Azazel News #Recap 10/13/2020

  1. Bloomberg Markets: “Gold drops.”

  2. Asteroid or space junk? NASA expert IDs mysterious object.

  3. Zero Hedge: “Twitter Fined For Multiple Campaign Finance Violations.”

  4. Antifa’s seizure of Red States. [Red states. Oh boy. This won’t end well.]

  5. Chris Hadfield: “Up close and personal with Asteroid Bennu. So cool!”

  6. MrRevinsky: “Azerbaijani drone strike on a group of Armenian soldiers.”

  7. SpaceSense Raises 1 Million Euros To Use Satellite Imagery with AI for Agriculture.

  8. The mountains on Pluto have super weird methane ice snowcaps. Pluto’s snowcaps are born in reverse.

  9. Solar Desalination: The Marangoni Effect can be used to obtain freshwater from the sea.

  10. Shortage of laborers hits fishing operations. Delay alleged in issuing fitness certificates.

  11. Defense One: “The US Army Is Working on Augmented Reality Goggles for Military Dogs.”

  12. What does GWOHT stand for? Global War On Human Traffickers. Ok. Thank you. Public is unaware.

  13. Ian Miles Cheong: “Lancaster mayor forces Police Chief to resign over wife’s Trump support.”

  14. NASA’s OSIRIS-REx: “Want to know asteroid Bennu better? Take a tour of this small world I’ve been hanging out with.”

  15. Gerard Butler Action Pic ‘Greenland’ Sets Year-End PVOD Release Date. [Who keeps you ahead of the curve?]

  16. ’Like we’re going into quarantine’: Americans plan to stockpile food this fall over fears of COVID-19 surge, election unrest.

  17. US and seven other countries sign NASA’s Artemis Accords to set rules for exploring the Moon. And more countries could be signing soon. [Cough. We are on the Moon. Cough.]

  18. Coinbase sheds 60 activist employees after refusing to bring politics into the company. [Good. GET THE FUCK OUT!!! Go Woke, Go Broke.]

  19. NYC Scanner: “LANGUAGE ALERT: No reports of this individual driving around any other neighborhood in NYC doing this to other ethnicities.”

  20. Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space company launched a New Shepard rocket for a seventh time from a remote corner of Texas, testing new lunar-landing technology.

  21. Amirul Hadi: “It’s panic buying when the guy is still in his suit.” FA: “Panic buying in your areas? Share with me please.”

  22. Sorry, SpaceX. Watch This Week As NASA Pays $90 Million To Launch U.S. Astronaut On A Russian Rocket. The final countdown?

  23. 82% of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients Had Neurologic Symptoms. Nearly one-third showed encephalopathy in major U.S. healthcare system.

  24. Antonio García Martínez: “Nothing has ever gone wrong when we’ve mixed science with political activism. Nothing at all.”

  25. The Science Behind One Man Room Clearing Tactics: Peek or Push. In the tactical world, there is nothing more hotly debated than room clearing techniques.

  26. Black hole seen eating star, causing ‘disruption event’ visible in telescopes around the world. The latest breaking news, comment and features from The Independent.

  27. Denmark culls 2.5 million mink amid coronavirus outbreak on fur farms. Pandemic could threaten the country’s industry, say export bosses.

  28. Warning issued over possible 2.8 tonne space junk collision. Everybody in space industry will be concerned by the risk of a major collision on Friday, says Rocket Lab.

  29. I Am Not a Housewife. I’m a Prepper. Survivalism can be less about guns and ammo, and more about homemaking and community resilience.

  30. How To Upgrade Your Leadership Skills. We should look to upgrade our leadership skills the way we upgrade our iPhones.

  31. Doomsday community plans to open up shelters for US presidential election. Doomsday preppers are ready to bunker down this election day.

  32. A Prepper’s Secrets to Surviving What’s Left of 2020. Want to know how to handle what remains of 2020? Doomsday prepper James Westly, Rawles advises buying ammo.

  33. Writing by hand makes children better at learning, study says. A new Norwegian study suggests that writing by hand improves children’s capacity to learn.

  34. How a 2nd-Grade Class Sent a Science Experiment to Space. “Any school district now that affords football can afford spaceflight.”

  35. Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket aces record 7th launch, landing in test flight. The company plans to send tourists into space with the reusable rocket.

  36. IT skills development more important than ever. Investing in skills is going to one of the most important things we do to support an economic recovery in Northern Ireland.

  37. These alien planets may be more habitable for life than our own Earth. Two dozen alien worlds may be as good as or better than Earth for life as we know it, a new study finds.

  38. Meteorite Is a Love Letter to Space Rocks. For centuries, scientists thought meteorites were too fantastical to exist. A new book reveals that they hold even more mysteries.

  39. Americans Need Thermal Evasion Suits. A thermal evasion suit is designed specifically for those who wish to be mobile, and for those who want thermal coverage at ALL times.

  40. Solar meets 100 per cent of South Australia demand for first time. Solar power met 100 per cent of South Australia’s demand on Sunday for the first time. It won’t be the last.

  41. Scientists call for serious study of 'unidentified aerial phenomena.’ You don’t have to be an alien truther to be curious about recent UAP events. [Translation: (Non Green Door Scientist crying like little bitches.)]

  42. Booker Asks ACB, Who Is a Mother of Two Black Children, If She “Denounces White Supremacy.” Absolutely absurd question from Cory Booker just now. [LOL. Trolls. So disgraceful.]

  43. Ian Miles Cheong: “Conservatives should’ve fought Big Tech years ago. It isn’t too late now, but there will be more social media casualties in the suppression of peaceful political dissent.”

  44. Space Lab plans to test whether the LilyPond can sustainably grow duckweed, also known as water lentils, considered by some to be a “superfood” for its high protein and antioxidants.

  45. How the Dude was duped by Big Tech. A website with The Big Lebowski quotes was blocked for no reason by Facebook. Looking for justice at a tech company that has automated the enforcement of its rules.

  46. These are the top non-technical skills you need to succeed in the best jobs of the future. We used data from the Occupational Information Network to find the most valuable soft skills to have for these high-paying, fast-growing jobs.

  47. Fence repairs delayed after Hurricane Delta due to shortage in material. Dozens of fences knocked over or damaged is part of the aftermath of wind gusts from Hurricane Delta that many homeowners will be dealing with for a while.

  48. Chevrolet Corvette production halts due to COVID-related part shortage. GM confirmed that production of the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette has been halted briefly due to a supply chain issue causing shortages of needed parts.

  49. Using the Pandemic as an Opportunity to Lose Weight and Get in Shape. While many people gained weight during the lockdowns, others have used the change in routine to eat better and exercise more.

  50. Astroscale, which fixes and extends the life of satellites in orbit, raises $51 million. Satellite services and debris removal specialist Astroscale on Tuesday announced it closed a $51 million round of funding.

  51. Israel hopes to collaborate with US on anti-missile lasers. Israel’s Missile Defense Organization has contacted the Pentagon to collaborate on developing directed-energy capabilities, according to agency director Moshe Patel.

  52. Ghislaine Maxwell lawyers attempt to keep deposition details secret. Lawyers say unsealing details related to Maxwell’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein will undermine her right to a fair trial.

  53. SpaceX To Mostly Use Starship For Civilian Travel & Space Missions – Musk. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk confirms that ‘99%’ of his Starship launch platform will be used for civilian and commercial purposes.

  54. Security forces airmen getting new, special operations-like helmets. The next-generation helmets are the latest in a string of upgrades to security forces equipment, including improved body armor and weapons. [Take notice.]

  55. Birds are crashing into NYC buildings. Record numbers are being rescued. In boxes and in hoodies, by bicycle and subway, New Yorkers are bringing injured birds to the city’s only wildlife rehab center.

  56. Hypersonic Attack Cruise Missile Becomes High-Priority USAF Project. The Air Force is moving forward with a new Hypersonic Attack Cruise Missile as one of its top two hypersonic weapons programs.

  57. The New York Times Guild Once Again Demands Censorship of Colleagues. The union demanded “sensitivity readers” for their colleagues. Now they’re angry that a columnist wrote about a major controversy.

  58. Secretive HHS AI Platform to Predict US Covid-19 Outbreaks Weeks in Advance. A new AI-powered module known as HHS Vision has been added to the controversial and secretive HHS Protect system for amassing data related to Covid-19.

  59. B-21 Raider: “When it comes to delivering America’s resolve, the B-21 Raider - the future of long-range strike - will be standing by, silent and ready, capable of penetrating the toughest defenses to deliver precision strikes anywhere in the world.” [It’s detectable. Until it’s not.]

  60. Silicon Valley Pay Cuts Ignite Tech-Industry Covid-19 Tensions. Tech workers fleeing the San Francisco Bay Area to work remotely amid the pandemic are being asked to take pay cuts of 15% or more, as tech companies make cost-of-living adjustments.

  61. Cuba prepares for ‘profound transformation’ of its monetary system, urges calm. President Miguel Díaz-Canel said last week the country would end up with a single currency and exchange rate with the dollar, but did not specify a rate or the date of devaluation.

  62. SpaceX Starlink receives license to offer satellite internet in Australia. SpaceX aspires to close the digital divide in rural communites around the world. The aerospace company is creating a satellite broadband internet network called Starlink. [Blue Wizard (Elon) Rising.]

  63. Some Borough Park Yeshivas Remain Open, Defying Cuomo’s Targeted COVID Cluster Shutdown. “It doesn’t look like the government is planning to do any enforcement, so they’re not too worried," said one parent. [Battle of the NYC Jews is heating up.]

  64. NASA Solar System: “The OSIRIS REx mission hits the jackpot in its science goals! Results published today reveal asteroid Bennu contains well-preserved organic materials. This means it’s likely the sample we collect can tell us about the origins of life in our solar system.”

  65. This spacecraft is being readied for a one-way mission to deflect an asteroid. In a clean room in Building 23 at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, a spacecraft called DART was splayed open like a fractured, cubic egg.

  66. DARPA Selects Gibbs and Cox for Sea Train Concept. Gibbs & Cox, Inc. is pleased to announce the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) awarded the company a multi-phase contract to develop and demonstrate a Connectorless Sea Train concept.

  67. Jeremy Jr Thomas: “Leftists majority in institutions is the problem. Discriminatory hiring practices and workplace policies totally biased to favor leftists is the core problem not only in Tech companies but in Schools, Universities; and then this practice is leaked to whenever these people go.”

  68. Are We Bracing for a Mega Earthquake? Well, the fact that the Earth’s crust is shifting on a global scale may reduce the stress release over a larger area that could lessen the impact in one area but yet there are more dangers that lay ahead.

  69. Many Corporate Boards Still Face Shortage of Tech Expertise. Corporate boards could soon be on the hunt for fresh technology expertise as digital business models pursued in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic reshape business strategy.

  70. Abbott wins U.S. emergency use authorization for new COVID-19 antibody test. Abbott Laboratories said on Monday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued an emergency use authorization for its lab-based COVID-19 antibody blood test.

  71. Research team discovers mechanism that restores cell function after genome damage. A research team from Cologne has discovered that a change in the DNA structure—more precisely in the chromatin—plays a decisive role in the recovery phase after DNA damage.

  72. IMF warns of ‘sharp adjustment’ in financial markets despite ‘remarkable’ recovery this year. Equity markets could tank in the coming months if the coronavirus crisis persists and the economic recovery takes longer than expected to materialize, the International Monetary Fund has warned.

  73. Tesco warns it has a ‘shortage of products’ despite panic buying restrictions. It comes after the supermarket giant introduced new rationing limits on September 25 - with flour, dried pasta, toilet roll, baby wipes and anti-bacterial wipes now capped at three per person.

  74. NASA Technology: “Congratulations to Blue Origin on another successful New Shepard mission, completing the first integrated test of our precision landing technologies. Our engineers look forward to analyzing the data and preparing for the next flight! Rewatch the launch.”

  75. Channing Tatum Is Developing a SpaceX Miniseries for HBO. Elon Musk’s SpaceX project will be adapted into a limited series for HBO, developed by Channing Tatum’s production company, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The name? SpaceX. [On HBO, of course…]

  76. ICEYE Shares Nearly 18,000 Satellite Image Archive Under Creative Commons License. Finnish New Space leader ICEYE today announced access to ICEYE’s Public Archive, containing nearly 18,000 images from ICEYE satellites.

  77. Downtown LA fire: Flames engulf commercial building after firefighters knock down blaze in adjacent structure. A dramatic blaze engulfed two adjacent businesses in downtown Los Angeles, prompting a massive response from firefighters.

  78. Do the Past and Future Exist? Is all that exists just whatever exists right now? Is the past erased and the future a void yet to be filled? Well, the answer lies in between the past and the future - in the elusive, ever-moving eye-blink that we call the present.

  79. When SHTF Happens: Currency In An Economic Collapse. When an economy collapses, what will you use as a form of currency? Will your money have any value? In this video, we’ll take a closer look at the value of precious metals for preppers.

  80. Gas masks and hazmat suits are flying off the shelves at survival gear companies over fears of wildfires, protests, and the coronavirus. It’s not just “doomsday preppers” stocking up on survival gear — “normal, everyday citizens” are buying protective equipment, one owner said.

  81. Harry Reid claims US government is hiding key evidence of UFO encounters. The truth is out there — it’s just being covered up. The US government has key evidence of possible close encounters with UFOs but has been hiding it for years, according to former Senate.

  82. Milky Way breakthrough: Mysterious space ‘halo’ offers 'clue to galaxy’s past.’ The Milky Way’s mysteries could finally be cracked following the discovery of a halo of plasma surrounding its neighboring Andromeda Galaxy in a groundbreaking study.

  83. Kennedy Space Center gets new Airbus helicopters in time for SpaceX launch of astronauts. Kennedy Space Center took delivery of two new Airbus helicopters, a transition that will support SpaceX’s launch of four astronauts in a Crew Dragon.

  84. Eric Feigl-Ding: “First ever reinfection death from COVID-19 has now been scientifically confirmed. An 89-year old woman infected 2 months ago; recovered. New reinfection by different strain (DNA verified), then led to death. Total now up to 23 reinfections.”

  85. SpaceX, Hughes and Viasat qualify to bid for $20.4 billion in FCC rural broadband subsidies. SpaceX, Hughes Network Systems and Viasat are eligible to compete for a share of the $20.4 billion in broadband subsidies the FCC plans to dole out under the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund starting later this month.

  86. How To Build A Thermal Evasion Suit. Oath Keepers has teamed up with Brandon Smith from Alt-Market to show you how to build a thermal evasion suit. For those interested, this seems to be the key material, Radiant Barrier, that was used in the construction of the suit. [All part of Subterranean Warfare 101.]

  87. PG&E Is Under Investigation for Starting a Deadly Wildfire—Again. PG&E, the utility that supplies power to 16 million people in California, is under investigation for starting a deadly fire. The blaze in question is the Zogg Fire, which has killed four people and destroyed some 200 structures in Northern California.

  88. MIT Neuroscientists Discover a Molecular Mechanism That Allows Memories to Form. Modifications to chromosomes in “engram” neurons control the encoding and retrieval of memories. When the brain forms a memory of a new experience, neurons called engram cells encode the details of the memory and are later reactivated.

  89. Survival camps with bunkers, weapon arsenals, guard towers and enough food for 25 years will activate after the election amid fears of ‘widespread loss of law and order’ and 'looting and violence.’ Fortitude Ranch is a doomsday survival camp for preppers to hunker down in the event of a major catastrophe. [This is amazing.]

  90. ‘Very High Risk’ Two Large Pieces Of Space Junk Will Collide This Week. A defunct Russian satellite and a spent Chinese rocket just floating around high over Earth could smash into each other within a few days, potentially creating a big mess in orbit that could have dire consequences. [This is why they banned Greenland. This Thursday night/Friday am.]

  91. Colorado restaurants worried about effects on the industry if indoor capacity is lowered again. The restaurant industry in Denver is growing worried after Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced Monday the city could revert to more strict measures if the number of coronavirus infections isn’t brought down by the time flu season starts.

  92. Deep freezers and dry ice for Pfizer vaccine may face shortages. States are getting little federal assistance as they scramble to find medical grade deep freezers or dry ice for one of the COVID-19 vaccines. [I received an email from a delivery service we get of frozen foods that said they are delayed due to dry ice shortage this week.]

  93. Millennials dominate the US workforce, but they’re still 10 times poorer than boomers. Millennials have 4.6% of US wealth, while boomers have 53%, but millennials are the largest segment of the workforce, with 52 million members. [Generational wealth gap: Boomers are 10 times richer than millennials.]

  94. SpaceX ships upgraded cargo spacecraft to Florida for first orbital Dragon rendezvous. SpaceX says it’s shipped the first upgraded Dragon 2 cargo spacecraft to Florida, opening the door for the first simultaneous spaceflight of two Dragons. [Go back to this one. Look at the very specific wording here - “Spaceflight of Two Dragons.”]

  95. How It Ends. Worried about his pregnant fiancée amid a sudden cataclysm, a young lawyer embarks on a dangerous road trip west with his future father-in-law. [Watched this over the weekend. It’s a movie about an event (never really explained that destroys the west coast). Really good reflective piece.]

  96. San Francisco Apartment Rents Crater Up to 31%, Most in U.S. San Francisco’s sky-high apartment rents are falling fast. [This is just mind-boggling to me. I can not remember the occupancy rate in San Francisco being under 97-98% in all of the years I spent in California. Which means the vacancy rates and renters are being screwed even more in other parts of Northern California that are not the Bay Area - Sacramento, Davis, Fairfield, Vacaville, Vallejo, etc.]

  97. Operation Moonshot: What do the leaked documents say? Operation Moonshot is the name of the UK government’s newly proposed Covid-19 mass testing scheme. The plan, revealed by The BMJ ,1 involves an expansion of testing from the current hundreds of thousands of tests each day to 10 million a day by early 2021. £100 billion to be spent on a new “biosecurity centre” and proof-of-vaccine "digital passports.” Details in the British Medical Journal.

  98. Demand far outweighs supply. Gun shops across the country are still experiencing an ammunition shortage, and it is no different for some shops in eastern North Carolina. It has been seven months since the pandemic started, and owners say their shelves are still empty. [I received these images over the weekend from someone attempting to buy ammunition at a well-known large scale outdoor hunting/sporting/fishing emporium. These were taken at a location in Western Washington.]

  99. Ice Age Farmer: "Bio-Bots to Surveil Sewage, Monitor Your Diet & Drug Intake (for “COVID19 detection”…!). HHS is scaling up its “National Wastewater Surveillance System,” deploying BioBots to municipal sewers in the name of tracking COVID19 spread – but these agents are also able to monitor at a neighborhood dietary trends, drug/alcohol intake, and much more. We cannot allow a perfect surveillance society to be created – we must fight while we still have the opportunity. Please spread the word. Christian breaks it down on this Ice Age Farmer broadcast.”

  100. Is the frequency of our planet changing? So many electric changes are now manifesting visibly in Earth’s skies that from this point forward human and animal life will be affected electromagnetically. Red sprites now forming feet, intense red aurora deep into the crack in our magnet field, birds by the thousands smashing into buildings from Philadelphia to NYC. Mars suddenly has clouds, which s only possible if electrical changes are happening in its crust. Signs in the skies.

  101. LeoLabs, Inc.: “We are monitoring a very high risk conjunction between two large defunct objects in LEO. Multiple data points show miss distance <25m and Pc between 1% and 20%. Combined mass of both objects is ~2,800kg. Object 1: 19826 Object 2: 36123 TCA: Oct 16 00:56UTC Event altitude: 991km.”

  102. With the continued rise in COVID-19 cases in recent weeks has come an increasing need for convalescent plasma donations — which are provided by those who previously have had the virus but have recovered — that are then sent to area hospitals to assist new patients. In just the past month alone, the demand for the specialized plasma has increased by about 50%, according to Zach Warren, public relations specialist for Versiti, which operates blood collection centers in Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan and Indiana.

  103. Researchers At Large Hadron Collider Are Confident To Make Contact With Parallel Universe In Days. [Bloody hell. Who had large hadron collider at CERN smashing particles together to rip a hole in the fabric of reality straight through to a parallel universe for October on the 2020 Rona Bingo grid? I wanna go back to collecting baseball cards and fire flies… I just want to go back to posting cat memes and obscure Nick Cave lyrics. Since this is being released now, it implies that it has already occurred and it is part of the disclosure drip campaign. Look into Fringe and Counterpart - both are disclosure. 600 Trillion Alternative Realities.]

  104. DroneDeploy, a cloud software company that uses drone footage to help industries like agriculture, oil and gas and construction get a bird’s-eye view of a site to build a 3D picture, announced a new initiative today that combines drone photos with cameras on the ground or even ground robots from a company like Boston Dynamics for what it is calling a 360 Walkthrough. Up until today’s announcement, DroneDeploy could use drone footage from any drone to get a picture of what a site looked like outside, uploading those photos and stitching them together into a 3D model that is accurate within an inch, according to DroneDeploy CEO Mike Winn.

  105. U.S. policy puts the safe development of space at risk. In September 2020, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced that it is seeking proposals from private companies to extract small amounts of regolith from the surface of the Moon. “What we’re trying to do is make sure that there is a norm of behavior that says that resources can be extracted and that we’re doing it in a way that is in compliance with the Outer Space Treaty” (OST) (1). NASA’s move is part of a larger U.S. diplomatic effort. In April 2020, President Trump signed an executive order (EO) that affirmed a right of commercial space mining and directed the U.S. State Department to secure the expressed support of U.S. allies.

  106. The ECU-400 enables secure mesh networking opening a vast array of capabilities for the first time in space. The ECU-400 is currently under consideration by multiple U.S. Government prime contractors for upcoming and future NSS programs. Innoflight is also working on its next generation bulk encryptor named Kobold, based on the Cryptographic System-in-Package (CSiP). Kobold follows the footsteps of Innoflight’s popular KI-103 (a.k.a Gnome) bulk encryptor, which received Top Secret And Below (TSAB) certification in January 2019 and gained flight heritage in early 2019. Kobold will support much higher data rates applicable to both Telemetry, Tracking and Control (TT&C) and mission data links.

  107. Space Is Getting Crowded. Richard Branson Has a Billion Dollar Plan to Make It Busier. Richard Branson wants to create another $1 billion Virgin-branded space startup. [Who is this guy? Just an eccentric Billionaire who founded Virgin Air. (Yes, do in fact read into the name.) He’s a red that has strong ties to Epstein. Branson, one of the Island Billionaires. He used to have Robert De Niro’s daughter sell tickets to space for 300 Bitcoins a pop at Virgin Galaxy. No we’re Chinese allowed to buy tickets to ITAR. Since they don’t want Chinese Nationals near the Mojave base. Lady Gaga was supposed to do a concert (Half Time Show) in space on one of Branson’s rockets (Virgin Galactic) But it crashed in October 2014. “VSS Enterprise crash incident involving the VSS Enterprise.”]

  108. Playing doom on a literal potato build. How do you like it, Elon Musk? The blogger launched DOOM on a calculator charged by potatoes. The guy under the nickname onesmallserving shared a video on Reddit as he plays on a calculator in DOOM, charged by 200 potatoes. Why potatoes and where does electricity come from? The guy explains that every potato has phosphoric acid, and if you put something with zinc in the potatoes - such as a nail - it will “eat” this object. This chemical reaction also generates energy. And if you also cook potatoes, they will generate 10 times more electricity. The calculator was chosen because it does not require much energy to maintain its operation, and it is easy to run DOOM on it.

  109. Whistleblower drops hard evidence, Biden, Obama, Hillary executed Seal Team 6, Audio Proof. Anna Khait joins Gary Franchi to breakdown her bombshell tweet that is going viral across the web, “BREAKING: Allen Harrow Parrot (CIA whistleblower) tells Charles Woods (father of Tyrone Woods killed in Benghazi) that Obama and Biden sent Iran 152 billion dollars as a coverup for the deaths of Seal Team 6. Allen said that all of the proof will come out: documents and audio.” Anna Khait has heard the audio and it implicates top Obama officials. Heartbreaking story of Charles Woods (father of Tyrone Woods killed in Benghazi) and how he was lied to by the Obama administration after Benghazi at AMP Fest in Florida on October 11th, 2020. Charles received intel about what truly happened that terrible day.

  110. Armed forces around the world are expected to boost investment in directed energy weapons such as lasers and high-powered microwaves over the next decade as the technology matures, a new study forecasts. The U.S. military more than doubled its spending on this capability between fiscal years 2017 and 2019, from $535 million to $1.1 billion. Other nations, such as China and Russia, are also investing in these types of systems, said a recent report from market analysis firm GlobalData titled, “Directed Energy Weapons (Defense) — Thematic Research.” “Demand for directed energy weapons and investments is surging to billions [of dollars] every year,” said study author Nurettin Sevi, an aerospace, defense and security analyst at GlobalData. “Military forces are seeking to launch and deploy effective DE weapons at the earliest opportunity.”

  111. Modern Grand Solar Minimum (2020 - 2053) leads to cooling, important implications for entire planet. In a new study published recently in the journal Temperature, Prof. Valentina Zharkova demonstrates that the Sun has entered into the modern Grand Solar Minimum (2020 - 2053) that will lead to a significant reduction of the solar magnetic field and activity like during Maunder minimum leading to a noticeable reduction of terrestrial temperature. This can have important implications for different parts of the planet on growing vegetation, agriculture, food supplies, and heating needs in both the northern and southern hemispheres during the next 30 years. This global cooling during the upcoming grand solar minimum can offset for three decades any signs of global warming and would require inter-government efforts to tackle problems with heat and food supplies for the whole population of the Earth.

  112. Amazon gains FCC approval for Kuiper internet satellite constellation and commits $10 billion to the project. Amazon has received approval from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to launch and operate a planned constellation of 3,236 internet satellites. Kayhan Space, the Boulder, Colo. and Atlanta-based company launched from Techstars virtual space-focused accelerator, wants nothing more than to be the air traffic control service for satellites in space. Founded by two childhood friends, Araz Feyzi and Siamak Hesar, who grew up in Iran and immigrated to the U.S. for college, Kayhan is tackling one of the toughest problems that the space industry will confront in the coming years — how to manage the exponentially increasing traffic that will soon crowd outer space. There are currently around 8,000 satellites in orbit around the earth, but over the next several years, Amazon will launch 3,236 satellites for its Kuiper Network, while SpaceX filed paperwork last year to launch up to 30,000 satellites. That’s… a lot of metal flying around. And somebody needs to make sure that those satellites don’t crash into each other, because space junk has a whole other set of problems.

  113. The ECB is looking “very seriously” at the creation of a digital euro, president Christine Lagarde says. [Buy Bitcoin! Valuable because it is Unstoppable! Also, follow the money, what does a Digital Euro mean? Around the world people in power are making massive financial moves. Ask yourself, what information are they privy to? Digital anything means winning , especially for BITCOIN which you all need to BUY!!! “Twitter’s Jack Dorsey reveals how and why Square invested $50 million into a block of nearly 5,000 bitcoins.” Financial gurus make their money taking decisions based on information received. I’ve been telling you all to buy since 2010. Buy it now. You are here. By 2022 it’s going to be too late. We don’t take Gold Bars to Mars. Here is another thing guys and girls, you do not have to buy a full coin to own BITCOIN, you can buy portions of a coin up to the 8th decimal point, i.e. 1 Satoshi. Currently Bitcoin is $11,454 but the Value is completely irrelevant - it’s the amount of coin that you HAVE. Think long term people, like real long term. Think space as in outer space. Think Starlink satellites. Think about Mars and its currency in the future …(or current) depending on your level. Think about your generational legacy. I have a question re Bitcoin, how come BTC removed the OP_RETURN function, which allows data to be stored on the blockchain itself?]

  114. Air traffic: Busy day, this site won’t even load them all. Simón Bolívar: “There is a conga line of planes from Qatar and UAE heading towards Baghdad. Is this normal traffic levels? Seems like they are almost all staying well away from Iran too.” Look into it and help if you can. Playback for QTR3GC looks normal. Will do a deep dive now for flight n region. Current Region Snapshot -sector within blue. Same sector - deep dive irregularities. Deep dive 2 - irregularities. Other than that 537 flights in area seems standard for time of day. Will look again in 6 hours at this sector. End report. You know what this looks like? An Exodus. I see this as the rich are fleeing. Could be an evacuation order. To London. I’ll look closer at London. Qatrain Elites fleeing. Example. The Gulf Oil rich kids ship their Exotic cars to London in the early spring and stay in London Spring to Summer. 192 flights into London in last 3 hours is 25% above normal. Then ship the cars back Late September to October. This is a 180 of what I expect from a rich kid 18-35 from Qatar would do who clubs in London in the summer. Large planes going nowhere. This makes no fucking sense. Unless it’s a mass exodus. The numbers are worse if we go back 36 hours - over 539. So… war with Iran? Military are obligated to stay. War region could explain the flight path changes, but not the volume increase. Airspace over Iran 22 flights currently. Empty airspace over this region. Looks more likely than other. Fights to London Currently 209 inbound …Very high and odd pattern continuing. USA - 3am est - on the surface looks normal now lets zoom in to some areas. Strange flight pattern. Washington DC 3am est - empty - no domestic, no postal, no nothing. Vegas 3am est - no flights in air / no inbound. Odd. LA 3am est - a few flight up, 6 with NA. San Diego 3am Est 4 - odd ones and rest normal. NYC - 2 flights in air, rest on ground -no inbound 3am est. Again, all global activity currently heading to the UK…. Connect the dots. End report.

  115. The plan was not insane. We bomb the moon on a regular basis since the 50s. Extra credit. Wanderers - a short film by Erik Wernquist [Official Version] voice over by Carl Sagan. ALL YOU HAVE READ AND POSTED ABOVE IS THE WHITE WORLD’S PORTRAYAL OF CARL SAGAN. I’M GOING TO TELL YOU THE TRUTH REGARDING CARL SAGAN AND THE MOON. IT WILL MAKE YOU QUESTION EVERYTHING. “China’s Chang’e-4 detects hazardous radiation levels on the Moon. Space radiation on the moon is two to three times higher than that on the International Space Station (ISS). This could be one of the biggest dangers for future moon explorers, the Chinese moon probe discovered.” Connect the dots. What did the German-Chinese probe discover? “The radiation levels we measured on the Moon are about 200 times higher than on the surface of the Earth and five to 10 times higher than on a flight from New York to Frankfurt,” added Wimmer-Schweingruber from The Christian-Albrechts University in Kiel, Germany. What causes radiation levels? This is one of the biggest secrets happening right before your eyes. What does this mean? Connect the dots. Mining radioactive material of sort? Ok how are they Mining? what are they using to Mine? ONCE AGAIN, WE’VE BEEN BOMBING AND MINING ON THE MOON SINCE THE 1950’S WANT TO BE A PART OF THIS WORLD? THEN KEEP LEARNING SKILLS, FOCUS ON SKILLS. AVOID POLITICS. AVOID RABBIT HOLES. Those objects have to be miles long. Depends. Those are Frigates in the video, but we also have Destroyers, Fighters, Carriers, Repair Ships and Cruisers up there. This is from 1999. Is this from the guy who hacked NASA? Bottom part, yes. Top, no. I see. Top one I explained when we covered Hillenkoetter. Share, all out in the open. Read that the moon is a satellite for Saturn/Chronos. That it is the reason we experience time. So, destroy the moon, effectively ends the broadcast from Saturn… and no more time. In the applied sciences, it’s simply a moon, worth mining. One of many moons and planets that are mined. Info in the open about the hacker. Gary McKinnon. MicksElplix: “There is a soft disclosure of the pre-existing Solar Warden program being leaked as Donald Trump’s Space Force. The Solar Warden program was exposed by Scottish systems administrator Gary McKinnon in 2002.” Paul Sanchez: “In my research and the hacking information from Gary McKinnon have pointed to the realization that the “Solar Warden” project started in the 80’s is real. The mainstream is just catching up to programs that have been going on for decades.” Twitter of course covers up the truth. "When Gary McKinnon hacked into U.S. Space Command computers several years ago and learned of the existence of “non-terrestrial officers” and “fleet-to-fleet transfers” and a secret program called “Solar Warden”, he was charged by the Bush Justice Department with having committed “the biggest military computer hack of all time”, and stood to face prison time of up to 70 years after extradition from UK. But trying earnest McKinnon in open court would involve his testifying to the above classified facts, and his attorney would be able to subpoena government officers to testify under oath about the Navy’s Space Fleet.” “Theresa May statement on Gary McKinnon extradition. Statement by Home Secretary Theresa May on extradition made on 16 October 2012.” WTF is Solar Warden? It’s our Space Fleet. Pics. Not doing the homework, I see. “Gary McKinnon: Timeline. A timeline of events following the decision of the Crown Prosecution Service not to file charges against computer hacker Gary McKinnon, who successfully fought an attempt to extradite him to the US.” Info it’s in the open. UK had an extradition treaty with the US and didn’t honor it to protect Gary McKinnon that even the PM herself got involved. All files accessed are in custody of MI6 and UKSA. See how the UK participation in the Space Race has improved since the 2002. McKinnon did the UK a favor. What’s so significant about this? Defense against strategic nuke missiles? Not a Rabbit Hole, just an explanation how the nations interact with Intel. Info is in the open for everyone to see, even reported by major news outlets and on gov records, still there is a big disinformation campaign to label it as conspiracy. Space Ship with 300 personnel capacity. If you are not going to do the Wizard of the Day don’t ask why you are being left behind. Social Media and access to information in the last 10 years provoked the rise of Citizens Journalism. Before a reporter had to file a FOIA or get an insider on the record. Present day with government transparency laws, all cases, laws and databases are for everyone to see and connect the dots. Anything this sensitive would not be subject to FOIP. Tons of exclusions. And yet we still publish it. Dig in. Search “Solar Warden” for the unbelievers. Pretty sure tons of it isn’t published. Like I said I’m not here to do the "I told you so” routine. What good makes having a walking encyclopedia of rabbit holes with no skills, by the time all gets disclosed it will be an unending “I told you so”, good you were right, but do you know how to maintain solar panels? No? … NEXT!!! There are bigger things to worry about and I’m sticking to the Lesson Plan and getting my people ready. And thank you for that! Appreciate it so much Aries! Yes, thank you for everything. I for one am beyond thankful for this group. I cannot say i fully understand everything discussed, but I do understand that it is being taught for a reason. I also understand the phrase…how do you eat an elephant…one bite at a time. Eat it all at once and you will literally explode. Do the homework. Learn skills. One bite at a time. If you wait until you have to learn it all at once…you’re going to explode. Solomon syndrome. Brain melt. One bite…study the wizards. One bite…learn a skill. One bite…learn another one. Etc. +100. Funny how Twitter has this marked as a spam/phishing site. Clandestine backhanded censorship. So hot right now.