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  • The Pentagon has raised fears a quaint Swiss Alps hotel bought by a Chinese family may have been a spying post for Beijing due to its proximity to an F-35 jet airstrip. Hotel Rossli, in picturesque Unterbach, was purchased by the Wang family for almost $1 million in 2018, the Wall Street Journal reports. Situated in a quintessentially-lush Swiss valley, on one side the hotel looks out onto stunning waterfalls where Sherlock Holmes, in one of the novels, plummets to an untimely death. But it is the view from the back that caught the attention of American intelligence agencies. About 100 yards from the rear of the rustic, wood-paneled inn, cuts the runway where the Swiss military had agreed to base several F-35s, the world’s most advanced jet fighter. The airstrip, only partly fenced, is so accessible to passersby that farmers sometimes lead cows across it, bells clanging from their necks. Mounting suspicions ultimately led to the arrest of Wang Jin, his wife Lin Jing and their son Wang Dawei, 27. All have denied spying. American security officials began to get concerned about the Wangs’ motivations in 2023. They feared the hotel could be used as the perfect watch post in the escalating tensions between the US and Chinese president Xi Jinping’s intelligence agencies. National Security Agency documents leaked by Edward Snowden revealed that Beijing has been intent on learning the F-35s secrets since details of the weapons program became known. By 2020, much of the hotel’s staff had been replaced with Chinese workers after the original staff became fed up with the establishment’s decline. ‘The United States has frequently hyped up ‘Chinese espionage activities’ in order to discredit and suppress China,’ a spokesman for the Beijing Embassy in Washington said.

 

  • More than 100 people gathered silently on yoga mats over the weekend to do absolutely nothing, in a Seoul event that is part physical challenge, part art piece, and part respite from South Korea’s hyper-competitive society. The annual Space-out competition finds who’s best at zoning out for 90 minutes without falling asleep, checking their phone or talking. Participants’ heart rates are monitored, while onlookers vote for their 10 favorite contestants. Whoever has the most stable heart rate among the 10 takes home the trophy. More than 4,000 people applied to participate in the competition, hosted by the city government. The 117 contestants selected ranged from a child in second grade to people in their 60s.

 

  • A rare deep-sea squid was recently captured on video at a depth of more than a kilometer underwater in the Pacific Ocean. Scientists from The University of Western Australia and Kelpie Geosciences in the U.K. captured the footage when they were deploying free-fall baited cameras north of an area known as the Samoan Passage, located in the North Pacific. After the camera was retrieved, researchers discovered that a deep-sea hooked squid called Taningia danae – an animal rarely seen in its natural habitat – was captured on video.

 

  • Cardinal Victor Manuel Fernandez’s 1998 book about mystical-sensual experiences with God describes orgasms in graphic detail. It’s exposing rifts within the Catholic Church. The Vatican’s newly-appointed doctrine chief has found himself at the crossroads of a culture war within the Catholic Church – between Catholics who embrace the Church’s increasingly modern trajectory, and others who reject it. Already criticised by entire bishops conferences over his approval of blessings for same-sex couples, Cardinal Victor Manuel Fernandez is again under fire over a book he wrote as a young priest that describes orgasms in graphic terms. Fernandez’ Spanish-language book, titled “La pasión mística: espiritualidad y sensualidad” (“The Mystical Passion: Spirituality and Sensuality”) is a short exposé about mystical-sensual experiences with God. Published in Mexico in 1998, the book is now out of print. But traditionalist Catholic blogs in Italy and Argentina dug up the text recently, causing furor among conservative and traditionalist Catholics who already had a bone to pick with the Cardinal over his role in making the church more LGBTQ-friendly.

 

  • Several major restaurant chains have rolled out price increases in 2024 or have announced increased menu prices are coming this year. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports prices for food at a restaurant were 4.2% higher in March 2024 than one year ago. A popular go-to meal for many people who are trying to stick to a monthly budget is a juicy hamburger from McDonald’s. But apparently, they can’t have it anymore.So, what does the all-American hamburger really tell us about the country’s finances? McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski told CNN that the franchise had seen a decrease in customers who made $45,000 a year in the last quarter of 2023. He admitted that this is because McDonald’s has raised its prices by 10% that year. “A lot of people are drowning,” Smith said. “Housing and rent and college debt and daycare and now McDonald’s!”

 

  • More than half of Zimbabwe’s population will require food aid this year due to a severe drought that has caused widespread crop failure, the southern African nation’s government has announced. Between May 2024 and March 2025, 6 million people in rural areas and 1.7 million in urban regions, totaling 51% of the country’s population, will need assistance, the cabinet said on Tuesday, citing a report by the Zimbabwe Livelihoods Assessment Committee (ZIMLAC). “Going forward, Zimbabwe’s food security thrust will center on the reduction of reliance on rain-fed food production by strengthening initiatives such as climate-proofed agriculture, with a focus on conservation agriculture and expanding the area under irrigation,” the cabinet stated in a message published on the website of the country’s Information Ministry. The country declared a national state of disaster last month, with President Emmerson Mnangagwa announcing that his government needs $2 billion in aid to feed millions facing hunger.

 

  • The Vatican on Friday cracked down on apparitions saying only the pope can say what is supernatural or not after a self-styled ‘seer’ defied a ban on hosting gatherings on a hill near Rome where she leads faithful in prayers to an alleged apparition of Mary. The Dicastery of the Doctrine of the Faith issued a document, countersigned by Pope Francis, in which it narrows and almost annuls the scope of the ‘supernatural’ nature of such alleged phenomena.

 

  • The “One Chip Challenge,” which gained popularity on social media, contains a single chip inside a box labeled “Carolina Reaper” and “Naga Viper Pepper.” On the back of the package a warning label says “Keep out of reach of children.” “Paqui’s One Chip Challenge was intended for adults only, with clear and prominent labeling highlighting that the product was not for children or anyone sensitive to spicy foods or with underlying health conditions. Capsaicin is what makes chili peppers spicy and the level of capsaicin in a given product is measured in Scoville heat units. The tortilla chips in the “One Chip Challenge” are made with two of the hottest, with the Scoville heat unit ranging between 1.4 million and 2.2 million. Jalapeno peppers, by comparison, are only 2,500 to 8,000 Scoville.

 

  • [Read Critically] Scientists believe they may have finally solved the mystery of how 31 pyramids, including the world-famous Giza complex, were built in Egypt. A research team from the University of North Carolina Wilmington has discovered that the pyramids are likely to have been built along a long-lost, ancient branch of the River Nile – now hidden under desert and farmland. For many years, archaeologists have thought that ancient Egyptians must have used a nearby waterway to transport materials needed to build the pyramids on the river. The team found that the river branch – named the Ahramat branch, with “ahramat” meaning pyramids in Arabic – was roughly 64km (39 miles) long and between 200-700m (656-2,296 ft) wide. And it bordered 31 pyramids, which were built between 4,700 and 3,700 years ago.

 

  • Alyoshin, who once went by the name Yulia, is the former head of the minor Civic Initiative party in the Altay Republic, Siberia. In 2023, he attempted to run for governor but dropped out after failing to collect enough signatures from municipal MPs in support of his candidacy. Alyoshin quit politics and largely stayed out of the public eye. His short campaign was covered by Western media, including the Washington Post and NBC News. On Wednesday, Alyoshin updated his profile on Telegram, replacing a picture of himself with long blonde hair and in woman’s clothes with a selfie of himself with short hair and wearing pants and a hoodie. “I realized that I am a man during the Great Lent. My mother told me that I was baptized when I was seven months old,” Alyoshin wrote, adding that he had been in a state of “mental turmoil.”

 

  • A massive Mars impact crater dominates a new view from the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO). The result of an ancient asteroid impact, the crater is located in Mars’ Utopia Planitia. That’s the largest known impact basin in the entire solar system, with a diameter of roughly 2,050 miles (3,300 kilometers), or twice the size of Earth’s Sahara Desert from north to south. Interesting ice-related features on and below the surface of the crater lend insight on the Red Planet’s watery past, according to a statement from the European Space Agency (ESA). “This remnant of an ancient impact is just one of the many scars asteroids have inflicted upon the Red Planet,” ESA officials said in the statement. “Water, volcanoes and impacts from asteroids shaped the martian surface in the ancient past. Mars is currently a cold, dry desert.”

 

  • When Juno spacecraft performed its closest approach to Jupiter’s moon Europa in September 2022, it captured evidence not only for pockets of briny water connected to the world’s deep subsurface ocean, but also for potential scars formed by towering plumes of water vapor — and it caught that evidence on camera. The majority of imagery from the Juno mission is taken by an instrument called JunoCam, which scientists revealed was able to take four high-resolution images of Europa’s surface as it raced past the icy moon at an altitude of just 355 kilometers (220 miles). The spacecraft also employed its Stellar Reference Unit (SRU), which is normally used for imaging faint stars, to help Juno navigate. On this occasion, however, the SRU’s low-light capabilities were adapted to take one image of the night-side of Europa. This is the side that shines only with light reflected off the cloud-tops of Jupiter — we call it “Jupiter-shine.” The SRU found an unusual feature that has been nicknamed “the Platypus” because of its shape. Formally speaking, it is what’s known as chaos terrain — a jumble of ice blocks, ridges, hummocks and ruddy-brown stains. Chaos terrain has been imaged on the surface of Europa since the days of the Voyager missions, and planetary scientists suspect that such regions may be areas where briny liquid seeps to the surface, partially melting the icy crust.
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