New U.S. Naval Ships to Enter Canada for Testing

Last week, the U.S. Navy showed off new planes, ships, and submarines. Two planes and two submarines are travelling to Canada for the first time, and the naval ships will be arriving a few days later. The first aircraft carrier landed at a fort in British Columbia this morning. Today’s Navy news comes 10-1/4 months after the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth arrived in Canada. That aircraft carrier was upgraded when it was taken out by the Canadian Navy and transferred to Prince Edward Island. A new destroyer has already…

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East Australia to Face Record Heat Wave

A “heat spike” to hit the southeast Australian city of Mackay and the northern sections of Southern Oosthuizen, which are believed to have experienced “the biggest heat wave on record in far east Australia.” With the rise in temperatures hitting more than a day late yesterday, Perth, South Australia, is now on course for its highest level of heat in 70 years. The latest report from meteorologists puts Perth at about nine degrees higher than last summer’s record heat of 41 degrees Celcius. A spokesman for Australian meterologists said these…

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Black Holes Shedding Light on the Origins of Our Universe

Many people have used black holes to confirm the existence of gravity. This is seen in studies of stars in such a way as to identify gas molecules and help astronomers distinguish between stars in the infrared sky. Black holes, supermassive black holes in the Milky Way, are basically the engine that have driven the Universe’s rotation for centuries. They orbit at the speed of light, looking like our Milky Way. Their core is roughly the size of an eyeball. At the same time, black holes are extremely common in…

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Private School A-Levels Trending Downwards

Studies have found private schools in many states returning the lowest total A-levels in a decade. The findings add to the mounting pressure on schools to improve on their A-level results, which were down by 4% to 1.17m students last year. The benchmark exams are notoriously difficult, with A-levels falling a net1.6% in the past decade, according to experts. This year marks the first time that government attempts to overhaul the exams has led to significant jumps in results. In 2011, studies showed that almost a fifth of the top…

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US Navy to Add New, Automated “Supercrafts”

The US Navy is planning on adding tech to their arsenal, by building out new automated warships. According to the Navy website, the fleet will be based in Washington DC. They say ships will be part of a small fleet, each with a small crew of 40. The first stage is to have an automated cargo ship for airships on board to haul the cargo. This has been described as a ship that can transport up to four containers in 40-300ft arcs. The second stage is an unmanned patrol vessel…

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A Medical Manufacturer had to Destroy Medical Supplies After a Visit by Donald Trump, but not as Many as Claimed by Some

In June 2020, Puritan Medical Products hosted the US President Donald Trump and displayed the swab manufacturing ramp-up that was being done in response to COVID-19. Controversy sparked when a company spokesperson revealed to USAToday that swabs manufactured during his visit would have to be discarded. Puritan Medical Products clarified that only the swabs created during the 15 minute manufacturing demonstration had to be discarded, which is a result of the number of people in the room, not Trump’s refusal to wear a mask. To maintain their schedule while accommodating the presidential…

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The book The Coronavirus Pandemic: Big Pharma’s Plan for Global Control, details conspiracy theories surrounding Big Pharma and its alleged plan for global control.

The Association for Self-Published Author Recognition (ASPAR) is awarding Jason Bukwila the 2020 Platinum Bookmark award for his memoir, The Capricious Autumn Stars. This honor is reserved for self-published books ASPAR deems the most notable of the year. Bukwila authored the autobiographical narrative over four years before independently publishing in the Spring of 2019. The Capricious Autumn Stars details Bukwila’s two-year solo journey through 12 Latin and South American countries, and his various adventures as he integrates himself into local cultures. Bukwila’s travels began in 2010 and brought him face-to-face…

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A Deadly Insect Known as the “Murder Hornet” has Made its Way into the United States

The Washing State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) is stating that the Asian Giant Hornet, known as the “Murder Hornet”, has made its way into the United States for the first time. The WSDA confirms two cases in Blaine, WA, with additional probable cases in Custer, WA. The insects are indeed deadly: the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimates Asian Giant Hornets kill 30-50 people in Japan annually. Additionally, the insects pose a large threat to the United States’ already-struggling honeybee population. As per the USDA Pest Response Guidelines: during “Slaughter Events”, Asian Giant Hornets…

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Private Medical Cannabis Surges in Response to Growing Costs at Public Pharmacies

There is now a huge drop in the cost of giving people psychoactive cannabis. A partner of one of the firms representing the companies involved, said: “One of the biggest challenges that health care reformers face is trying to justify the cost and difficulty in taking a measure that has in principle been a far superior thing for people to do when not in use.” The prices are currently at 45-120 Euros per 5 grams of cannabis. This is a 10% drop over the same time period. For comparion, five…

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