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  • Angelina Jolie, a Hollywood actress, joined the campaign and is now promoting eating bugs and insects instead of meat. Considering that there are fewer and fewer birds due to 5G blasting, they want you to compensate for the broken food chain and eat those bugs. The World Economic Forum says, eat insects, it’s healthy, and you’re saving the planet. ~ @awakenedspecies

 

  • Unvaccinated tennis world number two Novak Djokovic appears resigned to missing another tennis grand slam in 2022 given his vaccine stance and American covid protocol that will prevent him from playing the US Open later this year. Djokovic was memorably deported from Australia at the turn of the year, yet he was allowed to enter the French Open also won by Nadal last month after Covid protocols were lifted there, and he can also try to retain his title at Wimbledon due to a lack of restrictions in the UK.

 

  • The question of inviting Ukraine to enter NATO is not being raised, Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares told the newspaper El Pais on Sunday. “It has never been on the table, nor is it now,” he added. The Kremlin demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join the US-led organization. Earlier this week, Zelensky adviser Aleksey Arestovich stated that Ukraine is “de facto” already a part of NATO, pointing to promises by Western nations to help it “win” the conflict with Russia.

 

  • Prince Charles could face an investigation by the UK’s Charity Commission regarding multi-million-pound donations made by the Qatari royal family to the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF), his grant-making entity, following a series of UK press revelations on Sunday. The prince is believed to have received three separate payments of cash totaling over £2.5 million ($3.07 million) between the years 2011 and 2015, personally accepting the donations in cash from Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber al Thani, who served as PM of Qatar from 2007 to 2013. Neither party has been accused of wrongdoing, but the air of impropriety lingers in the British media around the situation, in which large sums of cash stashed in suitcases and Fortnum and Mason shopping bags changed hands during quasi-secret meetings. Because the appointments with the Qatari PM were considered “private,” they were not included in the Court Circular, and several were reportedly undertaken without the presence of the royal aides who typically accompany the prince when meeting with foreign dignitaries.

 

  • A secret network of commandos and spies from the US, and some of its allies, is working to provide weapons, intelligence and training to Ukraine, the New York Times (NYT) reported on Saturday, citing current and former American and European officials. While much of the activity takes place at bases in Britain, Germany and France, some CIA agents have been stationed in the east European country, mostly in the capital Kiev, the paper said. The agents are tasked with sharing satellite images and other intelligence with Ukrainian troops, according to the story.

 

  • Ankara cannot agree to Finland and Sweden joining NATO without “concrete steps” taken by Helsinki and Stockholm, Fahrettin Altun, the head of media and communications in the Turkish presidential office, said on Monday. According to Altun, for Ankara to endorse Finland’s and Sweden’s accession to the alliance, the latter should show their commitment to NATO’s goals and values. “If these states, which have remained neutral for many years, are accepted into NATO, we are committed to protecting them under Article 5. Therefore, we need to see that these countries have grasped NATO’s values and goals and… are firmly committed to the security of the Turkish people. One of our alliance’s priorities is the fight against terrorism. Despite being on the EU’s list of terrorist organizations, this does not prevent the PKK from raising money, recruiting fighters and carrying out propaganda in the countries mentioned,” Altun added.

 

  • The UK’s Culture Secretary, Nadine Dorries, has said that she will be “crystal clear” when pushing British sporting bodies to follow global swimming authority Fina’s lead and ban trans athletes from women’s sports. Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Dorries revealed she will make it “crystal clear” to British sports bosses that women’s disciplines must be reserved for those born in the female sex when meeting with them next week.

 

  • The 14th BRICS Summit, the China-hosted virtual event that concluded on Saturday, emphasized ways to enhance the group’s influence on the global stage besides promoting sustainable infrastructure development in the region. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the “structural changes in BRICS in the last few years increased the influence of this institution,” while Chinese President Xi Jinping has criticized US-led sanctions, which are “weaponizing” the global economy.

 

  • Faced with the simple question “Do you believe in God?”, 51 percent of Norwegians answered no, reflecting a long-standing tendency. However, the Church of Norway slammed the yes-or-no approach to the question. Olav Fykse Tveit, Preses of the Bishops’ Conference of the Church of Norway (DNK), argued that the wording of the question was too narrow to convey people’s actual attitude to faith. “Faith can be expressed in many ways, through practice, through fundamental values, through belonging to tradition, culture, and history, without people wanting to describe it as their personal faith,” Fykse Tveit mused in an interview with newspaper Nationen. “The survey about faith is not a referendum on whether the Christian cultural heritage is part of the Norwegian common society. Norway is a country founded on Christian and humanistic values,” he stated.

 

  • US space agency NASA has announced the discovery of the site on the lunar surface where a rocket body collided with Earth’s only natural satellite on 4 March. The site was spotted by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and is comprised of a crater 18 meters in diameter “superimposed” on another crater that is 16 meters wide. “The double crater was unexpected and may indicate that the rocket body had large masses at each end,” Mark Robinson of the Arizona State University, principal investigator of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, explained in an article posted on the space agency’s website.

 

  • According to the Daily Star, prominent popular scientist and Australia’s Astronomer at Large Fred Watson pointed out that scientists do have a checklist to establish whether a communication attempt by aliens is genuine, but don’t have a plan for actually establishing contact with them. “There’s a well-established chain of boxes that need to be ticked and it would go through a lot of analysis to ensure that what you’re talking about is a real phenomenon,” he said. “However, once scientists identified what had happened, it’d then be up to the political leaders of the world to decide what to do about it, and as far as I’m aware, there’s no plan in place.”

 

  • Around 3,514 refugees from Ukraine have been registered for Temporary Protection or similar EU schemes, showed data provided on June 21 by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). Municipal shelters across the Netherlands are bracing to receive an influx of Ukrainians during the summer holidays, reported local media outlets. While up until now Dutch families have been hosting the refugees fleeing their home country amid the Ukraine crisis, with vacations looming the situation is about to change. People are said to be wary of setting forth on holiday trips while leaving the Ukrainian ‘guests’ alone in their homes unattended, ANP reported. “The cat goes to the guest house and the Ukrainians go to the shelter. Yes, that is the harsh reality,” an unnamed source was cited as saying.

 

  • Despite its ubiquity, gravity also remains one of the great mysteries of modern physics. While there remains no complete or perfect theory as to how gravity works, the best description of it remains the one Einstein gave us in 1915 with the publication of his general theory of relativity. To Einstein, gravity can be thought of not so much as a force acting on objects, but instead as a way to observe the curvature of spacetime itself that results from variances in the distribution of mass throughout the universe.
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News Burst 28 June 2022 - Utricularia Furcellata

​ Utricularia Furcellata

A rare carnivorous plant has been discovered in the Western Himalayan region in India’s Uttarakhand, sparking off immense curiosity among researchers. The study published in the ‘Journal of Japanese Botany’ reportedly revealed that the carnivorous plant belongs to a genus commonly known as bladderworts. “The carnivorous plant specie ‘Utricularia Furcellata’ uses one of the most sophisticated and developed plant structures for trap and the targets range from protozoa to insects, mosquito larvae and even young tadpoles. Its operation is based on a mechanical process of creating a vacuum or negative pressure area, to draw prey inside the trap door,” Chief Conservator of Forest (Research) Sanjiv Chaturvedi told Indian news agency PTI. Specimens of Utricularia L. has been found in the western Himalayan region for the first time at elevation of 2600 m.

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​ The Suicide of Saul

Does this painting “The Suicide of Saul” from 1500s Netherlands have dinosaurs in the far background? Painting from the year 1562 depicting humans riding what appears to be a Brontosaurus. According to mainstream the dinosaurs were extinct 60 million years before humans ever appeard on Earth. Therefore it’s safe to assume that we could never had contact with them. However, in this painting and many other paintings, architecture and even ancient pottery, we find humans and dinosaurs, in many of them humans were riding them as pets. One thing is for certain, humans and dinosaurs coexisted in the past, however most of the main stream dinosaurs species were made up to justify the large amount of “fossil” fuels. If you follow my channel long enough, you know already that oil has nothing to do with dinosaurs. I believe that our planet was inhabited by a whole range of beautiful animals unknown to us. Although we classify them as dinosaurs, it’s possible that they belonged to a group of certain reptile animals that were probably extinct or killed not too long ago. ~ Niko

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Sky Cruise

The “Sky Cruise” concept of a massive airborne hotel that would be capable of cruising above the clouds without landing while accommodating up to 5,000 guests has recently been unveiled in a YouTube video. This so-called “Sky Cruise” would essentially be a humongous, AI-controlled airliner outfitted with 20 nuclear-powered engines and capable of remaining in the air almost indefinitely, with passengers and supplies being ferried to it by conventional aircraft and all repairs being performed in-flight. The flying hotel would also feature shopping malls, sport centers, swimming pools, restaurants, bars, theaters and cinemas, with the promotional video also touting “Sky Cruise” as a great place for a wedding.

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Canada

Conservative MP Larry Maguire says there has been little discourse in Canada about UFO sightings across the country..

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Kabamur

They mimic our lights to be seen by the people who are ready to see them.

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Covão do Conchos

It appears as a kind of magical portal to a watery underworld. This mesmerising whirlpool, known as Covao do Conchos, has churned away for 60 years in the middle of an otherwise tranquil body of water among the mountains of the Serra de Estrela in Portugal.

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