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China Has Fired Up An “Artificial Sun”

China has successfully fired up an artificial sun that reached temperatures of 120 million degrees Celcius.  This is just another step on their quest for nuclear fusion.

While the United States is worried about which pronouns are correct and who should be punished for wrong think, China is firing up an artificial sun as they attempt nuclear fusion. China succeeding in holding plasma of 120 million degrees Celsius for close to two minutes. Chinese daily Global Times reported that the so-called artificial sun as the Chinese nuclear fusion project is known also succeeded in maintaining plasma at 160 million degrees Celsius for 20 seconds.

These times, while not very long in absolute terms, are records in the quest for nuclear fusion, according to a report by RT. The next step would be to maintain these temperatures for as long as a week, according to a physics professor from the Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen.

Russia has also recently reported on its research into nuclear fusion. Earlier this month, state media said the T-15MD tokamak had been powered for the first time.

According to OilPrice, if nuclear fusion is achieved, the implications for humanity would be massive. Among the benefits of the technology is ultrapowerful energy that is cheap to produce, emission-free, and virtually limitless. Nuclear fusion leaves no radioactive waste, either, which makes it as close to the perfect source of energy as possible.

That is if the rulers who are attempting this choose to share the benefits with humanity.  Remember, the ruling class has no desire to help its slaves, only to ensure their compliance and obedience to their commands.

Continue to use common sense and discernment when it comes to everything, including nuclear fusion. My guess is they will want to sell us clean, free energy in the future. We are not told the whole truth about anything and that would include nuclear fusion. Stay alert and prepared.  Refuse to live in a state of fear and stay prepared for whatever you can.

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Climate activists elected to board of ExxonMobil after hedge fund’s push

Climate change activists will sit on the board of oil industry giant ExxonMobil in a historic first, after a hedge fund’s successful campaign to push the energy firm toward renewables.

What are the details?

The New York Times reported that Exxon shareholders voted Wednesday to elect “at least two board candidates nominated by activist investors who pledged to steer the company toward cleaner energy and away from oil and gas.”

A hedge fund dubbed Engine No. 1 put forward a slate of independent board candidates, and was successful in its campaign to switch out board members. CNBC reported that Engine No. 1 “has a 0.02% stake in Exxon,” and “has been targeting the company since December over the oil giant’s need to shift away from fossil fuel dependency.”

The Hill reported that “the activist hedge fund, which has a minor stake in Exxon at just $50 million, was formed last year with the goal of shifting Exxon’s approach to climate change.” Exxon has a market value of roughly $250 billion.

But Engine No. 1 was able to gain the support of Exxon’s top shareholders in its climate change initiative, winning “the backing of the three biggest U.S. pension funds, the two biggest advisory services, and at least one of the three biggest fund managers,” The Washington Post reported.

The outlet noted that those three fund managers are BlackRock, Vanguard, and State Street, who altogether “hold more than 20 percent of ExxonMobile’s shares.”

Exxon announced in a press release that preliminary vote estimates indicate that shareholders elected Engine No. 1 nominees Gregory Goff and Kaisa Hietala to the board. According to Axios, “Hietala is a a former renewables executive with the refining company Neste and Goff is the former CEO of the refiner Andeavor.”

“We welcome all of our new directors and look forward to working with them constructively and collectively on behalf of all shareholders,” Exxon chairman and CEO Darren Woods said in a statement.

“We’ve been actively engaging with shareholders and received positive feedback and support, particularly for our announcements relating to low-carbon solutions and progress in efforts to reduce costs and improve earnings,” he continued. “We heard from shareholders today about their desire to further these efforts, and we are well positioned to respond.”

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Biden vows to replace entire gov’t fleet of nearly 650K cars and trucks with electric vehicles

President Joe Biden vowed on Monday to replace the entire fleet of government cars and trucks with “clean electric vehicles” during his presidency as a way to lead the charge on climate issues and make good on his promise to launch a “clean energy revolution.”

What did he say?

“The federal government also owns an enormous fleet of vehicles, which we’re going to replace with clean electric vehicles made right here in America made by American workers creating … a million autoworker jobs and clean energy and vehicles that are net-zero emissions,” Biden said during a signing ceremony for his new “Buy America” executive order.

“This will be the largest mobilization of public investment and procurement, infrastructure, and [research and development] since World War Two,” he added.

The move will affect more than 645,000 cars and trucks currently owned by the federal government, according to the General Services Administration, and is expected to cost at least $20 billion. Roughly one-third of the government vehicles are operated by the U.S. Postal Service.

CNBC noted that the initiative will be difficult and costly, given the fact that very few companies in America are currently manufacturing completely electric vehicles.

“There are currently only a handful of all-electric vehicles being assembled in the U.S. Tesla, General Motors and Nissan Motor produce EVs domestically, while Ford Motor and others have announced plans to do some,” the news outlet noted.

But some believe the industry is about to go through a transformation — and quickly.

“The current offerings are pretty slim, but the industry’s about to unleash an avalanche of new product, and a lot of it built in North America,” Kristin Dziczek, vice president of industry, labor, and economics at the Center for Automotive Research, said in an interview with CNBC. “Just about every U.S. plant is going to have a hybrid or electric product.”

GSA reported that as of July 2020, only 3,215 of the government-owned cars or trucks were electric vehicles.

Anything else?

Biden repeatedly touted plans to shift the country away from gas-powered vehicles while on the campaign trail last year.

In July, he suggested as a part of a $2 trillion climate plan to completely outlaw new production of light- and medium-duty gas-powered vehicles through the implementation of rigorous new fuel economy standards.

While that drastic action has not yet been taken, it has only been days since Biden was sworn in to office, and it is clear that he intends to make top-down enforcement of clean energy initiatives a priority of his administration.

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