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Deadly end of Saudistan is at the corner!
Even if they pretend to do, Saudis don’t control anything.
They were installed as gangster puppets to accept the Zionist entity in Palestine, because the former ruler of the area around the holy towns the top leader of the Hashemite family Sherif Ali rejected to sing a document which was presented by the British colonialists. So they engaged and supplied the Saudi desert pirates to conquer the whole territory and tolerate the #Zionist entity.
How #Zionism helped create the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – Mondoweiss
Based on that the Saudi gangster dictatorship over Arabia is a sibling of Zionist gangster entity in Palestine.
However, the Saudi never were out of control. They remained always the puppet gangster of the imperial complex. So when the empire left London and took its new place in New York, the Saudi were taken over by the USA.
Now the Saudi power fully depends on undeterred #water delivery by the imperial corporations and nuclear fracking of #oil and #gas by supply imperial #nuclear devices.
The oil and gas don’t come out without #fracking anymore. The #Saudi have to finance the #Climate #Geoengineering corporations and also buy weapons for billions of Dollars to supply 100 thousand of terrorist mercenaries to create havoc in #Libya, #Syria, #Iraq, #Somalia, #Afghanistan and #Yemen.
All that spending have brought the Saudi, the Emirati and also the Qatari dictator entities to the brink of bankruptcy.
IMF Says Saudi Arabia Could Be Bankrupt By 2020
“They’re still hooked on oil,” noted one analyst. Another warned: “It remains to be seen if they are doing enough to deal with the current economic reality facing the country.”
The Zionists tried to buy out ARAMCO for 2Trillion from the Saudi, but they did not fall into this trap yet, but this sword is still looming over them.
The Truth About Aramco’s $2 Trillion Valuation
They had to get indebted first time in their history.
Saudi #Arabia sets record with mammoth $17.5 billion bond issue
Because they Saudi and Emirati are at the corner, they are so aggressive against neighboring countries. They started to bombard Yemen, when they feared to lose control on the Yemeni airspace, which is last part of the water delivery corridor by Climate Geoengineering from the #Indian #Ocean.
The Saudi don’t have a refuge, when the USA stop to protect them. There is no place on Earth where the Saudi will be accepted as #asylum seekers.
They are lost and they are nearly dead. That is the reason they already kill each other.
Learn more about that!
Why #Saudi #Qatar #UAE are attacking #Syria #Yemen & #Iraq?
Coordinates of #WATER #THEFT!
#Somalia in Focus of #ClimateControl! Tropospheric water bridge of #ClimateControl!
#ClimateControl hub #Yemen! The importance of #Yemeni airspace for #water transfer to #Saudi #Arabia!
Geopolitics of #Turkey, #Russia, #Israel, #USA and #Europe in #Syria, #Iraq and #Yemen!
#fracking #farming #SRM #FightClimateControl #ClimateControl #EarthSystemGovernance
Indian claims of no threat from ASAT test debris is "nonsense."
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Current orbits of Indian ASAT test debris, courtesy of T.S. Kelso, AGI.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. government is tracking 57 pieces of softball-sized space debris caused by the March 27 Indian ASAT test, the bulk of which is passing through the orbits of spacecraft stationed between 300km and 800km — a fairly populated portion of LEO. In total, 46 pieces have apogees (their highest altitudes) above the 400km orbit of the International Space Station, according to analysis published today by Marco Langbroek, a well-known satellite tracker.
Jonathan McDowell, an astrophysicist at Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, says it is early days yet for tracking the debris. Many more pieces may show up in the U.S. catalog. He noted that one piece of the debris from the 2007 Chinese ASAT was just added to the catalog in July. However, he stressed in a phone interview today, it is clear that the results of the test are highly negative. “We already have 15-16 objects with apogees about 1,000km, and that alone is really bad. It also shows that the Indian government’s claim that the debris is not a problem is nonsense,” he said.
Most of the debris from the test will fall from space naturally within two months or so, as the Indian government has been eager to point out, because of the relatively low orbit of the Mission Shakrit impact. But some will remain for much longer. It also is important to remember that the U.S. space object catalog only includes debris larger than 10cm that it can definitively trace back to its maker. In an email to our Editor, Colin Clark, late on April 5, a spokesperson from Air Force Space Command Public Affairs said that the Joint Force Space Component Command (JFSCC) now is tracking 400 pieces of debris “associated with” the test. Of that cloud, JFSCC predicts that “a few hundred fragments greater than one centimeter in diameter could persist beyond the first month.” It should be noted that any piece of debris larger than one centimeter can do severe damage or even destroy a satellite.
While it is almost impossible to calculate the overall increase in risk to satellites in those altitudes, according to space scientists, the increase is not zero. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine put the increased risk to the ISS, the only manned object in orbit, at about 44 percent. One scientist explained that this means the ISS has about a 30 percent chance of having to maneuver out of the way of a piece of debris now, rather than a 20 percent chance.
One industry representative says that a number of satellite companies are likely to be “watching their conjunction notices closely” over the next several weeks. Conjunction notices are the first-level warnings provided by the 18th Space Control Squadron via the Spacetrack.org website to operators when the system for space object monitoring shows a possibility of two objects getting too close together, and thus potentially colliding. According to Air Force Space Command, such notices are already being issued. More urgent collision warnings are provided when there is a greater probability of two objects smashing into each other.
As an example of satellites in the affected orbits, Iridium has 75 Iridium NEXT satellites operating at about 777km. Imagery start-up Planet has 120+ Dove microsatellites at approximately 400km. Planet was one of the few space firms to condemn the Indian ASAT test as irresponsible. While industry officials privately say many companies are unhappy, obviously some worry that publicly complaining might hurt their business prospects with the Indian government. India is a a key player in the small satellite launch market.
T.S. Kelso, senior astrodynamicist at Analytical Graphic Inc.’s Center for Space Standards and Innovation, said that while it is difficult right now to assess the risks of any one satellite crashing into a piece of the Indian debris, his company would be using its SOCRATES and Space Data Center tools to keep watch for potential collisions. Kelso today posted a list of the Indian debris on his Celestrak website that provides orbital data about satellites.
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Library Of Congress releases 155 digitalised Persian manuscrips
To wish you a Nowruz Pirouz, the library has made 155 rare Persian manuscripts, lithographs, and books dating back to the 13th century available online for the first time. The collection of illuminated manuscripts includes texts such as the Shahnameh, an epic poem about pre-Islamic Persia likened to the Iliad or the Odyssey, along with written accounts of the life of Shah Jahan, the 17th-century Mughal emperor who oversaw construction of the Taj Mahal. Other manuscripts focus on religion, philosophy, and science. Some are written in multiple languages, with passages in Arabic and Turkish. This wide range highlights just how cosmopolitan the collection is.
Most of the collection was acquired by the library during the 1930s, from Kirkor Minassian, an art dealer. Around 40 items were showcased in 2014, just before the digitization process began, with a special focus on materials that are too fragile for display. The project is almost entirely done; there are just 15 or so manuscripts left to get the digital treatment. The idea is that putting all of these materials up together will help connect past and present.
#MiddleEast #Persia #Iran #India #CentralAsia #Culture #Literature #Fiction #CulturalTreasure #History #Science #Religion #Manuscript #Arabia #Arabic #Indian #Turkic
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Depuis l'élimination surprise de Novak Djoković, Rafael Nadal et Roger Federer sont les grands favoris du Masters 1000 d'Indian Wells. Encore un tour à passer et les deux hommes s'affronteront en demi-finale.
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L'Espagnol s'est qualifié facilement pour le troisième tour du tournoi californien. Chez les femmes, la journée a été marquée par l'abandon de Serena Williams face à l'Espagnole Garbine Muguruza.
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