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Space garbage is gunking up the skies, but a drag sail keeps the satellite's lifespan brief.

Posted on: Mar 25 13:32

According to a reuters article,

Hungary will veto any European Union sanctions against Russia affecting nuclear energy, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told state radio on Friday.

Ukraine has called on the 27-nation EU to include Russian state nuclear energy company Rosatom in sanctions but Hungary, which has a Russian-built nuclear plant it plans to expand with Rosatom, has blocked that.

So what to expect?

Well, we’ll likely see a flood of “aid” to NGOs in Hungary. USAID, for example, which is a well known face to the CIA will seek to bring everything from “media freedom” to “democracy initiatives” and whatever other doublespeak is required. Within 6-8 months I suspect we will see riots in Budapest. Don’t be misled, I’m telling you this now, ahead of time. They will be instigated by the aforementioned group or groups with the ultimate goal of unseating Orban, a democratically elected and wildly popular leader or the ruling party.

The difference this time is that it appears many are onto this tried and tested and repeated strategy. It is why Orban has been taking preventative measures ahead of time. Will it be successful or will there be a “color revolution” in Hungary?

Posted on: Mar 25 11:45

Providing depleted uranium to Ukraine has taken us to the edge of nuclear war. Vernon Coleman explains why depleted uranium is truly dangerous and has taken us into lethal territory. He also explains why this is part of the globalists' depopulation plan.

Posted on: Mar 25 11:40
Posted on: Mar 25 11:31

The blue-run city of Louisville, Colorado will ban all new gas stations as local lawmakers say they feel an 'obligation' to fight climate change

City councilors in the town of 21,000 approved a proposal Tuesday evening to cap the number of gas stations for their constituents to just six. 

A seventh station would only be permitted if a large retailer swoops in, but the limitation was praised by a Louisville legislator who said the move was necessary to combat global warming. 

Posted on: Mar 25 11:26

While plans to usher in centralized, government-controlled money are receiving some pushback in the U.S., the consensus in Europe seems to be in favor of introducing a central bank digital currency (CBDC), i.e., the digital euro.

And now the question is how exactly to proceed, including by determining strategic objectives.

In the eurozone – made up of the 20 (out of 27) EU members that have adopted the euro – merchants might find themselves under obligation to accept a future European Central Bank (ECB) digital currency.

This is information from a paper that eurozone finance ministers were expected to discuss on Monday. The obligation proceeds from granting the EU CBDC the same status as cash, making it a legal tender.

Posted on: Mar 25 11:06

The nineteenth “Twitter Files” installment has revealed that a Stanford University initiative routinely told social media companies to suppress posts containing “[t]rue content which might promote vaccine hesitancy.”

According to the latest installment of files posted to Twitter on Friday by journalist Matt Taibbi, The Virality Project, a Stanford University initiative launched in May 2020 that receives federal funding by the Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation, instructed Big Tech social media platforms such as Twitter and TikTok to take action against admittedly “true” posts regarding the experimental COVID-19 vaccines as part of its fight against “disinformation.”

In the internal communications posted by Taibbi, the Stanford-led project flagged “True content which might promote vaccine hesitancy,” including “stories of true vaccine side effects,” as content that needed to be combatted through censorship.

Posted on: Mar 25 11:02

A top female professional bicycle racer who has racked up 35 wins on the national cyclocross circuit over the course of her career said she’s leaving the sport after finishing in fourth place behind a man who claims to be a woman.

U.S. cyclocross champ Hannah Arensman made the announcement in an amicus brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the judges to vacate a lower court’s preliminary injunction against a West Virginia law banning student athletes from competing on teams designated for the opposite sex.

“I have decided to end my cycling career,” Arensman wrote in the filing. “At my last race at the recent UCI Cyclocross National Championships in the elite women’s category, I came in 4th place, flanked on either side by male riders awarded 3rd and 5th place.”

Posted on: Mar 25 10:59

Archeologist Kutalmış Görkay and his team recently uncovered three ancient Greek mosaics in the city of Zeugma, Turkey near the Syrian border. The remarkably intact glass mosaics date back to the 2nd century BC.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 25 05:58

In Tomares, Spain, whilst digging ditches and laying pipes, workers unearthed treasure trove.

It seems that sometime in the past, one person (or several people) buried nineteen jars filled with Roman coins in what would become Zaudin Park. Naturally after the find, all work on the park has been halted for now.

Experts consider the discovery as unique. Nine of the nineteen jars (or amphoras) were intact — although several broke during excavation — and all of the jars contained thousands of bronze and silver-coated coins.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 25 05:48

Inside the building of a 100-year-old theater is the most stunning bookshop you’ll ever see

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 25 05:42