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  • This week AstraZeneca recalled its COVID-19 vaccine after admitting that it caused a ‘rare but serious’ clotting. Then we find that former CNN host Chris Cuomo has been taking Ivermectin, after mocking people for taking ‘dewoming medication,’ leading one to wonder how many dead Americans were dissuaded from taking it during the pandemic. And in the fullness of time, we’ve learned that vaccine maker Moderna employed a former FBI analyst to secretly police ‘vaccine misinformation,’ while the Biden White House directed virtually every social media platform to censor those questioning vaccinations. Hell, the NY Times suggested ZeroHedge was spreading misinformation for suggesting, in December of 2020, that vaccine cards would be used to track people and limit their freedom. And now people like former NY Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) are playing the whole thing off like he wasn’t a complete iron-fisted authoritarian during the pandemic – suggesting that masks were optional.

 

  • The Space Weather Prediction Center of NOAA warned on Friday night about an “extreme” G5 geomagnetic storm impacting Earth, which lasted into the early morning hours. While there have been disruptions in communications, no significant failures in the US power grid have been reported. Intense solar storms can disrupt the digital economy. G5 represents the highest level of a geomagnetic storm on a scale from G1 to G5. This intense space weather event led to disturbances in some satellite orientation and operations, as well as deterioration in radio communications that rely on ionospheric transmission. Additionally, there were some outages in GPS networks.

 

  • Just when we thought we’d seen the most powerful flares from a colossal sunspot, the sun unleashed its strongest eruption of the weekend yet, triggering a radio blackout even as the star continues to crackle with solar storms. According to NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), the dynamic solar flare occurred late Saturday (May 10) from an active sunspot region called AR3664. It peaked at 9:23 p.m. EDT (0123 May 11 GMT), registering as a massive X5.8 class flare, SWPC officials said. As a result, parts of some of the Earth’s sunlit side had temporary or complete loss of high frequency (HF) radio signals. The sun, proving that it wasn’t done yet, also fired off a powerful X1.5 solar flare at 7:44 a.m. EDT (1144 GMT), NASA officials said. X-class flares are the strongest types of solar eruptions from the sun, and while flares can last anywhere from a few minutes to hours, to get these high magnitudes aren’t as common. Yet, the sun has fired off a series of powerful flares this week that have supercharged Earth’s northern lights displays.

 

  • Panamanian banker Ramon Fonseca, a senior partner of the now-defunct law firm whose records were leaked in the Panama Papers scandal that exposed a global elite benefitting from offshore accounts, has died, his lawyer told the media on Thursday. He was 71 years old. Over 11 million documents stolen from the firm Mossack Fonseca provided the basis for a series of international investigations in April 2016, embarrassing some 130,000 people in 170 countries. While Fonseca and his business partner Jurgen Mossack maintained their business was legitimate, the firm shuttered in 2018 due to “irreparable damage” to its reputation. Fonseca died at a Panama City hospital. The details of his medical condition were not made public, but the condition was serious enough that he could not attend the trial, a member of his legal team told AFP.

 

  • The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has launched a $500 million fundraising initiative in an effort to offset the Oscars dramatic drop in viewership – which went from nearly 44 million in 2014, to just 19.5 million in the latest ceremony, according to Statista. Bill Kramer, the Academy’s Chief Executive, revealed in an interview with the Financial Times that the organization has already raised about $100 million, with contributions from high-profile donors like billionaire Leonard Blavatnik. The campaign is further bolstered by sponsorship agreements with renowned luxury brands, including the Dorchester Collection. The timing of this fundraising drive is crucial as the Academy’s current broadcasting agreement with ABC, a Walt Disney-owned network, is set to expire in 2028, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the Oscars.

 

  • A summer storm on Tuesday damaged a floating solar plant at Madhya Pradesh’s Omkareshwar dam. The floating solar plant, situated in the backwater of the dam, is the biggest of its kind in the world. A joint venture between Madhya Pradesh Govt and National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC), the project was nearly completed and ready for its launch. A part of the project became operational last week. The project near the village of Kelwa Khurd, aimed at generating 100 MW of electricity, with additional capacities of 88MW at Indawadi and 90 MW at Ekhand village. However, on Tuesday, summer storms with the speed of 50kmph hit the project and threw the solar panels all around the place. No employee was fortunately injured.

 

  • Simran Yadav, an Indian Instagram celebrity with over two million followers on the platform, is being investigated by police after she used a gun as a prop for a ‘reel’ on Instagram. The controversial clip was recorded on a highway near Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh state, Indian media reports. The incident went viral after the video was posted on X (formerly Twitter) and triggered instant outrage. “Start putting a hefty fine on these jokers,” suggested an X user, referring to the social-media influencers. “Money can be used to feed poor people.” Another person claimed that people are “forgetting the limits of cultural and ethical values” and are trying to gain popularity by any means. “Law must take its course,” the person wrote. Another commenter suggested blocking “such profiles” from Instagram.

 

  • It’s probably not too hard to figure out what it means, but transport authorities are reminding drivers about a lesser-known road feature coming to more Australian towns. In lieu of additional roadside signage, councils and state authorities are opting for less expensive, and arguably less obvious, ways to communicate with motorists. While some drivers were recently surprised to learn the meaning of a kerbside yellow line currently being embraced by one Sydney council, Queensland drivers are being told to watch out for the ‘red carpet’. Officially known as Town Entry Treatments (TETS), Transport and Main Roads Queensland alerted the public on Friday that the red sections of road are “being installed across 17 towns and localities” in the west of the state. Sharing an image of the road fixture, the department said simple paint job plays “a crucial role in signalling motorists to decelerate”.

 

  • London has announced its intent to construct the first “high-tech nuclear fuel facility in Europe” that would produce high-assay low-enriched uranium (HALEU), in what appears to be a bid to create competition for Russia, which currently dominates the market. The UK has awarded some £196 million ($245 million) to joint British-Dutch-German nuclear fuel consortium Urenco to build a nuclear fuel facility in England’s Cheshire. According to a statement by the British government, the move was made to “build a secure global uranium supply chain free from Russian influence.”

 

  • The police in the Omusati region have arrested a man on a charge of attempted murder after he allegedly assaulted and poured boiling water on an eight-year-old child who was found trying to steal food. Namibian Police commissioner Ismael Basson reported that the child allegedly snuck into a neighbour’s house and was caught by the owner of the house. The house owner allegedly whipped the child with an electrical wire all over the body and thereafter went to boil water, which he poured on the child. The child sustained serious burns all over the body. The suspect, Amoni Iindongo, was arrested on the same day and is being held in custody.

 

  • A young woman has admitted to feeling “sheer panic” the moment she realised there was a major problem with a daily habit she’s performed for over a year, fessing up to an awkward mistake and leaving some Aussies baffled. On Thursday Alice James confessed that instead of rubbing moisturiser into her skin twice a day she has unwittingly been rubbing body wash into her dry skin. She finally made the realisation in her Melbourne home after noticing the small font on the Dove ‘triple moisturising’ bottle and coming to understand the error of her ways. “I don’t love it, it goes on sticky, it doesn’t rub in properly and I’m like, I’m just going to power through, I don’t want to waste it,” she said online, speaking of the one litre beauty item. “Do you know why it’s been sticky and hasn’t been rubbing in? I have been walking around for over a year with soap on my legs and arms everyday.” She admitted she has rubbed in the body wash before heading out and also before lying in bed for the night.

 

  • RT contributor and former US Senate aide Tara Reade accused the Biden administration of weaponizing government institutions to silence Americans like her and the 2021 Capitol riot participants. Although Reade’s claim that Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993 did not surface until the 2020 election campaign, she said she had logged a report with the Senate right after the purported incident, and was still trying to get the report files unsealed.

 

  • An aurora show like no other is playing out in the night sky this weekend as a historic northern lights display spawned by intense solar storms paints the sky in spectacular hues of pinks, purples and greens. “We have a very rare event on our hand,” Shawn Dahl, Service Coordinator of NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Group, told reporters on Friday (May 10) just hours before the northern lights spectacle began. In the United States, the northern lights (or aurora borealis) — typically only visible around the Arctic region and northern Canada — were expected to be visible as far south as at least Alabama or Northern California — with NOAA officials reporting sightings from locations even farther south. Space.com Editor Brett Tingley witnessed dazzling event from South Carolina, a surprise light show for a local music festival.

 

  • [ Asteroids Ofthe Year] In just under half a decade, a 1,000-foot-wide (305-meter-wide) asteroid named after the Egyptian god of chaos and destruction, Apophis, will pass within 30,000 miles (48,300 kilometers) of Earth. On April 13, 2029 — a Friday, no less — when Apophis, formally known as (99942) Apophis, makes its closest approach to Earth, it will become so prominent over our planet that it will visible with the unaided eye. NASA’s OSIRIS-APEX spacecraft (once known as OSIRIS-REx) will be on hand to meet the near-Earth asteroid (NEA) personally. But, if things shape up, that NASA mission could be joined by a host of little satellites during its rendezvous. Under the auspicious “NEAlight” project, a team from Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) and led by space engineer Hakan Kayal has revealed three concepts for such spacecraft. Each of the suggested satellites will aim to exploit this asteroid passage because Earth experiences just once such event every millennium. The goal? To collect data that could help scientists better understand the solar system, and perhaps even aid in the development of defense measures against dangerous asteroids.

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Yanomami live in large circular houses called ‘yano’ or ‘shabono’ that can accommodate up to 400 people. The central area is used for community activities such as rituals, parties and games. Each family has its own bonfire where they prepare and cook food during the day. At night, they hang hammocks next to the fire. The Yanomami are an indigenous tribe of four subdivisions of Indians living in the tropical rainforests of Southern Venezuela and Northern Brazil (also known as Yanamamo, Yanomam, and Sanuma). Each subdivision has its own language. The first report of the Yanomami dates from 1654, when a Spanish expedition under Apolinar Diaz de la Fuente visited some Ye’kuana people living on the Padamo River. #archaeohistories

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