News Burst 11 October 2020 - Live Feed

News Burst 11 October 2020

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  • “They bring bad luck, take them back.” This is the sentence written on two anonymous letters that accompanied a package arrived from Canada and delivered to the owner of a travel agency in Pompeii (Naples). Inside some stolen archaeological finds. In the letters, written in English, the confession of someone who, overseas, explains that he stole the objects during a visit to the excavations: two mosaic tiles, a piece of ceramic and two pieces of amphora. The theft had occurred in 2005 but since that episode, it is still said, the life of the thieves had been marked only by negative events. Hence their “repentance” and the decision to send everything back to Italy, with the conviction that bad luck was due to the possession of the finds. The owner of the agency, after an initial moment of surprise, handed over everything to the carabinieri of the permanent post of the archaeological park.

 

  • Before it delivers colonists to Mars, the SpaceX Starship system may be delivering tanks to a war zone. The DoD has asked the Elon Musk-funded firm to explore the possibility of hauling military cargo through orbit. A year ago SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell mused about how the Pentagon could use its future heavy launch system Starship. Not to land space marines on Mars, but for the speedy point-to-point delivery of cargo on Earth. The pitch apparently fell on fertile ground, since the US Transport Command (TRANSCOM) has signed an agreement with SpaceX to explore this very possibility. What the DoD envisions is β€œmoving the equivalent of a C-17 payload anywhere on the globe in less than an hour,” according to Gen. Stephen Lyons, TRANSCOM commander. A C-17 Globemaster III can move up to 77.5 tons, which is enough to fit an M1 Abrams tank. The key technologies for orbital cargo flights have been around for quite some time. But the cost of such a service compared to regular transport aviation is prohibitively high even for an organization awash with taxpayer dollars like the Pentagon. For decades the only cargo that required such a mode of transportation was a nuclear warhead.

 

  • An employee of India’s state-funded Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has been arrested for supplying secret information to Pakistan’s spy agency the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Maharashtra State Police revealed on Friday. The man has been accused of supplying crucial information about fighter aircraft and their manufacturing unit to the ISI, said the Anti-Terrorist Squad of Nashik, Maharashtra state. “The Nashik unit of the state Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) received reliable intelligence about the man, who was in constant touch with ISI”, a police official said. The official confirmed that the man was allegedly supplying secret information related to the HAL aircraft manufacturing unit at Ozar near Nashik as well as sensitive details about Indian fighter jets.

 

  • A massive search is underway in the state of Western Australia after officials were alerted Friday to the case of a missing surfer who had been severely bitten by a shark at a beach near the coastal town of Esperance.The shark attack, which was witnessed by several beachgoers, occurred at the Kelp Beds beach in Wylie Bay just before 11 a.m. local time. Officials have not yet publicly identified the individual; however, Western Australia Police Senior Sgt. Justin Tarasinski told reporters that the missing surfer is a man who is β€œwell-known” in the area. Beaches from the Aussie state’s Wylie Head to Cape Le Grand National Park have been shuttered for the time being.

 

  • Households who are allocated forest lands in KiΓͺn Giang Province’s HΓ²n ĐαΊ₯t District have not only protected them well but also improved their incomes by exploiting their resources. In 2017 the province People’s Committee decided to replace the trees with cajuput trees. It also decided that households have to ensure 70 per cent of land is covered in forests and use the rest to farm aquatic creatures, breed animals and grow crops. LΓͺ HoΓ ng Anh, deputy chairman of the LΓ¬nh Huα»³nh Commune People’s Committee, said the task of protecting forests is done well, and illegal logging is rare. β€œInitially, most households did not have awareness about forest protection, but forest officials strengthened advocacy to address this, and forests are now carefully protected,” he said.
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​’First Post Pandemic Airliner’

Dubbed Baby Boom, the supersonic commercial jet Overture, which is to have a maximum speed of Mach 2.2, making it capable of flying London to New York in just three hours and 30 minutes. “We have an assembled aircraft with all the technology that we need to do what we’re talking about here”. XB-1, which has a wingspan of 6.40 meters, is equipped with three J85-15 engines, designed by General Electric, that supply more than 12,000 pounds of thrust, allowing it to fly at breakthrough supersonic speeds. According to the team at Boom, the aircraft’s carbon-composite airframe will enable it to maintain its strength and rigidity “under the high temperatures and stresses of supersonic flight.” The eagerly anticipated roll out of XB-1, specifically designed to “discover learnings” for Overture, was broadcast on October 7 in a live virtual presentation. Scholl remains positive about the future of the industry and is confident that by the time Overture is ready, the supersonic airliner will be primely placed to mark the return of supersonic travel. “What’s happening right now is we’ve had a lull in travel due to the pandemic. Travel is going to bounce back. It might take a year. It might take a couple of years. But when that happens, airlines are going to be looking for opportunities for growth and for differentiation.” he says. Overture will also offer passengers “expansive views” thanks to large, personal windows at every seat and aims to provide “a sense of tranquility,” while making the planet “dramatically more accessible.”

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Photos of two Chinese doctors who survived Covid-19 in Wuhan, China, showing that their skin turned black after they were infected with the novel coronavirus. The claim is true – but the strange change in colour was only temporary. Dr An Chuc is doctor based in Paris, an expert at the Paris Court of Appeal and also head of the medical-judicial unit of the Sud-Seine hospital group. She explains: “What we can see in these images are compatible with what we observe during liver dysfunction in a patient. In reality, the skin isn’t turning black but dark yellow. This is what we call jaundice. It also affects the conjonctive [a membrane in the eye]. The change in colour is a result of the liver being unable to process waste. Often this can be caused by contracting a viral disease, so in this case it could have been caused by Covid-19. It often happens with viral hepatitis, and can be caused by drug poisoning too. However, neither I nor my colleagues have ever seen this happen to that extent.” Chinese medical teams also attributed the phenomenon to liver dysfunction. According to local media, liver dysfunction could be a result of the drugs the patients were taking or because the virus temporarily increased the level of iron in their blood, leading to a temporary change in skin colour.

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Jonathan

Jonathan (hatched c.1832)is a Seychelles giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys gigantea hololissa), a subspecies of the Aldabra giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys gigantea), and the oldest known living terrestrial animal in the world. Jonathan resides on the island of Saint Helena, a British Overseas Territory in the South Atlantic Ocean. Tortoise Jonathan at Plantation House Saint Helena March 2020. Jonathan was hatched c. 1832 in the Seychelles and brought to Saint Helena in 1882.

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Guadalupe, Mexico

A drawing of the Virgin Mary unexpectedly re-appeared in the road by a parking lot in Guadalupe, Mexico, after the concrete was splashed with water, according to local media. The pic depicting the mother of Jesus covered in a blue veil did not come out of nowhere – the chalk image was drawn on the road during the β€œBella VΓ­a” festival held in the municipality 13 years ago, according to Guadalupe’s president Cristina DΓ­az. The parking lot has undergone many changes since then and all the images were erased. Extreme weather conditions also did not help to preserve the drawings. However, after a builder spilled water on the ground, the familiar details suddenly re-emerged on the road, causing β€œsurprise” among officials and locals. The image was immediately cordoned off. The re-appearance of the illustration was dubbed a ‘miracle’ by believers and worshippers who gathered around Virgin Mary, bringing candles and flowers. Just this year, another ‘miracle’ sparked debates in Italy, after a statue of the Virgin Mary located in the southern province of Lecce was spotted β€œtearing blood” as an unexplained reddish substance suddenly appeared on the saint’s face.

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The surface of Halley's Comet when 84 million miles from the Sun.

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We do not know the answer to this question. Where did all the red #Auroras come from? For much of mid-October, Earth's magnetic field has been very quiet. Extremely quiet. There should have been almost no auroras at all but... #NewsBurstLive

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Nelle ultime 24 ore in Europa e Medio Oriente, la prima #OndaSismica parte dall'Iran con un M4 poi altro M4 tra Italia e Libia e Algeria e Azzorre. La seconda onda ha invece riempito i punti intermedi di quella precedente con M3. M5 nel Nord Atlantico next?#NewsBurstLive

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#ChiefRaoniMetuktire, one of the most iconic defenders of the #Amazon, condemned Brazilian President Jair #Bolsonaro on Saturday for blaming wildfires devastating the rainforest on indigenous people. #NewsBurstLive

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The STS #Sedov encounters no ice as it attempts the #NorthernSeaRoute. Magnificent giant sailing ship easily passes three #Arctic seas exactly 142 years after the famous #VegaExpedition was stuck in pack ice for 11 months. #NewsBurstLive

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"Welcome to the Sunday School Church,” the ad reads. #Iceland’s National Christian Church officials say they are attempting to attract more visitors by promoting a culture that ’embraces everyone'. #NewsBurstLive

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Malaysia's palm oil companies are looking to recruit recovering drug addicts and prisoners to solve a severe shortage of foreign workers that has worsened due to a coronavirus-driven border closure. #NewsBurstLive

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News Burst 27 October 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 27 October 2020 – Live Feed

NASA has today confirmed, for the first time, that there is water on the sunlit surface of the moon. The revelation means it is possible water is easily accessible and not just in the deep, permanently shadowed craters of the south pole, as was previously thought. A separate piece of research found these so-called ‘cold traps’, which are always in shadow, may contain up to 15,000 square miles – 40,000 square km – of water.

News Burst 26 October 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 26 October 2020 – Live Feed

Tech giants Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon have been summoned by a joint committee of the Indian parliament to discuss the issue of data protection and privacy over the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019. While Amazon refused to appear before an Indian parliamentary panel for a scheduled meeting on Friday, Facebook’s public policy head (India, South and Central Asia) Ankhi Das was grilled for two hours on the issue of data security by the panel.

News Burst 25 October 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 25 October 2020 – Live Feed

The FBI has declassified documents mentioning flying saucers and “multidimensional beings”, it follows from an almost 70-page report penned by an unnamed professor and recently leaked online, reportedly on the FBI’s online vault. According to Alienstar and the Daily Star, the files dubbed Memorandum 6751 by UFOlogists discuss alien encounters dating back to 1947, mentioning extraterrestrial ray wielding “disks” and other Alien Objects.

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