News Burst 27 October 2020
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- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced they will approve the use of phosphogypsum in road construction. Phosphogypsum is the radioactive waste product left over from the production of fertilizer, and Florida has a lot of phosphogypsum.
- The US tech giant Facebook may introduce emergency measures to regulate viral content in case of election-related conflicts and unrest in the United States, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing informed sources. The tools, which Facebook is planning to deploy, were earlier designed for “at-risk” countries and have already been used in Myanmar and Sri Lanka. They allow holding back the spread of viral content and lower the threshold for the identification of potentially inflammatory posts. Facebook will implement such measures only in case of a critical situation that may cause election-related violence, the paper wrote, noting that if the company decides to use those tools, they will transform the information that millions of Americans receive. The Wall Street Journal added that this plan has been criticized by some members of the Facebook team and the representatives of the Republican and Democratic parties, who believe that the implementation of content regulation measures will hamper political discussion.
- At least eight children were killed and a dozen wounded after attackers stormed a school in southwestern Cameroon with guns and machetes, the United Nations has said.. It was not clear if the attack was linked to the ongoing struggle between the army and groups attempting to form a breakaway state called Ambazonia in the English-speaking west. The region has been engulfed by ongoing unrest since 2017 between anglophone separatists and government security forces in two western districts. The conflict has killed 3,000 people and displaced hundreds of thousands.
- Social media has been flooded with tributes for Zimbabwean rapper Calvin Nhliziyo, popularly known as Cal Vin, after he was killed in an alleged hit-and-run accident. The rapper was struck by a car when he was on his way home in Luveve 5 from watching an international soccer match at Emakhandeni Club in Bulawayo. Police say investigations are under way. Cal Vin was in the company of his girlfriend and one of the last people to see him alive was Umahlekisa Comedy Club director Ntando Van Moyo.
- Despite having long played down the presence of the powerful Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) in Mexico City, a series of recent moves is making such denials increasingly pointless. In recent weeks, signs have emerged that the Jalisco cartel is expanding its presence in the capital, largely by allying itself with the Fuerza Anti-Unión to take on the capital’s largest criminal gang, La Unión Tepito. On October 3, a shoot-out in the borough of Azcapotzalco left six dead and four wounded, with one of the arrested perpetrators telling police they were hired by the CJNG to attack drug dealers associated with the Unión Tepito, according to the newspaper El Universal. But earlier in September, Mexico City’s Secretary of Citizen Security, Omar García Harfuch, claimed that the CJNG had no significant presence in the capital and that local gangs, such as the Unión Tepito and their enemy the Fuerza Anti-Unión, had been broken up into “atomized cells.” More recently, he identified 14 criminal groups operating in the capital – without including the CJNG. García’s comments came mere months after his attempted assassination on June 26, when CJNG gunmen shot up his car, hitting him three times and killing his bodyguards as well as a passerby.
- Calling famous classical music composers just by their last names can be “harmful” nowadays, according to an article published in US liberal magazine Slate. The piece was instantly mocked online. Writing for Slate, Chris White, an assistant professor of music theory at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, took issue with how some composers, like Beethoven or Mozart, are often referred to just by their last names, while others are not. In fact, continuing to use such mononyms today could be seen as “outdated and harmful,” he argued. When we say, ‘Tonight, you’ll be hearing symphonies by Brahms and Edmond Dede,’ we’re linguistically treating the former as being on a different plane than the latter, a difference originally created by centuries of systematic prejudice, exclusion, sexism, and racism. The piece was immediately ridiculed online. Some even vowed to only use Mozart’s “complete” baptismal name from now on, which consists of four different names, Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart.
- A survey conducted by Indikator Politik Indonesia has shown that most respondents want regional leader candidates who have violated COVID-19 health protocols to be disqualified from the December elections. Furthermore, 8.4 percent of respondents wanted regional leaders who violated health protocols to receive jail time. The survey also revealed that 18.2 percent of respondents wanted violators to be banned from campaign activities, while 16.7 percent wanted them to pay fines. In regard to the 2020 regional elections, 14.8 percent of respondents said that they strongly agreed that the event carried a high risk of virus transmission.
- Australia raised concerns with Qatar on Monday after female passengers — including 13 Australians — who were ready to leave Doha for Sydney aboard a flight were reportedly subjected to invasive internal examinations without consent. The examinations, which reportedly occurred earlier this month, were triggered after a premature baby was found in an airport bathroom at Hamad International Airport in Doha, according to Australian media. Foreign Minister Marise Payne described the reports as “grossly disturbing” and “offensive,” and said Australia is waiting on a report from Qatari authorities before taking further steps. According to a statement from Hamad Airport, published by the Australian Broadcasting Corp., the baby is safe and receiving medical care. The mother of the baby has not been located. Passengers told the ABC that all women on board the plane were told to disembark and underwent the examinations in an ambulance parked on the tarmac without being told why. The women went into 14-day hotel quarantine on their arrival in Sydney and have received mental health support.
- The Senate Judiciary Committee announced Friday that it will hear testimony from the CEOs of Facebook and Twitter on Nov. 17 over their platforms’ work to limit the spread of a controversial article about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), the panel’s chairman, said in a statement the hearing with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey will focus on the “platforms’ censorship and suppression” of the unconfirmed articles from The New York Post. Both executives, along with Alphabet’s Sundar Pichai, will also testify before the Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday for a hearing on content moderation, data privacy and media consolidation.
- Ghislaine Maxwell’s testimony in a civil lawsuit by one of her accusers was made public Thursday after the British socialite waged a fierce battle to keep the documents under wraps. Pressed to describe any instances in which Epstein hosted the former president Bill Clinton on his private plane or his island, Little St. James, she responded emphatically. “Virginia is absolutely totally lying,” she testified. “This is a subject of defamation about Virginia and the lies she has told and one of [the] lies she told was that President Clinton was on the island where I was present. Absolutely 1000% that is a flat-out total fabrication and lie.” After Maxwell sat for the April 22, 2016, deposition, Giuffre’s lawyers Sigrid McCawley and David Boies wrote to the court saying that she’d been so evasive during the session that they needed to question her again. In the deposition, Maxwell says she can’t recall what Epstein paid her for her services, which she describes as first being “consulting, and what I did was I helped with decorating houses and in hiring staff to help run those houses.” When pressed for a range of her salary, she says she believes “it was between 100 and $200,000.” She admitted that Epstein bought her a car and loaned her money to buy a townhouse, but said she didn’t remember details of other gifts. She said he was not paying her legal fees. The deposition includes several pages of questions about men that Jeffrey Epstein knew and whether they were introduced to underage girls. The names have been redacted.
- Activists supporting local Indigenous groups say the sacred 350-year-old Djab Wurrung Directions Tree has been cut down by Victorian government workers, as police descended on the group’s protest camp on Monday. Djab Wurrung country, along Victoria’s Western Highway, the main road linking Melbourne to Adelaide, has been the scene of a protest camp for more than a year. Activists and Indigenous groups are protesting the Western Highway upgrade project, which would see sacred 800-year-old birthing trees destroyed. A spokesperson for Victoria Police confirmed to SBS News the operation to remove camps. “Police have a strong dedicated presence along the Western Highway today as part of an operation to remove camps and protestors from restricted areas as highway construction work continues between Buangor and Ararat,” the statement said.
- [Soft Disclosure] NASA has today confirmed, for the first time, that there is water on the sunlit surface of the moon. The revelation means it is possible water is easily accessible and not just in the deep, permanently shadowed craters of the south pole, as was previously thought. A separate piece of research found these so-called ‘cold traps’, which are always in shadow, may contain up to 15,000 square miles – 40,000 square km – of water.
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Odin is one of the focal points of the Germanic pantheon, and is associated with wisdom, knowledge, sorcery, poetry, death, war and frenzy. A three-metre tall, six-tonne statue of the ancient Nordic god Odin has been inaugurated in the town of Hjärup in Staffanstorp municipality. “The sculpture is very appealing, and it is extra fun that it is connected to our exciting history through the model, an Oden statuette, which was excavated in Uppåkra, the 10 hectare site that is here in our municipality right next door,” the municipal board chairman Christian Sonesson said in a statement.
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On Sunday, Norwegians gathered on Eidsvoll Square outside the House of Parliament to demonstrate against the authorities’ messaging and measures against Covid-19. For what was reported to be the first demonstration of its kind in Norway, around 150 people showed up in Oslo, TV2 reported. The attendees, led by organiser Nader Eide, accused the Norwegian authorities of providing incorrect or misleading information about the Covid-19 pandemic and its spread in Norway.
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Roadkill may also be a factor in the reduction of monarch butterfly numbers. 25 million butterflies a year are mashed by motorists. The monarch butterflies migrate from as far north as Canada to reach Mexico.
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Hawaii, Oct 24, 2020
This is a Pleiadian Mothership flying independently of the Fleet of 50 Crafts. The Mothership in this case will rise straight up 40 miles and become stationary. The signal will go out to all Crafts which will return and enter the ramp one at a time. Neioh
News Burst 27 October 2020 – Bonus Video
This is an Arcturian Craft that has been created for fun, much like a playground on Earth. It is part of a Fleet and there is a Mothership miles above. These are able to look like clouds to cloak easily. They move often and are less involved with collecting Data. The Shape can be changed completely and often. Arcturians are very Creative and full of Energy and playfulness. Neioh
News Burst 27 October 2020 – Earthquakes
Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above
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The DNA of legendary sci-fi writer Arthur C. Clarke will be placed on the moon next year. Pittsburgh-based company Astrobotic’s Peregrine Mission One for NASA is scheduled to launch in July 2021 atop a United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, then land in an area on the northeastern part of the moon called Lacus Mortis.
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…
Jupiter and Saturn will come closer to each other in the Earth’s night sky than they have for almost a millennium between December 16 and 25 in an extremely rare astronomical extravaganza. he pair will be separated by one fifth the diameter of a full moon as viewed from the Earth, in an extraordinary astronomical proximity event which has not occurred for 800 years.
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