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  • Heman, a student at Fairfax County’s Frost Middle School, pitched his idea for a soap that could help fight skin cancer at a cost of less than $10 per bar. The soap, Heman explained, would be made with compounds that could reactivate the cells that guard human skin, enabling them to fight cancer cells. In April, Heman submitted the video to the 3M Young Scientist Challenge, an annual competition that invites students in grades five through eight to “change their world for the better with a single innovative idea.” Earlier this month, after competing against nine other finalists in the challenge, he won the title of America’s Top Young Scientist.

 

  • A forgotten bundle of love letters sent to French sailors more than 260 years ago – but never before opened or read – has been discovered among British naval archives, revealing intimate details of 18th-century marital and family life. The remarkable stash of more than 100 letters was discovered by chance at the National Archives in Kew by Renaud Morieux, professor of European history at the University of Cambridge, who asked archivists if they could be opened so he could read them for the first time. Inside, he found deeply personal and often passionate messages intended for the sailors, who had been captured in 1758 onboard a French warship during the seven years’ war.

 

  • In May 2023, a powerful blast rocked the city of Khmelnitsky located in Ukraine about 200km away from the border with Poland when a Russian strike wiped out a Ukrainian ammunition depot where British-supplied depleted uranium was stored. Dr. Christopher Busby, a physical chemist and scientific secretary of the European Committee on Radiation Risk, has stepped forward to address the naysayers who tried to discredit his warnings about the potentially dangerous consequences of the depleted uranium munitions depot explosion. “On May 19th I wrote an article for Sputnik about the Khmelnitsky explosion. I had examined gamma radiation data from detectors to the North West of the attack site, which showed increases in radiation from points in Poland near the Ukraine border, and through Germany. I concluded that the belief that a warehouse containing Uranium weapons supplied by the UK had been hit and that the Uranium had exploded in a huge fireball, and that the particles produced by the explosion had drifted with the wind at the time across Europe.”

 

  • The South Korean government is launching a plan to combat bedbugs amid a growing number of reports of the pests being discovered: the pests have been spotted in 17 cities and provinces across the country so far. The Asian nation is the latest to address the problem, and authorities have not ruled out the possibility that the insects could have been brought in by travelers from France. The official said the pests were thought to have been absent from Korea since the 1970s, when toxic DDT pesticides became more widely available. In mid-September, however, a bedbug infestation was reported at a university dormitory in the city of Daegu. A few weeks later, the blood-sucking insects were discovered in a sauna in Incheon.

 

  • Senator Tom Cotton accused four major media outlets and their journalists of taking part in the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7 and demanded US Attorney General Merrick Garland to open a national security investigation into them, according to a letter, published by the lawmaker on Friday. “I write regarding reports that so-called ‘journalists’ employed by the Associated Press, CNN, New York Times, and Reuters accompanied Hamas terrorists into Israel during the October 7 terror attack. These individuals almost certainly knew about the attack in advance, and even participated by accompanying Hamas terrorists during the attack and filming the heinous acts,” the letter said. “The Department of Justice must immediately open a national security investigation into these four media outlets,” the senator added. Cotton claims that he knows of at least one case in which a journalist working for one of these media outlets even took a selfie of himself being kissed on the cheek by one of the Hamas leaders who planned the attack on Israel, according to the letter.

 

  • The German government has set a goal of creating a “powerful Bundeswehr” (armed forces) that can defend itself and wage war for European “security and freedom” amid the Ukraine conflict. Germany has presented a brand new military doctrine since 2011 that envisages a military buildup, naming Russia as “the greatest threat to peace and security in the Euro-Atlantic area” and chastising China for “increasingly aggressively claiming regional supremacy.” “Today, nobody can seriously doubt what we in Germany have been avoiding for a long time, namely that we need a powerful Bundeswehr,” German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Friday, while commenting on the profound shift in the country’s strategic thinking. What’s more, Scholz vowed to meet NATO’s 2% spending target “throughout the ’20s and ’30s.” Per the Western press, Germany will hit this goal already this year, due to the €100 billion ($106.7 billion) special fund created in the wake of the Ukraine conflict.

 

  • US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made “the biggest mistake” by invoking his Jewish ancestry on his arrival in Tel Aviv last month, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday. On October 12, Blinken arrived in Tel Aviv and held a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Blinken said that he had come to the country “not only as the United States Secretary of State, but also as a Jew.”

 

  • Ukrainian troops deliberately destroyed what once was a nature reserve in the Kinburn Spit region, apparently heedless of the damage they inflicted on the environment. In their attempts to uncover possible Russian positions, Ukrainian militants have thrown cluster and white phosphorus incendiary munitions into the woodland, a soldier from theRussian military reconnaissance brigade “Dnepr” told media. “[White] phosphorus. They used [white] phosphorus. They often burn out the woodland to unmask our positions, in order to subsequently call in artillery strikes,” the soldier explained. According to him, Kiev regime forces would often fire white phosphorus munitions into the foliage to see if anyone tried to run away from the ensuing conflagration. “They burn out a lot,” the soldier remarked. “There used to be a nature reserve once.”

 

  • The examinations of the anchor lifted near the damaged Balticconnector pipeline have reinforced suspicion that it belongs to the Chinese Newnew Polar Bear ship, flying the Hong Kong flag, the Finnish police reported on Friday. “Investigation into the Balticconnector gas pipeline damage has been underway for a month. Technical examinations have reinforced suspicion that the anchor lifted from the sea belongs to the vessel Newnew Polar Bear. Cooperation between Finland, Estonia and supporting national authorities has been close and successful. The police have also increased contacts with Chinese authorities for solving the case,” the police said in a statement. The police added that they had contacted Chinese authorities and made international request for legal assistance in order to obtain information and enhance cooperation in clearing up the case.

 

  • Washington is about to run out of funds allocated for Ukraine and will need to begin reducing military aid to Kiev, the Pentagon told journalists on Thursday. The Defense Department has urged Congress to break an impasse and greenlight the White House’s request for a $106-billion aid bundle, which includes funds for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan. Washington has spent around 95% of previous funding for Ukraine, the Pentagon’s deputy spokeswoman Sabrina Singh said, adding that this totals more than $60 billion. Only about $1 billion out of that sum remains unspent, she said. The remaining money will be used to send military equipment from existing stocks to Ukraine and replace it with new orders.

 

  • Should Washington halt its military and financial assistance to Kiev, Ukraine would just go on with the conflict without it, Zelensky maintained when asked if he was “worried” about potential changes in US foreign policy in the case of Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential election victory in particular. Earlier, Trump repeatedly vowed that he would have a peace deal between Moscow and Kiev worked out “within 24 hours” if elected in 2024. Speaking to Reuters on Wednesday, Zelensky brushed off such promises as a plan by Trump to “fix” the conflict for himself, with no regard for the “price” Ukraine would supposedly have to pay.

 

  • Free online video chat Omegle has been taken offline by its founder, Leif K-Brooks, who bemoaned a pile-up of challenges in running the platform. The site was taken down on Wednesday, with K-Brooks posting a lengthy statement to explain his decision. “Virtually every tool can be used for good or for evil, and that is especially true of communication tools, due to their innate flexibility. The telephone can be used to wish your grandmother ‘happy birthday’ but it can also be used to call in a bomb threat. There can be no honest accounting of Omegle without acknowledging that some people misused it, including to commit unspeakably heinous crimes,” the site’s founder wrote. Omegle first went online in March 2009, promptly becoming extremely popular and soon getting its iconic videotelephony feature, allowing random strangers to talk with each other.

 

  • In the glaring spotlight of the 2020 presidential race, as Joe Biden vowed to make the wealthy pay their “fair share” in taxes, a financial drama was unfolding behind the scenes with his crack addict son, Hunter – who was frantically trying to clean up a trail of unpaid taxes before it became an explosive scandal. Recent revelations from IRS memos, made public by Congress, lay bare a saga of deceit and desperation. The IRS memos, part of a staggering 700-page release by the House Ways and Means Committee, unravel a sordid tale. Hunter, in his scramble to settle outstanding taxes dating back to 2014 – including income from Ukrainian energy giant Burisma Holdings – seemingly misled his own accountant, Jeffrey Gelfound of Edward White & Company. Gelfound, now a cooperating witness in the IRS’s criminal probe, might be a crucial figure if tax charges are brought against Hunter Biden by Special Counsel David Weiss.

 

  • On Wednesday, a professor at Princeton University tweeted that he considered the idea of humans having sex with animals to be “thought-provoking.” According to the Daily Caller, Peter Singer is a bioethics professor at Princeton’s University Center for Human Values. He also describes himself as an animal rights activist.

 

  • Astronomers studying data from the JWST’s Advanced Deep Extragalactic Survey, which looks at early galaxies with an infrared lens to help analyze their spectra, may have found an explanation for a puzzling situation that, by all prevailing logic, shouldn’t exist. When all the matter in the universe from a compact sphere some 13.8 billion years ago, allowing it to expand exponentially, there was a certain sequence of events that had to take place before the universe could begin to look like what we see today, with galaxies and stars that shine and black holes that gobble up light. As much of the universe’s matter was diffuse and not compacted into regions like nebulae, which form from exploding stars and are regarded as stellar nurseries. As a result, the early universe wasn’t nearly as bright as it is at present. At least, that’s what they thought. When the JWST looked at a group of galaxies 12 billion light-years away (and thus existing 12 billion years in the past), they found an “extreme” glow of light, equivalent to galaxies much larger than them.

 

  • In Bangladesh, textile industry workers who sew clothes from Levi’s, Zara, Gap, H&M and other world-famous brands have been on strike for two weeks. About 500 factories are closed. They demand an increase in wages to $208. Now they are paid $75. After a week of protests, the authorities agreed to $113. People are not happy with this. Riots and clashes with the police began, and three workers died. Unions say police fired tear gas and rubber bullets. The garment industry is the backbone of Bangladesh’s economy, accounting for 35% of GDP and more than 80% of exports worth $55 billion.

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