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  • [WHAT?] Naki Sumo is a traditional ceremony performed as a prayer for healthy growth. Sumo wrestling is a traditional Japanese sport, originally performed as entertainment for Shinto deities. Today, Japan’s national sport is known for its rituals. The Japan’s Naki Sumo (also “Nakizumo“) Crying Baby Festival is a unique event where parents bring their babies to compete in a crying contest. Sumo wrestlers gently shake the babies while a referee taunts them to induce tears, shouting “nake, nake, nake!” or “cry, cry, cry” in English. If the babies don’t cry, scary masks frighten them into crying. The winner is the baby who cries first or the loudest.

 

  • Tech that comes with weak passwords such as “admin” or “12345” will be banned in the UK under new laws dictating that all smart devices must meet minimum security standards. Measures to protect consumers from hacking and cyber-attacks come into effect on Monday, the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology said. It means manufacturers of phones, TVs and smart doorbells, among others, are now legally required to protect internet-connected devices against access by cybercriminals, with users prompted to change any common passwords.

 

  • Portugal will not pay reparations for atrocities committed during the transatlantic slave trade and the colonial era, the government said on Saturday. The statement was in response to remarks made earlier in the week by Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, who said his nation should “assume full responsibility” for the colonial-era and find a way to pay compensation. Portugal’s colonial era lasted more than five centuries. The decolonization of some African countries only occurred in 1974 after the ‘Carnation Revolution’ led to the fall of the authoritarian Estado Novo regime. The territory of the Portuguese Empire in Africa included present-day Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and the island nations of Cape Verde, and Sao Tome and Principe.

 

  • A team of the Kathmandu Valley Crime Investigation Office today made public seven people, who were arrested with 1.768 kg of gold and Rs 14.360 million on Thursday. They were arrested from Indrachowk of Kathmandu and the team made them public today organizing a press meet.

 

  • An Aussie driver is copping flak from people everywhere over the way they transported their bizarre-looking load on a busy motorway — but people can’t decide whether the act is in breach of any road rules. Posting to social media, one person wrote “Only in Queensland” beside a photograph showing a car transporting the cabin of a utility truck on top of their Nissan Pulsar sedan. In the photo, it appears the load is tied down with straps, which is in line with the state’s guidelines for transporting bulky goods, however it’s not known how much the cabin weighs. The way the load is stored may be deemed dangerous by authorities and it appears to obstruct the view from the rear windscreen, which would make the act illegal.

 

  • Up until about two decades ago, when the International Astronomical Union downgraded Pluto’s status to a “dwarf planet,” the conventional wisdom was that our solar system has nine full-fledged planets. That may still be the case, researchers led by a Soviet-born California-based astronomer say. There is evidence to suggest that a mystery hidden planet is lurking in our solar system and we don’t know it yet, says Dr. Konstantin Batygin, a professor of planetary science at the California Institute of Technology. Batygin says his team’s latest theoretical research on the movement of Trans-Neptunian Objects, constitutes “the strongest statistical evidence yet that Planet 9 is really out there.” Batygin et al’s research, entitled ‘Generation of Low-Inclination, Neptune-Crossing TNOs by Planet Nine,” was submitted to arXiv last week, and is expected to be published in an upcoming issue of Astrophysical Journal Letters. The paper takes a closer look at TNOs with unstable movements caused by Neptune’s gravity.

 

  • In the vast expanse of the New Mexico desert, a mystery older than the famed Roswell incident has beckoned the curious and the skeptical alike. In 1945, years before Roswell became synonymous with UFOs, an event unfolded near San Antonio, New Mexico, that would later be dubbed as the “Roswell before Roswell.” This event involved the crash of a mysterious “avocado-shaped” UFO—an incident that has intrigued UFO researchers for decades. A military spending bill has thrust this enigmatic 1945 UFO crash back into the limelight, commanding the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) to re-investigate the occurrence.

 

  • Russian scientists are studying one of the most mysterious particles in nature: the neutrino. The first results of experiments conducted with the help of the Baikal deep-sea neutrino telescope Baikal-GVD were published in Physical Review D (PRD), a leading journal in elementary particle physics, last February. Russian scientists confirmed the presence of a neutrino flux of astrophysical nature previously discovered at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctica. “Until now, humanity has gained all its knowledge of the Universe through studying various forms of electromagnetic radiation. This includes radio, direct gamma rays, and ordinary light,” explained Grigory Domogatsky, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Head of the Laboratory of High Energy Neutrino Astrophysics. “In the last decade we have observed a transition to multichannel astronomy — when it becomes possible to study an object or phenomenon using different forms of astronomy. This includes the search for neutrino radiation.”

 

  • With the bright moon now out of the evening sky, we are given a chance to observe the felines of the mid-spring sky. We might refer to these as “Cat Nights,” although from an official standpoint April is actually the wrong time of year for them. “Dog Days,” are named for the Dog Star, Sirius, and begin in early July when the weather is hot and sultry. But then, the cat nights follow, when felines supposedly cry out with yowls that fill the night. Cat nights commence on Aug. 17, and the term stems from an old Irish legend about witches changing themselves into cats.

 

  • As the winter stars begin to depart in the west this first full month of spring, the ancient Lion — Leo — dominates high in the southern sky at dusk. Leo is among the most ancient of the constellations, with a backward-question mark curve of six stars making the creature’s majestic head and mane of a great westward-facing lion. Unlike most of the constellations in the zodiac, Leo with its Sickle, really can be pictured as its namesake: A lion in a reclining position, not unlike the Egyptian Sphinx. The Babylonians and other cultures of Southwest Asia associated Leo with the sun, because several thousand years ago the summer solstice occurred when the sun occupied this part of the sky. The lion most closely associated with this constellation is the Nemean one — the mythological beast which terrorized the Valley of Nemea and was unaffected by ordinary weaponry (such as arrows and spears) due to its impenetrable hide. Killing the Nemean Lion was the first of ten labors that King Eurystheus tasked to Hercules; a job that the king felt was all but impossible to fulfill. Hercules however, succeeded by grasping the lion in his arms and choked it to death.
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Astronomical Events in 2024

Astronomical Events in 2024

Welcome to 2024! There are plenty of events stargazers can add to their calendars.

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In Greek mythology, the Minotaur was a monster with the body of a man and the head and tail of a bull. Due to the monstrous form of the Minotaur, King Minos ordered the craftsman Daedalus and his son Icarus to build a huge labyrinth known as the Labyrinth to house the beast. The Minotaur remained in the Labyrinth receiving annual offerings. He was eventually killed by the Athenian hero Theseus.
The word Minotaur is a compound word consisting of the ancient Greek name “Minos” and the noun “Taurus” or “bull.” Thus, the word Minotaur comes to mean “bull of Minos.” While the Minotaur”s birth name, Asterion, is ancient Greek for “starry”, suggesting an association with the bull constellation: Taurus. ~ #drthehistories – 📷 Minotaur – Sculpture by Pedro Novoa

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Cloacked Mothership in Helsinki, Finland?
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The World’s Oldest Banking System – The Morocco’s Ancient Granaries (Igudar)

According to historians, the Igudar granaries in Morocco are the world’s oldest bank, going back as far as the 13th Century CE. Some historians believe they may even go farther than that since the granaries are as old as the mountains they are built in. These granaries belonged to the Amazigh people who settled in Morocco more than 4000 years ago. The Amazigh tribes mainly lived in the South of Morocco which is a mountainous area. They started to build granaries in the caves and cliffs of the mountains. ~ Archaeo – Histories

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News Burst 19 June 2024 The Ukrainian translator, at the Peace Conference in Switzerland, translated the Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni badly! The Ukrainian translator says: "If Russia does not agree, we will force it to surrender!" in reality Meloni says: "If...

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News Burst 16 June 2024 As a state, Ukraine is vitally – or fatally – dependent on the West: As the Ukrainian anti-corruption activist Martina Bohuslavets notes in the staunchly patriotic Ukrainska Pravda, Kiev’s “international partners finance not only the...

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News Burst 15 June 2024 ​In the era of hybrid work, with employees splitting their time between two days in the office and three days working remotely, employers have ramped up using productivity monitoring software. However, employees have outsmarted some of these...

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News Burst 14 June 2024 Saudi Arabia will not renew its 50-year petrodollar agreement with the United States, which expired on Sunday, June 9, 2024. This will allow the Saudis to sell oil in any currency, and not just in US dollars, as was previously the case.  ...

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