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  • No matter which side wins in France, the market is afraid that an increase in unsustainable spending could be the common denominator. Greece’s sovereign debt crisis after the global 2008 implosion was characterized by an excessively high debt-to-GDP ratio, budget deficits, low growth, and an over-reliance on revenues from the tourism industry. Now, whispers abound in the Eurozone that in France, a similar crisis could be on the horizon. The French economy is unsure of how to react to the policy promises of the left or the right, so whispers of a potential debt crisis have far from stopped just because volatile French markets are experiencing a momentary breath of relief.

 

  • The Black Vault has uncovered information about the Air Force’s Marauder system through a recent FOIA release. This system, referenced in the “Unclassified Summary of Report No. DODIG-2023-109” regarding the DoD’s actions on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), plays a vital role in documenting and reporting UAP incidents for the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army. According to the DoD/IG report, the Air Force has designated UAP as a “Special Interest Item,” requiring aircrews to document and report UAP observations within 24 hours of mission completion using the Marauder system. The Army also utilizes Marauder for similar purposes, due to the lack of DoD-wide UAP-specific processes. The Marauder system is an advanced mission reporting tool used by the Air Force, Space Force, and select Joint Force partners. Integrated into the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet), Marauder facilitates the secure drafting, quality control, approval, and publication of mission reports. Although not mentioned in the DoD/IGs report, it seems likely that the Space Force, and select Joint Force partners, would also use the Marauder system for UAP reporting.

 

  • [ Macabre Ritual In Rome? ] Homicide detectives today appealed for help following the discovery of a perfect skeleton made up of FIVE different bodies. Police are working on the theory that the victims were killed by a “collector” who then put them together to create the perfect body. Forensic scientists have determined that the skeleton is made up of the bones of three women and two men, all between the ages of 25 and 55 and who died over a 20-year period from the mid-1980s to 2006. The bizarre discovery was made in July 2007 by firefighters who had been called to a fire on uncultivated land near a cycle path, on the outskirts of Magliana, south of Rome. Forensic pathologist professor Luigi Cipolloni said: ’It’s amazing the skeleton is made up of five different people. The bones are from three women and two men and together form a perfect skeleton. It makes quite a macabre impression.’

 

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a bill to renounce the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) last year, citing the US refusal to ratify it. Moscow had previously made it clear that Russia’s possible refusal to ratify the CTBT does not mean that it intends to conduct nuclear tests. The Treaty on the Limitation of Underground Nuclear Weapon Tests, also known as the Threshold Test Ban Treaty (TTBT), was signed between the Soviet Union and the US 50 years ago in July 1974. It established a nuclear “threshold” by prohibiting tests with a yield exceeding 150 kilotons (equivalent to 150,000 tons of TNT) August 29 was declared the International Day against Nuclear Tests at a session of the United Nations in 2009. That commemoration was launched on the initiative of Kazakhstan, where on August 29 1991 the Semipalatinsk test site, where Soviet nuclear weapons were tested, was decommissioned.

 

  • French President Emmanuel Macron is undertaking a last-minute reshuffling in government agencies in order to prevent National Rally leader Jordan Bardella from governing as he wishes, former party leader Marine Le Pen believes. “It’s a kind of administrative coup d’état,” Le Pen said on Tuesday, commenting on press reports that claimed Macron was rushing to appoint senior civil servants, including to top EU jobs. Over the past days, Macron reportedly appointed several top officials, including the military governor of Paris, the new chief of the General Staff of the French Air Force, the new director of the EU at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and three ambassadors. He also proposed in Brussels last week reappointing Thierry Breton as France’s European commissioner.

 

  • The Bank of Zambia has drafted new rules aimed at curbing the use of foreign currencies in local transactions, particularly the US dollar, the country’s news agency said on Monday. The new currency regulations will reportedly be issued as a statutory instrument by the minister of finance and national planning. Once it comes into force, it will require the Zambian kwacha and its subunit, the ngwee, to be used for all domestic public and private transactions. The central bank has raised concern over the increasing use of the dollar within the local economy. This practice, according to the bank, undermines its monetary policy tools and exerts pressure on the exchange rate.

 

  • Estonia has started removing gravestones at the tombs of Soviet soldiers at the Tehumardi cemetery on the island of Saarema, the state-run broadcaster ERR has reported. Excavation work at the gravesite, where about 300 soldiers killed in World War II are buried, began on Monday, the outlet said. The request for the removal of the burial place was made by the Saaremaa Municipality, Deputy Mayor Liis Lepik told the broadcaster, adding that the remains will be reburied at a cemetery in Vananomme. The existing tombstones with the names of the soldiers will not be put back in place. Only a sword-shaped obelisk will remain at the spot, but some of the text will be covered up, according to the report.

 

  • [Monthly Asteroid] Our planet once again dodged a proverbial bullet this weekend as a potentially dangerous asteroid whizzed by at cosmic speed. The 2024 MK asteroid passed by Earth on June 29 at a distance of slightly less than 300,000 kilometers, its approach was carefully tracked by telescopes of the International Scientific Optical Network (a project managed by Russian Academy of Sciences’ Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics). Measuring between 120 and 260 meters across, 2024 MK was discovered earlier this month on June 16.

 

  • According to a recent thought experiment in which scientists identified five “artificial” greenhouse gases that, if abundant enough, can be spotted in the atmospheres of certain exoplanets using existing technology, including the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). The gases, which include fluorinated versions of methane, ethane, propane, on Earth are known to be some of the most potent and persistent heat-trapping gases emitted by humans during various industrial manufacturing processes, like those used to produce semiconductors, for instance. Because these substances don’t naturally form in large quantities — if we’re going by Earth chemistry, at least — spotting them in an exoplanet’s air would signal the presence of technologically-advanced species, scientists say. “These gases they’d be good for a civilization that perhaps wanted to forestall an impending ice age or terraform an otherwise-uninhabitable planet in their system, as humans have proposed for Mars,” study lead author Edward Schwieterman of the University of California, Riverside, said in a recent statement.

 

  • The odd red bodies, scientists say, hide stars that models suggest are “too old” to have lived during early cosmic times and black holes that measure up to thousands of times larger than the supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way. Scientists believe these objects must have been born in a way unique to the early universe — by a method that seems to have ceased in the cosmos after around 1 billion years of its existence. The three little red dots are seen as they were when the universe was between 600 million and 800 million years old. Though that may seem like a tremendously long time, the fact that the universe is 13.8 billion years old means it was no more than 5% of its current age when these objects existed.

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The Lost City of Heracleion Alexandria, Egypt

It was a legend. No trace of the city had ever been found, and it appeared only in a few rare inscriptions and ancient texts. The city of Thonis-Heracleion (known by both its Egyptian and Greek names) was not something anyone was expecting to find, because no one was looking for it. So it was something of a shock when in 2000 French archaeologist Franck Goddio, looking for 18th Century French warships, saw a colossal face emerge from the watery shadows of the Alexandria bay. @archeohistories

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If dinosaurs all died out “65 million years ago” why do so many ancient cultures have dinosaur depictions, pottery and drawings of them? These include the Chinese, Babylonians, Sumatrans, Greek, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Mayan, Cambodian, Aborigine (Australian) and many others. Some form of dinosaur reptiles did exist, while others were made up as a masonic hoax, but the truth is they did exist in our recent history and not 65 million light years ago because they would had to see them first hand in order to draw them. @awakenedspecies

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Dinosaurs

The Suicide of Saul by the Flemish Renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder, painted in 1562Painting from the year 1562 depicting humans riding what appears to be a Brontosaurus.

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Toilet Paper

Chinese digital wallet Alipay requires its users to have a social credit score of 550 or above, in order to get toilet paper. Sheeple loves all this new technology because it makes them feel modern and important, unfortunately they don’t see beyond their noses. @awakenedspecies

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