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  • It seems that our planet is not the only place in the Milky Way where volcanic eruptions take place. A group of Chinese scientists have discovered what they say are traces of volcanic activity on the Moon. In a study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research, scientists explained that they found evidence of at least four layers of volcanic lava flows that flooded the landing region of China’s Chang’e-5 lunar probe, which wrapped up its mission in 2020. This was followed by the Chinese researchers working hard to explore samples of lunar soil that the Chang’e mission brought back to Earth – research that finally saw them announcing the discovery related to volcanic eruptions on the surface of Earth’s satellite. The scientists also suggested that Chang’e 5’s landing region was rich in heat-producing elements, including uranium, thorium and potassium, which researchers think added to the long-standing volcanic activities on the Moon.


  • Scientists at the University of Cincinnati in the US have found an explanation for Burmese pythons’ insatiable strife to eat animals much larger than their own size, specifically how they are able to do it in the first place. Studying the species at the Everglades National Park, where they were accidentally introduced years ago, the biologists found that pythons can swallow grown deer and even alligators – the only predator capable of hunting Burmese pythons. However, as the scientists learned, Burmese pythons grew skin around their jaws that can stretch by 40%. Combined with disjointed upper and lower jaws, it enables them to swallow their prey full and then regurgitate it back after digestion. No other snake can expand its jaw by such a percentage. “The stretchy skin between left and right lower jaws is radically different in pythons. Just over 40% of their total gape area on average is from stretchy skin. Even after you correct for their large heads [to other snake species], their gape is enormous,” University of Cincinnati professor Bruce Jayne said.


  • The Terra stablecoin – a variant of crypto token that supposedly follows an exchange rate of a selected currency – rapidly lost all of its value in May 2022 alongside its sister token Luna, costing hundreds of billions of dollars to their investors. The founder of Terraform Labs and creator of the Terra stablecoin, Do Kwon, has stated that he is “not on the run” or anything of that kind even as authorities in South Korea and the US are seeking to have a tête-à-tête with him regarding the collapse of his crypto-product. Do Kwon claims to be cooperating with authorities as numerous investors, who had lost approximately $500 billion investing in his crypto tokens, accuse him of fraud. And yet, the Terra founder did not reveal his current location in his comments on Twitter. “For any agency that has shown an interest in communicating, we are in full cooperation and we don’t have anything to hide. We are in the process of defending ourselves in multiple jurisdictions […] and look forward to clarifying the truth over the next few months,” Do Kwon said. His last known location was Singapore, where Do Kwon gave his most recent interview following the collapse of Terra and its sister token Luna and where he reportedly has a work permit that is due to expire in December. However, the Singapore police force (SPF) said that Do Kwon was no longer in the country. The SPF said it will still assist the South Korean colleagues the best they can in searching for Do Kwon.


  • The son of US President Hunter Biden asked a criminal from Maryland to mail him drugs via FedEx back in 2018 – directly to his hotel suite, messages found on the drive of the laptop which allegedly belonged to Biden suggest. The man, with whom Biden purportedly chatted, was identified by Sun newspaper as Voshawn Sample – a 47-year-old who was arrested on charges of armed robbery and assault. Sample was featured in Maryland’s Most Wanted program in 2021 before his arrest and described as “armed, dangerous and unpredictable” for shooting an employee of a liquor store in order to steal $10,000.


  • Donations for an Iowa teenager poured in on Thursday, doubling the $150,000 amount a court ordered her to pay the family of a man whom she killed after he allegedly sexually assaulted her on multiple occasions. As of Thursday morning, a GoFundMe fundraiser for Pieper Lewis, 17, had raised more than $340,000, well past its $200,000 goal, less than two days after a judge sentenced the Des Moines teen in the killing of her accused rapist, whom she stabbed to death in 2020.


  • Norwegian finance ministry said on Sunday that the country is projected to run into fiscal deficit in 2023 due to soaring energy costs, inflows of Ukrainian refugees and inflation. “In 2023, state budget expenditures will increase significantly in key areas. Although the state will also receive higher income next year, spending will increase more. Overall, next year we will need state budget funding in the amount of several tens of billions of kroner,” the finance ministry said in a statement. The statement noted that national insurance, reception of Ukrainian refugees, ongoing construction projects and the electricity subsidy scheme for households are largely responsible for increased state budget spending in 2023.


  • In early September, the Taiwanese military announced that an unidentified civilian drone crashed into the sea after it was shot down; it had purportedly entered the island’s restricted airspace. Several videos have emerged on the Chinese social media platform Weibo showing what appears to be civilian-grade drones from mainland China trolling Taiwan’s military. The short clips, which have been circulating on the platform since late August, show military installations and personnel stationed in the Taiwan-controlled Kinmen islands. They are accompanied by soundtracks ranging from ballads to dance music and plenty of emojis. One clip showed four Taiwanese servicemen respond to the intruding drone by throwing stones at the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The clip zooms in so close that the soldiers’ faces are visible.


  • A Finnish tourist was lost twenty days ago in Venice, but then she was found in Padua. The woman, about 70 years old, had arrived in the lagoon about a month ago in the company of her husband, but after a few days of stay she was lost, leaving no trace of her. She had no money or a phone with her. The husband immediately turned to the carabinieri to report the disappearance of his wife, but after a few days he still returned to Finland to await news.


  • Some migrants who were flown to the wealthy island of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, said they were duped about their destination, and Democratic leaders called for a probe of the move by Florida’s Republican governor to send them there from Texas. The roughly 50 migrants were taken to a military base Friday to receive shelter and humanitarian support, officials said. The migrants, after two days of uncertainty on the small island and a large local effort to provide for them, cheered Friday morning when they were told they’d be taken to Joint Base Cape Cod.


  • A judge refused to let the Justice Department immediately resume reviewing classified records seized by the FBI from Donald Trump’s Florida estate in an ongoing criminal investigation, siding with the former president.


  • In April of 2019, Space Telescope Science Institute astronomer Marc Postman said that when he first first saw the Hubble image of the monster elliptical galaxy galaxy in the Abell 2261 galaxy cluster with a core bigger and brighter than any seen before, he knew immediately that something was odd, that its central core embraced a mystery never before seen. Spanning a little over one million light-years, the galaxy is about ten times the diameter of our own Milky Way galaxy. Since the mass of a central black hole usually tracks with the mass of the galaxy itself, reports the Chandra Space Observatory, astronomers expect the galaxy in the center of Abell 2261 to contain a supermassive black hole that rivals the heft of some of the largest known black holes in the Universe. “The core was very diffuse. The challenge was then to make sense of all the data, given what we knew from previous Hubble observations, and come up with a plausible explanation for the intriguing nature of this particular galaxy,” said Postman. The Abell 2261 cluster is part of a multi-wavelength survey, led by Postman, called the Cluster Lensing and Supernova Survey with Hubble (CLASH). The survey probes the distribution of dark matter in 25 massive galaxy clusters.
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This deep sea shape shifter lives at extreme depths and is rarely ever seen by humans. Known as the gulper eel or pelican eel it has a mouth much larger than its body the pouch like lower jaw resembles that of a pelican, hence the name.

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