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  • More than 80,000 Maasai are facing eviction from Loliondo and Ngorongoro areas of Tanzania. On Friday, the government intensified eviction efforts in what was termed as “forceful and violent” by various humanitarian groups. According to reports by the Survival International humanitarian group and Oakland Institute, the tension in the area arose on Wednesday, when police arrived to oversee the eviction. “The arrival of a heavy police force shows the government has moved forward with its plan to change the status of Loliondo. It will trigger mass evictions of Maasai living in legally registered villages in the area,” Okland said. The said eviction is a bid to pave way for wildlife conservation and change the status of the area from a Game Controlled Area to a Game Reserve. “The evictions and restrictions constraining tens of thousands of livelihood are not about ensuring conservation but about expanding tourism revenue within the World Heritage Site,” Okland Institute said.

 

  • According to Reuters, the US government is considering selling to Ukraine four MQ-1C Grey Eagle drones capable of firing Hellfire missiles for use against Russian forces participating in the special military operation in the Donbass region. If true, the sale would require special permission from both the State Department and US Congress, since US law restricts the sale of armed drones to all but the closest US allies. If approval is granted, then Ukrainian operators would be provided with a crash course, anticipated to last a few weeks (the normal training time for an MQ-1C operator is several months), meaning that the earliest the MQ-1C Grey Eagle could be expected to see action over Ukraine would be sometime in July of this year.

 

  • Norway, one of the founding NATO members, is terminating a contract for NH-90 military helicopters it signed back in 2001, the country’s Defense Minister Bjorn Arild Gram announced at a press conference on Friday. The model, which was developed specifically to meet the military alliance’s requirements, has been deemed suboptimal by the Norwegian military, which cited multiple defects and delays. As the model “will never be in a position to fulfill the requirements of the Norwegian armed forces,” Oslo is now demanding that the nearly €500 million it has paid so far be reimbursed. The operation of the helicopters, which had already been delivered to Norway, was ceased with immediate effect on Friday. The machines will be returned to the manufacturer, France-based multinational company NHIndustries.

 

  • Introduced in 2021, Google’s LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications) is a system that consumes trillions of words from all corners of the internet, learns how humans string these words together, and replicates our speech. Google envisions the system powering its chatbots, enabling users to search by voice or have a two-way conversation with Google Assistant. Blake Lamoine, a former priest and member of Google’s Responsible AI organization, thinks LaMDA has developed far beyond simply regurgitating text. According to the Washington Post, he chatted to LaMDA about religion and found the AI “talking about its rights and personhood.” When Lamoine asked LaMDA whether it saw itself as a “mechanical slave,” the AI responded with a discussion about whether “a butler is a slave,” and compared itself to a butler that does not need payment, as it has no use for money.

 

  • US President Joe Biden took a swipe at oil giant Exxon on Friday, accusing the company of making “more money than God” while Americans suffer at the pumps. However, Exxon says it’s scaling up production, while conservatives blame the high gas prices on Biden’s own policies. “Exxon made more money than God this year,” he told reporters. “One thing I want to say about the oil companies…they’re not drilling, because they make more money not producing more oil.”

 

  • A team of researchers led by Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe Project Researcher Metin Ata and Project Assistant Professor Khee-Gan Lee has managed to produce simulations that recreate full life cycles of whole collections of galaxies observed some 11 billion years ago, SciTechDaily reports. “We wanted to try developing a full simulation of the real distant universe to see how structures started out and how they ended,” Ata said. As it takes light from the galaxies the researchers were using travelled some 11 billion light-years to reach Earth, Lee compared the development of the simulation to building a time machine. “It’s like finding an old black-and-white picture of your grandfather and creating a video of his life,” he said.

 

  • Jack Dorsey’s Bitcoin-focused TBD business unit, a subsidiary of Block Inc., announced Friday that it is building a new decentralized web: Web5. Web5 is based on the assumption that Web3, the idea of building a decentralized web with blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, has the right intentions but is using the wrong tools. Web5 leverages Bitcoin, the decentralized monetary network, and a plethora of sound computer science technologies to create a new ecosystem of decentralized identities, data storage and applications in which the users are in control of their personal information.

 

  • According to a university news release, a team of researchers, led by graduate student Casey Lam and Jessica Lu, a UC Berkeley associate professor of astronomy, have discovered what appears to be a free-floating black hole by observing the brightening of a more distant star as its light was distorted by the object’s strong gravitational field — a process known as gravitational microlensing. If big stars die and leave behind black holes, as scientists believe, there should be hundreds of millions of them distributed throughout the Milky Way. However, the problem is that isolated black holes are undetectable, and the team’s new research, prepared for publication in The Astrophysical Journal Letters, attempts to shed a light on the issue, in a figurative sense. By using the gravitational microlensing method the researchers could calculate that the mass of the unseen compact object is between 1.6 and 4.4 times that of the sun.

 

  • In the Siberian region of Kuzbass, shamans conducted auspicious rituals in support of the “special military operation” which “is defending the interests of the Ukrainian people”.

 

  • On May 17, congressman Mike Gallagher inquired about the Wilson documents to Pentagon representatives. The Wilson memo (or documents) mention a top secret UFO back-engineering program discussed by Astrophysicist Dr Eric W. Davis, a Pentagon consultant who worked on many black projects. This simple inquiry could force the hand of the DOD to reveal the presence of such a program.

 

  • German company Lilium, developer of the first electric vertical take-off and landing (eVOTL) aircraft, published a video on its official YouTube page showing that it has successfully achieved the world’s first primary wing transition (from a stationary flight position to horizontal flight) of its Phoenix 2. A transition like this has never been achieved in flight on a full-size prototype aircraft before. It’s also one of the most significant hurdles in eVTOL testing. According to Matthias Meiner, Phoenix Chief Engineer and Lilium Co-Founder, quoted by Aviacionline, the primary wing transition is a huge move forward. It confirms Phoenix 2 is making significant progress toward commercialization.
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​Greenland Sharks

In 2016, a study based on 28 Greenland Sharks determined by radiocarbon dating of crystals within the lens of their eyes, that the oldest of the animals that they sampled had lived for 392±120 years and was consequently born between 1504 and 1744.

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