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  • Swedish state-owned mining company LKAB said on Thursday it had identified mineral resources of more than one million tonnes of rare earth oxides in the Kiruna area, the largest known such deposit in Europe. Rare earth minerals are essential to many high-tech manufacturing processes and are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, portable electronics and microphones and speakers. “This is good news, not only for LKAB, the region and the Swedish people, but also for Europe and the climate,” LKABCEO Jan Mostrom said in a statement. “It could become a significant building block for producing the critical raw materials that are absolutely crucial to enable the green transition.” Rare earth elements are currently not mined in Europe, leaving the region depending on imports from elsewhere, while demand is expected to rise in coming years due to a ramp-up in electric vehicles and renewable energy. The European Commission considers rare earths to be among the most critical resources for the region. The vast majority of rare earths are currently mined in China. Still, the road to mining the deposit in Sweden is a long one. LKAB said it planned to submit an application for an exploitation concession in 2023 but added that it would be at least 10-15 years before it could potentially begin mining the deposit and shipping to market.


  • The Satanic Temple dedicating ‘largest satanic gathering in history’ to Boston mayor, will require surgical masks and proof of COVID-19 vaccination. SatanCon 2023 will take place in downtown Boston April 28-30. “Attendees must wear an N-95, KN-95, or disposable surgical mask,” the temple said on its site. “Gaiters, bandanas, and cloth masks will not be allowed.” The theme of the gathering in celebration of The Satanic Temple’s 10-year anniversary is “Hexennacht in Boston,” German for “Witches’ Night,” which marks the ancient pagan holiday of May Eve. The night was later changed to Walpurgisnacht to commemorate Walpurga, a Christian saint who evangelized Germany and was said to have exorcised demons from the sick.


  • Chinese archaeologists say that they’ve unearthed some 220 more terracotta warriors near Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s Mausoleum in Shaanxi Province in the northwestern part of the country. Some 16 terracotta horses, four chariots, weapons, and production tools have also been dug up, the Xinhua news agency reported on Thursday, citing the province’s Relics Management Bureau. The findings were made during an excavation at the largest burial pit outside the mausoleum, Pit No.1, which spans 14,260 square meters. Archeologists have made several other major breakthroughs recently, Shen Maosheng, a researcher at the Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s Mausoleum Site Museum, told Xinhua.


  • Polish officials have called on Washington to pressure Germany into paying out $1.39 trillion in reparations for war damages sustained during World War II. Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Arkadiusz Mularczyk stated that an appeal to the US Congress was the next step in the “internationalization” of Polish claims for war damages from Berlin. “We believe that the US is a country that determines the global order today, a key country when it comes to respecting the international order, human rights, the rule of law and international justice,” Mularczyk said. He added that he hopes the US Congressional Committee, as well as several individual senators and congressmen, will assist Warsaw in “the issue of Poland’s claiming compensation for the effects of World War II.”


  • New Zealand’s Department of Internal Affairs has published the list of the most popular baby names chosen in 2022, while also including the names most often chosen by parents that end up not being permitted by the authorities. Topping the most-rejected list is the name King, which has held the number one spot in New Zealand since 2009. Last year, the country’s health authorities ended up turning down the name a total of nine times. Other rejected names in 2022 included Saint, which was rejected eight times, Royal (seven), Messiah (four), Prince or Princess (seven), Sovereign (three), Sire (two). The list also features names such as Duke, Empres, General, Justice, Major, Queen, Rogue, Royale, Saynt and Soulijah, all of which were turned down at least once last year. Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriages Jeff Montgomery told local media that New Zealand has special guidelines in place to ensure that the names given to children “don’t cause offense, are a reasonable length and don’t represent an official title or rank.”


  • Republicans have urged US Attorney General Merrick Garland to appoint a special counsel to investigate the possible mishandling of government records by President Joe Biden. The appeal came after a number of classified files were found in Biden’s former office, which he used while serving as vice president between 2009 and 2017. Lindsey Graham, a senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, argued that Garland should initiate a probe similar to the ongoing investigation of former President Donald Trump. Senator Josh Hawley also called for investigating Biden. “It can’t be that we have two tiers of justice in this country. It can’t be that there’s one rule for Republicans and a different rule for Democrats,” he said while appearing on Fox News. “The Democrats say they’re all for equity. Well, what’s equitable here is that there be a special counsel.” The White House acknowledged on Monday that “a small number” of classified documents were discovered in Biden’s former office in Washington in November. According to US media, Garland appointed prosecutor John R. Lausch Jr. to conduct an initial inquiry into the matter.


  • US President Joe Biden has probably made off with more classified documents than many whistleblowers, but unlike them he will get away with it, former CIA and National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden suggested on Wednesday. In a series of tweets, the whistleblower commented on a recent controversy surrounding sensitive Obama-era documents discovered at Biden’s vice-presidential office by his attorneys. The White House has acknowledged the incident and the US Justice Department is currently looking into the matter. “Worth noting that the President seems to have absconded with more classified documents than many whistleblowers,” Snowden wrote, comparing the situation with the case of Reality Winner who “was sentenced to 5 YEARS for just one document.” The former NSA translator was convicted in 2018 of leaking a report about alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US elections. “Meanwhile Biden, Trump, Clinton, Petraeus… these guys have dozens, hundreds [of documents]. No jail,” the whistleblower added.


  • A Maori tribe in New Zealand has urged Sotheby’s to return historical artifacts that are currently up for auction. The collection of 18th and 19th century tribal relics includes amongst others a ‘patu onewa’ and ‘mere’ Maori clubs, leg bones of extinct moas and a golden huia beak brooch. Ngarimu Blair, deputy chair for the Auckland-based Maori sub-tribe Ngati Whatua Orakei, told The Guardian on Thursday that these are some of his people’s crucial cultural treasures, or ‘taonga’. “We have so very few of these taonga and treasures left in our possession,” due to looting by early “treasure hunters,” urbanization, and displacement, Blair said. “When something like this comes up … we’re both excited, but also … sorrowful that we lost so much.” One of the items on sale is a ‘mere’, which, according to its description on the Sotheby’s page, was given as present to a British vice admiral by a Maori tribal chief in 1885.


  • Thousands of flights across the US were grounded Wednesday morning and afternoon following a computer failure Tuesday night which led to the complete shutdown of US airspace to commercial air traffic. The situation – the first of its kind since the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001, was blamed on the failure of the Notice to Air Missions (NOTAM) system – a tool providing pilots with updates on weather conditions, runway closures, and other pertinent information required to ensure the safety of aircraft and passengers. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg assured the public that he has been “in touch with” Federal Aviation Administration officials about the situation, and vowed that he was on the case “to determine root causes and recommend next steps.”


  • Danish archeologists have unearthed a portion of a massive Viking hall that may be connected to the legendary King Harald “Bluetooth” Gormsson, who is revered for consolidating Denmark and introducing Christianity. The hall, located in North Jutland, is considered the largest Viking Age find of its kind of the decade, measuring 40 meters long and 10 meters wide. So far, only half of the building has been excavated, and archaeologists estimate it was built between 950 and 1050 AD. The hall also had up to 12 oak posts that supported the roof. According to Thomas Rune Knudsen, an archaeologist with North Jutland Museums who led the excavation, this used to be a prestigious building which, in addition to more everyday functions, must have also been a gathering place for political meetings and large Viking guilds. Knudsen also described it as a place, where “important decisions that would shape the region” were made. The hall’s design is similar to other structures in the area probably built during the reign of Harald Bluetooth (who unwittingly was the inspiration for modern-day Bluetooth technology). Researchers surmise that the hall might have been part of a larger plot or farm. They expect more houses to lie hidden under the mulch, as buildings of such nature “rarely stand alone”.


  • Excess microwave emission was detected coming out of the center of our Galaxy – the Milky Way – around 25 years ago, although its source was unexplained. The QUIJOTE (Q-U-I JOint TEnerife) Collaboration, launched back in 2012, has now offered some possible explanations. A map of the magnetic field of Earth’s galaxy, the Milky Way, has been charted by an international team of scientists. The research, led by Spain’s Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC), has presented a highly accurate description of the polarization of the Milky Way emissions, using telescopes that observe the sky in the microwave part of the electromagnetic spectrum. In findings published in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, the team gave a point-by-point account of their research which started a decade ago in 2012. The scientists used the QUIJOTE (Q-U-I JOint TEnerife) Collaboration, located at the Teide Observatory on Tenerife, the Canary Islands, which comprises two 2.5m diameter telescopes.
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Aras Kazar just gave Noah’s Ark a makeover of biblical proportions. The European yacht designer, who has been penning “minimalist and futuristic” yacht concepts for the past decade, has unveiled a new trimaran design inspired by the vessel that famously saved Noah, his family and a handful of the world’s animals from an epic flood in the book of Genesis. In particular, Kazar pays tribute to the way in which the fabled ark was able to weather a raging storm. “I wanted to design something unique and almost indestructible even,” Kazar told Robb Report via email. Christened Noy, the new multihull is a far cry from the boats on the ocean thousands of years ago. Spanning 217 feet (66 meters), it features a sleek, angular silhouette reminiscent of a spaceship. “I love sharp edges rather than lots of curves,” Kazar adds. With an extra-wide beam of 249 feet (76 meters), the sturdy vessel promises excellent seakeeping even in the face of huge waves. On top of that, Noy is equipped with an all-electric propulsion system and the latest hydrofoil technology. As the yacht accelerates into foiling mode, wings extend out to lift it up and out of the water for smooth, high-speed cruising. Noy can reportedly reach up to 24 knots at full tilt. “The flatness and the extreme width combined with the hydrofoil technology means this massive trimaran will always stand,” Kazar explains. That’s not the only bit of modern tech, either. Noy’s metallic roof is outfitted with solar panels that generate clean, green energy to power the electric motors and the onboard amenities. This means the trimaran could essentially sail off-grid for as long as the sun keeps shining. Although Kazar didn’t share any renders of the interior, the designer says you can expect panoramic views due to the extensive use of glass in the overheads and bulkheads. The living quarters feature three generous owner’s staterooms and six well-appointed guest cabins. There are also cabins for up to 16 crew. Just one question remains: Is there space for animals, too?

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“Ancient Ones”

The largest megaliths in the world are believed to be found in Egypt, South America and India. However, few know about the massive underground structures of Kabardino-Balkaria , Russia. An enormous complex that was created around a large pyramid and which could hide a legend. A recent investigation has revealed the existence of a mysterious system of underground tunnels and chambers near the city of Zayukovo. It is possible that these structures are related to the legend of the ” Ancient City “, a construction made by the “Ancient Ones”.

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