News Burst 3 April 2021
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- The UFO report signed off by US president Donald Trump just before he was replaced by Joe Biden could reveal super-smart aliens are visiting us in peace, an expert has claimed. Professor Daniel Drezner said so days after the US former director of national intelligence John Ratcliffe revealed the Pentagon files included declassified intelligence of aircraft “that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom”. The international politics expert at Tufts University on Thursday wrote in the Washington Post: “Does this evidence point toward the prospect of extraterrestrial observation of our planet? If so, how should we feel about that? “I am not going to speculate on the first question beyond noting that if Harvard astrophysicists are making that suggestion about interstellar phenomena, perhaps we need at least to consider the possibility that these UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) might also be extraterrestrial in origin.”
- Richman Myambo of Chipinge, Zimbabwe, says that he encountered what appeared to be a UFO on his way home from work last Friday. Myambo was traveling home when he saw a strange light in the sky, followed by a deafening noise, which he claimed was the cause of his fall. Describing the scene, he said that he was traveling home on his motorbike at around 9 a.m. when he spotted an unusual light traveling in the sky. He tried to keep his composure on riding, but the sound that followed after the light made him fall due to panic. He reported that the UFO looked like a rocket with a tail fire.
- The United Kingdom has registered 30 cases of blood clots following vaccination with the AstraZeneca drug, the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency said. Several heads of EU countries and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson were vaccinated with the AstraZeneca drug to restore public trust in the vaccine.
- The US has recently been horrified by news of inhumane smuggling attempts along the country’s southern border with Mexico: in the latest incident, two smugglers dropped children from the roughly 14-foot-high border barrier under cover of darkness, for them to be discovered the next day by border patrol. Joe Biden has been called out for his Mexican border policies by Republican politicians, including the governor of Texas, as the situation with illegal crossings into the US from the south worsens.
- The Virginia Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the city of Charlottesville can remove a pair of statues honoring prominent Confederate generals, including the Lee monument and General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.
- India’s streets are a hotbed of robberies, heists and bag-snatching. However, an investigation found that a large number of such crimes were carried out with dummy firearms. A senior Delhi police officer revealed – on condition of anonymity – that the easily available toy guns are not uncommon weapons in the hands of criminals. In Delhi, investigating officers have found at least 14 recorded instances of dummy firearms being used in bank robberies, street crimes, snatching, and extortion. “In two of the last four bank robberies reported in Delhi this year, the miscreants used toy guns,” the officer said.
- The Russian media watchdog Roskomnadzor previously accused Twitter of failing to delete content promoting suicide, child pornography, and drug abuse. In total, the media watchdog has filed three complaints against Twitter under the Administrative Offences Code over the platform’s failure to delete information. The social network will be obliged to pay a fine of nearly $116,000 within sixty days in three cases related to failure to remove illegal information.
- Egypt’s state-owned Suez Canal Authority said on Wednesday that the total cost of the cargo vessel Ever Given blocking all traffic through the canal for six days could reach as high as $1 billion. Suez Canal Administration chief Osama Rabia stated the collapse of canal traffic has cost the Egyptian government $14 million per day in tolls.
- A large mural that dates back to about 3,200 years ago was discovered by archaeologists in Peru. The mural depicts a “spider god” wielding “various knives”, likely an object of veneration of people belonging to the Cupisnique culture which “dominated the northern coastal stretch of Peru around 1,000 BC”. “What we have here is a shrine that would have been a ceremonial centre thousands of years ago,” archaeologist Regulo Franco Jordan said. “The spider on the shrine is associated with water and was an incredibly important animal in pre-Hispanic cultures, which lived according to a ceremonial calendar. It’s likely that there was a special, sacred water ceremony held between January and March when the rains came down from the higher areas.”
- “If Aliens Landed Tomorrow, Could We Communicate With Them?” Of course! They know about everything happening here. They know us better than we know ourselves. They never left us. ET Friends use telepathy to communicate and speaking our languages is easy. I think we already know Akatu will be a famous speaker when the Family arrives.
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Using new techniques, scientists have released a breathtaking updated image of the Veil Nebula, the beautiful remains of a supernova which took place 10,000 years ago. The supernova remnant is called the Cygnus Loop and is the result of the death of a star 20 times the mass of the Sun, which exploded some 2,100 light-years away. The hollowed-out remains of the star stretch out over 110 light-years, having been shaped by a phenomenally powerful stellar wind which blew past prior to the star going supernova. The wind dispersed initial gas emissions from the star before the resulting explosion lit them up like neon veins stretching out along cavity walls of a gigantic filament of ‘star stuff’. © ESA/Hubble & NASA, Z. Levay
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