10 Emerging GOP Lies About The U.S. Capitol Riot Shredded On MSNBC

Bitcoin crash: Cryptocurrency prices tumble after Trump’s scam warning – bear market panic

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Cryptocurrencies have fallen since the comments from the former US President, as the cryptocurrency markets continue their downward spiral.

Bitcoin’s plunged by eight percent from $35,474 at 7.30pm on Monday to $32,585 at 5.30am this morning (Tuesday).

Ethereum dropped by nine percent from $2,710 to $2,466, while Dogecoin fell by the same percentage margin from $0.355 to $0.322.

Mr Trump had told Fox Business that he sees Bitcoin as a “scam” affecting the value of the US dollar.

He said: “Bitcoin, it just seems like a scam.

“I don’t like it because it’s another currency competing against the dollar.”

The former US President added he wanted the dollar to be the “currency of the world”.


Oxford Instruments FY21 Profit, Orders Climb; Declares Dividend – Quick Facts

Oxford Instruments Plc (OXIG.L), a provider of technology and tools for research and industry, reported Tuesday that its fiscal 2021 profit before taxation climbed 34.5 percent to 52.2 million pounds from last year’s 38.8 million pounds.

Basic earnings per share were 72.8 pence, up 30.2 percent from 55.9 pence a year ago.

Adjusted profit before taxation was 55.9 million pounds, compared to 49.5 million pounds last year. Adjusted basic earnings per share were 78.6 pence, compared to prior year’s 70.2 pence a year earlier.

Revenue edged up 0.3 percent to 318.5 million pounds from 317.4 million pounds a year ago. Revenue growth was 1.7 percent at constant currency against challenging backdrop. Orders grew 5.3 percent to 353.7 million pounds.

Reported order book grew 13.2 percent from last year to 198.1 million pounds.

Further, the Board has proposed a final dividend of 12.9p per share, which is subject to Shareholder approval at the Annual General Meeting. The total dividend for the year would be 17.0p per share.

Looking ahead, Ian Barkshire, Chief Executive, said, “Our robust performance, strong order book and breadth of attractive end markets demonstrate the resilience of our business model, positioning us well for good progress in the year despite anticipated currency headwinds and the ongoing uncertainties as global economies look to recover from covid.”

Unloved by Generations of Soldiers, the M.R.E. Finds a Fan Base

The rations often derided as ‘Meals, Rarely Edible’ have gotten (somewhat) better and become objects of fascination for millions of civilians.

By Priya Krishna

Kathleen Ehl had always thought of her business as a niche affair — an online store called North Georgia Outdoors Supply that she and her husband run out of their home in Gainesville, selling Meals, Ready to Eat.

In Quantum Physics, Everything Is Relative

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By Anil Ananthaswamy

Making Sense of the Quantum Revolution
By Carlo Rovelli
Translated by Erica Segre and Simon Carnell

Bill Bratton Explains His Ideas of Good Policing

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By Alan Ehrenhalt

A Memoir of Community, Race, and the Arc of Policing in America
By Bill Bratton and Peter Knobler

Multiple global news sites down including BBC, New York Times

A number of national and international news sites went down tonight including the New York Times, CNN and the BBC.

The Guardian, SMH and The Age are reported to vbe affected locally, including Channel 10 + 10play down online.

In New Zealand, TVNZ OnDemand and TradeMe are both down – while Radio NZ is also unavailable for some users.

10 Emerging GOP Lies About The U.S. Capitol Riot Shredded On MSNBC

MSNBC’s Ari Melber on Monday pointed out how “more and more” Republicans are embracing lies about the U.S. Capitol riot by minimizing the violence or trying to spin the blame.

“The Beat” anchor then swiftly shredded ten emerging falsehoods — by playing audio of outlandish GOP claims alongside footage of the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection incited by then-President Donald Trump.

“There are signs of (how) blatantly rejecting the evidence of your eyes and ears has become a litmus test for some hard-right figures,” said Melber. “This matters for truth and justice and how these lies spread matters for our future as a country.”

And “it’s not going away yet,” he warned. 

Watch the video here: