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  • In astronomy, a syzygy is a straight-line configuration of three celestial bodies in a gravitational system. The word is often used in reference to the Sun, Earth, and either the Moon or a planet, where the latter is in conjunction or opposition. Solar and lunar eclipses occur at times of syzygy, as do transits and occultations. This alignment creates gravitational pulls, enhanced planetary effects and amazing occurrences. When the planets line up in syzygy, it means that they are in a straight line relative to the Earth. This alignment is a rare occurrence and can have various effects on tides, gravitational forces, and the appearance of the night sky. However, it’s important to note that the planets rarely align perfectly due to their different orbital planes and distances from each other.


  • It is “very hypocritical” of the US to demand adherence to international law while not following other international regulations when it suits them, Mikael Valtersson, former air defense officer in the Swedish Armed Forces, told Sputnik. This is especially true “when the matter concerns a practical enlargement of US territory,” the former Sweden Democrat politician added. “The US often talk about the rules-based order or international law, but avoid signing international agreements to keep their options open; and not being bound by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea they therefore consider themselves not obligated to abide by decisions from the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf,” Valtersson said.


  • A project using new generative AI technology is taking the oral histories of displaced refugees and early-stage dementia patients and turning them into visual memories. The meteoric rise of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GEN-AI) has reshaped countless facets of several disciplines. While it brings unprecedented advancements, it also stirs deep concerns about potential impacts on global culture and identity. At the heart of this technological transformation is a research line at Domestic Data Streamers called Synthetic Memories – a project that helps to paint both a hopeful and cautionary tale of our collective future and interpretation of the past. Research into Synthetic Memories started by running a series of experiments using text-to-image generation to illustrate past memories from specific individuals. It was born from the convergence of human narratives and AI technology, and the output offered images crafted mainly from textual and oral descriptions.


  • Unlike the West, Moscow will never “ erase ” any foreign culture. Russia has no intention of erasing the culture of any country, President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday during a working trip to the Tver region. Moscow understands the difference between the people and the elites and respects each nation’s culture and considers its own as part of the world’s heritage, he added. The president was speaking to regional artists when the issue of attempts to “erase ” Russian culture by some Western countries was raised. According to Putin, Moscow has no intention of responding in kind. “We don’t have hostile nations, we have hostile elites in those nations,” the president said, adding that the Russian government has “never tried to cancel” any foreign artists or cultural performances. “On the contrary, we believe that Russian culture is part of global culture and we are proud of it . ”


  • The Supreme Court recently heard arguments in Murthy v. Missouri has refocused attention on the US government’s efforts to get social media platforms to suppress alleged Covid-19 ” misinformation ” and on the question of whether these efforts have crossed the ” line between persuasion and persuasion.” coercion ” and therefore constituted government censorship. But how could the government’s efforts not constitute government censorship when it had an actual ” Covid-19 Disinformation Monitoring Program” in which all the major online platforms were enrolled and which required them to submit periodic reports outlining , even quantifying, their suppression of what was considered “ false and/or misleading information that could cause physical harm or compromise public health policies? ” ~ Robert Kogon


  • In 2017, archaeologists working on a housing development in Fenstanton, England, stumbled upon a remarkable find: a skeleton with a nail lodged in its heel bone. This potentially gruesome discovery hinted at a rare Roman crucifixion, a practice rarely confirmed through physical evidence. Further investigation revealed that only one other confirmed crucifixion victim had been unearthed before – in Jerusalem during the 1960s. Recognizing the significance of the Fenstanton find, the archaeologists enlisted the expertise of renowned osteoarchaeologist and College Director of Studies, Dr Corinne Duhig, to delve deeper into the mystery. The investigation also included analysing artefacts found at the site, offering a glimpse into life in Roman Britain during the 1st century CE. The culmination of the investigation brought another groundbreaking achievement: a world-first facial reconstruction of a Roman crucifixion victim, meticulously performed by expert Joe Mullins.


  • Italian artist Andrea Saltini was stabbed at a church hosting an exhibition of his work in his northern Italian home town of Carpi, near Modena, on Thursday, sources said. The show, ‘Gratia Plena’, is at the centre of a row because it features works that have been called blasphemous by some. The masked attacker entered Carpi’s Sant’Ignazio church and started to slash paintings with a knife and spray paint over them, the sources said. When Saltini tried to stop him, the assailant cut his neck and fled, according to the sources. The artist was not seriously injured, the sources said.


  • Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has said that she told French President Emmanuel Macron about her disagreement with his recent remarks about the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine. “I did not agree with Emmanuel Macron’s words about the Ukraine conflict and I told him so,” she said. “I am convinced that we must pay attention to the tones we use.” The prime minister also touched upon recent discussions at an EU summit on civil protection that have sparked media speculation about Europe preparing for war. The summit was “exclusively about coordinated actions on protecting the population in the event of natural disasters,” she said.


  • The Ultra-Orthodox community of Israel is generally exempt from compulsory military service. Over the years, the state has tried to change this. These attempts have largely failed, in part because the country failed to pass a law that would regulate their service. Historically, Ultra-Orthodox Jews, who were a minority when the State of Israel was established in 1948, received exemptions from military service. Back then, it was agreed that they would serve the state by praying, even though some did enroll in the IDF, especially in times of war and in cities that were attacked by Arab armies. In December 2023, the Knesset passed a law that increased the age at which exemption from military service is granted, pushing it from 40 to 41 for ordinary reservists, and from 45 to 46 for officers. In addition, the Knesset is considering the possibility of increasing the number of days reservists are obliged to serve. Right now, Israeli reservists give the state 54 days over the course of three years. The plan is that they will now need to serve 42 days a year, or 126 in total. But Ronen Koehler – an Israeli colonel in the reserves and one of the key activists in Achim Laneshek (Brothers in Arms), an organization that unites reservists who fight for equality in military service – says the roots of the problem run much deeper. “It is true that the rabbis of the Ultra-Orthodox don’t want to expose their younger generation to modernity [by sending them to the IDF – ed.]. But what’s also true is that the more students they have, the more money their yeshiva [religious school] receives. They treat it as a business, and they have no plans to loosen their grip.”


  • The US is planning to increase purchases of military-grade explosives from Türkiye to ramp up production of artillery shells, after its stockpiles were drained by the Ukraine conflict, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday. Western nations are struggling to supply enough munitions to Kiev to sustain its fight against Russia. A global surge in demand for weapons components has undermined efforts by the US and its allies to produce more artillery shells for Ukraine. The US is already relying on Türkiye to replenish munitions stockpiles and intends to purchase Turkish-made propellants trinitrotoluene and nitroguanidine to deliver on its plans for domestic defense manufacturing, Bloomberg said citing anonymous officials.


  • A dust storm sweeping Amur Region in Russia’s Far East has turned the sky bright orange – an unusual phenomenon captured by local residents in photos and videos. A southwestern cyclone that hit the region’s capital, Blagoveshchensk, on Wednesday brought sand and dirt from China, according to weather experts. China has also suffered severe dust storms over the past month due to strong winds from Mongolia’s Gobi Desert. According to the local meteorological center, when air currents pass the territory of Mongolia and China, they raise dust, sand and particles of soil, taking them into the atmosphere and painting the sky orange or yellow.


  • Telegram should work harder to deny terrorists the use of its platform, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said in the wake of the Crocus City Hall attack. The alleged perpetrators of the massacre last Friday were reportedly engaged by the organizers though a Telegram group, which was operating in the name of the Afghanistan-based splinter organization of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS). Peskov was asked on Thursday whether the messenger app faces a ban in Russia because of this. He said this is not the case, but urged the owner, Pavel Durov, to “pay more attention” to the misuse of the platform. ”This unique and technologically phenomenal service, which flourished in our generation, is increasingly becoming a tool for terrorists, used for terrorist purposes,” Peskov told Russian online tabloid Life.


  • US President Joe Biden has claimed that he traveled by train “many times” over the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. The four-lane bridge, which had no rail lines, collapsed in the early hours of Tuesday morning after being hit by the Singapore-registered container ship Dali, operated by Danish shipping giant Maersk. Biden’s first public remarks on the disaster began with an apparent lie. “At about 1:30 [am], a container ship struck the Francis Scott Key Bridge, which I’ve been over many, many times commuting from the state of Delaware either on a train or by car,” the president said. The Amtrak line from Biden’s hometown of Wilmington, Delaware to Washington, DC takes a circuitous route around Baltimore, while the Greyhound bus line uses the Fort McHenry Tunnel to cross Baltimore Harbor.


  • Billionaire financier and civil society ‘philanthropist’ George Soros’ soft power empire needs no introduction, with his Open Society Foundations (OSF) grant making network active across the planet – including major global insecurity hotspots. In Syria – the Middle Eastern country rocked by a decade plus-long CIA-sponsored dirty war, Soros has taken a deep and personal interest in the ouster of President Bashar Assad, with the OSF sponsoring an array of legal and humanitarian initiatives, and offering PR support for the White Helmets – the media-savvy civil defense organization characterized by independent journalists as ‘al-Qaeda* Civil Defense’ over its documented ties to jihadists. So deep is Soros’ interest in the Syrian crisis that he has taken time out of his busy schedule to pen a series of articles in the Financial Times and Project Syndicate on the subject, accusing Russia of engaging in “war crimes” by striking terror strongholds, explaining why the 2016 operation to liberate Aleppo from jihadist control was actually a bad thing, and arguing that Moscow was “no ally against ISIS”* for the West (notwithstanding the outsized role Syria, Russia, Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon’s Hezbollah militias have played in crushing ISIS and other jihadists operating across the Middle East over the past decade compared to the US ‘anti-terror coalition’).


  • Recent statements by French President and aspiring Emperor Emmanuel Macron have generated speculation the proxy war between Russia and the West could escalate to a new and dangerous phase. To the consternation of other European leaders, Macron has repeatedly suggested France may send soldiers to the Donbass to avert the collapse of Ukraine’s diminished armed forces. Other countries would likely hesitate to join the French president in his quixotic endeavor, but analyst Scott Ritter speculates the increasingly anti-Russia Baltic States might be among the first to contribute troops. Tensions are already growing in the Baltics between nationalist forces and ethnic Russians who, as in other Eastern European countries, make up sizable minorities. Could racial strife lead towards violent conflict in the Baltics as it has in Ukraine?


  • Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen have helped develop a technique that uses neutrino sub-atomic particles to help find quantum gravity on Earth. The scientists, who published their research in the scientific journal Nature Physics, placed thousands of sensors over a square kilometer near Earth’s South Pole to monitor neutrinos, massless particles without electrical charge, from the atmosphere. The research could contribute to reconciling the two opposing fields of quantum theory and gravitation, one of the study’s co-authors, Tom Stuttard, an assistant professor at Niels Bohr Institute, told journalists. He described this “unification” as one of the most daunting tasks in fundamental physics. “It would be very satisfying if we could contribute to that end,” Stuttard stressed. Over 300,000 of the elusive neutrinos have been detected so far, but the ones in the study do not come from the deep space. They are generated in the Earth’s atmosphere as high-energy particles from space collide with nitrogen or other molecules.


  • Mars methane is hard to trace, but a solution might be on the way. An early-stage airplane concept called MAGGIE will soon kick off a nine-month NASA-funded study to explore its feasibility for soaring over Mars. It won’t go to the Red Planet any time soon, if ever, but there’s a clear science need for more flying vehicles on Mars. NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter, the first heavier-than-air vehicle to soar on Mars, finished 72 flights after arriving with the Perseverance rover in February 2021. While Ingenuity had a hard landing in January 2024 that grounded it for good, there’s plenty of room for more flying vehicles in the future. MAGGIE — short for “Mars Aerial and Ground Intelligent Explorer” — is designed to operate for a Martian year (nearly two Earth years) anywhere around the Red Planet. Flying 3,300 feet (1,000 meters) above the surface, one of its prime missions could be finding methane. That elusive molecule could be a sign of life, but scientists have had little luck figuring out its presence in the Martian atmosphere after decades of searching.

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Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa Sarcophagus (150-140 BC), a life-size Etruscan Terracotta Sarcophagus of an Etruscan noblewoman. It was found in Poggio Cantarello in Tuscany, Italy. “The sarcophagus is a masterpiece of Etruscan art. The deceased woman’s name is written in Etruscan across the base of the chest. Seianti was ostentatiously dressed for the occasion, wearing a fancy dress and cloak, with intricate draperies draped sinuously over her body and a crown, earrings, bracelets. and given that she is adorned with a necklace, she must have belonged to one of Chiusi’s wealthiest families. Reclining on a shallow mattress and a plump pillow, she holds an open-covered mirror in her hand and raises her right hand to adjust her cloak. The remains found in the sarcophagus belonged to a woman aged 50-55.” It was purchased by the British Museum in 1887.

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