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  • A Brazilian horse nicknamed Caramelo by social media users garnered national attention after a television news helicopter filmed him stranded on a rooftop in southern Brazil, where massive floods have killed more than 100 people. About 24 hours after he was first spotted, and with people clamouring for his rescue, a team in Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul state on Thursday successfully removed Caramelo, providing a dose of hope to a beleaguered region. The brown horse had been balancing on two narrow strips of slippery asbestos for days in Canoas, a city in the Porto Alegre metropolitan area that is one of the hardest-hit areas in the state, much of which has been isolated by floodwaters.

 

  • Japan will expand its whaling to hunt threatened fin whales, a move condemned by the EIA as “an appalling step backwards”. The government of Japan announced today (9 May) that it will add threatened fin whales to its list of commercial whaling species. The country formally left the International Whaling Commission (IWC) as of June 2019, effectively becoming a rogue whaling nation to undertake commercial whaling in its exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Clare Perry, Senior Ocean Adviser at the EIA, said: “This is a terrible step backwards and a last ditch attempt by the Government of Japan to stimulate almost non-existent consumer demand for whale meat in Japan, at in order to justify the construction of a new whaling center. the killing of factory ships, at taxpayer expense, which could tie Japan to decades more of this destructive, unsustainable, inhumane and obsolete industry. “Fin whales are one of Earth’s great carbon capturers and should be fully protected, including so that they can continue to play their vital role in the marine environment.”

 

  • Saudi authorities have permitted the use of lethal force to clear land for a futuristic desert city being built by dozens of Western companies. Col Rabih Alenezi says he was ordered to evict villagers from a tribe in the Gulf state to make way for The Line, part of the Neom eco-project. One of them was subsequently shot and killed for protesting against eviction. The Saudi government and Neom management refused to comment. Neom, Saudi Arabia’s $500bn (£399bn) eco-region, is part of its Saudi Vision 2030 strategy which aims to diversify the kingdom’s economy away from oil.

 

  • Contractors curious about an extension cord on the roof of a Michigan grocery store made a startling discovery: a 34-year-old woman was living inside the business sign, with enough space for a computer, printer and coffee maker, police said. “She was homeless,” said Brennon Warren, an officer with the Midland police department. “It’s a story that makes you scratch your head, just somebody living up in a sign.” The woman, whose name was not released, told police she had a job elsewhere but had been living inside the Family Fare sign for roughly a year, Warren said. She was found on 23 April. The Family Fare store is in a retail strip with a triangle-shaped sign at the top of the building. The sign structure, probably 5ft (1.5 meters) wide and 8ft (2.4 meters) high, has a door and is accessible from the roof, Warren said.

 

  • A woman is killed every four hours in South Africa. The grim reality is that femicide is grossly underreported in the media, and police reports often strip victims of their identity, turning them into statistics. According to the human rights organisation, Centre for Constitutional Rights, the femicide rate in South Africa is five times the global average.

 

  • A chunk of ice fell from an airplane and struck a family’s pet goat to death. The freak accident happened in Eagle Mountain, Utah. ‘Roosters were freaking out, the horses were going crazy,’ Cassidy Lewis told KUTV. Lewis then saw a large hole through the roof of a shed where she kept her goats. One of the goats was hurt and bleeding. Beneath the hole on the ground were ice chunks.

 

  • Health providers at U.S. military bases, some of whom are involved in treating military-connected minors, blasted the idea of waiting before injecting kids diagnosed with gender dysphoria with puberty blockers and hormones. The DoD providers said in the March 2023 edition of the American Journal of Public Health that the only pathway for children of military members who present with gender dysphoria symptoms is to immediately move towards “gender-affirming health care, such as puberty suppression and affirming hormones.” The doctors said that on the basis of “human rights,” “youths… have an inherent ability and right to consent to gender-affirming therapy.” They went so far as to claim 7-year-olds can make their own medical decisions.

 

  • If K-pop has a spiritual home, it’s probably SMTown. Operated by SM Entertainment Co., the six-story complex in Seoul’s affluent Gangnam neighborhood is a high-tech shrine to South Korea’s most successful cultural export. In December 2017, singer Kim Jong-hyun died by suicide in an apartment in Seoul. “Depression slowly chipped away at me, until it devoured me,” he wrote in a final note. Kim was 27; had he been revered in the West, he might have been remembered in the same way as other megastars, such as Jimi Hendrix and Amy Winehouse, who died at that age. But at SMTown, Kim’s death never happened. From fame to perceived wealth, everything about becoming an “idol” is attractive to young artists in South Korea. Companies exploit this ambition for their own profits, turning them into paragons of the music industry and denying human rights and fundamental freedoms. Idols are forced to endure “slave contracts,” abandoning all aspects of their lives to the control of the company. In recent years, stories of corruption, mistreatment and exploitation have slowly come to light. Unfortunately, following the complaint, there has been a lack of action and substantive change. These issues require more reflection on talent labels’ blatant disregard for the well-being of idols, turning them into money-making machines and treating them like nothing else. Both male and female K-pop groups have also been subject to incidents of sexual violence and harassment. Former K-pop stars have filed mass lawsuits against former record labels, citing mistreatment, unfair contracts, extortion and sexual assault. The power structure within management companies is clearly defined and reinforced by the cultural concept of “don’t bite the hand that feeds you”, protecting labels from being implicated in the mistreatment or abuse of their artists and ensuring that many things go unreported.

 

  • NOAA, and the Space Weather Prediction Center have reported that solar activity reached high levels over the past 24 hours. This activity prompted the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center to issue a Severe (G4) Geomagnetic Storm Watch earlier today, marking the first such event since 2005. The CMEs are associated with a large and magnetically complex sunspot cluster, known as NOAA region 3664, which spans an impressive 16 times the diameter of Earth. Several strong flares have been detected in this region, contributing to the heightened alert level. Region 3664 was the primary source of X-ray activity, producing an X1.1/2b flare (R3/Strong) at 5:44 PM UTC on May 9 and an X3.9 flare (R3) at 6:31 AM UTC on May 10, 2024. CMEs expected to impact Earth today and through the weekend. The flares generated halo coronal mass ejection (CME) signatures, which are expected to contribute to a train of at least five CMEs headed towards Earth.

 

  • The cometary globule Cg 4, nicknamed the Hand of God, is one of the many cometary globules present within the Milky Way. An image was captured by the Dark Energy Camera mounted on the Víctor M. Blanco 4-meter telescope at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory. About 1300 light years away, in the constellation of Poppa, a ghostly hand appears to emerge from the interstellar medium and reach out into the cosmos. It is one of the many cometary globules present in the Milky Way, whose morphology has origins that are still the subject of debate among astronomers. Cometary globules are a subclass of dark nebulae known as Bok globules: dense, isolated clouds of cosmic gas and dust surrounded by hot, ionized material. They are among the coldest objects known in the astrophysics field, with internal temperatures of the order of 10 kelvin. When these clouds have a trail similar to a long tail and are called cometary globules due to their vague resemblance to comets, even if in fact they have nothing in common.

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Astronomical Events in 2024

Astronomical Events in 2024

Welcome to 2024! There are plenty of events stargazers can add to their calendars.

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News Burst 11 May 2024 - Ain Dara Hittite Temple

Ain Dara Hittite Temple

Ain Dara is located in northern Syria, about 49km (by road) northwest of Aleppo and 7km south of the town of Afrin, on a mound at the east bank of the Afrin River. The main feature of the site is the temple that stands on the north end of the citadel mound. It covers a rectangular area of 38 by 32 meters with an entrance on its southeast facing side. Other reliefs, stele and sculpture fragments are in the Aleppo Museum. ~ Archaeo Histories

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News Burst 18 May 2024 The Pentagon has raised fears a quaint Swiss Alps hotel bought by a Chinese family may have been a spying post for Beijing due to its proximity to an F-35 jet airstrip. Hotel Rossli, in picturesque Unterbach, was purchased by the Wang family for...

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News Burst 17 May 2024 NATO-CIA secret terror army ‘Operation Gladio’ up to its old tricks again?On May 15, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot and wounded in Handlova.Meanwhile, on the night of May 14-15, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan convened an...

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News Burst 16 May 2024 The Slovak PM Robert Fico was shot on Wednesday, during a visit to the town of Handlova, and was rushed to hospital for surgery in a serious condition. His attacker has been arrested but his identity and motives have not yet been revealed....

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News Burst 14 May 2024 Araku Valley, India – Gemmala Sita is proud of the coffee beans she grows on what is among the world’s largest organic, fair-trade plantations. Her Arabica beans end up as steaming cups of coffee in the chic cafes of Paris and Dubai, Stockholm...

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News Burst 13 May 2024 ​AI can now outsmart you by lies and deception, researchers warn. AI systems are already skilled at deceiving and manipulating humans. New research suggests that some artificial intelligence (AI) systems have learned to deceive humans. This...

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