Volume 27, Number 9 – 5/1/2024

Volume 27, Number 9 – 05/01/2024

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Exploring a New Perspective

of How We Become

Someone New

Saturday, May 18, 2024
1:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET
in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

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Always a big hit, internationally acclaimed and accomplished psychic, scientist and author, Penny Kelly takes us on a deep but practical dive into the essence of the operation of this reality: how does it work? How can we use this knowledge to shape what happens in the coming months and years? How does the expanding awareness that is the central descriptor of the emerging new human translate into practical elements of anticipating and living effectively in a time of extraordinary, structural change? Although not commonly understood, these are big, fundamental — and necessary — questions that we all need to confront if we are to effectively navigate the rapids ahead. Penny has seen the future through her extraordinary personal experiences and comes to Berkeley Springs to help us all re-imagine how this all works and what we can do to use that knowledge to our distinct benefit.
People are afraid of their own power.
We have been conditioned by religion to be helpless,
to put all the power out there, over there.
We are not conditioned to be in our power, to be enjoying that, to have fun with that.
~ Penny Kelly ~

Join us May 18th, 2024, In Person or via Livestream!
Coolfont Resort, 3621 Cold Run Valley Road, Berkeley Springs, WV
1:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET

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Penny Kelly is an author, teacher, speaker, publisher, personal and spiritual consultant, and Naturopathic physician. She travels, lectures, and teaches a variety of classes and workshops, and maintains a large consulting practice. She has been involved in scientific research and investigations into consciousness at Pinelandia Laboratory near Ann Arbor, MI.


Exploring a New Perspective

of How We Become

Someone New
Saturday, May 18, 2024 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

(All tickets include unlimited access to the replay
for six months!)

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Artificial Intelligence and the Grim Future of a Divided Humanity – Substack, April 23, 2024

Humanity is being slow killed with technologies that only serve to isolate and track us. Nine years ago, hundreds of scientists were warning us of the dangers of Cell phones and 5G radiation.

“I’m Doctor Martin Blank from the Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics at Columbia University. We are scientists and engineers, and I am here to tell you we have created something that is harming us, and it is getting out of control. The incidence of fatal brain cancer in younger people has more than tripled. We are putting cellular antennas on residential buildings and on top of hospitals where people are trying to get well. It’s particularly frightening that radiation from our telecommunication and power line technology is damaging the DNA in our cells. The time to deal with the harmful biological and health effects is long overdue. We are really all part of a large biological experiment without our informed consent.” Read more here.

Eric Schmidt and Yoshua Bengio Debate How Much A.I. Should Scare Us – Time, April 19, 2024

Two top artificial intelligence experts one an optimist and the other more alarmist about the technology’s future engaged in a spirited debate at the TIME100 Summit on Wednesday. Both Yoshua Bengio, founder and scientific director of Mila Quebec AI Institute, a scientific hub, and Eric Schmidt, chairman of the Special Competitive Studies Project and former Google CEO, agree that A.I. is poised to transform modern society.

But as moderator Stephanie Ruhle, an MSNBC host, put it: “Yoshua believes that the risk of AI potentially putting us into extinction should be considered a global risk, like we look at pandemics and nuclear war.

Eric is super, super excited about AI.” Bengio’s main concern with AI is the difficulty in ensuring that AI systems are used for their intended purpose and not something harmful. “We absolutely need to clear the fog; right now, scientists really have no idea” how to get AI to behave according to the norms, law and values of society. Read more here.

Who Will Win AI? Four Scenarios to Watch – Medium, April 30, 2024

The past few weeks have been significant for AI. Humane’s AI Pin launched to mostly negative reviews, while Rabbit AI is currently receiving mixed responses. Open-source was the topic du jour, with Apple releasing its open-source OpenELM model, and Meta following suit with the release of LLama-3.

As the competitive landscape for AI evolves, companies are staking their positions based on their outlook and starting points. The internet is alight with debate about which strategies and companies will ultimately prevail. Read more here.

How mRNA Vaccine Cell Damage Can Be Reversed Through Lipid Replacement Therapy – The Epoch Times, April 24, 2024

How do mRNA COVID vaccines lead to cellular damage and toxicity? How can phospholipids reverse these effects?

Phospholipids are crucial building blocks for cell membranes, which control what comes in and out of our cells. Our phospholipids can be depleted through inflammation linked to mRNA COVID vaccines. This is one reason why lipid replacement therapy (LRT) is used to treat mRNA vaccine injury. Read more here.

Nanobots That Release Toxins And Harvest Energy From the Body – The Reese Report, April 18. 2024

The 248 page patent for the Moderna technology that was administered to people in the COVID shots was filed in 2020. The patent lists several embodiments, or variations, of this technology. And while we don’t know who got what embodiment, we know that several different batch numbers were deployed. And some were far more deadly than others.

According to the Moderna patent, this technology contains self-assembled nanoparticles. And in certain variations these nanoparticles can be used for the controlled release of compounds once they are in the human body. These lipid nanoparticles are encapsulated into a polymer hydrogel, a controlled release coating that includes polyvinyls. This has been verified by Ana Mihalcea and Clifford Carnicom’s research. Read more here.

Affordable Exoskeleton Helps People Walk – Interesting Engineering, April 6, 2024

Stanford University has made a significant breakthrough in assistive technology by developing an affordable exoskeleton designed to aid walking. This innovation is set to transform the landscape of mobility aids, offering new hope for individuals with walking impairments.

Traditionally, exoskeletons have been both expensive and complex, limiting their accessibility and usability. Stanford’s new exoskeleton, however, breaks these barriers with its cost-effectiveness and simplicity. Utilizing inexpensive sensors, the device can be tailored to an individual’s needs within approximately one hour, making personalized mobility support more attainable than ever before. Read more here.

Medical Drugs Are the Leading Cause of Death in America – Substack, April 29, 2024

The report, by Dr. Peter Gotzsche, published by the Brownstone Institute, estimates 882,000 Americans die annually from the effects of medical drugs.

“Prescription Drugs Are the Leading Cause of Death (April 16, 2024)” I’d bet against reading about it in the NY Times. Author Gotzsche doesn’t mention people who don’t die but are severely injured and disabled by the drugs. That number would be in the millions. Also, there is no word about vaccines. Read more here.

How Telemedicine Technologies Are Used In Emergency Scenarios, Including Remote Diagnostics And Consultations – TechBullion, April 29, 2024

In recent years, telemedicine has transformed from a futuristic concept into a critical component of modern healthcare, especially in emergency medical services. The ability to deliver immediate care through remote diagnostics and consultations is more than just an innovation; it’s a lifeline that enhances outcomes and democratizes access to expert medical intervention during critical times. This detailed exploration delves into how telemedicine technologies are being used in emergency scenarios, reshaping responses, and offering new hope where it matters most. Read more here.

How Light Can Vaporize Water Without the Need for Heat – MIT News, April 23, 2024

It’s the most fundamental of processes — the evaporation of water from the surfaces of oceans and lakes, the burning off of fog in the morning sun, and the drying of briny ponds that leaves solid salt behind. Evaporation is all around us, and humans have been observing it and making use of it for as long as we have existed. And yet, it turns out, we’ve been missing a major part of the picture all along.

In a series of painstakingly precise experiments, a team of researchers at MIT has demonstrated that heat isn’t alone in causing water to evaporate. Light, striking the water’s surface where air and water meet, can break water molecules away and float them into the air, causing evaporation in the absence of any source of heat. More here.

Climate Change Has Infiltrated Game Night and That’s a Good Thing, Experts Say – Inside Climate News, April 28, 2024

Earlier in April, more than 60 million people were presented with a mission: Track down and vanquish a golden, fire-breathing dragon terrorizing a vulnerable village. That is, a digital village in the metaverse of Minecraft, a videogame that allows its many users to explore and build their own worlds. In this new Minecraft minigame, “Heat Wave Survival,” players are facing up against the Heat Dragon, a villain developers created to represent the deadly threat of extreme heat as global temperatures rise. 

This is just one of the many ways that climate change is infiltrating game night. Around the world, developers and designers are intentionally weaving climate change characters like the Heat Dragon, as well as potential solutions, into board games and video games to help engage users in the fight to slow global warming. Today, we are exploring how the climate movement is growing within the gaming universe—and what that could mean for the real world. Read more here.

BMO Unveils Greener Future Financing to Help SMEs Build Climate-Resilience – April 25, 2024

Canada-based BMO is bringing its Greener Future Financing program to the United States. The eighth largest bank in North America by assets, BMO announced the launch earlier this week. Greener Future Financing is the financial institution’s first climate financing program designed to help SMEs build climate-resilient operations. Specifically, the program will offer climate resiliency loan discounts and green business advisory to help businesses meet their climate sustainability goals.

BMO’s announcement means that it will commit $30 million in support of SMEs that are investing in technologies to reduce their carbon footprint and mitigate the potential impact of weather-related events. Read more here.

Big Breakthrough: World’s 1st Programmable Photonic Chip Developed – Interesting Engineering, April 16. 2024

A collaboration between researchers at the Photonics Research Laboratory (PRL)-iTEAM of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) and private company iPronics have developed the world’s first universal, programmable and multifunctional photonic chip. The invention is expected to be a revolutionary step for telecommunications, data centers, and the buzzword in the technology sector, artificial intelligence (AI) systems.

A photonic chip is much like a silicon-based chip, but it uses photons or light instead of electrons to process information. To facilitate the shift in processing information, a photonic chip uses optical components such as waveguides, lasers, and polarizers instead of electronic ones such as resistors or transistors to process information. Read more here.

SMEs Remain Unprepared as Cyber Threats Escalate – UK Construction Media, April 19, 2024

SMEs neglect cyber security, making them easy targets for a wide range of attacks, including phishing and ransomware. Hackers, some with basic technical skills, capitalize on these weaknesses.

Despite cybersecurity threats being on the rise, many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) still lack basic security measures. On top of that, hackers are shifting their focus from big businesses to smaller targets, creating even more dangers for smaller companies in the digital space. The main reason SMEs neglect to secure their digital perimeter is lack of understanding of cyber security threats and resources, expert says. Read more here.

Sick of Toxic Screen Time? Dumbphones are Having a Moment – Axios, April 27, 2024

Breaking up with your smartphone is hard. But a growing “dumbphone” market is giving offline alternatives. The big picture: The well-known negative effects of screens — loneliness, addiction and anxiety or depression — has left many eager to disconnect.
  • A dumbphone is a basic, ’90s-inspired cellphone without the vortex of apps that contribute to high screen times. A return to texts and calls, if you will.
More here.

Did Cloud Seeding Drown Dubai? Here’s the Scoop on UAE’s Artificial Rain – Interesting Engineering, April 17, 2024

The city of Dubai came to a grinding halt after torrential rains that saw the region get its entire year’s rainfall quota in just 24 hours. Schools were shut, and employees directed to work from home after underground car parks were flooded. The metro services were also disrupted after a two-day downpour. Dubai International Airport, one of the busiest in the world, faced significant disruptions, with flights either diverted or delayed for several hours.

Multiple media outlets attributed the flooding to cloud seeding activities that Dubai regularly engages in to address its fresh water requirement. In this approach, airplanes are used to introduce chemicals and small particles, such as potassium chloride salts, into rain clouds to increase the precipitation. Read more here.

How Virtual Reality Could Transform Architecture – Time, April 16, 2024

I’m standing over a table, looking at a 3D architectural model of a room. Then I hit a button, and suddenly I’m inside the model itself. I can walk around, get a feel for the space, see how the plumbing and lighting systems intersect, and flag any potential problems for the room’s designers to tweak. 

Of course, I haven’t actually shrunk into the table: I’m wearing a headset in an architectural  virtual reality app. Over the past few years, more and more architects have started to incorporate immersive VR tools in the process of designing buildings. VR, they say, helps them understand spaces better, facilitate better collaboration, and catch errors they might not have otherwise. These architects hope that as VR technology improves and becomes more commonplace, it could fundamentally transform the way that they approach their jobs, and lead to more efficient and effective design. Read more here.

The Future of Real Estate: Discovering the Latest Technologies Shaping the Market – TechBullion, April 20, 2024

The landscape of the real estate market is rapidly changing and evolving, with technology playing a significant role in shaping its future. In recent years, advancements in technology have greatly impacted how properties are bought, sold, and managed. This has brought about a major shift in traditional practices and opened up new opportunities for buyers, sellers, and agents alike.

The current state of the real estate market is influenced by various factors such as economic conditions, government policies, and demographic changes. However, one cannot ignore the impact of technology in driving these changes. From listing platforms to virtual reality tours to smart home devices, technology has revolutionized every aspect of the real estate industry. Read more here.

Europe’s Energy Transition is a ‘Prisoner of Rules’ Created for 2050 Scenarios – Smart Energy, April 25, 2024

European policymakers have made the region’s energy transition “a prisoner of rules” that have been created to fulfil a 2050 scenario, yet are not fit for purpose today.

“We are a prisoner of our own documentation… of everything we’ve written down,” said Coby van der Linde, Director of Dutch thinktank Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP).

Van der Linde told the World Energy Congress in Rotterdam: “I’m a paper-pusher myself and we love to write down things and we have a lot of people writing down things. “We’ve produced a lot of plans about 2050 and then we do ‘back-casting’. We do it in a technologically-efficient way… and we’ve forgotten all about how to make it viable economically and for society. She said what is missing “is the insight” and urged policymakers to “move away from the Excel sheet… inactivate all the paper pushers – and start doing”. Read more here.

World’s First Hydrogen Station for Commercial Trucks Opens – Is it too Late? – Electrek, April 27, 2024

FirstElement Fuels has opened the world’s first large-scale hydrogen fueling station for heavy-duty commercial trucks just outside the Port of Oakland.

FirstElement is calling their new filling station, which opened to the public this week for tours and demonstrations, the first of its kind. Located near the Port of Oakland, the company claims its hydrogen pumps can “fill” a truck’s hydrogen tanks in as little as ten minutes, which works out (in their math) to as many as 200 trucks per day. More here.

A Digital Future For Energy: The Transformative Role Of Grid-Interactive Buildings : Forbes, April 29, 2024

One of the most promising and innovative concepts in the quest for sustainable energy solutions, is that of grid-interactive buildings. These buildings represent a significant leap forward in how we think about energy consumption and conservation, blending digital technology with traditional infrastructure to create a more efficient, reliable, and sustainable energy grid.

Grid-interactive buildings (GIBs) use a combination of Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to manage energy consumption in real-time. They are not passive consumers of energy; rather, they actively participate in the energy grid by dynamically adjusting their energy usage. This is achieved by smartly storing and shifting energy consumption to times when renewable energy sources, like solar and wind, are most abundant and less expensive. Read more here.

Wright Steps Up Ground Testing for 2.5MW Electric Motor – AIN, April 26, 2024

Wright Electric has started ground-testing the electric propulsion system it is developing for aircraft in the 100-seat class. The company announced on April 25 that engineers have begun development work with its Wright Electric Aircraft Engine Test Cell (WEAETC) at its headquarters in Albany, New York.

The new test cell will evaluate the 2-megawatt Wright 1A motor with both a Lycoming LF507-F turbofan and a propeller from a C-130 military aircraft. In a second phase of ground testing, the company will start work on the 2.5MW WM2500 motor, featuring an integrated custom drive, that is being developed with backing from the U.S. government’s ARPA-E Ascend program. More here.

Regenerative Farming is Key to Fashion’s Sustainable Future – Sourcing Journal, April 24, 2024

Fashion brands from high-end to high streets have introduced regenerative agriculture practices into their supply chains to boost sustainability. These farming practices work in harmony with nature. Reducing chemical fertilizers and pesticides, minimizing tillage and reintroducing traditional crop rotations are no mere trend—they are essential for the apparel sector’s transition to a more sustainable future. Read more here.

Israel’s Architect of Ethnic Cleansing – Consortium News, April 23, 2024

Since 1948, Israel has invoked the Holocaust to justify the forced expulsion of Arabs from Palestine to create a Jewish state, but the systematic blueprint for ethnic cleansing was being drawn up years earlier by a Zionist zealot named Yosef Weitz. In November 1940 – eight years before the founding of the state of Israel – Weitz wrote: 

“It must be clear that there is no room in the country for both peoples … If the Arabs leave it, the country will become wide and spacious for us …. The only solution is a Land…without Arabs. There is no room here for compromises… There is no way but to transfer the Arabs from here to the neighbouring countries … Not one village must be left, not one tribe… There is no other solution.” More here.

Gaza Shows Us The Difference Between Evil Autocracies And Free Democracies – Caitlin Johnstone, April 30, 2024

We’re always hearing international conflicts framed as a battle between Free Democracies and Evil Autocracies. What is the difference between a Free Democracy and an Evil Autocracy? Well, let’s look at the situation in Gaza to help us understand the distinction.

In Evil Autocracies the leaders commit genocide for hateful and racist reasons, whereas in Free Democracies the leaders commit genocide for noble and righteous reasons. In Evil Autocracies the police are summoned to break up student protests in order to ensure the safety of the government, whereas in Free Democracies the police are summoned to break up student protests in order to ensure the safety of the students. Read more here.

The Little-Known Problems With FISA Revealed – The Epoch Times, April 19, 2024

FISA, which stands for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, has been in the news and all over the X platform for the last couple of weeks as Congress voted on reauthorizing Section 702. But there’s also been a lot of confusion. Not just about the convoluted procedural aspects and varying elements of the bills and amendments in Congress, but also surrounding the various FISA provisions themselves.

Just what is FISA Section 702, and how, exactly, does it really work? How is it differentiated from the other provisions of the FISA Act, and why has it been abused so often by the federal government? Read more here.

What a TikTok Ban in the US Could Mean For You – AP News, April 24, 2024

No, TikTok will not suddenly disappear from your phone. Nor will you go to jail if you continue using it after it is banned. After years of attempts to ban the Chinese-owned app, including by former President Donald Trump, a measure to outlaw the popular video-sharing app has won congressional approval and is on its way to President Biden for his signature. The measure gives Beijing-based parent company ByteDance nine months to sell the company, with a possible additional three months if a sale is in progress. If it doesn’t, TikTok will be banned.

So what does this mean for you, a TikTok user, or perhaps the parent of a TikTok user? Here are some key questions and answers. Read more here.

Russia Responds Precisely on Target – Armstrong Economics, April 25, 2024

Nearly $300 billion worth of confiscated frozen Russian assets have been set to the side by the West. Some of the world’s leading decision-makers have been urging the powers that be to release these funds into Ukraine, arming Russia’s enemy with the private wealth of its own citizens. Russia has finally responded to these threats near our critical turning point during the week of April 19/20, 2024.

Russian authorities released a statement to say that they are fully prepared to implement retaliatory measures. Read more here.

China’s Intelligence Shakeup Boosts Information Warfare – SpyTalk, April 25, 2024

IN A MAJOR SHAKEUP at the top of China’s intelligence and security apparatus, President Xi Jinping last Friday unexpectedly abolished its key eavesdropping and codebreaking agency, the Strategic Support Force (SSF) and replaced it with three new agencies put directly under the Chinese Communist Party’s military oversight body, the Central Military Commission.

It’s the rough political equivalent of President Biden abolishing the NSA and creating three new powerful spy agencies under the direct purview of the White House National Security Council. More here.

Canadian Municipality Now Requires a QR Code – The Counter Signal, April 25, 2024

A Canadian town in the Gulf of St. Lawrence has become the first municipality in the country to officially require a QR code to enter and leave. Officials say that the requirement of a QR code to enter or leave the archipelago Îles-de-la-Madeleine will only be for tourists, while residents will be required to show their driver’s licence to enter or leave.

The decision to require a QR code and identification for the municipality’s 12,000+ residents came after the municipal government announced they would begin charging all visitors who come to Îles-de-la-Madeleine $30, something which hasn’t gone down well with the locals or their family members who visit them. More here.

The Raising of Conscious Energy – Substack, April 24, 2024

To all intents and purposes, it would seem that humanity, life on this planet, and the planet itself, have a timeline in which to accomplish evolutionary goals in alignment with larger cosmic cycles. According to various investigations into earth cataclysms, there are regular intervals where great upheaval is experienced upon the earth, often accompanied by a magnetic reversal or what is generally referred to as a ‘pole flip.’ These geomagnetic reversals are said to be related to when our solar system passes through a particular portion of galactic space. One perspective is that there are regions of extremely low magnetic fields, sometimes called null zones, that precede geomagnetic reversals. Another perspective, gaining popularity, is that around every 12,000 years or so our solar system passes through an energized portion of galactic space known as the ‘galactic rift’ or ‘galactic sheet.’ This zone of heightened energy is a catalyst for triggering these periodic pole shifts upon the earth. These are very brief allusions to various forms of cataclysmic perspectives. What can be proposed, without little doubt, is that the earth goes through periods of relative calm (cosmically speaking), interspersed with cyclical interventions that bring great upheaval. More here.

The writer of this article, Kingsley Dennis, is a member of Quartet, an Arlington Institute’s fortnightly episodic premium feature where John Petersen, Gregg Braden, Penny Kelly, Kingsley Dennis, and Mark Gober share their unique insights on this extraordinary global transition, what is happening, and what is on the horizon. To learn more on Quartet episodes, click here.

The Awakened Species – Telegram, April 26, 2024

While most people are struggling to write music in one direction, this guy could casually compose in four at the same time.

Though Bach is known for his masterful compositions, many people do not know that he was also deaf, so the sheer scope of his brilliance lies far beyond the limits of human comprehension. More here.

Domestic Violence Statistics 2024 – Tech Report, January 24, 2024

Domestic violence can permeate the most intimate spaces in devastating ways. As concerning statistics emerge on the prevalence of abuse within relationships, it becomes clear that this issue requires urgently compassionate solutions. Studies suggest domestic violence impacts a diversity of demographics, though women aged 18-24 may face particular risks.

Accounting for 15% of total violent crime nationwide, intimate violence leaves deep scars, both physical and psychological. Its victims can feel trapped in a cycle of control they cannot escape alone. Beyond physical abuse, domestic violence encompasses emotional manipulation and sexual coercion as well. In this article, relevant statistics and surveys on domestic violence are gathered to not only understand the scale but also inform efforts to empower those who suffer the most. Read more here.

Stability of the World’s Economy: How Close Are We to the Edge? – The Epoch Times, April 21, 2024

The world is facing potential economic instability. Central banks all over are tackling inflation. With the global pandemic behind us, we have international debts and threats to commerce causing geopolitical unrest. This is in addition to protests, mass illegal immigration, climate change policies, and wars that are coming to a boiling point. What is on the horizon? How stable is the world’s economy? Read more here.

Military Spending Is Destroying the World – The Unz Review, April 25, 2024

A new cold war is looming. The global arms war has reached its highest levels in history. Military expenditures have reached $2 trillion $443 billion in the year 2023 across the five continents including the Middle East. These are record numbers. The Stockholm International Institute for Peace Research has revealed that the global military burden increased to 2.3% last year, with the rate of military spending as a percentage of government spending rising to 6.9%, and global military spending per capita reaching $309. 

Experts see the increase in the military expenditure as a reaction to the ongoing deterioration of global security. They warn of the danger of entering a spiral of action and reaction in light of an increasingly fragile global geopolitical and security system. Will these governments be drawn into unintended conflicts as a result of this arms sale? Read more here.

20 States Want to Allow Assisted Suicide – The Epoch Times, April 18, 2024

Minnesota is looking to adopt laws that would allow “assisted suicide.” There are programs where the government allows people to ask their doctors to kill them, and the killing is framed as a type of medical procedure. There are 20 U.S. states currently considering these laws, but the ideas are becoming increasingly controversial, as people look to countries like Canada to see where the laws could lead. People are being recommended assisted suicide as if it were a normal medical procedure, even when they haven’t requested it. And there is growing concern over assisted suicide being offered to people with mental disabilities, or even to children. Read more here.
FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH – articles off the beaten track which may – or may not – have predictive value.

Whirling Fish, Bees, Worms, Sheep, Turtles, Penguins – Cellular Phone Task Force, April 16, 2024

In February 2023, in the middle of the Florida Keys, a long, narrow string of islands hooking down into the ocean from Miami, many different kinds of fish, both common and rare, began spinning round and round, or swimming frantically in circles, until they beached themselves and died. This has continued, and as of April 5, 2024 has been observed in more than 50 species, including: sharks, rays, snappers, pilchards, grunts, blue runners, squid, Goliath grouper, tarpon, snook, redfish, leatherjacket, yellowfin mojarra, scaled sardine, toadfish, mullet, permit, ballyhoo, jack crevalle, yellow jack, bonefish, pinfish, bigeye scad, sand perch, needlefish, spadefish, and the critically endangered smalltooth sawfish.

No cause for this has been found. There is no evidence of a red tide, low oxygen levels, high temperatures, or parasites in the dead fish. More here.

Jimmy Carter Files Report on UFO Sighting – History, 1973

President Jimmy Carter files a report with the International UFO Bureau on September 18, 1973, claiming he had seen an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) in October 1969.

During the presidential campaign of 1976, Democratic challenger Carter was forthcoming about his belief that he had seen a UFO. He described waiting outside for a Lion’s Club Meeting in Leary, Georgia, to begin, at about 7:30 p.m., when he spotted what he called “the darndest thing I’ve ever seen” in the sky. Carter, as well as 10 to 12 other people who witnessed the same event, described the object as “very bright [with] changing colors and about the size of the moon.” Carter reported that “the object hovered about 30 degrees above the horizon and moved in toward the earth and away before disappearing into the distance.” He later told a reporter that, after the experience, he vowed never again to ridicule anyone who claimed to have seen a UFO. Read more here.

Man Reveals Heart-Warming Friendship With Young Fox That He Cured of Illness in the Wild – Good News Network, April 29, 2024

A wildlife fan has struck up an extraordinary friendship with a young fox after he noticed she was ill. Bob Dunlop realized the fox had developed mange on her tail after spying her lack of hair on wildlife cameras set up near his home in Littleport, Cambridgeshire.

The 69-year-old worked out where the animal’s den was located and began to treat the cub by feeding it bread with a homeopathic remedy recommended by a wildlife expert. Their heart-warming friendship blossomed as the young kit began to greet Mr Dunlop on his daily walks through the English forest. Read more here.
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