News Burst 16 May 2021
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News Burst 16 May 2021 – Featured News
- Europe beings taking down thousands of Huawei 5G towers. Countries including the U.K., France and Sweden are joining a U.S.-led campaign against the Chinese company, citing national security concerns. Huawei has repeatedly denied its equipment poses any risk.
- ”The World Freedom Alliance has created an amazing campaign called: ‘The European Spring Hope & Accountability’.” “As part of this campaign we are sending notices of liability to all the prime ministers and health ministers of every single country.” “This letter is download-able on the website worldfreedomalliance.org.” “We are hoping that by May 15th we will have an avalanche of responses from prime-ministers, presidents and health ministers of the world.”
- China has cancelled attempts to climb Mount Everest from its side of the world’s highest peak because of fears of importing COVID-19 cases from neighbouring Nepal, state media reported. The closure was confirmed in a notice on Friday (May 14) from China’s General Administration of Sport, the official Xinhua News Agency said.
- Citing China National Space Administration sources, Chinese state media confirmed that the Tianwen-1 probe successfully touched down on May 15 in the Red Planet’s Utopia Planitia: Mars’ largest recognized impact basin, with a diameter of around 3,300 kilometers (2050 miles). Following the spacecraft’s touchdown, the Zhurong rover is expected to begin global imaging of the landing site and undergo a self-inspection before parting from the probe, according to Xinhua News Agency.
- Taiwan’s election commission approved on Friday the holding of three referendums in late August that could affect both the island’s relations with the United States and its energy security if they are passed. One is whether to ban pork containing a leanness-enhancing additive, while the other concerns whether to change the site of a planned new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal to protect the maritime environment. Last year, the government approved pork containing ractopamine, which is banned in the European Union and China though widely used in the United States. Major Taiwan food firms have pledged not to sell or import pork made with ractopamine. The LNG referendum asks whether the terminal should be relocated from a site that affects a northern algal reef. The government says the terminal is vital for energy security, and has already said it will change the site. The third vote asks whether referendums should be held on the same day as general elections, which supporters say would lead to higher turnout.
- Tesla Inc. will no longer accept bitcoin for car purchases, Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Wednesday, citing long-brewing environmental concerns for a swift reversal in the company’s position on the cryptocurrency.
- Tanzania has a high potential for exports of avocado, the country’s latest green gold. Close to 9,000 tonnes valued at $30 million were exported last year, up from almost zero seven years ago. This emerged here yesterday during the launch of the first avocado cluster for farmers in the northern zone regions. The facility will assist farmers in training, input and seedlings supplies,as well as access to new processing technologies and markets. Taha Group chief executive officer Jacquiline Mkindi said Tanzania should seize the opportunity due to the increasing demand for the food crop in international markets. She said the demand for avocados from Tanzania is even much higher due to their high quality.
- Prisoners in Russia’s third-largest city, Novosibirsk, will now get a little taste of international travel after their jail installed British-style red phone boxes to decorate the room inmates use for calls to the outside world. Authorities in Correctional Colony 8 also got the prison’s art students to draw an illustration of the Palace of Westminster’s Elizabeth Tower, known worldwide as Big Ben.
- Speaking as part of a government meeting on Thursday, Russia’s Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said that “we are proposing to introduce additional regulations for industrial and off-shore fishing.” He added that the new legislation will be an opportunity to introduce new protections for whales and dolphins, and the new bill aims to prohibit catching them. “We hope this will save animals from predatory extermination,” Mishustin announced. The prime minister said he hoped the move would “not leave anyone unclear” about his government’s ongoing response to the so-called ‘whale jail’ scandal in 2019. Around a hundred beluga whales and orcas, also known as killer whales, were found kept in cramped pens and ponds in the Russian Far East, with their health suffering as a result. It was reported that the keepers had planned to sell them to Chinese sea parks.
- Cambodia received 70,901 international visitors in the January-March quarter (Q1) of 2021, down 94 per cent from 1.15 million in the same period of last year, the Tourism Ministry said in a report released on Thursday (May 13). Thailand, China and Vietnam were the major three source countries of foreign travelers to the Southeast Asian country during Q1, the report said.
- A Rocket Lab Electron booster carrying two commercial satellites failed to reach orbit Saturday (May 15) after suffering an anomaly just minutes after liftoff. The launch failure occurred less than three minutes after a launch from Rocket Lab’s Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand’s Mahia Peninsula, and just after the Electron’s two stages separated. Two Earth-observing satellites for the company BlackSky, their flight arranged by the firm Spaceflight, were lost.
- SpaceX will launch its third Falcon 9 rocket Saturday evening (May 15), with the launcher carrying a new fleet of Starlink broadband satellites into space, and you can watch the action live online. The private spaceflight company will launch 52 Starlink satellites on one of its workhorse rockets, a Falcon 9 dubbed B1058, along with a nanosatellite for Tyvak and a small radar satellite for Capella Space. The frequent flier is scheduled to blast off from Pad 39A here at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 6:54 p.m. EDT (2054 UTC).
- Brazil has stopped production of Sinovac vaccine as China is reportedly not sending ingredients due to “diplomatic ill-will” over criticism of China. Brazil has run out of raw materials to produce Sinovac Biotech Ltd’s Covid-19 vaccine as a supply shipment has been held up in Chinese export clearance, authorities in the state of Sao Paulo said.
- Major General Dany Fortin, the man in charge of Canada’s COVID vaccine distribution suddenly stepped down from his post Friday night. The Canadian Armed released a brief statement, confirming that Fortin was under military investigation. “Today, Major-General Dany Fortin has left his assignment with the Public Health Agency of Canada, pending the results of a military investigation,” a statement read. “Acting Chief of the Defence Staff, Lieutenant-General Eyre will be reviewing next steps with Major-General Fortin. We will have no further comment.”
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News Burst 16 May 2021 – Bonus Video
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News Burst 16 May 2021 – Solar Activity
The Great Geomagnetic Storm Of May 1921
On May 15, 1921, the biggest solar storm of the 20th century hit Earth. Around 02:00 GMT that Sunday morning a telegraph exchange in Sweden burst into flames. Across the Atlantic, the same thing was going on in New York. Flames engulfed the switch-board at the Brewster station of the Central New England Railroad and quickly spread to destroy the whole building. During the conflagration, long distance telephone lines burned out in New Brunswick; voltages on telegraph lines in the USA spiked as high as 1000 V; and auroras were sighted by ships at sea crossing the equator. It was a Big. Solar. Storm. The outburst happened during the lazy tail end of Solar Cycle 15, an unremarkable cycle that was almost over in 1921. Sunspot numbers were low–but it only took one. Giant sunspot AR1842 appeared in mid-May and started flaring, hurling multiple coronal mass ejections (CMEs) toward Earth. In those days scientists had never even heard of “CMEs,” so they were completely surprised when the clouds of plasma arrived. As one CME after another struck, Earth’s magnetic field
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