17 Mar 2024

Star Explosion Will Be Visible in Night Sky, Astronomers Say This star explosion is a rare event.
Between now and September, have your eyes peeled for a truly spectacular night show. Not for regular old fireworks, that is, but for a rare celestial event: a nova explosion from 3,000 light years away that’s predicted to flare into our night sky and become visible to our naked eyes in the Northern Hemisphere.

‘Technological Salvation?’: Engaging A World Increasingly Reshaped By Artificial Intelligence
David Holz, the founder of artificial intelligence (AI) research lab Midjourney, stated in a social media post in January that “we should be expecting a billion humanoid robots on earth in the 2040s and a hundred billion (mostly alien) robots throughout the solar system in the 2060s.”Tesla founder Elon Musk replied, “Probably something like that, provided the foundations of civilization are stable.”

Russia accuses Kyiv of election sabotage, Medvedev warns ‘traitors’
Russia accused Ukraine on Saturday of using “terrorist activities” to try to disrupt its presidential election and former President Dmitry Medvedev decried as “traitors” the scattered protesters who have tried to set fire to voting booths and pour dye into ballot boxes. The Ukraine war has cast a shadow over voting in the election, which is all but certain to hand President Vladimir Putin six more years in the Kremlin but has been marked by sporadic acts of protest.

Iceland volcano erupts again, spewing fountains of lava
A volcano in Iceland erupted for the fourth time since December on Saturday, the country’s meteorological office said, spewing smoke and bright orange lava into the air in sharp contrast against the dark night sky. Livestreams from the area showed fountains of molten rock soaring from fissures in the ground after authorities had warned for weeks that an eruption was imminent on the Reykjanes peninsula just south of Iceland’s capital Reykjavik.

Hamas’ rigid stance could derail hostage deal, Israel warns
If Hamas does not show flexibility in the upcoming talks in Qatar next week, there will be no deal, a senior Israeli official told Ynet Saturday evening.

Israel carries out overnight airstrikes in Rafah – report
In the shadow of ground troops entering Rafah, air strikes were carried out overnight in the Southern Gaza Strip, according to Arab media sources.

US reveals UN ceasefire proposal, diminishes chance of Rafah op
Israeli political officials have received an updated outline of the ceasefire proposal that the US will present to the UN, which allegedly focuses on an “immediate and lasting ceasefire,” Maariv reported on Saturday. According to the report, the new draft has more severe language regarding a ground operation in Rafah, claiming that conditions on the ground wouldn’t allow it to happen.

Fatah slams Hamas: Responsible for the current ‘Nakba’
Marking the first time in which a formal Palestinian voice has blamed Hamas for the disastrous outcomes of the October 7 massacre, Fatah said that “those who were responsible for the return of the occupation to Gaza Strip and caused the Nakba [catastrophe] which our Palestinian people live… have no right to dictate national priorities.” The accusations came in response to Hamas’s critique of the appointment of new Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Mustafa, described as a close partner of President Mahmoud Abbas.

China Working on Giant Rail Gun to Shoot Astronauts Into Space
Chinese scientists are working on a giant electromagnetic launch track to launch a massive 50-ton spaceplane — longer than a Boeing 737 — into orbit. As the South China Morning Post reports, the “giant rail gun” system is designed to accelerate a hypersonic aircraft to speeds of up to Mach 1.6. Once it reaches the end of the track, its engine then accelerates it to the edge of space at seven times the speed of sound.

Schumer provides cover for Biden’s smears of Israel
In a city packed with cynical opportunists, few people in Washington can match the cynicism and opportunism that are on display when Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) speaks. He’s been in public office continuously since the age of 25, and the 73-year-old Senate Majority Leader has spent his adult life grandstanding for the cameras and the press

Hezbollah assures Iran it will fight against Israel alone if there is war
After a meeting with the head of Iran’s Quds Forces, Hezbollah leader Hasan Nasrallah declared that his terror group would be prepared to fight alone in a full-scale war with Israel, as reported by Reuters. Nasrallah and Iran’s Quds chief discussed the damage an all-out war would do to Hezbollah and the effects a war would have on Iran.

Imam shoots at Jews in Hebron on Shabbat, is neutralized by IDF
An Imam fired at Jews in Hebron on Saturday with a Kalashnikov rifle and was neutralized by the IDF before he caused any injuries or deaths. Muhammad Nofal, the imam of Hebron’s al-Qassam mosque, hid behind a gravestone as he fired at Jewish residents. After he was eliminated, Central Command chief Maj. Gen. Yehuda Fox and troops carried out a full assessment of the scene and it has been reported that the IDF is searching for an additional terrorist in the area.

Confirmed: Hamas number 3 Marwan Issa died in Israeli airstrike last week
After a week of speculations, Israeli security officials confirmed on Friday that all signs indicate that Marwan Issa, Hamas’ third-most important commander, died in an Israeli airstrike on March 9, Israeli media reported. Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the security officials’ estimation as “a great achievement for Israel” and added, “they will all die, we will reach them all.”

Tennessee bill would require schools to show video of unborn baby developing in womb
Tennessee Republicans advanced a ‘Baby Olivia’ bill that could change the culture by showing the next generation of Americans exactly who it is that abortion destroys.

Severe weather outbreak leaves at least 3 dead across multiple states 
A deadly severe weather outbreak swept across the Southern Plains and Midwest into the Ohio Valley on Thursday, spawning at least 20 tornadoes and leaving trails of damage across multiple states.

See it: Pair of funnels combine to form powerful tornado that stuck parts of Ohio
Severe storms and tornadoes caused widespread destruction in the Midwest and Ohio Valley this week.  The National Weather Service has confirmed at least 20 tornadoes so far Thursday, of which nine struck in Ohio alone, with a twister in Logan County being the strongest at an EF-3. At the height of Thursday’s storms, nearly 20,000 Ohio homes and businesses were left without power.

New Florida Laws Aim to Keep Illegal Immigrants Off Roads, Deported Felons Off Streets
Florida lawmakers have adopted some of the most restrictive illegal immigration laws in the nation in recent years and continued to do so in 2024 by approving measures that tighten identification requirements, punish repeat unlicensed driving with prison, and make being in Florida after being deported a felony.

Migrants lacking passports must now submit to facial recognition to board flights in US
The U.S. government has started requiring migrants without passports to submit to facial recognition technology to take domestic flights under a change that prompted confusion this week among immigrants and advocacy groups in Texas.

Twin cyclone threat for Australia this weekend
Two tropical low pressure systems currently spinning near northern Australia have the potential to become tropical cyclones this weekend.

ANALYSIS: Cashless Transition Steamrolls Ahead After Major Bank Closes All Branches
A new all-in-one mobile app will offer what its developers claim is Australia’s first end-to-end digital banking platform for the country’s 2.4 million businesses with fewer than 10 employees.

British NHS Hospital ‘Accidentally’ Chops Off 6 People’s Limbs in 3 Years
A British hospital has admitted that it mistakenly performed six amputations in three years, a small fraction of an ‘accidental’ amputation epidemic occurring at UK hospitals with as many as 105 over three years.

Haitian Migrant Boat With Guns, Drugs & Night Vision Intercepted Off Florida As Caribbean Crisis Spreads
Haiti’s domestic security has rapidly deteriorated as widespread gang violence and civil unrest plague the failed state. A warning from the US Department of Defense on Tuesday explained that a “mass migration” wave from Haiti to South Florida is imminent.

“Extreme Events”: US Cancer Deaths Spiked In 2021 And 2022 In “Large Excess Over Trend” 
Cancer deaths in the United States spiked in 2021 and 2022 among 15-44 year-olds “in large excess over trend,” marking jumps of 5.6% and 7.9% respectively vs. a rise of 1.7% in 2020, according to a new preprint study from deep-dive research firm, Phinance Technologies.

Europe Is Alarmed Enough To Begin Wargaming A Food Crisis
Governments of the European Union are engaged in wargames which simulate and foresee a global food crisis. A mix of major factors including the Russia-Ukraine war and impact on grain supplies there, as well as weather events like El Niño and La Niña and their impact on Latin American soy output, and the anti-EU farmers’ protests which have disrupted supermarket supply chains, have been cause for alarm, European officials say. Of course there’s also the example of how drastically a pandemic can interfere with supply chains. Panic buying was a trend and constant fear within the early months of the coronavirus crisis.

Protestant pastor shares powerful testimony of faith after enduring seven years in Chinese prison 
A Chinese Christian pastor just published his first testimony after seven years of suffering in prison for his faith under China’s totalitarian, atheistic, Communist regime. What sustained him in his long isolation, he said, was the power of prayer.

10-Year-Old Kids Denied Drinking Water In Class Because Of Three Muslims Observing Ramadan
Twenty Four children were told they could not drink water at a school in Germany because three other students in the class were Muslims observing Ramadan, according to a report.

Japan To Restart World’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant
Japan is stepping up efforts to have local authorities approve the restart of the world’s biggest nuclear power plant, the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa facility north of Tokyo, Japanese newspaper Niigata Nippo reported on Friday.

Official Data Links 143,233% Cancer Surge to Covid Shots
Bombshell official government data has finally confirmed what many have long suspected – that Covid mRNA shots are responsible for skyrocketing cases of deadly cancers. In the United States, cancer is the second leading cause of death.

Dr Meryl Nass: As Tedros Keeps Lying, I Have to Keep Correcting Him
…If we are not convinced that Tedros is lying, Dr Nass recommends we read a piece from the Brownstone Institute where authors, Dr Dave Bell and lawyer Dr Van Dinh highlight the WHO’s “false claims” and explain the multiple ways that show the WHOs “unprecedented attempt to seize nation state authority and rule health centrally.” Thus, leading us further into a fascistic one world governance.