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  • Amazon introduced Halo Rise—a new, multi-purpose bedside tracker dedicated to helping improve your sleep. Halo Rise uses built-in sensor technology, quietly working in the background to provide highly accurate insights and personalized sleep analysis. It comes with six months of Halo membership for $139.99 and will ship later this year. “Quality sleep is an incredibly important factor in our overall health and well-being. In today’s busy world, getting more and better sleep is one of the areas that customers ask us about the most, which is why we’re tackling sleep head on,” said Melissa Cha, vice president of Amazon Smart Home and Health. “Halo Rise is designed to work intelligently in the background and give you an entirely new and effortless way to manage your sleep and achieve sleep-life harmony.”

 

  • Lawyers for former President Donald Trump are resisting a federal judge’s instruction to submit a sworn declaration on whether they believe the government’s list of property taken from Trump’s Florida estate is accurate.

 

  • A study conducted jointly by Microsoft and the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) HAS revealed that India’s artificial intelligence (AI) market is expected to witness 20 percent growth in next five years. The country is one of the top three talent markets, producing 16 percent of the world’s AI talent pool. Conversational AI, which started with the inception of Apple’s Siri in 2011 followed by Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana in 2014, is witnessing exponential growth across the globe as AI adoption has surged.

 

  • Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries said on Thursday that it developed a concept of the advanced light water nuclear reactor SRZ-1200 with increased safety based on the lessons of the nuclear disaster on the Fukushima nuclear power plant in 2011. “The SRZ-1200 is a 1,200MWe [megawatt electrical] class advanced light water reactor designed based on enhanced Japanese regulatory safety standards which incorporates lessons learned from the Fukushima Daiichi accident,” the company noted. The new reactor has additional safety functions in comparison with conventional reactors, strengthening its resilience against natural disasters and reducing risk of nuclear emissions, according to Mitsubishi.

 

  • Once unthinkable, mobile phones could go dark around Europe this winter if power cuts or energy rationing knock out parts of the mobile networks across the region. Currently there are not enough back-up systems in many European countries to handle widespread power cuts, four telecoms executives said.

 

  • The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday proposed a new set of standards that food products must meet to be labeled “healthy.” The new rules would align the definition, which has not been updated since 1994, with “current nutrition science,” the watchdog said in a statement. Under the updated definitions, in order to obtain a “healthy” label, the products should satisfy two criteria. First, they need to contain “a certain meaningful amount” of food from at least one of the food groups or subgroups recommended by the ‘Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020-2025,’ such as fruit, vegetable or dairy. Second, the foods should adhere to specific limits of certain nutrients, such as saturated fat, sodium and added sugars. According to the FDA, in a bid to secure a “healthy” label for their products, manufacturers might include more “fruits, vegetables, dairy and whole grains, and limit saturated fat, sodium, and added sugars” in their products.

 

  • The military has been deployed to protect Norwegian energy facilities in the wake of the suspected sabotage attack on Russia’s Nord Stream 1 and 2 undersea gas pipelines, Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere has said. “Military forces will be more present and visible near our oil and gas installations,” Stoere told reporters at a press conference on Wednesday. “The information we have received today further strengthens assumptions that the damage [to the pipelines] is a deliberate act. It has created a very serious situation.”

 

  • Some major advertisers including Dyson, Mazda, Forbes and PBS Kids have suspended their marketing campaigns or removed their ads from parts of Twitter because their promotions appeared alongside tweets soliciting child pornography, the companies told Reuters.

 

  • Using the 8.1-meter Gemini North telescope in Hawaii, astronomers have managed to locate the remains of what might have been one of the first stars to appear in the universe. According to a press release by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, scientists analyzed “one of the most distant known quasars” and now postulate that the ratio of chemical elements they discovered could only be the result of a first-generation star exploding as a pair-instability supernova. A pair-instability supernova is theorized to be a much more powerful version of a supernova explosion, none of which have been observed so far. They are believed to have occurred when a truly massive star with a mass between 150 and 250 times that of our Sun reaches the end of its life. If the astronomers’ hypothesis is correct and the object of their research is indeed a remnant of a pair-instability supernova, their discovery could shed further light on how the matter in the universe evolved over time, the press release pointed out.

 

  • Mystery of Jupiter’s metallic oceans and enormous magnetic field. “It’s a shame we don’t have it naturally here on earth, but on Jupiter, there are oceans of metallic hydrogen. We want to find out how these oceans give rise to Jupiter’s enormous magnetic field,” observed Mohamed Zaghoo with the University of Rochester’s Laboratory of Laser Energetics (LLE) and colleague Gilbert ‘Rip’ Collins, director of the high-energy-density physics program. Astrophysicists have long thought that terrestrial planets with magnetic fields are better able to sustain gaseous atmospheres and are more likely to harbor life. One of the biggest mysteries surrounding Jupiter is how it generates its powerful magnetic field, the strongest in the solar system. One theory is that about halfway to Jupiter’s core, the pressures and temperatures become so intense that the hydrogen that makes up 90 percent of the planet loses hold of its electrons and begins behaving like a liquid metal. Oceans of liquid metallic hydrogen surrounding Jupiter’s core would explain its powerful magnetic field.
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The Cliffs South Of Dún Aonghasa On Inis Mór

This is a called Serpents Lair of Inis Mór, located in the Ireland. We were told this granite has naturally been formed hundreds of thousands of years ago, which is hard to believe that a nature would cut out a PERFECT rectangle out of a granite stone. Judging by the look of this, I can tell that the ancient builders have created this rectangle hole which works like a sink, so that when the tide comes in from the sea, the water goes into this hole, and via underground tunnel and goes back into the ground. Not only did the ancient builders create everything with a purpose in mind, they also unquestioningly had electric power tools in order to do so. ~ awakenedspecies

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US Navy Veteran, former nuclear physicist and special projects manager at Los Alamos National Lab, Oke Shannon, implies that people in Pentagon saying that UFOs are demonic are themselves the evil ones deceiving people before “God’s return” (the Shift to 5D). ~ Kabamur

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