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* At Least 28,000 Websites Down On Major DNS Failure

* Federal Government Running Out Of Money By October

* CDC Chief: U.S. At "Another Pivotal Moment" In Pandemic

* McConnell Urges Americans: 'Get Vaccinated' As Cases Spike

* White House Officials Debate Masking Push As Covid Infections Spike 

* Biden 'Rambles' Whether Or Not There's 'A Man On The Moon'

* 'I'm Sorry, But It's Too Late'

* Pelosi Defends Blocking Two Republicans From Jan 6 Committee

* Zoo Animals Given Experimental Covd-19 Vaccine

* Drones Are Zapping Clouds With Electricity To Create Rain In UAE Project

* The World 'Saw China Lockdown' And Thought 'It Seemed To Work'

* Fire & Smoke Map 

* Making The Case: HIPAA Confusion

* Spying On Your Trash. AI & Dumpster Cams For The Circular Economy


At Least 28,000 Websites Down On Major DNS Failure


At least 28,000 websites are down worldwide. There appears to be a major DNS, or Domain Name System failure that began shortly after 1100ET. DNS acts as the phone of the internet, translating names of websites into IP addresses. Some of the major websites experiencing issues and outages include PlayStation Network, Fidelity, FedEx, Steam, UPS, Airbnb, Home Depot, and Amazon, according to Downdector. 

There’s no word if the issues or outages are interconnected, but it certainly raises an eyebrow that something under the surface is happening. For instance, Fidelity is experiencing issues and outages across major metro areas in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states and other cities across the country.  Read More 





Federal Government Running Out Of Money By October | Democrats Plan B | Daily News Report


Daily News Report - Thursday July 22, 2021




CDC Chief: U.S. At ‘Another Pivotal Moment’ In Pandemic


Jul.22 -- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky says the U.S. is "at another pivotal moment in this pandemic."




McConnell Urges Americans: 'Get vaccinated' As Cases Spike




White House Officials Debate Masking Push As Covid Infections Spike


WASHINGTON - Top White House aides and Biden administration officials are debating whether they should urge vaccinated Americans to wear masks in more settings as the delta variant causes spikes in coronavirus infections across the country, according to six people familiar with the discussions.

The talks are in a preliminary phase and their result could be as simple as new messaging from top White House officials. But some of the talks include officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who are separately examining whether to update their masking guidance, according to a Biden administration aide and a federal health official. Read More 



Biden 'Rambles' Whether Or Not There's 'A Man On The Moon'


Twitter is ripping into Joe Biden's CNN town hall appearance today where the president was seen "rambling" on "whether or not there's a man on the moon".





'I'm Sorry, But It's Too Late': Doctor Says Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients Asking For Vaccines


An Alabama doctor is opening up about her experience treating those hospitalized for the coronavirus amid a resurgence of cases, saying dying patients are asking her to vaccinate them.

“One of the last things they do before they're intubated is beg me for the vaccine. I hold their hand and tell them that I'm sorry, but it's too late," Brytney Cobia, a hospitalist at Grandview Medical Center in Birmingham, wrote on Facebook this week.

“A few days later when I call time of death, I hug their family members and I tell them the best way to honor their loved one is to go get vaccinated and encourage everyone they know to do the same,” Cobia added. Read More 



Pelosi Defends Blocking Two Republicans From Jan. 6 Committee


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today defended her decision to reject two Republicans from being on the committee investigating the January 6 insurrection. The two members kicked off were Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Jim Banks (R-Ind.). "These people are going to act up and cause a problem," she told reporters at the Capitol.




Zoo Animals Given Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine


Zoetis has donated 11,000 doses of the vaccine to about 70 U.S. zoos, as well as sanctuaries, universities and other animal conservation sites in twenty-seven states.2The experimental COVID-19 vaccine was specifically developed for animals and goes through an entirely different approval process with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) than the process the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) uses for licensing vaccines for humans.3Mahesh Kumar, Senior Vice President at Zoetis said: Read More 



Drones Are Zapping Clouds With Electricity To Create Rain In United Arab Emirates Project


The United Arab Emirates, parched from heatwaves and an arid climate, is testing new technology to zap clouds with electricity to artificially create rain.

Similar forms of cloud seeding have existing for decades. But the process has typically used salt flairs and has come with concerns about the environment, expenses and effectiveness, according to the Desert Research Institute and CNN. So the UAE is now testing a new method that has drones fly into clouds to give them an electric shock to trigger rain production, the BBC and CNN have previously reported.

The project is getting renewed interest after the UAE's National Center of Meteorology recently published a series of videos on Instagram of heavy rain in parts of the country. Water gushed past trees, and cars drove on rain-soaked roads. The videos were accompanied by radar images of clouds tagged "#cloudseeding." The Independent reports recent rain is part of the drone cloud seeding project. Read More 



The World 'Saw China Lockdown' And Thought 'It Seemed To


The Australian’s Washington Correspondent Adam Creighton says the UK, Australia and US all abandoned their pandemic plans after seeing that China's lockdown seemed "to work".





Fire And Smoke Map

This fire smoke is reaching down to Texas, we are under an air quality alert. Read More



Making The Case: HIPAA Confusion


As the push for COVID-19 vaccinations intensifies many are making the case that sharing their status is a violation of their privacy. Wednesday, Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene told a reporter he was violating her HIPAA rights by asking if she was vaccinated. The News Edge legal analyst Charles Adams addressed the confusion and explained how HIPAA works. 





SPYING ON YOUR TRASH: AI + Dumpster Cams For The Circular Economy


It's true - they are looking through your trash! Waste Management companies are deploying trucks and dumpsters armed with cameras and AI to monitor your waste. Billionaires like Carlos Slim, George Soros and Bill Gates (plus Blackrock and Vanguard) have ALL invested heavily in these companies to fundamentally transform waste and recycling into the "circular economy" championed by the World Economic Forum. This presages a system like China's, where throwing away excessive food waste will penalize your social credit score. In this Ice Age Farmer report, Christian shines a light on this and the myriad other "bars" coming together to form a neo-feudal "prison" system -- even as you sit in the comfort of your home. It's time to put an end to this.









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