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News Burst 18 April 2021

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  • UK poised to ban French foie gras imports. Remarks came after a cross-party group of UK lawmakers said in a letter that “over the coming months, thousands more ducks and geese will endure torturous treatment for this cruel product”. Foie gras production involves overfeeding geese and ducks through a feeding tube, known as a gavage, for the last two weeks before slaughter. Being force-fed several times a day in the absence of a gag reflex in waterfowl, the birds develop fatty liver disease, with the organ expanding to six to ten times its normal size.


  • The tech maverick’s company SpaceX is working on a next-generation spaceship that is expected to dramatically reduce the cost of space launches and simplify space travel. The company previously said it plans to send the first space tourists to the Moon in 2022. Musk said SpaceX will land humans on the Red Planet before 2030. Elon Musk said that making life multiplanetary is necessary as one day plants and animals on Earth will die. The tech entrepreneur mentioned Mars as a potential home for humanity.


  • The Peruvian Congress has deprived former President Martin Vizcarra and two ex-ministers of the right to hold public posts over illegal CVD vaccin ations with the drug Sinopharm. In January, a journalistic investigation showed that Vizcarra, his wife and brother, as well as hundreds of other former and current officials received doses of the Sinopharm vaccine in October 2020 when the drug was undergoing clinical trials in Peru. “At the plenary session of the Congress, it was decided to suspend Martin Vizcarra for 10 years, as well as the health minister and the foreign minister for eight years and one year, respectively, from holding public posts. As usual, we are acting impartially, legally, without giving anyone privileges”, President of the Congress Mirtha Vasquez wrote on her Twitter page. The decision was made unanimously, with 86 votes.


  • Supply chain issues arising from the CVD pandemic and the latest accident in the Suez Canal have led to a nationwide shortage of garden gnomes in Britain, as lawn-ornament figurines are selling like hotcakes during lockdowns. Garden centres were open during all the three lockdowns in the country, encouraging a real boom in sales of lawn gnomes and other outdoor furniture when Brits were forced to stick to their homes.


  • New Zealand is currently mulling a series of proposals aimed at eliminating smoking in the country, including a radical initiative that would prohibit the sale of tobacco to an entire generation. Under the country’s Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan, New Zealand hopes to gradually increase the legal smoking age and ultimately prohibit cigarette sales to anyone born after 2004. The initiative also calls for a significant reduction in the level of nicotine allowed in tobacco and places restrictions on where cigarettes can be sold. The government would also set a minimum price for all tobacco products.


  • Russian Geographical Society hopes to obtain genetic material from ancient Scythian burial. Society’s president Sergei Shoigu – Russian defence minister – even hinted at possibility of cloning during annual meeting. ‘Very keen to find organic matter. I think you understand what might follow – if not for Dolly the sheep, it would be possible to make something out of it’, Sergey Shoigu, 66 said in a somewhat bizarre statement during 14 April’s board meeting. The interest to discover organic matter referred to the Tunnug burial mound in the Valley of the Kings, Republic of Tuva, where excavations started in summer 2018. First season showed that the vast burial site of nomadic warriors, often laid to rest with with their horses is in fact the oldest of all discovered, dating to the IX century BC.


  • Gunmen attacked a CVD vaccin ation brigade in Tangancícuaro, Michoacán, Friday. There were no injuries. The brigade, which was traveling between Patamban and Ruiz Cortines, included military personnel and state police, who repelled the attackers and gave health personnel a chance to escape. Minutes later, the National Guard and soldiers arrived and the attackers fled on foot. One theory over the attack on the brigade is that stealing the v accine itself was the motive.


  • Former EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has suggested that France may follow the UK’s example and finally withdraw from the EU. Speaking at a conference on the future of the bloc in La Touquet on Friday, the French politician referred to “social unrest and anger” in France over unchecked immigration as well as the “red tape and complexity” of the EU. The ex-EU negotiator insisted it is the bloc’s responsibility to understand “why the British left”, and that it’s important for Brussels “to listen to the anger that was expressed in the UK, and to implement the kind of changes that are necessary to better understand and reassure the European citizens that remain”.


  • The police in Yancheng in eastern China’s Jiangsu province have raided an online service for gambling — illegal in the country — which accepts cryptocurrencies as payment, the local police department said on Friday. According to a statement from the Yancheng police, the online gambling service is based on an app called “Biggame”, which accepts the EOS cryptocurrency from its customers. The police arrested 25 suspects and confiscated 1.3 million units of cryptocurrency valued over 26 million yuan (about $3.9 million), the statement said.


  • FEDS decided not to charge Jeffrey Epstein in 2016 after an FBI agent allegedly failed to answer concerns, new documents show. The late millionaire pedophile pleaded guilty to state prostitution charges in Florida in 2007, but escaped federal sex trafficking charges. Now, new details have emerged about the Feds’ decision not to pursue charges against Epstein in 2016 – at a time when some lawyers warned he might still be abusing girls. Feds did not launch an investigation in 2016 and Epstein remained free until articles in the Miami Herald alleged sex abuse.


  • Philippine authorities said on Saturday (Apr 17) they have seized about 200 tonnes of illegally harvested giant clam shells worth nearly US$25 million in one of the biggest known operations of its kind in the country. Conservationists have expressed alarm over the surging illicit trade in the endangered creatures, which are used as a substitute for ivory following a global crackdown in the trade of elephant tusks. The Philippines is home to most of the world’s giant tropical clam species, and Friday’s raid took place in the western province of Palawan, considered a poaching hotbed. The coastguard said four suspects were arrested on the remote Green Island in the Sulu Sea that turned up the largest ever giant clam shell haul by law enforcers in the area.



  • Myanmar’s junta released 23,184 prisoners from jails across the country on Saturday (Apr 17) under a New Year amnesty, a Prisons Department spokesman said, although few if any democracy activists arrested since a Feb 1 coup were thought to be among them. Saturday is the first day of the traditional New Year in Myanmar and the last day of a five-day holiday that is usually celebrated with visits to Buddhist temples and rowdy water throwing and partying in the streets.


  • Italy will ease coronavirus curbs in many areas from Apr 26, the government said on Friday (Apr 16), warning caution was still needed to avoid any reversals in the reopening of many long-shuttered activities. Restrictions on business and movement have been in place for most of this year.


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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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