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  • The J. Paul Getty Trust has given $1 million to help preserve museums, libraries, and other cultural sites in Ukraine, partnering with the International Alliance for the Protection of Heritage in Conflict Areas, which has committed $3 million to such efforts.

 

  • Libero Milone, the former chief auditor of the Vatican, has sued the Church’s Secretariat of State and current auditor general, claiming the Church has reopened a baseless criminal investigation against him in order to silence him after ignoring his reports of official malfeasance. Milone and fellow auditor Ferruccio Panicco claim the Vatican unjustly ended their contracts, ruined their professional reputations, and rendered them persona non grata in Italy. They are demanding €9 million ($9.2 million) in damages. The ex-auditor told the New York Times he was pressured into resigning in 2017 after he was accused of abusing Church resources to spy on top cardinals and threatened with jail. While he said he filed numerous reports of financial impropriety among cardinals and other Vatican officials, prosecutors “never, ever acted.” Pope Francis allegedly went from asking for personal presentations of the damning findings to shutting Milone out, even attacking him publicly.

 

  • A federal judge in Texas ruled that President Joe Biden’s plan to cancel hundreds of billions of dollars in student loan debt was unlawful and must be vacated.

 

  • One surprising quirk about life in medieval times is that people could, and did, take animals and insects to court and try them as if they were humans. While there is scant verifiable evidence on the matter, Edmund P. Evans published an entire book devoted to animal trials entitled The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of Animals in 1906. In it he recounts about 200 stories of donkeys, pigs and roosters, often dressed as humans, being part of somber legal proceedings. While you may think it’s a joke, there is even an account of a trial of weevils. The bizarre trial of weevils took place in the 16th century in southeastern France. The weevils in question were Rhynchites auratus , known as merciless orchard pests. The proceedings kicked off in 1545 after winemakers accused weevils of destroying the vineyards of St. Julien. The chair of the ecclesiastical court, a Francois Bonnivard, refused to punish the unwitting creatures and recommended the winemakers avoid divine wrath by repenting for their sins, attending three special masses and, of course, paying overdue tithes to the church, after which, the weevils seemingly left them in peace. ~ Cecilia Bogaard, Ancient Origins

 

  • The protests sweeping Iran have sounded the death knell for a once vibrant reform movement, revealing a big divide with Iranians in the streets demanding an end to theocratic rule. The reformists, who emerged as an influential force in the 1990s urging more political and social freedoms, have distanced themselves from the main demand of protesters.

 

  • Alessandra Mussolini, the granddaughter of Italian dictator and father of fascism Benito Mussolini, is once again a member of the European Parliament (MEP). She was one of the eight replacements for Italian MEPs who have taken up seats in the national parliament, the Chamber of Deputies. Born in Rome in 1962, Alessandra is the daughter of Mussolini’s fourth son, Romano. Prior to entering politics, she had a career in modeling and acting, helped along by her maternal aunt, actress Sophia Loren.

 

  • [Read Critically] The West should urgently offer financial assistance to 54 of the poorest developing countries, which otherwise are at risk of defaulting on their debt – in effect falling into bankruptcy – said Achim Steiner, the UN’s global development chief. “There are at present 54 countries on our list [of those in danger of defaulting] and if we have more shocks – interest rates go up further, borrowing becomes more expensive, energy prices, food prices – it becomes almost inevitable that we will see a number of these economies unable to pay,” the official said at the COP27 conference. He recalled that developed countries failed to keep a promise of providing $100Bln annual help for poorer states that are the least responsible for climate change but tend to suffer the most from its consequences.

 

  • Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk raised the possibility of the social media platform going bankrupt, capping a chaotic day that included a warning from a U.S. privacy regulator and the exit of the company’s trust and safety leader. In his first company-wide email, Musk warned that Twitter would not be able to “survive the upcoming economic downturn” if it fails to boost subscription revenue.

 

  • Two people unsuccessfully attempted to glue themselves to Edvard Munch’s masterpiece ‘The Scream’ in Norway’s National Museum on Friday. The painting did not sustain any damage, and the activists were swiftly apprehended by police. The activists, members of the Norwegian organization ‘Stopp Oljeletinga’ (Stop Oil Exploration), said they want to pressure lawmakers into halting oil exploration.

 

  • More than 1,000 shipments of solar energy components worth hundreds of millions of dollars have piled up at U.S. ports since June under a new law banning imports from China’s Xinjiang region over concerns about slave labor, according to federal customs officials and industry sources.

 

  • The US Department of Homeland Security is secretly ramping up its efforts to censor and suppress information it considers dangerous – in other words, it’s focussed on inconvenient, but true, facts. A body originally created to defend Americans from terror is now threatening free speech everywhere online – and doing so with the active help of major tech firms. This is all revealed in leaked documents obtained by journalists Ken Klippenstein and Lee Fang. Perhaps the most worrying papers are those that show that the highly controversial and widely condemned DHS (or “Disinformation Governance Board”) – and the serious threat it poses to free speech – hasn’t gone anywhere.

 

  • When you look at a picture of a galaxy that is 75 million light-years away, you are not seeing it as it is right now, but as it was when that light you are seeing left it 75 million years ago. Distance translates into time because the speed of light is finite. Therefore it always takes some time for light to cross the distance between a galaxy and your eye. A galaxy 75 million light-years away has had 75 million years to evolve since that light left and may no longer look like what we see in the image. That is incredible. What you imagine to be the real world existing simultaneously with you is really a patchwork of moments from different pasts. You never live in the world as it is. You only experience it as it was, a tapestry of past vintages. ~ Key Takeaways

 

  • A team at the University of Bath in Somerset observed a star binary merging and creating a “hypermassive” neutron star, which emitted gamma rays for over a day before it collapsed into a black hole. The result, dubbed GRB 180618A, is about 10.6 billion light-years away and was caught by NASA’s orbiting Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory. A robotic observatory in the Canary Islands then zoomed in on the aftermath. “Such a massive neutron star with a long life expectancy is not normally thought to be possible,” Dr. Nuria Jordana-Mitjans, head author of the study, told the Guardian. “It is a mystery why this one was so long-lived.”

 

  • For months sky watchers have been waiting for AST SpaceMobile’s Bluewalker 3 (BW3) satellite to unfurl its huge antenna. That might be happening now. This morning in Arizona, Paul Maley witnessed a sudden change in BW3’s brightness. “It came directly overhead 40 minutes before sunrise and reached naked eye brightness at +1 magnitude,” says Maley. This is 50 to 100 times brighter than previous similar passes. The satellite could become brighter still as the unfurling proceeds. For local flyby times check Heavens Above.
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Some say humans reached a more advanced level on our own but we lost our memory after a disaster. I believe once it wasn’t strange to see positive ETs some called Angels. I believe they’ve always been here, waiting for us to be ready. We didn’t lose anything. This has been a test. ~ Kabamur

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