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  • 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 it to the government. Protests in Georgia are literally about protecting Western meddling from scrutiny.

 

  • High Court judges Victoria Sharp and Jeremy Johnson ruled for Assange after his lawyers argued that the U.S. government provided “blatantly inadequate” assurances that he would have the same free speech protections as an American citizen if extradited from Britain. Assange, 52, has been indicted on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse over his website’s publication of a trove of classified U.S. documents almost 15 years ago. Hundreds of supporters cheered and applauded outside court as news of the ruling reached them from inside the Royal Courts of Justice. Assange’s wife, Stella, said the U.S. had tried to put “lipstick on a pig — but the judges did not buy it.” She said the U.S. should “read the situation” and drop the case.

 

  • Alabama has just banned the creation and sale of cultivated meat, Wired reported on Thursday. When the law goes into effect in October, anyone found guilty of manufacturing, selling, or distributing lab-grown meat could face up to three months in jail and a $500 fine. The southern state becomes the second in recent days to prohibit cultivated meat: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a similar bill into law in the Sunshine State earlier this month. Proponents of lab-grown meat are understandably upset about the new rules. “Legislation that bans cultivated meat is a reckless move that ignores food safety experts and science, stifles consumer choice, and hinders American innovation,” Sean Edgett, the chief legal officer of Upside Foods, said. (Upside Foods is one of just two companies approved to sell cultivated meat in the United States.)

 

  • Your boss can’t fire you because of the color of your skin. He can’t get rid of you because he doesn’t like your religion. Federal law protects you against employment discrimination based on your sex, race, pregnancy status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information or (if you are over 40) age. Should he be able to deprive you of your ability to pay your rent because you’re a Democrat? Or a Republican? Of course not—yet he can. It’s time to add another protected class to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: political expression. Every year, especially during election years, American employers fire, demote and/or retaliate against loyal workers because they disagree with their constitutionally-guaranteed right to hold a political opinion. While a company may well have a reasonable interest in keeping politics out of the workplace—the owner of a restaurant might not want a waiter to engage in a political debate with their customer, for example—many employees get let go despite never having expressed a political opinion on the job. In most states, they can’t sue. ~ Ted Rall

 

  • Geoffrey Hinton, a world-renowned artificial intelligence (AI) expert often referred to as the “Godfather of AI,” recently consulted with members of the United Kingdom’s government at Downing Street, where he advised lawmakers to consider adopting a universal basic income (UBI) to address the impending threat of job losses. Until recently, Hinton worked for Google, developing high-level AI features for neural networks. This underlying technology powers most modern generative AI systems, such as Google’s Gemini and OpenAI’s ChatGPT. According to Hinton, the AI revolution will mostly benefit the rich. Laypersons, blue-collar workers, and those employed in jobs that can be automated stand to lose their means of income and “that’s going to be bad for society,” he recently told the BBC in an interview. “I was consulted by people in Downing Street,” said Hinton, “and I advised them that universal basic income was a good idea.” ~ Tristan Greene

 

  • Former NIH Director Francis Collins admits there was “no science or evidence” to support the social distancing the government used to promote censorship. Four years ago, U.S. state, local and federal governments promoted “social distancing” policies that separated Americans six feet away from other people wherever they went. Now former National Institute of Health (NIH) director Francis Collins has admitted that no “science or evidence” has ever supported these tough global restrictions – more key evidence that the left’s war on so-called “disinformation” is so dangerous. A memo obtained by National Review from the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic details Collins’ closed-door testimony earlier this year. He reveals that Collins had seen no evidence on March 22, 2020 to support the widely respected federal policy when the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) instituted six-foot social distancing rules. ~ Brianna Lyman

 

  • Boeing whistleblower John Barnett, who raised concerns about the aerospace giant’s production safety standards, died by suicide, US media reported on Friday, citing documents released by the Charleston Police Department. Barnett was found dead in his car in the parking lot of a hotel in Charleston, South Carolina, on March 9, after he failed to show up for a second day of depositions in a lawsuit against the aircraft manufacturer. Neither Barnett’s legal team nor his family have so far responded to media requests for comment on the final probe results. Barnett’s family earlier told CBS News they would try to continue his case against Boeing, which is due to go to trial in September.

 

  • A research, conducted in early 2024 at China’s National Supercomputing Center, tested the resilience of 19 global economies to large-scale economic sanctions using mathematical modeling. Analysts assessed the direct gross domestic product (GDP) losses each country would suffer if faced with a complete trade blockade without the possibility of parallel imports. The study revealed that while all countries would see their economies contract under the proposed scenario, some would be hit worse than others. Russia would be among the three most resilient, with its economy shrinking by no more than 3.5%. China would see its GDP ebb by 3.1%, while the US would witness a 2.3% drop. Meanwhile, the German economy would be the worst hit if its trade ties were cut, contracting by 8.1%. Significant damage would also be suffered by South Korea (down by 7.9%), Mexico (7.2%), France (7%), Türkiye (6.6%), Italy (6%) and the UK (5.7%).

 

  • Death-feigning is a common defensive tactic across the animal kingdom. It often involves prey lying still while exposing vulnerable body parts, making it a high-risk but potentially high-reward maneuver. Many predators won’t touch apparently dead things, perhaps because of parasites, or maybe because the lack of movement doesn’t elicit their predatory response. The dice snake (Natrix tessellata) is particularly elaborate when staging its demise. When captured, it will thrash around and hiss before covering itself — and probably the predator — in feces and musk. For the grand finale, it opens its mouth agape, sticks out its tongue and fills its mouth with blood. Biologists Vukašin Bjelica and Ana Golubović of the University of Belgrade in Serbia wanted to know if these combined defensive efforts make the whole ploy happen faster. Just under half of the snakes smeared themselves in musk and feces, while around 10 percent bled from the mouth. Some fake deaths without musk, poop or blood lasted almost 40 seconds. The 11 snakes that combined all three defenses spent, on average, around two seconds less feigning death.

 

  • At least seven stars in the Milky Way show signs of potentially harboring a hypothetical, super-advanced form of alien technology known as a Dyson sphere, scientists claim. While the researchers can not be totally sure that these stars host intelligent civilizations, they will undoubtedly pique the interest of scientists searching for extraterrestrial life in the cosmos. Theoretical physicist Freeman Dyson first proposed Dyson spheres in 1960. The general idea is that technologically superior alien civilizations might build gigantic structures surrounding their home stars, or around black holes, in order to harness the objects’ gargantuan energy output and further advance their civilizations. The most extreme version of these megastructures would be an enormous sphere that encapsulates an entire star, and lesser versions could include ring stations and swarms of gigantic mirrors. While scientists argue over the likelihood of a civilization ever becoming advanced enough to construct such behemothic structures, researchers think that if Dysons spheres do exist, we should probably be able to spot them. This is because, if a Dyson sphere did surround an alien star, the heat from that star would cause the sphere to heat up and emit large amounts of infrared radiation.

 

  • Alien ‘Dyson sphere’ megastructures could surround at least 7 stars in our galaxy, new studies suggest. Researchers have identified at least seven stars in our galaxy that may be surrounded by super-advanced alien megastructures, known as Dyson spheres. In a new study, published May 6 in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, researchers used a computer program to look for IEEs among more than 5 million stars in our galaxy surveyed by a range of different observatories. All seven stars highlighted by the study are M-dwarf stars — a class of main sequence stars that are smaller and dimmer than the sun. They are all located within 1,000 light-years of Earth, researchers wrote in the study.

 

  • New “star signs” have been identified above Earth made of defunct satellites and old rocket parts to draw attention to the worsening space debris problem. Called Space Trash Signs, the project is a result of a collaboration between space sustainability company Privateer, German design agency Moby Digg, visual artist Frank Gräfe and communication agency Serviceplan Innovation. The space trash constellations can be explored on a dedicated website, in star-gazing apps and in a special program shown in planetariums worldwide. The goal of the project is to draw attention to the growing problem of space debris ahead of a meeting of the United Nations Committee of the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space in June, which will discuss measures needed to keep space around Earth in order, the authors said in a statement.

 

  • An innovative rocket system could revolutionize future deep space missions to Mars, reducing travel time to the Red Planet to just a few months. The goal of landing humans on Mars has presented a myriad of challenges, including the need to quickly transport large payloads to and from the distant planet, which, depending on the positions of Earth and Mars, would take almost two years for a round trip using current propulsion technology. The Pulsed Plasma Rocket (PPR), under development by Howe Industries, is a propulsion system designed to be far more efficient than current methods of deep space propulsion, enabling the trip between Earth and the Red Planet to be made in just two months. Specifically, the rocket will have a high specific impulse or Isp, a measure of how efficiently an engine generates thrust. This technology could therefore enable astronauts and cargo to travel to and from Mars more efficiently and rapidly than existing spacecraft, according to a statement from NASA.

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An underground water storage facility built in the 6th century, contains two enigmatic Medusa heads, one placed upside down and the other sideways, possibly to neutralize the power of her gaze as per mythology. Largely forgotten after the fall of Constantinople in 1453, it was rediscovered in 1545 by French traveler Petrus Gyllius, who learned of it from locals drawing water through holes in their basements. The origins of the Medusa heads are unknown but are generally thought to have come from Roman ruins, repurposed for the cistern’s construction. #drthehistories

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