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Meanwhile somewhere in LA

Author of “How Innovation Works”

Night :sleeping::dizzy_face:

#BELARUS
:belarus: Multi-part detective of Belarusian special services in style of 90s continues…
:heavy_check_mark:Yesterday several Tg-channels reported on abduction of members of coordination council Maria Kolesnikova, Anton Rodnenkov and Ivan Kravtsov
Unknown pushed Kolesnikova into minibus in the center of Minsk and taken away
:heavy_check_mark:This morning a completely wild message appeared that all three decided to flee to Ukraine and tried to break through the border in style of Hollywood action:
“Fugitives went through border and customs control, but when inspecting the car, lost their nerves. Rushing sharply towards Ukraine, they almost knocked down the border guard. At the same time, they threw Kolesnikova out of the car. Rodnenkov and Kravtsov were able to escape, and Kolesnikova was detained right at the border. Now Belarusian and Ukrainian border guards looking for fugitives,” reports state channel ATN_NEWS
:heavy_check_mark:According to Interfax, all three were taken to the border from pre-trial detention center by Belarusian special services

Judging by the cars of Russia Today TV channel discovered in Minsk yesterday, not only the Kremlin’s First Channel worked on the story of the border breaking… Lol

Forest fires now also in the Pacific Northwest, the Greater Seattle Area has unhealthy air quality on par with Sacramento, CA.

:belarus: #BELARUS
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Kolesnikov could not be expelled abroad, because when she tried to forcibly take her out of Belarus, she tore up her passport, - Interfax-Ukraine reported

“When attempting to deport her, she tore her passport and could not be allowed to enter the territory of Ukraine by border guards,” said an interlocutor of the Interfax-Ukraine agency.

:belarus: #БЕЛАРУСЬ
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Колесникову не удалось выдворить за границу, т.к. при попытке ее насильственного вывоза с территории Беларуси она порвала свой паспорт, - сообщил Интерфакс-Украина

E-tickets have stopped working in the Kyiv metro, Ukraine

Long queues appeared in the subway. Loudspeakers are asked to travel on another vehicle.

It is said that at some stations people were allowed to enter for free.

У київському метро перестав працювати е-квиток

В підземку з’явилися довжелезні черги. З гучномовців просять їхати на іншому транспорті.

Кажуть, що на деяких станціях людей пропускали безкоштовно.

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Sad, but not Actionable Intelligence

Keep Doomsday for things affecting us immediately

Morning

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Large increase in wales where at their peak they had under 2000 deaths. Big ole increases all over uk. Something like 6000 cases in first few days since pubs , gyms and schools have opened.


so my town has had a steep increase in cases and is now in lock down

DARPA: The Pentagon’s mad scientists at work

Chinese rocket booster appears to crash near school during Gaofen 11 satellite launch

Record cold temperatures and a rare September snow arrive this week


Recap 9/7/2020

  1. Two asteroids fly by Earth in two days. NASA constantly monitors pieces of space rock classed as 'Near-Earth Objects.”

  2. NASA is reaching out to university students to help solve the problem of lunar dust as the agency plans for sustainable human exploration of the Moon under the Artemis program.

  3. An explosion believed to have been caused by subterranean gases has opened up a massive hole in the ground in Russia’s Arctic. It was reportedly discovered by Russian scientists in July.

  4. History tells us epidemics are followed by huge civil unrest. Researchers reviewed evidence on protests and unrest around the time of 57 epidemics between the Black Death in the 1300s and the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918. Academics have warned that the level of social unrest around the world may spike once the COVID-19 pandemic is over, for three reasons. “To different degrees, most of the great epidemics of the past appear to have been incubators of social unrest,” Massimo Morelli, professor of political science at Bocconi University, and Roberto Censolo, associate professor in the department of economics and management at Italy’s University of Ferrara, wrote in the journal Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. The pair reviewed evidence on protests and unrest around the time of 57 epidemics between the Black Death in the 1300s and the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, finding only four occasions where revolts were not clearly connected with the respective outbreaks.

  5. Chinese rocket booster appears to crash near school during Gaofen 11 satellite launch. China is expanding its constellation of Earth observation satellites.

  6. Telegram Hong Kong Opposition channels have gone silent.

  7. Gordon Chang warns China 'configuring its military to kill Americans.’ The United States is enriching “a hostile regime” that is “configuring its military to kill Americans,” China analyst Gordon Chang said Monday.

  8. China bans Scratch, MIT’s programming language for kids. China’s enthusiasm for teaching children to code is facing a new roadblock as organizations and students lose an essential tool: the Scratch programming language developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.

  9. Massive explosion at an electronics factory Dingxin in Kunshan, Jiangsu Province.

  10. Worst floods on record cost China $29B. 751 Chinese rivers passed ‘warning levels’, affecting 70M people, says Emergency Management Ministry.

  11. With rising population and declining arable land, China may be staring at a major food crisis. Since 1949, China lost one fifth of its arable land to urbanization and industrialization and currently only about 10 to 15 per cent of the land is left good for agriculture (compared to 50 percent in India).

  12. Less than a week after the active stuffing about the Chinese fighter that was "shot down from one of US warships off the coast of Taiwan,” Russian Avia Pro finds yet another reason to immediately start a war with NATO. This time, French military reconnaissance ship Dupuy de Lome allegedly "attacked Russian S-400s in Crimea by jamming at certain frequencies.” "About a day ago, the French military reconnaissance ship Dupuy de Lome passed the Bosphorus and rushed into the central part of the Black Sea. Despite the lack of weapons in this ship, it has powerful radio transmitting equipment, which allows “hacking” enemy’s radars for subsequent jamming and establishing the vulnerabilities of enemy air defense systems. Analysts have suggested that another provocation from US is being prepared - American bombers may try to force the Russian military to activate the S-400, which will lead to the fact that secret data on the operation of radars will be at the disposal of NATO.” Meanwhile, Russia itself sells S-400s to NATO countries. The point is not who has the S-400. They are going to hang the blame on the first shot fired by the S-400 upon the US and French planes and ships - on US and French military. That’s what they will say that if S-400 accidentally fires, it’s because they (Russians) were "hacked.” This is a general NATO exercise. Therefore, the “extreme” (guilty) still will be blamed on the Americans.

  13. Why North Korea may be on the brink of another deadly ‘Arduous March’ famine. Economically stunted, battered by natural disasters and lacking foreign aid, today’s North Korea looks a lot like the North Korea of the mid-1990s — a time of famine known as the “Arduous March.”

  14. The companies that help people vanish. Each year, some choose to ‘disappear’ and abandon their lives, jobs, homes and families. In Japan, there are companies that can help those looking to escape into thin air.

  15. Explosion: Over 40 shops burnt down As trailer and tanker collide in Niger.

  16. Disgruntled Australians, fed up with the lies pouring down from News Corp’s TV channels, dumped a pile of dung in front of its headquarters. What they carry from the screens is what they receive with delivery.

  17. Two Australian journalists were rushed out of Communist China in an effort to prevent their arrests and persecution, the media stated. After Communist China’s police threatened them with questioning, both received a diplomatic protection. After negotiations between Australia and Chinese officials in Beijing, they were interviewed by China’s Ministry of State Security. Both journalists were then allowed to board flights to Australia. It is extremely rare that journalists decide to ask a state for protection. The majority of the reporters are avoiding such a situation as it portrays them being dependent on politicians whom they should observe and investigate standing on the side of the voters. For this reason, it is inappropriate to be a friend of any politician, or have a dinner or other private meeting. With one such incident a journalist loses his or her right to call themselves independent. Therefore, in the past, many journalists have risked their lives avoiding any help from the governments.

  18. Tesla is launching phase three of its massive virtual power plant in South Australia and has confirmed that soon almost 4,000 homes with Powerwalls and solar will be connected to the system.

  19. Crude bomb explosion in Kolkata: Forensic team collects samples from site of blast; one held. The owner of a house, where crude bombs exploded killing two persons and injuring one, in West Bengal’s North 24 Parganas district, has been arrested.

  20. Illegal gas connections raise explosion fear in India. Tens of thousands of illegal gas connections dot the country’s gas distribution network leaving thousands of spots highly vulnerable to gas leakage and therefore to explosions.

  21. Air conditioners are not made to explode. Yet, on Feb 10, 2020, three people were injured in an air conditioner explosion in Old Dhalka’s Islampur area. April 29 saw three people receiving burn injuries from an incident in a barbershop in Paltan. Earlier on August 5, 2019, four of a family from the city’s Kathalbagan area sustained burn injuries as their home AC unit reportedly exploded. Meanwhile, death toll from Friday’s explosion at a Narayanganj mosque reached 24 as of yesterday. There was a load-shedding in the area and it is suspected that air conditioners exploded on the ground floor of the mosque as soon as electricity returned. Fire officials now suspect accumulated gas from a leaked pipe line that runs beneath the mosque caused a fire that might have triggered the explosion. What is going on? Investigations are under way. ACs rarely just explode. But they can overheat and catch on fire. That fire could lead to an explosion of the pressurized gas.

  22. India has surpassed Brazil as the country with the second-highest number of confirmed Covid-19 cases after reporting a fresh daily high of 90,802 new infections on Monday.

  23. A 5.00 magnitude earthquake has occurred near Falkland Islands region.

  24. New Intelligence: The Venezuelan Navy’s secret submarine. The Italian designed submarine is closely related to one recently tested by the U. S. Navy SEALs.

  25. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrived in Damascus. This is his first visit to Syria since 2012. Moscow said it would support Damascus in the face of tougher U.S. sanctions, which penalize foreign firms dealing with Syrian government entities. This means that for Russians another price increase will begin again - but Putin is ready to do anything for the sake of “friend Assad” and preservation of "regional influence.”

  26. Alexei Navalny was taken out of coma, German clinic Charite reported. “The patient’s artificial coma, maintained by medication, was ended. The patient is gradually weaned from mechanical ventilation. He reacts to being spoken to. Long-term consequences of severe poisoning cannot be ruled out.”

  27. Belarus opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova ‘snatched from street’ in Minsk. Kolesnikova on council calling for a peaceful transfer of power amid post-election protests. A multi-part detective story of Belarusian special services in the style of the 90s continues… Yesterday several Telegram channels reported on the abduction of members of coordination council Maria Kolesnikova, Anton Rodnenkov, and Ivan Kravtsov. An unknown pushed Kolesnikova into a minibus in the center of Minsk and took her away. This morning, a completely wild message appeared that all three decided to flee to Ukraine and tried to break through the border in style of Hollywood action: “Fugitives went through border and customs control, but when inspecting the car, lost their nerves. Rushing sharply towards Ukraine, they almost knocked down the border guard. At the same time, they threw Kolesnikova out of the car. Rodnenkov and Kravtsov were able to escape, and Kolesnikova was detained right at the border. Now Belarusian and Ukrainian border guards looking for fugitives,” reports state channel ATN News. According to Interfax, all three were taken to the border from pre-trial detention center by Belarusian special services. Judging by the cars of Russia Today TV channel discovered in Minsk yesterday, not only the Kremlin’s First Channel worked on the story of the border breaking. “Kolesnikov could not be expelled abroad, because when she tried to forcibly take her out of Belarus, she tore up her passport,” Interfax-Ukraine reported. “When attempting to deport her, she tore her passport and could not be allowed to enter the territory of Ukraine by border guards,” said a spokesperson of the Interfax-Ukraine agency.

  28. E-tickets have stopped working in the Kyiv metro in Ukraine. Long queues appeared in the subway. Loudspeakers are asked to travel on another vehicle. It is said that at some stations people were allowed to enter for free.

  29. A bear made his way into a Turkish military base and climbed up to the top of a tower.

  30. Incredible statistical analysis of proton density data from the SOHO observatory sitting 1.5M km toward the sun giving 1 day leading indicator of large earthquakes. Theory is that solar wind creates large ground currents that push faults over the edge. Thousands of crawlers, roaches, crickets, and ants came out of the ground from everywhere.

  31. US closer to developing small nuclear reactors that sustain life on the moon and Mars. “The goal is to have a reactor, flight system and lander ready to go by the end of 2026.” USA seeks Moon and Mars nuke power plant designs ready to fly in 2027. Wants 10kw delivering 120V DC because solar cells have limitations and we can’t schlep fuel up there.

  32. The presence of sea mines and fast proliferation among hostile countries continues to push the U.S. navy’s ongoing effort to craft modern mine warfare plans and engineer drones able to find and detonate them before they can hit manned vessels. Part of this Navy effort includes the acquisition of drone-towed sonar technologies intended to hang beneath mine-sweeping Unmanned Surface Vessels often operating in groups. The Navy recently awarded a deal for future AN/AQS-20 surface-towed sonar systems to support the service’s growing family of USVs. The awards went to Advanced Acoustics Concepts, Arete Associates, Northrop Grumman and Peraton.

  33. U.S. Air Force: “Airman 1st Class Nicholas Henry shares his experience as a propulsion mechanic for the F-15 Eagles in the 142nd Wing at Portland Air National Guard Base. Aircraft maintainers play a vital role in mission capability & readiness.”

  34. Authorities raided an illegal bar in Brooklyn over the weekend and found nearly 300 people inside.

  35. People in Smyrna, Georgia, report their homes shaking following huge explosion(s). Incident appears to be at a power plant—fire is ongoing and first responders are now battling the blaze. Over 5,000 homes report power issues—power plant is suspect for explosion(s). Bystanders say the first of the four explosions shook their house “to the point we could not stand up.” McDonough Power Plant is a Natural Gas Plant that provides energy at a high rate to Metro Atlanta.Georgia Power: “We have confirmed that there is a transformer fire contained within the switchyard at Plant McDonough tonight – there is no fire inside the plant structure itself. There are no known injuries & fire dept. is onsite.”

  36. Secretary Brouillette authorizes federal intervention during CA grid reliability emergency. Jonathan McCall: “Smoke, coronavirus, fires, earthquakes, record-breaking heat, and possible blackouts.” California blackouts could hit up to 3 million as grid managers declare emergency. It would be one of the largest blackouts in California history, if not the largest.

  37. Deep underground forces explain quakes on San Andreas Fault. Rock-melting forces occurring much deeper in the Earth than previously understood appear to drive tremors along a notorious segment of California’s San Andreas Fault.

  38. Can animals predict earthquakes? The earliest reference we have to unusual animal behavior prior to a significant earthquake is from Greece in 373 BC. Rats, weasels, snakes, and centipedes reportedly left their homes and headed for safety several days before a destructive earthquake.

  39. El Dorado Fire near Yucaipa sparked by pyrotechnic device at gender reveal party. The El Dorado Fire has grown to 9,671 acres as of Monday morning and containment is listed at 7%.

  40. A rescue operation to airlift 50 people trapped by the Creek Fire at Lake Edison and China Peak in Fresno County was unsuccessful.

  41. In Colorado: “It’s apocalyptic out here today. I don’t think I’ve ever be so excited and grateful for the wild fall temperature swings in Colorado. Hoping for tonight’s storm to be a good one. We don’t live anywhere near the fires and it’s raining ash and is so smokey it hurts to be outside.”

  42. The same unusual weather patterns in Mexico and Australia are showing up in Texas. Record cold temperatures and a rare September snow arrive this week.

  43. Elderly man tries to swat housefly, causes explosion. An attempt at swatting a housefly led to an explosion in an elderly Frenchman’s home.

  44. Why do solar farms kill birds? Call in the AI bird watcher. Solar facilities kill tens of thousands of birds every year, and no one is quite sure why. An artificial-intelligence-powered birder is on the case.

  45. For those of you who utilize Wal-mart grocery delivery, drivers have been stealing groceries now. People are really getting desperate. Driver took an order as well as several others and must have had someone on inside helping because they didn’t have the driver even listed in the system.

  46. Novak Djokovic out of U.S. Open after accidental hit of line judge. Djokovic was disqualified after a lengthy discussion with officials in the latest recent misadventure for the top men’s player in tennis. Novak Djokovic has created a new association independent of the ATP in a bid to safeguard the interests of tennis players. The top tennis players get just a fraction of the money from the sport because they have no group that represents their interests. The ATP is supposed to represent their interest, but doesn’t - because of a conflict of interest, it represents both the players and the organization which the players negotiate against at the same time. So the players get screwed. Djokovic, being # 1 in the world for years - and the only one with the clout to take on this billion dollar system -announces he’s starting his own union to actually represent the players in negotiations. He’s able to convince many of the other top players to leave the current group and join his. Then, just days after his announcement that he’s stepping down from the current group, to lead this new players union, he suddenly gets canceled. No secret what happened. He lead a credible threat to the billions of the tennis bureaucracy, which would’ve forced them to redistribute more of those billions to the players themselves. His cancelation was the response, a warning signal to anyone who dares to unionize against the tennis monopolies. They weaponized feminist extremists and others against him. They lied that they were just following the rules — when really the rules give them complete discretion. Pure lies. That same line judge had gotten much worse injuries from getting hit by balls before. Line judges and ball boys get hit by balls all the time. In some cases they’ve even been killed — but never any penalty like this before. “‘You’ll join your dead son soon’: US Open line judge who was struck by ball hit by Novak Djokovic is bombarded with death threats on Instagram by trolls mocking her son’s death in cycling accident as tennis star is fined $10,000. The US Open line judge hit in the throat with a ball by Novak Djokovic has been subjected to vile online abuse after fans of the world No 1 discovered her Instagram.” He threatened their billions. They instantly had him eliminated. Union busting to protect profits — through weaponization of codes of conduct and diversity initiatives. Legit tennis community outraged. Tennis monopolies fight back — branding all detractors as sexists and trolls. “Line judge hit by Novak Djokovic faces backlash from furious fans claiming she overreacted. Laura Clark, who fell to the ground gasping for breath after Djokovic had batted the ball away, received hundreds of hostile messages.” To hide that their claim of “just enforcing the rules” was a lie. You need to be aware of these tactics. Just look at the corporations that back BLM. It’s the same playbook. They instead redirect everyone’s attention to rebranding anyone a “sexist troll” who disagrees with the judgement or points out that their justification is a lie. USTA Statement on Default of Novak Djokovic: “In accordance with the Grand Slam rulebook, following his actions of intentional hitting a ball dangerously or recklessly within the court or hitting a ball with negligent disregard of the consequences, the US Open tournament referee defaulted Novak Djokovic from the US Open. Because he was defaulted, Djokovic will lose all ranking points earned at the US Open and will be fined the prize money won at the tournament in addition to any or all fines levied with respect to the offending incident.” Sophie Walker: “Djokovic, who disagrees with a proposal to pay women tennis players as much as men, is setting up a men-only tennis union to protect their interests. Djokovic’s net worth is $220 million.” This headline for an RT article basically presents him as a sexist monster: “‘Where are the women?’ Tennis No. 1 Novak Djokovic SLAMMED for ‘TONE DEAF’ men-only union as Nadal and Federer SHUN idea.

” However, the link to this Serena Williams RT article at the bottom tells you what you need to know about that propaganda: “Serena strips down! Williams whips off skirt during match to cope with intense heat (PHOTOS).” They brand the opposition with the scarlet letter - misogynist, white supremacist, fascist - and an army of useful idiots comes to their defense, to hide what the target is really doing. Monopolies are weaponizing the “woke” to fight their battles for them. And unfortunately, the majority of the population BELIEVES it.

  1. The above is just like Stallman and Torvalds warned everyone for decades. Weapon from day one, hiding under a banner that looks innocent. “I received a disturbing warning today from a source I trust. The short version is: if you are any kind of open-source leader or senior figure who is male, do not be alone with any female, ever.” “Yeah, ESR reported on this. It was the Ada Initiative, who was actively trying to get a woman alone with Linus so they could claim sexual assault / rape, so Linus had bodyguards with him 24x7 at Expos, changed hotel rooms on the regular, etc. Fun fact, Sarah Sharp was tied to them. If that name’s familiar, she was last seen pretending to be offended because Linus was rude to her and pretending to be “non-binary” and renaming herself “Sage.” Remember kids, don’t stick your dick in crazy and don’t let your company hire them, either.”

  2. Facebook ‘Update to Our Terms’ October 2020: Here’s what that weird message is all about. Many Facebook users this week had their user experience briefly interrupted by a pop-up message warning them of a forthcoming change to the platform’s terms of service. “Effective October 1, 2020, section 3.2 of our Terms of Service will be updated to include: ‘We also can remove or restrict access to your content, services or information if we determine that doing so is reasonably necessary to avoid or mitigate adverse legal or regulatory impacts to Facebook.’” The message was unusual, to say the least, as Facebook doesn’t typically slide into your timeline to let you know about one specific change it’s making to the volumes and volumes of rules that users agree to but never read. Unless you speak legalese, the message was also a bit cryptic. What kind of “regulatory impacts” is the world’s largest social networking service expecting? The message has sparked speculation that Facebook is ramping up efforts to remove or censor objectionable content, or otherwise curtail the free exchange of ideas in advance of the U.S. election. Such chatter is understandable given that Facebook is not especially well trusted when it comes to issues such as transparency and data privacy, so we thought we’d try to parse what’s happening. Here’s what we know: Facebook is currently fighting a high-stakes legal battle in Australia, where lawmakers have proposed a rule that would allow news publishers to demand payment from social media companies for the content shared on their platforms in some situations. Facebook definitely does not want that—in a blog post Monday, it even threatened to prevent Australian users from sharing news on Facebook if the proposal becomes law. But this TOS change is about more than Australia. If lawmakers are successful there, other countries could conceivably replicate the model, prompting a fundamental shift in the economic dynamics of user-generated sites where content is shared freely in exchange for eyeballs, clicks, and taps. Reached for comment about the TOS change, a Facebook spokesperson said, “This global update provides more flexibility for us to change our services, including in Australia, to continue to operate and support our users in response to potential regulation or legal action.” The change is global. The language of the update is broad, but it doesn’t appear to mark a major shift in what Facebook has the power to do, according to Mason Kortz, a clinical instructor at the Harvard Law School Cyberlaw Clinic. "Essentially what Facebook is saying is, ‘If governments try to make us responsible for certain types of content—including compensating content creators, as the proposed Australian regulations would do—we’re just going to delete the content instead,’” Kortz told Fast Company in an email. “This is a sweeping statement, but I don’t know if it’s a material change in Facebook’s power.” He goes on to note that Facebook’s terms could already be reasonably interpreted to mean that it can arbitrarily remove content. And Facebook is, of course, a for-profit company that can set its own content guidelines. It’s hard to predict how the fight in Australia, or regulatory fights elsewhere, will play out in the long run, but Facebook clearly wants us to think that this type of regulation will negatively impact the user experience. “I think the plan here is rally their users against potential regulation, making potential regulators out to be the ‘bad guys,’” Kortz says. “Of course, this message is directed at governments as well: If you regulate us, we’re going to take our ball and go home.”

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They just look jewish, really, what’s that over there!!!

see, they’re all Italian

And then you die of dysentery. :rofl:

He posts info from all sources

California Trail?


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