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- Mexico-US war of words escalates. Since Mexican President AMLO started nationalization of Lithium, the US has been accusing Mexico of… “human rights violation.” The U.S. State Department and the military are just arms of US banks & corporations. If your country says “No” to Western/American companies, the U.S. government will break your door down to spread some freedom and democracy. Now, Mexico’s President Obrador says that the world must look into the Nord Stream pipeline sabotage.
- Who Is The Real Animal? – Seven storeys above a shop floor hawking cheap perfume and nylon underwear, Thailand’s “shopping mall gorilla” sits alone in a cage — her home for 30 years despite a reignited row over her captivity. Activists around the world have long campaigned for the primate to be moved from Pata Zoo, located on top of a Bangkok mall. But the family that owns Bua Noi — whose name translates as “Little Lotus” — has resisted public and government pressure to hand over the critically-endangered animal. The gorilla has lived at Pata for more than three decades but her case of her made headlines again this month after the zoo offered a 100,000 baht ($2,800) reward for information leading to the arrest of whoever wrote “Free Bua Noi!” on one of the mall’s walls.
- The issue of moon sighting has never been as divisive as it has become today. In the past, Muslim scholars agreed on a certain method to decide the start and end of the month of Ramaḍān. The confusion is further fuelled by the influence of a Western lifestyle upon Muslims. One such observable sphere in which many Muslims have reacted in this manner is with regard to moon-sighting and the establishment of the start of the month of Ramaḍān, Eid al-Fitr and Eid al–Adha. Nearly 2 billion Muslims around the world observe Ramadan every year, abstaining from all food and drink from sunrise to sunset for the month. Ramadan 2023 moon sighting highlights: The Central Moon Sighting Committees in Saudi Arabia, UAE, other Muslim-majority nations along with Australia, UK, Phillipines could NOT sight the Ramadan crescent moon or Ramzan Chand in Mar 22. Hence, fasts to begin from Thursday in these countries.
- 54% of Nestlé branded products cannot be defined as healthy. This is admitted by the multinational itself which, as every year, has put on paper, in a report, the analysis and the subsequent report cards assigned to the individual products. An assessment that, as the non-profit organization explains Access to Nutrition Initiative, tells us that these products cannot be considered healthy. In fact, the levels of saturated fats, sugars and salt of the individual products ended up under the magnifying glass, the percentages of which obviously proved to be too high compared to the “good” ingredients.
- Prankster reveals to MailOnline how he made an image go viral claiming to show ‘the rarest feline species on Earth’. For the last couple of weeks, an image of a cat with reptilian black and yellow splotches on its body has been doing the rounds on social media. Its accompanying text states that it is a ‘snake cat’, the ‘rarest feline species on Earth’ which lives in the ‘difficult-to-access regions of the Amazon rainforest’. Well, it turns out it is very fake, as confirmed by the creator of the original post, a Russian Facebook user called Alex Vasilev. ‘As far as I understand, an artificial intelligence system was used to create it, which one I don’t know, because I could not find the author of the drawing,’ he told MailOnline.
- Bear lovers rejoice: The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is hiring for “professional bear huggers.” The department posted an adorable job listing on Facebook on Monday, featuring precious snaps of conservation officers cuddling baby bears. Unfortunately, a love of bears is not the only qualification you’ll need to become a conservation officer. The job listing with the formal title of the position specifies candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in “biological sciences, police science or law enforcement, natural resources conservation, ecology, or related fields.” Interested applicants “must have ability to hike in strenuous conditions, have the courage to crawl into a bear den, and have the trust in your coworkers to keep you safe during the process,” wrote the department.
- Wanted South Korean cryptocurrency developer Do Kwon has been arrested in Montenegro, according to a government official in the Balkan country. Kwon is facing Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges in the US over allegations he misled investors. “Montenegrin police have detained a person suspected of being one of the most wanted fugitives, South Korean citizen Do Kwon, co-founder and CEO of Singapore-based Terraform Labs,” read a tweet from the country’s interior minister, Filip Adzic, on Thursday. Adzic added in a subsequent tweet that the person believed to be Kwon had been detained at Podgorica airport and that he had been attempting to travel with forged documents. Kwon was also alleged to have misled investors about how another cryptocurrency, Luna, was used in South Korea.
- A giant, black region of the sun — called a coronal hole — was spotted on Monday by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory. Despite the name, however, this isn’t a physical hole in the solar surface; coronal holes are cooler in temperature, so they don’t glow as bright as other areas of the sun and therefore look black. “The current coronal hole, the big one right now, is about 300,000 to 400,000 kilometers across,” Alex Young, the associate director for science at NASA Goddard’s Heliophysics Science Division, told Insider over email. “That is about 20-30 Earths lined up back-to-back.”
- Researchers observing with NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope have pinpointed silicate cloud features in a distant planet’s atmosphere. The atmosphere is constantly rising, mixing, and moving during its 22-hour day, bringing hotter material up and pushing colder material down. The resulting brightness changes are so dramatic that it is the most variable planetary-mass object known to date. The team, led by Brittany Miles of the University of Arizona, also made extraordinarily clear detections of water, methane and carbon monoxide with Webb’s data, and found evidence of carbon dioxide. This is the largest number of molecules ever identified all at once on a planet outside our solar system. Cataloged as VHS 1256 b, the planet is about 40 light-years away and orbits not one, but two stars over a 10,000-year period. “VHS 1256 b is about four times farther from its stars than Pluto is from our Sun, which makes it a great target for Webb,” Miles said. “That means the planet’s light is not mixed with light from its stars.” Higher up in its atmosphere, where the silicate clouds are churning, temperatures reach a scorching 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit (830 degrees Celsius).
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An oldest known solar observatory in Americas, which was built in Peru by a little-known civilisation.
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