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  • Former President Donald Trump told his supporters on Saturday that President Joe Biden is turning the US into a “Banana Republic,” and promised to throw the “repulsive political class the hell out of office” if re-elected next year. Trump held his first campaign rally ahead of the 2024 election in Waco, Texas, on Saturday. Speaking to a crowd of several thousand people, Trump reiterated his long-held belief that the charges against him – as well as the prosecution of the January 6, 2021, rioters – are a Democrat-orchestrated plot to keep him out of office and criminalize his supporters.

 

  • French leader claims that Moscow is pursuing a “predatory project” in Africa merely “reflect the neo-colonial approach of Western countries to cooperation with African states,” Alexey Saltykov, Russia’s ambassador to the Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso, said on Saturday. Saltykov’s remarks come after French President Emmanuel Macron blamed Russia for his country’s deteriorating relations with its former colonies. According to France’s president, Moscow is feeding disinformation in Africa, particularly Burkina Faso and Mali where Paris has suffered military setbacks. Macron alleged that “a number of powers, who want to spread their influence in Africa, are doing this to hurt France, hurt its language, sow doubts, but above all pursue certain interests.”

 

  • Investment in Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been in decline across the world, plummeting 34% last year to $45.8 billion, analytics company CB Insights reports. The report highlighted that, in 2022, the total number of AI unicorns reached 166, with 34 new additions. The number of mega-rounds in 2022 plummeted from the previous year’s record high to just 115, a 39% drop. Those deals reportedly represented $21.8 billion in funding, down 47% in annual terms. “Europe bucked the broader trend for AI investment activity,” CB Insights wrote, noting that AI deals in the region increased to a record 616 last year. Investment in the sector, however, dropped by 9% to $6.2 billion.

 

  • The administration of US President Joe Biden has left NATO allies Türkiye and Hungary off the invite list for next week’s Summit for Democracy, Foreign Policy magazine reported on Thursday, citing three US officials familiar with the decision. The two countries were also snubbed from last year’s inaugural rendition of the summit, an event that, despite being held only twice, Biden has lauded as one of his signature foreign policy achievements. A State Department official confirmed that all participants in the 2021 summit had received an invitation for this year’s event, plus some additions. However, he said, the Biden administration was “not interested in this event being seen as an all-encompassing judgment on the strength of another country’s democracy.”

 

  • NATO’s use of depleted uranium munitions in its air war against Yugoslavia was a “horrible and inhumane experiment” against the entire region, Serbian Health Minister Danica Grujicic has said. Contamination from these munitions led to a surge in cancer, autoimmune disease, and infertility, Grujicic added. NATO used 10 metric tons of depleted uranium – which is used to make the hardened cores of armor-piercing projectiles – during its 1999 air campaign against Yugoslavia, the bloc admitted in a report a year afterwards. Although the report stated that depleted uranium poses “practically no danger” when ingested or absorbed through wounds, evidence from Serbia suggests otherwise.

 

  • In the middle of a terrifying desert north of Tibet, Chinese archaeologists have excavated an extraordinary cemetery. Its inhabitants died almost 4,000 years ago, yet their bodies have been well preserved by the dry air. Their graveyard, known as Small River Cemetery No. 5, lies near a dried-up riverbed in the Tarim Basin, a region encircled by forbidding mountain ranges. Most of the basin is occupied by the Taklimakan Desert, a wilderness so inhospitable that later travelers along the Silk Road would edge along its northern or southern borders. The 200 or so mummies have a distinctively Western appearance. Some of the mummies, including a well-preserved woman known as the Beauty of Loulan, were analyzed by Li Jin, a well-known geneticist at Fudan University, who said in 2007 that their DNA contained markers indicating an East Asian and even South Asian origin. Despite the political tensions over the mummies’ origin, the Chinese said in a report published last month in the journal BMC Biology that the people were of mixed ancestry, having both European and some Siberian genetic markers, and probably came from outside China. Uighurs, even though they did not arrive in the region until the 10th century, have cited them to claim that the autonomous region was always theirs. The team was led by Hui Zhou of Jilin University in Changchun, with Dr. Jin as a co-author. All the men who were analyzed had a Y chromosome that is now mostly found in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Siberia, but rarely in China. The mitochondrial DNA, which passes down the female line, consisted of a lineage from Siberia and two that are common in Europe. Since both the Y chromosome and the mitochondrial DNA lineages are ancient, Dr. Zhou and his team conclude the European and Siberian populations probably intermarried before entering the Tarim Basin some 4,000 years ago.

 

  • A tweet on President Joe Biden’s official Twitter account has blown up, with the president savagely attacked and ratioed after claiming that pro-Trump MAGA House Republicans’ legislative proposals “would slash funding for border security – a move that could allow nearly 900 pounds of fentanyl into our country.” “Nobody believes that you have reversed course and are trying to secure the border while Republicans have reversed course and are trying to open it up. Do you ever stop lying?” one user asked.

 

  • The Babylon Bee has repeatedly been caught in government and media dragnets to crack down on so-called disinformation and fake news, with major outlets occasionally falling for and reprinting some of its gut-busting satirical claims, and Snopes even fact-checking a Bee piece about CNN buying an industrial-sized washing machine to literally spin the news. Now, the company, whose tagline is ‘Fake News You Can Trust’, has a problem of another sort: its fake news pieces becoming reality. “We make a joke about how Kamala Harris was taking likability lessons from Hillary Clinton, which is just insane and silly – who would take likeability lessons from Hillary Clinton? But then a month later there’s a real story that her staff reached out to Hillary’s staff to make her more likable,” Babylon Bee founder Seth Dillon recalled in an interview with US media.

 

  • The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday morning launched a heavy lift LVM3 rocket carrying 36 OneWeb communications satellites. The rocket was launched at 09:00 (03:30 GMT) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre located on the southeastern island of Sriharikota. The launch was broadcast by ISRO. The launch completes the deployment of OneWeb’s constellation of more than 600 satellites in orbit that will deliver high-speed internet to every corner of the world. This is the second time OneWeb has used ISRO’s services to launch satellites. The first batch of 36 OneWeb satellites was launched into orbit in October 2022 with an Indian rocket. The OneWeb project is designed to provide high-speed internet access to users across the globe by 2027. In November 2020, OneWeb declared bankruptcy and was sold to the UK government and Indian company Bharti Global.

 

  • The ancient Egyptians practiced astronomy and mathematics with astonishing accuracy, mapping out their cities and monuments according to the motion of the stars. The link between the Earth and the heavens was key to their religion, but it also laid the foundation for several modern sciences. An Egyptian-German research team has uncovered and restored a stunning set of relief paintings at the Temple of Khnum in Esna, Upper Egypt, that depict the 12 signs of the ancient Egyptian zodiac cycle. The temple in Esna was completed around 250 AD, but the part that remains today and in which the paintings were found was the vestibule to the temple, which would have been completed between 41 and 54 AD, when Claudius was the emperor of Rome.

 

  • “The universe could be a giant doughnut, despite all of the evidence suggesting it’s as flat as a pancake,” new research suggests.

 

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The Siberian Ice Maiden or the Princess of Ukok, a 5th Century BC, female mummy with tattoos from Republic of Altai, Russia. Hermitage Museum

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In the mouth of the Yangtze River lies an incredible example of Mother Nature reclaiming what was hers. On the island Gouqi, (one of 394 islands that make up the cluster known as Shengsi) there is village that was once a thriving fishing settlement until the small bay couldn’t support the ever-increasing number of fishing boats. In only a few decades, the village has turned into an abandoned paradise with green ivy swallowing every former home.

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A Desert Plant That Can Survive Almost Complete Desiccation

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“Unregulated mines employ thousands of workers, mining cobalt for batteries, so NET ZERO can be ‘achieved’ & we feel good. These mines often collapse & trapped workers are dug out by hand, if they are lucky. But hey it saves the planet, right ?”  ~ @BernieSpofforth

 

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News Burst 31 May 2024 A volcano in southwestern Iceland has erupted for the fifth time since December, spewing red streams of lava and triggering the evacuation of the popular Blue Lagoon geothermal spa. “An eruption has started near Sundhnuksgigar, north of...

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News Burst 30 May 2024 ​Economist Jeffrey Sachs revealed that the key reason for NATO aggression against Yugoslavia was to move military infrastructure closer to Russia's borders, making the claim during an interview with American journalist Tucker Carlson.   The...

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News Burst 29 May 2024 ​In Rafz, a Swiss village in the Canton of Zurich, here the start-up Tomorrow Biastasis is trying to "build a world in which people can choose how long to live, regardless of where they are, who they are and their financial resources." The...

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News Burst 28 May 2024 ​Mark Zuckerberg’s Camerabuds project will combine “audio, video, and AI to form the ultimate surveillance capitalism data gathering tool”. “Smart Earphones” and other “wearables” have been designed to transition humans into the next stage of...

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News Burst 26 May 2024 ​Apple released iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 last week, which included fixes for several security vulnerabilities. But these updates also seemed to introduce a serious bug. Some users found that photos that they deleted years ago—some of a sensitive...

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News Burst 25 May 2024 On June 3, there will be a planetary alignment that may actually allow you to witness six planets align in the sky. This is a rare astronomical phenomenon. It is the best opportunity to see Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune all...

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