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  • On 1 November, the maintenance requirement for applicants for a work permit in Sweden will be increased. Everyone who applies after November 1 must have a salary that amounts to at least 80 per cent of the current median salary, a sum that is currently SEK 27,360. The median salary for Sweden is published annually by Statistics Sweden (SCB). For an application received before November 1, it is the median salary that applied at the time of the application that forms the basis for calculation. On 30 November 2022, the Parliament approved the bill, “An Increased Maintenance Requirement for Labour Immigrants” (Prop. 2021/22:284). The Government writes in a news item that “The Parliament’s approval means that the Aliens Act is amended so that a labour immigrant must achieve a good income through their employment in order to be granted a work permit. The amendment to the decree adopted by the Government means that the requirement for a good income is specified.”


  • Almost four million people, including more than a million children, in Britain experienced the most extreme form of poverty last year, according to a recent study published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), a local social change organization. According to the charity, the number of Britons experiencing ‘destitution’ surged 61% between 2019 and 2022, with 3.8 million people going through these levels of poverty. ‘Destitution’ is defined as the inability to meet basic physical needs, like staying fed, warm, clean and dry either due to lack of essentials – such as clothing, heating, shelter and food – or because an income is so low that people cannot afford to buy these items.


  • On Oct. 13 in the Health Innovation Center’s radiology lab, NKU students performed scans on a mermaid. The Clark County Historical Society made the trek from Springfield, Ohio to Northern Kentucky University to determine what the specimen, known as a Fiji or Feejee mermaid, is made of. Throughout the 19th century the Fiji mermaid was a popular sideshow piece, drawing spectators who were intrigued by the curious and the strange. The infamous showman P. T. Barnum exhibited the original specimen—which an American sea captain had purchased from a Japanese fisherman—in his museum in 1842, but the specimen subsequently disappeared. According to Natalie Fritz, Clark County Historical Society’s archivist and outreach director, their specimen was originally acquired by a Navy sailor in Japan during the 1870s and later donated to the county’s Heritage Center in 1906.


  • The attorneys general of 41 US states and Washington, DC have filed a federal lawsuit against Instagram and its parent company Meta, accusing the popular social media platform of contributing to an ongoing mental health crisis among young people. “Meta has harnessed powerful and unprecedented technologies to entice, engage and ultimately ensnare youth and teens,” says the legal complaint, which was filed in federal court in California on Tuesday, adding that “its motive is profit.”


  • Larry Fink, CEO of US investment corporation BlackRock, has visited India to meet his new business partner Mukesh Ambani, who is Asia’s richest man with a net worth of $91.4 billion, as well as Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Economic Times (ET) reported on Tuesday, citing sources. Fink’s visit followed a deal to create a joint venture between BlackRock and Jio Financial Services (JFC) – the demerged financial lending arm of the Ambani-led conglomerate, Reliance Industries. In July, the companies announced a plan to invest up to $150 million in a 50-50 asset management venture named Jio BlackRock.


  • A Polish bishop, whose diocese was reportedly the scene of a sex party organised by priests at which Polish media say a male prostitute collapsed after taking erectile dysfunction pills, has resigned, the Vatican said on Tuesday. The statement did not give a reason for the resignation of Bishop Grzegorz Kaszak, saying only that the pope had accepted it.


  • China has dramatically increased its lead over the US in AI patent filings, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing data tracked by the World Intellectual Property Organization. Chinese companies and institutions applied for 29,853 AI-related patents in 2022, compared to 29,000 in the previous year. The figure is nearly 80% more than US filings, which amounted to 16,805 over the same period, a year-on-year decline of 5.5% in the country’s applications. Japan and South Korea rounded out the 2022 leaders, having applied for 8,870 and 7,899 AI patents respectively. According to the data, China has accounted for more than 40% of global AI applications over the past year.


  • Norway’s $1.4 trillion sovereign wealth fund, the world’s largest, has reported losses of 2.1% in the third quarter, citing financial market uncertainty. According to a statement on Tuesday, the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global lost 374 billion kroner ($34 billion) during the three-month period. Established in the 1990s to invest the surplus revenues of Norway’s oil and gas sector, the fund owns about 1.5% of global equities. It has invested in more than 9,200 companies in 70 countries around the world.


  • The Sun has always been very important in different cultures throughout history as a giver of life and energy, and helps us understand the direct relationship it has with life on the planet. Solar activity is an issue that seriously worries scientists, we are heading towards the highest peak of the 25th solar cycle in which we find ourselves, and the activity has increased exaggeratedly with increasingly intense solar flares reaching the Earth and continue… The electromagnetic fields generated by the Sun can disable all the technology we know, as happened in the Carrington Event and if it happened today it would take humanity back to the Stone Age. But its radiations, its solar rays full of luminous photons, are beneficial and can also promote the development of man, purifying the human race. If our life is based on low emotions, bad thoughts and wrong actions, then there is no doubt that intense solar energy will be very harmful, with disastrous effects on the body and psyche, as happened in Atlantis with an expulsion of coronal mass of destructive proportions. If instead we try to be light-hearted people, basing our life on humility and simplicity of heart, on harmony, honesty, on ethical, moral and spiritual principles, practicing meditation and prayer, then this will give us support protective energy and the powerful energy of the Sun will be a blessing that will bring us enormous benefits for the progress and development of our consciousness.


  • The United States is “navigating” an overlap between the defense demands of Ukraine’s and Israel’s respective conflicts, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Base Development and International Engagement Justin McFarlin said on Wednesday. “I think the good news is that there isn’t a 100% overlap between the kind of requirements of those two conflicts,” McFarlin stated at the ComDef conference in Virginia. Despite its production capacity challenges, McFarlin concluded that the United States “did not have an option” to support one conflict and not the other.


  • The peace and stability we enjoyed under President Trump is now a distant memory, as bloodshed, turmoil and instability are sweeping across the Middle East. Sadly, the death and destruction we are seeing on our tv’s can have dozens of unforeseen impacts on Americans. Global instability, on a scale we haven’t seen in decades, is not only possible – but likely – should the war in Israel expand to others in the Middle East. This instability will not only mean higher gas prices and increased inflation, but it could mean serious challenges to the supply chain. Supply chain issues would put pressure on an already stressed out healthcare system – a report prepared for the US Senate found that drug shortages were up 30% in 2022 – including shortages in common antibiotics and antiparasitics. ~ Z-STACK


  • President Biden will not appear on New Hampshire’s 2024 Democratic primary ballot, as the state’s insistence on retaining its “first in the nation” tradition — in contradiction of the DNC’s new primary calendar — is causing intra-party conflict. In 2020, Biden placed a crummy fifth in the New Hampshire primary, garnering just 8.4% of the votes and trailing Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren.


  • “Store your wealth in Bitcoin.” That was the message give by Ricardo Salinas, a prominent billionaire and the honorary chairman of TV Azteca, in an exclusive interview with Bitcoin Magazine reporter Isabella Santos last week. The rare sit-down interview, which marked the Mexican billionaire’s first Spanish-language interview on the topic. In the 20-minute interview, he discussed how the cryptocurrency can act as a safeguard against inflation and the pitfalls of traditional financial systems, the conversation taking place on the occasion of Salinas’ recognition by the Atlas Society, an organization known for promoting individualism and free-market philosophies. ~ Reed MacDonald


  • International diplomatic efforts to ‘control’ the situation in the Middle East are ongoing with French President Macron yesterday being the latest in a long list of world leaders and foreign ministers that have visited the region in the past weeks. Their messages are a broad mix of support for Israel and the acknowledgment of the pain its people have suffered as well as concerns over humanitarian conditions in Gaza (as the health care system has basically collapsed now), efforts to influence the future response of the Israeli forces and ideas about the future after the war. Each representative strikes a different balance in that message, but the overriding aim that they share, namely to prevent escalation of the conflict, will fall on deaf ears among those who have been directly involved and affected by the war. President Macron suggested that an “international coalition to fight Hamas” similar to that aimed at fighting ISIS should be set up, whilst “other Iranian-backed militant groups” are warned not to open new fronts in the war. In other words, allies may be willing to join Israel in a war against ‘terrorism’ and have its back for that, but in return Israel should ditch/adjust its plans to start a much broader and risky (ground) war against ‘terror’, potentially falling in the same trap the Americans have done several times in modern history, in particular after 9/11. ~ Elwin de Groot


  • Donald Trump warned Tuesday that America is more at risk from terror attacks from within than ever before in the history of the country owing to the wide open Southern border. “With the millions of people that Crooked Joe Biden has allowed into the United States through his ridiculous Open Borders Policy, mostly young men, and large numbers of TERRORISTS, the U.S. is more vulnerable from inside terror attacks than at any time in its history, BY FAR! MAGA,” Trump wrote on Truth Social.


  • Colombia – one of Washington’s most important regional partners for decades, and last year designated as a major non-NATO ally – had not been immediately vocal about taking sides when the war broke out, up until Israeli Ambassador Gali Dagan began nagging Petro about his stance. When Dagan asked the “friendly nation” to comment on Hamas’ attack, the Colombian President Gustavo Petro responded by saying that “terrorism is killing innocent children, whether in Colombia or Palestine.” It all went downhill from there.


  • Shakespeare provided us with the cautionary tale of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo mistakenly thought the unconscious Juliet was dead and abandoned hope, with tragic consequences. By analogy, if a species is mistakenly declared extinct, conservationists may give up on it. If the species, in fact, still survives, that could have tragic consequences that hasten the species’ eventual demise, such as no longer protecting its critical habitat. So, how do we decide if a species is really extinct? The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) manages the global Red List and provides the most definitive criteria: “Extinct” means there is no reasonable doubt that the last individual has died. “Presumed Extinct” means exhaustive surveys in known and/or expected habitat, at appropriate times (diurnal, seasonal, annual), throughout its historic range have failed to record an individual.
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Hidden Landscape ‘Frozen In Time’ Under Antarctic Ice

Scientists have discovered a vast, hidden landscape of hills and valleys carved by ancient rivers that has been “frozen in time” under the Antarctic ice for millions of years. This landscape, which is bigger than Belgium, has remained untouched for more than 34m years, but human-driven global warming could threaten to expose it, the British and American researchers warned. “It is an undiscovered landscape – no one’s laid eyes on it,” Prof Stewart Jamieson, a glaciologist at Durham University and the lead author of the study, said. The area, stretching across 12,000sq miles (32,000sq km) , was once home to trees, forests and probably animals. But then the ice came along and it was “frozen in time”, Jamieson said. Credit: Stewart Jamieson / Nature Communications

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Assyrian Cuneiform Tablet (2800 BC)

“The earth is degenerating today; Bribery and corruption around. Children no longer obey their parents, every man wants to write a book, and it is evident that the end of the world is fast approaching.” – British Museum

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Göbekli Tepe

This image perfectly shows the size of the pillars of Göbekli Tepe in Türkiye; the world’s oldest known temple! It was built around 12000-10000 BC, approximately 7000 years before the Stonehenge Circle. © Earthly Mission #drthehistories

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Aburi, Ghana

Sculpted dead tree that has stood for over 300 years, from Aburi Botanical Gardens located in Aburi, Ghana. The carving depicts proverbial people walking on top of each other to get to the top and the chief is always at the top. Artist Unknown.  #archaeohistories

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Diamond Beach, Iceland

Glacial ice on black volcanic sand that was once lava. 📹 bradenstanley

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Wangxian Valley, Jiangxi, China

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News Burst 15 April 2024 There are mounting concerns that Israel could strike back. If so, Iran warned Washington that US military bases could be in the crosshairs of missiles and suicide drones. "Our response will be much larger than tonight's military action if...

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News Burst 14 April 2024 Clothing factories that supply H&M and Zara are buying cotton linked to environmental destruction and land-grabbing in Brazil's Cerrado - a biodiversity hotspot where deforestation is soaring, research by the Earthsight nonprofit has...

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News Burst 13 April 2024 A top Biden administration official has for the first time declared that famine now exists in parts of the Gaza Strip, more than five months after the Israel-Hamas war began. USAID Director Samantha Power said it is "credible" to assess that...

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News Burst 11 April 2024 The Chechen Ministry of Culture announced the ban on its website last week, by the order of Culture Minister Musa Dadayev and with the agreement of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov. "Musical, vocal and choreographic" works will be limited to a...

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News Burst 10 April 2024 The government in Kiev has designated several circus troupes as enterprises of critical importance, whose employees will be exempt from mobilization, two lawmakers confirmed on Monday. The Traveling Circus of Ukraine and five other troupes...

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News Burst 9 April 2024 [Coincidences?] The solar eclipse is not an isolated natural phenomenon that occurs on April 8, 2024. NASA and the renowned CERN “God Particle” institute have chosen April 8 as the day to conduct some unique scientific experiments. Why is CERN...

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News Burst 8 April 2024 Explosion on Etna: a cloud of ash 5 kilometers high emitted from the Bocca Nuova crater. A strong emission of ash from the Bocca Nuova crater of the Etna volcano was observed by the INGV of Catania at 3.48pm. The phenomenon lasted about four...

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News Burst 7 April 2024 Tiny amount of radioactive iodine measured in Tromsø. The Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) underlines that the levels of Iodine-131 measured pose no harm to humans nor the environment. The measurement was seen when the...

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News Burst 6 April 2024 ​President Donald Trump's golf club in New Jersey was hit by the 4.8 magnitude earthquake that rattled the tristate area on Friday. A map of the impact puts the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster at the epicenter of the quake. The U.S....

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