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  • Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, began to erupt on Sunday for the first time since 1984, scientists monitoring the volcano said. According to scientists at the US Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory in Hilo, the eruption began just before midnight on Sunday. Webcams mounted on the summit caldera of Mokuaweoweo showed a vast fissure had opened in the crater, from which fountains of lava were pouring forth.

 

  • The outgoing White House chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, has criticized China for rejecting Western vaccines while continuing to impose lockdowns on its citizens. Beijing argues that its strategy has led to a lower death count. “Their approach has been very, very severe and rather draconian in the kinds of shutdowns without a seeming purpose,” Fauci said on Sunday in an NBC News interview. The 81-year-old Fauci, who plans to retire by the end of next month, criticized China’s ‘Zero Covid’ policies, despite previously praising similar zero-tolerance mitigation approaches in Australia and New Zealand.

 

  • Gaslighting, a term used to describe a form of psychological manipulation, is Merriam-Webster’s word of the year for 2022. The oldest dictionary publisher in the US defines gaslighting as causing the victim “to question the validity of their own thoughts, perception of reality, or memories,” among other things. A second definition is that gaslighting is “the act or practice of grossly misleading someone, especially for one’s own advantage.” Merriam-Webster Editor-at-Large Peter Sokolowski told AP on Monday that searches for the word rose by 1,740% this year. He added that there was no single event that prompted the sudden curiosity and interest in ‘gaslighting.’

 

  • According to Reuters, Boeing has proposed supplying Ukraine’s forces with the so-called Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) system, which would pair the $40,000 GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) with the relatively abundant M26 rocket motor. The weapon has been in development since 2019. In a document seen by the outlet, the manufacturer claims the availability of the necessary components would enable it to produce the ordnance and start delivering it to Ukraine as early as spring 2023.

 

  • The UK Defence Ministry has confirmed that Britain is supplying Ukraine with modern laser-guided Brimstone 2 missiles, shrugging off Moscow’s repeated warnings about the risk of triggering a direct conflict between NATO and Russia. The ministry posted a video clip on Twitter on Sunday, showing at least one pallet of the high-precision missiles being delivered from the Royal Air Force Brize Norton base in Oxfordshire to an undisclosed airfield. The missiles were part of a UK “aid package” for Ukraine, the ministry said, confirming earlier media reports of such deliveries taking place for some time. “This aid has played a crucial role in stalling Russian advancements,” the ministry claimed in its tweet.

 

  • New user signups on Twitter have hit an “all-time high,” the social media platform’s owner, Elon Musk, said in a tweet on Saturday. According to slides from a company talk he posted online, new signups averaged over two million per day in the seven days to November 16, up 66% compared to the same week last year. “I think I see a path to Twitter exceeding a billion monthly users in 12 to 18 months,” Musk said in another tweet early on Sunday.

 

  • The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a huge particle accelerator located on the French-Swiss border, is going into hibernation early this year due to European energy-saving efforts. CERN draws some 200 MW of electrical power from the French grid during peak consumption in the summer, roughly a third of what the entire city of Geneva needs. But during winter, when experiments at the LHC are put on hold, the figure drops to about 80 MW. In a year, the scientific organization consumes 1.3 TWh of electricity. The collider has a 27km ring of superconducting magnets that need to be cooled to almost absolute zero with liquid helium to control particles moving at speeds approaching the speed of light. Both the magnets and the cooling system are massive electricity consumers. The Super Proton Synchrotron, a smaller 7km accelerator that feeds particles into the LHC, is the second most power-hungry part of the facility.

 

  • Certain nations have been providing military aid to Kiev despite publicly denying doing so, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba claimed on Friday. In such cases, the arms are delivered through third parties, he said. Kuleba made the remarks in an interview with France’s Le Parisien newspaper. “Most of these third countries publicly say that they do not supply anything, but everything is happening behind the scenes,” he said without going into specifics about which nations are purportedly secretly bolstering Kiev during its conflict with Moscow.

 

  • History is being robbed. Ancient artifacts are being shamelessly looted before our eyes. During the 2003 Iraq War, looters trashed Baghdad’s history museum for three days. NATO troops did nothing. The looters unmistakably chose unique exhibits, indicating a direct order from above. Among others, a statue of the Assyrian demon Pazuzu, representing a creature from a parallel world or alien, the Annunaki, was stolen. The 2013 coup in Egypt, sponsored by the West, led to a pogrom in the Cairo Museum along the same lines.

 

  • The Horn of Africa nation of Somalia has been in state of a civil war for more than 30 years. During this time, the population of East Africa has faced countless acts of violence, many of which have been carried out by the jihadist organization al-Shabaab, which continues to carry out attacks to this day. Al-Shabaab (officially named Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen, meaning “Movement of Striving Youth” in Arabic) began its operations in 2006 in response to the Ethiopian invasion of Somalia. Since then, the Salafi jihadist group has become the Somali government’s main opponent in the country’s civil war – and one of the world’s most notorious terrorist organizations. After the group came under pressure in the early 2010s, losing previously seized territories, al-Shabaab embraced a strategy of terror and in 2012 pledged allegiance to Al-Qaeda. The name al-Shabaab is associated with numerous attacks in Somalia as well as abroad.

 

  • Apple is threatening to remove Twitter from its app store and has requested certain modifications to the social media platform, Twitter CEO Elon Musk confirmed on Monday. “Yes,” Musk said when asked if Apple is threatening Twitter’s presence or demanding changes to the social media platform. “Apple has also threatened to withhold Twitter from its App Store, but won’t tell us why.” Earlier on Monday, Musk posted a poll asking Twitter users whether Apple should publish all censorship actions it has taken that have affected its customers. The poll will close on Tuesday afternoon, but so far an overwhelming number of Twitter users support Apple being more transparent about any censorship actions it may have taken. Last week, Musk said he would create a new smartphone if the social network is removed from the Apple and Google app stores.
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[2019] Anthropologists have found Skulls of an unusual shape in the caves of Mount Bolshoi Tkhach in the Caucasus. The structure of the remains has generated a lot of controversy among specialists. Experts have put forward conflicting versions: from the skull of an ancient animal to an alien or even a Sumerian deity. “These remains are proof of the existence of another human race that existed in parallel with our species,” anthropologist and ethnographer Vladimir Melikov said. He is convinced that an ancient tribe is still hiding in the Caucasus Mountains.

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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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