News Burst 14 January 2021
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- Disneyland – the largest employer in California’s Orange County – will become a mass-vaccination “super-site”. On Monday, officials announced that the resort will become the first “Super Point-of-Dispensing” (POD) site in the county out of a planned five regional locations with the capacity to vaccinate thousands of people daily.
- Eurostat recently released an dataset showing that 17.3 percent of the EU’s population report suffering from excess noise in their neighborhoods. The research also included some of the EU’s neighboring countries and it shows that the problem is more pronounced in some places than others. Malta is the loudest spot on average with 28 percent of the island’s inhabitants stating that they are exposed to neighbor/street noise. The Netherlands and Germany are also among the worst affected spots with more than a quarter of the population reporting noise complaints. North Macedonia, Croatia and Ireland have the most peace and quiet.
- Former Texas congressman Ron Paul, 85, has been blocked from using his Facebook page for unspecified violations of “community standards.” Paul’s last posting was linked to an article on the “shocking” increase of censorship on social media. Facebook then proceeded to block him under the same undefined “community standards” policy. His son is Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) tweeted, “Facebook now considers advocating for liberty to be sedition. Where will it end?”
- China is a “very important market” for all key players in international business, Siemens President and CEO Joe Kaeser said during a discussion at the Reuters NEXT summit on Monday. “The question will be, ‘How will an economy [such as China] deal with the strategic importance of their energy supply? Because obviously, energy is critical infrastructure, as critical as telecommunications. Are you going to make yourself dependent on third-party suppliers in critical infrastructure”, he said. The US-European Union (EU)-China triangle will also become the focus of international markets in the next few years, with analysts stating China will overtake the US economy in 2035, he added.
- New research suggests that the mother of Denny, aged around 13, was a Neanderthal woman from a second wave of European emigration to Siberia. Detailed and pioneering sequencing of the genome of a Neanderthal female (known as Chagyrskaya 8) from this later eastward exodus – whose remains were found in Chagyrskaya Cave – shows them to be distinct from the first arrivals in Siberia. Denny’s remains were found in Denisova Cave, some 106 kilometres away in the limestone foothills of the Altai Mountain, a study in Nature revealed. The Denisovans were first identified a decade ago when a tiny finger bone fragment of so-called ‘X woman’ was discovered, a young female who lived around 41,000 years ago. She was neither Home sapiens nor Neanderthal. Meanwhile, Denisovans may have met Homo sapiens in Mongolia, interbreeding to give modern man genes to cope with the cold but also teaching key Stone Age tool skills, say scientists.
- The Tourism Ministry’s Golf Quarantine proposal has been approved by the Thai cabinet. That means foreign golfers can now stay in quarantine whilst enjoying a round of golf in 6 approved golf resorts located in Kanchanaburi, Nakhon Nayok, Phetchaburi and Chiang Mai. Foreign golfers are now allowed to spend their 2 week quarantine 14-16 days) at any of the 6 certified golf resorts and move around in the resort environment as well as play golf instead of being isolated in a hotel room.
- Boeing is facing a US$2.5 billion fine following criminal charges pressed by the US Justice Department for defrauding regulators. The department says Boeing concealed information about the 737 Max jet’s automated flight control system, MCAS, that was a major factor in the passenger flight crashes in 2018 and 2019, killing 346 people. Since the FAA didn’t know about the automated system, the administration did not mention it in the final report certifying the aircraft. The system was then not included in the aircraft manuals and pilot training materials.
- Pro-democracy activists have called a protest at Thung Mahamek police station in Bangkok, in a show of solidarity with 13 protesters arrested for delivering a petition to the German Embassy. Last October, members of the pro-democracy Ratsadon group led a march of thousands of people to the German Embassy on Sathorn Road. The protesters’ plan was to submit a petition urging the German government to investigate allegations that His Majesty the King was ruling Thailand from Germany. 13 activists were subsequently taken into custody and have been hit with charges of lèse majesté or violating Section 112 of the Criminal Code. Thailand’s lèse majesté law, which prohibits criticism or defamation of the Monarchy, is considered to be one of the harshest in the world. Those found guilty face up to 15 years’ imprisonment.
- Rep. Steve Cohen, D-TN, introduced a resolution to the House Judiciary Committee Monday to abolish the Electoral College. “It is past time to directly elect our President and Vice President. The Electoral College is a vestige of the 18th Century when voters didn’t know the candidates who now appear daily on their phones and television screens.” Cohen added, “Last week’s mayhem at the Capitol shows that attempts to manipulate the Electoral College vote by politicians employing falsehoods is a real danger. The President should always be elected by the people, not by politicians.”
- The tech maverick is an active Twitter user and entertains his 42-million army of followers with jokes and memes. Elon Musk has now managed to significantly increase the value of a Japanese company by posting a meme about anime. The shares of the toy and game maker company Bandai Namco Holdings Inc jumped 4.4 percent after the tech entrepreneur posted a meme featuring a character from the Idolmaster franchise.
- 21-year-old model Belle Delphine published an explicit kidnapping-themed photo shoot. The controversy started after Delphine uploaded a preview [NSFW] of her “perfect first date” photo shoot to Twitter on Tuesday, which included photographs of Delphine – dressed in a Lolita style – tied up in the back of a car with tape over her mouth with a man in a balaclava. The pile of reactions led to Delphine becoming one of Twitter’s trending topics on Tuesday and Wednesday.
- For the third time in a little over two decades, the Irish government is issuing an apology to the innocent victims of suffering wilfully perpetrated by officials in the Church, and issuing compensation to those who were physically, sexually and psychologically abused while in the care of Church and State. In 2013, Taoiseach Enda Kenny apologised to the 10,000 victims of abuse at the so-called Magdalene Laundries. Over 74 years, unmarried mothers and their children were forced to work in the notorious laundries – and almost 1,000 were found to have been buried in the grounds of the institutions. Some spent most of their lives working in slave-like conditions. The deaths of 9,000 infants in Irish homes for unwed mothers proves how little value women had in the eyes of the Catholic Church.
- Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the arrest of Rachel Rodriguez for election fraud, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting people voting by mail, and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. Each charge constitutes a felony under the Texas Election Code. Rodriguez was exposed in a Project Veritas video last fall while she engaged in vote harvesting leading up to the 2020 election. The Election Fraud Division of the Office of the Attorney General reviewed dozens of hours of unedited, raw footage, which led to this arrest. In an uncharacteristic moment of honesty, Rodriguez acknowledged on video that what she was doing is illegal and that she could go to jail for it. If convicted, Rodriguez could face up to 20 years in prison.
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American defense firm Pratt Miller tweeted that it delivered two Robotic Combat Vehicle-Light unmanned ground vehicle prototypes (RCV-Ls) to the US Army. “RCV-L’s 3 and 4 were delivered to GVSC today, 2 weeks ahead of schedule. This completes the full contracted delivery of Robotic Combat Vehicle – Light in preparation for 2021 testing and experimentation,” Pratt Miller tweeted.
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General Motors stole the show on Tuesday after unveiling the Cadillac Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) vehicle and electric shuttle concepts in a virtual presentation at the CES expo, according to PCMag. GM’s vice president of global design, Michael Simcoe, said the car manufacturer is “preparing for a world where advances in electrics and autonomous technology make personal air travel possible.” GM appears to be targeting the ultra-rich as they will be able to use these aircraft, sometime in this decade, to avoid traffic on the ground by flying from rooftop to rooftop.
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