News Burst 29 September 2021
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News Burst 29 September 2021 – Featured News
- As a severe power crunch roils China’s north-eastern industrial heartland, senior officials face mounting pressure from alarmed citizens to ramp up coal imports thick and fast in order to keep lights on, factories open and even water supplies flowing. With electricity shortages sparked by scant coal supply crippling large sections of industry, the governor of Jilin province, one of the hardest hit in the world’s number two economy, called for a surge in coal imports, while a power company association said supply was being expanded “at any cost”. News organisations and social media carried reports and posts saying the lack of power in the northeast had shut down traffic lights, residential elevators and 3G mobile phone coverage as well as triggering factory shutdowns. A utility in Jilin even warned power shortages could disrupt water supplies at any time, before apologising for causing alarm. Cities such as Shenyang and Dalian – home to more than 13 million people – have been affected, with disruption at factories owned by suppliers to global companies like Apple and Tesla.
- The volcano in the Cabeza de Vaca area of La Palma continues to emit lava. After the hiatus of a few hours during Monday morning, the eruptive process was reactivated. The lava continues to descend down, slowly but steadily. The lava flow has not yet reached the sea. It is about 1,200 meters away after having passed through the centers of El Paraíso and Todoque and about 300 meters after entering the municipality of Tazacortes. The latest data from the European Union Earth Observation Program, Copernicus shows 686 buildings affected by the eruption of the volcano, 589 destroyed and 97 damaged. Currently there are 22.2 kilometers of roads affected or totally destroyed. The lava flows cover a total of 258 hectares. An extension comparable to 315 soccer fields.
- Another piece US anti-Ivermectin puzzle may have emerged. On Monday, Pfizer announced that it’s launching an accelerated Phase 2/3 trial for a COVID prophylactic pill designed to ward off COVID in those may have come in contact with the disease. Coincidentally (or not), Pfizer’s drug shares at least one mechanism of action as Ivermectin – an anti-parasitic used in humans for decades, which functions as a protease inhibitor against Covid-19, which researchers speculate “could be the biophysical basis behind its antiviral efficiency.” Lo and behold, Pfizer’s new drug – which some have jokingly dubbed “Pfizermectin,” is described by the pharmaceutical giant as a “potent protease inhibitor.”
- A US serviceman who asked for “accountability” for the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan on social media has been locked up in a pre-trial detention center, the Marine Corps has confirmed. “Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller Jr. is currently in pre-trial confinement in the Regional Brig for Marine Corps Installations East aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune pending an Article 32 preliminary hearing,” the Marine Corps Training and Education Command spokesperson Captain Sam Stephenson said in a statement to news website Task & Purpose. They had a gag order on him and asked him not to speak. He did, and they incarcerated him. They don’t know what to do with him.
- Large crowds of demonstrators gathered around sites in New York City, as well as upstate, demanding the government repeal mandatory vaccination orders for certain categories of workers and the ‘passport’ system implemented in NYC.
- The leader of Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) Olaf Scholz has said that Russia must keep handing over billions of dollars to move gas through Ukraine, long after the already-completed Nord Stream 2 underwater link starts operating. “With regard to the pipeline, the construction of which has been completed, it is important for everyone to take into account the guarantees that are associated with its operation. These guarantees include the fact that Ukraine must remain a transit country,” Scholz said. In June, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky claimed that the pipeline could cost Ukraine around $3 billion annually, if Russia’s state energy giant Gazprom no longer needs to pay to move supplies through its network of Soviet-built overland pipes. “Nord Stream 2 will disconnect Ukraine from gas supplies, which means ‘disconnecting’ us from at least $3 billion a year,” he said. “We will have nothing to pay for the Ukrainian Army.”
- The free-flight launch for the Hypersonic Air-breathing Weapon Concept (HAWC) was conducted successfully last week and met “all primary test objectives,” the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) said in a press release on Monday. It was the first successful test of the system made public by the military. “Was a successful demonstration of the capabilities that will make hypersonic cruise missiles a highly effective tool for our warfighters,” said Andrew Knoedler, who heads the HAWC program in DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office.
- Scotland Yard is set to expand its controversial facial recognition surveillance dragnet across London in a £3 million deal that allows the UK’s largest police force to track suspects using older images from CCTV and social media. Last month, the Mayor of London’s office quietly signed off on the purchase of ‘Retrospective Facial Recognition’ (RFR) systems that processes existing images accessed by the Metropolitan Police from a variety of sources and matches them against the force’s internal database.
- Britain’s fuel supply crisis has left 90% of pumps dry in parts of the country.
- Downing Street’s announcement that Britain will be the first country to launch a rocket into orbit from Europe next year has not gone down well with all Brits, with some suggesting London could better spend the money elsewhere. The plan hopes to see the UK become the first nation to launch a rocket into orbit from the European continent in 2022 with the government prioritising the development of spaceports across the country, notably in Cornwall and the Shetland Islands. The government said it hopes to capitalise on the UK’s competitive strength in small satellite manufacturing. PM Johnson has hailed the move and vowed to create “galactic Britain,” one that cannot remain “earthbound.”
- Britain’s Minister of State for Defense said this summer that the UK government has “no opinion on the existence of extraterrestrial life” and has been ignoring reports on UFO sightings for some time now. The UK doesn’t expect an alien invasion anytime soon and there’s no ready-to-go plan if such an encounter does happen, a government insider told The Daily Star. “There will be something, somewhere, under ‘unexpected events or national emergencies’ and that No10 would quickly convene a meeting of COBRA,” the source revealed.
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Last 3 days earthquakes, the star indicates the latest M3 on Sept. 28.
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Pleiadian Mothership – filmed by Mexican TV entering the Popocatepetl volcano eruption in 2012. Why would Pleiadians fly an uncloaked mothership into an erupting volcano with a camera recording it? So everyone can see. “The oceans are as easy to enter as the mountains.” ~ Neioh
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