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News Burst 16 April 2021

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  • Billionaires like Bill Gates have long said that they, theoretically, would be in favor of paying much more money in personal taxes. And yet the “philanthropist” Bill Gates and some of the wealthiest people in the world are staying silent on a series of active proposals that would do just that, sidestepping a legislative package in their home state of Washington that targets them specifically. Washington is home to four of the richest people on the planet: Gates, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Bezos’s ex-wife novelist MacKenzie Scott, and longtime Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. All four of them have declined to campaign for the tax increase proposals, spurning requests to back the measures and staying on the sidelines.

 

  • One of the women who took part in a now-infamous naked photoshoot on a Dubai skyscraper has claimed that other inmates threatened to kill the 12 Ukrainian girls involved while they were locked up in custody and kept in one cell. Speaking to Kiev-based TV network TSN, one participant, who was subsequently deported from the UAE, alleged that cops took away their phones, placed them in a holding pen with just one mattress, and fed them “tasteless rice.” Another girl, named as Irina from Kiev, claimed that she was forced by photographer Vitaly Grechin to pose naked outside, against her will.

 

  • Images of one of the largest canyons on Mars have revealed layers of sandstone-like rock that may have formed a sodden ancient environment that could have supported life. The photos capture the breathtaking Candor Chasma, which is one of the largest canyons in the Red Planet’s Valles Marineris deep gorge system. They show that the canyon is filled with light-toned layered deposits that are thought to be sandstones. Scientists say these rocks may have formed in an ancient wet environment that may have been habitable. The photos were snapped from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which has been orbiting around the fourth-planet from the sun for nearly 14 years.

 

  • In recent years, the ISS has begun to fall apart, with astronauts now frequently discovering cracks. Last week, it was revealed that Russian cosmonauts were still working on plugging a leak first noticed in 2019. The ongoing problems with the international station have prompted Moscow to begin creating a replacement. Called ROSS, the Russian orbital satellite will consist of three to seven modules and will be able to carry up to four people. Although only approved by Putin on Monday, on the 60th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s landmark first human spaceflight, the project has been in the works for some time. Last November, the first deputy designer general for space contractor RSC Energia revealed his belief that Russia needed to get started on a new station, saying the ISS was already falling apart.

 

  • Watches and jewellery belonging to Frank Lampard, Tamara Ecclestone and the late Leicester City chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha were among the items taken during a series of burglaries in December 2019. Alessandro Donati, 43, from Milan, pleaded guilty at Isleworth Crown Court to conspiracy to burgle. He will be sentenced at a later date. Donati was arrested in Italy under a European Arrest Warrant in October and extradited to the UK the following month. With the assistance of an Italian interpreter, he admitted to conspiring to burgle dwellings between 30 November 2019 and 18 December 2019. The burglary, on the palatial home near Kensington Palace that socialite Ms Ecclestone shares with her husband Jay Rutland, saw about £25m worth of valuables stolen.

 

  • Two reports, produced separately by the Southeast Asia Freedom of Expression Network (SAFEnet) and Amnesty International Indonesia but released at the same event on Wednesday, found that the CVD crisis had allowed authorities to constrict civic space in the country. SAFEnet executive director Damar Juniarto said that throughout last year, law enforcement officers had taken “excessive measures” to limit the freedom of expression through the Electronic Information and Transactions (ITE) Law and by devising new regulations. On April 4, 2020, for example, the National Police headquarters issued a circular instructing officers to patrol the internet and take action against anyone anyone who spread hoaxes about the c-vid or insulted the President or his administration.

 

  • Guatemala’s president has held Joe Biden’s administration responsible for generating a crisis at the US border by sending out “confusing” messages. “I believe that in the first few weeks of the Biden administration, messages were confusing. They were compassionate messages that were understood by people in our country, especially the coyotes, to tell families, ‘We’ll take the children’,” President Alejandro Giammattei said on Tuesday during an interview on MSNBC.

 

  • Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian said Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso should taste the water from the Fukushima Nuclear Plant that Japan is planning to release into the sea. Lijian’s comments followed Aso’s press conference during which he claimed that it’s possible to drink the “treated radioactive water” because it’s apparently poses no health or environment risks. “The oceans are not Japan’s trash can; and the Pacific Ocean is not Japan’s sewer. Japan should not expect the world to pay the bill for its treatment of wastewater. As for the individual Japanese official’s remarks that the water is okay to drink, why doesn’t he take a sip first? The lesson from Japan’s Minamata* disease is not far behind us,” Zhao said.
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Absence of oxygen and water doesn’t mean an absence of intelligent life either.
There’s life in many places that they assume isn’t habitable.
Understanding Density (state of being) and Dimension (location) will help explain how advanced forms of life can exist around us unseen. ~ Kabamur

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The police department in Japan’s Toyama city appointed a cat named Koko as police chief for a day, NHK reported on 13 April. The honour was bestowed on Koko for his bravery after he helped save an elderly man. During the ceremony to appoint Koko as the boss, he was sporting his own police uniform, including a peaked hat, which fitted puuurrrfectly. The cat then left his paw print on a certificate to declare his commitment to fighting crime in the area.

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Recent effort to create ARPA-H/HARPA combines well with the coordinated push of Silicon Valley companies into the field of health care, specifically Silicon Valley companies that double as contractors to US intelligence and/or the military (e.g., Microsoft, Google, and Amazon). During the CVD crisis, this trend toward Silicon Valley dominance of the health-care sector has accelerated considerably due to a top-down push toward digitalization with telemedicine, remote monitoring, and the like.

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“Our galaxy may be teeming with technologically active life or populated by a single very long-lived civilization. In either case, we should be incredibly lucky to get a detection one day,” wrote physicist Claudio Grimaldi in an email to The Daily Galaxy about the possibility of there being a fundamental flaw in why we have not received a signal from an advanced alien civilization. How would we decode such a signal? What if alien species communicate chemically?

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[Twitter Slowly Dying] Twitter rolls out AI-powered “offensive-tweets prompt” to reduce “potentially harmful or offensive” replies. No word from the platform if the data on “bad speech” is also tracked and saved for future use or what else is being analyzed by the speech-AI.

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