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  • The strongest storm of the last forty years: this is the extraordinary meteorological phenomenon faced by the inhabitants of the United Arab Emirates. Rain, lightning and above all hail hit the entire country, but, in particular, Abu Dhabi, as documented by the videos shot by incredulous citizens. On social media, users shared images of the large hailstones that covered the streets, creating quite a few inconveniences for travel. In Al Ain, a city located in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, schools and workplaces remained closed, but the possibility of studying and working remotely was left. The meteorological event was “induced”: the National Meteorology Center (NMC) managed, with its fourteen flights in two days, to cause precipitation through Clouds Seeding.


  • A energy ray, sent to Earth from space, has just hit our planet, paving the way for a new era of space energy transmission. Received from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) ground station in Pasadena, the beam was sent from an experimental system called SSPDacronym for Space Solar Power Demonstratora wireless power transfer unit in space and from space to Earth that has the potential to transmit the energy produced via solar panels located on an orbiting satellite and send it anywhere on Earth. The reception of the beam, for now still only a few milliwatts of power, demonstrated that the transmission of energy from space is possible and could be the first step towards the construction of a space solar power plant within ten years.


  • The swirling clouds are actually mosquitoes, which have formed vast swarms over the west Indian city of Pune. Some residents have compared the sight to a tornado, while others have warned the quantity of biting insects poses a serious danger due to the diseases they spread. Many have been unable to leave their homes in the area, while children are not permitted to spend time in gardens or parks. According to local media, the increase in mosquito numbers around Pune is due to the rise in water levels at the Mula Mutha River.


  • A dozen victims of Jeffrey Epstein have sued the FBI, alleging that the agency failed to properly investigate the notorious sex offender. They claim that the FBI sat on reports about Epstein’s activities for two decades, allowing the victims to be “trafficked, abused, raped, tortured and threatened.” The lawsuit was filed in a federal court in New York on Wednesday by 12 women, all of whom are referred to in the document as anonymous Jane Does. “For over two decades, the Federal Bureau of Investigation permitted Jeffrey Epstein to sex traffic and sexually abuse scores of children and young women by failing to do the job the American people expected of it,” the complaint alleges. “As a result of the continued failures of the FBI, Jane Does 1-12 bring this lawsuit to get to the bottom – once and for all – of the FBI’s role in Epstein’s criminal sex trafficking ring.”


  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday underlined the necessity of promoting the concerns of the developing world, arguing that the Global South should participate more in international decision-making. Speaking at the World Governments Summit in Dubai, UAE, Modi indicated that India is seeking a greater role in global governance institutions. “Today, when we are transforming our country, shouldn’t there be reform in the global governance institutions as well?”, asked Modi before asserting that the Global South was under-represented.


  • Chicago won’t renew its ShotSpotter contract and plans to stop using the controversial gunshot detection system later this year, Mayor Brandon Johnson’s office announced Tuesday. The system, which relies on an artificial intelligence algorithm and network of microphones to identify gunshots, has been criticized for inaccuracy, racial bias and law enforcement misuse. An Associated Press investigation of the technology detailed how police and prosecutors used ShotSpotter data as evidence in charging a Chicago grandfather with murder before a judge dismissed the case due to insufficient evidence. Since 2018, the city has spent $49 million on ShotSpotter. Pittsburgh’s police chief says the force will keep using ShotSpotter, the controversial gunfire detection system, despite news this week that Chicago will abandon the technology.


  • Elon Musk’s X, formerly Twitter, granted subscription perks to designated terrorist groups and others barred from operating in the US, according to campaigners. The Tech Transparency Project (TTP) found X had granted blue check marks to accounts tied to Hezbollah members, among others. For $8 (£6.40) a month, a tick allows longer posts and better promotion. The TTP said an account run by Ansar Allah, known as the Houthis, had also seemingly paid for its blue check mark. The check mark has now been removed. The account has over 23,000 followers. The Houthis are sanctioned in both the US and UK. The US Treasury, which outlines organisations the US will not trade with, did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the BBC.


  • A majority of Germans are against Ukraine joining the European Union, according to recent polling data, which also suggested growing skepticism toward Western sanctions on Moscow and the burden of post-war “reconstruction” in Ukraine. Conducted by Germany’s Bertelsmann Foundation and published on Wednesday, the survey indicated that 52% of Germans believe the EU should not accept Kiev as a member in the coming years. The result contrasted with stronger support for Ukrainian membership throughout the bloc, where majorities favored the move in six other member states (Belgium, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and Spain), according to the poll. The German government has also backed membership talks, with officials meeting in Brussels last year to discuss the issue.


  • Hunter Biden had images on his personal phone of “apparent” crack cocaine and other drug paraphernalia, around the time he was accused of lying about his use of illegal substances on a federal form ahead of an October 2018 firearm purchase, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) said on Tuesday. In a ten-page court filing, the DOJ shared drug-related images and text messages allegedly composed by Hunter Biden, the second son of US President Joe Biden, that prosecutors say were from April, November and December 2018.


  • Russian-born artist Andrey Molodkin says he has arranged for 16 highly valuable paintings to be destroyed, should WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange die in prison. Assange has been jailed in Britain for almost five years and is to make his final attempt to avoid extradition to the US this month. The collaborative art destruction project was reported on Tuesday by British media and is endorsed by Stella Assange, the wife of the imprisoned journalist. The hearing of his application is scheduled for next week. According to Molodkin, he has convinced several people in the art world to lend their property for his ‘Dead Man’s Switch’ project. The works by Picasso, Rembrandt, Andy Warhol and others are now stored in plywood boxes in a 29-ton safe somewhere in France, alongside two barrels of chemicals, the artist told Sky News.


  • Ukrainian troops are facing “very difficult and tense” conditions on the frontline of the conflict with Russia, Kiev’s newly appointed top military commander, Aleksandr Syrsky, acknowledged on Wednesday. The general described his impressions in a post on social media, after visiting the east of the country with Defense Minister Rustem Umerov. The general previously told German media that Kiev is changing its approach to the fighting, and will be less willing to suffer losses to defend positions than under the previous leadership. Syrsky offered few details about Ukraine’s military movements, focusing mostly on the Russian advantage in manpower and munitions. The Russians “are ramping up their efforts and have a numerical advantage in troops,” he said.


  • Russia is reportedly developing a space-based nuclear weapon designed to disable or destroy satellites. The United States Congress and America’s European allies were informed of Russia’s plans to develop the anti-satellite capability on Wednesday (Feb. 14). It’s unclear what the exact nature of the planned weapon is — that is, whether it involves detonating a nuclear explosive in space or is another anti-satellite technology powered by a space-based nuclear reactor. According to the intelligence presented to Congress, the U.S. military “does not have the ability to counter such a weapon and defend its satellites,” according to a report in the New York Times. The report adds that U.S. government officials do not believe that such a weapon will be launched any time soon, but that there is “a limited window of time” to stop it from being launched and deployed.


  • Thousands of Porsche, Bentley and Audi cars have been impounded in US ports after a supplier to parent group Volkswagen found a Chinese subcomponent in the vehicles that violated anti-forced labor laws. According to two people with knowledge of the matter, the carmaker has delayed delivery of the vehicles until as late as the end of March as it replaces an electronic component that was found to have come from “western China”. They added that VW notified US authorities as soon as it was made aware of the part’s origin.


  • Hours after last week’s release of special counsel Robert Hur’s report on Biden’s handling of classified documents — which described the president as a “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory” and “diminished faculties” — Team Biden pushed their man in front of reporters in a hopeless bid to demonstrate that his mind is fully intact. It backfired in various ways, most notably when Biden referred to Egyptian President Sissi as the president of Mexico — in a week in which he’d already twice confused the dead male German chancellor Helmut Kohl with the living female Angela Merkel, and confused the late French president François Mitterand with President Emmanuel Macron. In addition to not remembering what years he served as vice president, the special counsel report said that, in his interview with investigators, Biden “did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died.”


  • America’s second-largest radio broadcaster could soon emerge from bankruptcy with a new shareholder: Soros Fund Management. According to Bloomberg, the investment firm founded by the Trump-hating billionaire George Soros has acquired $400 million of Audacy’s highest-ranking debt. Audacy owns 235 radio stations in 48 media markets across the US and is the second-largest broadcaster behind iHeartMedia. An insider familiar with the matter, who identified as a Republican, expressed grave concerns that Soros might be acquiring the stake to sway public opinion ahead of the 2024 presidential election, according to The New York Post. “This is scary,” the source said.


  • Transport for London said it wanted to give the lines, which were previously unnamed, “distinct identities” in order to help commuters navigate the network. “The services will become known as the Lioness line; the Mildmay line; the Windrush line; the Weaver line; the Suffragette line; and the Liberty line,” reports the BBC. The names were partly chosen to reflect London’s “cultural diversity,” according to TfL. Reaction was swift: “Knife crime is through the roof. Yet Sadiq Khan wastes time with a woke rebrand of the London Overground inc Lioness, Rushmore & Suffragette lines,” wrote Martin Daubney. “He should include the Cockney Line: a one-way route out of London, for the white working classes, displaced by unchecked immigration.” Others noted that the changes felt Soviet.


  • The name given to Greenland in 982 AD it comes from the Danish Grønland (English Greenland) and means “Green Land”, apparently indicating the presence of significant vegetation on the enormous Arctic island about a thousand years ago. A team of scientists from the University of Leeds, who have tracked the changes across Greenland from the 1980s through to the 2010s, say warmer air temperatures are causing the ice to retreat. An estimated 11,000 sq miles or 28,707 sq kilometers of Greenland’s ice sheet and glaciers have melted over the last three decades, according to a major analysis of historic satellite records. Where there was once ice and snow, there is now barren rock, wetlands and areas of shrub. Their findings are published in an article titled “Land cover changes across Greenland dominated by a doubling of vegetation in three decades” in the journal Scientific Reports.


  • The White House has pressured Amazon to target dissenting books. Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan revealed on X that the White House was directly involved in the censorship campaign. This includes a 2021 email from a Biden official asking to discuss “ Amazon’s [sic] high levels of propaganda, disinformation and misinformation?” Amazon in turn seems to be wondering just how much Biden’s White House wants it to fuss with censorship: “[is] [Biden’s] admin asking us to remove the books, or are they more concerned about the results search/order (or both) ?” After the meeting, Amazon confirmed in an email that it was actively doing what the government had requested in suppressing sales by not promoting disfavored books: “As a reminder, we have enabled Do Not Promote mode for anti-vax books whose primary purpose is to persuade readers vaccines are unsafe or ineffective on 9/3 and we will review with you additional management options for these books.


  • Vittrup Man was born along the Scandinavian coast before moving to Denmark, where he was later sacrificed, according to a study published February 14, 2024 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Anders Fischer of the University of Gothenburg, Sweden and colleagues. Vittrup Man is the nickname of a Stone Age skeleton recovered from a peat bog in Northwest Denmark, dating to between 3300-3100 BC. The fragmented nature of the remains, including a smashed skull, indicate that he was killed in a ritualistic sacrifice, a common practice in this region at this time.


  • A huge fireball tearing through the Hawaiian sky is not a meteorite. A camera at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii has captured an object as it burned up on re-entering Earth’s atmosphere on 8 February. The Subaru-Asahi Star Camera, owned by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, recorded a time-lapse of the fireball blazing across the night sky, followed by smaller glowing streaks. It is thought it could be a Chinese satellite called Object K.


  • Quasicrystals, solids with rotational symmetries forbidden for crystals, are usually synthesized in the laboratory by mixing specific ratios of selected elemental components in the liquid and quenching under strictly controlled protocols. Nevertheless, the discovery of Al-Cu-Fe natural quasicrystals in the Khatyrka meteorite showed that these exotic phases could also form in high-velocity impact-induced shock events introducing an endeavour to search them in cosmic material. The FB-A1 micrometeorite represents the third independent discovery of naturally occurring intermetallic Al-Cu-Fe-(Si) alloys in extraterrestrial bodies and the second case of extraterrestrial material containing a natural quasicrystal, after Khatyrka meteorite.
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