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- A Fidelity fund has slashed its estimate of Twitter’s value amid ongoing chaos at the company, implying the social media platform may be worth only a third of its value compared to when Elon Musk acquired it in October. According to a monthly disclosure, Fidelity’s Blue Chip Growth Fund reported that its stake in Twitter was worth $6.55 million at the end of April. The Fidelity report is dated April 28, so it does not reflect recent changes in Twitter’s leadership. Earlier this month, Musk announced that former NBCUniversal advertising exec Linda Yaccarino would be taking over as Twitter CEO, though Musk has said he would continue to play significant roles as executive chairman and chief technology officer.
- China faces increasingly difficult and complex national security challenges and must prepare for “worst-case” scenarios by increasing its capacity to deal with internal and external threats, President Xi Jinping has warned. “We must be prepared for worst-case and extreme scenarios and be ready to withstand the major test of high winds, choppy waters and even dangerous storms,” state-run news agency Xinhua quoted Xi as saying on Tuesday in a meeting with China’s top security officials in Beijing. He added that more efforts were needed to modernize the nation’s security architecture and “get prepared for actual combat and dealing with practical problems.” Xi made his comments to the National Security Commission amid increasing tensions with the US. Just this week, Beijing declined Washington’s request for a meeting between the two countries’ defense chiefs when both men attend a security conference in Singapore in June, citing the need for US officials to respect China’s sovereignty and security concerns.
- Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has assented to a new law aimed at preventing the theft of human organs and tissues, the country’s health ministry announced on Tuesday. The Human Organ Donation and Transplant Bill 2023 was introduced in response to reports of an increase in the illicit trade in and trafficking of human organs, cells, and tissue. While the law aims to protect vulnerable groups, particularly women who are tricked into undergoing surgeries and having their organs sold in global trafficking networks, it also forms part of the government’s strategic plan to address health challenges in a country where non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are on the rise. Health Minister Jane Aceng thanked Museveni for signing the measure into law, saying that “the door is now open for Uganda to begin a new chapter of organ transplant.”
- The personal information of nearly half a million users of notorious hacker forum RaidForums has been leaked to the public, tech blog BleepingComputer confirmed on Monday. An SQL database containing the registration information for 478,870 RaidForms members who joined the site between 2015 and 2020 – including usernames, emails, registration dates, and hashed passwords – was posted to a newer hacking forum, Exposed, by that forum’s administrator, ‘Impotent,’ on Monday. Impotent told BleepingComputer that while users had been excluded from the database so as to “cause no drama,” 99% of the original content was still present. Only Exposed knew the source of the data, but would not share any details, the admin added on Tuesday, explaining that the database had not been intended for the public but that Impotent had made the decision to leak it anyway. Other members of Exposed have reportedly vouched for the legitimacy of the information.
- A Stanford University professor has claimed there is a “100%” possibility that alien life forms have visited Earth in the past and that they are still present on our planet to this day. Speaking at a conference in Manhattan last week, Dr. Garry Nolan – an immunologist and Nobel Prize nominee who claims to have worked for the CIA in the past – suggested that humans have likely even seen aliens before but simply didn’t notice anything different about them, similar to how South American tribes spotted Spanish ships for the first time. “I think it’s an advanced form of intelligence that is using some kind of intermediaries,” Nolan said, noting that, “It’s not that they walk among us wearing a skin suit. You’re going to put something there that I think of as an intelligence test.”
- The authorities in Pristina have crossed an invisible line by ignoring US advice to de-escalate tensions in Kosovo, failing to understand that America’s global interests are paramount. The only thing the US is really interested in is suppressing Russia; everything else can wait, former Yugoslav Foreign Minister Vladislav Jovanovic told Sputnik. In his assessment, Washington does not need an escalation of the Balkan conflict in the current geopolitical circumstances, which Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti is persistently pursuing. “Pristina believes in the absolute support of America. This support is absolute when it comes to the so-called independence, but the US has other geopolitical interests. These interests are more important, and this is where the clash of interests between the so-called Kosovo and the US begins. At the moment, the US does not need a conflict in the Balkans because it would divert attention from Ukraine. Its interest is to continue suppressing Russia while everything else is put on hold,” Jovanovic said.
- A foreign policy that seeks to peacefully accommodate potential adversaries would be the best option for the US to pursue, allowing Washington to protect its national security on a tighter Pentagon budget and not accommodate spending on offensive conventional power projection abroad, former US Army HQ Staff Officer David T. Pyne said. There is no cause for a hue and cry about US defense spending suffering as a result of some of the aspects of the deal brokered between House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and US President Joe Biden to raise the debt ceiling, David T. Pyne said.
- Europe will experience a likely decline and deindustrialization if it chooses to stay within the system dominated by the United States, renowned US academic and philosopher Noam Chomsky told Sputnik. “Europe has a major decision to make: Will it stay within the US-dominated system, facing likely decline and even, some predict, deindustrialization?” Chomsky said. “Or will it accommodate in some fashion to its natural economic partner to the East, rich in mineral resources that Europe needs and a gateway to the lucrative China market?” Chomsky noted that these questions have arisen in one form or another since World War II. “Again, we can only speculate.”
- Emerald Green Venetian Canal Water Explained. The city’s famous canals were so jaw-droppingly green that they nearly resembled the Chicago River during a St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Authorities in Italy have officially narrowed down their investigation into why the canals in Italy turned green over the weekend. The bright, emerald hue was first spotted on Sunday morning by the Rialto bridge before it began to spread, the Regional Agency for the Environment in Venice (ARPAV) said. After environmental authorities conducted tests on the water they discovered its color was the result of Fluorescein, a non-toxic substance first invented by NASA, and most often used to test waterways. But it’s unclear to authorities how, or why, the tracer ended up in one of the world’s most famous waterway systems.
- The ambitious draft budget that envisages showering Denmark’s severely understaffed and overstretched military with gold follows a spending spree that involves several massive aid packages to Ukraine and pledges to reach NATO’s spending target already this year. Denmark’s acting Defense Minister Troels Lund Poulsen of the Liberals has presented a massive DKK 143Bln ($20Bln) defense budget over the next 10 years aimed to correct present shortcomings. The annual level of spending will rise from DKK 6.7Bln ($960Mln) this year to as much as DKK 19.2Bln (approximately $2.8Bln) in 2033. Among other things, the money will be spent on everything from personnel to buildings and materiel to boost Denmark’s defense.
- Hundreds of artificial intelligence researchers and technology executives have signed off on a stark warning that AI poses an existential threat to humanity, in the latest sign of widespread alarm within the industry over the potential threat posed by the new field. “Mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war,” reads a Tuesday statement released by the nonprofit Center for AI Safety. The release carried the signatures of some of the industry’s top names, including ChatGPT creator and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, and nearly 40 members of Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence unit. Dan Hendrycks, the computer scientist leading the Center for AI Safety, said the letter’s brevity was intentional. “We need widespread acknowledgment of the stakes before we can have useful policy discussions,” Hendrycks told a US media outlet. “For risks of this magnitude, the takeaway isn’t that this technology is overhyped, but that this issue is currently underemphasized relative to the actual level of threat.”
- Historical whites played by non-whites has become a trend in recent years, particularly in the UK and the US. Conversely, having a white actor play a historic person of color would be considered outrageous or even racist, which, according to some, exposes the double standards of “woke” culture.
“The History of Sweden,” a new project by Sweden’s national broadcaster SVT, has sparked some massive outrage with its choice of actors reflecting its unrelenting quest for diversity even before the launch. SVT itself notably described the production, out this autumn, as its biggest history investment ever. The series, which spans from the Ice Age to the present day, has taken three years to make. About 300 historians and experts are said to have been involved in the project. However, from the program’s first tidbits, it appears that early Swedes are being played by Blacks and other non-European immigrants, something that didn’t go unnoticed on social media. Among other things, the clip showed a group of early Nordic hunters lying in wait for their prey – played by Africans. This choice of actors triggered a barrage of criticism on social media.
- Around each star in space, there is a distance at which the surface temperature on a planet is most likely to have water in a liquid state – that is, between 1 and 100 degrees Celsius – on its surface. Any planet orbiting at this distance, which is known as the “Goldilocks” zone because, like the temperature of the soup from the fairy tale, its conditions are “just right,” would be capable of supporting life, assuming certain other factors don’t also appear to create chaos. According to new research by a group of University of Florida astronomers, that’s likely the case on as many as two-thirds of planets found at that distance from their star. Their research is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). That close to their star, planets are at risk of being subjected to extreme tidal forces by the star’s immense gravitational pull. It could cause earthquakes or volcanic eruptions and it could even cause the planet to become tidally “locked,” with one side always facing the star and the other side always facing away. In addition, the planet could be bombarded with powerful solar winds and bursts from its surface. Life would likely not be able to develop in such environments, despite existing in the “Goldilocks” zone.
- A new Jupiter-size exoplanet with the highest density known till this date and mass 13 times than that of Jupiter, has been discovered by an international team of scientists led by Prof. Abhijit Chakraborty at the Exoplanet Research Group of the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), Ahmedabad. Massive giant exoplanets are those having mass greater than four times that of Jupiter. ISRO said that the discovery of this massive exoplanet was made using the indigenously made PRL Advanced Radial-velocity Abu-sky Search spectrograph (PARAS) at the 1.2 m telescope of PRL at its Gurushikhar Observatory in Mt. Abu by measuring the mass of the planet precisely. The newly discovered exoplanet is found around the star called TOI4603 or HD 245134. NASA’s The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) initially declared TOI4603 as a possible candidate to host a secondary body of unknown nature.
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