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- The Conversation has been here to explain what “shockvertizing” is: “Shockvertising strategies allow adverts to be seen by millions of potential consumers despite being aired for only a limited amount of time before being taken down. As the current Balenciaga controversy demonstrates, the way to make paid advertising work harder is to get it talked about for free.” The Conversation piece doesn’t seem to care about kids being used to “shock” people or acknowledge that most people can’t afford Balenciaga’s products. In November 2022, Balenciaga posted an ad campaign on Instagram that featured children holding teddy bears dressed in BDSM gear, and another one in which a bag sits amongst papers that include a text from a Supreme Court opinion in the Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition case. The case examined whether laws banning the promotion of child pornography were in line with the First Amendment. The French luxury company apologized, deleted the posts together with its entire Instagram account and took legal action against the set designer, arguing that he was solely responsible.
- The FBI has issued a statement in response to the Elon Musk’s release of THE TWITTER FILES, which boils down to ‘Of course we’ve embedded ourselves in social media companies, and anyone who has a problem with it is a conspiracy theorist trying to tarnish our stellar reputation.’ – “The correspondence between the FBI and Twitter show nothing more than examples of our tradition, longstanding and ongoing federal government and private sector engagements, which involve numerous companies over multiple sectors and industries. As evidenced in the correspondence, the FBI provides critical information to the private sector in an effort to allow them to protect themselves and their customers. The men and women of the FBI work every day to protect the American public. It is unfortunate that conspiracy theorists and others are feeding the American public misinformation with the sole purpose of attempting to discredit the agency.”
- Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has spoken out on Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s upcoming visit to Washington DC, expressing outrage over his anticipated efforts to gain more support. In a tweet on Tuesday, Greene, who represents Georgia’s 14th District, described Zelensky as a “shadow president” who “has to come to Congress and explain why he needs billions of American’s taxpayer dollars for the 51st state, Ukraine.” “This is absurd. Put America First!!!” she added. Last month, the congresswoman, a staunch ally of former US President Donald Trump, spearheaded a resolution calling for an audit of government funding to help Ukraine in the conflict with Russia. [ While Zelensky’s wife spent 40,000 euros on a trip to Paris. She went on a Christmas shopping spree.]
- UK National Health Service (NHS) Medical Director Stephen Powis has urged the British public not to become too inebriated over the holidays, in order to avoid a visit to the emergency room. UK ambulance personnel went on strike on Wednesday, reducing coverage to a bare minimum. Speaking to BBC Radio on Tuesday, Powis said that “drinking responsibly” would help ease the “record demand we are seeing on urgent and emergency care.” “Don’t get so drunk that you end up with an unnecessary visit to A&E,” he stressed.
- The Finnish government has announced a three-pronged plan to help its citizens battle with sky-high energy bills this winter as Europe remains in the grip of an energy crisis. Prime Minister Sanna Marin of the ruling Social Democrats said the goal was to ensure reasonably priced electricity through the difficult winter months. The Nordic nation is facing an uphill battle as it decided to wean itself off Russian energy. Its woes come as a pan-European crisis and exorbitant prices have been exacerbated by local glitches such as further delays at the vaunted Olkiluoto 3 reactor that left the Finnish market power hungry. With a shortage of gas and electricity, the nation’s authorities have warned of possible rolling power cuts this winter.
- Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced late Tuesday that he would resign from his post but that it would only happen once he officially found “someone foolish enough to take the job.” “After that, I will just run the software & servers teams,” he noted in a Twitter post, which came two days after he published a poll asking netizens whether he should part ways with the role.
- A number of false calls to emergency services have been made by environmental activists in the German city of Essen, the city police said on Wednesday. “On Tuesday evening, fire department and police emergency units were called via the emergency call app Nora to several allegedly urgent emergency situations in the area of the city. In the aftermath, a group of self-proclaimed environmental activists claimed responsibility for the deeds,” the Essen police said. Later in the day, the alleged activists left a message via the chat feature of the emergency call app. “You thought it was an emergency, but the real emergency – the looming climate catastrophe, which will kill millions of people, is being permanently ignored by our politicians. We will continue this form of protest until our federal government adopts effective legislation to prevent the climate catastrophe,” the activists wrote, according to the police of the city.
- A surprising admission has come in a Washington Post report Wednesday morning following a months-long investigation into the Sept. 26 Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipeline sabotage attacks. While there remains consensus that the explosions were indeed the result of a deliberate act of sabotage, numerous officials in the West now say the evidence is not pointing to Russia. The Post issued the rare about-face of accusations after interviewing a total of 23 diplomatic and intelligence officials in nine countries who have been privy to the international investigation into the sabotage incident which has threatened European energy supplies going into winter. “There is no evidence at this point that Russia was behind the sabotage,” one European official is quoted as saying.
- The coldest, darkest reaches of our Solar System – a region still to be visited by human spacecraft – is a strange, frigid cloud that contains material from other stars and an unconfirmed object known as Planet Nine that may actually be a planet-mass black hole. This forbidding uncharted region, an enormous bubble of material encasing the planets and our Sun, is known as the Oort Cloud. This far-away shell surrounding our Solar System underscores Edwin Hubble’s observation in 1936 that “with increasing distance, our knowledge fades, and fades rapidly. Eventually, we reach the dim boundary—the utmost limits of our telescopes. There, we measure shadows.”
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Winter Solstice, Sardinia, Italy
On December 21st, in the nuraghe of Villanova Truschedu, the sun, entering through the small window, forms a bull’s head on the opposite wall inside the nuraghe itself.
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During a volcanic eruption, Mount Etna was observed emitting smoke rings. The sight was captured by Geoff Mackley.
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Bartlett cove in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska.
Rare blue aurora over Senja, Norway
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