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  • A Ukrainian cargo plane loaded with 11.5 tons of Serbian-made munitions crashed in Kavala in northern Greece en route to Bangladesh on Sunday, Serbian authorities have confirmed. The Antonov An-12 plane, operated by Ukrainian airline Meridian, had reported engine trouble and requested an emergency landing not long before witnesses say it exploded in a corn field outside the city at around midnight local time.


  • Bill Gates wants to donate all his assets and become “poor.” Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Bill Gates has pledged to give away all his wealth and eventually “drop off” the world’s richest people list. This comes after Gates, who has a net-worth of around $113 billion and is the world’s fourth richest person (as per Bloomberg Billionaires Index) recently announced that he would make a $20bn donation to his philanthropic fund, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.


  • One of the most recent and controversial psychological experiments is the Facebook emotion experiment, which was conducted by a team of researchers from Cornell University in 2014. This study aimed to observe how social media can affect our emotions. To do this, they manipulated the news feeds of over 700,000 Facebook users, showing some users positive content and others negative content. They then monitored how these users responded emotionally. The study results showed that those who were exposed to positive content were more likely to post positive content themselves, and vice versa for those who were exposed to negative content. This study was controversial because it showed that social media could really impact our emotions. It also raised ethical concerns about the manipulation of people’s news feeds.


  • Since the Food and Drug Administration authorized the first vaccines for COVID-19 in late 2020, the government and much of the media have insisted that the medicines developed in record time are safe and effective. Those who raised questions about them have been routinely dismissed as conspiracy theorists. And yet an online database co-administered by the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control has compiled more than 1.3 million reports of vaccine-implicated “adverse events” running the gamut from mild to severe, including 29,000 deaths. These reports are not anecdotes from “anti-vaxxers” on the dark web. They come from the federal government’s open-source log, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. It allows anyone to go online and report a bad reaction that could be linked to any vaccine, including those for COVID-19. ~ Clayton Fox – RealClearInvestigations


  • Bloomberg Law reports a new lawsuit filed in California claims that Skittles contain a dangerous toxin called “titanium dioxide,” rendering the candy “unfit for human consumption.” On Thursday, plaintiff Jenile Thames filed a lawsuit in the Northern District of California against Skittles-maker Mars Inc., alleging consumers who “taste the rainbow” of sugar “are at heightened risk of a host of health effects for which they were unaware stemming from genotoxicity – the ability of a chemical substance to change DNA.” Thames said Skittles sold in the US still contain titanium dioxide and Mars is “failing to inform consumers of the implications of consuming the toxin.”


  • The psychology of alien contact largely revolves around the concept of “otherness.” We need to learn to be comfortable around strange things. Humans do not respond well to “otherness.” We are frightened and divide ourselves into “us” versus “them.” We need to overcome this tendency if we are to have a successful encounter with alien beings. One possible solution, should we make contact with an intelligent alien species, would be to use “neutral” robots to facilitate interaction.


  • Former McDonald’s restaurants, reopened in Russia under a new name last month, have removed fries from the menu following a poor potato harvest and supply-chain issues. Oleg Paroev, CEO of the company now called ‘Vkusno i Tochka’ or ‘Just Tasty’, said major French fries producers were unwilling to supply the sanctions-hit nation. “What has happened now is that – due to well-known events – many foreign companies, I would even say all major producers of fries, have refused to deliver this product to Russia,” he said on Thursday in an interview with Russian business channel RBC TV. Paroev added that factories in both “friendly” and “unfriendly” nations are owned by five or six major fries producers registered in unfriendly nations, which have therefore refused to supply to Russia.


  • Controversial Fox News host Tucker Carlson has triggered renewed media speculation that he will run for US president in 2024 by making some potentially telling comments on his latest visit to Iowa, a key early battleground state for candidates in the American election system. “He’s definitely flirting with it, 100%,” Yahoo! quoted Jon Schweppe, policy director for the American Principles Project, as saying.


  • When the U.S. government released a much-anticipated report on UFOs a year ago, many were perplexed that it couldn’t explain 143 of the 144 sightings it examined. (In the single closed case, the report concluded the mystery object was a large, deflating balloon.) “Where are the aliens?” cracked one headline. The truth was still out there. So was any sense of who had conducted the analysis, because the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which released the study, provided no details about who had investigated the cases. Last week, however, a former Department of Defense (DOD) astrophysicist and reality TV personality named Travis Taylor asserted that he was the ‘chief scientist’ for the congressionally mandated study.


  • Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman allegedly called out Washington’s long track of “mistakes” made in Iraq and Afghanistan as President Joe Biden confronted him over the gruesome murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. That’s according to Reuters, quoting a statement made by a senior Saudi official to Reuters on Saturday. While Saudi Arabia admitted its “mistakes” made in the Khashoggi affair, it has “taken all measures to prevent similar mistakes in the future,” the crown prince, commonly referred-to by the acronym MBS, was quoted as having told Biden. MBS also apparently tried to downplay the significance of the murder of the journalist, who was slain and subsequently dismembered at the Saudi consulate in Turkey in 2018, pointing a finger at the US’ own questionable record of human rights abuses. He also brought up the recent killing of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, slain during an Israeli raid in the West bank.


  • A Chinese astronomy satellite has discovered the strongest magnetic field yet found in the universe, according to a team of researchers. They said the field – with a strength of 1.6 billion tesla – was detected on the surface of a neutron star more than 22,000 light years from Earth, called Swift J0243.6+6124. It was discovered by the Chinese space telescope Insight-HXMT, which is based on a satellite. Tesla is the unit of field intensity for magnetic fields. The average field on the surface of the Earth is about 0.00005 tesla – meaning the magnetic field on the neutron star is some 32 trillion times as strong as that of the Earth.


  • The Japanese government has called on Mitsubishi and Mitsui to keep their shares in the Sakhalin-2 Liquefied Natural Gas project after its transfer to a Russian operator, The Nikkei reported on Saturday. “The companies have shares [in Sakhalin-2], so we agreed that they should hold them tight,” Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Koichi Hagiuda told reporters after meeting with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, as cited by the news outlet.


  • US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband bought up to $5 million in computer chip stock one month before a Congress vote which may grant the industry a huge government boost, new financial congressional disclosures have revealed. House Speaker Pelosi’s disclosure indicated that her husband Paul Pelosi purchased 20,000 shares in NVIDIA, one of the world’s largest semiconductor companies, on June 17. According to online trading sources, NVIDIA stocks were valued at $158.80 on that day, suggesting that Paul spent around $3,176,000 for the stocks.


  • The Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, James Gorman, believes that the probability of a recession in Europe is a lot higher than 50%. “For the United States I estimate the risk as 50-50. In my opinion, the risk is a lot higher for Europe. Not 100%, but definitely a lot higher than 50%,” Gorman told the French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche. However, Gorman does not consider the recession to be a serious problem. In his opinion, the world will not collapse due to the decline in economic activity and perhaps the international community will be able to overcome this problem quickly. Even though the world was going through a health crisis and functioned in a rather difficult political context, the measures that the governments took to support the economy allowed for strong global growth in 2021, the CEO added. “There are no doubts that we will live in turbulent times,” Gorman stated.


  • Rowdy the cat saw her opportunity to escape her kennel and took it. About 20 days ago the frisky feline pounced from her kennel when the door fell off as airport staff were unloading the cargo section of the plane. Rowdy saw a bird and ran off to chase it. A major mission for her capture ensued. Rowdy’s owners decided to move back to the United States to be closer to family after living in Germany for 16 years. Patty Sahli, one of Rowdy’s owners, said she arrived at Boston Logan International Airport to pick up her husband—who was bringing Rowdy with him to the family’s new home in the United States—he told her the unfortunate news of Rowdy’s escape. Following Rowdy’s getaway, a widespread community effort to capture her ensued. Finally, on Wednesday, Rowdy decided she was tired of being on the lam and allowed herself to be captured. Staff at the Animal Rescue League sent videos of Rowdy to Sahli after she was found.
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The Magadelene Laundries, set up across the world, were to house ‘undesirable’ women and children who were unable to live with their families. Unwed mothers, flirtatious women and others deemed unfit for society were forced to labor under the strict supervision of nuns for months or years, sometimes even for life. When the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity decided to sell some land they owned in Dublin, Ireland, to pay their debts in 1992, the nuns followed the proper procedures. They petitioned officials for permission to move the bodies of women buried in the cemetery at their Donnybrook laundry, which between 1837 and 1992 served as a workhouse and home for “fallen women.” The term ‘fallen women’ was used to to imply female sexual promiscuity, and most of the young females were forced into hard labour. But the cemetery at Donnybrook was no ordinary resting place: It was a mass grave.

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The building blocks of life have been found floating near the centre of the Milky Way in a discovery that raises the chance that life could have evolved on other planets in the galaxy. Organic molecules, known as nitriles, are abundant in interstellar clouds, scientists have discovered, supporting the theory that similar life-sparking particles hitchhiked a ride to Earth. The theory is known as the “RNA World” theory, which proposes that the ingredients for life arrived on meteorites and comets during a period of heavy bombardment roughly four billion years ago. According to the scenario, life on Earth was originally based on the messenger molecule RNA (Ribonucleic acid), with DNA evolving later.

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