement of Crystals beneath oceans, mountains and ice that will serve as transmitters for incoming crafts. These Pleiadian Operations are frequent and ongoing. Many are dispersed around the planet and will join as a Fleet again before entering the Mothership that is stationed 50 miles above. ~ Neioh
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This ever-evolving statue of Kafka, created by David Černý and located in Prague, is a reference to The Metamorphosis, his most famous work.
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