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  • Norwegian shipping company Havila Kystruten decided that only cars and motor vehicles that use fossil fuel can be transported on board the company’s ships, in selected ports along the coastal route. This means that electric, hybrid and hydrogen cars cannot be transported on board. According to CEO of Havila Kystruten, Bent Martini, the company reached this decision after a “pure safety assessment, and the conclusion of the risk analysis. Hybrid or hydrogen cars will require external rescue efforts and could put people on board and the ships at risk. We take safety seriously, and this is naturally a risk we are under no circumstances willing to take.”

 

  • US Senator Lindsey Graham has disputed Russian criticism of comments he allegedly made during a recent trip to Kiev. A video published by the Ukrainian president’s office appeared to show Graham applauding Russian deaths. The video, which was posted by Kiev on Sunday, shows Graham meeting with President Vladimir Zelensky and discussing US military assistance to Ukraine. At one point in the clip, Graham can be heard saying: “The Russians are dying. It’s the best money we ever spent.” The phrases are separated by an editing cut. “I have no doubts that the puppeteers in Washington and London are starting to question whether these people are sane. I hope that sanctions will be imposed against these so-called leaders,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had responded in a video comment posted on Russian journalist Pavel Zarubin’s Telegram channel.

 

  • The name of José María Fernández Sousa-Faro, president of PharMamar, is on the list of names of thousands of false vaccinated against the coronavirus in Spain, as confirmed by police sources and reported by El Periódico de España. The president of the pharmaceutical company, founded 36 years ago, which has made headlines for the effectiveness of its drug Aplidin against covid, is among the more than 2,200 names on the list drawn up by the National Police on those falsely vaccinated against the disease. The police list, sent to the Madrid courts, in addition to including Fernández Sousa-Faro, contains the names of other acquaintances such as the artist Omar Montes and the tennis player Álex de Miñaur.

 

  • Kevin McKernan, a scientist with 25 years experience in the genomic field and a leading expert in sequencing methods for DNA and RNA. He has worked on the Human Genome Project and more recently in medicinal genomics involving DNA sequencing. In the process of trying to sort out a sequencing problem, McKernan used anonymously sent, Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 bivalent vaccines to act as mRNA controls. ‘Somebody sent me these thinking, this is the perfect control… It should be pure. So, if you get this to work, you’ll sort out your mRNA sequencing problems,’ McKernan explains in a recent interview. ‘They were right about that. It did sort out our problems. But what we discovered in the process is that they weren’t pure mRNA. They actually had a lot of DNA in the background.’ McKernan was shocked, ‘It’s not what we were looking for… I had this hunch that the new modified nucleotides they have in the mRNA may have a higher error rate, and therefore we would see more mistakes in the mRNA. So, I knew we would have to sequence like a millionfold deep… over and over again to find these mistakes. When we did that DNA popped up and I thought “Oh, that’s a bigger problem. We have to focus on that.” … I kind of went into panic mode, realizing that I didn’t budget any time to look into this, and the world has to know about it.’

 

  • Türkiye’s Supreme Election Council confirmed Erdogan’s decisive victory over Kemal Kilicdaroglu on Sunday evening. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who portrays himself as a defender of traditional Islamic values, has once again labeled the opposition as ‘LGBT’, and insisted that liberal Western ideology will never infiltrate his ruling party or its nationalist allies. “Every election is a rebirth for us. Family is sacred to us. No one can speak out against the family. Violence against women is forbidden, it is haram,” he said.

 

  • Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced his 2024 bid for president of the United States on Wednesday, immediately spawning criticism from the left, right, and center. The anti-woke warrior’s Twitter Space announcement, which was rightly seen as an absolute dud, has been described by major publications as a “meltdown,” “awkward,” and a “fiasco.” The official event on Twitter was so fraught with technical issues that the hashtag #failuretolaunch made the rounds on the site. People kept hearing insane microphone feedback and the whole space cut out intermittently. Eventually, the space was moved over to mega-donor David Sacks’ account due to the roughly 24 minutes of non-stop glitches.

 

  • China is planning to send astronauts to the Moon by 2030, Lin Xiqiang, deputy director of the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA), announced on Monday. He added that the mission would focus on mastering manned space flight technology and prepare the groundwork for further lunar exploration. Announcing the plans at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the northwest of the country, Lin revealed China is aiming to “carry out scientific exploration and related technological demonstrations on the lunar surface,” as well as to hone technology linked to manned roundtrips. He said a Moon landing was being targeted by 2030, but did not give a more precise timeframe.

 

  • The US dollar’s dominance in global trade and finance will persist for decades despite the challenges, as there are no viable alternatives at the moment, according to Moody’s Investor Services rating agency. “We expect a more multipolar currency system to emerge over the next few decades, but it will be led by the greenback because its challengers will struggle to replicate its scale, safety and convertibility in full,” Moody’s analysts wrote in a note. IMF data shows that the dollar’s share of official FX reserves sank to a 20-year low of 58% in the fourth quarter of 2022, down from around 78% at the turn of the century.

 

  • A civil petition to legalize euthanasia in Denmark has been signed by more than 50,000 people, surpassing the minimum number of signatures required for parliament to start consideration of the proposal, Danish media reported on Monday. The Danish Medical Association (DADL) opposes the initiative, saying that the government should increase investment in palliative care, the report said. “There are many reasons for this: we do not think that suffering should be managed by killing people; we are afraid of the slippery slope we see in countries where euthanasia has been brought in; and we think one should invest in proper end-of-life palliative care,” Klaus Klausen, chairman of the association’s ethics committee, was quoted as saying by the media outlet.

 

  • Geoffrey Hinton, a British-Canadian computer scientist whose efforts in the sphere of artificial neural networks earned him the nickname the “Godfather of AI,” recently joined a chorus of voices the world over warning that if and when AI becomes smarter than humans, it could have disastrous consequences. “These things could get more intelligent than us and could decide to take over, and we need to worry now about how we prevent that happening,” the man, who has received the most prestigious award in computer science and computing machinery for his research, told the hosts of a US radio show. The 75-year-old worked for Google, but quit its parent company Alphabet earlier in May.

 

  • Lawmakers have unveiled the text of a bill aimed at raising the country’s debt ceiling to avoid a potential default by early June. The agreement, brokered between President Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy, raises the debt ceiling until 2025 and imposes spending caps on non-defense discretionary spending. However, the proposed legislation has faced criticism from both Republicans and Democrats. Some lawmakers from both parties have expressed opposition to certain aspects of the agreement, indicating potential hurdles during the voting process in the House and Senate.

 

  • The perfume unearthed from a pristine family burial chamber in Seville belonged to a wealthy lady, was held in an unusual and fancy carved quartz bottle. Spanish chemists have discovered the aroma of a 2,000-year-old bottle of perfume found in a Roman-era woman’s grave. Although common nowadays, the exotic scent of a first-century Roman lady could have come from as far away as India and was likely a great rarity in the heart of the ancient empire. The container was one of several items found during the excavation of a mausoleum in Seville in the southern Andalusia region. The communal tomb for a wealthy Ibero-Roman family was described as having never been robbed and still “in magnificent condition”. The remains of six people were interred in the chamber, with eight niches for urns and other goods. The bottle is notable in being made of carved quartz, not blown glass, and still perfectly sealed with a stopper made of the mineral dolomite with bitumen tar — indicating that its contents were very expensive.

 

  • Legendary pre-flood civilizations such as Atlantis, Thule and Hyperborea were said to have been built on highly advanced science and technology, with a possible direct connection to what is now happening around the world. Sir Francis Bacon, a key Rosicrucian leader who later became known as the Illuminati, planned for America to become the ” New Atlantis ” and the center of the New World Order some one hundred years before America became a nation. To better understand the occult connections between antediluvian civilizations, such as Atlantis or Thule, and modern times, it becomes necessary to revise the accounts of those who supposedly founded these civilizations.

 

  • A book titled “Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the Nature of the Universe” has stirred up the Internet because it contained a notion that life does not end when the body dies, and it can last forever. Scientist Dr. Robert Lanza who was voted the 3rd most important scientist alive by the NY Times, has no doubts that this is possible. Lanza is an expert in regenerative medicine and scientific director of Advanced Cell Technology Company. Lanza points to the structure of the universe itself, and that the laws, forces, and constants of the universe appear to be fine-tuned for life, implying intelligence existed prior to matter. He also claims that space and time are not objects or things, but rather tools of our animal understanding. Lanza says that we carry space and time around with us “like turtles with shells.” meaning that when the shell comes off (space and time), we still exist. The theory implies that the death of consciousness simply does not exist. It only exists as a thought because people identify themselves with their bodies. They believe that the body is going to perish, sooner or later, thinking their consciousness will disappear too. If the body generates consciousness, then consciousness dies when the body dies. But if the body receives consciousness in the same way that a cable box receives satellite signals, then of course consciousness does not end at the death of the physical vehicle.
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Mosaic of the Female Musicians (late 4th – early 6th Century AD), found in a Byzantine villa in Maryamin, Syria.

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Microsoft’sMSFT +2.1% billionaire founder Bill Gates is financially backing the development of sun-dimming technology that would potentially reflect sunlight out of Earth’s atmosphere, triggering a global cooling effect. The Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment (SCoPEx), launched by Harvard University scientists, aims to examine this solution by spraying non-toxic calcium carbonate (CaCO3) dust into the atmosphere — a sun-reflecting aerosol that may offset the effects of global warming. Widespread research into the efficacy of solar geoengineering has been stalled for years due to controversy. Opponents believe such science comes with unpredictable risks, including extreme shifts in weather patterns not dissimilar to warming trends we are already witnessing.

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News Burst 10 January 2024 The cockpit voice recorder data on the Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9 jet which lost a panel mid-flight was overwritten, US authorities said, renewing attention on an industry call for longer in-flight recordings. This is what aerospace...

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