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  • The original Bitcoin website has apparently been hacked by fraudsters using a gateway popup, encouraging visitors to send crypto to their wallet. The site is now apparently down. At some point the fake giveaway had pocketed over $17,000 worth, according to the outlet u.today. The Bitcoin website has come under attack recently by multiple DDoS attacks.

 

  • A California school district has got so desperate it’s sending ads home in lunchboxes to tell guardians it’s “now hiring” staff. Teachers are being offered signing on bonuses, with some schools already reverting back to online learning. Covid-19 has led to thousands of teachers resigning due to burnout and stress, according to a survey by the National Education Association. Several schools were forced to shut their doors when they should have been opening them for students returning – but they simply had no teachers. Math, science, languages and special education are the hardest-hit subjects, according to Phys. It’s been described as one of the most acute shortages of labor in education ever by the head of the California school board – and it’s nationwide.

 

  • Declining demand for coronavirus vaccinations in Romania has prompted authorities to close 117 vaccination centres and to reduce the schedule at 371 others, health officials have said. “In the previous week, we re-evaluated the efficiency of fixed vaccination centers. About 80% of fixed vaccination centres vaccinate less than 25% of the vaccination capacity allocated to each stream,” national vaccination committee chief Valeriu Gheorghita said at a press conference on Tuesday. The number of daily vaccinations in Romania has consistently dropped from a mid-May peak of around 120,000 a day to less than 20,000 a day over the last week. Just 24% of people in Romania – a country of more than 19 million – have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

 

  • A new wave of claims attaching Russia to the alleged poisonings of ex-spies Alexander Litvinenko and Sergey Skripal in Britain are designed to distract attention from the West’s own failures, Moscow’s intelligence chief insists. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Sergey Naryshkin, the head of Russia’s clandestine SVR agency, said that the timing of the latest charges, released simultaneously on Tuesday, made them suspect. “In light of the recent events in Afghanistan, it is also probably part of an attempt to distract the public from the disgraceful flight of US troops and their allies, including the UK,” Naryshkin added. “It distracts the public from the fact that, at present, NATO is unable to maintain security in one region of the world or another.”

 

  • A number of US law enforcement agencies are reportedly using a shadowy AI surveillance program that trawls social media accounts, dating apps, online shopping wishlists and even Pornhub pages to help identify persons of interest. The tool, known as SocialNet, maps out the networks of these individuals by harvesting data from over 120 different platforms, including Facebook and Instagram posts, Reddit, Tinder, YouTube, LinkedIn, Spotify, Paypal Amazon accounts and even the dark web, according to The Intercept.

 

  • A region in southern Poland has revoked a controversial anti-LGBT resolution over fears of losing funding from the European Union, making it the first to ditch its declaration of being an LGBT-free zone. Earlier this month, Brussels gave the governments of five Polish provinces an ultimatum: either lift the controversial anti-LGBT declarations, or lose EU funding.

 

  • Using mathematical models, a quartet of Chinese scientists has argued that the first case of Covid-19 appeared between April and November 2019 in the northeastern US, long before the outbreak in Wuhan, China. “The calculation results show that the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States has a high probability of beginning to spread around September 2019,” says the 14-page paper published on Wednesday at ChinaXiv, a repository operated by the National Science Library of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The paper was authored by Zhouwang Yang, Yunhe Hu, and Zhiwei Ding from the University of Science and Technology of China, and corresponding author Tiande Guo of the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences.

 

  • An architect has responded to a viral photograph of the control tower leaning slightly to one side at the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA), near Mexico City. Social media users compared the tilted control tower to Italy’s famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. Alex Belfort posted on Twitter to say the 88-meter tower had an inclination of 18 centimeters at its highest point, calculated “with topographic measuring instruments,” and assured that “inspection and control work must be carried out to do any work of that type.” He argued that it was normal for such constructions due to “the building exerting pressure on the ground.” “It is not necessary for construction of this type to be perfectly vertical … 18 centimeters of inclination is still within a normal safe range,” he added.

 

  • At least one México state municipality has set up shelters to receive potential evacuees as heightened activity continues at the Popocatépetl volcano. There were 2,062 exhalations, 30 explosions, 13 volcano tectonic earthquakes and more than 6,000 minutes of tremors at El Popo during the first 21 days of September. Authorities in Chalco, a municipality to the northwest of El Popo, have prepared seven shelters to receive residents who could be required to evacuate their homes. Other municipalities in the southeast of México state, such as Amecameca, Ecatzingo and Ozumba, are on alert.

 

  • The Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos has launched a tender to study problematic issues related to organising manned Moon flights, requirements for space equipment for the manned missions should be developed, according to Roscosmos’ materials published on the state procurement website. “Objectives of the research work: development of proposals, recommendations and requirements for prospective technologies, elements and systems of rocket and space technology products that ensure reliable implementation of manned Moon flights and cosmonauts’ work in lunar orbit and on the Moon surface,” the document read. The contract value totals 1.7 billion rubles ($23.3 million). For the first time ever, Roscosmos indicated in an official document that the Angara rocket will be used for the first manned Moon flights.

 

  • So far, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Indian government has been tight-lipped about the Pegasus snooping scandal after it was revealed that around 300 Indians, including politicians and activists, were being spied on through their phones. The Supreme Court of India on Thursday said it will set up a technical expert committee to probe the Pegasus spyware scandal. Chief Justice N.V. Ramana told senior advocate C.U. Singh in court that some of the experts they had in mind for the committee wouldn’t be able to participate, citing personal reasons.

 

  • In 2010, a New York Times reporter had a conversation that revealed a lot about the life of the founder of Apple. Nick Bilton commented, “Your kids must love the iPad, right?” after the launch of the device. Jobs replied: “They haven’t used it. We limit the amount of technology our children use at home.” Any special reason? According to Walter Isaacson, the author of the Steve Jobs biography, the family focused more on history or reading, as well as activities that had to do with technology. Isaacson explained: “Every night Steve insisted on dining at the big kitchen table, talking about books, history, and a variety of other things. Nobody ever took out an iPad or a computer. The kids didn’t seem addicted to the devices.”

 

  • American athletes at the Winter Olympics next year MUST get vaccinated, the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee have announced – despite there being no requirement from the IOC. The USOPC has ramped up regulations… but it was a different story for the Tokyo summer games just gone, where no jabs were required. Exemptions will be considered for Beijing, but regular testing will still be mandatory. At the summer games in Japan, around 100 of the 613 US athletes chose not to get vaccinated. Will the sports industry be next to face a blanket mandate?
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Tasmania Tiger

At the Hobart zoo in Australia the last Tasmania tiger dies: Benjamin, this is the name of the specimen, dies after being locked out of his accommodation for the night and having suffered the great temperature range between day and night.

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The Symptoms They Experienced

In August 2017, the U.S. government expelled 15 Cuban diplomats in retaliation for what it described as harassment of its staff at the U.S. Embassy in Havana. The curious part was the nature of this harassment: a sonic weapon.
For a year or so, U.S. staff had been reporting a variety of debilitating symptoms. These ranged from nausea and dizziness to deafness. Nearly two dozen U.S. staff and several Canadians were affected. U.S. officials claimed to not know the means, the methods, or how the attacks were being carried out. Cuba denied knowledge of any attack, but in retaliation, the United States expelled the Cuban diplomats and withdrew two-thirds of its own staff from the embassy in Havana.

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