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  • Hunter Biden admits the laptop is his through his attorney, Abbe Lowell. QUICK! Someone needs to tell the 51 “intelligence” officials who signed a letter calling it, “Russian Disinformation.” Surely they’ll want to correct the record and issue an apology!

 

  • US President Joe Biden has secured a $250,000 line of credit against his house in Rehoboth, Delaware, as his son Hunter faces a a long-running federal tax investigation and amid his own classified documents scandal, US media reported on Friday, citing Sussex County records. The records show that the contract with M&T bank was signed on December 5, according to the report. Biden and his wife bought the house in 2017 for $2.74 million. The media notes that it is not clear why Biden could need a quarter of a million dollars. The White House did not respond to journalists’ requests.

 

  • Switzerland has extended a directive instructing its gas suppliers to prepare reserves for next winter, the government stated on Wednesday, citing possible shortages. The order mandates the storage of the equivalent of 15% of annual Swiss consumption in facilities in neighboring countries, as Switzerland itself has no domestic gas storage capacity. The reserve was originally introduced last May for the 2022-23 winter season following the cessation of Russian supplies as a result of Western sanctions.

 

  • New $5 bill won’t feature the visage of Charles III in favor of “indigenous” design. The central bank of Australia announced on Thursday that the new $5 bill will feature a design honoring “the culture and history of the First Australians” instead of the portrait of King Charles III. The banknote currently depicts the late Queen Elizabeth II. “The monarch will still be on the coins, but the $5 note will say more about our history and our heritage and our country, and I see that as a good thing,” Treasurer Jim Chalmers told reporters in Melbourne.

 

  • ‘Male, Female and Rapist’? Scottish Nationalists Lampooned for Inventing New Gender. Scottish National Party (SNP) leaders have been ridiculed for suggesting rapists are a separate gender from men and women. Scottish First Minister and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon struggled to answer questions from Scottish Conservatives leader Douglas Ross in the devolved Holyrood parliament on Thursday about the whether transsexual double rapist Isla Bryson, who changed his name from Adam Graham after his first court appearance, was man or a woman. Sturgeon said Bryson, who attended court in tight leggings accentuating his penis and a wig to hide his large facial tattoos, was “almost certainly” only pretending to be transgender in order to escape punishment or be sent to a women’s prison. “That individual has been convicted of rapes and that, therefore, is the terminology,” Sturgeon said.

 

  • Ealier this year, South Africa took over the BRICS presidency from China and began to execute duties as the BRICS chair. The African state became a part of the international bloc in 2010. BRICS is able to find solutions to complex geopolitical and economic issues the international community is facing, South Africa’s Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor has claimed. “BRICS can provide the leadership necessary to strengthen multilateralism, bring about meaningful reform and can also work together to drive a sustainable global economic recovery,” Pandor emphasized in a statement published by the South African Foreign Ministry.

 

  • New revelations show how the UK and Canada used army psyops units to target ‘disinformation’. Thanks to a whistleblower, we now know that critics of Covid-19-related lockdowns and vaccine mandates — including prominent journalists and politicians — were monitored by the UK army’s information warfare brigade. One of the military units reportedly deployed in the activity was the 77th Brigade, created in 2015 and described by the media at the time as comprised of “warriors who don’t just carry weapons, but who are also skilled in using social media such as Twitter and Facebook, and the dark arts of “psyops” – psychological operations.” ~ Rachel Marsden

 

  • The Pentagon has spotted what it believes to be a surveillance balloon in the northern US and is monitoring it closely, though the White House has advised not to take military action to shoot it down. The balloon, which senior officials say belongs to China, was first spotted on Wednesday. Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder announced on Thursday that the US government “has detected and is tracking a high-altitude surveillance balloon that is over the continental United States right now,” and is watching it closely. The balloon was last confirmed sighted in the skies above Billings, Montana, but its current location has not been disclosed.

 

  • After the Defense Department announced on Thursday it had detected a Chinese balloon soaring over the US state of Montana as early as Wednesday, US President Joe Biden asked military officials about their options. It was decided the balloon was too high up to pose any kind of danger where it was, and if shot down there was a chance it could pose a danger to both humans and equipment. Officials agreed it was best to let the balloon continue on as it was, while closely monitoring its status. The balloon is floating above 60,000 feet, or more than 11 miles up. Not only would no personal firearms reach that high, most of the US Air Force’s fleet of fighter jets can’t even fly that high.

 

  • Preparations for the EU-Ukraine “summit” in Kiev that began on Thursday included an instruction to travelers from Brussels mandarins to avoid wearing anything that could distract from the green-and-camouflage ensemble favored by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky. Sent by the European Commission’s Secretariat General last week, the note mandated “usual business attire” and said anything “green, khaki or too bright” should be avoided, according to Politico. The outlet described the instructions as an “apparent attempt to reserve the military look for the hosts,” and Zelensky in particular.

 

  • Shares prices of prominent Japanese restaurant chain Sushiro dropped by five percent after videos showing unhygienic pranks being pulled at their sushi conveyor belt outlets went viral. In one video, apparently recorded at a Sushiro venue in the city of Gifu, a teenager licks the top part of a communal soy sauce bottle before taking a teacup off a nearby shelf, licking the cup’s rim and placing it back. The teenager can also be seen licking his finger and then using that finger to touch a slice of sushi moving past him on a conveyor belt. The affected company has already filed a complaint with the police, and the restaurant where the teenage prankster was filmed has reportedly taken steps to deal with the issue.

 

  • The “oldest example of a well-preserved vertebrate brain” has been identified in a 319 million-year-old fish fossil. The fossilised Coccocephalus wildi was found in a coal mine in Lancashire more than a century ago and had been sitting in the archives of Manchester Museum. Research by teams from universities in Birmingham and Michigan found its skull contained a brain and cranial nerves. Palaeontologist Dr Sam Giles said the “unexpected find” gave a “startling insight” into brain evolution.

 

  • In a new study, a team of 50 astronomers from around the world have confirmed the existence of exoplanet Wolf 1069 b, which orbits a red dwarf star, Wolf 1069, only 31 light-years from Earth. What makes this discovery particularly intriguing is that Wolf 1069 b is potentially a rocky world, at about 1.26 the mass of Earth and 1.08 the size. Wolf 1069 b also orbits in its star’s habitable zone, making it a prime candidate for liquid water to potentially exist on its surface. “When we analyzed the data of the star Wolf 1069, we discovered a clear, low-amplitude signal of what appears to be a planet of roughly Earth mass,” Diana Kossakowski, an astronomer at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Germany and lead author on the new research, said in a statement. “It orbits the star within 15.6 days at a distance equivalent to one-15th of the separation between the Earth and the sun.”
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“Cacao”

NASA’s Curiosity rover has found another meteorite on Mars. The space rock is about 1 foot (0.3 meters) wide and consists primarily of iron and nickel, Curiosity team members announced via Twitter on Thursday (Feb. 2). And the meteorite has a name. “We’re calling it ‘Cacao,'” the Curiosity team wrote in the Twitter post, which includes a photo of the rock. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

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The icy Saturn moon Mimas may be a “stealth” ocean world, according to new research.

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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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News Burst 26 May 2024 ​Apple released iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 last week, which included fixes for several security vulnerabilities. But these updates also seemed to introduce a serious bug. Some users found that photos that they deleted years ago—some of a sensitive...

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News Burst 25 May 2024 On June 3, there will be a planetary alignment that may actually allow you to witness six planets align in the sky. This is a rare astronomical phenomenon. It is the best opportunity to see Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune all...

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News Burst 24 May 2024 ​The Brazilian Amnesty Commission plans to discuss whether to apologize for human rights violations in the internment of Japanese immigrants and people of Japanese descent after World War II, it has been learned. The issue will be considered on...

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News Burst 23 May 2024 ​Nippon Ekitan Corp. is a Tokyo-based company that has been selling gas for fumigating cultural assets longer than any other business in Japan. It has sold the Ekihyumu S gas in question since the 1970s. The company recently decided to stop...

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News Burst 22 May 2024 ​'You'll own nothing in retirement and be happy'... Wit the organization he founded 50 years ago bringing in nearly $500 million in revenue in the year ending March 2023 (and sitting on a neat pile of 200 million Swiss francs cash), Klaus Schwab...

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News Burst 21 May 2024 Protests in Georgia are about a proposed foreign agent law, nicknamed the “Russian law.” Here’s the “Russian law”: Media and NGO’s who receive over 20% of their funding from foreign governments, usually shady Western operations, have to disclose...

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