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  • Spanish farmers also rise up. Great protest in Jaén, Andalusia, due the production costs which have become unsustainable: “We don’t like to leave the fields to come and protest, but the situation is dramatic!” It will be a very hot autumn in Europe and beyond.


  • Author Salman Rushdie was attacked on Friday in New York State, while preparing to give a lecture. The attacker has been arrested. Rushdie, 75, was preparing to give a speech at the Chautauqua Institution. “Rushdie suffered an apparent stab wound to the neck,” the New York State Police said in a statement said. He was airlifted by helicopter to a local hospital. Major outlets have speculated the attack could be related to the 1989 fatwa declared by Iran’s late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, offering a bounty on Rushdie’s head for his novel ‘The Satanic Verses,’ declared blasphemous in the Islamic Republic.


  • Stephan Kramer, who heads the BfV in the state of Thuringia, said Germany must be prepared for the possibility that “legitimate” protests over energy and economic crises could be “infiltrated by extremists.” He told ZDF broadcaster on Wednesday that demonstrations could be expected over “gas shortages, energy problems, supply difficulties, possible recession, unemployment, but also the growing poverty right up to the middle class.” “Extremists” who could hijack the protests include the so-called “lateral thinkers” who rallied against coronavirus restrictions during the pandemic, and right-wing activists who have already been stirring the mood on social media in recent months, Kramer said.


  • Two children died of acute liver failure after being treated with Zolgensma gene therapy, which is often referred to as the most expensive drug in the world, the medication’s manufacturer Novartis said on Thursday. Acute liver failure is a “known adverse event” of the drug, which is used in patients suffering from spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), the Swiss pharmaceutical company said, but these are the first fatal cases caused by this complication. The deaths occurred in Russia and in Kazakhstan, the company said, adding that it had notified health authorities in markets where the drug is sold and has updated healthcare workers as well. Zolgensma costs about $2 million per patient.


  • The European Space Agency (ESA) is considering Elon Musk’s SpaceX as an option to fill the launch gap created by Europe’s break away from Russia’s Roscosmos, according to ESA Director General Josef Aschbacher. In an interview with Reuters published on Friday, Aschbacher said the ESA had already begun preliminary technical discussions with the space company, which could temporarily provide its launchers. The agency lost access to Russia’s Soyuz rockets after sanctioning Moscow over its ongoing military operation in Ukraine. Space X has emerged as a key contender to fill the gap alongside Japan and India. However, the final decision will depend on the unresolved timetable for Europe’s delayed Ariane 6 rocket, Reuters reports.


  • Abigail Disney, an outspoken activist and regular critic of the entertainment behemoth founded by her family, has called on the company to take responsibility for ignoring the predatory behavior of disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein. “Harvey was an open secret,” or rather no secret at all, she said in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine published on Thursday. “Everyone knew what Harvey was about, and that was just fine as long as everybody saw it as, ‘Well, this is just how business is done.’ Nobody had the moral clarity to step up and say, ‘Well, not here. We don’t do it that way here,’” she said. “I think Disney needs to step up. When you’ve done a wrong thing, even if it’s only by stepping back and letting something happen, that’s still a wrong thing to do. And you have to take responsibility,” the activist added.


  • European lowcoster Ryanair told BBC on Thursday that the era of super-cheap air travel is over. “I don’t think there are going to be ten-euro (about $10) flights anymore because oil prices are significantly higher,” Ryanair’s chief executive Michael O’Leary stated. The airline’s average fare was reportedly €40 last year, but O’Leary said the price is likely to be hiked in the near future. “We think that €40 needs to edge up towards maybe €50 over the next five years. So, the £35 average fare in the UK will rise to maybe £42 or £43,” he explained. Ryanair is known for its low-price flash sales, but such prices are now thought to be unsustainable in the current situation, O’Leary noted.


  • Shakespeare’s Globe Theater in London is facing backlash from academics and feminists after announcing that Joan of Arc, a national heroine and patron saint of France, will be portrayed as non-binary in a new production. The play, which opens at the London-based theater on August 25, “violates the historical reality,” Frank Furedi, emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Kent, told the Daily Mail on Thursday. “It’s plundering history to legitimize views in the here and now,” Furedi said, adding that for French patriots, Joan of Arc “is someone very special. Her role was all the more heroic because she was a woman.” The Globe earlier revealed that its upcoming play ‘I, Joan’ would show Joan of Arc “as a legendary leader who uses the pronouns ‘they/them’.”


  • Former US President Donald Trump may have violated provisions of the Espionage Act related to the mishandling of documents by bringing home classified documents after he left office, some experts have said. However, others have noted that the World War I-era law is only used to prosecute offenders of low rank, or whistleblowers. The FBI removed about 20 boxes of documents from Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in its Monday raid of the property, including 11 sets of classified documents, according to the Wall Street Journal, which viewed a list of the items. According to the paper, the FBI took roughly 20 boxes of items, including binders of photos; a handwritten note, the topic of which is not known; the executive grant of clemency for Roger Stone; information about French President Emmanuel Macron; three sets of secret documents; three sets of confidential documents; and four sets of top secret documents. On Thursday, the Washington Post reported that some of the classified documents the FBI was looking for were related to nuclear weapons. Trump has denied the reports, calling them a “hoax.”


  • The FBI’s search of former-President Donald Trump’s residence in Florida on August 8 unleashed a storm of criticism and accusations from Republican and conservative TV, radio and podcast hosts, who have claimed that the “raid” on Mar-a-Lago was illegal at best and an attempt at “coup” at worst. The bureau’s director has tried to fend off criticism by claiming that questioning the FBI’s work undermines the rule of law. “Unfounded attacks on the integrity of the FBI erode respect for the rule of law and are a grave disservice to the men and women who sacrifice so much to protect others,” Director Christopher Wray said. However, a number of conservatives believe that it was the FBI which undermined the rule of law and democracy in the US. For his part, Trump has called the search a sign of “dark times” in the US, hours after the bureau’s agents entered his estate. But the harshest criticism has come from an array of conservative commentators, such as talk show host Buck Sexton, who stated that what the FBI did felt “like a pre-emptive coup” seeking to prevent Trump from running for a second term.


  • Duke of York Prince Andrew is still guarded by a security detail paid for by taxpayers’ money, despite being stripped of the honorable title and ending royal duties, the Telegraph has reported. The security detail is estimated to cost between £500,000 ($606,000) and £3 million ($3.6 million) per year, according to various estimates. The motives behind maintaining the prince’s security remain unclear, but the newspaper claimed that the decision was made by the Executive Committee for the Protection of Royalty and Public Figures (RAVEC) after reviewing the level of the security threat for the royal. The prince’s residence saw a number of breach attempts last year, which might have compelled the committee to keep his state-provided guards.


  • Refugees Minister Lord Richard Harrington wrote to local authorities in late June to say the government was looking for another 2,000 homes — including 500 four-bedroom properties — for 10,500 asylum claimants. Afghan asylum seekers are refusing to be re-settled in Scotland or Wales as they complain it’s too cold — and the locals don’t speak English. Sources told the Daily Telegraph that those who fled the Taliban’s rapid resurgence last August in the chaotic and bloody Western evacuation of Kabul arrived with the London-centric mindset typical of the British middle classes. “Officials are understood to be ‘working hard’ to break down misconceptions about life outside the south-east of England but admit that refugees coming to the country see the UK through the prism of London,” the paper reported on Thursday. Some 7,000 of the Afghan asylum claimants — those who worked for the US-NATO occupation forces and their families — have accepted permanent housing. But another 9,500 are currently living in British hotels, costing the taxpayer around £1 million per day.


  • Scientists at the National Research University of Electronic Technology (MIET), working together with colleagues from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR), have developed a new method of producing silicon-germanium film structures, which they claim to be much easier and safer than analogs. Their research results were published in the Materials Letters journal.


  • A newly published study in the journal The Astrophysical Journal Letters claims to have found one of the youngest planets ever discovered, and possibly the youngest. According to a release issued by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, this extremely young – in terms of the universe – orb, located 395 light-years from Earth in the constellation Ophiuchus, is still putting its gas and dust together. A circumplanetary disk is a name for a phenomenon that contains a collection of gas, dust, and debris around newborn planets. These disks produce moons and other rocky satellites and regulate the development of young, massive planets. The origin of our own solar system, as well as that of Jupiter’s Galilean moons, which researchers believe formed in a circumplanetary disk of Jupiter some 4.5 billion years ago, may be better understood by looking at these disks in their early phases, the scientists argued. “It is like looking at our own past,” Myriam Benisty, an astronomer at the Institute of Planetology and Astrophysics of Grenoble in France and a co-author of the study, told the New York Times.
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An Artist’s Concept Of An SME On Betelgeuse

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A New Type Of Space Weather–The “SME”: You’ve heard of a CME, a “coronal mass ejection.” They happen all the time. A piece of the sun’s tenuous outer atmosphere (corona) blows off and sometimes hits Earth. Something far more terrible has happened to Betegeuse. The red giant star produced an SME, or “surface mass ejection.” NASA astronomers believe that in 2019 a colossal piece of Betelgeuse’s surface blew off the star. The mass of the SME was 400 billion times greater than a CME or several times the mass of Earth’s Moon. Data from multiple telescopes, especially Hubble, suggest that a convective plume more than a million miles across bubbled up from deep inside the star, producing shocks and pulsations that blasted a chunk off the surface. “We’ve never before seen such a huge mass ejection from the surface of a star,” says Andrea Dupree of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, who is leading the study. “Something is going on that we don’t completely understand.”

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Argolis, Greece

The magnificent Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (4th century BC), a wonder of acoustics, is still in operation today in Argolis, Greece. (Photo by @pallisd – IG)

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Cusco, Peru

Rainbow Mountain (also called Pallay Punchu) is located at 194 km from Cusco, Peru at 4,791 m: it’s a mountainous formation tinged with various shades as a result of the complex combination of minerals.

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Medellín, Colombia – August 3, 2022

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