News Burst 19 March 2023
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- Former President Donald Trump claims in a social media post that he will be arrested next week. On his platform Truth Social on Saturday morning, Trump cited “illegal leaks” that he will be arrested Tuesday and he called for protests. Trump, who is running for president in 2024, also defended himself, saying that he has not committed a crime — though he did not disclose what he expects to be charged with — and he accused the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office of being “corrupt & highly political.” Elon Musk wasn’t the only person saying if Trump is arrested it will only boost his popularity but several users on Twitter echoed the same opinion.
- “BlackRock is not participating in any plans to acquire all or any part of Credit Suisse, and has no interest in doing so,” according to a spokesman for the U.S. investment giant. The Financial Times reported the US firm is considering various options and working with other investors on a potential deal. That came after the Swiss firm entered talks on a possible combination with UBS Group AG. The newspaper cited people briefed on the matter it didn’t identify.
- In the past week, DoubleLine CEO and founder Jeffrey Gundlach has had a lot to say as the US banking system collapse and bailout enjoins Europe’s banking crisis leaving central banks’ inflation-fighting plans in question. The market has dovishly adjusted to the banking crisis overhang… (pricing in a peak in rate in May with just one 25bps hike and then cuts for the rest of the year) …and the new ‘bond king’ suggests that Powell hikes continue to keep up its inflation-fighting efforts, due to credibility concerns. Ironically adding that, The Fed is doing this with one hand at the same time as enabling inflationary policy with the BTFP on the other: “I think that the inflationary policy is back in play with the Federal Reserve … putting money into the system through this lending program.” Gundlach said.
- Germany’s Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach, who once claimed that COVID-19 vaccination is free of side effects, admitted last week that he was wrong, saying adverse reactions occur at a rate of one in 10,000 doses and can cause “severe disabilities.” On Aug. 14, 2021, Lauterbach said on Twitter that the vaccines had “no side effects,” further questioning why some Germans refused to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Lauterbach’s remark on vaccine adverse events came after the German network ZDF played a segment of several Germans who’ve been seriously injured after getting the shot, including a 17-year-old gymnast who previously competed in the German Artistic Gymnastics Championships before she was hospitalized for more than one year shortly after receiving the second dose of the BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. “What’s happened to these people is absolutely dismaying, and every single case is one too many,” Lauterbach responded. “I honestly feel very sorry for these people. There are severe disabilities, and some of them will be permanent.”
- Scientists have proposed that the chemical trichloroethylene (TCE) may be linked to Parkinson’s disease. TCE has been commonly used in dry cleaning, degreasing, and even the decaffeination of coffee. New research suggests the chemical’s ability to enter the brain and damage cell mitochondria may be the cause. Given the ubiquity of the chemical in the environment, the authors say its impact may be “enormous.” People with Parkinson’s experience symptoms such as tremors, slowness of movement, limb stiffness, and balance problems. ~ Journal of Parkinson’s Disease
- An international team of researchers, coordinated by the University of Auckland in New Zealand, may have found evidence of the oldest extraterrestrial impact ever discovered on our planet. These are small stone spheres found within core samples collected in 2019 from some sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Pilbara region of Western Australia, in an area known as the Dresser Formation, whose structure and composition support the hypotheses were formed following the collision of a meteorite. In other words, the analysis of these spherules, presented by researcher and first author of the study, Michaela Dobson, at the Luna and Planetary Science Conference 2023, is consistent with the melting of the space bolide following a high-speed impact, whose debris flew into the air as tiny splashes, before falling back to the ground and solidifying into rock droplets.
- On the 19th of March 2011, the NATO bloc began a violent 8-month long military onslaught of Libya, a sovereign African-Union founding member state, which had enjoyed four decades of stability, prosperity and one of the highest Human Development Index (HDI) scores in all of Africa. NATO’s justification for the aggressive and bloody attack was the now-infamous “protection of civilians” doctrine, formalized under UN Security Council Decree No. 1973. The French Air Force, however, had already initiated a major raid on immobile Libyan Army units. They had already pulled out of the city of Benghazi, a protest hotbed, in a show of goodwill and peaceful intent. More than 400 resting Libyan officers, soldiers, medical and media personnel were massacred without the chance to fight back against an unjustified and undeclared foreign air attack.
- Published by journalist Matt Taibbi on Friday, the documents show that from February 2021 onwards, senior Twitter management – including former trust and safety chief Yoel Roth – signed up to a Stanford University initiative that would alert them to the latest “vaccine-related disinformation narratives” spreading on the platform. ‘The Virality Project’ was led by a former CIA employee and comprised academics from several universities, as well as researchers from organizations funded by the Pentagon, the National Science Foundation, and the US State Department. It claimed on its website that it “built strong ties” with the Office of the Surgeon General, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Department of Homeland Security, among other agencies and departments.
- War criminal Madeleine Albright on the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children from U.S. sanctions: “We think the price is worth it.” “Almost 10 years of extraordinary isolation imposed by the UN and enforced by America and Britain have killed more people than the two atomic bombs dropped on Japan.” Paying the Price: Killing the Children of Iraq is a powerful indictment of the largely unreported effects of United Nations sanctions following the 1991 Gulf War – most strikingly, the 500,000 children among more than one million Iraqis who died in almost 10 years of sanctions, figures verified by UNICEF (the United Nations Children’s Fund) and other UN agencies.
- Praising the controversial medical intervention that are banned in several states, Levine also said that gender-affirming care for minors has the ‘highest support’ of the Biden administration. The Mail Online reports: Levine was invited to speak at the event about the Florida Parental Rights in Education law and the political implications of gender reassignment surgery taking place at children’s hospitals. ‘I can say that you, the children that you serve, the young people that you serve, their families, and you all have support at the highest levels of the federal government. ” Dr. Stanley Goldfarb of Do No Harm organization, a national association of medical professionals that combats ‘woke’ activism in the healthcare system, told Fox News that there is ‘no good evidence’ to back these claims. ‘Levine’s appearance at Connecticut Children’s Hospital praising ‘gender-affirming care’ for minors and claiming it will be fully embraced is wrong and must be countered,’ Goldfarb said.
- Ukrainian IT company Starlink won a lawsuit in which Elon Musk’s SpaceX required the firm to rebrand itself, Ukrainian media reported on Saturday, citing court documents. According to the Ukrainian online news outlet, the Kiev Economic Court rejected SpaceX’s claim for early termination of registration of its Ukrainian namesake in early March. In November, Ukrainian media reported that SpaceX, which operates Starlink, filed a lawsuit against Starlink LLC and intellectual property agency Ukrpatent citing trademark infringement.
- German investigators found hair on clothes left in a yacht allegedly linked to attacks on the Nord Stream pipelines last September and sent these materials for DNA analysis, media reported. The sources gave no details on whether the items on the yacht belonged to the unknown pro-Ukrainian individuals German media said were allegedly involved in the attack. On Monday, reports disclosed details regarding the yacht allegedly “linked” to the sabotage on the Nord Stream pipelines. A Bavaria Cruiser 50 sailing yacht called Andromeda was rented by unknown people, with the e-mail used for the rent hinting at connections with Ukraine, according to the report. Earlier in the month, another German media source reported that investigators had identified the vessel involved in the Nord Stream sabotage, with traces leading to a company owned by Ukrainians. The operation at sea was carried out by a team of six, believed to be five men and one woman, by the report.
- A plan to build the world’s first octopus farm has raised deep concerns among scientists over the welfare of the famously intelligent creatures. The farm in Spain’s Canary Islands would raise about a million octopuses annually for food, according to confidential documents seen by the BBC. They have never been intensively farmed and some scientists call the proposed icy water slaughtering method “cruel.” The Spanish multinational behind the plans denies the octopuses will suffer. The confidential planning proposal documents from the company, Nueva Pescanova, were given to the BBC by the campaign organisation Eurogroup for Animals. Nueva Pescanova sent the proposal to the Canary Islands’ General Directorate of Fishing, which has not responded to a BBC request for comment. The prospect of intensively farming octopus has already led to opposition: Lawmakers in the US state of Washington have proposed banning the practice before it even starts.
- China’s Mars rover may be stuck, but scientists using data from the mission are still hopeful that the vehicle can reactivate and explore once more. Zhurong, which is part of China’s Tianwen 1 Mars mission, landed in Utopia Planitia in May 2021. The rover entered a dormant mode in May 2022, effectively allowing it to hibernate during winter in the planet’s northern hemisphere. It was supposed to autonomously resume activities in December last year, around the time of Mars’ northern spring equinox, when temperatures and lighting conditions were more favorable for the solar-powered vehicle. That has not happened.
- The moon meets up with Saturn on Sunday (March 19) with the two celestial bodies sharing the same right ascension, an arrangement called a conjunction. The thin sliver of the moon, which will be in its waning crescent phase, will pass south of Saturn by 3°35′ according to In the Sky. Both the moon and the gas giant, which is the second-largest planet in the solar system will be in the constellation of Aquarius during the conjunction. The best time to view the conjunction will be around 6:30 a.m. local time, and skywatchers will need an unobstructed horizon and a clear sky to make out the pair in the morning twilight. Just be careful to turn your optics away from the horizon before the sun rises!
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One of the three Roman Pools of Gafsa, in Tunisia, two of which are open. Built in the 2nd century BCE, they are about five meters deep and are fed by hot water springs.
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The Iditarod’s 1st place title is built on the immense suffering of dogs. Here’s this year’s winner (LOSER), Ryan Redington forcing his remaining exhausted dogs to keep running and pulling him.
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