News Burst 20 December 2020
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- Before his death, famed physicist Stephen Hawking left us with a warning the Earth is headed for a “catastrophic ending” in the near future as a result of rising inequality fueled by robots that grow increasingly smarter by the day. This monster is the child of governments and technology and its goal is to grow more powerful. By convincing us that technology and robots will add quality to our lives they are seducing a weak-minded population into submission. When we surrender control of our lives to those and the forces that gain from our compliance we would be wise to remember we are at their mercy. Because of technology many factors have changed over the years, this means if and when people attempt to take back control over their lives it will be almost impossible. ~ Bruce Wilds
- Jean-Luc Brunel, a longtime French modeling agent who knew the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, has been taken into custody by French authorities on Wednesday. Brunel, 74, was detained as part of a probe opened last year into allegations of rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment, the Paris prosecutor’s office said. Brunel co-founded the Karin Models agency in the 1990s, and founded MC2 Model Management in the United States with Epstein. In August 2019, Paris’ chief prosecutor opened a preliminary inquiry into whether Epstein committed sex crimes on French territory or against French girls. Brunel had sued Epstein in 2015, claiming that the financier’s earlier legal troubles had unfairly embroiled him and damaged his modeling agency’s reputation.
- A memorial was unveiled in Bavispe, Sonora, Thursday to the nine members of the LeBaron family who were attacked and killed by cartel gunmen, on November 4 last year. The victims, part of a large clan of American Mormons with dual Mexican citizenship, lived in the small community of La Mora, Sonora.
- Japanese scientists have peeked inside the asteroid-sample capsule that carries pieces of the space rock Bennu. The capsule was delivered to Earth via the Hayabusa2 spacecraft, which dropped off the interplanetary parcel on Dec. 5. Scientists with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) retrieved the pieces from its landing site in Australia.
- A recent space mission from China brought the first new moon samples to Earth in 44 years. The Chang’e 5 mission successfully landed a capsule loaded with lunar dirt and gravel in Mongolia on Wednesday (Dec. 16). Chang’e 5 collected the material from the moon’s large Oceanus Procellarum (“Ocean of Storms”) region, where it landed on Dec. 1.
- Since the end of September, record-breaking cold has lingered over the 3.287 million km² nation of India. Ludhiana’s mercury is plunging deeper with each passing day, with Wednesday’s maximum failing to reach double-digits. According to data compiled by the Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), the maximum temperature in the city rose no higher than 9.6C (49F) on Wednesday — a reading 10C below the seasonal average and one that comfortably breaks the previous minimum December 16 high of 10.8C (51.4F) set back in 1973. The record cold comes amid an ongoing battle between India’s farmers and the government in a dispute over the three farm acts which were passed by the Parliament of India in September 2020. The acts have been described as “anti-farmer laws” by many opposition unions, and farmer unions and politicians from the opposition also say it would leave farmers at the “mercy of corporates”.
- Italy has ordered a nationwide lockdown over much of the Christmas and New Year period in an effort to combat a rise in coronavirus cases. The country will be under “red-zone” restrictions over the public holidays, with non-essential shops, restaurants and bars closed, and Italians only allowed to travel for work, health and emergency reasons. Limited home visits will be “allowed” [almost impossible].
- The Sydney to Hobart yacht race has been cancelled for the first time in its history. “We are bitterly disappointed to cancel the race this year especially considering the plans and preparations we had put in place to have a COVID Safe race,” Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA) commodore Noel Cornish said, announcing the cancellation on Saturday night, less than six days out from the scheduled Boxing Day start. This is the first time in 76 years that the race will not be conducted.”
- Yasa, one of the strongest cyclones recorded in the Pacific, made landfall on the northern island of Vanua Leva on Thursday evening, killing at least four people and destroying scores of homes. It brought torrential rain and gusts up to 345km/h to the archipelago, which was already ravaged by Tropical Cyclone Harold in April.
- Togo’s government quickly assembled a system to support its poorest people with mobile cash payments. The most recent payments, funded by nonprofit GiveDirectly, were targeted with help from machine learning algorithms, which seek signs of poverty in satellite photos, and cellphone data. The new aid system is called Novissi, meaning “solidarity” in the local Ewe language. “We were thinking we’ve got to support these people because if they don’t die of Covid, they’ll die of starvation,” Cina Lawson, Togo’s minister of digital economy says. The algorithms, based on analyzing satellite images, look for indicators of wealth and poverty such as different roofing materials and road surfaces.
- The New York Times has been stripped of one award and handed back another after the newspaper admitted it could not verify key claims in its 2018 podcast Caliphate. Caliphate had won a prestigious Peabody Award, but within hours administrators said the Times would return the award. The Overseas Press Club of America also said it was rescinding its honour for the series. Dean Baquet, the paper’s executive editor, said: “This failing wasn’t about any one reporter. I think this was an institutional failing.
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- The U.S. Department of State has launched the Mekong Dam Monitor in collaboration with the Stimson Center and Eyes on Earth. The new Mekong Dam Monitor is a significant step toward improving understanding of the water conditions in the Mekong River Basin. Countries cannot effectively manage what they cannot measure, and for too long the people of the Mekong have lacked a transparent accounting of the basin’s water resources. The Mekong Dam Monitor uses open-source remote sensing, satellite imagery, and Geographic Information System (GIS) analysis to provide real time reporting of climate conditions, estimated river flows, and reservoir operation conditions in the Mekong. This publicly available tool will significantly expand the water data available in the region, putting information into the hands of the people who need it the most so they can make informed decisions impacting livelihoods and regional security.
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Moon’s South Pole
China to build research station prototype at moon’s South Pole. “We plan to build a prototype for a scientific research station by 2030”, says the chief designer of China’s lunar exploration program Sun Jiadong. The South Pole-Aitken Basin on the lunar far side is one of the largest and oldest impact features in the solar system.
News Burst 20 December 2020 – Bonus Video
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Great Conjunction Of Jupiter And Saturn
Great Conjunction Of Jupiter And Saturn
The two great gas giants of our Solar System are dancing together, and drawing closer every night, Jupiter and Saturn are having their finest conjunction since the Middle Ages
News Burst 20 December 2020 – Earthquakes
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A total of 50 beluga whales remain stuck in the Chukchi Penkigngei Bay, Russia. It is assumed that they have been in “ice captivity” since January due to an exceptionally thick and fast ice build-up, but specialists only spotted the animals in April.
As director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) at the NIH, Dr. Fauci tried to dissociate the NIH, its director, Dr. Francis Collins, and himself from having any connection to coronavirus gain-of-function research.
The South Korean government has started looking into an allegation that Google restricted applications downloaded from other app stores from accessing Android Auto, the company’s mobile operating software for in-car use. “The commission would see if Google has unfairly limited end users’ access to third-party apps downloaded via other app store platforms,” an official from the Korea Communications Commission said. The official added that the commission could expand the investigation, depending on the findings of its probe.
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