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  • Polar Night Energy and Vatajankoski, an energy utility based in Western Finland, have together constructed a sand-based thermal energy storage. It is the world’s first commercial solution to store electricity in the sand as heat to be used in a district heating network. The heat storage, which has a hundred tons of sand inside, is producing low emission district heating to the city of Kankaanpää in Western Finland. The actual heat storage is about 4 meters wide and 7 meters high steel container that has an automated heat storage system and a hundred tons of sand inside. As a material, sand is durable and inexpensive and can store a lot of heat in a small volume at a temperature of about 500–600 degrees Celsius.


  • Britain was on course for its hottest day on record with temperatures forecast to hit 40C for the first time, forcing train companies to cancel services, schools to close early and ministers to urge the public to stay at home. Much of Europe is baking in a heatwave, with wildfires raging across tinder-dry countryside in Portugal, Spain and France.


  • President Volodymyr Zelenskiy sidelined his childhood friend as head of Ukraine’s security service, and another close ally as top prosecutor, in the biggest internal purge of the war, citing their failure to root out Russian spies. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has fired Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova and the head of the country’s top security agency, Ivan Bakanov, citing allegedly rampant “treason” in both services. In Sunday’s dramatic announcement, he claimed that a large numbers of staffers at Kiev’s successor to the KGB, the SBU —which Bakanov headed since 2019 — were working with Russia. Bakanov, who assumed the spy-chief post shortly after Zelensky’s presidential victory in 2019, was removed under Article 47 of the Disciplinary Statute of the Ukrainian military. The article refers specifically to a serious failure in official duties “which caused loss of life or other grave consequences or create a threat of such consequences.” While Bakanov’s successor has not been named yet, Venediktova, who had served as prosecutor general since March 2020, has been replaced by Oleksiy Symonenko.


  • Yesterday, Cory Goode, a spokesman for the Positive Alliance of Secret Space Programs, said that our solar system has never been as crowded as it is now, and there are an armada of spaceships in it. Also, according to him, hundreds of leaders of the Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate (a secret space program that operates bases on the Moon and Mars) were detained: “It turned out that they were not actually human. They are aliens who have incarnated in human bodies in order to have access to our world. Now they have been detained and they will be participants in the space court here, pretty soon.He also said that the judgment will take place with the help of natural impulses that pass through the cosmic web and which are the thoughts of one Creator:“These are giant neurons that trigger and create matter and this reality. ~ @VictoriaGrishe1


  • In July 22 is scheduled Russian 10-day maintenance of the crucial Nord Stream pipeline to Germany is slated to end, Gazprom recently said it can no longer guarantee its “good functioning” due to crucial turbines being previously held up in Canada related to sanctions. Germany cannot use the new alternative pipeline to ship natural gas from Russia, Nord Stream 2, the country’s government reiterated on Monday. “Nord Stream 2 is not certified, it does not have a legal permit [for operation]. This issue is not relevant,” Beate Baron, the representative of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, said at a briefing in Berlin.


  • For the small South American country of Guyana, there’s no time like the present when it comes to reaping the rewards of its offshore oil jackpot. With sky-high oil prices, a transition to renewable energy on the horizon and 750,000 citizens desperate for better lives, Guyana is putting its foot on the gas to exploit its vast oil reserves.


  • The Swiss foreign ministry has refused to take in Ukrainians wounded in hostilities at home for fear of breaking neutrality, Swiss media reported on Monday. Swiss cantons provisionally agreed to bring in wounded Ukrainian troops and civilians for treatment after the Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Center made the request in May, the Tages-Anzeiger newspaper reported. The Federal Department of Foreign Affairs said in June, however, after three weeks of deliberations, that it had to turn down the request on “legal and practical grounds” because Geneva and The Hague conventions require that belligerents tendered in neutral territory do not take part again in military operations. The Swiss ministry argued that it would have had to intern wounded Ukrainian soldiers and civilians alike because civilians in Ukraine have been taking up arms against Russian troops and it was difficult to tell belligerents and non-combatants apart. Switzerland will help wounded Ukrainians by sending humanitarian aid to civilian hospitals in Ukraine, the newspaper said.


  • The German government is moving forward with plans to close its last three nuclear plants this December despite Europe being gripped by the worst energy crisis in 50 years. Robert Habeck, Germany’s Vice Chancellor and Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, said there is no point in operating them because Germany lacks natural gas, not electricity. “Nuclear power doesn’t help us there at all,” Habeck said on Tuesday.


  • The promotion of LGBT relations could be permanently banned in Russia under a bill introduced to the State Duma on Monday, which likens such messaging to war propaganda and incitement of hatred. Currently, LGBT ‘propaganda’ in Russia is only banned when directed at children, but some politicians have been calling for harsher restrictions and punishments for the “denial of family values” and “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations.” In an explanatory note attached to the bill, the authors argue that LGBT ‘propaganda’ has become widespread in Russia and is being promoted through the media, public events, streaming services and through the depiction of such relationships in films. The authors of the bill – who do not include members of the ruling United Russia party – claim the denial of family as a social value, promotion of so-called “childfree” lifestyles, and the approval and recognition of non-traditional sexual relations, is dangerous not only for children and young people, but for society as a whole, since it “puts the issues of demography and future economic growth at risk.” The bill seeks to supplement current legislation by introducing administrative and criminal responsibility for spreading LGBT messaging across any demographic in the Russian Federation and to deny distribution rights to films that promote such relations.


  • Iran is technically capable of producing a nuclear bomb but no political decision on such an option has been made, Kamal Kharrazi, a senior adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, has said. “In a few days we were able to enrich uranium up to 60% and we can easily produce 90% enriched uranium,” Kharrazi told Al Jazeera on Sunday.


  • Female candidates sitting the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) medical entrance examination in India’s southern state of Kerala were asked to remove their bras before taking the exam, several Indian media outlets, including NDTV, reported. The shocking incident came to light after the father of one of the girls complained to the police. According to reports, female security personnel posted at a examination center in the Kollam district told women aspirants to remove their bras because the metal hooks were making metal detectors beep during the security check. The students eventually removed their bras as they were informed that if they didn’t comply, they would not be allowed to sit the exam. “Is your future or innerwear big for you? Just remove it and don’t waste our time,” the security staff reportedly said, according to a complaint launched by one father.


  • Researchers from University of California, Riverside, have discovered the way ancient organisms learned to survive on early Earth: they used a protein that helped them garner energy from sunshine when there was no oxygen. Times like this were common on Earth before the Great Oxidation some 2.5 billion years ago. Scientists looked into proteins named rhodopsins that helped early inhabitants of our planet to capture solar energy and feed on it long before the complex process of photosynthesis became available. There might be a lot more to early Earth lifehacks than the use of rhodopsins, according to the scientific team, and the connection between life and environment can be a perfect key to finding out more about extraterrestrial life. “Life as we know it is as much an expression of the conditions on our planet as it is of life itself. We resurrected ancient DNA sequences of one molecule, and it allowed us to link to the biology and environment of the past,” study lead Betul Kacar, an astrobiologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, said.
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