News Burst 8 January 2021 - Live Feed

News Burst 8 January 2021

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  • Bitcoin has set another all-time record by hitting $40,000 for the first time.

 

  • India’s economy is showing a V-shaped recovery, the country’s Finance Ministry explained. Narendra Modi’s government ultimate goal is to transform India into a “factory of the world” – a moniker China claimed more than a decade ago – and grow it’s economy to $5 trillion by 2024, explains Suvam Pal, a Beijing-based Indian media professional and author. “Since the 1990s, China has witnessed phenomenal growth in its manufacturing might and has grown leaps and bounds,” he says, noting that India, on the contrary, has lagged behind quite substantially.

 

  • Customers, unhappy with the bath and shower-gel British brand Radox for suggesting its Muscle Therapy Bath Soak range is a product “for men”, have deluged the business with complaints.

 

  • On New Year’s Eve, Irish state media RTE aired a clip produced by Waterford Whispers News, a satirical news website, accusing God of raping a “young Middle Eastern migrant and allegedly impregnating her against her will”.

 

  • Mexico – The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) has admitted falsifying a document it used to back up its claim that a wildfire in Tamaulipas contributed to last week’s massive power outage. The CFE directors also reiterated the claim that an excessive amount of renewable energy in the national electricity system was a factor in the outage. CFE chief Manuel Bartlett dismissed the document falsification matter as a minor issue and charged that the real problem at hand was that the previous federal government granted an excessive number of permits to renewable energy companies. As a result such energy is concentrated in some parts of the national grid and causes “imbalances,” he said.

 

  • Police in Hong Kong on Wednesday detained over 50 high-profile anti-Beijing activists and politicians, including one US national, in early morning raids, media reported. US national John Clancey was among those detained during a raid of the Ho Tse Wai & Partners law firm, which has many anti-government figures as its clients, the newspaper reported. All the arrests were carried out under the national security law imposed by Beijing last year.

 

  • Nepal – Bardibas villagers suffer from drinking water shortage.  Around 400 families have been facing water shortage for the last five decades. Locals say authorities and people’s representatives have not addressed their water shortage problem despite multiple requests. “We intend to complete the project this year,” said Surendra Sharma, chief at the Drinking Water and Sanitation Division Office.

 

  • Norwegian nursing home patients dead after receiving first dose of Pfizer COVID vaccine. The departed were among the first in the country to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Medical authorities said they will investigate the circumstances of these deaths to try and figure out if the vaccines had anything to do with it. Norway’s National Institute of Public Health will be leading the charge.

 

  • Further scandals and irregularities at the Vatican Bank have continued to emerge, with the latest in the past weeks being the “disappearance” of a whopping $1.8 billion. Mysterious transfers which eventually totaled to that amount were flagged coming into Australia over the past six years. The Vatican and the Australian Catholic Church have both denied knowledge of transfers worth US$1.8 billion which Australia’s financial watchdog says have been sent from Rome to Australia in the past seven years. Currently both the Australian Catholic Church and the Vatican are essentially denying so much as having knowledge of the large, consistent transactions that have occurred since 2014.

 

  • American Airlines is ending support for emotional support animals. People using the “emotional support” excuse to gain access for their pets on flights and in airports – where they would usually not be welcome. And once the floodgates for emotional support dogs opened up, Americans starting carting around emotional support squirrels, emotional support clowns, emotional support peacocks and entire emotional support zoos with them as they traveled.

 

  • WhatsApp will shortly start to share your data with Facebook as a condition of use of the app. This completes a U-turn which began when Facebook first acquired the app back in 2014. At the time, WhatsApp assured users that their data would remain private, and not be shared with Facebook … WhatsApp was sold to Facebook for $19B.

 

  • Endless Creation Out of Nothing – Could our universe have been an experiment by an ancient civilization? asks Harvard’s Avi Loeb for Scientific American.
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News Burst 8 January 2021 - Frozen Waterfall

Frozen Waterfall

A frozen waterfall in Russia’s Kamchatka peninsula has collapsed, leaving several people, presumably tourists, trapped. According to the regional government, two people, a man and a woman, are in a satisfactory condition; they received minor injuries. The child is in serious condition, he has been transferred to doctors. One person was killed. The incident was reported to rescuers on Thursday afternoon, local time. The 131 ft waterfall is formed from the outflow from thawing glaciers. In winter it often freezes, resembling a giant icicle and is a magnet for tourists to one of Russia’s most beautiful regions, known as the Land of Fire and Ice, nine time zones east of capital city Moscow.

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News Burst 8 January 2021 - Area 51

Area 51

Private pilot Gabe Zeifman took off in his tiny Cessna 150 on Christmas day in southern Nevada to unveil some stunning bird’s eye images of Area 51 within the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR). The amateur photographer made a spectacular flight around Papoose Dry Lake before gliding over Groom Lake, home to Area 51, a rumoured UFO site. He took almost 1000 snaps of the landscape beneath. One of the photos, shared with Mystery Wire, captured a mysterious object, part of which can be seen sticking out of a hangar entrance to the south of the NTTR complex. It’s triangular and blurred, so it can’t be discerned with any certainty, but given the reputation of the area, speculation is rife. In the photo, he showed the place where the mysterious giant hangar was being built in the spring of 2020, but now it has mysteriously disappeared.

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News Burst 8 January 2021 - Animal Farm

Animal Farm

“Twelve voices were shouting in anger, and they were all alike. No question, now, what had happened to the faces of the pigs. The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.”. ~ George Orwell

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News Burst 8 January 2021 – Earthquakes

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News Burst 11 April 2020 – Live Feed

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Yesterday, April 10th, the ESA-JAXA BepiColombo spacecraft buzzed Earth. At closest approach, the probe was only 12,700 km above our planet. This sequence of images was taken by one of the BepiColombo’s MCAM selfie cameras.

News Burst 10 April 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 10 April 2020 – Live Feed

The snow-capped Himalayas are now visible for the first time in 30 years for residents in India’s north. The beautiful mountains are 200kms away but have not been visible for decades due to high pollution levels. – The Spanish government is working to roll out a Universal Basic Income as soon as possible, as part of a battery of actions aimed at countering the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to Economy Minister Nadia Calvino.

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News Burst 9 April 2020 – Live Feed

Italian soccer players have rejected taking a pay cut for the coronavirus emergency. On Monday Serie A agreed to a 30% cut for players and staff if the competition is not completed, and a one-sixth cut if it is. “It’s a disgraceful and unacceptable proposal,” said the vice president of players’ association AIC, Umberto Calcagno. “They want to make the players alone pay for the possible damage caused by the crisis.” [Hopefully will be the end of this football]

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