News Burst 19 June 2021
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- Radiation is considered one of the main issues facing space agencies in their bid to send a manned flight to Mars, according to Russian scientists from the Institute of Biomedical Problems. Researchers from Russia and the US have been debating whether it will be necessary to remove the spleen – the organ which primarily removes old or damaged red blood cells from the body – from astronauts before they embark on long-distance space flights, the head of the Institute of Biomedical Problems (IBP) Oleg Orlov told Sputnik.
- Imprisoned British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is to be reimbursed $13.70 from an accuser to cover her litigation expenses, a court ruled on Wednesday, according to Bloomberg. After the case was dropped, Maxwell’s lawyer activated a provision to reimburse a “prevailing party” for legal costs (other than attorney fees) when the case is voluntarily dismissed by the other side. According to Bloomberg, Maxwell asked to be compensated $5 for the money she spent on court docketing fees and $8.70 for “other costs.” The last provision apparently relates to fees she was charged for reading documents online in the federal court system at 10 cents a page, Bloomberg notes.
- A hacker tried to poison a water treatment plant serving parts of the San Francisco Bay Area earlier in the year, with a subsequent probe revealing the extent of security flaws, reported NBC News. Previously unreported details of the breach have become known thanks to a private February report by the Northern California Regional Intelligence Centre seen by the outlet. On 15 January, the hacker, armed with a former employee’s TeamViewer username and password, which enables users to remotely control computers, reportedly logged in and deleted programmes that the water plant used to treat drinking water. After the hack was discovered the following day, the facility changed its passwords and reinstalled the programmes. The report comes as a growing number of cyberattacks on US water infrastructure have been making headlines. Another hacker who accessed a TeamViewer account raised lye levels in the drinking water to poisonous levels in Oldsmar, Florida just weeks after the San Francisco Bay Area incident.
- HOW life began, is the source of countless theories. Now some think it could all have started with a shock. The planet’s first living organisms which emerged billions of years ago may have come into existence after life-forming molecules – those building blocks on which life depends, such as amino acids – were subjected to a shockwave, a method known as shock-processing, a team of scientists led by Surendra Singh at India’s Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) found. “Shock-processing of amino acids and nucleobases tends to form complex macroscale structures within about 2 milliseconds. This discovery suggests that the building blocks of life could have polymerised not just on Earth but on other planetary bodies through shock-processing life-forming molecules,” a release issued by the Indian Space Research Organisation read.
- Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy’s legal woes continue, as prosecutors have called for a six-month jail term over campaign finance violations during his 2012 reelection bid. At the end of proceedings in Paris on Thursday, prosecutors demanded a one-year jail term for the former head of state, with six months of it suspended, and a fine of 3,750 euros ($4,500), reported AFP. “Nicolas Sarkozy clearly regrets nothing because he came to just one hearing,” said prosecutor Vanessa Perree, adding: “This way of thinking of himself as being above the law, of not being a citizen among others, is the same as it was during the presidential campaign.”
- Norway and the EU are at loggerheads over how much cod each of them should be able to fish off the coast of the Svalbard archipelago. While Norway and the EU generally agree on how much cod EU boats can fish around Svalbard, this time Norway has reduced the EU’s quota, citing, among other things, the UK’s departure from the union. According to Oslo, the EU therefore no longer needs as large a quota as before. “The EU believes they should be entitled to more cod, but it is Norway that sets the quotas in Norwegian waters and in the Svalbard zone,” norwegian professor Trond Bjørndal assured.
- France no longer objects to the development of the North Sea Route, but to make the project more attractive to international partners, Russia should make sure it is environmentally friendly, Nikolai Korchunov, the ambassador-at-large of the Russian Foreign Ministry and a senior official of the Arctic Council, said on Thursday. Korchunov noted that in 2018, a US-based NGO, the Ocean Conservancy, launched a campaign against Arctic ship traffic, supported by six of the world’s ten-largest container shipping companies and some top global brands, including Nike, GAP and H&M. At the same time, Korchunov added, companies from South Korea, Japan, China and Norway refused to join the campaign.
- Russia’s second biosatellite, Bion-M2, with mice, reptiles, insects, plants and microorganisms on board is planned to be launched in 2024, Oleg Orlov, the chief of the Institute of Biomedical Problems at the Russian Academy of Sciences, told Sputnik on Friday.The first Bion-M biosatellite was launched into orbit in April of 2013. The flight lasted for one month, and part of the animals on board died as a result of technical failures. The second biosatellite’s mission is also set to last a month, with the satellite launched to an altitude of about 800 kilometres (500 miles) above the Earth. Russia initially intended to send this Noah’s Arc-like satellite into orbit in early 2022 but then postponed the launch until 2023.
- US-led war games in North Africa have provoked controversy after Morocco, one of the hosting countries, said some drills would be held in Western Sahara, a territory it claims to rule. The US has backed Morocco’s claims, but contradicted Rabat’s statement about the drills being held there. During the massive “African Lion” war games in Morocco, the US-led international force practiced attacking Russian-made S-400 Triumf air defense systems.
- Every year, scores of newborn girls are found abandoned by their parents in India outside temples or churches, on roadsides, inside garbage bins, or in public places. This is largely due to the sex selection practices that are still rampant in some areas of India. Wrapped in a red cloth, a newborn baby girl, merely 22 days old, was found abandoned in a wooden box floating in the Ganges River in Uttar Pradesh state’s Ghazipur district on Monday. Recalling the incident, boatman Golu Chaudhary told Sputnik that he heard the baby crying before seeing her floating on the water near the shore. “With the help of a few villagers, we pulled the box out. When we opened it, we were shocked to see a baby girl wrapped in a red cloth. The box also contained photographs of Hindu deities and a horoscope of the baby,” Chaudhary said.
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The Police Chief in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh has sought an explanation from his department a day after photographs of some Uttar Pradesh police personnel using a bamboo basket and a plastic stool as protective gear during a riot, went viral on social media.
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A craft with lights over the highway near San Diego.
Is that something a secret human space program would do? Does it make sense?
Where is the fake invasion? The evidence is running contrary to this narrative.
Meanwhile, Galactic Federation let themselves be seen every day. ~ Kabamur
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