News Burst — Live Feed – June 17 2020

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News Burst Live Feed – Jun 17, 2020

Last Updated 2020-06-17 15:45:52

[Soft Disclosure] In recent studies, scientists on the search for extraterrestrial life have found evidence to suggest that we will discover life beyond Earth in the next ten to 20 years. As more advanced missions are launched to study planets and stars, the chances of finding signs of extraterrestrial civilizations are better now than ever before. It is challenging to calculate the number of potential extraterrestrial civilizations, but a new study led by the University of Nottingham has taken a unique approach to obtain this estimate. According to the researchers, there could be more than 30 communicating civilizations within our own galaxy.
The Black Lives Matter Foundation has amassed over $4 million in donations over the past few weeks, which comes as no surprise in light of recent events. What does come as a surprise is that the foundation has zero ties to the global BLM movement behind the ongoing protests in the US and other countries. In an interview its founder Robert Ray Barnes revealed that he doesn’t “have anything to do with the Black Lives Matter Global Network” – an official name of the organisation behind the movement. What is more, Barnes implies the movement has stolen the name of his foundation despite that it was founded long after Black Lives Matter emerged as a hashtag and a movement.
The hypocrisy is getting so thick in New York City that you need a Sawzall to cut through it. Mayor Bill de Blasio has told his team of hundreds of contact tracing agents not to ask anyone who tests positive for Covid-19 if they attended the George Floyd demonstrations it in the city. The sole purpose of these agents under de Blasio’s test and trace effort is to find out the people the infected person has been near to trace the spread of the disease. It’s literally the most important part of their job. But then again if you do not want to show that a spike in infections was caused by the protests, then you simply don’t ask the question. However the infected person can provide that information if they chose. However, if you attended an outdoor restaurant or bar, then that will probably be reported. The one thing you can trace is the hypocrisy, which runs from City Hall all the way up to Albany.
[How much is true?] The Chinese CDC warned the genome sequencing shows the Xinfadi food market outbreak stemmed from a “European” source. “The containment efforts have rapidly entered into a war-time mode,” senior city government official Xu Ying told a news conference over the weekend. He added that nearly 100,000 epidemic-control workers had entered the “battlefield”. At the sprawling Xinfadi market, one of the biggest – if not the biggest – in Asia, thousands of tons of vegetables, fruits and meat change hands each day. A complex of warehouses and trading halls spanning an area the size of nearly 160 soccer pitches, Xinfadi is more than 20x larger than the seafood market in the city of Wuhan where the outbreak was first identified.
The hacker group Anonymous has claimed responsibility for taking down the website of the Atlanta Police Department in the wake of the killing of Rayshard Brooks. Atlanta media report that the department’s website went offline for three hours on Sunday morning, local time, but was later recovered. It appears to be unavailable again, as of 1:00 a.m. on Monday. Anonymous, who have organised cyberattacks on the police in the past, said they targeted the website in retaliation for Rayshard Brooks. The hacker group has also demanded that the two cops be arrested.
Wendy’s has pledged to donate $500,000 toward supporting “social justice, the youth and education in the Black community” after it recently drew criticism on social media following reports that the CEO of one of its franchisees donated thousands of dollars to President Trump’s campaign. “Our voice would be nothing without Black culture. Right now, a lot of people are hurting because of blatant racism against Black people. Their voices need to be heard. Period. #BlackLivesMatter,” the company said in a series of tweets. ~ April 2020
[Soft Disclosure] In the Antarctic, things happen at a glacial pace. Just ask Peter Gorham. For a month at a time, he and his colleagues would watch a giant balloon carrying a collection of antennas float high above the ice, scanning over a million square kilometres of the frozen landscape for evidence of high-energy particles arriving from space. When the experiment returned to the ground after its first flight, it had nothing to show for itself, bar the odd flash of background noise. It was the same story after the second flight more than a year later. While the balloon was in the sky for the third time, the researchers decided to go over the past data again, particularly those signals dismissed as noise. It was lucky they did. Examined more carefully, one signal seemed to be the signature of a high-energy particle. But it wasn’t what they were looking for. Moreover, it seemed impossible. Rather than bearing down from above, this particle was exploding out of the ground. That strange finding was made in 2016. Since then, all sorts of suggestions rooted in known physics have been put forward to account for the perplexing signal, and all have been ruled out. What’s left is shocking in its implications. Explaining this signal requires the existence of a topsy-turvy universe created in the same big bang as our own and existing in parallel with it. In this mirror world, positive is negative, left is right and time runs backwards. Europe is taking a big step toward a new normality as many countries open borders to fellow Europeans after three months of coronavirus lockdowns, but even though Europeans love their summer vacations, it’s not clear how many are ready to travel again. Tourists from the U.S., Asia, Latin American and the Mideast will just have to wait, for now.
Europe is taking a big step toward a new normality as many countries open borders to fellow Europeans after three months of coronavirus lockdowns — but even though Europeans love their summer vacations, it’s not clear how many are ready to travel again. Tourists from the U.S., Asia, Latin American and the Mideast will just have to wait, for now.
Aung Ye Tun was just 17 years old when he was tricked and forced to work under slave-like conditions in a Thai fishing boat. For five years, this Myanmar national was exploited along with other trafficked youths. “When the situation was at its worst, we used to say it was hell,” he said. “It was really like hell.” He described how they worked round the clock with only half an hour’s rest a day, and anyone caught sleeping without permission would be beaten. Food was scarce, and some of them resorted to eating raw squid. “If they saw us eating it, they’d beat us. So I’d hide the squid in my boot. Then I’d pretend to go to the toilet, and cook the squid in the exhaust pipe,” he recalled. “We were so angry and embittered.”
Indian police have arrested a plantation worker and are hunting two others after a pregnant elephant died after eating fruit laced with explosives, officials said Saturday, in a case that shocked the country. The elephant died in agony last week in the southern state of Kerala, the latest casualty of a growing conflict in South Asia between nature and humans as ever more forest is lost to urban expansion. Footage of the animal standing in a river for hours with its badly injured mouth and trunk in the water as it slowly weakened went viral, triggering horror online. P. Wilson was arrested on Friday after he allegedly placed fruits filled with explosives to keep creatures – mainly wild boar – away from his rubber plantation. “The man has admitted that they used the explosive-filled coconuts to target the wild animals,” Surendra Kumar, Kerala’s chief wildlife warden, said. Two of his associates were still at large, the officer said.
Aung Ye Tun was just 17 years old when he was tricked and forced to work under slave-like conditions in a Thai fishing boat. For five years, this Myanmar national was exploited along with other trafficked youths. “When the situation was at its worst, we used to say it was hell,” he said. “It was really like hell.” He described how they worked round the clock with only half an hour’s rest a day, and anyone caught sleeping without permission would be beaten. Food was scarce, and some of them resorted to eating raw squid. “If they saw us eating it, they’d beat us. So I’d hide the squid in my boot. Then I’d pretend to go to the toilet, and cook the squid in the exhaust pipe,” he recalled. “We were so angry and embittered.”
The court in Norilsk, Siberia, arrested Pavel Smirnov, the director of CHPP-3 power plant where the fuel oil spill had taken place, until July 31, press service of the Krasnoyarsk District Court told on Thursday. “[He] was arrested for one month and 21 days, until July 31 inclusive,” a court spokesperson said. The loss of containment of the diesel fuel tank occurred on the territory of the combined heat and power plant CHPP-3 on May 29, causing pollution and damage to the environment.
A 24-meter whale that became stranded on a beach in Baja California will be burie nearby, a municipal official said. Whale left stranded on beach in Rosarito.
Mexican authorities seized a major shipment of drugs in the city of Tijuana next to the US border, Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) announced Saturday. “The SAT agents seized 301 boxes of marijuana, with the total weight of 3,607 kg, and 21 boxes of methamphetamine with the total weight of 565 kg,” the statement says. According to preliminary estimations, the seized drugs are worth about $3.5 million. The illegal shipment was discovered by an X-Ray machine. No details were provided regarding the smugglers.
At least 20 soldiers and more than 40 civilians have been killed, and hundreds have been injured in twin attacks in northeast Nigeria’s Borno state on Saturday, residents and a civilian task force fighter said. The attacks, in the Monguno and Nganzai local government areas, came just days after armed militants killed at least 81 people in a raid on a village in a third area, Gubio. Boko Haram and its offshoot, ISWAP, have killed thousands and displaced millions in northeastern Nigeria. The ISWAP was established in 2015 by cells that splintered away from the Boko Haram terror group.
The Trans Mountain pipeline in Canada’s Abbotsford (British Columbia) temporarily suspended its operation over an oil spill, the operating company said in a statement. “On early morning Saturday, the control center received an emergency signal. The pipeline was shut down immediately, the workers were dispatched to investigate,” the statement said. Currently, the spill is localized, decontamination is in progress. There is no threat for people living nearby, the statement notes. The pipeline transports oil products from the Alberta province to the British Columbia.
The medium-range commercial flyer has been nicknamed the ghost plane after being parked up since 2010. The apparently abandoned aircraft, a McDonnell Douglas MD87 medium-range commercial jet, has been parked up at Madrid Barajas Airport since 2010. Madrid airport officials admit they don’t know who owns abandoned jet parked there for almost 10 years.
China’s textile and garment exports in the first five months of the year totaled 96.16 billion U.S. dollars, down 1.17 percent year on year, official data showed. The decrease narrowed by 8.8 percentage points from the figure in the January-April period, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). From January to May, the country’s textile exports climbed 21.3 percent year on year to total 57.95 billion dollars, while garment exports dropped 22.8 percent to 38.21 billion dollars. China exported more than 70.6 billion masks and 340 million protective suits from March to May, according to a white paper titled “Fighting COVID-19: China in Action.”
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At low to moderate-intensity exercise, effort will feel slightly harder than normal with a mask, but you can still walk comfortably. The challenge appears to be more during heavy exercise (say, rugby or football) taking in air at rates of about 40-100 litres per minute. When we do heavy exercise, our muscles produce lactic acid, which causes that burning sensation. It is then converted to carbon dioxide and exhaled. But what happens if the carbon dioxide is trapped by the mask? As you move from moderate to heavy exercise, you may be re-breathing carbon dioxide, which can reduce cognitive function and increase breathing rate. There may also be less oxygen in the recycled air, which could imitate exercising at higher altitudes. So it is important we gain a better understanding of the limitations of heavy exercise with a face mask.
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With entire populations ordered to stay home, schools, offices and factories limited their activities, road traffic dwindled to a minimum and airlines reduced scheduled flights by 60% to 95%, the Earth seems to be healing during the COVID-19 lockdown. But the impact on waste remains a concern.
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VW is launching its ID home charging station and will be offering installation ahead of the new car ID.3 deliveries set for later this year, but in their announcement, they also said that they will soon have a “complete charging network around the ID.3.” Volkswagen announced that it started selling its level 2 charging solution called ‘ID. Charger’, which they first unveiled last year. It was developed “with the ID.3 and the ID. family in mind”, but it is equipped with a Type 2 connector, which is standard on electric cars in Europe. The ID. Charger is available in 3 different configurations starting at €399, which is the equivalent of $450 USD. All options have a power output of up to 11 kW.
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Japan: As the seasons change, the melting snow has revealed the “Hachimantai dragon eye” at Kagaminuma swamp near the top of Mount Hachimantai, which borders Iwate and Akita prefectures. Snow remains near the peak of the 1,613-meter-high mountain. The swamp, about 50 meters in diameter, is said to look like a huge “dragon eye” when seen from above. When the snow over the center of the swamp melts in a doughnut shape, the dragon eye “opens.” This year the dragon eye opened on June 7.

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Several more crop circles have appeared in the past week near Wiltshire, UK. Beneath all crop circles are giant quartz crystals. They can hold energy to transfer to passing crafts like a fuel stop. They’re also used to encode messages for all who can see. Kabamur
This is a Mothership. The Spectrums of Light are part of a Communication. These are the parts that are seen within the clouds. The storm is being affected by the High Vibrational Frequency of the Craft. The Large Light seen is being Gifted and is covering the area with a High Frequency Of Healing Light. All who view something of this Magnitude receive the same Healing Light, whether in person or on video. Via ~ NEIOH
Questa è una nave madre. Gli spettri di luce fanno parte di una comunicazione. Queste sono le parti che si vedono tra le nuvole. La tempesta è influenzata dall’alta frequenza vibrazionale della nave. La Grande Luce dotata che si vede copre l’area con un’alta frequenza di luce curativa. Tutti coloro che vedono qualcosa di questa grandezza ricevono la stessa Luce Curativa, di persona o in video. Via ~ NEIOH

This is a Mothership. The Spectrums of Light are part of a Communication. These are the parts that are seen within the clouds. The storm is being affected by the High Vibrational Frequency of the Craft. The Large Light seen is being Gifted and is covering the area with a High Frequency Of Healing Light. All who view something of this Magnitude receive the same Healing Light, whether in person or on video. Via ~ NEIOH
Questa è una nave madre. Gli spettri di luce fanno parte di una comunicazione. Queste sono le parti che si vedono tra le nuvole. La tempesta è influenzata dall’alta frequenza vibrazionale della nave. La Grande Luce dotata che si vede copre l’area con un’alta frequenza di luce curativa. Tutti coloro che vedono qualcosa di questa grandezza ricevono la stessa Luce Curativa, di persona o in video. Via ~ NEIOH

Solar Activity

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Solar Sector Boundary Crossing: Earth is about to cross a fold in the heliospheric current sheet, a vast wavy structure in interplanetary space separating regions of opposite magnetic polarity. The crossing, called a “solar sector boundary crossing,” is expected on June 16th and could trigger minor geomagnetic activity around Earth’s poles.

Active Weather

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When solar activity is HIGH the jet stream is tight, stable, and follows somewhat of a straight path. But when solar activity is LOW that meandering band of air flowing some 6 miles above our heads becomes weak and wavy, it effectively buckles, which has the effect of diverting frigid Polar air to atypically low latitudes and replaces it with warmer tropical air masses. The jet stream reverts from a Zonal Flow to a Meridional Flow — and, depending on which side of the jet stream you’re on, you’re either in for a spell of unseasonably cold or hot weather, and/or a period of unusually dry or wet conditions.

Earthquakes

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EuropeM4.2 Crete, Grece
North-AmericaM3.8 California
Central-AmericaM4.7 Nicaragua
South-AmericaM4.4 Argentina
AsiaM5.7 Afghanistan
PacificM5.3 Solomon Islands
Deepest-EQM5.0 232 km Afghanistan
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June 16 10:00 UTCThe situation today illustrated in the image shows how other seismic force is heading towards the North Atlantic coming from the east. In northern Afghanistan we see two shocks, one close to the M6 that occurred last night and another one of M5.0 at 232 km depth occurred at 9:21 UTC, this could push a shallow shock up to M5.5 in Iran probably in the north-western area on the border with Afghanistan; given the great push from the east to Iran, there is also a further shock that closes the intermediate areas of the previous movements. In Europe it is noted that the seismic force seems to be mitigated with shocks on the M3 in Romania and M3.8 in Iceland. The area of Rhodes, mentioned in yesterday’s update, also saw the predicted movement but only M3 [+++].
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June 15 17:00 UTCHere we see the earthquakes ofn the last 12 hours, the swarm in Turkey continues very intense with movements also on the M5. Most of the seismic force coming from east is probably released in the area and in fact downstream we see an expansion of EQ on the M3 only. It is possible, as happened several times previously, that once the swarm is exhausted, the strong build-up of push can transit towards Europe and release on the way to the Atlantic some earthquakes on the high M4 even up to the M5. Italy (central south), the Balkan Peninsula and Eastern Europe are the usual transit lines, eventually North Africa if Italy will not be involved, here we could expect these movements.
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June 15 23:00 UTCThe push of the seismic force began to generate shocks towards the west with a series of movements in Greece and in the Pliny Trench south of Crete where an M4.2 movement occurred. Central Italy, as anticipated, saw a first movement but only of M2. Given the transit far south of Europe, it is likely that central south Italy will also see movements, probably on the M3. We will also see if there will be other movements in Greece, the Rhodes area is the intermediate point for other movements probably still on the M4. It seems that this southern transit can spare the Balkans.

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1 Response to News Burst — Live Feed – June 17 2020

  1. Neil Vidican says:

    Soft Disclosure is NOT good ENOUGH. It allows the bad guys to still be in power, and keep us in the dark….oh, WOW…..signals….oh, wow….bacteria…..BIG DEAL!

    Soft Disclosure is an INSULT! We need FULL DISCLOSURE and CONTACT.

    I want off this rotten planet, damn it!

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