News Burst 30 May 2022
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- DuckDuckGo, the search engine which claims to offer ‘real privacy’ because it doesn’t track searches or store users’ history, has come under fire after a security researcher discovered that the mobile DuckDuckGo browser app contains a third-party tracker from Microsoft. Researcher Zach Edwards found that while Google and Facebook’s trackers are blocked, trackers related to bing.com and linkedin.com were also being allowed through.
- Finland will deploy the first batch of new US-made F-35 fighter jets to the country’s northernmost region, Lapland, when Helsinki receives the aircraft in four years’ time, the country’s air force has revealed. On Friday, Brigadier General Juha-Pekka Keränen, the Nordic country’s air force commander, said that the “F-35 fleet will be commissioned first to the Lapland Air Force in Rovaniemi in 2026.” The airbase in question is situated seven kilometers north of the city of Rovaniemi, on the Arctic Circle, which is famous for its Santa Claus village. This is Finland’s northernmost base hosting fighter jets.
- The UK fitness industry could be destroyed by the end of the year amid rising inflation and the cost-of-living crisis, the Financial Times reported this week. According to the publication, the rapid rise in electricity prices has been pushing fitness-club owners to save money by reducing opening hours, lowering temperatures in their pools and abandoning full lighting. Analysts calculated that due to rising electricity prices, the cost of heating UK pools could rise more than twice by year’s end to £1.25 billion ($1.58), from £500 million ($631 million) in 2019.
- Iran’s state media has offered its viewers a rare glimpse of one of the country’s underground military drone bases, with the footage depicting rows of combat UAVs parked inside the facility. The video broadcast on Saturday is said to have been shot in the Zagros mountain range, which stretches from Iran’s Gulf coast all the way to its border with Iraq and Turkey in the north-west. No further details regarding the base’s location were disclosed, with the correspondent explaining that it had taken him 45 minutes to reach the base by helicopter from the city of Kermanshah in western Iran. All through the trip, which reportedly took place on Thursday, the journalist was blindfolded, and was only allowed to see his surroundings on arrival.
- Microsoft co-founder and WHO mega-donor Bill Gates has praised India for its pandemic management, and expressed his belief that other countries can learn from New Delhi. The billionaire also referenced a meeting with Indian Minister of Health Mansukh Mandaviya, on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland earlier this week. “India’s success with the vaccination drive and the use of technology to drive health outcomes at scale offers many lessons for the world,” the billionaire tweeted on Saturday in response to Mandaviya’s earlier tweet. According to India’s top health official, he and Gates discussed a wide range of topics in Davos, from “disease control management” to the “creation of mRNA regional hubs,” as well as the development of affordable and high quality diagnostics and medical devices.
- A plane with 22 people onboard went missing in Nepal on Sunday, Reuters reports, citing officials. According to Indian news agency ANI, the plane was carrying four Indian and three Japanese citizens; the rest of the passengers were Nepalese nationals. The plane was flying from Pokhara to Jomsom, located in the district of Mustang in western Nepal, officials said. The Chief District Officer of Mustang, Netra Prasad Sharma, has said that the plane was last seen over Jomsom, before it “diverted” to Mt. Dhaulagiri. Contact was subsequently lost with the aircraft.
- In early May, Bill Gates cautioned that the world has yet to see the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has already claimed the lives of 6.2 million people. Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has told the Spanish newspaper El Diario that “There is a 50 percent chance” that the world community “will have another pandemic” within the next 20 years. He suggested that it could be a human-made virus or a naturally occurring pandemic, caused by climate change-related consequences. Gates, who released his new book titled “How to Prevent the Next Pandemic” on 3 May, previously urged governments across the world to shore up on epidemiologists and computer modellers to help identify global health threats. According to him, in addition to global surveillance to spot pandemic dangers, increased spending is needed to improve preparedness for health threats. Gates called his plan the “Global Epidemic Response and Mobilization” initiative, suggesting that only the World Health Organisation (WHO) can build and manage a “top-notch” team of experts, with funding worth an estimated $1 billion per year.
- Executive Director of Europol Catherine De Bolle has stated in an interview with Welt am Sonntag that her agency is bracing for an influx of illegal weapons in Europe originally shipped to Ukraine by Western countries to help Ukrainian troops fighting against Russia. According to De Bolle, Europol is concerned with who will get these weapons once the hostilities are over. She noted that 30 years ago, large amounts of weapons surfaced in Europe following the end of the Yugoslav Wars and that these guns are used to this day by various criminal groups. This time, De Bolle wants Europe to be ready. Apart from monitoring the trafficking of guns, Europol is also keeping an eye on known terrorists and violent extremists, namely right-wing ones, trying to leave Ukraine for Europe, the head of the agency told Welt am Sonntag. Kremlin warned that Kiev won’t be able to guarantee that these arms won’t end up in the hands of extremists or terrorists.
- The UK’s Liberal Democrats have accused Downing Street of piling pressure on senior civil servant Sue Gray to change her “Partygate” report as Labour plans to push for a vote on the government’s decision to change the ministerial code of conduct following the report’s publication. Referring to the Sunday Times’ report on Gray’s findings, Liberal Democrat Chief Whip Wendy Chamberlain said that it “looks like another disgraceful attempt by Boris Johnson and the Conservatives to cover up for their lies and law-breaking”.
- Yale University molecular paleobiologist Jasmina Wiemann has discovered a new method that allows scientists to determine dinosaurs’ metabolic rates based on their fossils. The method effectively allows investigators to determine whether the prehistoric creatures were warm-blooded or cold-blooded. The paleobiologist noted that animals that are warm-blooded need a higher metabolism to fuel themselves, and it turns out that the majority of dinosaurs were warm-blooded, even though there are exceptions, such as the Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and Hadrosaur. These animals, according to Wiemann, “secondarily reduced their metabolic rates to those found in modern ectotherms (i.e., lizards), suggesting thermoregulatory behaviours such as seasonal migration, sun-basking, or preferences for warm climates.” The findings undermine the theory that many animals survived mass extinction due to their high metabolism, with the results pointing out that dinosaurs with similarly high metabolic activity also became extinct.
- The World Economic Forum and the globalist movement it helps lead have used the “climate crisis” and the COVID-19 pandemic as pretexts for measures to redistribute the wealth of nations. But this week, as WEF convenes is annual conference in Davos, Switzerland, the Arctic sea ice expanse so far this month is at a 30-year high, according to data from intergovernmental European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites, points out climate-change skeptic Tony Heller. The extent of Arctic ice during the warmer months long has been a metric for climate-change alarmists. In 2007, Al Gore began warning the world that scientists were predicting that by 2013, the Arctic would be ice-free during the summer. Last September, Heller noted the Arctic Ocean had gained a record amount of sea ice for that time of year. “Most years the Arctic loses ice, but this year ice extent has increased” more than 77,000 square miles, he wrote on Twitter, adding the news likely would not be reported by CNN, BBC News or the New York Times. Meanwhile, the sea melt last summer was the lowest in 15 years, and the expanse of Antarctic sea was well above average.
News Burst 30 May 2022 – Bonus IMG
Egyptian men watch as the Graf Zeppelin floats over the Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, while atop the Great Pyramid of Khufu. 1931.
News Burst 30 May 2022 – Bonus Video
Miami Air Show Yesterday
A small rotating object emerges from the ocean moving much faster than the jet. (Shot in extreme slow motion, it’s almost invisible at regular speed – much too fast to be a bird at any distance).
News Burst 30 May 2022 – Bonus Video
News Burst 30 May 2022 – Bonus Video
U.S. Army AH-64 Apache
UAP footage captured by a US Army helicopter has just been released. On November 6, 2018 the pilots of a U.S. Army AH-64 Apache attack helicopter were on a training flight in Arizona when they spotted three unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAP, making wild maneuvers in the sky not too far away and not particularly high in the sky. At least that’s the narrative that accompanies the latest bit of what used to be called UFO footage published to YouTube Friday morning by the science, technology and defense website The Debrief, in conjunction with the opening of a UFO Disclosure Symposium taking place this weekend in Vernal, Utah. The below short clip is taken from the vantage point of an airstrip on the desert floor looking upward where three objects can be seen moving across the sky at what looks like a fast clip.
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