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- In March, the Biden administration began tapping one million barrels of oil per day from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR), supposedly in a bid to get a grip on gas prices. Last week, the Department of Energy revealed that the reserve had dipped to its lowest level since 1985, with enough oil left to last the country just 25 days in a pinch. The split within the Biden administration between open hostility to the oil industry and fears about the impact high gas prices will have on their Congressional allies in November’s midterm elections explain Washington’s “confused” energy policy, energy expert Dr. Gal Luft says. “The Biden administration is torn between an inherent antipathy for the fossil fuel industry, driven by environmental zeal and anti-business sentiment on the one hand, and practical and electoral concerns about energy prices on the other hand. Those two drivers do not go hand in hand and the result is a confused energy policy. This is especially problematic for an industry that is capital intensive and which requires long term planning and massive investments to ensure the energy needs of the future,” Luft, the co-director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, a US-based non-profit think tank, explained in an interview.
- A team of researchers has managed to gain new insight into the food preferences of a long extinct species of shark known as the megalodon. Having examined fossilized skulls of whales that lived millions years ago during the late Miocene period and noticing a certain pattern of shark bite on them, the team concluded that the megalodon, as well as other ancient sharks, seemed keen to feast on the noses of sperm whales, according to Live Science. In their study, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, the researchers note that, just like their extant relatives, the sperm whales of the Miocene period “exhibited enlarged fatty forehead organs responsible for their sound production capabilities,” and the bite marks found on the whales’ skulls indicate that sharks targeted that particular area.
- A round of applause broke out in the CERN Control Centre on 5 July at 4.47 p.m. CEST when the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) detectors switched on all subsystems and started recording high-energy collisions at the unprecedented energy of 13.6 TeV, ushering in a new physics season. This feat was made possible thanks to the operators who had worked around the clock since the restart of the LHC in April to ensure the smooth beginning of these collisions with higher-intensity beams and increased energy. After over three years of upgrade and maintenance work, the LHC is now set to run for close to four years at the record energy of 13.6 trillion electronvolts (TeV), providing greater precision and discovery potential: increased collision rates, higher collision energy, upgraded data readout and selection systems, new detector systems and computing infrastructure.
- Two German coronavirus vaccine producers are headed for a legal tussle over patents. CureVac N.V., a global biopharmaceutical company based in Tübingen, Germany, announced that it is suing Mainz-based firm BioNTech, as well as two subsidiaries, for alleged infringements involving four patents. CureVac said in its statement that it had “moved to assert its intellectual property rights” regarding its “pioneering work in mRNA technology, which contributed to COVID-19 vaccine development.” CureVac is also seeking fair compensation for “infringement of a portfolio of CureVac’s intellectual property rights, utilized in the manufacture and sale of Comirnaty®, BioNTech and Pfizer’s mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.” There has not yet been any official response from BioNTech, however its shares fell 0.9 percent in pre-market trading in New York.
- Boris Johnson is fending off a palace coup led by former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid, who both resigned within minutes of each other on Tuesday evening over the Chris Pincher groping affair. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced the toughest parliamentary questioning of his prime ministership over the latest sexual misconduct scandal to hit his government. Opposition Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer immediately sought to score points against Johnson over claims he lied about when he knew about allegations of sexual assaults against disgraced former deputy chief whip Chris Pincher. Starmer tried to corner Johnson on rumors he had privately admitted Pincher was “too handsy” and dubbed him “Pincher by name and pincher by nature” — and said the word “arse” in Parliament as he read out allegations against him.
- Jenn Mason, school board director for the Bellingham School District in the state of Washington and proud owner of the sex shop WinkWink located in Bellingham, has announced that she is going to teach sex education classes to both teenagers and pre-teens, Fox News reports. According to the media outlet, Mason intends to hold four three-hour classes at WinkWink as part of an event called the “Uncringe Academy”, with 9- to 12-year-old students being educated separately from 13- to 17-year-old students. Fox also points out that the description of the classes mentions the workshops being “divided by age” and that presentation of topics will vary for developmental appropriateness (sic).”
- Hungary refused to supply Ukraine with weapons because Budapest is trying not to get involved in the conflict between Moscow and Kiev in any way, the country’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told CNN on Tuesday. The foreign minister explained that the Hungarian-Ukrainian border offers the safest passage and is used for delivering humanitarian supplies. Given that all parties know that Hungary does not supply weapons, the aid may stream into Ukraine unimpeded, he added. The minister also reminded that 150,000 Hungarians live in the Western part of Ukraine, and should Hungary start arms deliveries, they may become targets. “We don’t want them [Russians] to shoot at the areas where Hungarians live, that’s why we would not like to get involved in this conflict,” he reiterated.
- President Joe Biden said freedoms in America were under assault and urged citizens to engage in “principled patriotism” while the country faced economic challenges and national divisions. “From the deepest depths of our worst crises, we’ve always risen to our higher heights,” Biden said in remarks at the White House.
- The 2,000-mile (3,200km) border between the US and Mexico is the world’s deadliest land migration route, a recent UN study claimed. Some 728 migrants died or disappeared there last year, an increase of more than 50% since 2020. Published by the International Organization for Migration, a UN body, the report labeled 2021 as the deadliest year for migration in the Americas since 2014, when it began collecting data. More than 1,200 migrants died or disappeared in the region last year, with 728 dying or vanishing along the US-Mexico border alone, 53% more than in 2020.
- The British Triathlon Federation has confirmed a first-ever ‘open’ category in UK sports made especially for transgender athletes. The new policy will be brought in from January 2023, and will be created “for all individuals including male, [male and female] transgender and those non-binary who were male sex at birth,” it was announced. As part of a statement, British Triathlon said that its new policy “outlines that triathlon is a sport for everyone and that transphobic behavior will not be tolerated.”
- Former university professor in international relations, Dr. Michael Salla, is the author/editor of nine books dealing with exopolitics, ET groups, and secret space programs. In the first half, he shared details about the Galactic Federation, a cosmic organization that he believes is composed of various extraterrestrial races. As evidence, he cited the testimony of Prof. Haim Eshed, former head of Israel’s Defense Ministry’s space directorate, who specifically mentioned Earth’s contact with the Galactic Federation. Eshed said that cooperative agreements had been worked out between the US government and the Federation, including involvement with an underground base on Mars. Salla also cited how some of the early contactees dating back to the 1950s, like George Van Tassel spoke about the Federation and Ashtar Command. Ultimately, the end game is for humanity to join the Galactic Federation, Salla explained.
- Physicists operating the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) found evidence of three new combinations of quarks, elementary particles that form matter. Usually, quarks come together in groups of twos and threes and make up particles such as protons and neutrons. In rare cases, however, quarks form groups of four and five, the so-called “tetraquarks” and “pentaquarks.” In this particular experiment, a new kind of “pentaquark” and the first-ever pair of “tetraquarks” were detected. The latest development is consistent with the Standard Model, a theory that currently provides the best answer on how the universe is built on a microscopic level.
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The Large Hadron Collider is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator that has a 27km ring of magnets. It boosts two high-energy particle beams almost to the speed of light before they collide. First launched in 2008, it upended the world of physics in 2012 when it helped to discover the elusive Higgs boson, a development that allowed checking the accuracy of the Standard Model, validating years of scientific research. Physicists say they’ve found evidence in data from Europe’s Large Hadron Collider for three never-before-seen combinations of quarks, just as the world’s largest particle-smasher is beginning a new round of high-energy experiments.
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“[The Netherlands’ government has passed a policy that has been suggested and pushed by Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. It’s a policy that will see nitrogen pollution cut in half by 2030. Now, along with cutting nitrogen pollution comes cutting farms, cutting farm production, and cutting farm[ing] jobs,” TCS Editor-in-Chief Keean Bexte said.
“… Every farmer in this country is united against this government,” Bexte explains, “and they’re blockading the distribution centres of grocery stores to let the public know exactly where their food comes from and what will happen if Mark Rutte, Klaus Schwab, and the rest of the globalists get their way.”
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