News Burst 2 December 2020
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News Burst 2 December 2020 – Featured News
- Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said Sunday he’ll wait a little longer before recognizing the U.S. election victory of Joe Biden. “I have my sources of information that there really was a lot of fraud there,” he said. “Nobody talks about that. If it was enough to define (victory) for one or the other, I don’t know.” He also expressed doubts about Brazil’s current electronic voting system, which he has suggested is vulnerable to fraud. He has urged the country to go back to a paper ballot system for the 2022 presidential election.
- Saudi Arabia announced on Monday evening that it has officially given approval for Israeli airlines to fly over the country’s airspace, dramatically shortening flying times to the east and finally allowing the airlines to offer direct flights to Dubai, Israeli media reported. Saudi Arabia’s announcement means that an Israir flight between Tel Aviv and Dubai planned for today, Tuesday, will depart Ben-Gurion Airport as originally planned.
- A few days after an outbreak of bird flu led to a culling of more than 10,000 birds in northern England – though authorities were quick to reassure the public that there was no risk to the food supply – South Korean authorities have discovered an outbreak of a “highly contagious” H5N8 bird flu on a duck farm in the southwestern part of the country. The outbreak, which occurred in the town of Girin-ri, roughly 300 kilometers from Seoul, killed 19,000 ducks. There are six other poultry farms within a radius of three kilometers (1.9 miles) from the farm where the infected ducks were found, and all are being inspected. Nearly 20k ducks died, and some 392k chickens and ducks at a total of six farms were killed, to prevent the spread of the disease, the ministry also said.
- The gigantic radio telescope at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico has come crashing down, ending decades of extraterrestrial discoveries. The telescope was previously damaged, and was due to close. The telescope’s 820-ton instrument platform broke free of its steel cables and crashed through the 1,000ft (305m) wide dish below on Monday night, the National Science Foundation (NSF) said in a tweet on Tuesday. Prior to its series of mishaps, funding for the telescope had been steadily reduced over the past decade, despite protest from the scientific community.
- US stock exchange Nasdaq has warned listed companies they must appoint at least two “diverse” directors to their board – a ‘self-identified’ female and an “underrepresented minority” or LGBTQ person – or possibly face delisting. Under the proposed new rules, not only will all listed US companies be required to “publicly disclose consistent, transparent diversity statistics regarding their board of directors,” but “most” companies would have to either appoint “diverse” board members or explain why they hadn’t done so in a letter.
- In a new paper published in the journal Nature Biotechnology, cyber researchers from Israel’s Ben-Gurion University of the Negev suggest that unscrupulous hackers and bioterrorists could hijack the largely automated systems used to produce synthetic DNA for lab experiments. By surreptitiously injecting malware into the systems’ code, these bad actors could replace a substring of DNA on a scientist’s computer – with potentially deadly consequences. Further, bioterrorists could theoretically buy dangerous DNA from companies that don’t closely screen the origins of orders, making the DNA provider an unwitting accomplice in a chemical or biological attack.
- Leaked photographs purportedly show Australian soldiers partying with an artificial limb that belonged to a Taliban militant. In one of the images, a senior Australian special forces soldier is seen drinking beer from the prosthetic leg. The trooper in the photograph is still serving in the Australian armed forces, the source said. The images reportedly document the rowdy atmosphere at an unauthorized bar, known as the Fat Lady’s Arms, located inside Australia’s special forces base in Tarin Kowt, the capital of Uruzgan province, Afghanistan.
- China’s Chang’e-5 spacecraft has successfully landed on the Moon in a mission to retrieve lunar rock samples, state media reported on Tuesday. The spacecraft, which launched on November 23, made the landing on the nearside of the Moon, according to China’s National Space Administration (CNSA). The Chang’e-5 lander reportedly initiated a powered descent at 9:58am Eastern Time, completing the manoeuvre near the Moon’s Mons Rumker volcanic area.
- A range of foods and beverages, including dark chocolate, green tea, and muscadine grapes could be a secret weapon in the fight against Covid-19. New research has revealed they contain compounds that can kill the virus. The researchers, from North Carolina State University, carried out lab studies and computer simulations to examine how the so-called main protease (Mpro) in the coronavirus reacted to the plant compounds. “Mpro in SARS-CoV-2 is required for the virus to replicate and assemble itself. If we can inhibit or deactivate this protease, the virus will die,” the study’s corresponding author, DeYu Xie, explained.
- The British government’s igniting a foolhardy battle with TV show ‘The Crown’. It’s a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign featuring her, Prince Philip, and the rest of the Buckingham Palace gang. There is the marriage of Charles and Diana. It’s well-known (proven by a leaked intimate phone call) that the relationship was rocky as he conducted a long-term affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, his current wife, who he originally dated before marrying Diana. The Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher, is there with the drama covering the Falklands War. Other incidents include the Queen’s cousin Lord Mountbatten being assassinated by the IRA, Diana dancing on stage at the Royal Opera House, and the Queen and Thatcher disagreeing over imposing sanctions on apartheid South Africa. Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden’s demand that Netflix include a “health warning” prior to every episode: “I fear a generation of viewers who did not live through these events may mistake fiction for fact.”
- The East Indonesia Mujahidin (MIT) terrorist group reportedly beheaded two members of the Salvation Army church and burned two others to death, and set fire to six houses, including one which used to be used for worship, in the Central Sulawesi regency of Sigi.
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News Burst 2 December 2020 – Solar Activity
The sunspot responsible for Saturday’s major solar flare has been revealed, and it’s not as impressive as we expected. Provisionally numbered AR2790, the sunspot’s +/- magnetic polarity shows that it is a member of strengthening Solar Cycle 25. How did it produce such an intense solar flare? Even small sunspots can explode if their magnetic fields criss-cross and reconnect. Clearly, AR2790 is more potent than it appears.
News Burst 2 December 2020 – Earthquakes
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Cetaceans like dolphins and whales will no longer be kept in Canadian aquariums after the government passed a bill that prohibits their captivity. The bill, S-203, was first proposed in 2015, and it was finally passed after three years of intense legislative battles. With the bill in effect, Canada has taken another step towards becoming more environmentally responsible.
The president of the Vatican Tribunal Giuseppe Pignatone read the sentence which establishes that Angelo Caloia and Gabriele Liuzzo were sentenced to 8 years and 11 months in prison for the crimes of money laundering and aggravated embezzlement.
The discovery of an ancient idol, believed to be that of the Hindu god of the Sun, in a remote village in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh has triggered a wave of excitement among local people. Many residents of the area view the ancient idol’s discovery as a miracle.
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