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Thursday, 25 January

00:58

Friend, not foe: Review highlights benefits of predators and scavengers "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Predators help humans far more than theyre given credit for, despite the antagonistic nature of the relationship, according to a review of studies. While predators and scavengers are a large source of conflict, such as big cats in Africa and Asia or dingoes in Australia, there are many examples where they may provide benefits to humans, Christopher OBryan, an ecologist at the University of Queensland in Australia, said in a statement. Our paper identifies studies that have shown these benefits across a broad spectrum. If reintroduced in parts of the U.S., mountain lions could help keep the deer population in check, which would likely lower the number of deer-car collisions, one study found. Photo by Julia Larsen Maher/WCS. Predators are typically better known for harassing pets and livestock, or being a source of disease, than they are for the valuable and often less visible services they provide. But predator numbers are down around the world: Leopards are found in less than a quarter of their historical range, for example, and most vulture species numbers are sliding too. Those types of trends have scientists worried that we might not understand predators importance before its too late. So OBryan and his colleagues combed the scientific literature, searching for information about how these animals impact our lives. Their review uncovered many examples of documented benefits from predators, from mountain lions reducing deer-vehicle collisions and bats saving corn farmers billions per year by reducing crop pests, to vultures savings millions in livestock

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Wednesday, 24 January

15:35

New Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement less problematic "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Hallelujah moment: Revised TPP to be signed in March Radio New Zealand, 23 Jan 18 The revised Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement is to be signed in March, the Trade Minister has confirmed. Australias Trade Minister, Steve Ciobo, said the 11 nations, including New Zealand, are finally at the finish line following talks between officials in Tokyo

The rebranded the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), covers nearly 500 million people and the 11 countries involved make up 14 percent of global economic activity, or about $US10 trillion.

If the trade pact is successfully concluded, lower barriers and standardised rules are expected, making it easier for businesses to sell their goods and services in these markets.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Canadas Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the agreement the right deal.

The countrys trade minister said it included an improved arrangement on autos with Japan and the suspension of intellectual property provisions that had been a concern.
Trade specialist Stephen Jacobi  said it was a less problematic deal than the initial one.

It suspends a number of the more problematic areas of TPP, particularly intellectual property provisions and some aspects of the investor state settlement that was very controversial in New Zealand.

Its taken the hard edge off TPP in those areas.

Mr Jacobi said [New Zealand] parliament needed to ratify the agreement, but while he did not think there would be major issues passing it in Ne...

15:32

Helen Caldicott on Our Denial of the Threat of Nuclear Armageddon "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

 http://www.truth-out.org/progressivepicks/item/42494-helen-caldicott-on-our-denial-of-the-threat-of-nuclear-armageddonNovember 05, 2017By Mark Karlin, Truthout | Interview  Since the corporate media give short shrift to the peril of nuclear weapons, most world residents are unaware of how close we are to nuclear annihilation. So argues advocate and physician Dr. Helen Caldicott, editor of Sleepwalking to Armageddon: The Threat of Nuclear Annihilation, in this interview with Truthout.
Mark Karlin: Despite Donald Trumps insinuation that he might launch a first-strike nuclear attack on North Korea, the anti-nuclear weapons movement is still relatively quiescent. Do you have thoughts as to why most people on the Earth are sleepwalking to Armageddon?

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15:31

Minerals Council lobbying hard for the coal industry "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Minerals Council steps up coal advocacy despite BHP call for neutrality, MCA publicises report asking governments to commit similar resources to carbon capture and storage as to renewables, Guardian, Michael Slezak@MikeySlezak, 23 Jan 2018 The Minerals Council of Australia has stepped up its advocacy for coal power in spite of its biggest member, BHP, saying it will leave the group unless it shifts its stance to become technology-neutral.

15:28

Australian governments repressive action against charities "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Silencing the Poorhttps://probonoaustralia.com.au/news/2018/01/silencing-the-poor/By attacking charities and their ability to advocate, were creating a society where only those with power and access to start with have the ability to influence policy, writes Anglicare Australia executive director Kasy Chambers.   23rd January 2018      Kasy Chambers     @ProBonoNews  Over the past four years, community organisations and charities have gotten used to being under sustained attack. Think of the de-funding (and later re-funding) of community legal centres, the targeting of environment groups, and the...

15:24

Controversial Pacific trade pact revived "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Perth Now Lisa Martin with Reuters | AAP  January 24, 2018   The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, which had been on life support since Americas withdrawal, has finally been resuscitated.

The 11 remaining countries are expected to sign a tweaked agreement on March 8 in Chile, Trade Minister Steve Ciobo has confirmed.

Canada threw a spanner in the works at the APEC summit in Vietnam last year derailing efforts to finalise the deal.

Ottawa has since been coaxed back to the fold following lobbying efforts from Tokyo and Canberra.The TPP 11 is made up of:

 Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam..

 Some opponents of the TPP fear it opens doors for companies to sue governments for changing policies if it harms their investments. The deal has a controversial investor state dispute settlement clause.

* China is not part of the TPP and is trying to get up a rival deal with seven TPP countries, including Australia, and eight others. 

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnershp is much narrower and less ambitious....

15:19

Critical year for USA nuclear industry "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Watershed year ahead for US nuclear industry 22 January 2018  This may be a watershed year for the US nuclear industry, which must maintain a strong domestic sector by keeping its reactors operating but must also demonstrate it can build new plants, while paving the way for advanced reactors, the Nuclear Energy Institutes (NEI) John Kotek told the US Energy Associations State of the Energy Forum on 18 January

Kotek said the nuclear industry must demonstrate that it can build and complete nuclear plants. He said the decision to proceed with the nuclear construction project at Vogtle in Georgia was significant, offering an opportunity for the US nuclear sector to show it can successfully build new reactors.. http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/NP-Watershed-year-ahead-for-US-nuclear-industry-2201187.html

14:27

RET is met, and Frydenberg concedes more wind and solar will lower prices, improve reliability RenewEconomy "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

New data confirms the 2020 RET will be met well ahead of time, and even energy minister Josh Frydenberg says more wind and solar will cut prices and improve reliability.

via RET is met, and Frydenberg concedes more wind and solar will lower prices, improve reliability RenewEconomy

14:26

Rooftop solar plays key role in reducing, deferring peak in heatwave RenewEconomy "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Rooftop solar was providing more capacity in South Australia than the old Northern coal generator at the height of Thursdays peak. Solar pushed the peak grid demand into early evening.

via Rooftop solar plays key role in reducing, deferring peak in heatwave RenewEconomy

14:09

2018 to see Third Consecutive Mass Coral Bleaching Event for the Great Barrier Reef? robertscribbler "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

One point two degrees Celsius hotter than average (1.2 C). Thats the temperature threshold where 50 percent of the worlds corals are likely to die off according to a scientific study written in Nature during 2013. The El Nino year 2016 was about 1.2 C hotter than 1880s averages. Meanwhile 2017 was about 1.1 C []

via 2018 to see Third Consecutive Mass Coral Bleaching Event for the Great Barrier Reef? robertscribbler

11:34

Meh "IndyWatch Feed Politics.au"

The trade deal formerly known as the TPPA will be signed by its remaining parties in March. Apparently, there have been some more changes - Canada has kept negotiating, as opposed to MFAT, who was willing to sign whatever was put in front of them, no matter how bad - and the truly obnoxious features of the deal (ISDS and US copyright bullshit) were removed or "suspended" in the previous round of negotiations. So now, instead of a deal which was actively bad for New Zealand, we have one which merely seems a bit meh. Oh, free trade weenies are excited, but for the rest of us, it means squat, more a bullet dodged than anything else. And if that's the best we get from free trade, you really have to wonder why we bother with it at all, given the democratic cost of making these deals.

If we learn anything from this experience, it should be that we need more democracy in our foreign policy. This sort of international agreement needs a solid democratic mandate - and that means transparency. The current process, in which deals are made in secret, and our governments lie to us about what's in them, is simply not acceptable in a democracy. It has to change.

08:18

Controversial Pacific trade pact revived "IndyWatch Feed National"

The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, which had been on life support since Americas withdrawal, has finally been resuscitated.

The 11 remaining countries are expected to sign a tweaked agreement on March 8 in Chile, Trade Minister Steve Ciobo has confirmed.

Canada threw a spanner in the works at the APEC summit in Vietnam last year derailing efforts to finalise the deal.Ottawa has since been coaxed back to the fold following lobbying efforts from Tokyo and Canberra.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland overnight, Canadas Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the agreement the right deal.

Canadas trade minister said in a statement it included an improved arrangement on autos with Japan and the suspension of intellectual property provisions that had been a concern.

Mr Ciobo said the deal would eliminate 98 per cent of tariffs in a marketplace worth close to $14 trillion.

It hasnt been easy but were finally at the finish line and Aussie businesses will be the big winners, he told AAP.

Under the deal Australian exporters will benefit from new trade agreements with Canada and Mexico and greater market access to Japan, Chile, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Brunei.

Theres also a better deal for Australian cheese and beef exports into Japan and new quotas for rice and wheat.Australian sugar will also have better access to Japan, Canada and Mexicos markets.

Mr Ciobo, who is at the World Economic Forum in Davos, hailed the Turnbull governments persistence.

Labor and Bill Shorten declared this trade agreement dead and wanted to walk away, he said.

If it was up to them they would shut Australia out of this historic agreement and the big wins it delivers our farmers, manufactures and services providers.

He expects other countries may wish to join up once the agreement is in force.

There has been ongoing speculation Indonesia may be interested.

The agreement was finalised at a meeting of trade officials in Tokyo on Tuesday, something the Australian Industry Group welcomes.

Its very important this is achieved. Its a good breakthrough, chief executive Innes Willox told ABC radio.

He still hopes the US returns to the pact down the track.

FAST FACTS

* The TPP 11 is made up of: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.

* US President Donald Trump pulled America out of the deal a year ago after describing it as a continuing rape of our country.

* It was a key policy of the Obama a...

07:31

Neil Diamond Parkinsons, Rosanne Lindsay, weaponizing healthy people, Venezuela drug shortage, Advanced Medicine Tuesday! Dr. Rashid Buttar, Willpower abundance, Elderly chronic disease, Flu science ignored, Liver cancer, spasmodic dysphonia and MORE! "IndyWatch Feed National"

January 23, 7-9PM ET

Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Neil Diamond Parkinsons Diagnosis What Can He Do Now?

Diamond says he has Parkinsons, retires from touring Neil Diamond is retiring from touring after he says he was diagnosed with Parkinsons disease. Days shy of his 77th birthday, the rock legend is canceling his tour dates in Australia and New Zealand for March. He was on his 50th anniversary tour. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer offered his sincerest apologies to those who planned to go to his shows and says he plans to still write, record and work on other projects for a long time to come. Diamonds numerous hits include Sweet Caroline, America, Love on the Rocks and Hello Again. Diamond turns 77 on Wednesday and will get the lifetime achievement award at Sundays Grammy awards.

Special Guest Rosanne Lindsay

Rosanne Lindsay, ND, is a Naturopath, certified by the American Naturopathic Medical Certification Board, and a Tribal Healer with the Turtle Island Provider Network. She holds graduate degrees from Trinity School of Natural Health in Naturopathic medicine and from the University of Chicagos School of Public Health in Environmental Health Science.
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02:22

Mesoamerican Reef gets improving bill of health "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

A recent report tracking the health of the Mesoamerican Reef indicates that conservation efforts might be helping to turn the tide for the reef itself and the people who depend on it. Reefs face ever increasing stress which is outpacing that of our management actions, Melanie McField, an ecologist at the Smithsonian Institution, said in a statement. [The] measured improvement in reef health demonstrates our capacity to stem the trajectory of decline. McField directs a consortium of scientific, government, fishing and conservation organizations called the Healthy Reefs for Healthy People Initiative, or HRI, that produces regular report cards on the health of the reef. The most recent one was released in early January and pulls together data from more than 300 sites on the reef that measure the reefs live coral, algae cover and fish populations. Parrotfish are herbivorous and can help keep fleshy green algae on reefs in check. Photo by Francesca Diaco, courtesy of Healthy Reefs Initiative. The Mesoamerican Reef, second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, stretches through 1,000 kilometers (621 miles) of the territorial waters of four countries: Mexico, Guatemala, Belize and Honduras. Despite some differences in how sections of the reef are doing, the general health of the reef as a whole has risen from poor in 2006 to fair today. HRI shared the report just after Belize passed a moratorium on oil and gas exploration to protect its part of the Mesoamerican Reef in late December 2017. Although HRI says

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Tuesday, 23 January

23:46

Magnitude 7.9 280km SE of Kodiak, Alaska January 23, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

USGS Event Page
M 7.9 280km SE of Kodiak, Alaska
2018-01-23 09:31:42 UTC
56.046N   -149.073W
25.0 km depth

Seismotectonics of Alaska
USGS The Aleutian arc extends approximately 3,000 km from the Gulf of Alaska in the east to the Kamchatka Peninsula in the west. It marks the region where the Pacific plate subducts into the mantle beneath the North America plate. This subduction is responsible for the generation of the Aleutian Islands and the deep offshore Aleutian Trench. To read more on the tectonics of Alaska, click here.
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18:07

Study: were going to miss (and overshoot) the 2C warming target "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

From the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON and the Well always have Paris department. Global temperature targets will be missed within decades unless carbon emissions reversed New projections by researchers from the Universities of Southampton and Liverpool, and the Australian National University in Canberra, could be the catalyst the world has sought to determine how best to meet

12:03

Open Government: A progress report "IndyWatch Feed Politics.au"

Back in 2016, the government adopted its second national action plan under the Open Government Partnership, committing to seven specific actions to make our government more open. The OGP requires countries to report regularly on progress, and in addition has an Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) to counteract their natural tendency to spin and bullshit as a substitute for action. The IRM has just released their latest draft report on New Zealand. So, how'd we do?

The good news is: pretty well. The government has actually been doing what it said it would do (which is more than it did last time), and been making clear progress towards meeting its commitments. Looking at some of the specific commitments, they're expecting a lot more information about where our money is going in this year's budget, plans to get all secondary legislation online and in one place (so we can know what the law is) are progressing well, and we now have some basic OIA statistics and a lot more departments are publicising their responses. Work on open data seems to be going less well, due to being moved to a new agency.

At the same time, the IRM notes that we can do more, and has a host of recommendations on how we could be more ambitious in our commitments and how we could take co-creation seriously (these being two real weaknesses: the previous government regarded OGP as a box-ticking exercise, and SSC was unwilling to engage in real consultation, let alone the co-creation required by the OGP). They also criticise the action plan for completely ignoring their past recommendations. The new government might mean we make some progress in those areas.

Finally, they have five key recommendations for the next action plan:

  • Expand the Expert Advisory Panel to include greater civil society representation
  • Reform official information laws and refocus the Open Data and Information Programme to publish social, environmental, and budget expenditure data
  • Develop standards for public consultation on policy initiatives
  • Include anti-corruption commitments in the next action plan, covering whistleblower protection and a public register of company beneficial ownership
  • Introduce citizenship education to increase democratic participation
We're supposed to be developing a new action plan this year, covering June 2018 - June 2020, so I guess we'll see whether the new government and new Minister will rise to this challenge. You can comment on the draft report here.

11:53

Safety for some: those left behind on Manus and Nauru fearful and despairing "IndyWatch Feed National"

After nearly five years of fear and violence on Manus Island approximately 40 men are today flying to safety in the United States as part of the US resettlement deal. For the people left behind in Australian Governments offshore processing regime, hope is running out.

More than 2000 people, including more than 150 children, remain in desperate and dangerous conditions on Manus and Nauru in what the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has called a humanitarian crisis of Australias own making.

Behrouz Boochani, a journalist who has been held on Manus Island for almost five years said, Its a great feeling when you see the faces of the people who were under torture for years who have gotten freedom. On the other hand it's very sad when you see the faces of people who are still living in an uncertain situation and dont know anything about their future.

Over the weekend, the UNHCR reported on a worsening sense of helplessness and hopelessness among asylum-seekers and refugees at all facilities on Manus Island. 

Amy Frew, Lawyer at the Human Rights Law Centre, said, A handful of people have today found relief and hope. The men currently flying to the United States will finally be able to rebuild their lives in safety. But the tragic reality is over two thousand people still remain trapped in endless despair.

This is the second group of refugees to be given safety under the fraught deal, originally struck between Australia and the US under the Obama administration. The agreement, which President Trump called dumb shortly after he first took office, has been dogged by delays and confusion.

More than 1600 refugees have formally expressed interest in being resettled in the US, and the UNHCR have endorsed applications for over 1200 men, women and children. It has widely been reported that only 1250 places will be offered. It's also been reported that a group will shortly depart from Nauru to the US but it is unknown exactly if or when others will follow and what the Australian Governments plan is for those left behind.

There are many questions around the deal, we dont know how many people will be included. But the main question is that what will happen for the people who remain? The Government has not given any details, said Mr Boochani.

Hope for some does not solve the humanitarian disaster the Australian Government has created. This chapter does not end until every last man, woman and child is safe and able to rebuild their lives. Whatever the situation, deliberate cruelty to innocent people is never the answer, said Ms Frew.

Background: approximate numbers

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10:22

The Perth Mints Great Blockchain Upgrade "IndyWatch Feed Economics.au"

Yesterday we began to explore how blockchain technology is going to upend and recreate industries all over the world.

You didnt have to look very hard to see it playing out right in front of you.

The front page of The Australian Business Review yesterday had the news that the Perth Mint is developing its own blockchain-related products.

Gold is losing appeal to bitcoin and crypto investors. The Mints revenue is down 40% on the previous year.

Already, we can see winners and losers forming here.

The management at the Mint know they have to stay relevant as much as they can.

And theres one way they are trying to do exactly that

Perth Mint to implement blockchain?

The chief executive of the Mint says the blockchain means it can offer even greater security and transparency for gold investors.

One concern for gold holders is that whichever bank or firm theyre using (like the Perth Mint) actually has the gold it says it does.

The blockchain can make those concerns redundant. Its an immutable ledger.

But there are more possibilities

You could create a gold fund, for example, where the actual gold was only sourced from companies and regions that operated at a high ethical standard.

Ethical and green investing has become a major driver in investment markets in recent years.

This is especially relevant around the natural resource markets.

The Norwegian sovereign wealth fund has US$1 trillion to allocate. It revealed in November last year that its considering dumping its oil and gas stocks.

Thats the kind of thing you need to pay attention to if youre invested in fossil fuels. And, via your super fund, you probably are.

Conflict diamonds are of major concern in Africa, as are the working conditions of the men and women who mine cobalt in the Congo.

You can see how a blockchain can be used to trace any natural resource from where its extracted, to who handles it, to the end user.

The fishing industry is currently testing it to try and stop illegal and unsustainable fishing in the Pacific Islands.

The blockchain can bring great credibility to major corporations that need to protect and enhance their brand via ethical supply chain management.

It can also bring great profits to companies in the right industries

Increasing revenue and cutting costs worldwide

The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is the worlds largest chip...

10:18

Look whos back "IndyWatch Feed Politics.au"

Migration in the news both in the US and here. The ones who are maybe back in the US are the members of Congress who are up against a wall of resistance from PDT who has the majority of the American population on his side. Here it is the boats that are back, thanks to NZs new policy of Swedish compassion. First the US.

 

From the first of the stories:

President Donald Trump says he is pleased that congressional Democrats have come to their senses and abandoned their filibuster that shut down the federal government. Trump says his administration will make a long-term immigration deal if and only if its good for our country.

Trump issued a statement Monday afternoon after roughly 25 senators from both parties helped negotiate an end to the federal government shutdown. It was read by spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders at a press briefing.

Trump said he was glad the government will be funded. He continued: Once the government is funded, my administration will work toward solving the problem of very unfair illegal immigration.

He added: We will make a long term deal on immigration if and only if its good for our country.

Meanwhile, theyre back here too: New Zealand asylum offer fuels smuggle trade.

New Zealands offer to resettle 150 asylum-seekers from Manus Island late last year is believed to have prompted an escalation in people-smuggling operation...

08:00

January 23 On This Day in Australian History "IndyWatch Feed National"

1788 - Gov Phillip and his men were warned away from the southern end of Botany Bay by Aboriginal People with spears shouting, Wirra, Wirra! . Later that arvo one of Phillip's men was ordered to drop his dacks to answer questions the Indigenous People had about the sex of these white people.

1790 - Fletcher Christian, that dashing daring dude made a BBQ of The Bounty to stop any mutineers from changing their minds....yep, that'll do it Fletcher!

1796 - Blasphemy!!! A general order was issued in the colony that prohibited all distilling of spirits.


1803 - Charles Grimes (Chas to his mates) led a party of sight-seeing tourists from the ship Cumberland, who were exploring the far reaches of Port Phillip Bay, when they decided to climb Arthur's Seat.
Because it was there and they could.

1806 -  George Caley and Daniel Moowattin returned to Sydney from Van Diemens Land.

1825 - Martin Benson was Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his master John Brackfield at South Creek near Windsor.
1825 - Eliza Campbell was Hanged at Sydney for the murder of her master John Brackfield at South Creek, near Windsor.
1825 - James Coogan was Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his master John Brackfield at South Creek, near Windsor.
1825 - Anthony Rodney was Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his master John Brackfield at South Creek, near Windsor.
1825 - John Sprole was Hanged at Sydney for the murder of his master John Brackfield at South Creek, near Windsor.

1833 - And they say those colonials had no sense of fun in the old days....Bathurst was gazetted as a town.

1834 - Patrick Gallagher was Hanged at Sydney for the rape of Ellen Walsh.

1837 - Brisbane Water settler Willoughby Bean was arrested, put in irons and sent to Sydney on the Betsy. Later tried and acquitted of cattle stealing

1839 - Rev. Dr. Lang returned to England and notorious swindler Henry Turner Harrington attempted to escape his creditors on vessel Roslyn Castle.

1855 - The effects of a tsunami, that originated in The Shaky Isles aka Aotearoa aka NZ, was felt in Tassie with a very sudden rise and fall of the Derwent river noted as far as New Town Bay.

1879 - The NSW Government was the first to introduce laws restricting Chinese immigration.

1884 - Henry Benjamin Haynes was Hanged at Perth Gaol for the murder of his wife Mary Ann Haynes.

1908 - Balmain Rugby League Club was launched into the world today.

1922 - The Rozelle - Darling Harbour Goods Line (NSW) was opened from Balmain Road Junction - Darling Island.

1938 - William Cooper urged Christian or...

06:45

'Friend of a friend': Six degrees of separation letters wind up in NZ PM's hands "IndyWatch Feed World"

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave the students of New Zealand schools a pleasant surprise by responding to letters delivered to her through six degrees of separation, the idea assuming that a chain of 'friend of a friend'-type associations no longer than six people long can lead one to contact anyone, even people in some very high places. Ardern, the 37-year-old prime minister of the country of 4.7 million, published a post on her Facebook page recently along with a photo of one of the hand-delivered letters she had received. "Going through a few letters and I love how many of these there are!", she wrote, along with an explanation of the rules of the game. The letter to the PM was accompanied by a text, which read that "If you're reading this then it means our experiment has worked. We are testing how connected New Zealanders are, regardless of their place in the world." Most of the letters reportedly asked the prime minister about how she liked her job and what it was like to lead the island country.

05:14

Hawaii charter boat group witnessed explosion in sky on morning of false missile alert "GroovUs Feed Nvideos"

Hawaii charter boat group witnessed explosion in sky on morning of false missile alert

The Event Chronicle Editor Note: Alice left a comment on our website on the 18th, under this article, and said her sons friends witnessed something in the sky, as well:

So glad I found this story. I live on Oahu and experienced the missile alert. Because the message sent out said the alert was coming from Pacific Command (not the state) I paid closer attention. What bothered me, though, was that the sirens were not going off. I later learned from my son that friends of his who live in the north of the island saw something in the sky with a fireball trailing. This story is giving credence to what they may have been witnessing.

Alice

A mans sister told him a group of boaters witnessed an aerial explosion about 100 NM offshore around 8:00 a.m. last Saturday morning

By Lexi Morgan

SOUTH PACIFIC (INTELLIHUB) A man posted a video to YouTube on Sunday in which he claims his sister, who lives on Maui, heard that a group of 9 tour boat guides and about 13 tourists witnessed some type of explosion in the sky about 100 NM offshore (leeward side.)

They said it looked like a meteor and then all of a sudden it was a big boom and it lit up the entire sky, he explained. It was at eight oclock in the morning.

Maybe this wasnt a drill after all, he said. I would think that the United States would not want to cause more panic if they did launch something at Hawaii they would say it was a mistake.

The man also maintains that the story was posted by a local news outlet for a short period of time before it...

05:03

Smart critters - Crows make hooked tools "IndyWatch Feed World"

The manufacture and use of tools has long been touted as a line of demarcation between humans and non-human animals: our technological prowess is what makes us human, it was thought. But research over the last few decades has blurred that line, as tool manufacture and use, and even the use of tools to make other tools (known as meta-tool use), has been reported in an increasing number of species. Meta-tool use has been seen in numerous primate species, but among nature's most prolific tool-makers and users are the corvids: members of the Corvidae family, such as ravens, magpies and, importantly, crows. Crows in Japan and California, for example, have been observed to use cars lined up at traffic lights to crack open difficult nuts. In 1996 Gavin Hunt at the University of Auckland reported in Nature the remarkable discovery that New Caledonian crows (Corvus moneduloides) manufactured and used tools while trying to catch prey. The tools had features previously seen only in early human cultures after the Lower Palaeolithic period, which ended 200,000 years ago. They were remarkably standardised, came in distinct types with distinct shapes, and, importantly, used hooks.

02:41

Pentagon Unveils Strategy For Military Confrontation With Russia And China "IndyWatch Feed War"

The strategy accuses China of seeking Indo-Pacific regional hegemony in the near-term and displacement of the United States to achieve global preeminence in the future. Russia, it charges, is attempting to achieve veto authority over nations on its periphery in terms of their governmental, economic, and diplomatic decisions, to shatter the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and change European and Middle East security and economic structures to its favor.

02:39

Why is the Israeli army finally worried that Gaza is on the brink of collapse? "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Last week Israeli military officials for the first time echoed what human rights groups and the United Nations have been saying for some time: that Gazas economy and infrastructure stand on the brink of collapse.

They should know.

More than 10 years ago the Israeli army tightened its grip on Gaza, enforcing a blockade on goods coming in and out of the tiny coastal enclave that left much of the 2 million-strong population there unemployed, impoverished and hopeless.

Since then, Israel has launched three separate major military assaults that have destroyed Gazas infrastructure, killed many thousands and left tens of thousands more homeless and traumatised.

Gaza is effectively an open-air prison, an extremely overcrowded one, with only a few hours of electricity a day and its ground water polluted by seawater and sewage.

After a decade of this horrifying experiment in human endurance, the Israeli army finally appears to be concerned about whether Gaza can cope much longer.

In recent days it has begun handing out forms, with more than a dozen questions, to the small number of Palestinians allowed briefly out of Gaza mainly business people trading with Israel, those needing emergency medical treatment and family members accompanying them.

One question asks bluntly whether they are happy, another whom they blame for their economic troubles. A statistician might wonder whether the answers can be trusted, given that the sample group is so heavily dependent on Israels good will for their physical and financial survival.

But the survey does at least suggest that Israels top brass may be open to new thinking, after decades of treating Palestinians only as target practice, lab rats or sheep to be herded into cities, freeing up land for Jewish settlers. Has the army finally understood that Palestinians are human beings too, with limits to the suffering they can soak up?

According to the local media, the army is in part responding to practical concerns. It is reportedly worried that, if epidemics break out, the diseases will quickly spread into Israel.

And if Gazas economy collapses too, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians could be banging on Israels door or rather storming its hi-tech incarceration fence to be allowed in. The army has no realistic contingency plans for either scenario.

It may be considering too its image and defence case if its commanders ever find themselves in the dock at the International Criminal Court in the Hague accused of war crimes.

Nonetheless, neither Israeli politicians nor Washington appear to be taking the armys warnings to heart. In fact, things look set to get worse.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netany...

01:45

Will Canada Screw up a March Pacific Trade Deal? "IndyWatch Feed Economics.au"

Japan and Australia are determined to push through a revised TPP in March. Canada is the main stumbling block.

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21:11

Jaws off the floor "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

A better balance

After a record surge in apartment construction, by the end of September the number of attached dwellings commenced in Queensland was into an 18-month decline. 

This has been Queensland's largest ever apartment construction boom, surpassing even the post-recession surge of the 1990s. 

Housing starts have now clearly switched over to detached houses in the Sunshine State, as shown in the latest available figures released last week. 


At the peak of the construction boom Queensland was commencing a new dwelling for every extra 1.2 persons in the state, as population growth slowed after the resources boom.

On an annual basis that ratio has now returned to a more sustainable 2:1. 


Population growth is now accelerating in Queensland, and indeed the population figures lag the reality somewhat, as I looked at in a bit more detail as it relates to the new apartment sector here

18:03

Why is the Israeli Army Suddenly Concerned About Gaza? "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

More than 10 years ago Israel tightened its grip on Gaza, enforcing a blockade on goods coming in and out of the tiny coastal enclave that left much of the two million-strong population there unemployed, impoverished and hopeless.

Since then, Israel has launched three separate major military assaults that have destroyed Gazas infrastructure, killed many thousands and left tens of thousands more homeless and traumatised.

Gaza is effectively an open-air prison, an extremely overcrowded one, with only a few hours of electricity a day and its ground water polluted by seawater and sewage.

Last week Israeli military officials for the first time echoed what human rights groups and the United Nations have been saying for some time: that Gazas economy and infrastructure stand on the brink of collapse.

After a decade of this horrifying experiment in human endurance, the Israeli army finally appears to be concerned about whether Gaza can continue coping much longer.

In recent days it has begun handing out forms, with more than a dozen questions, to the small number of Palestinians allowed briefly out of Gaza mainly business people trading with Israel, those needing emergency medical treatment and family members accompanying them.

One question asks bluntly whether they are happy, another whom they blame for their economic troubles. A statistician might wonder whether the answers can be trusted, given that the sample group is so heavily dependent on Israels good will for their physical and financial survival.

But the survey does at least suggest that Israels top brass may be open to new thinking, after decades of treating Palestinians only as target practice, lab rats or sheep to be herded into cities, freeing up land for Jewish settlers. Has the army finally understood that Palestinians are human beings too, with limits to the suffering they can soak up?

According to the local media, the army is in part responding to practical concerns. It is reportedly worried that, if epidemics break out, the diseases will quickly spread into Israel.

And if Gazas economy collapses too, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians could be banging on Israels door or rather storming its hi-tech incarceration fence to be allowed in. The army has no realistic contingency plans for either scenario.

Nonetheless, neither Israeli politicians nor Washington appear to be taking evasive action. In fact, things look set to get worse.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last week there could be no improvements, no reconstruction in Gaza until Hamas agrees to give up its weapons the only thing, in Hamass view, that serves as a deterrent against future Israeli attacks.

Figures show Israel...

14:27

Low Confidence: theres no DNA test for culture "IndyWatch Feed National"

My father is from southern Louisiana and my mother is from Invercargill (on the southern tip of Aotearoa New Zealands South Island). I have never met another person with this combination of cultural groups in their immediate background and I think it unlikely I ever will. I had a DNA test done because I thought it would be interesting and my mother said shed pay for it as a Christmas present.

10:34

From Wallmapu to Nunatsiavut | Warren Bernauer | Monthly Review "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

From Wallmapu to Nunatsiavut | Warren Bernauer | Monthly Review: //

08:01

January 22 On This Day in Australian History "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"



1787 - Oh how simply marvelous old chap, a spiffing good idea for the British Parliament to start a penal colony in that far off land Or-stray-lia.

1809 - Lieutenant William Lawson proceeded to Newcastle on the Estramina to take over the settlement as Commandant. He was accompanied by Charles Throsby.

1836 - A town began to grow, throwing out its tendrils of commerce, when the first land sales were held at Singleton in NSW.

1836 - The South Australian Company was constituted.

1848 - It cost over 2,000 pounds and took a year to complete but they built a powder magazine in the side of Batman's Hill. I'm guessing it's no longer there...

1853 - The Act to establish our own University of Melbourne, for all our clever clogs born in the colony, was passed along with the prunes by the Victorian Legislative Council and Queen Vicky gave it the royal nod.

1866 - James Martin (Premier) and Henry Parkes formed a coalition in NSW.

1870 - The Central Market in Adelaide was officially opened on this day At the early hour of seven in the morning the Mayor and Councillors were at the market when, after a short speech by the Mayor to the assembled crowd of growers, stall holders and citizens, the market was declared open for the sale of produce, marketable commodities, hay and wood. After the formalities the representatives of the Corporation adjourned to the Metropolitan Hotel nearby for breakfast where several toasts were proposed. The Artillery Band provided entertainment throughout the proceedings.

1882 - Royal Commission on employees in shops (Vic) was established.
To ask questions like,
 "Shop employees, can we eat them on Fridays?"
"Do these employees come in other colours to match my haberdashery?
"Can we sell them in pet shops?"

1889 - Louisa Collins was Hanged at Darlinghurst Gaol for the poisoning of her husband at Botany.She was the last woman hanged in New South Wales.

1891 - St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne was officially consecrated.

1899 Leaders of six Australian colonies met in Melbourne to discuss confederation.

1900 - The Rozelle - Darling Harbour Goods Rail Line (NSW) was opened.

1907 - Cooktown, Qld, was devastated by a tropical cyclone.

1910 - Flinders Street Station that we know and love was officially opened.

1919 -The state of Victoria was declared infected by Spanish Influenza and placed in quarantine. Public meetings were prohibited, travel in long-distance trains was restricted, the NSW government closed the border with Victoria and public buildings were shut. Around 12,500 Australians mostly young, healthy adults died from the highly infectious virus....

07:37

Young penguins learn to climb "GroovUs Feed Nvideos"

This video says about itself:

Hilarious: young penguins learn to climb Wild Patagonia BBC Earth

17 January 2018

Rockhoppers are aptly named for their climbing abilities, but the lesser experienced must master this skill first.

02:16

Hillsong founder child rapist Pastor Frank Houston. Part One. Pastor Frank Houstons pedophile activities "IndyWatch Feed National"

Apostle of Greed Hillsong Head Pastor Brian Houston about to embark on a 26 American city tour with Hillsong band to promote his new book, There is More.

Hillsong Founder Frank Houstons confession to being a lifelong secret pedophile

A two-year investigation of pedophile allegations going back to the 1960s, ordered by his son, Pastor Brian Houston, at the time head of the Australian Assemblies of God, and conducted by a prominent Australian AOG clergy on the AOG national executive, , Pastor John Lewis, found that the allegations were true. Frank Houston was banned for life from ever ministering in the AOG in Australia and New Zealand in December 1999 aged 77.

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03:04

Continuity of Agenda: US Encirclement of China Continues Under Trump "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

January 20, 2018 (Ulson Gunnar - NEO) - The United States has pursued a decades-long policy of encircling, containing and if possible, undermining China as part of a larger strategy of achieving and maintaining what US policy papers call "primacy" over Asia.


US policy has led to deeply-rooted networks operating within China's borders and along China's geopolitical peripheries to divide and destabilize the immense and increasingly powerful Asian state. These networks are funded and supported regardless of who occupies the White House. While the rhetoric shifts from president to president regarding "why" the US is providing so-called "activists" and "opposition" fronts aid, the aid and the agenda it serves continues.

Under current US President Donald Trump's predecessor President Barack Obama, this ongoing policy was marketed to the American and international public as the "Pivot to Asia." It was spun as a means for the US to reengage with Asia but in reality constituted an overt attempt to co-opt the governments of China's neighbors and break up the region's growing ties with Beijing.

Obama's "Pivot" was a failure, but one within the greater context of a general decline in US primacy both in the Asia Pacific region and around the world.

Under Trump, this policy of encircling and containing China continues. It is now marketed to the public as an "Indo-Pacific" strategy, with the US forced to court India, Australia and Japan on the fringes of Asia Pacific after failing to make progress within Asia Pacific itself.

It is important to understand just how long-term these polices are so that when Trump announces them to the public, the public understands that it is not "Trump's" policy, but simply Trump continuing to carry out the agenda of the very special interests (the so-called "Deep State") he vowed to resist upon taking office.

Understanding that these policies serve special interests and at the cost of the American public helps inoculate the public to rhetoric claiming that confronting China and destabilizing Asia is somehow part of "making America great again."

Tibet

Tibet is one of the oldest and most clear-cut examples of a political controversy used by Washington to target and undermin...

03:03

Continuity of Agenda: US Encirclement of China Continues Under Trump "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

January 20, 2018 (Ulson Gunnar - NEO) - The United States has pursued a decades-long policy of encircling, containing and if possible, undermining China as part of a larger strategy of achieving and maintaining what US policy papers call "primacy" over Asia.


US policy has led to deeply-rooted networks operating within China's borders and along China's geopolitical peripheries to divide and destabilize the immense and increasingly powerful Asian state. These networks are funded and supported regardless of who occupies the White House. While the rhetoric shifts from president to president regarding "why" the US is providing so-called "activists" and "opposition" fronts aid, the aid and the agenda it serves continues.

Under current US President Donald Trump's predecessor President Barack Obama, this ongoing policy was marketed to the American and international public as the "Pivot to Asia." It was spun as a means for the US to reengage with Asia but in reality constituted an overt attempt to co-opt the governments of China's neighbors and break up the region's growing ties with Beijing.

Obama's "Pivot" was a failure, but one within the greater context of a general decline in US primacy both in the Asia Pacific region and around the world.

Under Trump, this policy of encircling and containing China continues. It is now marketed to the public as an "Indo-Pacific" strategy, with the US forced to court India, Australia and Japan on the fringes of Asia Pacific after failing to make progress within Asia Pacific itself.

It is important to understand just how long-term these polices are so that when Trump announces them to the public, the public understands that it is not "Trump's" policy, but simply Trump continuing to carry out the agenda of the very special interests (the so-called "Deep State") he vowed to resist upon taking office.

Understanding that these policies serve special interests and at the cost of the American public helps inoculate the public to rhetoric claiming that confronting China and destabilizing Asia is somehow part of "making America great again."

Tibet

Tibet is one of the oldest and most clear-cut examples of a political controversy used by Washington to target and undermin...

01:41

'Great surprise': Houthi general says turning point in Yemen conflict close at hand "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

The armed forces of the Houthi-controlled government in the Yemeni capital Sana'a have boosted their air defenses to a point where they no longer need to fear airstrikes by Saudi-led coalition forces, army spokesman Sharaf Luqman said, in an interview with Sputnik. Brigadier-General Luqman said that the army now has all it needs to repel "enemy aggression" at sea, on the ground and in the air. "The Yemeni army has taken over many enemy strongholds, which has changed the situation on the battlefield," the general said. "These are depots with arms for the Air Force, night-vision cameras, ballistic missiles and launchers. This answers questions about where we are getting weapons amid the current blockade; who is helping us; and whether Iran is supplying us with ballistic missiles and military advisors," he added.

00:56

(Video) Q Posts, 1/19: Q Asks #WETHEPEOPLE to #UNITE and Press for #RELEASETHEMEMO "GroovUs Feed Nvideos"



Published on Jan 19, 2018

Today, Q asked Americans to UNITE and look beyond MSM created divisions. It's time to keep our AIM steady and true and to IGNITE a Unified #WETHEPEOPLE as this historical Unrigging of our government gains more and more Momentum in the #STORM unfolding. Q HAS FURTHER REPORTED 10 DARK DAYS and the teh GOV'T Shutdown is imminent as of 8pm Pacific.

Saturday, 20 January

22:03

Six Environment Stories to Watch in 2018 "GroovUs Feed Nvideos"

Human Wrongs Watch

By UN Environment

1. Coral reefs

With three quarters of the worlds coral reefs already at risk due to threats ranging from invasive species to ocean acidification to sunscreen pollution the time for action is now.

Coral reefImage via

The International Coral Reef Initiative has dubbed 2018 the International Year of the Reef. Things have already kicked off in Fiji, with an announcement from the government of a major new protected site.

UN Environment has also just begun a detailed analysis of the status of coral reefs in the Pacific.

Watch out for more news and action on reefs as the year progresses.

2. Plastic pollution....

20:07

US intensifies anti-terrorism ops in the Philippines with new military mission "GroovUs Feed Nvideos"

The Pentagon had reportedly renamed its anti-terrorism mission in the Philippines from Operation Enduring Freedom-Philippines to Operation Pacific Eagle, marking a new phase of counterterrorism operation here and in the region. File

MANILA, Philippines Washington has reportedly stepped up its military cooperation with the Philippines by launching a new assistance mission here that would allow the Southeast Asian nation to receive the same appropriation used in funding US counterterrorism operations in the Middle East.

The Pentagon had reportedly renamed its anti-terrorism mission in the Philippines from Operation Enduring Freedom-Philippines to Operation Pacific Eagle, marking a new phase of counterterrorism efforts here and in the region.

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), the intensified US military mission here started last September after the Philippine government requested for more assistance in defeating ISIS-backed militants that laid siege in the principal Islamic city of Marawi.

Being an Overseas Contingency Operation, or OCO, funds for the new US mission in the Philippines, the WSJ explained, typically are exempt from limits on....

10:30

Claim: Hawaii charter boat group witnessed explosion in sky on morning of false missile alert "GroovUs Feed Nvideos"

A mans sister told him a group of boaters witnessed an aerial explosion about 100 NM offshore around 8:00 a.m. last Saturday morning

SOUTH PACIFIC (INTELLIHUB) A man posted a video to YouTube on Sunday in which he claims his sister, who lives on Maui, heard that a group of 9 tour boat guides and about 13 tourists witnessed some type of explosion in the sky about 100 NM offshore (leeward side.)

They said it looked like a meteor and then all of a sudden it was a big boom and it lit up the entire sky, he explained. It was at eight oclock in the morning.

Maybe this wasnt a drill after all, he said. I would think that the United States would not want to cause more panic if they did launch something at Hawaii they would say it was a mistake.

The man also maintains that the story was posted by a local news outlet for a short period of time before it was pulled altogether.

Youtuber Ashley LP chimed in:

So I live on Island and our family has a lighthouse, we all saw a bright flash that morning as well. There is much buzz about this Thank you for actually putting what islanders are all talking about.

The video was posted one day after a false missile alert caused a panic throughout the islands.

If you have any information on this matter please email newstips@intellihub.com with the details.

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08:54

Noctilucent rocket fumes filmed over Okinawa Island, Japan "GroovUs Feed Nvideos"

On Jan. 18th, the Japanese space agency JAXA launched a small rocket from the Uchinoura Space Center. It made a big display. Japanese artist and photographer Kagaya captured dramatic images of the rocket's exhaust glowing in the starry pre-dawn sky over the Pacific: "I watched the launch from Okinawa Island and photographed it using my Sony 7RIII camera," says Kagaya, who has posted a must-see video of the event on Youtube.

07:53

Episode-2150- Expert Council Q&A for 1-19-18 "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.au"

Tweet Today its Friday so its time for expert council show. To ask a question for a show like this, just send an email to me at jack at thesurvivalpodcast.com with TSPC Expert in the subject line. Today the expert council answers questions on cider making, rocket mass heaters, investing, cryptocurency, grid down info gathering, boot care and more. In the body of your email first tell me the council member your question is for. Second ask your question concisely in one to two sentences maximum. Third any and all details after that. This is the formula to give you the best chance of getting on the air. I do what I can to get as many of your questions as possible on the air but cant always get to all of them. Our council is made of a wide variety of experts in everything from the tactical to the practical and everything in between. To get more information on our Expert Council visit our Meet the Expert Council Page to learn more about them and their specific areas of expertise. Join Me Today As Our Experts Discuss Eden Brothers Seeds joins the MSB Jack Making sweet cider without blowing up bottle Nicole Sauce Retrofitting a rocket mass heater to an existing chimney Paul Wheaton ROTH IRA investing John Pugliano The crypto known as Rai Blocks Ben Fitts Getting info in full grid down scenario Steven Harris Get your free crypto currency from Brave and an ARK update Jack Basic boot care Jack Resources for todays show Join the Members Brigade Join Our Forum The Year 93 Walking To Freedom TSP Gear PermaEthos.com TspAz.com support TSP when you shop on Online Grandaddys Gun Club Bullhead Fishing Information Coin Market Cap Rai Blocks on Coin Market Cap The Rai Blocks Website The Rai Blocks White Paper Snow Seal for Your Boots Scout Boot Cream Kiwi Horse Hair Shine Brush Kiwi Silicon Water Proofing Scotch Guard Water Shield General Purpose Scrub Brush Freedom Alice Cooper Sponsor of the Day Western Botanicals Ready Made Resources Websites of the Expert Council Members MT Knives GrassFedHomestead.com CryptoGulch.com Humble Mechanic Living Free in Tennessee Harvest Eating Old Grouch Military Surplus Steven1234.com Permaculture Classroom A Bee Friendly Company Investable Wealth NW Edible Permies.com Primal Power GeoffLawton.com DarbySimpson.com Whole Systems Design Doom and Bloom HaloBySue.com Remember to comment, chime in and tell us your thoughts, this podcast is one mans opinion, not a lecture or sermon. Also please enter our listener appreciation contest and help spread the word about our show. Also remember you can call in your questions and comments to 866-65-THINK (866-658-4465) and you might hear yourself on the air. Join the MSB Today Want Every Episode of TSP Ever Produced? Remember in addition to discounts to over 40 vendors who supply stuff you are likely buying anyway, tons of free ebooks and video content, MSB Members also get every edition of The Survival Podcast ever produced in convenient zip files in b......

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