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  • [Read Critically] “I will take you to the last frontier of food,” he explains Samantha Cristoforetti before biting into the “blueberry cricket” snack. The bar that the Italian astronaut eats in a video shot by herself on the Space Station and posted on Tik Tok and Twitter is made with cricket flour. AstroSamantha chews it with gusto then says: “It’s good for you and for the planet”.

 

  • The dollar widened its lead over the euro as the world’s top currency for payments last month, according to a report by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) released this week. As the EU struggles with record-high inflation and a looming energy crisis, investors are switching away from the euro to a more secure currency. The report shows that euro usage has been falling for three months in a row, while the US dollar has been increasing its share as the currency of choice since May, holding the lead for the 15th consecutive month. The report also pointed out that the share of the Chinese yuan in transactions rose to 2.3% despite the country’s economic slowdown, while the Japanese yen, which fell to the lowest rate since 1998 in early September, accounted for only 2.7% of all global payments.

 

  • NASA has delayed the launch of its Artemis 1 moon rocket for the third time, postponing the mission because of an approaching tropical storm that is forecast to strengthen into a major hurricane before making landfall in Florida next week. Officials at the Kennedy Space Center near Cape Canaveral, Florida, announced the decision on Saturday, saying they were preparing to roll back the $4.1 billion Space Launch System (SLS) rocket while monitoring reports on Tropical Storm Ian. The mission could be rescheduled for liftoff as soon as October 2 if the 330-foot-tall rocket can be left on the launch pad during the stormy weather, but NASA would need to fall back to a later window of opportunity if the SLS has to be hauled back to the Vehicle Assembly Building. Artemis 1 mission managers are expected to make a decision on Sunday, after considering updated forecasts for the wind speeds that Ian will bring to Florida’s eastern coast.

 

  • US President Joe Biden’s son Hunter slides naked down a waterslide, has copious group sex with prostitutes, dances around naked, and inhales prodigious amounts of drugs in a set of videos and photos published by the Daily Mail on Thursday, extracted from the younger Biden’s laptop. Biden strips, snorts, and skinny-dips his way through a series of $4,000-plus nightly rentals in Malibu in September and October 2018 in the included photos and videos, partying hard while his father was preparing to run for president. In addition to a rotating cast of hookers, the younger Biden invites a friend of his ex-lover (and former sister-in-law) Hallie Biden and two unknown men to join the bacchanalia, the Daily Mail reports. This content is reportedly also available via his Pornhub profile.

 

  • The Russia-Ukraine conflict and other stories played up by major US media outlets have apparently failed to strike a nerve with many Americans, who are far more concerned about such issues as violent crime and inflation heading into the midterm congressional elections in November, a leading polling firm has revealed. “Legacy media gaslighting has failed, massively,” Rasmussen Reports said on Saturday, citing polling showing a divergence between the topics hammered most by cable news outlets and the issues that are concerning to voters. The Ukraine crisis, in particular, has been shrugged off by many voters, failing to rank among the top dozen issues and being cited as “very important” by only one in five Americans. By comparison, 87% of voters are “concerned” and 56% are “very concerned” about violent crime, Rasmussen reported. Other top issues include energy policy (87% concerned and 54% very concerned), high gas prices (86% and 57%), inflation (85% and 57%), the economy (84% and 55%), and illegal immigration (84% and 54%).

 

  • Michigan native Mark David Latunski has confessed to stabbing Kevin Bacon, a college student and hairdresser half his age whom he’d met on gay dating app Grindr, before removing and eating his testicles. He pleaded guilty in court on Thursday to charges of open murder and mutilation of a body two years after his lawyers initially sought an insanity plea. Police have been looking into the possibility Latunski was involved in other crimes.

 

  • Iran “regrets” Ukraine’s decision to expel the country’s envoy and will make an “appropriate response,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani said on Saturday. Kiev has accused Tehran of supplying attack drones to Russia, calling the alleged deliveries “an unfriendly act that deals a serious blow to Ukraine-Iran relations.”

 

  • Ford Motor Co. continues to be plagued by parts shortages, so much so that America’s largest automaker has reportedly resorted to parking thousands of unfinished pickups at an idle former NASCAR track in Kentucky. Footage posted online purports to show massive parking lots at the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky, jammed with row after row of new Ford trucks. Automotive media outlets, such as The Drive, reported this week that the stashed vehicles are partially finished trucks that can’t be completed or shipped to customers because certain parts aren’t available. Ford apparently began hauling trucks to the speedway in late August. The Drive posted satellite photos of the facility from August 24 and September 19, showing formerly empty parking lots filled with vehicles.

 

  • Referendums on officially becoming Russian territories have begun in the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk and the Russian-controlled parts of southern Ukraine. The votes will take place from today until Tuesday next week. Preliminary results are expected to be released by Wednesday. The Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics (DPR and LPR) broke away from Ukraine shortly after the 2014 coup in Kiev. They are predominantly Russian-speaking and share a border with Russia. Moscow recognized them as independent states in February.

 

  • The US will “never recognize” the referendums in the Donbass republics and two Russian-controlled regions in Ukraine, President Joe Biden said on Friday, pledging that Washington and its allies will seek to impose “severe economic costs” on Moscow over the votes. Biden denounced the referendums on joining Russia, which kicked off on Friday, as “a sham.” He went on to say that Washington would “continue to support the Ukrainian people and provide them with security assistance” to fight off Russian troops.

 

  • Western media continues to ignore how Ukraine is using NATO weapons to kill innocent civilians in the Donbass. The civilian death toll keeps growing as some EU citizens rise up against their governments’ support for Kiev. ~ Eva Bartlett

 

  • At the 77th session of the UN General Assembly on Saturday, Mali’s prime minister Lieutenant Colonel Abdoulaye Maiga criticized France and the UN secretary-general, saying that his country has been ”stabbed in the back by the French authorities, who unilaterally decided to withdraw the Barkhane force from Mali”. At the same time the prime minister praised “the exemplary and fruitful cooperative relations between Mali and Russia”. The prime minister denounced the French junta for its “neocolonial, condescending, paternalistic and revanchist practice”, blaming France for sponsoring “unprecedented, illegal, illegitimate and inhuman sanctions of ECOWAS [Economic Community of West African States] and UEMOA [West African Economic and Monetary Union] against Mali”.

 

  • The sales of “Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies for the Future” by Mario Reading soared after the Queen’s passing, the Sunday Times said. From September 10 to 17 it sold 8,000 copies, while a week before the monarch’s death only five paperbacks were bought. In his book, published in 2006, Reading interpreted the writings of the famous seer. The book owes such newly found popularity to its extracts that went viral on social media. One of the interpretations says that “Queen Elizabeth II will die, circa 22, at the age of around 96.” Reading is not to witness the success of his book, as he died in 2017. On September 8, Queen Elizabeth II, who ruled the kingdom and 14 Commonwealth realms for over 70 years, died at the age of 96. Her eldest son, Charles III, was officially proclaimed king.

 

  • Egypt is ready to open an international grain trading and storage center to ensure food security, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said on Saturday. “My country, due to its geographical position, declares its readiness to cooperate with the international community to create an international center for grain storage, supply, and trade in Egypt in order to contribute to food security,” Shoukry said at the 77th UN General Assembly. Shoukry added that every fifth inhabitant of Africa is threatened with hunger, while the countries of the continent spend about $43 billion only on food imports. According to Shoukry, in order to solve the food crisis, it is necessary to eradicate its main causes by developing a strategy for sustainable agriculture and ensuring smooth cooperation between producers.

 

  • With less than two months until the 8 November 2022 mid-term elections, Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic nominee for Texas governor, blamed Joe Biden for the fact that an increasing number of Latinos in the state are voting Republican.
    O’Rourke, who is trailing his Republican rival, incumbent Texas Governor Greg Abbott, in the gubernatorial race, warned the Democrats of the fall-out from disregarding this particular swing. “Candidate Biden didn’t spend a dime or day in the Rio Grande Valley or really anywhere in Texas, for that matter, once we got down in the homestretch of the general election,” O’Rourke said at the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin on 24 September.

 

  • There was no visible security presence in Beijing on Saturday, a week before China celebrates the founding of the People’s Republic. Unconfirmed media reports suggested this week that the Chinese military was plotting a coup during the so-called Golden Week of public holidays that precede China’s National Day on October 1.

 

  • New research and images by University of Massachusetts Amherst astronomer Daniel Wang reveals, with unprecedented clarity, an X-ray thread, G0.17-0.41, which hints at a previously unknown interstellar mechanism that may govern the energy flow and potentially the evolution of the Milky Way. “The galaxy is like an ecosystem,” says Wang, whose findings are a result of more than two decades of research. “We know the centers of galaxies are where the action is and play an enormous role in their evolution.” And yet, whatever has happened in the center of our own galaxy is hard to study, despite its relative proximity to Earth, because, as Wang explains, it is obscured by a dense, opaque fog of gas and dust. Researchers simply can’t see the center, even with an instrument as powerful as the famous Hubble Space Telescope. Wang, however, has used a different telescope, NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory, capable of penetrating the obscuring fog.
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