News Burst 29 July 2022
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- Mysterious flying objects seem to be having their moment in Washington. In January, the Pentagon was tasked with setting up a permanent office to investigate sightings of ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’, commonly known as UFOs. Then in May, Congress held its first public hearing on the subject in over 50 years. This recent shift hasn’t stemmed nearly century-old theories about UFOs landing on Earth and coverups but to some, it’s a sign Disclosure, or complete transparency on everything the government knows about UFOs, might be on the horizon.
- A new species of snake has been discovered in the Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve, a World Heritage Site in China’s Sichuan Province. Named Gloydius lateralis, the species has a body about 45 cm long and large eyes; its skin is green and brown in color with four zigzag brown patches. It feeds on mice and is “active on sunny days by the roadside,” the researchers said. According to the team of zoologists who documented the new species, its venom is so strong that it can leave a human disabled. “The effect of the venom of this species still needs further study,” Dr. Shengchao Shi, a researcher with the team who discovered the snake, said, as quoted by the Daily Mail.
- In December 2020, India’s Health Ministry launched a strict “One needle, one syringe, only one-time” protocol in line with internationally observed standards of hygiene as set out by such organizations as the World Health Organization and UNICEF. Up to 30 students in India’s Madhya Pradesh state were vaccinated with a single syringe on Wednesday, English language news channel, Times Now, reported. According to the media outlet, a COVID-19 vaccination camp was set up at a school located in the state’s Sagar District. A video shared by a social media user on Wednesday night shows a man, known only by the name Jitendra, saying he vaxxed “about 30 students with a single syringe”.
- The only children’s gender identity clinic in the UK has been ordered to close after an independent review accused it of “rushing” kids into the use of hormonal therapy and neglecting other medical needs. Pediatrician Dr. Hilary Cass, who began the review into the Tavistock Gender Identity Development Service clinic’s work in 2020, expressed concern earlier over its rushed use of ‘puberty blockers’. These prescription drugs, which suppress the body’s release of hormones, have been issued to children experiencing gender dysphoria. The use of puberty blockers by the Tavistock’s clinic was previously the subject of litigation. Last year, the Court of Appeal overturned a 2020 ruling by a divisional court which stated that under-16s lack the capacity to give informed consent to this treatment.
- Despite repeated denials that he ever spoke to his son Hunter about the latter’s overseas business dealings, Fox News reported on Thursday that President Joe Biden met with at least 14 of Hunter’s business associates from the US, Mexico, Ukraine, China and Kazakhstan. “I have never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings,” Biden insisted in 2019. When last month Britain’s Daily Mail published a 2018 voicemail featuring Biden speaking to Hunter about a deal with Chinese oil firm CEFC, the official line remained the same, with White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre saying that “what the president said still stands.”
- A group of scientists from China has developed a low-cost, high-tech sponge that can suck drinking water out of the air, the South China Morning Post reported. The material can be used any time of the day, anywhere, for atmospheric water harvesting (AWH), and scientists have claimed this could be efficient in the “context of global water shortage.” The innovation team is headed by scientist Tian Ye, an associate professor with Northeastern University in Liaoning. According to the website, 1 kg of the high-tech material can soak up to 2.5 kg of water in a day outdoors, a quantity that can fulfill the minimum water requirement of a person. Lyu Tong, the paper’s first author, said the “unexpected innovation was made by accident.”
- The Ukrainian leader Zelensky was blasted online for posing for the Vogue magazine with his wife amid the ongoing military conflict. Tuesday’s article, which primarily focused on the 44-year-old first lady, features a series of shots of the couple taken by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz. In one photo, the two are seen hugging each other while seated at a table. In another, the first lady sits on a grand staircase as the president stands guard behind her. Another shows Elena standing beside the remains of an Antonov AN-225 Mriya surrounded by armed soldiers. “While we send Ukraine $69 billion in aid Zelensky is doing photoshoots for Vogue Magazine,” Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert tweeted. “These people think we are nothing but a bunch of suckers.”
- Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has told British broadcaster Piers Morgan that inflation and coronavirus are “nothing” compared to Ukraine’s struggle, and Americans should support aid for Kiev “until we win.” Speaking to Morgan in a recently-taped TV interview, Zelensky reminded Americans fed up with the flow of aid to Ukraine – more than $56 billion since February – that both countries are “fighting for absolutely communal values.”
- The FBI is instructing its agents to reclassify cases as ‘domestic violent extremism’, Republican Representative Jim Jordan has claimed, citing agency whistleblowers. Jordan argued that the FBI may be inflating the statistics to satisfy the Biden administration’s crackdown on the supposed threat of homegrown terror. “From recent protected disclosures, we have learned that FBI officials are pressuring agents to reclassify cases as ‘domestic violent extremism’ even if the cases do not meet the criteria for such a classification,” Jordan wrote in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Wednesday. “Given the narrative pushed by the Biden administration that domestic violent extremism is the ‘greatest threat’ facing our country, the revelation that the FBI may be artificially padding domestic terrorism data is scandalous,” Jordan continued.
- Researchers from Rice University in Texas have turned dead spiders into robotic grippers that pick up small objects, including other spiders. A video posted on YouTube shows researchers showcasing how they turned a dead spider into mechanical grippers using synthetically induced pressure. Daniel Preston, co-author of the study, termed this area of engineering as necrobotics and revealed that they carried out their test on wolf spiders, and found that their anatomy is perfect for soft-robotic grippers. “Despite looking like it might have come back to life, we’re certain that it’s inanimate, and we’re using it in this case strictly as a material derived from a once-living spider. It’s providing us with something really useful,” said Preston.
- Hammered over his handling of the US economy, Biden’s approval ratings have dipped below 30%. Published on Tuesday, the survey found that just 25% of Democrats and likely Democrat voters want Biden to run again, down from 45% in February. 24% want him to duck out of the race as they think he can’t win, while 32% don’t want him back in office. Enthusiasm for Biden is lowest among young Democrats, with just 18% of those under 45 preferring the 79-year-old as their party’s 2024 nominee.
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The Line, NEOM Project
The Saudi Arabian government has released visuals of a 170-kilometer-long skyscraper as part of the NEOM project. Announced by crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, The Line is a reimagined urban development linking the coast of the Red Sea to the mountains and upper valleys of northwest Saudi Arabia. The compact structure, 200 meters wide, represents a social and economic experiment. The city aims to be zero-carbon, through the elimination of carbon-intensive infrastructures like cars and roads, and will operate on 100% renewable energy, including the operations of its industries. The Line, it would consist of a 170-km (105-mile)-long skyscraper that would serve as home to approximately 9 million people – or roughly the same as the population of New York City. Putting aside all concerns on feasibility for now, The Line would be part of the larger Neom project and situated in northwest Saudi Arabia, near the Red Sea. We’ve no word on who’s responsible for the design, but Dezeen points the finger at Morphosis, which has previous form for producing ambitious and eye-catching building designs. The building would reach a total height of 500 m (1,640 ft) – which is almost as tall as the tallest building in the US – and would have a width of just 200 m (656 ft). It would sport a mirrored finish, which seems a strange choice in the hot desert sun, but the idea behind it is that it’s meant to somehow help this behemoth blend in with its surroundings, though perhaps that’s a lost cause. Its huge interior layout, meanwhile, would stack parks, schools and homes atop each other. The city aims to be zero-carbon, through the elimination of carbon-intensive infrastructures like cars and roads, and will operate on 100% renewable energy, including the operations of its industries.
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Beyond The Ice Wall
The photographs were taken in 1912 in Antartica by Captain Robert Scott and his crew. However, the photos were classified as soon as they returned to their base and reported the results. Scott and his crew were then reported missing. Since then, it has been a restricted area, with only a few governments around the world allowed to conduct limited research.
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