Asterank, a service that keeps track of some 6,000 asteroids in NASA’s database, prices out the estimated mineral content in each one in the current world market. More than 500 are listed as “>$100 trillion.” The estimated profit on just the top 10 asteroids judged “most cost effective” — that is, the easiest to reach and to mine, subtracting rocket fuel and other operating costs, is around $1.5 trillion.
Is it ours for the taking? Well, here’s the thing — we’re taking it already, and have been doing so since we started mining metals thousands of years ago. Asteroid strikes are the only reason rare metals exist in the Earth’s crust; the native ones were all sucked into our planet’s merciless iron core millions of years ago. Why not go to the source?...
Soybeans is something which China promised to buy a lot of in the previous agreement with POTUS. Now that deal might be dead. But, now they’ll need pigs instead. Here's the thing though; China now has a massive armyworm infestation, destroying most of their corn, soybeans, cotton, rice, and dozens of other crops. This would force China to import more corn, rice or soy to makeup for the shortfall. Add in the tarrifs that Trump just activated, it's a Win Win!
It was recently revealed through a Freedom of Information Act request that Steele met with then-State Department official Kathleen Kavalec ten days prior to the issuance of the initial Carter Page FISA warrant and told her that he was “keen to see this information [the dossier] come to light prior to November 8,” the date of the 2016 presidential election.
Chairman Graham requested:
All documents and communications on or after May 1, 2016 between State Department and DOJ employees or officials relating to Christopher Steele, the presidential campaign of Donald J. Trump, or anyone associated with the Trump campaign.
The State Department make Ms. Kavalec available for a transcribed interview with the Judiciary Committee.
DOJ Inspector General Horowitz consider this new information as he continues to investigate potential FISA warrant abuse.
Judicial Watch announced today that it obtained 44 pages of records from the State Department through court-ordered discovery revealing that the Obama White House was tracking a December 2012 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking records concerning then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecure, non-government email system. Months after the Obama White House involvement, the State Department responded to the requestor, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), falsely stating that no such records existed.
A longtime aide to Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-N.Y.) on Friday was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor for soliciting a prostitute. New York State Police announced the arrest of John Stemen, 57, following an investigation involving a 17-year-old police say he met online and whom he admitted to paying $200 for a “sexual date.”
Bloomberg notes that the front runner for the top-speed crown may be a magnetically levitated train line that's being built between Tokyo and Nagoya, which is expected to open in 2027. That train, however, takes advantage of a tunnel-heavy route to achieve a top speed of 505kph (314mph)...
The plan put forward by the administration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, often referred to by his initials as AMLO, calls for decriminalizing illegal drugs and transferring funding for combating the illicit substances to pay for treatment programs instead. It points to the failure of the decades-long international war on drugs, and calls for negotiating with the international community, and specifically the U.S., to ensure the new strategy’s success...
US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer issued a Friday statement:
"Earlier today, at the direction of the President, the United States increased the level of tariffs from 10 percent to 25 percent on approximately $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. The President also ordered us to begin the process of raising tariffs on essentially all remaining imports from China, which are valued at approximately $300 billion."
U.S. Attorney Byung “B.J.” Pak of the Northern District of Georgia is asking a federal judge for a 60-day period to consult with Epstein’s victims, followed by a lengthy briefing schedule that is likely to delay the civil case for months, and possibly more than a year, according to a court motion.
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