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  • NASA engineer David Burns is testing theories around the EmDrive — a conceptual “helical” engine that could defy the laws of physics and create forward thrust without fuel. Such a creation would allow us to travel the far reaches of space. Back in 2001, British scientist Roger Shawyer theorized that we could generate thrust by pumping microwaves into a conical chamber. Some researchers do claim to have generated thrust in EmDrive experiments. The amount was so low, though, that the detractors believe the thrust may have even been caused by outside influences. These could be seismic vibrations or the Earth’s magnetic field. “The engine itself would be able to get to 99 percent the speed of light if you had enough time and power,” Burns told New Scientist.


  • US drugmaker Pfizer admitted on Friday that it “engineered” treatment-resistant variants of Covid-19 in order to test its antiviral medicine. The admission partially backs up earlier claims by an executive with the company who told an undercover reporter that Pfizer was deliberately “mutating” the virus to “preemptively develop new vaccines.” In a statement posted on its website, Pfizer said that it “has not conducted gain of function or directed evolution research,” referring to the practice of amplifying a virus’ ability to infect humans and the process of selecting ‘desirable’ traits of a virus to reproduce, respectively. However, the pharma giant said that it combined the spike proteins of new coronavirus variants with the original strain in order to test its vaccines, and that it created mutations of the virus to test Paxlovid, its antiviral drug.


  • Drug-testing company Averhealth, whose products were used by courts to evaluate parents’ fitness for custody of their children, is under investigation by the US Department of Justice for medical fraud, Vice reported on Friday, citing internal government emails. The Justice Department is specifically looking into allegations, made under oath by former lab director Sarah Riley, that Averhealth disregarded quality controls meant to ensure proper calibration of lab instruments, leading to incorrect results in as many as 30% of reports to Michigan’s child welfare agency. The company has denied the claims. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) suspended its contract with Averhealth.


  • Notebooks that US President Joe Biden kept during his time as vice president were among the items seized by the FBI during a search of his home last week, as part of a probe into his mishandling of classified documents, a person familiar with the investigation told NBC. Despite not being marked as classified, the notebooks were taken because they contain writing related to Biden’s official business within the Obama administration, including details of diplomatic contacts, the broadcaster reported on Saturday. The notebooks were a mix of records on personal and official topics, the source said, adding that pages with no sensitive data could also be considered state property under the Presidential Records Act, as they relate to the activities of the government.


  • The Associated Press has apologized and deleted a tweet advising journalists that ‘the French’ is a term to be avoided along with ‘the mentally ill’ and ‘the disabled’. The agency’s advice was ridiculed online, including by France’s Embassy in Washington. The Associated Press’ stylebook is considered one of the most authoritative guides on the use of the English language for journalists, and its 2022 edition comes in at a whopping 640 pages of rules on capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and jargon. The inclusion of ‘the French’ on the list caused a stir. Writer Sarah Haider joked that there is “nothing as dehumanizing as being considered one of the French. Rather, such individuals should be thought of as ‘suffering from Frenchness’ and deserve our compassion and prayers.”


  • Countries that refuse to accept their nationals back after they are turned away from the EU will face visa restrictions, the bloc’s interior ministers warned this week. They urged the European Commission to take action as illegal immigration to the EU reached its highest level since 2016. Support for restricting the number of visas granted to “non-cooperative” nations is “strong” among EU member states, Swedish Minister for Migration Maria Malmer Stenergard claimed after a meeting of interior ministers on Thursday. “We see irregular arrivals increasing… Returning those who are denied asylum to Europe is a very important issue,” Stenergard said. “The current level [of returned migrants] is not acceptable.”


  • Germany’s attempt to mock the trip of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to Africa has backfired after the African Union chided Berlin over the use of a stereotypical emoji. The criticism prompted Berlin to issue a hasty apology. On Tuesday, the German Foreign Office tweeted that Lavrov had embarked on a tour of Africa “not to see leopards, but to bluntly claim that Ukraine’s partners ‘want to destroy everything Russian’.” The word ‘leopards’ was depicted in the form of an emoji. Local officials, including Ebba Kalondo, spokeswoman for African Union Commission Chairman Moussa Faki, were unimpressed by the pun.


  • People who actively take pictures of themselves – selfies – do so to share these images on social networks, forward them to each other, and gather feedback from friends. However, it looks as though humans are not the only species to have this kind of fun. A black bear from Colorado went viral online as it took several hundred “selfies” with the help of a camera trap, US media reported. The curious animal was captured by one of the cameras installed by the City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP). The organization used camera traps to monitor the wildlife. As a result, of the 580 photos collected in this way, about 400 turned out to be portraits of the same beast.


  • A group of US military officials is quietly lobbying for sending F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine, US media reported, citing three anonymous sources familiar with the matter. According to the newspaper, the campaign for F-16s to Ukraine is gathering momentum in the Pentagon while Kiev is bracing for a planned offensive this spring. A senior Pentagon official told US media that he did not think the US Department of Defense was opposed to the idea, stressing that there was no final decision on the possible supplies yet. Meanwhile, Ukraine should clearly indicate that F-16 fighter jets are “its top priority,” the source said.


  • A radioactive capsule was lost while it was being transported from a mine to a warehouse in the city of Perth, Australia, in early January, but officials realized that it had been missing only 15 days later. The capsule, measuring 6x8mm, contains a small amount of radioactive Caesium-137, which can harm one’s health, and was lost during transport from a mine site in Newman to the suburbs of Perth in early January. However, officials realized that it had been lost only 15 days later.


  • At least 58 percent of Italians do not support the decisions of western governments to send weapons to Ukraine, according to a poll published on Saturday by an Italian newspaper. The respondents fear, in particular, that “Germany’s decision to send Leopard tanks – and on the whole continuous sending of weapons to Kiev” may lead to an escalation of the conflict with the possibility of direct involvement of NATO.


  • Ukraine could provide the United States and its allies with the titanium they need to build the fighter jets, warships, tanks, missiles, and other weapons required to confront Russia and China, sources on Capitol Hill with ties to the military-industrial complex have told US media. “Ukraine has really significant deposits of rare earth minerals, and if we play our cards right could actually be a really attractive alternative to Russian and Chinese sources, which is where a lot of dependency currently is,” one anonymous congressional staffer said.


  • A galaxy nearly 13.5 billion light-years away has been confirmed as the earliest galaxy found to date. Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) astronomers were able to date the galaxy, confirming the discovery first made by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). The previous record holder for oldest observed galaxy was GN-z11, thought to have formed roughly 400 million years after the big bang.
    The galaxy, named GHZ2/GLASS-z12 was first spotted in July 2022, not long after the JWST was turned on. The results were published in a paper in November but scientists wanted to confirm the results using another instrument.
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25 January 2023, Hobart Tasmania

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News Burst 30 January 2023 - Giraffes


Giraffes have a very familiar skin/fur pattern, but you probably never knew that there’s more than one and that they are different on a regional and genetic basis.

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The Great Wall Of India

Kumbhalgarh (literally “Kumbhal Fort”) also known as the Great Wall of India is a Mewar fortress on the westerly range of Aravalli Hills, just about 48 km from Rajsamand city in the Rajsamand district of the Rajasthan state in western India.

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Baja California Sur, México – 17 January 2023

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Beyond The Ice Wall

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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News Burst 20 June 2024 Several high-profile candidates have turned down offers to run aerospace giant, Boeing, The Wall Street Journal has reported, as the plane-maker faces scrutiny over multiple safety issues with its products. The aerospace giant announced in...

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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 18 June 2024 Will Fauci and his ilk answer for damage caused by Covid policies? The American pandemic czar has admitted he was just making up restrictions on the fly during the crisis.As with so many other issues, establishment bureaucrats just got in the...

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News Burst 17 June 2024 "If Russia doesn’t agree to our terms we will force them to surrender" – PM of Italy, Meloni @ International Conference on Ukraine in Switzerland   The U.S. House of Representatives passed a measure to automatically register men aged 18 to...

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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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