Guess I have to go to the beach and get a tan now... 🤷‍♀️


⤺ reposted by @angel_not from Interesting 🧐 video sent in from Portland


Go outside to get some sun exposure

Dun dun dunnnnnnnnnn

Guess I have to go to the beach and get a tan now… :woman_shrugging:

At the time, I saw all this paranoid prepping as misplaced guilt over what these fellows knew they were doing to the world. It seemed to me that they were in a trap, building heinously extractive companies in order to earn enough money to insulate themselves from the reality they were creating by earning money in that way. Instead of figuring out how to get away from the rest of us, I told them, they might want to focus on making the world a place from which they wouldn’t have to retreat.

https://onezero.medium.com/the-privileged-have-entered-their-escape-pods-4706b4893af7

#Homework :arrow_up:

Karen’s in San Francisco are pissed

Protesters have gathered in front of Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home and are stringing up curlers and blow dryers on a tree after a video surfaced .

You each create your own Merit!!!

Meanwhile in Manhattan

Seriously Fuck Facebook :arrow_down::arrow_down::arrow_down:

“we designated the shooting as a mass murder”

“blocked searches of his name on our platforms”

Don’t worry about judging the evidence yourself.

We’ve already judged the evidence for you, and declared it a mass murder.

You’re welcome.

Melbourne, Australia. Another man is arrested by Victoria police detectives for supporting a protest against the COVID lockdown on Facebook. After the man argues with the police from his balcony, police break open his front door and forcibly detain him, seizing his phone.

Smh :woman_facepalming:t4:

Computer keep Aries :aries: safe

Keep Aries Safe

Australia :australia: has made a unite for Australia group to describe what’s happening down under

Censorship Everywhere

From Facebook / Spotify / Google

To

Australia :australia:

Unstoppability is coming

Remember Wizard Swartz

I was in this Telegram group but left this morning as I’m in Australia and it just doesn’t feel the same here anymore and I think maybe it’s best to keep my head down and prep?

That is up to you

You decide the path/timeline

This requires so much self mastery, faith and strength!

Meanwhile in China :cn: 同时在中国

Truth!!!
On escape velocity.
Will not end anytime soon.
Has little to nothing to do with politics.
Has to do with much deeper problems in the institutions

Theil was right.

No election outcome will likely fix it either.

Something vastly more drastic needed to stop its exponential growth, if it’s possible at all.

He’s correct on the shipment of weapons coming into the states. For the Far Left

NEVER FORGET: A dead cat was sent a voter registration form last month

India authorises sale of electric vehicles without batteries
Article,

I wonder if battery theft will now become a thing.


⤻ reposted @AzazelNews to India authorises sale of electric vehicles without batteries


Omg too good!! Broke into laughter!

:argentina: Argentina reported 12,026 new COVID-19 cases and 243 deaths on Thursday, raising the country’s total to 451,198 cases (1,324,687 tests) with 9,361 deaths. That’s 9,967 cases and 207 deaths observed per 1 million people.

This is the highest number of new COVID-19 cases reported in 24 hours for Argentina since the beginning of the outbreak. The previous record was set on August 28 with 11,717 cases.

Taiwan shot down chinese jet in SCS

Meme War III
about to heat up

https://archive.is/sAGNj

Damn!!!

The CDC has failed: Ex-health officials urge states to abandon agency
Article,

SpaceX touts 100 Mbps download speeds and “space lasers” for Starlink internet

:airplane: #Air_crashes
:cn::taiwan: According to jewishpress reports and numerous Indian tweets, Taiwan’s Patriot air defense shot down today by Chinese Su-35S fighter (according to other sources, J-10) in Guangxi province, 6 km north-west of Guilin Qifenglin air base; pilot ejected

According to Russian avia.pro, PLA Air Force fighter flew next to American warships in Taiwan area, which used electronic warfare against it, due to which aircraft’s global positioning systems were violated, and Chinese pilot invaded PRC airspace for 28 seconds

Taiwanese Ministry of Defense published official denial, which disappeared from government website minutes after publication. The site itself also unavailable at the moment
Nicola Smith, Asia correspondent for The Telegraph, copied a message from the Taiwan Ministry of Defense on Twitter

There is no official statement from China

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According to avia.pro, “the pilot managed to return the fighter to the airspace of the PRC, when the plane was already in critical condition and eject, and the pilot himself was seriously injured.”
How the fighter “in critical condition” flew 1100 km, experts from
avia.pro
don’t explain
It is reported that anti-aircraft guided missile exploded at some distance from the Su-35

“According to media reports, US air defense systems located on one of the warships off the coast of Taiwan could have opened fire on the Chinese fighter,” writes avia.pro, as usual, in the classic spirit of the Russian press, without any references to media

:airplane: #Air_crashes
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По данным avia.pro “пилоту удалось вернуть истребитель в воздушное пространство КНР, когда самолёт уже находился в критическом состоянии и произвести катапультирование, при этом, сам лётчик получил серьёзные травмы”.
Каким образом истребитель “в критическом состоянии” пролетел 1100 км, специалисты из
avia.pro
не поясняют
Сообщается, что что зенитная управляемая ракета взорвалась на некотором удалении от Су-35

“По данным СМИ, огонь по китайскому истребителю могли открыть американские средства противовоздушной обороны, расположенные на одном из боевых кораблей вблизи побережья Тайваня”, - пишет avia.pro, как обычно, в классическом духе русской прессы, не давая никаких ссылок на СМИ

Good morning

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:exclamation:And now strictly on the facts

  1. Indian Twitter has been hacked
  2. After that there were massive reports of e downed Chinese fighter of Russian production
  3. The Ministry of Defense of Taiwan has published an official denial
  4. Taiwan’s Defense Ministry denial disappeared a few minutes after publication
  5. Taiwan government website is no longer available either
  6. Russian professional aviation publication claims, with reference to uninvited foreign media outlets, that the Chinese fighter was shot down by the US military from one of the warships off the coast of Taiwan.

And that’s all you need to know about how the famous Kremlin propaganda works Lol

How the hell did the downed fighter fly 1100 km ???

The 94% statistic was put out there to provide a spin and make it look like these people were going to die anyways so we should care less about their deaths.

Recap 9/3/2020

  1. Debris from stellar explosion not slowed after 400 years. Material blasting away from the site of an exploded star has been recorded traveling at speeds faster than 20 million miles per hour — about 25,000 times faster than the speed of sound on Earth.

  2. Documents reveal that NASA and FEMA are preparing for a Sept 20 Asteroid impact in California, off coast. The question we must now ask is: will the drill go live? Actual asteroid to make its close approach to Earth on Sept 20.

  3. With latest Starlink launch, SpaceX touts 100 Mbps download speeds and “space lasers.” It doesn’t quite live up to the promised gigabit speeds, though.

  4. Vitamin D - They’ve known the secret to fighting pandemics for over 100 years - fresh air and sunshine (Vitamin D). They even built hospitals with huge balconies large enough to put hospital beds outside and put people’s beds out in the sun. Studies are showing that that those low in Vitamin D are most likely to die from COVID / bacterial infections they develop from a weakened immune system. Science also tells us that the darker someone’s skin is the longer it takes for them to make Vitamin D from the sun (as much as 10 times longer). This fits in with the observation that in many countries people with dark skin are dying in much greater numbers. Also since Vitamin D is fat soluble, overweight individuals, as a group, have lower plasma concentrations of 25-hydroxyvitamin D. And you also need cholesterol to make Vitamin D from the sun - so just what happened to millions of people on cholesterol lowering drugs? They talk about a second wave. That second wave is most likely to come in winter when there is less sun.

  5. Holodomor 2.0: man made famine and election chaos. The same forces instigating social unrest and elections chaos are engineering a man-made famine and attempting to take over food production, exactly as happened in the Soviet takeover of Ukraine, by spreading fraudulent COVID-19 tests to farmworkers and meat plants.

  6. Chinese hackers target emails with WHO and Australian Medical Association campaigns. Suspected state-sponsored hackers are using fake COVID-19 global campaigns to gather intelligence covertly, a leading security firm says.

  7. Japan coastguard rescues one person in search for missing NZ livestock ship. The rescued Filipino crew member said the ship’s engine failed before it was hit by a wave and capsized.

  8. Taiwan’s Patriot air defense was shot down today by a Chinese Su-35S fighter (according to other sources, J-10) in Guangxi province, 6 km north-west of Guilin Qifenglin air base. The pilot ejected.

  9. A PLA Air Force fighter flew next to American warships in the Taiwan area, Electronic warfare was used against it, due to which aircraft’s global positioning systems were violated, and the Chinese pilot invaded PRC airspace for 28 seconds. The Taiwanese Ministry of Defense published an official denial, which disappeared from the government website minutes after publication. The site itself is also unavailable at the moment. Nicola Smith, Asia correspondent for The Telegraph, copied a message from the Taiwan Ministry of Defense on Twitter. There is no official statement from China. “The pilot managed to return the fighter to the airspace of the PRC, when the plane was already in critical condition and eject, and the pilot himself was seriously injured." How the fighter, "in critical condition,” flew 1100 km, experts haven’t explained. Anti-aircraft guided missile exploded at some distance from the Su-35. "According to media reports, US air defense systems located on one of the warships off the coast of Taiwan could have opened fire on the Chinese fighter,” says Avia Pro, but no references were given.

  10. Indian Twitter has been hacked. After this, there were massive reports of a downed Chinese fighter that had been produced by Russia. The Ministry of Defense of Taiwan has published an official denial. Taiwan’s Defense Ministry denial disappeared a few minutes after publication. Taiwan’s government website is no longer available either. Russian professional aviation publication claims, with reference to uninvited foreign media outlets, that the Chinese fighter was shot down by the US military from one of the warships off the coast of Taiwan.

  11. India authorizes sale of electric vehicles without batteries. Batteries comprise 30-40% of the upfront cost. To push electric mobility, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highway (MORTH) of India, announced that all the states and union territories (UTs) have now been allowed the registration and sale of electric vehicles (EVs) without pre-fitted batteries. The move is likely to provide the necessary boost for the wider adoption of EVs across the country. Practically, the government is striving to create an ecosystem to accelerate the uptake of electric mobility in the country. This will not only protect the environment and reduce the oil imports but also provide opportunities to the sunrise industry.

  12. In Beirut, Lebanon, a Chilean rescue team said it detected signs of life underneath the rubble of a building that collapsed in the massive explosion that tore through Beirut one month ago.

  13. Army units clearing rubble in the port of Beirut found a container with sacks of ammonium nitrate, weighing about 4 tons, on the outskirts of the port. Saltpeter is analogous to the one that was in hangar 12 and exploded at Beirut port on August 4. Customs did not even know about the existence of this container.

  14. Anti-government protests continued on Wednesday night in the Bulgarian capital Sofia. Earlier, protesters tried to break a police cordon set up around parliament. Several people were injured in the clashes with the police. There were many arrests.

  15. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg: “Germany announced Alexey Navalny was victim of a Novichok attack. I utterly condemn the use of a military-grade nerve agent, which makes it even more urgent that Russia conducts full & transparent investigation. We’ll consult with Germany & all NATO Allies on the implications.” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will convene a meeting of NATO permanent representatives to discuss the situation.

  16. Pregnant woman arrested in Ballarat for creating anti-lockdown protest event on Facebook. Zoe Buhler the fourth person charged with incitement in Victoria in recent days as police take hardline approach to ‘Freedom Day’ protests.

  17. Another man is arrested by Victoria police detectives for supporting a protest against the COVID lockdown on Facebook. After the man argues with the police from his balcony, police break open his front door and forcibly detain him, seizing his phone.

  18. Australia has made a unite for Australia Telegram group to describe what’s happening down under called Millions Rise For Australia: “A channel for everyone escaping the tyranny of Facebook censorship, a place for people to unite, share the link with your friends.”

  19. US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo: “The people of Belarus deserve the right to choose their own leaders through a truly free and fair election under independent observation. We demand an immediate end to violence against them and the release of all who are unjustly detained, including U.S. citizen Vitali Shkliarov.”

  20. The CDC has failed: Ex-health officials urge states to abandon agency. In the void of “sensible guidance from the CDC,” states and leaders need to act.

  21. Trump orders Barr to designate and defund ‘anarchist jurisdictions.’ In a surreal five-page memo warning of “anarchy” taking over American cities, the president singles out Democratic-run jurisdictions that he says treat police unfairly.

  22. Justice Department plans to file antitrust charges against Google in coming weeks. The attorney general is said to have set a deadline over the objections of career lawyers who say they need more time to build the case.

  23. AI’s data hunger will drive intelligence collection. The Pentagon’s new Chief Data Officer says real-world surveillance missions must be redesigned to capture high-quality data to train machine-learning algorithms.

  24. A molecular approach to quantum computing leads to fewer errors. New research demonstrates how the use of molecules in quantum computing leads to fewer errors. The technology behind the quantum computers of the future is fast developing, with several different approaches in progress.

  25. Physicists create city-sized ultra-secure quantum network. Capable of connecting eight or more users across distances of 17 kilometers, the demonstration is another milestone toward developing a fully quantum Internet.

  26. Marijuana decriminalization vote expected in House. The House will likely vote on a historic marijuana decriminalization bill this month, House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn said.

  27. Larry Ellison has abruptly shut down the foundation he spent years setting up. The Oracle billionaire has made a drastic decision yet again so he can focus on combating Covid-19.

  28. How Spotify’s rollout of Joe Rogan’s podcast created a $4.8B headache. Spotify shares dropped 8.8%, shaving as much as $4.81 billion off of its value, following a report that Joe Rogan’s back catalog debuted on the platform Tuesday without episodes by right-wing personalities.

  29. Facebook is removing posts ‘in support of’ Kyle Rittenhouse. Brian Fishman: “Yesterday we designated the shooting as a mass murder and removed the shooter’s accounts from Facebook and Instagram. Per standard practice in these situations, we are also removing praise and support of the shooter and have also blocked searches of his name on our platforms.” Facebook bans links to fundraiser for Kyle Rittenhouse but allows legal defense funds for others — including convicted murderers, accused murderers and rioters. Is he being singled out?

  30. Michael Reinoehl is under investigation in the Portland, Oregon, shooting death of Aaron Danielson, who is being called Jay or Jay Bishop by some. Andy Ngo: “Portland Antifa shooter Michael Reinoehl has been killed by law enforcement. Details to come.”

  31. Alan Bings: “The fabled Antifa HQ of Portland has been located. The war encampment that houses the Portland protests and all of its demonic secrets are now laid bare to the world. The city is housing them and they have more toilets than The Chaz.”

  32. San Francisco: Officers state that protesters are currently painting on the ground in front of Mission Station.

  33. Slew of paintball shootings in LA has police concerned. The shooters are recording themselves and then uploading the videos to social media, police said.

  34. One man’s plea to his city council: rename boneless wings. “Nothing about boneless chicken wings actually comes from the wing of a chicken,” he told the Lincoln, Neb., council. “We’ve been living a lie for far too long.”

https://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/robotics-software/autonomous-robots-could-mine-the-deep-seafloor

:fire::uk: Around 50 firefighters are battling a large fire in Hoo near Rochester
At about 5 am, two powerful explosions thundered at a chemical warehouse in Hoo Marina, after which a huge fire broke out in an industrial building near Rochester in Kent
The electricity pylons melting in the heat before the power went out
More than 200 people were evacuated

:fire::uk: Около 5 утра на химическом складе в Ху Марины прогремело два мощнейших взрыва, после чего огромный пожар разразился в промышленном здании недалеко от Рочестера в графстве Кент
Электрические опоры поплавились от жары, после чего отключилось электричество.
Более 200 человек эвакуировано
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:fire::uk: The official version of the fire - explosion of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders in a building used to store animal welfare equipment

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:fire::uk: Официальная версия пожара - взорвались баллоны со сжиженным газом (LPG) в здании, где хранилось оборудования для защиты животных
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