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  • The disputed documentary by RSI Swiss Radio and Television on the risk of bradyseism at the Campi Flegrei has – no one knows why – disappeared from the internet. The documentary broadcast by the Swiss TV showed a devastating scenario in the event of an eruption. A threat, according to the television narration, extended to all of Europe.


  • A Houston mother has been arrested on charges she allegedly left her 8-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter home alone so that she could go on a cruise. “These children were left unattended for many days and put in harm’s way,” said Keegan Childers, the chief prosecutor of the 209th District Court. “For them to provide for themselves, feed themselves, take care of themselves, as well as, what if somebody breaks in? What if there’s a bad neighbor? Any number of horror, nightmare scenarios that could come up.” Deputies reported finding a web camera and cell phone that the children said their mother used to check in on them.


  • [Burned Brains] A group of six North Carolina fools were caught on camera tearing bear cubs out of a tree to take selfies, causing at least one of the cubs to be taken to a rehabilitation center. Six people in Buncombe County pulled the three bear cubs out of a tree near Berrington Village Apartments on Tuesday. Video obtained by WLOS shows the group carelessly grabbing the cubs out of the tree to pose for photos with them. Ashley Hobbs, a North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission special projects biologist, was called to the scene. ‘We did see the video in response to the bear being left alone,’ Hobbs told the local news outlet. ‘We do think that the bear probably had a pretty traumatic experience.’


  • Surviving victims and relatives of those who died as a result of receiving infected blood and blood products from the NHS in the 1970s and 80s will gather in a few weeks at the Methodist Central Hall in Westminster. After six years of taking evidence, Sir Brian Langstaff’s public inquiry will finally unveil its report there on 20 May. There is no doubt that what occurred was a tragedy and scandal, indeed one of the very worst in UK history. Thousands were killed, including children, after being infected with HIV and hepatitis. Many more lives were ruined. And there has been no shortage of apologies in recent years. As the then prime minister, David Cameron, told the House of Commons in 2015: “To each and every one of these people I would like to say sorry on behalf of the government for something that should not have happened.” But for all the apologies, there has been a distinct lack of candour about quite what the government is apologising for – and who should take the blame.


  • Through the use of social networks, they would have promoted investments in cryptocurrencies on online platforms without the required legal authorizations: the proposed investments, with the prospect of “enlisting” new investors and attracting ever greater capital, envisaged high returns on a weekly basis. It’s the discovery made by the financiers of the Provincial Command of Rome and the Special Unit for the protection of privacy and technological fraudcoordinated by the Velletri prosecutor’s office, who identified and seized over 776 million cryptocurrencies with a value of approximately 63 million eurosfor the crimes of criminal association aimed at the abusive exercise of financial activity. One of the suspects was arrested as a crime suspect at Fiumicino airport, shortly before he boarded a flight to Poland.


  • Meta debuted updated versions of its free Llama AI model, which has been among the most popular open-source models in the market but which has faced increasing competition from both other open-source contenders and companies offering paid closed access models. Called Llama 3, the new set of models represent Meta’s attempt to match some of the capabilities currently being offered by rivals such as OpenAI, Anthropic, and Google in their latest models, but which so far have only been available in closed, paid proprietary services. Meta said it wants the most capable Llama 3 models to be multimodal, meaning they can take in text, images, and even video and then generate outputs in all of those different formats.


  • China’s massive wave of urbanization may be threatened by land subsidence. Using a spaceborne synthetic aperture radar interferometry technique, we provided a systematic assessment of land subsidence in all of China’s major cities from 2015 to 2022. Of the examined urban lands, 45% are subsiding faster than 3 millimeters per year, and 16% are subsiding faster than 10 millimeters per year, affecting 29 and 7% of the urban population, respectively. The subsidence appears to be associated with a range of factors such as groundwater withdrawal and the weight of buildings. By 2120, 22 to 26% of China’s coastal lands will have a relative elevation lower than sea level, hosting 9 to 11% of the coastal population, because of the combined effect of city subsidence and sea-level rise. Our results underscore the necessity of enhancing protective measures to mitigate potential damages from subsidence.


  • [Hollywoodism] Being a cat owner can double the risk of developing schizophrenia, according to a new study. Researchers from the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research in Australia analyzed 17 studies from 11 different countries, including the U.S. and the U.K., over the past 44 years. In the analysis, published in the Schizophrenia Bulletin journal, scientists found that those who owned cats before age 25 were about twice as likely to develop schizophrenia. “Our findings support an association between cat exposure and an increased risk of broadly defined schizophrenia-related disorders,” lead author Dr. John McGrath wrote. “There is a need for more high-quality studies, based on large, representative samples to better understand cat ownership as a candidate risk-modifying factor for mental disorders,” McGrath wrote.


  • Scientists have revealed queens of the common eastern bumblebee, a species widespread in eastern North America, can withstand submersion for up to a week when hibernating. With bumblebee queens known to burrow into soil to hibernate, the researchers say the phenomenon could help them survive flooding in the wild. The team said its next priority was to explore whether the results hold for other species of bumblebee. “We know that about a third of all bumblebee species are in decline currently [but] it’s not the case with [the common eastern bumblebee],” said Dr Sabrina Rondeau of the University of Guelph in Canada, adding the team was keen to learn whether flood tolerance could play a role in their resilience.


  • Apple has removed WhatsApp and Threads from its Chinese App Store after the Chinese government ordered it to do so for “national security” reasons. Apple confirmed it had withdrawn the two apps – both owned by Meta, also the owner of Facebook – under instruction from the Cyberspace Administration of China, which regulates and censors China’s highly restricted internet and online content.


  • Posing as minors, two boys allegedly lured alleged pedophiles online, then went so far as to stun them, beat them and kidnap them, keeping them segregated for days in an abandoned farmhouse in the countryside of Treviso, Italy. The two boys aged 19 and 20 were sentenced by the Court of Treviso to just over 6 years each. They would have taken inspiration from a series of US TV documentaries.


  • Netflix documentary What Jennifer Did appears to have used AI-generated or manipulated images of the killer daughter. Jennifer Pan, then 24, paid two hitmen $10,000 to sneak into her family home in Toronto and murder her mother Bich Ha and father Huei Hann in November 2010. The documentary shows three photos of Pan in a red dress looking excited and having a good time at a party or celebration. But little more than a cursory glance reveals odd features in the images, many of which are classic signs of the use of AI. It’s unclear who was behind the image. Netflix is yet to address the claims. Nowhere in the documentary, even the fine print of the credits, is the use of AI disclosed.


  • Both natural and human-made events can shake the ground: Grinding tectonic plates send earthquakes through the crust, and weapons tests set off explosions. Telling the difference from afar is tricky but crucial, especially when it comes to enforcing international weapons agreements such as the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty. In a new paper published in Geophysical Journal International, researchers present a new mathematical method that’s able to correctly classify 99% of explosions and 98% of earthquakes in a test data set of seismic events from the western United States. It’s the latest tool in a growing arsenal. Scientists have developed several techniques to distinguish natural earthquakes from explosions, including studying different seismic waves and the directionality of the energy emanating from these seismic events. “We need a realistic way to say, ‘This is an earthquake, and this is not an earthquake; it’s an explosion.’”


  • More than a century after the sinking of the RMS Titanic, the identity of the iceberg that sank the massive vessel remains unconfirmed. Two photographs of separate icebergs that possibly sank the Titanic have long been scrutinized, but now, a newly discovered photo up for auction shows a third frozen piece, casting new doubts on the real culprit behind the legendary disaster. The 5-inch by 3-inch black-and-white photograph mounted on cardboard and mistakenly labeled “Titantic,” captures a potential suspect in the ship’s infamous sinking. Taken by John Snow Jr., a Nova Scotian undertaker, while en route to the North Atlantic wreckage site aboard the C.S. MacKay-Bennett on April 16, 1912—just two days after the Titanic’s fateful encounter with an iceberg—this image adds another piece to the historical puzzle. “Nobody can say for sure” that the iceberg seen in the newly uncovered photo was the one that sank the Titanic, auctioneer Andrew Aldridge told The Daily Mail. But the Mackay-Bennett was one of the first ships to arrive at the wreckage site after the rescue ship Carpathia, which lends considerable weight to the possibility—especially since “the undertaker on board decided to take a photo of this iceberg,” Aldridge said.


  • A man lit himself on fire outside courthouse where Trump trial underway, NYPD officials brief within hour. CNN team on the ground observed one of the flyers – it said “NYU is a mob front” and had various allegations of wrongdoings against the school,” reports CNN’s Jim Sciutto. A disturbing video has surfaced on X showing a man setting himself on fire outside the courthouse in Midtown Manhattan where former President Trump’s trial is taking place. The man walked into the park across the street from the courthouse, throwing flyers into the air, a senior law enforcement official told CNN. He then pulled something out of a backpack — it was not immediately clear what the item was — and lit himself on fire, the official said.


  • A hearing held earlier this week in New York by the Council’s immigration and hospital committees saw black migrants who have arrived in the city airing their grievances about public services they have been provided, including food and accommodation, with one woman even complaining that New Yorkers won’t learn Congolese languages. The hearing drew over a thousand immigrants, mostly from countries in Africa, and many illegally in the country, with some claiming that they had been promised money, green cards or work visas if they attended. The hearing was touted in a press release as aimed at African migrants in shelters to “understand how the [Adams] Administration is addressing language access barriers, cultural competency challenges, health needs, and other roadblocks.” At one point during the hearing, which lasted for over SIX HOURS, the conversation turned to language services offered by the state, with some migrants complaining that Spanish and English speakers are given priority, and African immigrants are unfairly excluded. It was then pointed out that many immigrants are illiterate and can only speak their native language and further suggested that New Yorkers “refuse to accommodate” by not learning those languages. There are 3,000 languages spoken across Africa, with many having hundreds of different dialects. ~ Steve Watson


  • NASA has confirmed its revolutionary Dragonfly rotorcraft mission to Saturn’s organic-rich moon Titan. The decision, announced April 16, allows the mission to progress to completion of final design, followed by the construction and testing of the spacecraft and its science instruments. “Dragonfly is a spectacular science mission with broad community interest, and we are excited to take the next steps on this mission,” said Nicky Fox, associate administrator, Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington. “Exploring Titan will push the boundaries of what we can do with rotorcraft outside of Earth.” “The Dragonfly mission is an incredible opportunity to explore an ocean world in a way that we have never done before,” said Dragonfly Principal Investigator Elizabeth “Zibi” Turtle of APL.
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Kona Blue Program

Declassified documents released by the Pentagon office charged with investigating UAPs, or unidentified anomalous phenomena, reveal the existence of a program to reverse engineer alien technology. But it never got off the ground because there was no such technology to be found. The All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, which is the department within the Pentagon tasked with investigating UAP reports, released the documents following a detailed report that indicated the government had found no evidence of alien life or alien technology despite whistleblower claims of a secret UFO retrieval program. What is Kona Blue? Kona Blue was a plan for the government to reverse engineer alien technology from a recovered UFO. It was a special access, or top secret, program created with the goal of acquiring, identifying and reverse engineering what it calls AAVs, or advanced aerospace vehicles. Those now fall under the category of what the military calls UAPs and most people refer to as “UFOs.”

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News Burst 24 May 2024 ​The Brazilian Amnesty Commission plans to discuss whether to apologize for human rights violations in the internment of Japanese immigrants and people of Japanese descent after World War II, it has been learned. The issue will be considered on...

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News Burst 23 May 2024 ​Nippon Ekitan Corp. is a Tokyo-based company that has been selling gas for fumigating cultural assets longer than any other business in Japan. It has sold the Ekihyumu S gas in question since the 1970s. The company recently decided to stop...

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News Burst 21 May 2024 Protests in Georgia are about a proposed foreign agent law, nicknamed the “Russian law.” Here’s the “Russian law”: Media and NGO’s who receive over 20% of their funding from foreign governments, usually shady Western operations, have to disclose...

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News Burst 18 May 2024 The Pentagon has raised fears a quaint Swiss Alps hotel bought by a Chinese family may have been a spying post for Beijing due to its proximity to an F-35 jet airstrip. Hotel Rossli, in picturesque Unterbach, was purchased by the Wang family for...

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