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  • A top Biden administration official has for the first time declared that famine now exists in parts of the Gaza Strip, more than five months after the Israel-Hamas war began. USAID Director Samantha Power said it is “credible” to assess that famine is already occurring. Her testimony was issued at Wednesday’s House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing, where in her introductory statement she laid out that “nearly the entire population” of Gaza is “living under the threat of famine.” The United Nations defines famine as when there is widespread malnutrition as well as hunger-related deaths due to a lack of access to food in a locale or country.

 

  • Behind the stately yellow portico of the colonial-era courthouse in Ho Chi Minh City, a 67-year-old Vietnamese property developer was sentenced to death on Thursday for looting one of the country’s largest banks over a period of 11 years. It’s a rare verdict – she is one of very few women in Vietnam to be sentenced to death for a white collar crime. The decision is a reflection of the dizzying scale of the fraud. Truong My Lan was convicted of taking out $44bn (£35bn) in loans from the Saigon Commercial Bank. The verdict requires her to return $27bn, a sum prosecutors said may never be recovered. Some believe the death penalty is the court’s way of trying to encourage her to return some of the missing billions. The habitually secretive communist authorities were uncharacteristically forthright about this case, going into minute detail for the media. They said 2,700 people were summoned to testify, while 10 state prosecutors and around 200 lawyers were involved. The trial was the most dramatic chapter so far in the “Blazing Furnaces” anti-corruption campaign led by the Communist Party Secretary-General, Nguyen Phu Trong. A conservative ideologue steeped in Marxist theory, Nguyen Phu Trong believes that popular anger over untamed corruption poses an existential threat to the Communist Party’s monopoly on power.

 

  • Royal courtiers privately put pressure on the Welsh government to ensure that King Charles could not be prosecuted for rural crimes under a new law that ministers had drawn up, documents reveal. The elected politician in the Welsh government who is its chief legal adviser was “not happy” that the king was to be given the special exemption from prosecution but agreed to it last year. A Buckingham Palace official phoned the Welsh government to secure the assurance under an archaic custom that requires UK parliaments to obtain the consent of the monarch for draft bills before they can be implemented. Under the mechanism, ministers notify the royal family of specific clauses in draft laws that may affect their personal wealth, their private property or their public functions. The ministers ask the monarch to approve the laws before they can be passed. Investigations by the Guardian have shown that the late queen used her privileged access to draft legislation to secure changes that protected her private interests or reflected her opinions. In one recent example, her lawyers lobbied Scottish ministers in 2021 to change a draft law to exempt her private land from a major initiative to cut carbon emissions.

 

  • Thirty-eight prisoners fled a prison in the East African country of Comoros on Thursday by simply walking out through the main gate, according to the local authorities. Negligence on the part of the security guards is what allowed the jailbreak from Moroni Prison, public prosecutor Ali Mohamed Djounaid told Reuters. Moroni is the capital of Comoros, an archipelago nation in the Indian Ocean. “The prisoners took the opportunity to escape through the normal gate,” Djounaid said. He claimed that an investigation into the incident has already been initiated. According to AFP, the prosecutor stated that “negligence on the part of the security guards was the cause of the escape.” Djounaid suggested that the prison break might have been coordinated by a soldier who was apprehended in connection with the death of a football fan who was shot by security personnel during a rush of supporters prior to a World Cup qualifier last year.

 

  • Operation LAC (Large Area Coverage) was a United States Army Chemical Corps operation which dispersed microscopic zinc cadmium sulfide (ZnCdS) particles over much of the United States and Canada in order to test dispersal patterns and the geographic range of chemical or biological weapons. September 1950 – Six simulated attacks were conducted upon the San Francisco Bay Area. It was concluded that it was feasible to attack a seaport city with biological aerosol agents from a ship offshore. March–April 1952 – Five trials were conducted off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia under Operation Dew. It was concluded that long-range aerosol clouds could obtain hundreds of miles of travel and large-area coverage when disseminated from ground level under certain meteorological conditions. 1957 – North Sea, East coast of Britain. It was shown that large-area coverage with particles was feasible under most meteorological conditions. In addition, the army admitted to spraying in Minnesota locations from 1953 into the mid-1960s. In St. Louis in the mid 1950s, and again a decade later, the army sprayed zinc cadmium sulfide via motorized blowers atop Pruitt-Igoe, at schools, from the backs of station wagons, and via planes. The U.S. Air Force loaned the Army a C-119, “Flying Boxcar”, and it was used to disperse the materials by the ton in the atmosphere over the United States. The first test occurred on December 2, 1957, along a path from South Dakota to International Falls, Minnesota.

 

  • Earth’s life support systems have been so damaged that the planet is “well outside the safe operating space for humanity”, scientists have warned. Their assessment found that six out of nine “planetary boundaries” had been broken because of human-caused pollution and destruction of the natural world. The planetary boundaries are the limits of key global systems – such as climate, water and wildlife diversity – beyond which their ability to maintain a healthy planet is in danger of failing. The broken boundaries mean the systems have been driven far from the safe and stable state that existed from the end of the last ice age, about 10,000 years ago.

 

  • 21 Apr 2002 – British scientists experimented with ways of spreading foot-and-mouth disease, and lethal infections such as dysentery, cholera and typhoid in secret biological warfare trials during the second world war. An extensive list of the contagious agents and plagues that could be turned into weapons of mass destruction is revealed in files from a War Cabinet committee released to the National Archives.Much of Britain was exposed to bacteria sprayed in secret trials. The Ministry of Defence turned large parts of the country into a giant laboratory to conduct a series of secret germ warfare tests on the public. A government report just released provides for the first time a comprehensive official history of Britain’s biological weapons trials between 1940 and 1979.

 

  • [Hollywoodism] A 79-year-old retired officer of the CIA, Bill Oxley, has made a series of stunning confessions since he was admitted to the Mercy Hospital in Maine on Monday and told he has weeks to live. He claims he committed 17 assassinations for the American government between 1974 and 1985, including the music icon Bob Marley. Mr. Oxley, who worked for the CIA for 29 years as an operative with top-level security clearances, claims he was often used as a hitman by the organization, to assassinate individuals who could represent a threat to the goals of the agency.

 

  • The Israeli military has employed yet another AI-based system to select bombing targets in the Gaza Strip, an investigation by +972 Magazine has revealed. The new system has generated sweeping kill lists condemning tens of thousands of Palestinians, part of the IDF’s growing dependence on AI to plan lethal strikes. Citing six Israeli intelligence officers, the Tel Aviv-based magazine said the previously undisclosed AI system, dubbed ‘Lavender,’ has played a “central role in the unprecedented bombing” of Gaza since last October, with the military effectively treating its output “as if it were a human decision.” “Formally, the Lavender system is designed to mark all suspected operatives in the military wings of Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), including low-ranking ones, as potential bombing targets,” the outlet reported, adding that “during the first weeks of the war, the army almost completely relied on Lavender, which clocked as many as 37,000 Palestinians as suspected militants—and their homes—for possible air strikes.”

 

  • CNN published a detailed piece on Tuesday about how “Ukraine’s AI-enabled drones are trying to disrupt Russia’s energy industry. So far, it’s working”. Although an unnamed source close to the program told them that “The flights are determined in advance with our allies, and the aircraft follow the flight plan to enable us to strike targets with meters of precision”, there are reasons to believe that the US is against these sorts of attacks. Not least among them is what CNN itself reported in that same piece. According to them, “Ukrainian strikes on refineries have caused global oil prices to rise, with Brent crude up nearly 13% this year, leaving politicians in the United States worried about their potential economic impact in an important election year.” They also cited an expert who claimed, “That was the deal with Ukraine: We will give you money, we will give you weapons, but stay away from the export facility, stay away from Russian energy, because we don’t want a massive energy crisis.”

 

  • Back in late 2022, when “Western democracies” bombastically unveiled theatrical sanctions against Putin, capping the price at which imports of Russian oil were permitted to no higher than $60, we said that this was one of the biggest farces in modern history, not only because it was an optical play that was made entirely for public consumption (as nobody in the west actually wanted to curtail Russian oil exports as the outcome would be a devastating surge of inflation as Biden now realizes), but also because there was no enforcement mechanism to cap the price at $60 and no more. We were right, again, and today Bloomberg reports that “Russian oil is trading far in excess of a Group of Seven price cap that’s supposed to deprive Moscow of revenue for its war in Ukraine, suggesting significant non-compliance with the measure”, which anyone with half a working brain would have expected to happen, which of course excludes virtually all “democratic” bureaucrats who implemented this idiotic sanction (which only ended up making the Vitol oil traders billionaires). ~ Tyler Durden

 

  • Lithuania is establishing permanent military training centers that will operate nationwide to prepare personnel to serve in the rear during war, Defense Minister Laurynas Kasciunas told reporters on Friday. A total of 27 command headquarters that are due to be fully operational next year will be set up in the major cities of the NATO member country in an effort to “prepare the public to send a deterrent signal to the enemy,” the official said. The Baltic state’s Defense Ministry expects such command posts to become a “link between the Lithuanian Armed Forces and the citizens who can defend the country with arms” in the event of war. “We are talking about the fact that the public will already know where to go if they want to contribute to the defense of their homes and country,” Kasciunas explained.

 

  • A new British laser weapon could be sent to Kiev to counter Russian drones, UK Defense Secretary Grant Shapps has suggested. The DragonFire weapon, which can fire a laser beam to take out a coin from several thousand kilometers away could have “huge ramifications” for the Ukraine conflict, Grant Shapps said. Visiting the Porton Down military research hub on Thursday, Shapps said that the DragonFire is expected to be ready for deployment by 2027, but he would see if the pace of development can be increased in order to send it to Ukraine. Shapps argued that in a “more dangerous world” he wanted to speed up a lengthy development procurement process in order for the weapon to be deployed, potentially on ships, incoming drones, and on land.

 

  • The United Arab Emirates has used a form of cloud-seeding to increase the rainfall in the scorching heat. Footage from the Gulf country appeared to show the results of this process, as rain pours down over skyscrapers and highways. The UAE has a largely arid climate with very little annual rainfall and scorching temperatures, which frequently hit the 40s, and even hit 50C (122F) in 2023. The two largest cities Dubai and Abu Dhabi are both located on the coast of the Persian Gulf, providing some relief for the super-rich playgrounds, busy ports, and masses of construction. This is the government’s cloud-seeding programme, which was started in an effort to address concerns around water security in the country. The UAE’s cloud-seeding programme originally beginning way back in the 1990s and since then has involved collaborations with NASA and the National Centre for Atmospheric Research in the United States.

 

  • NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) snapped a perfectly timed photo as it crossed paths with another spacecraft orbiting the moon. The LRO, which has been orbiting the moon for 15 years, captured several images of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute’s Danuri lunar orbiter as the two spacecraft, traveling in nearly parallel orbits, zoomed past each other in opposite directions during three orbits between March 5 and March 6, according to a statement from NASA. Danuri, the Republic of Korea’s first moon-explorer, has been in lunar orbit since December 2022. At the time the photos were taken, Danuri was orbiting below the LRO, which was flying 50 miles (80 kilometers) above the moon’s surface.

 

  • Using the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), scientists have finally solved the mysterious origins of the “BOAT.” The brightest gamma-ray burst of all time (hence the acronym the Brightest Of All Time), aka the BOAT, seems to have been launched by a supernova explosion that accompanied the death and collapse of a massive star located around 2.4 million light-years away. This is an event that probably also led to the birth of a black hole. By solving this cosmic mystery, however, the team of astrophysicists has opened up yet another celestial puzzle. That’s because traces of heavy elements like gold and platinum, traces one would expect to linger around this kind of supernova, are nowhere to be found. “This was an event that Earth sees only once every 10,000 years,” Peter Blanchard, team leader and a Northwestern University scientist, said in a statement. “The event produced some of the highest-energy photons ever recorded by satellites designed to detect gamma rays.”
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Astronomical Events in 2024

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40,000 Vessels

Pyramid Of Djeser-Sah (Djoser) – The greatest surprise for archaeologists was waiting in the other shafts, particularly in the sixth and seventh, where they discovered some 40,000 stone vessels of varied forms and materials. Many of them were made of alabaster, diorite, limestone and slate. Thousands of vessels and plates were found inside the underground passageways below Djoser’s Step Pyramid at Saqqara, which show a rich array of forms made out of a variety of materials. They are unsurpassed in their beauty. It would appear that Djoser collected these treasures of the past to prevent them from being damaged or destroyed. These vessels have inscriptions showing that they belonged to previous kings and Djoser did not erase these, which is taken as proof that he wished to protect them from the ravages of time. These vesselswere buried 33 metres below the Step Pyramid and were excavated by Jean Philippe Lauer during the 1920’s. Approximately 40,000 vessels were found in 6000 boxes. Exactly how and why they were gathered and deposited here remains unclear.

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Bikini

In 1956, Emilio Pucci designed the bikini, inspired by the Roman mosaics at Villa Romana del Casale (4th Century AD) in Sicily, Italy. Villa Romana del Casale is an ancient Roman estate in Sicily, famous for its stunning mosaics. One of the most famous mosaics depicts girls playing sports, dressed in outfits reminiscent of modern bikinis.

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“HELP”

Three men stranded on a remote Pacific island for more than a week were finally rescued thanks to the makeshift “HELP” sign they created from palm leaves. The U.S. Coast Guard and Navy were in the middle of scouring an initial search area of 78,000 square nautical miles when an aircraft located the castaways and their distress signal on Pikelot Atoll, part of the Federated States of Micronesia, 100 miles northwest of where the trio had departed a week earlier.

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Ancient Machined Artifacts found deep beneath the Step Pyramid

A journey into the bedrock below the Step Pyramid of Saqqara! Home to the discovery of more than 40,000 of the remarkable machined hard stone vases from the earliest parts of the Ancient Egyptian Civilization. More than 5 kilometers of passages and shafts have been carved deep into the ground below Pharoah Djoser’s Step Pyramid, and there are still many signs of ancient machined artifacts. One of the greatest mysteries of all time is the stones vases of Egypt. These mysterious vases are now housed in prominent museums such as the Louvre, the British museum and the Petrie museum. In 1880 Professor Petrie, who has done excavations in Egypt for years, noted that the ancient Egyptians really must have had these tools and pointed out saw and drill marks which, for him, undoubtedly proved this.

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Kazakh Steppe

The steppe grasslands of Eurasia were once among the most extensive in the world, stretching from eastern Romania, Moldova and Ukraine in eastern Europe (often referred to as the Pontic steppe) east through Kazakhstan and western Russia). Together, the Pontic and Kazakh steppes, often collectively referred to as the Pontian steppe, comprise about 24% of the world’s temperate grasslands. They eventually link to the vast grasslands of eastern Asia extending to Mongolia, China and Siberian Russia, together creating the largest complex of temperate grasslands on earth.

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