News Burst 1 July 2022
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- NASA announced that it will release the first full-color images and spectroscopic data from the James Webb space telescope on July 12, 2022. The James Webb Space Telescope was built and deployed in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and is the largest and most complex observatory ever launched into space. Webb has been going through a six-month period of preparation before it can begin science work where its instruments were calibrated to its environment and its mirrors were aligned. “The release of Webb’s first full-color images will offer a unique moment for us all to stop and marvel at the view humanity has never seen before, “said Eric Smith, Webb program scientist at NASA Headquarters in Washington.
- Kiev’s ambassador to Berlin has insulted a group of German intellectuals, who penned an open letter advocating the end of arms deliveries to Ukraine. The signatories called on the West to make Kiev negotiate peace. Commenting on their appeal, Andrey Melnik tweeted “Not again” on Thursday, adding in English: “What a bunch of pseudo-intellectual loosers (sic).” Referring to some of the signatories by their last names, Melnik suggested they “should go to hell with [their] defeatist advice.” The open letter, which infuriated the Ukrainian diplomat, was published in Germany’s Die Zeit newspaper on Wednesday, titled “Ceasefire now!” In it, a group of 21 German academics, philosophers, journalists, artists and ex-diplomats urged the “West to end the Ukraine war through negotiations.”
- The 29-year-old transgender skateboarder who won a female tournament against children as young as 10 in New York has shown no regret towards the youngsters in an interview. Los Angeles resident Ricci Tres won the Boardr Open skateboarding competition at the weekend and took home a $500 prize – to the disapproval of many such as fellow skater Taylor Silverman. “Male wins women’s skateboarding finals and money at the Boardr Open NYC presented by DC today,” Silverman, who herself has been beaten by trans skaters, wrote on Twitter. In an interview with the Daily Mail, Tres vowed “I’m not going to go easy on them because they’re kids” and claimed that skateboarding isn’t as physically demanding as swimming or running, with age and gender not influential factors either. Tres’ nearest rival was Shiloh Catori, aged 13, who finished in second and claimed $250. The other four finalists were all 17 or under with the youngest, Juri Iikura, just 10.
- The FBI has launched an investigation into allegations of sex abuse against the Roman Catholic Church in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Associated Press reported on Wednesday. The investigation will look into whether Catholic priests transported minors across state lines to commit sex crimes, the report said, citing sources familiar with the matter. Investigators have interviewed more than a dozen alleged victims this year as part of the effort to determine whether the priests could be charged under the 1910 Mann Act, which stipulates trafficking of individuals across state lines for sexual purposes is a felony offense. The federal government has prosecuted under the act various individuals, including sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell and pop star Robert “R.” Kelly, who was found guilty of various sex crimes in 2021.
- The US government wants the tech world to ban TikTok following media claims that its American branch lied about not sending personal data to China. The app should be removed from the app stores operated by Google and Apple, Brendan Carr – one of the top officials in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) – wrote to the companies. Carr shared a complaint that he sent last week to Google and Apple, requesting the removal of TikTok. The stores controlled by the two US-based companies are the primary sources – the only legal source, in Apple’s case – of new apps for device users. In the letter, he called TikTok a “sophisticated surveillance tool that harvests extensive amounts of personal and sensitive data.”
- A Massachusetts Institute of Techology (MIT) spin-off called Quaise Energy has set its sights on implementing a new concept of tapping into geothermal energy. According to a press release from MIT, the concept in question involves vaporizing rock using a microwave-emitting device called gyrotron and thus drilling deep holes that would allow harvesting geothermal energy “at a scale that could satisfy human energy consumption for millions of years”. Paul Woskov, research engineer at MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center and author of this idea, set his sights on using this approach to retrofit an abandoned coal power plant to turn it into a carbon-free power-generating facility. And Quaise Energy, which is commercializing Woskov’s work, hopes that, if conversion of that power plant works out, then the same process could be used for other coal and gas power plants.
- Prince William and his wife were criticized for visiting the Caribbean, implying its “colonialism” nature. The public urged the royal couple to apologize and pay monetary compensation for slavery. Prince Charles’s trip to Barbados is in second place, costing 138,000 pounds, according to the statement. In total, 4.5 million pounds was spent on the royal family’s official visits in the 2021-2022 financial year, the statement read.
- The son and namesake of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was sworn in as president of the Philippines, completing a stunning comeback for one of Asia’s most famous political dynasties, 36 years after it was ousted in a popular uprising.
- Israeli lawmakers voted to dissolve parliament following the collapse of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s ruling coalition, opening the way for a November 1 election that will be Israel’s fifth in less than four years. Bennett will stand down to be replaced by his coalition partner, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid.
- Shares in German gas and power utility Uniper fell sharply after it sounded the alarm bells and sought government help.
- In 1947, the current age of UFO encounters began. At the time, newspaper accounts misconstrued this and referred to the objects as “flying saucers”. Many UFO sightings were recorded in the years following the “flying saucer” revelation, and the subject of UFOs got so intricate that even the US Air Force began discreetly researching sightings. Air Force Captain Edward James Ruppelt was in charge of a project code-named Blue Book that looked investigated UFO reports in the 1950s. Throughout the study, the team behind Ruppelt and their followers came to the conclusion that no UFO which had been evaluated or disclosed was a threat to national security. They claimed this because there was no proof that the sightings displayed technology beyond the understanding of modern science. They also came to the conclusion that the characterization of “flying saucers” clearly doesn’t apply to all UFO experiences. As a result, Ruppelt invented another, more appropriate name, ‘UFO,’ which stands for an unidentified flying object; nevertheless, other sources claim that the phrase was originally used by American writer and marine pilot Donald Edward Keyhoe in 1953.
- Sweden had not joined a military alliance or participated in any war since 1814, with its neutrality being flexible, self-declared and not enshrined in law, as the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars noted in its 2 February 2022 study. In contrast, Finland’s neutrality was stipulated by the Paris Peace Treaty of 1947 which was signed after the end of the Second World War between the Allied powers – including the USSR, the UK, the US and France – and former Nazi Germany allies, such as Italy, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Finland. “This definitely appears to be a violation of Finland’s international agreements signed after WWII with the Soviet Union then later Russia,” said Earl Rasmussen, executive vice-president of Eurasia Group, citing the 1947 treaty as well as the 1992 Russo-Finnish treaty.
- The governor of the Oshikoto region i Namibia, Penda ya Ndakolo said many of the inhabitants living in rural areas in the region are still drinking dirty saline water, due to acute water shortages. He said safe drinking water remains a challenge in the region, as the pipeline water pressure in most areas is too low to reach the deep remote areas.
- Russia’s defence ministry said it had decided to withdraw from the outcrop as a “gesture of goodwill” to show Moscow was not obstructing UN efforts to open a humanitarian corridor allowing grains to be shipped from Ukraine.
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