Russian Space Agency Refuses to Reveal Source of ISS Mystery Hole

COAST TO COAST AM In a weird update to an already strange story, the head of the Russian space agency reportedly announced that they now know what caused a mysterious hole that was found in a Soyuz capsule attached to the ISS last summer, but they are refusing to tell anyone their findings. The two-millimeter-in-diameter bit of damage was discovered in late August of 2018 when a drop in cabin pressure aboard the ISS was traced back to the inexplicable opening which was subsequently patched wi...
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Three arrested at Portland climate protest

Thousands of students demanding action on the global climate crisis walked out of class in Portland, part of global protests that stretched from Australia to South America. KTVZ KOIN reports that students rallied Friday outside City Hall, making demands of Mayor Ted Wheeler. In a letter to parents, Portland Public Schools wrote that it believed "this action by our students is a clear example of learning and advocacy we hope for in all our students. The subject matter aligns with both our distr...
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Newfound Cosmic ‘Gateway’ Funnels Small, Icy Objects to the Inner Solar System

Beginning as small, icy bodies on the outskirts of the solar system, comets turn into spectacular streaks of light when they pass through a "gateway" near Jupiter, according to new research. LIVESCIENCE This gateway is a region of space where objects called centaurs — small, icy bodies that orbit between Jupiter and Neptune — start to nudge closer to the sun. As they do so, they heat up and become “active,” primarily releasing a dusty halo of gas — which makes these small bodies, technically...
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FEDS Arrest Army Soldier Preparing to Carry out Attack on News Outlet

Jarrett William Smith allegedly told an undercover agent that he wanted to build a "large vehicle bomb" to attack a major news outlet. NBC NEWS An Army soldier was arrested for allegedly passing on bomb-making instructions to fellow "radicals" and sought to blow up cell towers and news stations, authorities announced Monday. Pfc. Jarrett William Smith, 24, stationed out of Fort Riley in Kansas, was arrested Saturday and charged with one count of distributing information related to...
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Mysterious magnetic pulses discovered on Mars

At midnight on Mars, the red planet’s magnetic field sometimes starts to pulsate in ways that have never before been observed. The cause is currently unknown. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC That’s just one of the stunning preliminary findings from NASA’s very first robotic geophysicist there, the InSight lander. Since touching down in November 2018, this spacecraft has been gathering intel to help scientists better understand our neighbouring planet’s innards and evolution, such as taking the tempe...
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YouTube Security Warning For 23 Million Creators As ‘Massive’ Hack Attack Confirmed

High-profile YouTubers have been targeted by cybercriminals over the weekend in what appears to have been a highly coordinated and "massive" attack. FORBES The security warning was made by Catalin Cimpanu, a ZDNet reporter, who spoke to a member of an internet forum with a history of trading access to hacked accounts. Here's what we know so far and what you need to do to protect your own YouTube account. Which YouTube accounts have been hacked? According to the ZDNet investigation, many ac...
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Coincidence? UFC Audience in Mexico City loses their Mind over someone elses FIGHT

As below so above. It's as if the microcosmic struggles, unrest and pointless riots are all in relation to something else big going on in our world. DEAD SPIN The main event of UFC Fight Night: Yair Rodríguez vs. Jeremy Stephens on Saturday night ended in a no contest after just 15 seconds when an accidental eye poke by Rodríguez on Stephens meant that the American couldn’t continue, even after the allotted five minutes of recovery time. The Mexico City crowd, who were there to cheer on Rodr...
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Google seeks permission for staff to listen to Assistant recordings

Google has said it will let its human reviewers listen to audio recordings made by its virtual assistant only if users give it fresh permission to do so. BBC NEWS The company said the option had always been opt-in but it had not been explicit enough that people were involved in transcribing the clips. The pledge follows Apple's switch to an opt-in model in August. Amazon and Facebook, by contrast, make users ask if they want to be excluded. Google's move has been welcomed by digital...
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Climate Action Summit features heavy EMOTION but what about those Drone Strikes?

The world marches to 'fight' climate change in recent street demonstrations yet recent drone strikes in Afghanistan, killing all civilians, continues without a peep from the controlled left. Repent of your support of the new world order be you a dedicated right wing zombie or a left wing zombie. Either you stand against the genocide or you sit and watch with a smores set up by the fire. WASHINGTON POST Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg had one question for the global leaders as...
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China deploying troll army to save face over Hong Kong

Thousands co-opted into propaganda offensive on social media. PORTSWIGGER.NET The ongoing protests in Hong Kong pose a threat to China’s reputation, prompting the Chinese Communist Party to deploy a workforce of thousands in a propaganda counter-offensive. The Chinese government responded to the protests from June onwards with a large-scale psychological operation designed to alter Western perception and to save face in front of the world, according to a new study threat intelligence firm...
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Astronomers watch six galaxies suddenly fire up into quasars

Normally things happen slowly out in space. It can take thousands, millions or even billions of years for stars and galaxies to evolve. NEW ATLAS But now astronomers have spotted an event that was thought to happen over millennia play out in a matter of months, as a usually-quiet galaxy suddenly fired up into an energetic quasar – and not just once, but in six different cases. The galaxies in question started off in a class known as low-ionization nuclear emission line region (LINER) gala...
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How Vikings Went Into a Trancelike Rage Before Battle

The tables have changed, the lights have changed, the roads are new, but the reality is the same. Only now, technology can manifest the root of the rages (or false flags) in seconds turning society into a remote control society. Society has never truly woken yet to it's socially engineered state and is busy chasing phantom conspiracies directed by the centralized controllers themselves. WIRED The legendary Viking warriors known as berserkers were renowned for their ferocity in battle, pur...
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Pompeo urges resistance to China’s demands to repatriate Uighurs

The enemy of my enemy is my friend? One day those silent about these tactics will become more vocal about the Chinese threat to the US when these tactics prepare arrive on our mainland. I have warned for over ten years of a plot I believe is aimed at abducting American women during or after war time, that is world war 3. (website admin) ALJAZERRA  US secretary of state says Beijing's campaign in Xinjiang is not about fighting 'terrorism' but 'erasing' its citizens. US Secretary of State Mi...
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Joint U.S.-Afghan raid on Taliban hideout allegedly kills dozens of civilians at wedding

Would we want that done to us? Then why are so many silent when it happens to them? The world is going more insane by the month. CBS NEWS An Afghan official claimed Monday that dozens of civilians were killed during a raid on Taliban hideouts by U.S. and Afghan special forces in the southern Helmand province. A U.S. military official confirmed to CBS News that American air power was called in to support the forces during the raid targeting senior al Qaeda members. They said the U.S. was "ass...
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Ben Roberts-Smith under police investigation for ‘kicking handcuffed Afghan off small cliff’

Australia's most highly decorated former SAS soldier, Ben Roberts-Smith, is being investigated by the Australian Federal Police for allegedly kicking a handcuffed detainee off a small cliff in an Afghan village in 2012. THE AGE Multiple serving and former defence sources in Australia and Afghanistan have confirmed that Mr Roberts-Smith, a Victoria Cross winner, is the subject of the AFP inquiry into the brutalisation of Afghan farmer and father Ali Jan after he was taken into custody by the ...
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