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  • South African scientists injected radioactive material into live rhino horns to make them easier to detect at border posts in a pioneering project aimed at curbing poaching. The country is home to a large majority of the world’s rhinos and as such is a hot spot for poaching driven by demand from Asia, where horns are used in traditional medicine for their supposed therapeutic effect. James Larkin, director of the University of the Witwatersrand’s radiation and health physics unit who spearheaded the initiative, told AFP he had put “two tiny little radioactive chips in the horn” as he administered the radioisotopes on one of the large animals’ horns.

 

  • Spanish customs officers intercepted a submarine believed to be carrying drugs off Spanish Cadiz coast, police said. The operation ended with the arrest of the four Colombian crew members, who were rescued after sinking the vessel 280 miles west of the coast of Cadiz when the police arrived, they said. The semi-submersible was swamped within minutes and sank with its cargo to the bottom of the sea. The investigators pointed out that the semi-submersible vessel was similar to other ‘narco-boats’ located in previous operations, and due to the location of the intervention as well as the behavior of the detained crew, they believe it was carrying cocaine on board.

 

  • Another potential whistleblower has come forward claiming he was fired for filing a complaint that Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner planes were built unsafely. Boeing has been under intense scrutiny in recent months since a door tore off one of the company’s jets during an Alaska Airlines flight in January and left a hole in the fuselage. The complaints were filed Wednesday by lawyers for Richard Cuevas, a mechanic at Strom, a contractor for Boeing’s manufacturing partner, Spirit Aerosystems. Cuevas says he witnessed improperly drilled holes in the nose portions of 787 planes at a facility in Kansas in 2023. According to the mechanic, the observed gaps could “compromise power and air pressure on the planes, creating serious risks for the safety of passengers”. on board” and potentially lead to a “catastrophe.”

 

  • Russia’s Far Eastern city of Vladivostok has abandoned the practice of separate waste collection for recycling, due to operating setbacks, local media reported on Thursday. The VladNews website, citing a local environmental body, wrote that the city has been struggling with a lack of infrastructure and staff to remove and process the waste. As a result, a decision was made to start removing recycling containers throughout the city. “It is physically impossible to cope with the current problems, so first of all we need to restore order,” Aleksey Borisov, the acting director of the Primorsky Environmental Operator (PEO), was quoted as saying. PEO is part of the Russian Environmental Operator (REO), a public company established by President Vladimir Putin to form a new system for handling solid municipal waste.

 

  • Israel is developing plans to build the country’s first supercomputer with a view to developing new artificial intelligence technologies, the CEO of the state-backed innovation authority said in a statement on Wednesday. Dror Bin said $250 million had been allocated for a national AI program that encompasses government, industry and academia. The majority of the program will be completed by the end of this year, with the remaining measures being taken before the end of 2027. “Our goal is to make sure that Israel sustains its leadership, ranking and position in the AI race in the world,” Bin said.

 

  • Toys ‘R’ Us just debuted its first commercial using OpenAI’s video-to-text program, Sora, and the internet is not impressed. While a few fans appreciated the effort, the majority of social media users were horrified, describing the commercial as a “fever dream” and “uncanny.” One user even commented on the unsettling appearance of the characters, while another, possibly from the film industry, humorously reassured that human jobs are safe for now.

 

  • Last night, ZeroHedge brought together four prominent pundits to debate one of the most combustible topics of the day: illegal immigration across the porous US border. Immigration is the most important political problem facing the US today according to Gallup and about a half-dozen other pollsters, not to mention at least half of America. If you missed it, here were the highlights: In response to arguments put forth by author Ryan Girdusky that immigrants lower American wages, The Hill correspondent Robby Soave dismissed it as a tactic of the left. “The economy arguments are nonsense.”

 

  • Russian lawmakers have prepared a draft bill that would ban child-free ideology in the country, Deputy Justice Minister Vsevolod Vukolov has said. The active promotion of childlessness has become increasingly common over the past decade, and is an “extremist ideology” that Russia should resist, Vukolov argued on Thursday in a speech at the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum. “We are now actively preparing bills to prevent the spread of child-free ideology,” he said. One should not be able to promote ideas that “nowadays girls, especially young ones, do not need to give birth, they can do without children,” the official added.

 

  • The failed coup attempt in Bolivia was likely a “direct outgrowth” of Bolivian President Luis Arce’s appearance at the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum earlier this month, and the United States was possibly involved, says retired CIA intelligence officer and State Department official Larry Johnson. “The timing of it coming three-four weeks after the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum, in which the Bolivian President Arse was prominently featured at the main event with President [Vladimir] Putin, [is important]” Johnson notes, referring to the coup attempt. “So, it could be, this was an attempt to again, create some additional embarrassment going after, dethroning a guy, who was associated so closely with President Putin.” “The fact that countries like Bolivia and Brazil are seen creating alliances with Russia and China is rejected by Washington, that’s seen as a problem,” he adds, noting that “the relationship of the United States with the Bolivian military goes way back.”

 

  • Ancient Australian rocks have helped scientists find the remains of our planet Earth’s “original” crust, new research has revealed. The Earth formed about 4.5 billion years ago from the crystallization of the surface magma ocean. A team of scientists from the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Curtin University, Perth, has found a method to peer into that deep primordial crust. Believed to be almost 4 billion years old, the rocks in the Murchison District of Western Australia are among the oldest. The study, published in Communications Earth & Environment, explains how geological structures known as dikes can transport tiny fragments of minerals from a depth of at least 50 kilometers to the surface. The team examined structures in rocks near the town of Collie, in the southwestern region of Western Australia. The study dated grains of the semiprecious mineral zircon which contains traces of uranium. Because uranium decays into lead over time, measuring the ratio of lead to uranium in zircon crystals can reveal their age, some of which date back as far as 3.44 billion years.

 

  • Everyone poops, including astronauts. Human feces are full of microbial life and the problem of managing and disposing of extraterrestrial biological waste will need to be addressed. These topics are important now that there is a push, from both governments and commercial actors, to bring humans to the surface of the Moon, potentially for stays of weeks, months or, in the most optimistic views, indefinitely. “If there’s going to be humans living permanently on the moon, you don’t want bags of poo lying around,” says Melissa de Zwart, a professor at the University of Adelaide who specializes in the legal and regulatory aspects of outer space or environments, including the moon. “It’s a hazard. It’s unsightly. It’s not what we want to do. So the question is, what are the environmental standards that we will apply? We don’t currently have any hard and fast rules.” “When the biological functions of man are discussed, they are more likely to evoke laughter than to stimulate interest,” lamented the authors of a 1971 paper on the subject. But despite the taboo nature of the topic, the team emphasized its centrality to human spaceflight, noting that “the astronauts have learned quickly the importance of gravity in the mechanics of defecation.”

 

  • NASA has given Elon Musk’s SpaceX permission to destroy the International Space Station (ISS) by 2030. The space station has been continually occupied since 2000 by astronauts doing more than 3,300 scientific experiments above our heads. Since 1998, the US, Russia, Japan, Europe and Canada have maintained different sections of the ISS. The agreements to jointly run the space station marked a new era of global cooperation after the Cold War. But when those agreements run out, the space station will need to be brought out of orbit and Elon Musk’s SpaceX has been given the $843m (£666.4m) contract to do it. The company will build a vehicle to tow the space station through the atmosphere where it will “destructively break up”
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News Burst 20 July 2024 A massive Microsoft outage has sparked chaos around the world - grounding flights and knocking hospitals, GP surgeries, train services, banks, stock exchanges and TV channels offline. The technical fault has caused Windows computers to suddenly...

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