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  • The U.S. Navy and Air Force research laboratories are wrapping up a five-year joint effort to advance high-power microwave technology this summer with two months of testing in California. The High-Powered Joint Electromagnetic Non-Kinetic Strike Weapon, known as HiJENKS, uses microwave technology to disable an adversary’s electronic systems. The Air Force Research Laboratory and the Office of Naval Research are conducting the capstone tests at Naval Air Station China Lake. AFRL is also making progress on a more advanced version of its Tactical High Power Operational Responder (THOR), which uses HPM technology to disable drone swarms that pose a threat to military bases. The next-generation platform is named Mjölnir as an homage to the mythical god Thor’s hammer. AFRL awarded Leidos a $26 million contract in February to develop the Mjölnir prototype and deliver it in early 2024.


  • On May 21, 2022 Tom Turcich, from New Jersey, became the 10th person on record to achieve this remarkable feat, while his four-legged companion Savannah was the first dog to do so. The triumphant moment brought about the end of a seven-year, 48,000-kilometer (29,826-mile) journey that he’d spent even longer working toward. “It [walking] seemed like the best way to understand the world and be forced into new places,” he says. “I didn’t just want to go to Paris and Machu Picchu, I really wanted to understand the world and see how people were living day to day.”


  • Comet C/2017 K2 (PanSTARRS) has entered the inner solar system, and now’s a great time to look for it. The comet’s closest approach to Earth will be on July 14, 2022, but a supermoon on July 13 will brighten the sky. Astronomers first spotted the comet in 2017 using the Pan-STARRS survey instrument in Hawaii. At the time, they said it was the farthest active inbound comet they’d yet seen. It was between the orbits of Saturn and Uranus when they first saw it. Now it’s in the inner solar system, with closest approach to Earth on July 14. The comet will be closest to the sun several months later, on December 19, 2022. With a small telescope, you should be able to spot the comet throughout the summer.


  • Disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly has been behind bars since his initial arrest in July 2019 and was sentenced to 30 years earlier this week, after he was convicted on all nine counts in a high-profile sex trafficking case. Prosecutors said he had “preyed upon children and young women for his own sexual gratification” for decades. Convicted sexual predator R. Kelly has been placed on suicide watch at the New York detention facility where he is being held after he was sentenced to 30 years in prison on racketeering and sex trafficking charges, his attorney said. “Mr. Kelly was placed on suicide watch for purely punitive reasons in violation of his Eighth Amendment rights. MDC [the Metropolitan Detention Center]has a policy of placing high profile individuals under the harsh conditions of suicide watch whether they are suicidal or not (this was done recently with Ghislaine Maxwell),” Bonjean said in a statement, referring to Jeffrey Epstein’s co-conspirator who was given a 20-year prison sentence earlier this week. According to Bonjean, “MDC Brooklyn is being run like a gulag.”


  • Beijing has joined the renewed global space race and is considering building a lunar base. It never, however, hinted at any plans to claim the totality of Earth’s satellite. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson has stated that he is concerned with China’s lunar missions because he believes that Beijing wants to claim the moon for itself. His comments came in an interview with German news outlet Bild. Nelson argued that Chinese space exploration should be everyone’s concern because one day Beijing will allegedly land on the moon and say “it’s ours now and you stay away”. The NASA chief and former US politician went on to claim that Chinese lunar missions will be “military” ones, and that Beijing will use its moon base to study the possibility of shooting down other countries’ satellites.


  • The acting managing director of the Niger Delta Development (NDDC), Daniel Pondei, an accused government official, was clearly struggling to explain where the money intended for development went. After being accused of misusing public funds, a government official from the African country of Nigeria, who was testifying before a committee made up of MPs, feigned fainting, just to be left alone, local media reported. The unfortunate official pretended to be sick while being questioned, causing the committee to adjourn the meeting early. After he “fainted,” the lawmakers sprung into action, with one trying to stop him from choking.


  • Industrial robots help American workers to avoid injuries but increase the number of drug- or alcohol-related deaths and mental health problems, a new study published in Labour Economics has found. According to the study, a one standard deviation increase in robot exposure reduces work-related annual injury rates by approximately 1.2 cases per 100 workers. But less physical injuries apparently mean more mental health issues, since such robot exposure also resulted in an increase of 37.8 cases per 100,000 workers in drug or alcohol-related deaths. “On one hand, robots could take some of the most strenuous, physically intensive, and risky tasks, reducing workers’ risk,” said Osea Giuntella, an expert in labor economics and economic demography and an assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh. “On the other hand, the competition with robots may increase the pressure on workers who may lose their jobs or be forced to retrain.”


  • A large-scale malfunction of the major Japanese cellular operator KDDI has affected about 30 million users across the country, leading to a halt in the transmission of weather data, failures in a delivery service, and a massive shutdown of ATMs, Japanese media reported on Saturday. According to the NHK broadcaster, the malfunction of KDDI and the affiliated companies au, UQ mobile and povo led to a halt in the transmission of weather data from 430 out of 1,300 measurement points in Japan. The malfunction also disrupted the Yamato Holdings door-to-door delivery service, as couriers were left without communication, the broadcaster added.


  • The government has halted payments to citizens who received refugees, but nonetheless continues to supply Kiev with weapons. Warsaw residents took to the streets to protest continuing waves of immigrants from Ukraine on 2 July. “This is Poland, not Ukropol!” the protesters chanted on one of the videos that emerged online, apparently accusing the government of turning Poland into a state for Ukrainians. The protest coincided with the government ending its policy of paying citizens who host and feed Ukrainian refugees 40 zloty ($8.91) per day for each Ukrainian. Overall, some 3.57 million Ukrainians have entered Poland since the start of the Russian special operation in Ukraine. However, polls show that most of them are looking to move to other countries, with only 17% planning to stay in Poland.


  • A giant ancient monument linked to the legendary King Arthur is set to be dug up in Herefordshire, England. The grandiose tomb survived undisturbed for over 5,000 years, dating from 3,700 – 2,700 BC. The dolmen includes nine stones and a giant 25-ton boulder on top. “Arthur’s Stone is one of the country’s most significant Stone Age monuments. This gives a rare and exciting chance for the public to see archaeology in action,” Ginny Slade of English Heritage told the Daily Mail.


  • A clip depicting a Norwegian cruise ship hitting an iceberg near Alaska went viral this week, drawing comparisons to the infamous 1912 collision. The vessel – The Norwegian Sun – was en route to the Hubbard Glacier in Alaska when it struck a small iceberg, also known as “growler”.


  • Minnesotans who are 21 and older will be able to legally buy edibles and beverages that contain THC, the active ingredient in cannabis.
    The new law greenlights edibles and beverages that contain up to 5 milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) per serving and 50 milligrams per package. However, it appears that Republican lawmakers who passed it did not quite realize what they were doing. “I thought we were doing a technical fix, and it winded up having a broader impact than I expected,” said GOP Sen. Jim Abeler who chairs the Senate Human Services Reform Finance and Policy Committee.


  • Minister for Brexit Opportunities and Government Efficiency Jacob Rees-Mogg declared a crusade against “ridiculous” diversity training for public servants. He has ordered the government development hub to revamp those courses that “are subject to mockery”, and add training that would develop skills useful for the civil servants’ job. “There will be a new [training] curriculum coming which will stop these absurd courses being available”, Rees-Mogg told the Telegraph. Among the programs targeted by the politician is ‘Check Yo Privilege’, which he called “in its very name a politicized course”. It is run by the Cabinet Office and teaches officials to be aware of their own backgrounds when talking about British society. Another workshop mentioned by Rees-Mogg was run by the legal department and offered officials to imagine a “Japanese gay grandfather” in an exercise on empathy.


  • Prince Andrew “has no intention” of helping the US authorities in their Jeffrey Epstein probe, The Mirror reported citing a “well-placed royal source”. “He has nothing to say and nothing to add,” the source explained. “He sees no reason why anyone would want to speak to him and now that his case has been settled with Virginia Giuffre, he considers the matter settled.” The remark comes amid the calls to look into the associates and friends of the late American convicted sex offender and his girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell. Prince Andrew, who has just wrapped up his legal battle with one of Epstein’s victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, is still urged to “come forward and tell the whole story”.


  • North Korea’s (DPRK) nuclear missile program remains a major headache for the United States, and much of the wider world. Its development would not have been possible, however, without Pyongyang’s access to Soviet technology, specifically nuclear-capable hardware that remained in Ukraine after the collapse of the USSR. The US, South Korea and Japan share a lot of common goals, one of them being the complete de-nuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. US President Joe Biden has once again made this point clear at the 2022 NATO summit in Madrid. On June 14, South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin announced that North Korea had completed preparations for a new nuclear test. How does a country which is effectively cut off from the rest of the world even achieve this level of technology? You might be surprised, but we must go to Ukraine for answers.
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