News Burst 30 November 2020
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- Utah state employees spotted a nearly 12-foot-high metal monolith in the middle of a remote area of federal lands, and they have no idea what world it came from. Members of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources were counting bighorn sheep by helicopter in southeastern Utah when they saw the strange object and landed in the area to check it out. According to Google Earth’s historical view, the metal structure appeared sometime between August 2015 and October 2016. Now the mysterious metal monolith has apparently disappeared, officials said. “Somebody took the time to use some type of concrete-cutting tool or something to really dig down, almost in the exact shape of the object, and embed it really well.” Some observers pointed out the object’s resemblance to the avant-garde work of John McCracken, a US artist who lived for a time in nearby New Mexico, and died in 2011. His son, Patrick McCracken, told the Times recently that his father had told him in 2002 that he would “like to leave his artwork in remote places to be discovered later.”
- Students claim that using the colour as an adjective is now outdated because black is “linguistically and metaphorically associated with negative situations” and “used for bad and unsavoury situations or objects”. Undergraduate students at the University of Manchester are calling for commonly used phrases such as “black sheep” to be removed from lecture slides and books, while concerns have also been raised about “blackmail” and “black market” during a student union-led audit of racism concerns on campus. Students also claim terms like “blacklist” and “whitelist” should be barred from any written communications.
- Delta and Alitalia are now offering “quarantine free” flights between the US and Italy. They are the first flights between the U.S. and Europe not subject to quarantines in months. Passengers on “select flights” from Atlanta to Rome will no longer have to self-isolate if they test negative for Covid 3 times on their flight. They are going to be asked to take a PCR test 72 hours before departure and then rapid tests at both the Atlanta and Italian airports.
- On November 26, Azerbaijani troops entered the Sotk gold mine, which is located in the Gegharkunik province of Armenia, right on the border with the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. The mine reserves are estimated at more than 130 tons. A total of over 80 Azerbaijani soldiers entered the gold mine and the nearby town, claiming that the area should be handed over to Baku and gave workers one hour to leave the mine. For years, the Armenian state border with Azerbaijan in this area did not exist and there was no established border line since the fall of the USSR, Baku is now claiming that at least a half of the gold mine belongs to it.
- Thousands of Indian farmers, angry over reform of the agriculture sector, held a third day of protests on the outskirts of the capital on Sunday (Nov 29), blocking roads into the city and defying a government appeal to move to a designated site. The government on Saturday invited farmers’ union leaders for talks on new legislation to deregulate agriculture sector but that has not calmed farmers’ anger over what many see “anti-farm laws”, and their action appeared to be spreading.
- Thousands of anti-abortion protesters, many of them mobilised by Catholic or evangelical groups, have demonstrated across Argentina against a government-backed new bill to legalise abortion. Jorge Gomez, executive director of Aciera, the Christian Alliance of Evangelical Churches of Argentina, called it a “spontaneous outpouring”.
- Australia – Members of the Gomeroi nation say energy company Santos’s gas drilling at Narrabri, in northwest NSW, poses an unacceptable risk to the country’s largest underground water source, the Great Artesian Basin. The Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley has approved the Narrabri gas project, subject to a number of conditions she said would “safeguard the biodiversity of the Pilliga forest”. The $3.6 billion project would drill up to 850 wells in the area. Gomeroi woman Linda Whitten told she was upset that the project had gained environmental approval from the government: “In this day and age, why is there so much hatred, I guess, that’s how it feels to me – a hatred for my people and our culture. Not just Gomeroi mob, but all the mobs across this Country. They’re systematically eradicating every trace of us.”
- Indonesia reported on Sunday its record daily rise in Covid infections with 6,267 cases, China reported 11.
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News Burst 30 November 2020 – Bonus IMG
Lunar Orbiter, 1967
Could there be a large spacecraft parked in this crater in this 1967 Lunar Orbiter photo?
This is actually a very Ancient Craft that crashed here and was abandoned. It remains intact but was not worth the recovery of this Race from outside our Solar System. The occupants were picked up by Friends. They are called MOKAS, as their planet is MOKA. They stand 8 feet tall with grey skin. Very Friendly. Very low in Technology. Neioh
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News Burst 30 November 2020 – Solar Activity
Major Solar Flare
On Nov. 29th at 13:11 UTC Earth-orbiting satellites detected the biggest solar flare in more than 3 years, a M4.4 category blast. X-rays and UV radiation from the flare ionized the top of Earth’s atmosphere, producing a shortwave radio blackout over the South Atlantic. Ham radio operators and mariners may have noticed strange propagation effects at frequencies below 20 MHz, with some transmissions below 10 MHz completely extinguished.
Remarkably, this flare was even bigger than it seems. The blast site is located just behind the sun’s southeastern limb. As a result, the explosion was partially eclipsed by the body of the sun. It might have been an X-class event. The flare also hurled a significant Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) into space.
News Burst 30 November 2020 – Earthquakes
Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above
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Pleiadian Mothership. It is unusual to have a Mothership drop as low as this but it is done for Exploration and will soon Ascend to at least 50 to 100 miles up and the Crafts within will leave on separate assignments. When the Mothership signals, All Crafts will return as an opening is made, a ramp and Lights are provided and the inner wall of the Mothership will contain all Crafts. Neioh
Banker and chairman of the Edmond de Rothschild Holding S.A. company, Benjamin de Rothschild, has passed away at the age of 57, his family revealed to French media.
Bill Gates, the 4th richest person in the world, has been quietly snatching up 242,000 acres of farmland across the U.S. — enough to make him the top private farmland owner in America. It is not entirely clear how Gates’ farmland is being used.
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