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  • A Canadian judge denied bail for a key organizer of the trucking Freedom Convoy, citing that her detention was “necessary for the protection and safety of the public.” “I cannot be reassured that if I release you into the community that you will not reoffend,” Ontario Court Justice Julie Bourgeois said Tuesday morning when denying organizer Tamara Lich bail, according to CTV News. “Your detention is necessary for the protection and safety of the public,” Bourgeois said.

 

  • Hunter Biden’s former girlfriend Zoe Kestan has secretly testified before a grand jury in Wilmington, Delaware, in the US president’s second son’s tax probe, the New York Post (NYP) has reported. The newspaper quoted an unnamed source as saying that the 28-year-old lingerie and textile designer was asked on Tuesday about Hunter Biden’s whereabouts and spending habits during 2018, when the two were seen attending art-show openings and parties on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The source claimed that the questions focused on what hotels Biden stayed at and whether Kestan knew where his money came from. The 28-year-old reportedly testified about her temporarily living with Biden at a number of high-priced hotels, such as the Four Seasons, Mercer, SIXTY SoHo, and Soho Grand in Manhattan and at the Hollywood Roosevelt, NoMad, and celebrity-friendly Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.

 

  • Hartley, last month in Norfolk Circuit Court, was riding a motorcycle when a rented Amazon delivery truck turned directly into his lane. He suffered serious fractures in the collision, including to his left leg, which had to be amputated below the knee due to the severity of the injuries. The driver of the truck, Christopher Gill, was allegedly looking down at a navigation device when the incident occurred. Hartley’s attorney, Kevin Biniazan, said the collision was preventable and that Amazon’s policies, which require drivers to use its Flex App while delivering packages for the company, contributed to the outcome. The company is notorious for its use of surveillance technology to boost productivity of employees and contractors. The navigation app sets a pace of delivery and nudges drivers who fall “behind the rabbit” – don’t keep up with the schedule – to hurry up. “The unrealistic expectations that are put on the drivers are fueling these negligence cases,” Biniazan said of incidents similar to the one that the lawsuit argued had stripped Hartley of his livelihood.

 

  • The Cobalt Hell documentary unveils the dangers of cobalt mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This mineral is essential for making gadgets like smartphones and laptops and necessary in transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy. The sad part is people who supply this mineral are not likely to benefit from cobalt’s unique properties any time soon. Miners in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where the bulk of the world’s cobalt is found, are forced to extract and process the ore by hand, which causes serious health problems and environmental pollution. The minerals are cleaned in river water, which pollutes it. Though there is no specific research, there’s a direct correlation between some widespread illnesses among mineral mine workers and the overall health level of the population. Also, a lot of children work in quarries and pregnant women. Children exposed to cobalt ore often have a problem with delayed growth. They either grow slower or, at some point, stop growing at all. As for pregnant women, there are occasional deformities in newborns. So if a pregnant woman is working in a quarry, her baby might have fetal abnormalities or be stillborn.

 

  • The European People’s party (EPP) has urged the EU to review its ties with Switzerland and consider if the country should be added to the bloc’s money-laundering blacklist amid fallout from a huge leak of Credit Suisse banking data. The leak dubbed, “Swiss Secrets”, contained info that one of the world’s most iconic private banks managed accounts for human rights abusers, fraudsters, and businessmen who were placed under sanctions. Markus Ferber, the economic affairs coordinator for the EPP, the largest political grouping in the European Parliament, said in a statement on Monday, that “when Swiss banks fail to apply international anti-money-laundering standards properly, Switzerland itself becomes a high-risk jurisdiction”.

 

  • The World Food Programme (WFP) has warned of a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, after billions of dollars of Kabul’s federal funds were frozen by the US in the wake of last year’s Taliban takeover. The WFP has said that 95 percent of Afghans don’t have enough to eat and millions of children suffer malnutrition because of an acute food shortage. The Indian government on Tuesday dispatched the first tranche of 50,000 tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan, part of its ongoing humanitarian assistance to the central Asian nation, through the land route crossing Pakistan.

 

  • Former US President Donald Trump’s new social media platform has debuted with more user demand than it can handle, instantly leading Apple’s app store in new downloads for free apps, and drawing a lengthy waiting list. Truth Social shot to the top of the charts on Monday, its first day of availability for users of iPhone and other Apple devices, beating out the likes of TikTok, YouTube and Instagram. It is not yet offered for Android-based devices or users outside the US. According to CNN, the waiting list had more than 150,000 signees on day one of release. The virtual line stretched to over 370,000 on Tuesday morning, some would-be users reported.

 

  • A study penned by scientists from the University of Michigan and South Korea’s Sungkyunkwan University was published on February 10. It found that in cases where a worker is more attached to a robot, a kind of ‘us-versus-them’ mentality often emerges, with the human-machine pairing competing with the rest of the team instead of contributing positively to “team relationships and performance.” The introduction of robots into the workplace has so far been predominantly seen as a positive thing, while possible negative repercussions have largely been overlooked, researchers point out.

 

  • An exoplanet has metal clouds and may experience rain made of liquid gems during the night that becomes airborne metals during the day. The study published on Monday in Nature Astronomy investigates the celestial object, which orbits a star about 885 light-years from Earth. An international group of astronomers looked at the gas giant, called WASP-121b, as part of a study deciphering the atmospheric cycles between day and night. Until now, there had been very few observations of exoplanet atmospheres.
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News Burst 23 February 2022 – Solar Activity

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The European Space Agency (ESA) has just released a new image of last week’s farside eruption. Taken by the Solar Orbiter spacecraft, it shows a plume of debris shooting more than 1.5 million kilometers into space: The picture comes from Solar Orbiter’s Full Sun Imager (FSI). FSI is a wide-field camera designed to look at the full solar disk even when the spacecraft is very close to the sun. At the moment, Solar Orbiter is *not* very close to the sun, so there is a lot of empty space in the field of view. The prominence fit inside, just barely. According to ESA, this is the largest-ever event of its kind to be captured in a single field of view together with the solar disk.

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