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Temperature extremes: Severe fire danger for Australia as November high temperatures smash records

Parts of Australia, including Sydney, sweltered through the hottest November night on record with temperatures likely to stay high on Sunday, prompting authorities to issue a total fire ban. Sydney CBD surpassed 40 degrees Celsius (104 F) on Saturday while swathes of western New South Wales, South Australia and northern Victoria baked through even higher temperatures nearing 45 degrees. Temperatures are expected to cross 40 degrees for a second straight day on Sunday while the Bureau of Meteorology has predicted a five or six-day heatwave for parts of northern New South Wales and southeast Queensland.

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Severe fire danger for Australia as November high temperatures smash records

Parts of Australia, including Sydney, sweltered through the hottest November night on record with temperatures likely to stay high on Sunday, prompting authorities to issue a total fire ban. Sydney CBD surpassed 40 degrees Celsius (104 F) on Saturday while swathes of western New South Wales, South Australia and northern Victoria baked through even higher temperatures nearing 45 degrees. Temperatures are expected to cross 40 degrees for a second straight day on Sunday while the Bureau of Meteorology has predicted a five or six-day heatwave for parts of northern New South Wales and southeast Queensland.

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Deadly floods in Andhra Pradesh, India after rain from Cyclone Nivar – at least 8 killed

The state government of Andhra Pradesh, India, report severe flooding caused by heavy rainfall following the passage of Cyclone Nivar. Cyclone Nivar made landfall to the north of Puducherry on 26 November 2020, causing severe wind damage and some flooding in low-lying areas of Tamil Nadu, including Chennai. Nivar also brought heavy rainfall to parts of Andhra Pradesh, where flooding has affected Chittoor, Nellore and Kadapa districts. Six flood-related fatalities were reported in Chittoor district and 2 in Kadapa.

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Deadly floods in Andhra Pradesh, India after heavy rain from Cyclone Nivar – at least 8 killed -100,000 hectares of crops damaged

The state government of Andhra Pradesh, India, report severe flooding caused by heavy rainfall following the passage of Cyclone Nivar. Cyclone Nivar made landfall to the north of Puducherry on 26 November 2020, causing severe wind damage and some flooding in low-lying areas of Tamil Nadu, including Chennai. Nivar also brought heavy rainfall to parts of Andhra Pradesh, where flooding has affected Chittoor, Nellore and Kadapa districts. Six flood-related fatalities were reported in Chittoor district and 2 in Kadapa.

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Over 300 detained in Belarus days after embattled President Lukashenko promises he’ll stand down

A human rights group in Belarus says over 300 people have been detained during Sunday protests against the country’s authoritarian president, who won his sixth term in office in a vote widely seen as rigged. The protests took place in Minsk, the capital, and other cities and attracted thousands of people. In Minsk, large crowds gathered in different parts of the city despite the snowy weather for what has been dubbed as the Neighbors’ March, blocking the roads in some areas. “Neighbor for neighbor against dictatorship,” one protest banner read.

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Meteor fireball sighted by 90 observers over Germany

About 90 sightings were notified to the fireball network within a span of some hours, according to Berlin’s Technical University. Western Germany on Saturday witnessed a mysterious fireball darting through its night sky, as per the statement of some astronomers. The bright streak caused by the fireball lasted about 5 to 7 seconds, ending in a jade (forest green) colour and diverging into two smaller blips, a witness at Siegen near Bonn had conveyed to the “fireball network.” The said network is run by Berlin’s Technical University (TU) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR). “Most probably it was an asteroid fragment that had entered the atmosphere,” said DLR fireball expert Dieter Heinlein on Sunday, linking the position of the spectacle the evening before to be over Kassel city in central Germany.

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Vitamin D to be delivered free to care homes as lockdown leads to increased deficiency

There are fears that as a result of lockdowns triggered by the pandemic, many people may be at a higher risk of deficiency. Free vitamin D deliveries will be offered to around 2.7 million vulnerable people by the government, officials have said. Vitamin D is necessary for immune system health, leading experts to question whether it may help reduce the risk or severity of the coronavirus. Comment: It’s considered necessary and yet it has taken the government this long to start prescribing it during what they claim is a deadly pandemic? Care homes across England will be sent the supplement automatically for their residents, in plans revealed on Saturday.

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‘We’re not backing down’: Staten Island pub declares itself ‘autonomous zone’ in defiance of Cuomo

A pub in Staten Island, New York, established itself as an “autonomous zone” in defiance of Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s COVID-19 edicts. “!ATTENTION! We hereby declare this establishment an !!!AUTONOMOUS ZONE!!!” signs proclaimed outside Mac’s Public House in Grant City, according to the New York Post. “We refuse to abide by any rules and regulations put forth by the Mayor of NYC and Governor of NY State.” The signs referenced last summer’s short-lived anarchist settlement in Seattle, Washington, which fizzled when law enforcement disbanded them.

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Flooding of desert after heavy rain south of Al Quoz, UAE

The miracle of the desert! Flooding south of Al Quoz, UAE after heavy rains 28 November 2020.

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Joe Biden fractures foot, needs walking boot

President-elect Joe Biden fractured his foot while playing with one of his dogs — and will need to wear a walking boot for several weeks as a result, his doctor said Sunday. The 78-year-old Democrat slipped while playing with his German Shepherd, Major, on Saturday and visited an orthopedist in Delaware for an examination on Sunday afternoon. While initial X-rays showed “no obvious fracture,” a subsequent CT scan “confirmed hairline (small) fractures of President-elect Biden’s lateral and intermediate cuneiform bones, which are in the mid-foot,” according to a statement from his doctor Kevin O’Connor.

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Michigan witness: I saw the Detroit plan to destroy all provisional ballots, hurt Republicans

Michigan activist Adam de Angeli has come forward to disclose that he was the whistleblower behind #DetroitLeaks, that showed the plan to make the steal. The #DetroitLeaks series suggests that there was an official plan all along to commit voter fraud and cover it up. #DetroitLeaks was a series of articles published at Big League Politics by intrepid journalist Shane Trejo that showed Detroit training poll workers on how to cover-up voter fraud, destroy ballots from people they didn’t like, and use COVID as a bad faith excuse to keep Republicans away.

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Now that election is over, quack Dr. Fauci says it’s OK to open schools after all

Back in July Senator Rand Paul, who is a medical doctor, slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci for failing to provide leadership on the closing of schools due to the coronavirus. Senator Paul argued that spread of the virus is very low among young people and that America should send children back to school. This was a scathing attack on the power-drunk Director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

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Judge blocks, unblocks, then blocks Georgia from wiping or resetting election machines

UPDATE: In a third order issued late Sunday night, a federal judge overseeing Sidney Powell’s Georgia lawsuit granted a temporary restraining order on elections officials in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee counties, to prohibit them from allowing “alteration, destruction, or erasure of any software or data on any Dominion voting machines” used in the 2020 elections. The judge’s decision allowed Powell to amend a previous complaint to include the counties in possession of the voting machines. — A federal judge presiding over a major election lawsuit in Georgia on Nov. 29 issued and then reversed an order directing the state to cease and desist wiping or resetting election machines. “Defendants are ordered to maintain the status quo & are temporarily enjoined from wiping or resetting any voting machines in the State of Georgia until further order of the court,” U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten Sr. wrote in an emergency order issued Nov. 29.

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Trump on 2020 presidential contest: ‘This election is a total fraud’

“This election was rigged,” Trump said during an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News. President Trump during an interview on Sunday continued to make allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election, as legal battles over the all-important contest are being pursued weeks after Election Day. “This election was rigged,” Trump said during an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.” “This election is a total fraud.”

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Team Biden hails ‘barrier-shattering’ all-female White House communications team

Presumptive president-elect Joe Biden is again making an identitarian breakthrough – this time proudly announcing an all-female White House press team – with former State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki as his new spokeswoman. Kate Bedingfield, who was communications director for Biden’s presidential campaign, has been named White House communications director, while former immigrant-rights advocate Pili Tobar will be her deputy, the Biden transition team announced on Sunday. Jen Psaki, who oversees confirmations for the transition team, has been named White House press secretary, meaning she will be the lead spokeswoman for the president in media briefings. Former MSNBC political analyst Karine Jean-Pierre will be her principal deputy.

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Biggest solar flare in more than 3 years detected

Yesterday (Nov. 29th at 1311UT), Earth-orbiting satellites detected the biggest solar flare in more than 3 years. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded this extreme-ultraviolet movie of the M4.4 category blast. X-rays and UV radiation from the flare ionized the top of Earth’s atmosphere, producing a shortwave radio blackout over the South Atlantic: map. Ham radio operators and mariners may have noticed strange propagation effects at frequencies below 20 MHz, with some transmissions below 10 MHz completely extinquished. Remarkably, this flare was even bigger than it seems. The blast site is located just behind the sun’s southeastern limb. As a result, the explosion was partially eclipsed by the body of the sun. It might have been an X-class event. The flare also hurled a significant coronal mass ejection (CME) into space, shown here in a coronagraph movie from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO).

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South Wales Police branded ‘Covid-19 STASI’ after preventing couple from delivering Christmas gifts to family

Welsh police have nabbed a couple trying to take Christmas presents to relatives in Cardiff, sparking accusations that the enforcement of “draconian” Covid-19 measures has taken precedence over more pressing public safety issues. The ‘gift-smugglers’ were turned away after travelling from Essex to drop off packages for their family in the Welsh capital, South Wales Police said, claiming that the culprits had violated recently-implemented Covid-19 legislation. Police did not disclose whether the pair were fined or faced other punishment for their apparent misdeed. The couple were stopped as part of 110 random vehicle checks carried out in Cardiff over the past 24 hours, as part of a temporary measure aimed at ensuring that outside visitors were not engaging in any ‘non-essential’ travel. Twelve people have been slapped with fines and 15 others have received warnings since the new policing power was implemented on Friday. The searches will end in the late afternoon on November 29.

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Torrential rain in São Carlos, Brazil turns streets into rivers

The city of São Carlos, in the interior of São Paulo, was hit on Thursday (26) by a heavy rain that caused flooding and several damages. The storm was so intense that in just over 1 hour the accumulated volume reached 138 millimeters, according to information from the State Civil Defense. The central region suffered the most. According to data from official agencies, due to the force of the water, several cars were dragged and, in some cases, even stacked. In addition, approximately 40 residences, at least 100 commercial establishments and even rooms in an Emergency Care Unit (UPA) ended up being flooded, which generated many losses and considerable apprehension to the population.

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Candace Owens celebrates win against ‘communist’ censors as Facebook fact-checkers forced to remove ‘correction’ to Biden post

Conservative commentator Candace Owens is celebrating forcing PolitiFact, a third-party fact-checker for Facebook, to issue a correction to a previous ‘fact-check’ of her post stating Joe Biden is not technically president-elect. “Weeks ago, Facebook censored a post of mine which truthfully stated that Joe Biden is NOT the President-elect,” Owens tweeted on Saturday. After PolitiFact, which works with Facebook to police misinformation on the social media platform, ‘corrected’ her original post – a video explaining Biden is not the official president-elect until all state votes have been certified and Trump’s various lawsuits have played out – Owens said she got lawyers involved, and PolitiFact ultimately issued a correction to their original post. “Correction: PolitiFact originally labeled this video false in our capacity as a third-party fact-checker for Facebook. On Nov. 20, an appeal to that decision was made on behalf of Ms. Owens,” PolitiFact posted to Facebook. “PolitiFact…

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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Equatorial eruptions, electric petroglyphs and blizzards

Myth and legend come to the skies as plasma ropes follow Earths magnetic field lines and higher voltage interact with atoms and parts of Jacobs Ladder come to life. Equatorial eruption to 50,000 feet Indonesia and a blizzard in the USA.

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BEST OF THE WEB: Breaking the social contract: Government wages war on the people.

We the people, are at war with our government/s, whether individuals comprehend it or not. It is the inescapable conclusion after months of increasingly irrational and authoritarian policies steam rolled out, allegedly, in response to Covid19. Inescapable because, there is now a profusion of expert opinion and testimony that we are being lied to, and the Corona fraud is being used to further the malicious agenda of the World Economic Forum, who gleefully acknowledge Covid19 as being the catalyst for acceleration of their scheme. Government’s globally have viciously shredded the social contract, and systematically lay waste to the lives of millions of their constituents. It is patently not an act of incompetence, but a deliberate, treasonous act of societal immolation. Cynically sacrificing the lower and middle classes, to the religion of the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda. And they won’t stop there. Despite the calamitous predictions again proving unfounded, Daily Mail…

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Chernobyl fungus could shield astronauts from cosmic radiation

A recent study tested how well the fungi species Cladosporium sphaerospermum blocked cosmic radiation aboard the International Space Station. When astronauts return to the moon or travel to Mars, how will they shield themselves against high levels of cosmic radiation? A recent experiment aboard the International Space Station suggests a surprising solution: a radiation-eating fungus, which could be used as a self-replicating shield against gamma radiation in space. The fungus is called Cladosporium sphaerospermum, an extremophile species that thrives in high-radiation areas like the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. For C. sphaerospermum, radiation isn’t a threat — it’s food. That’s because the fungus is able to convert gamma radiation into chemical energy through a process called radiosynthesis. (Think of it like photosynthesis, but swap out sunlight for radiation.) The radiotrophic fungus performs radiosynthesis by using melanin — the same pigment that gives color to our skin, hair…

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Don’t believe messages about ‘olive branches’ and ‘moving forward’ from anti-Trump celebs & pols – they’re as hateful as ever

Alyssa Milano is the latest celeb to offer an “olive branch” to Trump backers after calling them racist in the past. Less than 48 hours later, she was back to her venomous rhetoric, proving calls for unity are just lip service. “I’d like to extend an olive branch to Trump supporters,” Milano tweeted this week. “I am ready to move #ForwardTogether. There’s so much work to do to heal the nation. Let’s be a part of the solution and not add to the problems we face.” The actress-turned-Democrat-activist called for other liberals to join her in this supposed call for unity, and reading the replies it’s pretty clear a Joe Biden victory is going to do nothing to solve the bitter divisions in this country.

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It’s in the code: Hanky-panky in Virginia’s votes

Based on Internet blogger “Pede’s” analysis of “votes switched” from Trump to Biden, and of “votes lost” (thrown away) — mostly votes for Trump, and my own analyses to detect imaginary “votes added” for Biden, I have decided to continue examining states where everylegalvote.com says ballot fraud occurred in the 2020 presidential election. “Pede” identified two states — Virginia and Minnesota — where there were hundreds of thousands of “votes lost,” a sure indicator of fraud, even though those states’ votes are not being recounted, nor are there legal challenges. Additionally, AT’s Andrea Widburg, on November 16 in “There may have been massive voter fraud in Virginia”, noted strange happenings in the vote totals and allocations in the wee hours of November 4. I have read the JSON code provided by the New York Times (see below), and I concur. Translating the code in the graphic above, we see that at 11:03 PM EST on November 3, total votes were 2,724,165, and Trump had 1,419,290…

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