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  • Clothing factories that supply H&M and Zara are buying cotton linked to environmental destruction and land-grabbing in Brazil’s Cerrado – a biodiversity hotspot where deforestation is soaring, research by the Earthsight nonprofit has found. While global concern has focused on the impact of beef and soy farming in the Amazon, deforestation alerts in Brazil’s lesser-known Cerrado tropical savannah jumped 44% in 2023, data from the National Institute for Space Research (INPE) shows. Cotton is a major culprit as Brazil sets its sights on becoming the world’s biggest exporter, according to the Earthsight investigation.

 

  • Former US President Donald Trump could not understand “the idea that Ukraine was an independent state” and assumed that it “must be part of Russia,” his former adviser, Fiona Hill, has claimed. “Trump made it very clear that he thought, you know, that Ukraine, and certainly Crimea, must be part of Russia,” Hill told New York Times writer David Sanger in an upcoming book previewed by The Guardian on Friday. “He really could not get his head around the idea that Ukraine was an independent state.” Crimea voted overwhelmingly to join the Russian Federation in 2014, six decades after the historically Russian peninsula was transferred to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic in an administrative decision by Soviet Premier Nikita Kruschev. In September 2022, four former Ukrainian regions – the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, Kherson, and Zaporozhye – were also admitted to the Russian Federation after similar referendums.

 

  • New York City has one of the highest populations of brown rats in the US. Researchers from the city’s pest control company estimated that there were approximately three million rats in the city as of August 2023, finding that the number had increased by nearly 50% in the past decade. Rats are prodigious breeders, with one pair having the potential to produce as many as 15,000 offspring in a year. The rise in leptospirosis infections comes a year after Mayor Eric Adams appointed Kathleen Corradi as the Big Apple’s first ever director of rodent mitigation, or “rat czar.” The position was created as part of an effort to bring down the booming rat population in the city.

 

  • Kenya’s drug regulator says it is recalling a batch of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) children’s cough syrup, Benylin Pediatric, due to concerns that the product contains an unacceptable level of a potentially fatal toxic substance. In a statement on Thursday, the Kenyan Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB) said its decision was prompted by an alert that Nigeria’s National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) had recalled the oral medication. The syrup is also used to treat hay fever and other allergic conditions in children aged two to 12. The batch being recalled was manufactured by JNJ in South Africa in May 2021 and has an expiration date of April 2024, according to the PPB. There are concerns that it could contain potentially fatal levels of the contaminant diethylene glycol.

 

  • More than 25 million people in Sudan are facing a humanitarian crisis as fighting continues to grip the northeast African nation, the UN Refugee Agency warned on Tuesday. Thousands of refugees are fleeing the conflict between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) on a daily basis. The majority are reportedly seeking refuge in South Sudan. According to Olga Sarrado, a spokesperson for UNHCR (Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), the total number of displaced has now exceeded 8.5 million people, “with 1.8 million of them crossing borders.”

 

  • Japan has condemned Russia for what it perceives as “nuclear threats,” recalling that it was the only country in history to come under an atomic bombing. However, it did not mention that it was the US – its current ally – that dropped the nukes. Speaking at the United Nations Security Council briefing on Friday, Japan’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, Shino Mitsuko, condemned Moscow’s actions against Ukraine while lashing out at what she called “repeated nuclear rhetoric by Russia.” “As the only country that has ever suffered atomic bombings during war, Japan will never accept Russia’s nuclear threats, let alone any use of nuclear weapons. The catastrophes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki must never be repeated,” she stressed, without naming the country responsible.

 

  • The U.K. High Court ruled last month that Assange could not be immediately extradited to the U.S., where he faces up to 175 years behind bars if convicted on all counts. The tribunal gave the Biden administration until April 16 to guarantee that Assange won’t face the death penalty. Absent such assurance, Assange will be allowed to continue appealing his extradition. Last month, Assange’s legal team denied reports that a plea deal with the U.S. government may have been in the works. Assange has been imprisoned in Belmarsh since 2019. Before that, he spent nearly seven years in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he had been granted political asylum under the government of leftist former President Rafael Correa.

 

  • SpaceX’s Starship, the largest rocket in the world, will get even bigger as the company continues to target Mars missions in the future. Elon Musk, the billionaire founder of SpaceX, told employees on April 4 that Starship will eventually be as tall as 500 feet (150 meters), roughly 20 percent higher than the massive system aboard the Super Heavy rocket right now. What’s more, advances in reusability will have each launch cost roughly $3 million each, Musk predicted; that’s less than a third of what a (much smaller) Falcon 1 rocket launch cost in 2004 when inflation is taken into account. (The figure two decades ago was $5.9 million, according to NBC, which is roughly $9.5 million in 2024 dollars.)

 

  • Having blasted off from Europe’s spaceport in French Guiana a year ago, the Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer, known as JUICE for short, is still in the inner solar system, getting ready for a series of gravity assists that will throw it onto a trajectory allowing it to rendezvous with Jupiter in 2031. Its first port of call will be the giant planet’s outermost Galilean moon, Callisto. This will mark the first of 35 planned flybys of the gas planet’s moons Callisto, Ganymede and Europa, before the spacecraft settles into orbit around Ganymede. At the European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) in Germany, the mission team is already preparing for this first flyby, but while using the engineering model of the spacecraft. This is an exact replica of the flight model that’s currently cruising through space, with the same hardware, software and instruments. The only difference is that it is sat in a clean room in Darmstadt.

 

  • When it comes to primordial black holes being dark matter suspects, their alibi may be falling apart. Tiny black holes, created seconds after the birth of the universe, may survive longer than expected, reigniting a suspicion that primordial black holes could account for dark matter, the universe’s most mysterious stuff. Dark matter currently represents one of the most pressing problems in physics. That is because, despite making up an estimated 85% of the matter in the cosmos, dark matter remains effectively invisible to our eyes because it doesn’t interact with light. Because the particles that comprise atoms that compose “everyday” stuff we can see, like stars, planets, and our own bodies, clearly do interact with light, this has prompted the search for dark matter particles outside the Standard Model of particle physics. Many scientists believe the answer could still lie within the Standard Model, however, if we consider a diminutive cousin of cosmic objects we usually view as tremendously massive, and even monstrous: Black holes.
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Astronomical Events in 2024

Astronomical Events in 2024

Welcome to 2024! There are plenty of events stargazers can add to their calendars.

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Blue Stones

In 1990, Italian geologist Angelo Pitoni purchased strange blue stones from a Fula Chief in Sierra Leone in West Africa. The tribe claimed the rocks were brought by visitors from the sky. Pitoni returned home to Europe and brought the mysterious rocks to a university for testing. The results showed the stones didn’t match any known mineral. The researchers couldn’t explain why the rocks retained a blue color. When a small piece was pulverized and viewed under a microscope, there was no blue color visible. Heating the stone to high temperatures would not alter the mineral. Acids would not break it down. Further analysis showed that 77.17% of the stone was Oxygen. The remaining composition was Carbon, Calcium, and an unknown organic compound. The age of the Sky Stones may be as much as 55,000 years old. #drthehistories

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Near Antarctica

The ocean monitoring service detected an unusual movement beneath the waves, which seems to have originated near Antarctica. This underwater anomaly, roughly the size of Texas, coincided with the observation of towering 60-foot waves (20 meters) on April 10, 2024. However after the news went viral, the service’s owner attributed the incident to a technical error. It’s difficult for me to accept this explanation without skepticism because of how much money these fine tuned, pieces of equipment cost, and how often they test them. So dismissing it as a simple error seems questionable. ~ Niko @awakenedspecies

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News Burst 18 May 2024 The Pentagon has raised fears a quaint Swiss Alps hotel bought by a Chinese family may have been a spying post for Beijing due to its proximity to an F-35 jet airstrip. Hotel Rossli, in picturesque Unterbach, was purchased by the Wang family for...

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News Burst 17 May 2024 NATO-CIA secret terror army ‘Operation Gladio’ up to its old tricks again?On May 15, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot and wounded in Handlova.Meanwhile, on the night of May 14-15, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan convened an...

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News Burst 16 May 2024 The Slovak PM Robert Fico was shot on Wednesday, during a visit to the town of Handlova, and was rushed to hospital for surgery in a serious condition. His attacker has been arrested but his identity and motives have not yet been revealed....

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News Burst 14 May 2024 Araku Valley, India – Gemmala Sita is proud of the coffee beans she grows on what is among the world’s largest organic, fair-trade plantations. Her Arabica beans end up as steaming cups of coffee in the chic cafes of Paris and Dubai, Stockholm...

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