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  • The government of Mexico issued a statement that it plans to “prohibit and, where appropriate, stop experimentation practices with solar geoengineering in the country.” The startup Make Sunsets, which had been experimenting in Baja with releasing sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere to reflect sunlight back out to space and cool the earth, said on Wednesday it would cease operations until it gets more regulatory clarity. Make Sunsets was planning to launch three latex weather balloons that would release anywhere between 10 and 500 grams of sulfur dioxide in January, but the plans came under widespread criticism from industry watchers for being hasty and lacking sophistication. The tiny startup Make Sunsets, which had been experimenting with releasing sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere to reflect sunlight in order to cool the earth, said Wednesday it would cease operations for the time being and review its approach after the Mexican government cracked down on solar geoengineering. The idea of releasing aerosols into the atmosphere to cool the earth has been around since the 1960′s, but it had largely been relegated to science fiction. The White House is currently coordinating a five-year research plan to study the idea, which is colloquially known as “solar geoengineering,” and the quadrennial U.N.-backed Montreal Protocol assessment report for the first time included an entire chapter it.

 

  • Even today the shopping list arrives. Kiev: Now we need F-16 fighter-bombers and long-range missiles.

 

  • South Africa is considering banning COVID-19 vaccines due to the unprecedented number of deaths and adverse side effects caused by the mRNA shots. Large numbers of medical experts across the country are calling on the government to urgently investigate the link between Covid jabs and sudden death among the population.

 

  • [Don’t You Suck?] Former Denver Broncos star Derek Wolfe insists he did “everything by the book” after being criticised for shooting dead a 200lb mountain lion. Super Bowl 50 winner Wolfe has faced a backlash on social media after posting a picture of his kill, but he says his actions were both legal and necessary after the animal had taken up residence beneath the porch of a house in Colorado. He says he conducted himself accordingly, adding he plans to eat the meat.

 

  • Women should be available for conscription into the Danish Armed Forces, Defense Minister Jakob Ellemann-Jensen insisted on Wednesday, arguing that the current state of the country’s military does not allow it to properly defend itself. In an interview with TV2, the official stated that Denmark can no longer afford to rely only on volunteers and insisted that everyone, including women, should be eligible for compulsory military service and that the size of the Danish army should be increased.

 

  • Meta has said it will reinstate former US President Donald Trump on both Facebook and Instagram, more than two years after he was kicked off the platforms, but stressed that it would create new “guardrails” for his account to prevent “repeat offenses.” After finding there was no longer “serious risk to public safety,” the company said Trump could return, but with a few caveats. “We will be reinstating Mr. Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts in the coming weeks. However, we are doing so with new guardrails in place to deter repeat offenses,” Meta said in a statement, adding that “In light of his violations, he now also faces heightened penalties.”

 

  • A team of Chinese researchers has developed a peculiar type of miniature robot that can change its state between liquid and solid. The scientists, led by The Chinese University of Hong Kong engineer Chengfeng Pan, took gallium – a metal with a melting point of only 29.8 degrees Celsius – and embedded it with magnetic particles, thus producing what they described as a “magnetoactive solid-liquid phase transitional machine.” The team has determined that the robots made out of this material could, through the application of a magnetic field, jump across moats, climb walls, split themselves in half to move objects and even assume a liquid state to move through a grid, only to solidify on the other side – a feat that brings to life a scene from the 1991 movie “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” Noting that providing robots with “the ability to switch between liquid and solid states endows them with more functionality,” Pan also mentioned that the team is now “pushing this material system in more practical ways to solve some very specific medical and engineering problems.”

 

  • Astronomers have confirmed that a suspicious space rock that hit Earth in 2014 came from another star system, predating the famous interstellar visitor ‘Oumuamua by three years. Researchers found the meteor in the catalog of NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) in 2019. At that time, however, some of the data about the rock’s trajectory were kept secret by the U.S. Department of Defence (DoD), whose sensors collected them. But in March this year, the DoD released a statement confirming the measurements, allowing scientists to complete their calculation of the mysterious rock’s origin. The 3-foot-wide (0.9 meters) mini-asteroid, which entered Earth’s atmosphere on Jan. 8, 2014, arrived at a very fast speed of 134,200 mph (216,000 km/h). It also followed an odd trajectory, which suggested it may have come from outside the solar system. The confirmation makes the rock, named CNEOS 2014-01-08, the first known visitor from interstellar space, predating the famous 650-foot-wide (200 m) asteroid ‘Oumuamua that zipped past Earth in 2017. That’s why the famed Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb and his colleague Amir Siraj, set out to scour the CNEOS catalog. CNEOS 2014-01-08 exploded above the ocean near Papua New Guinea.

 

  • The asteroid Itokawa is a pile of rocky debris 1,640 feet (500 meters) long. Some call it peanut-shaped; Others say it resembles a sea otter, complete with a head, neck and body. Whatever Itokawa may look like, new research suggests that it has remained pristinely intact — despite incessant asteroid bombardment in the inner solar system — since it formed more than 4.2 billion years ago. The finding may be crucial for any future mission designed to protect Earth from a rubble-pile asteroid, the researchers argue. “In short, we found that Itokawa is like a giant space cushion, and very hard to destroy,” Fred Jourdan, an astronomer at Curtin University in Australia and the lead author of the new paper, said in a statement.

 

  • The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST or Webb) launched in December 2021 and has been conducting science observations since July 2022, stunning the world with its gorgeous images and revolutionary data. But on Jan. 15, JWST’s Near Infrared Imager and Slitless Spectrograph (NIRISS) instrument “experienced a communications delay within the instrument, causing its flight software to time out,” according to a Jan. 24 statement(opens in new tab) from NASA. NIRISS can’t currently be used for science, the statement noted. “There is no indication of any danger to the hardware, and the observatory and other instruments are all in good health,” NASA officials wrote. “The affected science observations will be rescheduled.”

 

  • The radio signal was captured by the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope located in Pune, India. The giant radio telescope includes a field of 30 dish antennas all pointed skyward with each dish about 150 feet in diameter. Using this sophisticated telescope, scientists detected a unique radio signal with a unique wavelength known as the 21-centimeter line or the hydrogen line. This signal is emitted by neutral hydrogen atoms. This unique is emitted from a galaxy called SDSSJ0826+5630. The galaxy is a “star forming galaxy.” The fascinating aspect about the radio signal is that it was emitted when the Milky Way Galaxy (Earth is a part of the Milky Way Galaxy) was just 4.9 billion years old. Currently, the Milky Way Galaxy is estimated to be 13.8 billion years old. Hence, it took 9 billion years for the signal to reach Earth. For the scientists, the radio signal is one way to look back in time 9 billion years ago.
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Centuripe; an ancient town in eastern Sicily with a history that goes back to 5th Century BC. Town is spread out across ridges of several hills so town has a ‘starfish’ shape or if viewed from air, shape of a man with outstretched arms and legs.

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A few years ago, CT scan of a 1000-year-old Buddha statue revealed a mummified monk hidden inside. Researchers believe statue contains body of a Buddhist master named Liuquan, member of Chinese Meditation School who died around 1100 CE. Meander Medical Centre / Drents Museum

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NEIOH – This is a multi-sensory detector from Arcturus. It is not occupied but is controlled from a large Arcturian craft that is miles above the area. Screens within the large craft show exact details of the detector and the occupants of the craft have complete control. It will land on the ground in remote areas. Once on the ground the appendages open completely and connect with any energy chosen. In the air the appendages will move and turn and open to the degree of control. Frequencies and videos are gathered for operations that are used by those on the Triangular Mothership that a Fleet of 30 will enter when the mission is complete.

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