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  • Michelle Obama, Former First Lady of the United States joined the closeted ocean voyage on Steven Spielberg’s $250 million Seven Seas megayacht along with Kate Capshaw, Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson on Saturday. The climate activists are being accused of hypocrisy after they were spotted partying on the Hollywood director Stephen Spielberg’s super-yacht that burns 700 liters of fossil fuel per hour even when it is not moving. They fights “Climate Change”.


  • US Government frames bitcoin privacy as “Criminal”. In another unfortunate turn of events for anyone hoping their right to privacy to be protected as guaranteed by the US Constitution, the UN Declaration of Human Rights, or applicable state and federal law, the US government has argued that the disclosure of proprietary Chainalysis heuristics information in the case US vs. Sterlingov would “jeopardize numerous law enforcement investigations and impact the effectiveness of law enforcement tracing tools” by enabling the development of “criminal countermeasures to blockchain analysis.”


  • A recently leaked report revealed that the Government of Canada is considering abandoning the historic, but dilapidated 24 Sussex, which is the equivalent of the UK’s 10 Downing Street. The prime minister’s home, which welcomed John F. Kennedy, Queen Elizabeth II, and other world leaders, has been in decline for decades. According to the National Capital Commission (NCC), which manages the property and other official residences, the house, where Justin Trudeau should live instead of Rideau Cottage , is full of asbestos and rodents, and its aging electrical system has become a fire hazard. The office of public services and procurement minister Jean-Yves Duclos refused to confirm plans for a larger, more secure edifice in another location. The Ottawa-based property needs more than $27m worth of repairs, but creating a brand new residence could cost more.


  • Historian Victor Davis Hanson sat down with Tucker Carlson to discuss his perspective on the current political climate in the US, asserting that American liberalism is characterized by dishonesty, and warning about what he sees as liberal efforts to introduce a highly intolerant age. “It’s hard for most Americans to comprehend the total dishonesty of American liberalism.” VDH says Trump represents a significant threat to the specific vision held by liberals, who are employing a “critical legal theory,” in which traditional moral values are abandoned in favor of whatever gains power.


  • After the initiation of the Biden impeachment inquiry, new messages are deepening concerns over the influence of Chinese figures on the Biden family. Messages from longtime Biden associate Fran Person show the Chinese stepping in to support Hunter’s lavish lifestyle as funds dried up during his divorce. Person wrote Hunter that Chinese businessman Bo Zhang “will help you with what you need.”


  • Late Monday night, Rep. Henry Cuellar, Democrat of Texas, was carjacked in the Navy Yard neighborhood, about a mile from the United States Capitol Complex, according to CBS News. “As Congressman Cuellar was parking his car this evening, three armed assailants approached the Congressman and stole his vehicle,” Cuellar’s chief of staff, Jacob Hochberg, said in a statement. Weeks ago, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, a former supporter of the ‘defund the police’ movement, requested increased policing due to a murder crisis. Of course, Bowser, like many Democrat mayors, blames firearms as the issue, deflecting any possibility her disastrous social justice reforms only embolden criminals – while punishing law-abiding taxpayers across the imploding metro area.


  • A beer brand that was launched earlier this year as an alternative to Bud Light amid a months-long boycott has shattered its own company records by marketing a special edition can that featured former President Donald Trump’s mug shot, according to the company’s head.


  • The fall 1993 crisis posed a major threat to Washington – which had just gained a firm friend in the figure of Boris Yeltsin after the collapse of the USSR, and did not want to lose him, or worse, see the return to power of communist and/or radicalized patriotic forces threatening US plans for Russia and Eastern Europe. In 2018, the Clinton Presidential Library released a large trove of transcripts of conversations between Yeltsin and President Bill Clinton, revealing, among other things, the dramatic extent to which Washington sought to control Moscow through the reform process from the highest level, while simultaneously taking advantage of Russia’s political, economic and military weakness to push through the Clinton White House’s NATO expansion agenda. On September 21, 1993, the same day that Yeltsin issued Order No. 1400, he and Clinton spoke by telephone, with the US president assuring his Russian counterpart that he had full US “support,” and asking how the hardline measures would affect Yeltsin’s “position and the process of reform in Russia.”


  • As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more complex, experts anticipate a sharp increase in unemployment as machines begin to replace flesh-and-blood workers. Fast-casual food chain Chipotle unveiled on Tuesday a new robot that can do much of the work currently done by human employees to assemble customers’ burritos, salads, and rice bowls. Dubbed a digital “makeline,” the machine debuted in a short promotional video showing it assembling a rice bowl alongside an employee who is making a burrito. The bowl is passed through the machine by several holders as the rice, beans, corn, and other toppings are dispensed from above. The completed bowl is then raised up to the countertop at the end of the assembly line, where the employee is finishing making a burrito, implying that the machine will take just as long as a human worker to finish the task.


  • While military putsches are usually a cause for concern and seen as a sign of the failure of democratic rule, in July, the streets of Niamey erupted in joyful celebration. It appears the population of this landlocked nation, educated and well-versed in world politics, has decided that France’s tacit rule over it must come to an end. Niger, like many other countries on the African continent, is at a crossroads of ambiguities. On the one hand, it has bountiful natural resources on its territory, while on the other, it is one of the poorest nations on the planet. The landlocked Sahel country is not only a significant uranium producer; it boasts gold, coal, iron ore, and even petroleum. Yet, close to 42% of its population suffers from extreme poverty, according to the World Bank.


  • While zipping through space on its seven-year-long mission to investigate the sun, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe may have finally picked up signals of the culprit behind Venus’ mysterious “lightning” storms. The find happened in 2021, when Parker made a routine flyby of the windy world in an effort to harness the planet’s gravitational pull and propel itself closer to its primary stellar subject. “Parker Solar Probe is a very capable spacecraft. Everywhere it goes, it finds something new,” Harriet George, lead author of the new study and a postdoctoral researcher at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, said in a statement. In a nutshell, per a new paper on the 2021 Parker data, flashes of light on Venus that many experts associate with lightning bolts might not represent lightning bolts at all. Rather, they appear connected to disturbances in the magnetic fields surrounding the planet.
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Archaeo Histories

Astronomical Ceiling at Dendera Temple, Egypt. Waxing Moon: from left to right are 14 stairs with gods who refer to 14 days leading up to full “healed” moon on a pillar depicted as ‘Wadjet’ Eye of Horus healed by Thoth, who is portrayed at the right.

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Ancient Skate Scooter, Invented by indians thousand years ago. 📸 Credit – @shivashankar_banagar sir

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Donald Trump appeared in court today, but it wasn’t a legal proceeding. It was a grotesque parody of the system our ancestors created. Victor Davis Hanson explains.

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An ancient stone fortress located high above Dead Sea on a tall, rocky mesa in Israel. Originally built as a castle complex by Herod the Great, King of Judea (r. 37-4 BC), Masada became a fortress for Jewish people.

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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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