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  • NASA canceled its Artemis I mission to the Moon on Monday after engineers discovered an engine malfunction at the last moment, the US space agency said in a statement. According to NASA, the issue could not have been rectified on the spot. Engineers are now “looking at options to gather as much data as possible” to get to the bottom of the issue, the agency added. Additionally, a “crack in the thermal protection system material” of the spacecraft’s core stage was discovered.

 

  • The transition to renewable energy sources is one of the most difficult tasks facing the planet and it could take several decades, Tesla CEO Elon Musk told reporters on Monday. He stressed that the world must continue to extract oil and gas in order to maintain civilization, while continuing to also develop sustainable sources of energy. “Realistically, I think we need to use oil and gas in the short-term, because otherwise civilization will crumble,” Musk said during an energy conference in Norway, adding that he’s not one to “demonize” fossil fuels. At the same time, “we must have a clear path to a sustainable energy future.”

 

  • Talks with Turkey on Sweden’s accession to NATO have become more difficult, Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde said on Saturday. This is due to photos having emerged in July showing several left-wing Swedish parliamentarians posing with flags of a Kurdish organization Ankara considers terrorist. Speaking to the newspaper Aftonbladet, Linde indicated that the talks on the matter had become more complicated after Swedish MPs from the Left Party were filmed waving flags of the PKK in July at the Almedalen Week festival, an annual political forum held on the island of Gotland.

 

  • The streets outside a bar in a small town in Texas became the scene of a heated confrontation between people protesting a ‘family-friendly’ drag show hosted by the establishment and defenders of the event, some of whom were armed. The protesters accused the bar of “grooming children” by exposing them to sexual content, as they gathered to protest the show last Sunday. But according to reports from the scene on social media, they were outnumbered by activists from the opposite camp, who dismissed the demonstrators as ‘bigots’ and ‘transphobes’.

 

  • According to Republican senator Lindsey Graham, there is a two-tiered legal system based along political lines tailored to support Democratic president Joe Biden and undermine the former president, Donald Trump. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has denounced the “double standard” in US federal enforcement when it comes to Donald Trump. Weighing in on the FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate on August 8, he told Sunday Night in America on the Fox News channel: “Most Republicans, including me, believes when it comes to Trump, there is no law. It’s all about getting him. There is a double standard when it comes to Trump.”

 

  • Farmers in the states of Punjab and Haryana, popularly referred to as India’s grain bowl, reported a mystery dwarfing disease in their rice plants. The region witnessed a massive fall in wheat production due to the unprecedented heat wave in March this year. Indian Agriculture Research Institute (IARI) scientists have claimed that the southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus (SRBSDV), belonging to the genus Fijivirus, inflicts damage to all rice varieties in the Indian states of Haryana and Punjab. Uttarakhand farmers have also reported damage to their crops due to the virus, which is being transmitted by the white-backed planthopper.
    In a video message to farmers, IARI Director Ashok Kumar Singh said the virus has impacted 5 to 15 percent of the different rice varieties.

 

  • The United States, Armenia, Ukraine, Georgia, and six other partner nations said in a joint statement on Monday that the Biological Threat Reduction Program they are a part of has nothing to do with weapons. “Our governments have partnered openly and transparently through the Biological Threat Reduction Program, which is a part of the US Department of Defense Cooperative Threat Reduction Program,” the statement said. “These partnerships are devoted exclusively to peaceful purposes; they have nothing to do with weapons.” Iraq, Jordan, Liberia, Philippines, Sierra Leone, and Uganda are also part of the program, the release noted. The governments of the partner nations collectively believe that such cooperation should not be undermined, and instead it should be promoted and reinforced, the statement said. The cooperation between nations in this partnership against biological threats, such as the novel coronavirus, is important to protecting the health of humans and animals in these countries, the statement added. The governments, according to the joint statement, encourage all parties to the Biological Weapons Convention to work together, including at the upcoming Review Conference set to take place in Geneva from November 28 to December 16.

 

  • The alligator gar, also known as a “monster fish,” is a large freshwater fish species that has razor-sharp teeth and can grow up to three meters long. Normally found in North and Central America, it is believed that the alligator gar entered China through the exotic pet trade. According to the South China Morning Post, the alligator gar has been sighted in at least eight Chinese provinces, including Henan, Guangxi, Ningxia, Qinghai, Shandong, and the capital city Beijing. This has sparked fears of an ecological disaster, since the invasive alien species could harm local residents and the environment, which has few natural predators. Following a month-long hunt, the authorities in Ruzhou, a city in China’s Henan province, finally captured a pair of the invasive fish species over the weekend after draining an entire 200,000-cubic-metre lake. In July, a video of the “monster fish” captured by a local resident sparked uproar in the city that led to a month-long search operation in the lake.

 

  • Antique gold coins worth INR 12.5 million ($156,372), a metallic urn, a piece of gold and old gold jewelry were recovered during the reconstruction of a dilapidated house in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh, the state police said on Monday. “The treasure trove of archaeological importance was discovered by laborers while clearing the debris at the house, they then decided to not tell the owner and distributed the treasure among themselves,” Additional Superintendent of Police Devendra Patidar said.

 

  • Child-safety advocates are blasting Twitter and lining up to support a lawsuit that alleges the social network declined to remove videos depicting the sexual exploitation of minors despite pleas from a victim and his family. “It’s child sexual abuse material. He was 13 years old and being extorted. What the hell is Twitter doing?” asked Hany Farid, a professor at the School of Information at UC Berkeley. Farid, who has testified before Congress five times on issues of online safety and regulation, and others filed paperwork with a federal appellate court in San Francisco last week supporting the lawsuit. A respected nonprofit that works closely with the federal government to fight the sexual exploitation of children also supports the lawsuit because of Twitter’s alleged refusal to take down the videos despite the family’s pleas.

 

  • Pseudo-pacifistic organizations parroting Western talking points about the Ukraine crisis have accepted tens of millions of dollars in cash from foreign intelligence services, Alexander Grebenkin has alleged. “In February-March of this year, individual radical structures and individuals who received their ‘thirty pieces of silver’ from abroad attempted to organize so-called anti-war protest events. Now these events has become isolated and do not find support among the population,” the deputy Security Council secretary said in an interview with Russia’s Rossiyskaya Gazeta on Monday.
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