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  • NASA’s chief scientist believes that there are extraterrestrial life beings out there. According to Bill Nelson, he hopes that the sightings of UFOs don’t turn out to be an anomaly on Earth, and he thinks that they could be evidence of life. One particular incident that he talked about was the 2004 incident involving Navy pilots Alex Dietrich and Dave Fravor. The pilots of the USS Princeton were training on the day of the incident, and they were alerted to the strange objects flying around them. They then went to investigate and saw an object that looked like a floating object with no markings. According to Bill Nelson, the object accelerated as it flew away, and it was 60 miles away in less than two seconds flat. He then believes that the most likely explanation for the sightings is alien life.

 

  • Senator Rand Paul asserted Thursday that Anthony Fauci is directly responsible for funding dangerous research that likely killed millions of people, and that he “won’t get away.” “Likely there is no public health figure who has made a greater error in judgement than Dr Fauci,” Paul declared in a Fox News appearance, adding “the error of judgement was to fund gain of function research in a totalitarian country.” Fauci funded “research that allowed them to create super viruses, that in all likelihood leaked into the public and caused seven million people to die,” Paul declared. “This is right up there with decisions, some of them malevolent or military to kill millions of people,” The Senator further urged.

 

  • China is set to announce in coming days an easing of its COVID-19 quarantine protocols and a reduction in mass testing, sources told Reuters, a marked shift in policy after anger over the world’s toughest curbs fueled widespread protests. Health authorities announcing the relaxation of measures did not mention the protests, which ranged from candle-lit vigils in Beijing to clashes with the police on the streets of Guangzhou on Tuesday and at an iPhone factory in Zhengzhou last week. The demonstrations marked the biggest show of civil disobedience in mainland China since President Xi Jinping took power a decade ago and come as the economy is set to enter a new era of much slower growth than seen in decades.

 

  • World Cup host Qatar, where foreigners make up the majority of the 2.9 million population, has faced intense criticism from human rights groups over its treatment of migrant workers.

 

  • Three years ago, I bet that 99 percent of my readers had never heard of ORC. Of course by now almost everyone knows that ORC stands for “organized retail crime”, and it is prompting retailers to permanently shut down stores all over the nation. Right now, retail theft is happening from coast to coast on a scale that we have never seen in our entire history. Marauding bands of looters are barging into stores, grabbing as much merchandise as they can possibly carry, and then loading it into their vehicles. Online marketplaces make it easier than ever to turn stolen goods into cash, and at this point organized retail crime has become a multi-billion dollar business. As I have repeatedly warned my readers, America is descending into lawlessness. The thin veneer of civilization that we all depend upon on a daily basis is rapidly disappearing, and if we stay on this path our society will soon be completely unrecognizable. ~ Michael Snyder

 

  • Senior officials in South Africa’s ruling African National Congress were gathering to decide whether President Cyril Ramaphosa should stay on after an inquiry found evidence of misconduct over cash hidden at his farm. Rampahosa’s future has been in doubt since publication on Wednesday of a report by a panel of experts that investigated revelations that he kept millions of dollars in cash at his private game farm and failed to even report it missing when the money was stolen from the property in 2020. The existence of the cash at the Phala Phala game farm and his failure to report the theft to police only surfaced in June. The president has said the money was much less than the $4 million to $8 million reported, and that it was the proceeds of game sales at the farm. The media has dubbed the affair “Farmgate”.

 

  • Indonesia’s parliament is expected to pass a new criminal code that will penalise sex outside marriage with a punishment of up to one year in jail. Cohabitation before marriage will also be banned. Decades in the making, the new criminal code is expected to be passed on December 15, Indonesia’s deputy justice minister Edward Omar Sharif Hiariej told Reuters. “We’re proud to have a criminal code that’s in line with Indonesian values,” he said. The legislative overhaul will also ban insulting the president or state institutions and expressing views counter to Indonesia’s state ideology.

 

  • Blackstone limited withdrawals from its $69 billion unlisted real estate income trust after a surge in redemption requests, an unprecedented blow to a franchise that helped it turn into an asset management behemoth. The backlash continues for BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager. Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis announced Thursday that the state’s treasury would begin pulling out $2 billion of assets that are currently under management by BlackRock. The sunshine state cited the firm’s support for environmental, social and governance investing. “BlackRock CEO Larry Fink is on a campaign to change the world,” Mr. Patronis said in a press release. “Using our cash, however, to fund BlackRock’s social-engineering project isn’t something Florida ever signed up for.”

 

  • Thousands of Egyptians are calling on the British Museum to return the Rosetta Stone in the lead-up to the 200-year anniversary of the decipherment of hieroglyphics. The Rosetta Stone was taken from Egypt by forces of the British empire in 1801. Petitions calling for the stone to be returned have attracted more than 100,000 signatures. The inscriptions on the dark grey granite slab became the seminal breakthrough in deciphering ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics after it was taken from Egypt by forces of the British empire in 1801. ”The British Museum’s holding of the stone is a symbol of Western cultural violence against Egypt,” Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport dean Monica Hanna said. The acquisition of the Rosetta Stone was tied up in the imperial battles between Britain and France.

 

  • “It’s really important that citizens be able to make themselves heard, that they are protesting on a specific issue that touches on so many others – of government control of authoritarian states – we, of course, stand with those protesters,” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this week in response to the ongoing protests in China against the government’s zero-Covid policy. Where was Trudeau’s support when those of us living in France back in March 2020 were ordered into our homes for over two months under the threat of hefty fines, and allowed only to go out with a personal-trip certificate that entitled the bearer to leave home for one of a few select reasons? Trudeau and his fellow Western leaders adopted their own zero-Covid measures by various degrees. Not one of them denounced the others as authoritarian for effectively placing people under house arrest and depriving them of their freedom to move, assemble, protest, work, and make decisions about their own health and well-being without involving the state. ~ Rachel Marsden

 

  • Bill Taverner, executive director of the US Planned Parenthood’s Center for Sex Education, has called for the introduction of a comprehensive sex ed program, some elements of which would be implemented as early as kindergarten. During one of his previous interviews unearthed by US media, Taverner argued that sexuality education is a “continuous process” rather than something “isolated to a particular point in a person’s life,” and that young kids gain knowledge about sexuality “from the attitudes their parent’s display.” “When we think of K-12 education… we may be talking about what makes a family, we may be talking about disease prevention… All of that sets the foundation for a basic understanding that is useful for further conversations when we’re talking about condoms… [and] pregnancy conversations,” he said. K-12 is an expression that essentially means education from kindergarten to 12th grade.

 

  • The Italian government has placed a refinery in Sicily owned by Russia’s largest private oil company, Lukoil, under state trusteeship, days ahead of an EU embargo on Russian crude oil imports, AFP reported on Thursday, citing government sources. The ISAB facility near Syracuse is one of the biggest in Europe and refines a fifth of Italy’s crude. The plant has relied solely on Russian Urals oil and now risks stopping production and being closed once the ban comes into force on December 5. The Italian government is working on a “temporary solution” to keep the refinery operational in order to save jobs and secure energy supplies, and does not rule out nationalization. With the state taking over management, the plant will be able to continue production by purchasing oil from other suppliers, with state-owned credit agency SACE providing guarantees to the creditor banks.

 

  • The mother-in-law of Italy’s only black MP and its foremost migrant day labourer rights activist is under investigation for aggravated fraud in connection with two farm cooperatives she runs at Latina south of Rome, judicial sources said Monday. On Sunday cooperative workers said they had been “fooled” by Soumahoro, who has suspended himself from his Green-Left party although he himself is not under investigation in the probe. Soumahoro has also defended his wife, also not under investigation, after pictures of her wearing designer clothes and accessories came out. He said that the woman, Liliane Murekatete, enjoyed “the right to fashion”.

 

  • Observations via the James Webb Space Telescope allowed scientists to discern the presence of clouds in Titan’s atmosphere, which seems to confirm the existing predictions about “seasonal weather patterns” there. The images in question depict Titan, the largest moon orbiting planet Saturn and the only planetary body beside Earth in the Solar System that has seas and rivers (though in Titan’s case, the seas and rivers are comprised of hydrocarbons rather than water, as NASA points out). Titan is also the only moon in the Solar System that possesses its own dense atmosphere, and the new images taken by James Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera gave scientists an opportunity to take a closer look at that atmosphere and study it. The images allowed the James Webb team to discern the presence of two large clouds, which apparently validates the existing predictions about clouds forming in the moon’s “mid-northern hemisphere” when its surface gets warmed by the Sun during the “late summertime” there.

 

  • In 2021, astronomers discovered a previously unrecognized spur of young stars and star-forming gas clouds sticking out of the Milky Way’s Sagittarius spiral arm –one of the most striking arms in our galaxy, noted for its young stars and beautiful nebula that connects to the major Orion arm that harbors our solar system. “Spiral arms in galaxies like the Milky Way typically form from long-lived spiral density waves that periodically cause a bunching up of stars and clouds in a regular symmetric pattern, like a pinwheel,” wrote astronomer Debra Elmegreen, president of the International Astronomical Union, in an email to The Daily Galaxy. “Gravitational instabilities in the clouds lead to new star formation,” Elmegreen continued, “ As these stars and gas move through the wave crest, other stars and gas move in. Spurs are common in spiral galaxies and can form when the material moves into the interarm region and experiences a local shear that causes an instability or twist.”
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A Black Hole in the centre, pulling in material and “releasing” massive light energy. This stunning image of power is 290 million year old. ~ Giulio Betti

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Nahal Hemar Cave, Judean Desert, Pre-Pottery Neolithic B, 9,000 years old. The Israel Museum, Jerusalem.

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Ecocide

Cutting down perennial trees by Turkish-backed Syrian armed groups in enclave of Afrin. It is noted that this region is being occupied by Turkey since 2018 and exposed to un unprecedented Ecocide, not to mention forced displacement of its native population.

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The photographs were taken in 1912 in Antartica by Captain Robert Scott and his crew. However, the photos were classified as soon as they returned to their base and reported the results. Scott and his crew were then reported missing. Since then, it has been a restricted area, with only a few governments around the world allowed to conduct limited research.

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