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- Saudi Arabia is ready to increase oil production to its maximum of 13 million barrels per day but does not have the capacity to pump out more, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said during his address at the US-Arab summit in Jeddah on Saturday. The crown prince also said that the global community should join forces to support the global economy, but noted that unrealistic policies regarding energy sources would only worsen the situation. “Adopting unrealistic policies to reduce emissions by excluding main sources of energy will lead in coming years to unprecedented inflation and an increase in energy prices and rising unemployment, and a worsening of serious social and security problems,” he said.
- Prince Andrew “made himself at home” on Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious Caribbean island with his “close” pal Ghislaine Maxwell, the late paedophile financier’s former housekeeper has claimed. Convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell and the Duke of York would allegedly flirt with each other when they hung out together on the now infamous Little St James. Andrew has denied visiting Little Saint James in the US Virgin Islands, described by a lawyer for Epstein’s victims as a “sex-trafficking palace”. He has also denied that he had a close friendship with Ghislaine, who was found guilty last year of sexually abusing girls as young as 14 alongside Epstein. However, speaking for the first time on camera, Epstein’s former employees Miles and Cathy Alexander appear to have thrown the Duke’s claims into doubt.
- A neo-Nazi torture prison in Ukraine – Set up at a local school, the base was used by the Tornado Battalion for Mass Torture, Rape and Murder. It is located in the village of Privolye near the city of Lisichansk, in the Lugansk People’s Republic. Despite the unit’s designation as a volunteer police Tornado Battalion, it was led by a career criminal named Ruslan Onishchenko , and the core of the group was also made up of former inmates. Tornado was dissolved in 2015 after facing a series of charges of kidnapping, rape, torture and illegal homicides. “Most of the battalion members are now back on the front lines, fighting in various units of the Ukrainian armed forces,” Viktor Pandzhakidze, the former Tornado spokesman, told Ukrainian media.
- The ongoing government crisis in Italy is playing into the Kremlin’s hands, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio has claimed. The turmoil is hampering Rome’s ability to provide military support to Ukraine, as well as to secure new energy contracts, the minister told POLITICO in an interview on Friday. Critics of embattled Prime Minister Mario Draghi are effectively doing Russian President Vladimir Putin’s work, Di Maio suggested, urging Italian political parties not to bring down the government in an upcoming confidence vote next week. “The Russians are right now celebrating having made another Western government fall,” Di Maio said. “Now I doubt we can send arms [to Ukraine]. It is one of the many serious problems.”
- The Zeus unmanned nuclear-powered space tug, currently under development in Russia, would be delivering an interstellar space station to the planets of the Solar System while cosmonauts would be flying to the station separately due to long flights, Dmitry Rogozin, the former head of Russian space agency Roscosmos said. He explained that crews would be more comfortable flying on “traditional means” until more powerful engines are developed than those planned to be used in the Zeus nuclear-powered space tug. Rogozin added that the breaking of the space tug would be as long as the acceleration; therefore, the station pushed by the space tug would be more effective for flights to distant planets rather than the Moon.
- Many residents of Republican-controlled states who voted for Donald Trump in 2020 believe they would be “better off” if their state seceded from the US, a new poll has revealed. About 33% of Trump voters in so-called red states say they’d personally fare better if their state “became an independent country,” according to a Yahoo/YouGov poll released on Friday. The poll is the latest illustration of increasing political polarization and cultural division in American life. Half of Americans believe there will be another US civil war in their lifetime and that the country will cease to be a democracy at some point, an earlier Yahoo/YouGov poll showed in June.
- A new study suggests that the explosive volcanic eruption that rocked the Southern Pacific in January was so powerful that the atmospheric gravity waves it produced reached the highest layers of Earth’s atmosphere. The Hunga Tonga–Hunga Ha’apai underwater volcano erupted on January 15, producing a plume of ash that rose about 50 kilometers above the surface, and caused atmospheric gravity waves that reached 100 kilometers into the ionosphere, SciTechDaily notes.
- If Democrats incur major losses in November’s midterm elections and the control of both chambers of Congress slips away from their hands, US President Joe Biden could quickly find himself on the brink of impeachment, Newsweek reported. Calls to impeach Biden have emerged several times and have been voiced by many prominent conservatives. Most recently, Fox News host Tucker Carlson demanded the impeachment of the president after a report by the Washington Free Beacon which claimed that the Biden administration sold a million barrels of oil to a Chinese state-owned gas company.
- The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Gaia space observatory has for the first time identified two new, giant planets – named Gaia-1b and Gaia-2b – in remote solar systems. The research was led by Prof. Shay Zucker, head of Tel Aviv University’s Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences and doctoral student Aviad Panahi from TAU’s Sackler School of Physics and Astronomy. The study, conducted in cooperation with ESA and the Gaia space telescope’s research groups, was published in the scientific journal Astronomy & Astrophysics under the title “The detection of transiting exoplanets by Gaia. The discovery of the two new planets was made in the wake of precise searches, using methods of artificial intelligence.”
- One of the unexpected casualties in the ongoing conflict between Moscow and the West became the scientific work to further advance human knowledge of the Arctic region, where Russia’s role was especially significant in such areas as permafrost research. Russia also controls a significant portion of the Arctic, making it a vital partner for climate and environmental monitoring in the region. Its exclusion threatens to leave Western researchers without information necessary for their work. Cooperation between Russian and Western scientists has been taking place in diverse fields, including the Arctic Council, an intergovernmental forum that aims to promote partnership and coordination between regional states. However, in March seven Western members — Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the United States — suspended their participation in the platform, only to resume the work in June on projects that do not involve Russia.
- The principal of freedom of navigation grants free passage for ships under any sovereign state’s flag in all cases, aside from some exceptions clarified by international law. The principle is codified in the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea – an accord not signed or ratified by the United States. The US 7th Fleet stated on Saturday that one of its destroyers “asserted navigational rights and freedoms in the South China Sea” earlier in the day, thus “challenging restrictions on innocent passage imposed by the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Vietnam, and Taiwan.” According to the statement, USS Destroyer Benfold carried out an operation near the Spratly Islands that was described as being consistent with international law, later exiting “the excessive claim” and continuing operations in the South China Sea.
- Theoretical physicist Professor Arjun Berera told Express.co.uk, it is quite possible that alien civilizations may have progressed to more advanced forms of communication — and we should be looking for signs of a quantum approach. He said: “If you think about how communication is evolving on Earth, in 50 years time probably classical communication will be completely gone and everything will be quantum.
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AI Identifies Crater On Mars
A Machine Learning program has managed to pinpoint the crater where the ancient Black Beauty meteorite originated from, according to a paper published in Nature on Tuesday. Black Beauty, which is also known as meteorite NWA 7034, was discovered in Africa in 2011. It is the only Martian meteorite discovered so far that has multiple types of Martian rock fused together. Other Martian meteorites only include one type of rock. Researchers named the crater Karratha, after the Pilbara city of Karratha, located in Western Australia, where some of the oldest terrestrial rocks have been found.
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Farmers in the Netherlands are up in arms over plans requiring nitrogen pollution to be slashed. The country’s farmers are in uproar over the government’s environmental plans. Many face what they say is an impossible ultimatum: sort out pollution or sell off your farm. “They want to change the whole landscape.” How so? “More nature, more solar [panel] fields. They need grounds for building houses, industry. And that space, we have to give, as farmers.”
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