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  • ​2022 – Backed by Silicon Valley billionaires to the tune of $3bn (£2.2bn), Altos Labs has signed up a dream team of scientists, and numerous Nobel laureates among them. They will start work in the spring at two labs in the US and one in the UK, with substantial input from researchers in Japan. Their aim is to rejuvenate human cells, not with an eye on immortality – as some reports have claimed – but to stave off the diseases of old age that inexorably drive us to the grave. In 2016, a Silicon Valley startup called Unity Biotechnology raised $116m from investors including Thiel and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to create therapies that flush out senescent cells. Billionaires want to live forever.


  • A big data study of 99 million people across eight countries showed greater than expected incidence of side effects from various Covid-19 vaccines, the Global Vaccine Data Network (GVDN) said on Monday. The study, originally published in the medical journal Vaccine on February 12, looked at 13 neurological, blood, and heart-related conditions, called “adverse events of special interest.” Researchers looked at 99,068,901 vaccinated individuals from ten sites in eight countries. According to the GVDN, the study observed a greater incidence of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the heart sac) than expected among those who took the Pfizer/BioNTech (BNT162b2) and Moderna (mRNA-1273) shots. Moderna’s vaccine also had a higher rate of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM, inflammation and swelling in the brain and spinal cord), with seven observed events compared to two expected within 42 days of the first shot.


  • Zimbabwe will not tolerate attempts by foreign agents to entice and recruit students into homosexual activities through educational scholarships, the government of the southern African nation has warned. In a statement late Thursday, Zimbabwean Vice President Constantino Chiwenga said any funding for LGBTQ people in the country’s schools would be illegal and a criminal offense. The government’s declaration reportedly came in response to an online advertisement by Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ), an association of LGBTQ people in the country, inviting applications for its ‘Munhu Munhu’ scholarship program. Chiwenga said the government “sees such scholarship offers” that attempt to mislead “Zimbabwe’s less privileged but able students” into homosexuality as a “direct challenge to its authority.”


  • Russia has recorded cases of Ukrainian troops using US chemical munitions during the special military operation, Lt. Gen. Igor Kirillov, the head of the radiation, chemical and biological defense troops of the Russian armed forces, said on Monday. “During the special military operation, cases of US chemical weapons used by the armed forces of Ukraine were recorded,” Kirillov told a briefing. The Ukraine military used US-made chemical grenades dropped from UAVs several times against the Russian armed forces in 2023, and this January, Ukrainian units used an unknown toxic chemical against the Russian troops, which led to burns, nausea and vomiting. “Ukraine, with the complicity of Western countries, does not limit itself to the use of non-lethal chemicals, but actively using chemicals from the list. I would like to draw attention to the statement by representatives of the Ukrainian armed forces about the availability of such compounds at their disposal, including analogues of the combat toxic substance Tabun, which is included in List 1 of the Convention [on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on their Destruction],” Kirillov said.


  • The pastor of St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York has been left outraged after the attendees of a funeral service for a transgender activist celebrated her as the “mother of all whores.” The service took place on Thursday, ten days after the Argentinian-born Cecilia Gentili 52, passed away in her Brooklyn home, and was attended by 1400 mourners, according to the organizers. In a statement released on Saturday, the New York Archdiocese said that the church was not made aware of Gentili’s background and condemned what it called ”scandalous behavior” at the funeral. “The Cathedral only knew that family and friends were requesting a funeral Mass for a Catholic, and had no idea our welcome and prayer would be degraded in such a sacrilegious and deceptive way.” The church added in a follow-up statement that they didn’t have an issue with Gentili’s identity, but strongly objected to “the behavior of some” that made comments like “the mother of all whores” or changed the words of the ‘Ave Maria’ to ‘Ave Cecilia.’


  • China’s Ministry of State Security posted a rare bilingual article on the WeChat platform Sunday criticizing the US Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) recent focus on China. The strongly-worded missive accused the CIA of hypocrisy, noting that the United States has invested significant amounts of resources to gather intelligence in China while simultaneously criticizing China’s counterespionage efforts. “In recent years, the US, on the one hand, started intelligence wars, sparing no efforts to step up its espionage against China and, on the other hand, ‘brought suit against its victims,’ scandalously smearing China’s justifiable defense and trying to misrepresent the Counterespionage Law of [China] as an ‘evil law.’” The article refers to a revamped Chinese anti-spying law passed by the country’s National People’s Congress last year, which prompted criticism from US officials. China has claimed the legislation is necessary to protect the country from espionage as it becomes a major world power.


  • Ukraine will not be able to operate multiple types of Western warplanes due to immense logistical issues and will need to focus on US-made F-16 fighter jets, a spokesman for the Air Force has admitted. Speaking on national TV on Monday, Yury Ignat was asked whether Kiev could potentially start flying French fighters after signing a bilateral security pact with Paris last week. The deal, however, says nothing about possible aircraft deliveries — and the spokesman proceeded to pour cold water on any such expectations. “All I can say here is that we will not be able to put a lot of different types of aircraft into service. We will not be able to maintain them, service them, and train pilots,” Ignat said, adding that this would be a “complicated process.”


  • A passenger’s lawsuit against Canada’s leading commercial airline has highlighted apprehensions surrounding corporate management of AI chat systems as the general trend toward service automation is gradually adopted by 21st-century businesses. A court has ordered Air Canada to reimburse a passenger for a portion of his airfare due to misleading information by the website’s chatbot that caused him to purchase a full-price ticket. The ruling issued on Wednesday represents a watershed moment in defining the role of artificial intelligence in the business world. The Air Canada chatbot informed Moffatt that the airline did indeed offer discounted fares, with a 90-day window following the flight during which he could claim the discount. The airline’s bereavement policy, however, did not allow for refunds after the flight, requiring approval for discounts to be obtained in advance.


  • British-made kamikaze drone captured in Donbass. Russian forces have intercepted a British-made kamikaze jet drone in the southern part of Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), the head of the Russian region, Denis Pushilin, has said. In a statement on Monday, Pushilin said that the UK-made Banshee Jet-80 had been neutralized by Federal Security Service (FSB) operatives, military police, and the National Guard over the Novoazovsk district. The official noted that after a “controlled landing,” Russian bomb experts had disarmed the kamikaze UAV, removing 7kg of explosives that were swiftly destroyed at the scene. Produced by UK-based company QinetiQ, the Banshee Jet-80 is a twin-engine drone that can fly up to 720 km/h and has a range of more than 100km.


  • German media has marched lockstep with its US counterparts amid Western countries’ ‘investigations’ into the September 2022 attack on Russia’s Nord Stream pipeline network, claiming the piece of infrastructure was targeted by amateur Ukrainian saboteurs, and not the United States. Germany’s Federal Prosecutor General is reportedly investigating whether employees of the Stralsund Mining Authority deliberately disclosed state secrets relating to the operating areas of NATO submarines near the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline network. A Bild report published Sunday indicated that the prosecutor’s office had informed the German Defense Ministry in December that a probe was under way “in connection with a possible publication of military information” in 2018, during the planning stages of Nord Stream 2’s construction. The MoD is said to have sent a confidential report to the Chancellery about the investigation last month.


  • It’s hard to tell if she’s blaming him or crediting him, but European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told a meeting of the Paris-based Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on February 13th that “[Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s attempt to blackmail our union has utterly failed. On the contrary, he really pushed the green transition.” Evoking Putin to manipulate EU citizens into acceptance of a profitable system of greenwashed authoritarianism. Putin’s been a busy guy here in Europe lately. Just the other week, he was apparently pushing Europe’s farmers and their tractors onto highways. Why does Queen Ursula always have to sound so shady?


  • A domestically manufactured Indian spy satellite is being shipped to Florida to be launched from an Elon Musk-owned SpaceX facility this April, the Economic Times reported on Monday. The satellite, built by the defense arm of Tata Group – Tata Advanced Systems Limited (TASL) – will be operated from Bengaluru in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, enabling the country to maintain secrecy of operations. The control center will direct the satellite’s path to monitor infrastructure and acquire military targets. Despite having sub-meter resolution satellites, the South Asian nation has previously relied on intelligence data from foreign nations such as the US, the report noted.


  • Prominent Russian journalist Dmitry Kiselyov has said that he has sent a request to the White House for an interview with US President Joe Biden. He argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin had already set a “worthy example” by addressing the US audience in an interview with American journalist Tucker Carlson. Kiselyov, who is the head of Russia’s Rossiya Segodnya media group and also hosts the Vesti Nedeli analytical news program, revealed that he had approached the White House on Sunday while speaking on national TV. In a letter dated February 15 and addressed to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, the journalist said that Russians would appreciate the opportunity to hear Biden’s take on “how to stabilize the international situation, restore trust, and renew cooperation between the United States and Russia” amid the crisis in ties between the two powers. Kiselyov went on to deplore that the US and Russia “are now short of opportunities to listen and to hear each other,” adding, however, that Putin “has set a worthy example by agreeing to an interview focused on an American audience.”


  • NATO soldiers under the guise of mercenaries are involved in combat operations in Ukraine, Colonel-General Sergei Rudskoy, head of the Russian General Staff’s Main Operational Directorate, said in an interview with Russian media. “NATO servicemen are involved in combat operations under the guise of mercenaries. They operate air defense complexes of operational-tactical missiles and multiple rocket launchers, and are part of assault troops,” Rudskoy said. According to him, NATO officers “directly” prepare military operations of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.


  • Researchers from the Southwest Research Institute (SWRI) surveyed four separate asteroids permeated with silicon. Out of those four asteroids, two were found to possess water molecules. But for the other two, the tests were inconclusive. In spite of the mixed results, SWRI are now exploring the possibilities of other asteroids and objects holding water. Dr. Anicia Arredondo, the lead author of the study, said: “Asteroids are leftovers from the planetary formation process, so their compositions vary depending on where they formed in the solar nebula. Of particular interest is the distribution of water on asteroids, because that can shed light on how water was delivered to Earth.” How Was Water Found On Asteroids? Using data extrapolated from the now-retired NASA Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) instrument, SWRI scientists surveyed four silicate-rich separate asteroids. SWRI said their scientists also used “the FORCAST instrument to isolate the mid-infrared spectral signatures”.
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The 2000 year old skull of a Peruvian warrior was found to have been fused together with metal in one of the world’s oldest examples of advanced surgery, according to a museum. ‘We don’t know the metal. Traditionally, silver and gold was used for this type of procedure,’ a spokesperson for the Skeletons: Museum of Osteology.

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Welcome to 2024! There are plenty of events stargazers can add to their calendars.

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News Burst 26 May 2024 ​Apple released iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 last week, which included fixes for several security vulnerabilities. But these updates also seemed to introduce a serious bug. Some users found that photos that they deleted years ago—some of a sensitive...

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News Burst 25 May 2024 On June 3, there will be a planetary alignment that may actually allow you to witness six planets align in the sky. This is a rare astronomical phenomenon. It is the best opportunity to see Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune all...

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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 22 May 2024 ​'You'll own nothing in retirement and be happy'... Wit the organization he founded 50 years ago bringing in nearly $500 million in revenue in the year ending March 2023 (and sitting on a neat pile of 200 million Swiss francs cash), Klaus Schwab...

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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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