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  • Thousands of Jewish ultra-Orthodox men protested in Jerusalem against a Supreme Court order for them to enlist in the military. The ruling mandated drafting ultra-Orthodox Jews into the military, ending a 76-year exemption. The protest in Shabbat Square attracted thousands against the ruling, leading to clashes with police using water cannons and mounted officers.

 

  • The Democratic National Committee is considering naming President Biden the party’s 2024 nominee nearly a month before the DNC convention, according to a report Monday — a move that could curb talk of replacing the 81-year-old commander in chief on the ticket. The DNC is eyeing July 21 as the potential date to formally nominate Biden. The date coincides with a meeting of the Democratic convention’s credentials committee, which will be held after the rules and procedures formalizing Biden’s virtual nomination are finalized on July 19.

 

  • Almost half of Finns are unhappy with the government led by 53-year-old Prime Minister Petteri Orpo, a recent survey has shown. According to the poll, carried out on behalf of Helsingin Sanomat, the biggest daily newspaper in Finland, 45% of respondents are dissatisfied with the performance of the current cabinet. The share of participants expressing discontent has increased by 10% since the previous survey was conducted half a year ago, the outlet said.

 

  • Since the 2015 Paris Agreement, 230 “climate-aligned” lawsuits have been filed against corporations and trade associations, with over two-thirds initiated since 2020, as stated by the report from the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics. More than 30 cases in 2023 focused on the “polluter pays” principle, holding companies accountable for climate damage due to high greenhouse gas emissions. While most climate lawsuits target governments, a rising number now target companies, with a disparity between the US and other nations in the proportion of cases involving companies.

 

  • Governor Ron DeSantis signed legislation to combat squatters in Florida, aiming to protect property owners and deter criminal activity. A new law in effect grants state law enforcement more power to remove squatters and increases penalties, intending to help homeowners safeguard their property efficiently. Law enforcement can now evict squatters without lengthy court processes if property ownership is verified and specific criteria are met, under the new legislation.

 

  • Swiss Bishop Marian Eleganti has slammed the Catholic hierarchy’s acceptance of COVID mandates as a ‘declaration of bankruptcy of faith.’ Bishop Eleganti also expressed his profound sorrow that the so called covid vaccines have caused “many harmful side effects.” He said that “informed consent” and autonomous decision over one’s own body was the “basic dogma” in medical ethics during the past decades and noted that the Congregation (now Dicastery) for the Doctrine of the Faith under Cardinal Luis Ladaria had declared that there must not be forced COVID injections. “Nevertheless, the Pope imposed [a shot mandate] on all employees in the Vatican as head of state. Otherwise, they would have lost their jobs or been given another one,” Bishop Eleganti stated. “So, for me, that was clearly an injustice.”

 

  • A Delta Airlines flight to Amsterdam was diverted to NYC due to spoiled food on board. Delta’s Food Safety team is investigating the incident and issued an apology to customers for the inconvenience. Delta released a statement confirming the diversion and indicated an investigation into the spoiled food.

 

  • Florida prosecutors knew that Jeffrey Esptein had sexually assaulted girls two years before they cut a plea deal. According to transcripts released on Monday this week, the prosecutors were too lenient and missed an opportunity to imprison him the pedophile a decade earlier. The surprise release of the transcripts came after a new law covering such cases was approved in February. The grand jury investigation began in Florida in 2006 ,13 years before Epstein was charged with federal sex trafficking crimes. Circuit Judge Luis Delgado’s release of approximately 150 pages Monday came as a surprise, since there was scheduled hearing next week over unsealing the graphic testimony. Gov. Ron DeSantis had signed a bill in February allowing the release on Monday or any time thereafter that Delgado ordered. Florida grand jury transcripts are usually kept secret forever, but the bill created an exemption for cases like Epstein’s.

 

  • The ants, officially called Megaponera, often get hurt hunting termites — their sole source of food — because termites fight back ferociously, often inflicting serious damage on their attackers. But the ants have a special skill for healing their wounded comrades: They can detect when an injury is infected and treat it with antimicrobials they make themselves. “They have a very sophisticated system of coping with dangerous and sometimes deadly infections with remarkable efficacy,” says Erik Frank, a scientist in the University of Würzburg Department of Animal Ecology and Tropical Biology, citing a nearly 90 percent cure rate among the ants. “We can learn a lot from these tiny creatures.”

 

  • According to a report Hunter Biden started sitting on on White House meetings and calls with top aides this week after spending the weekend at Camp David with his family following his Father’s disastrous debate performance. The news follows reports claiming Hunter Biden and the first lady were the driving force behind Joe Biden’s refusal to drop out of the presidential race after his disaterous debate performance. Now members of Biden’s own family are admitting that the real Joe Biden is not the man making decisions at the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office. A series of damning videos featuring Biden glitching have raised serious questions about his health and whether he is being represented in public by actors and in videos by AI.

 

  • Over the past 12 months, thieves in the Seattle metro area have stolen over 100 electric vehicle charging cables, driven mostly by soaring copper scrap prices. This is incredibly frustrating for EV owners who arrive at these charging stations only to find severed cords and unable to charge. The thefts are particularly painful for drivers who lack home chargers and are left scrambling to find a way to juice up their vehicles.

 

  • A bio statistical research scientist at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee was awarded nearly $700,000 in a court settlement after being fired for refusing to take a COVID-19 jab during the pandemic. The jury found that Tanja Benton ‘proved by a preponderance of the evidence” that her refusal to get the shot “was based on a sincerely-held religious belief”. InfoWars reports: ”Benton had been at the job since 2005, and her lawsuit noted she hardly even came into contact with anyone during her work hours.” In fact, the research scientist worked from home for a year and a half during the pandemic without any complaints from co-workers.

 

  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will pay Moderna $176 million for a vaccine that contains the same (deadly) mRNA technology as the company’s COVID-19 jab. They say they wants to be “better prepared” for public-health crises, having “learned lessons from Covid”. Meanwhile Ferderal officials say concerns are growing across the country about cases in dairy cows infecting people. The award was made through the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, or BARDA, a program focusing on medical treatments for potential pandemics.

 

  • A desert moss could be the key to terraforming Mars, according to a recent study published by Chinese scientists. Due to its extraordinary resilience, Syntrichia caninervis (S. caninervis), a moss found in extreme desert environments from Tibet to Antarctica, has been touted a “pioneer plant” for establishing a livable environment on Mars. Basically, scientists believe this plant could enrich the planet’s rocky surface to enable the growth of other plants. A few studies have explored alternative possibilities of these terraforming seeds, such as algae and lichens. “However, plants such as mosses offer key benefits for terraforming, including stress tolerance, a high capacity for photoautotrophic growth, and the potential to produce substantial amounts of biomass under challenging conditions,” the new study’s team wrote in the paper.

 

  • Scientists may have cracked the secret of the still-beating hearts of the universe’s most extreme “Dead Stars,” and the explanation is twisted. The team thinks an avalanche of quantum tornados causes this “glitching” in the spin of a class of neutron stars called pulsars when it becomes entangled with its neighbors like the arms of a series of cacti in close proximity, creating twisted and complex patterns. “More than half a century has passed since the discovery of neutron stars, but the mechanism of why glitches happen is not yet understood,” team member and Hiroshima University professor Muneto Nitta said in a statement. “So we proposed a model to explain this phenomenon.”

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Astronomical Events in 2024

Astronomical Events in 2024

Welcome to 2024! There are plenty of events stargazers can add to their calendars.

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Descendants Of The Fallen Angels From Canaan

Rebellious, fallen angels, who were expelled from heaven to earth populate the mythologies and religious texts of the three main Abrahamic religions. However, the term ‘fallen angel’ appears neither in Abrahamic scriptures or in the Bible, even though it is commonly used to describe angels that sinned in heaven and were subsequently cast to Earth to practice their malevolent magic. For most Christians, the Devil was once the angel Lucifer who defied God and fell from grace and this is why he is remembered as ‘fallen angel’. According to historian Lester L. Grabbe’s book, A History of the Jews and Judaism in the Second Temple Period, in Jewish religious mythology during the late Second Temple period (516 BC – 70 AD), the Sons of God, known as the Nephilim, were the Biblical giants who were considered the monstrous offspring of fallen angels who bred with human women. ~ Image: Gundestrup Cauldron depicting Dagda of the Tuatha Dé Danann (150 BC) Art of the Celts, Historic Museum of Bern.

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Currently, the age of consent in Israel is 16 for all genders. However, that age of consent can go as low as 14, provided the other sexual partner was no more than three years older and both parties consented. But according to Maoz, the Justice Ministry is trying to change this to an age gap of five years.

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UAP Claims

In an insightful interview with Ross Coulthart for NewsNation, retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Tim Gallaudet shared his perspectives on the existence of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) and the implications of a purported cover-up by the U.S. government. The interview, held during the Soul Foundation conference, revealed Gallaudet’s firm belief in the presence of non-human intelligence (NHI) and his support for whistleblower David Grusch’s claims of a secret UFO retrieval program.

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News Burst 12 January 2024 Facebook and Instagram have been profiting from placing corporate adverts from companies such as Walmart and Match Group next to content potentially promoting child sexual exploitation, a legal filing alleges. The accusation is the latest in...

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News Burst 11 January 2024 Ecuador has erupted into a 'civil war' with cartel thugs after the president ordered the army onto the streets and declared a state of 'internal armed conflict'. Crazed criminals have rampaged through the South American country's cities...

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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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News Burst 9 January 2024 Health and lifestyle influence the risk of late-onset dementia. Is this true when disease begins before age 65? Yes, according to researchers led by Stevie Hendriks and Sebastian Köhler, Maastricht University, the Netherlands. In the December...

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News Burst 8 January 2024 A panel of United Nations experts Wednesday “expressed alarm” over Alabama’s planned execution of a death row inmate later this month by nitrogen hypoxia. Kenneth Eugene Smith is set to be executed Jan. 25 by the practice, which the panel...

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News Burst 7 January 2024 British police are reportedly investigating the sexual abuse of a child's avatar in the metaverse - prompting the NSPCC to warn that tech firms must do more to protect young users. Online abuse is linked with physical abuse in the real world...

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