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  • On Monday, the Taiwan-based publication China Times reported that Pelosi would land in Taiwan on the evening of August 2, citing diplomatic sources. However, the de facto Taiwanese foreign ministry has not yet confirmed the information. This comes after Pelosi refused to comment on the itinerary of her Asia tour, saying it was a “security issue.”

 

  • Elon Musk’s father has not thought twice before admitting to reporters that he doesn’t take pride in his son and prefers to drive a Bentley, a Rolls Royce and a Mercedes-Benz instead of a Tesla, among other things. The jaw-dropping revelations came after Errol Musk sat down with hosts of the “Kyle and Jackie O Show” on Australia’s KIIS FM radio station, during which the 76-year-old even took a swipe at Elon’s physical appearance. When asked whether he was proud of Elon, who is “a genius” and is “worth so much money and has created so many things,” the father of the Tesla and SpaceX owner simply said, “No, well, you know, I mean, we are a family that have been doing a lot of things for a long time. It’s not as though we suddenly started doing something.”

 

  • An aboriginal Australian Greens senator accused Queen Elizabeth II of “colonizing” her country while she was sworn in. Lidia Thorpe, the first aboriginal senator to be elected from the south-eastern state of Victoria, entered the senate chamber with her fist raised in a ‘black power’ salute to take her oath of office on Monday. “I sovereign, Lidia Thorpe, do solemnly and sincerely swear that I will be faithful and I bear true allegiance to the colonizing Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,” Thorpe said, deviating from the standard text and prompting disquiet from fellow senators.

 

  • Pro-Russian hacktivist collective Killnet announced the start of a hack-and-leak operation on Monday that targets US arms-making giant Lockheed Martin. “Starting today, defense industry corporation Lockheed Martin will be a target of my cyberattacks… I am against weapons! I am against merchants of death,” the group’s leader who goes under the alias KillMilk wrote on social media. The cyberactivist promised to “paralyze” manufacturing control systems of the maker of HIMARS rockets. The Killnet leader urged other hacktivist networks to join the struggle and leak personal details of Lockheed employees online.

 

  • BRICS is a bloc of powerful industrializing economies, established in 2009, which includes Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. The member states represent around 40 percent of the global population and around a quarter of the global GDP. Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune stated on Monday that his nation is interested in joining BRICS, noting that Algeria largely meets the conditions for joining the group. “The BRICS interest us” as an alternative to traditional power centers, Tebboune said during a TV interview. “They constitute an economic and political force.” Earlier this year, Iran and Argentina also announced they were seeking membership in the group. Moreover, BRICS International Forum President Purnima Anand noted that Turkey, Egypt and Saudi Arabia may “very soon” join the bloc. In mid-July, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that even if it expands, the BRICS format will not become an alternative to the G20 group.

 

  • Seven tonnes of water with radioactive elements leaked at the third reactor of the Mihama nuclear power plant in Japan’s Fukui prefecture, the Kyodo news agency reported on Monday, citing operator Kansai Electric Power Company. The leakage will not have any impact on the environment, according to the news agency. The NPP is located about 320 km west of Tokyo. The reactor is over 40 years old (it was commissioned in December 1976), but in June 2021, it was powered after a ten-year-long outage. Later that year, it was suspended by the operator over its inability to enhance counter-terrorism infrastructure, but reports suggest it will be relaunched once again in August 2022.

 

  • The fact that Taylor Swift’s personal jet generates approximately 1,180 times more CO2 than an average American per year has infuriated those concerned with climate change, which is presumably caused by man-made greenhouse emissions. “Taylor’s jet is loaned out regularly to other individuals. To attribute most or all of these trips to her is blatantly incorrect,” the representative told BuzzFeed News. However, netizens who had already been criticizing the musician online over the issue were not moved by the representative’s explanations, which they largely dismissed as a “dumb excuse.”

 

  • In a “get well” message posted on his Truth Social platform on Sunday, former US President Donald Trump implied President Joe Biden had dementia rather than a COVID-19 rebound infection. On the Twitter-like social networking platform, the former president made fun of his successor’s re-diagnosis. Trump’s quipped that Biden was “thinking about moving, part time, to one of those beautiful Wisconsin Nursing Homes” before reiterating his claims about the 2020 election fraud. “Joe Biden’s second bout of Covid, sometimes referred to as the China Virus, was sadly misdiagnosed by his doctors. He instead has Dementia, but is happily recovering well,” Trump wrote. “Joe is thinking of moving, part time, to one of those beautiful Wisconsin Nursing Homes, where almost 100% of the residents miraculously, and for the first time in history, had the strength and energy to vote — even if those votes were cast illegally,” Trump wrote.

 

  • The submarines that Australia will get under the Australia-United Kingdom-United States (AUKUS) pact will be nuclear-powered, not nuclear-armed, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Monday. “Some have asked about our new partnership with the United Kingdom and Australia known as AUKUS. Through this partnership, Australia will acquire submarines. I want to emphasize that these submarines will be nuclear-powered, not nuclear-armed,” Blinken said at the NPT Review Conference at the United Nations in New York. “Other countries have this kind of submarines. And these will adhere to the highest safety and Non Proliferation standards under the NPT. We’re working very closely with the IEA to make sure that that’s the case,” he added.

 

  • Teens in the city of Prayagraj in India’s Uttar Pradesh are making headlines for manufacturing crude bombs from easily available explosive materials for just INR 60 to 80 ($1.01), and hurling them at educational institutions and shops. As many as 35 students, including 27 minors, have recently been arrested in Prayagraj after learning how to make bombs by watching viral videos on social media and putting their newly-acquired skills to practice. The adult students have been sent to jail, according to the police. Shocked by the details that emerged during the interrogation of the students, Shailesh Kumar Pandey, Superintendent of Police in Prayagraj city, told Indian news agency IANS that the minors between 14 and 17 years of age have become experts in making a low-intensity crude bomb within minutes.

 

  • According to the grid operator, Finland’s roughly 2,800 food stores will need to come to arrangements with each other over who will close and who will stay open if power is rationed in a particular area. This kind of agreement is especially important in rural areas to ensure that all the outlets in one town or village don’t end up shutting at the same time, YLE noted. Finland only uses gas to generate around 3.6% of its electricity, with most power generated in the Nordic nation coming from hydro and nuclear, per figures from 2020. Finland voluntarily dropped the amount of Russian power it was importing in April, and was cut off entirely by its Russian supplier, RAO Nordic, which said it had stopped receiving payment from Finland.
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British explorer Alfred Isaac Middleton traveled the farthest reaches of the world during the late 19th century in search of zoological, botanical and archeological wonders. These recently unearthed photographs help to shed light on some of his amazing discoveries during several missions to uncharted regions of Southeast Asia, Africa and the Amazon rainforest. Unfortunately, all of his journals and scientific writings were lost in 1901 when Midleton and his team vanished during a expedition to uncover the fabled Lost City. ~ awakenedspecies

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