News Burst 21 September 2022
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- Lisa Raynes, a resident of the UK city of Stockport, has told the Manchester Evening News how she now feels about hosting two Ukrainian refugees who earlier fled their country following the start of the ongoing Russian special military operation. She told the media that her family at first thought that “it would be a short-term stay” regarding the Ukrainian couple, and that problems persist, especially now that UK energy bills are on the rise. Raynes noted that she wants the two “to set up a new life” and “to be set up on their own”, adding that neither the refugees nor her family can “relax properly”.
- The Kherson region will soon hold a referendum on joining the Russian Federation, head of the Kherson administration Vladimir Saldo declared on Tuesday. The decision was announced after the Kherson Civic Council appealed to the head of the region, calling for the holding of a referendum as soon as possible. “We consider that now – more than ever – it is time to take a crucial decision to immediately hold a referendum on making the Kherson region a part of the Russian Federation. We are sure that the initiative will be fully supported by the residents of the Kherson region, and joining Russia will not only be a triumph of historical justice, but will also secure the territory of the region, open new opportunities on the way to the revival and restoration of the power of our land and the return to a full-fledged peaceful life”, said Vladimir Ovcharenko, the head of the council.
- A Texas county sheriff is opening a criminal investigation into flights that carried dozens of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, from Texas last week, an act that Florida’s Republican governor took credit for and which the White House dubbed a political stunt.
- People suing Johnson & Johnson over the company’s talc products urged an appeals court to revive their claims, saying the profitable company should not be allowed to use a bankrupt subsidiary to block lawsuits alleging the products cause cancer.
- In 2020, a high-level Brereton inquiry report found the unlawful killing of civilians by elite Australian commandos in Afghanistan during their operation between 2006 and 2015. The report revealed that senior officials instructed young commandos to execute detainees, which they described as “blooding” of young troops. The 2nd Commando Regiment, a special forces unit of the Australian Army, has been captured in several videos showing them discussing killing unarmed civilians in cold blood in Afghanistan during their nine years of operations. The elite forces can be heard discussing a “quota of 10” for each one to kill during the “War on Terror,” which was announced by the US following the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001. The video obtained by ABC shows an entire unit happily discussing their “kill quota” ahead of an operation. “We’ve got a quota of 10. The quota is 10,” one soldier tells the cameraman, while the second soldier replies, saying he will meet the “quota.”
- 93 stolen Nepali artifacts, including 27 from the U.S., have been returned to Nepal from foreign museums, collectors, and universities. Cultural heritage enthusiasts gathered with Ambassador Berry and U.S. Embassy officials to celebrate the continued efforts and successes in bringing stolen Nepali artifacts home.
- The Japanese government has approved an allocation of 3.49 trillion yen ($24.3 billion) from the reserve fund to support the population against soaring food and fuel prices during current fiscal year, which started on April 1, media reported on Tuesday. The package presupposes one-time payments to low-income families in the amount of 50,000 yen ($348) as well as subsidies to companies carrying out wholesale energy supplies, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported. The US Federal Reserve continues to increase the interest rate, while Japan, on the contrary, keeps the rate negative.
- Residents were ordered to take shelter on the Turks and Caicos Islands as an increasingly powerful Hurricane Fiona churned towards the Caribbean archipelago, leaving death and destruction in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
- Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk blamed overreliance on factory robots for sending the electric carmaker to “production hell” four years ago, saying humans were better at certain jobs. Musk’s Texas company now is floating ambitious plans to deploy thousands of humanoid robots, known as Tesla Bot or Optimus, within its factories, expanding eventually to millions around the world, according to job postings. Buzz is building within the company as Tesla is having more internal meetings on robots, a person familiar with the matter said. At its “AI Day” on Sept. 30, Tesla will unveil a prototype from its project Optimus, an allusion to the powerful and benevolent leader of the Autobots in the Transformers series. Production could start next year, Musk said.
- The founder of Terra, the cryptocurrency that collapsed earlier this year and took about $60 billion in value with it, remains missing. This week South Korean prosecutors have asked Interpol for help in trying to locate Do Kwon in hopes that they can arrest him, according to Bloomberg. “Prosecutors on Monday have made a request to Interpol for their assistance to locate Kwon, whose whereabouts remain unknown, and to have him handed over to Korea,” the agency said late on Monday this week.
- The chief operating officer of plant-based meat producer Beyond Meat was arrested this weekend after allegedly biting a man’s nose during an altercation that took place in Arkansas. Ramsey, who stepped into the role of Beyond Meat COO in December, was booked in the Washington County jail, but was released one day later after posting an $11,085 bond.
- JWST’s First Glimpses of Early Galaxies Could Break Cosmology–The James Webb Space Telescope’s first images of the distant universe shocked astronomers. Is the discovery of unimaginably distant galaxies a mirage or a revolution? asks Jonathan O’Callaghan for Scientific American. JWST’s early revelations could be poised to rewrite the opening chapters of cosmic history, which concern not only distant epochs and faraway galaxies but also our own existence here, in the familiar Milky Way. “You build these machines not to confirm the paradigm, but to break it,” says JWST scientist Mark McCaughrean, a senior advisor for science and exploration at the European Space Agency. “You just don’t know how it will break.”
News Burst 21 September 2022 – Bonus IMG
Maya Sandstone Stela
Maya Sandstone Stela at Quiriguá, Guatemala, raised c. 761 A.D. Photograph date: 1880’s, by Alfred Percival Maudslay.
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Ameca Conversation Using GPT 3
This ameca demo couples automated speech recognition with GPT 3 – a large language model that generates meaningful answers – the output is fed to an online TTS service which generates the voice and visemes for lip sync timing. The team at Engineered Arts ltd pose the questions.
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It Is An Age-Old Plan That Connects Everything Up To The Present Day?
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The Hague, Netherlands
Police are blockading all entrances to the city… they don’t want the world to see the resistance. The Dutch will never cave in to the globalists.
News Burst 21 September 2022 – Earthquakes
Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above
Beyond The Ice Wall
The photographs were taken in 1912 in Antartica by Captain Robert Scott and his crew. However, the photos were classified as soon as they returned to their base and reported the results. Scott and his crew were then reported missing. Since then, it has been a restricted area, with only a few governments around the world allowed to conduct limited research.
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