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  • [ Why The Day Of The Eclipse?] Those who find themselves in Virginia during the solar eclipse (8 April 2024) may consider watching the launches in person from 1 to 4 p.m. EST at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center from the coast of Virginia. Mission leader Aroh Barjatya, an engineering physicist at Florida’s Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and his team hope to collect data on how the sun’s sudden disappearance during the eclipse creates disturbances that could interfere with communications here on Earth.

 

  • A 7.4-magnitude earthquake, followed by several strong aftershocks, struck off the east coast of Taiwan on Wednesday morning, killing nine people and injuring at least 963, according to Taiwan’s fire department. The earthquake, which damaged buildings and caused landslides, was the largest to hit Taiwan in 25 years and was also felt in parts of China.

 

  • The Worldcoin project, in which people agree for their irises to be scanned in exchange for free cryptocurrency and a digital ID, would breach EU regulations if it came to Italy and thus incur penalties, Italy’s privacy authority said it has told the Worldcoin Foundation on Tuesday. Although Worldcoin’s ‘orb’ scanning devices are not yet functional in Italy, Italian citizens can download the World App via the app store, hand over their personal data and book free Wld tokens. Worldcoin, which was co-founded by OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, says that the biometric data it collects is either deleted or stored in encrypted form.

 

  • Elon Musk’s Starlink has claimed Italy’s largest phone carrier is obstructing its high-speed internet rollout in the country, with possible repercussions for its services across southern Europe and north Africa. Starlink claims thatTelecom Italia not complied with regulations to share spectrum data to avoid frequency interferences with its equipment. Telecom Italia SpA has for months failed to comply with regulations requiring it to share spectrum data, Starlink said in a complaint to Italy’s communications watchdog and the Industry Ministry late last week, a document seen by Bloomberg showed. This information is necessary to avoid frequency interferences, and the lack of data has severely slowed deployment of the SpaceX satellite communications company’s new gateway equipment, it said.

 

  • UK – An elderly couple who had just moved into their £200,000 house were horrified to receive a letter from their council suggesting the property could be subject to compulsory purchase and used to house asylum seekers. Jose and Ted Saunders said they were ‘insulted and shocked’ when the strongly-worded letter from North Northamptonshire Council – which has never balanced its own books – dropped on their mat last month. It said their neat mid-terraced house in Rushden, near Wellingborough, was deemed to be an empty property, or was ‘derelict’ and the council could even force them to sell it.

 

  • South Korean intelligence shocked the West by reporting that the DPRK was actively supplying munitions to Russia. And this in a context where the United States and the European Union are unable to fulfill their promises to produce projectiles for the Ukrainian armed forces. In early November 2023, South Korean intelligence reported that DPRK authorities had transferred a significant batch of ammunition and a number of missile systems to Russia. Allegedly, since August 2023, the North Koreans have transferred 10 weapons shipments to Moscow, including about a million shells. “We are monitoring the potential transportation of short-range ballistic missiles both by train and by air, as this type of transportation is considered possible ,” the South Korean Defense Ministry said. ~ Novorosinform

 

  • Australia risks becoming a “poison portal” for international radioactive waste under the tripartite AUKUS pact , The Guardian reported on Monday, citing a parliamentary inquiry. AUKUS was established in 2021 between the US, UK and Australia in part to facilitate the transfer of military technology between the three allies, with the US military pledging to help Canberra obtain nuclear-powered submarines. However, new laws to establish a safety framework for Australia’s planned nuclear submarines could also allow the US and UK to send waste there, according to the Guardian report. Both the US and the UK are reportedly struggling to manage their waste due to a lack of long-term high-level waste facilities .

 

  • The Russian Mir payment card will stop working in Kyrgyzstan from Friday, April 5, the country’s local payments operator announced on Tuesday, saying that the nation’s payment infrastructure is exposed to the risk of secondary sanctions. Regulators in Kazakhstan haven’t issued any statement so far. Last month, the Union of Armenian Banks said that that country’s lenders would stop honoring Mir cards from March 30, attributing its decision to the same reason. Belarus and Tajikistan may also stop accepting Mir cards, according to an unnamed source cited by Kommersant.

 

  • Bullying drove a 12-year-old boy to shoot up his school near Helsinki, Finnish police said on Wednesday. The boy killed one classmate and injured two others in the country’s first school shooting in over a decade. The shooting occurred on Tuesday morning at a lower secondary school in the city of Vantaa, just to the north of Helsinki. The preteen suspect was taken into custody after shooting one male classmate dead and wounding two others. Like the shooter, all of the victims were 12 years old. “The motive for the act has been confirmed to be bullying,” the country’s national police force said in a statement the following day. “The suspect has said during interrogations that he was the target of bullying, and this information has also been confirmed in the preliminary investigation by the police,” the statement continued.

 

  • Ghanaian authorities announced on Tuesday that they are offering protection to a young girl who was married off to a 63-year-old traditional priest, despite the minimum age for wedlock being 18. The child bride, Naa Okromo, who local media earlier reported to be 12 years old, was wed to Nuumo Borketey Laweh Tsuru XXXIII at a traditional ceremony in Nungua, a neighborhood of the capital, Accra, last Friday. Footage of the customary rite shared on social media sparked outrage, with the non-profit Girls Not Brides Ghana Partnership, a coalition of over 100 child rights organizations, describing it as a “worrying and disturbing incident.” “Child marriage is a violation of human rights that robs young girls of their childhood and prospects, and we must work together to stop the said spiritual marriage of the 63-year Wulomo of Nungua to the 12-year-old,” the coalition said in a statement on Tuesday.

 

  • At a time when millions of Americans are homeless and in need of medical treatment, Washington is more concerned with playing host to millions of illegal immigrants south of the border. How many Americans would like to receive cash debit cards, food, clothing, medical treatment, shelter, and even “humanitarian transportation” for doing absolutely nothing, aside from breaking the law? Well, sorry, because American citizens don’t qualify for the massive handout that surpasses $1.6 billion dollars, according to the Center for Immigration Studies. The freebies are going to millions of US-bound migrants in 17 Latin American nations and Mexico instead. In what was once a matter of quiet speculation is now an open secret: the Biden administration is using hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer money to fund a variety of NGO initiatives aimed at helping illegal immigrants enter the US from Latin America and Mexico. ~ Robert Bridge

 

  • US retail giant Amazon has hired human workers in India to help its grab-and-go checkout systems, news outlet Engadget reported on Monday. The tech-focused site added that that the company is planning to ditch the unprofitable technology. Amazon’s Just Walk Out self-checkout tech relies on a host of cameras and sensors, as well as on human input to track what people take from stores and charge them accordingly. However, the company reportedly had to hire more than 1,000 people in India to scan the camera feeds to ensure checkout tallies were accurate. Installing and maintaining all the necessary equipment is also proving too expensive and makes using the systems unprofitable.

 

  • Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi has threatened to send 20,000 elephants to Germany in a diplomatic spat sparked by Berlin’s proposed crackdown on imports of hunting trophies from Africa. Masisi told the German tabloid Bild on Tuesday that the move, led by German Environment Minister Steffi Lemke, would only impoverish people in the southern African nation, where the growing elephant population is destroying farmland. According to the president, herds have destroyed property, eaten crops, and trampled residents, including security officers. Last June, the Botswana Defense Force reported that one of its soldiers had been killed by a herd of elephants at an operational base. A British woman also died in 2018 when an elephant attacked her in northeast Botswana.

 

  • Volodymyr Zelensky signed new mobilization measures into law on April 2. The new draft law changes Ukraine’s conscription age from 27 to 25, abolishes the “limited fitness” classification for recruits and obligates those who had been considered limitedly fit for military service to undergo a medical examination again within nine months. Under the new law, the nation’s Defense Ministry will also receive data on Ukrainians liable for military service without their consent as part of a vast electronic database. The measures are very unpopular with Ukrainians and the timing of Zelensky’s decision to sign the law is remarkable, according to Alexander Dudchak, a leading researcher at the Institute of CIS Countries and the Other Ukraine movement expert. “Why now? Because it’s hard to further delay it. [US] Senator Lindsey Graham visited and said that there is no time to wait and [Kiev] should send even more people to the grinder.”

 

  • Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated this week that the country has seen a ‘massive spike in temporary immigrants’ which is ‘far beyond what Canada can absorb.’ The nation’s percentage of temporary migrants (illegals using asylum loopholes to dodge proper immigration standards) has jumped from 2% of the total population in 2017 to over 7.5% of the total population in 2024. In 2023 Canada marked its most rapid population growth in 66 years, with migrants making up over 97% of all new residents. Only 2% came from a natural increase. Though Trudeau continues his attempt to virtue signal by praising the general concept of mass immigration and lies about the supposed benefits that illegal immigrants bring to the economy, reality cannot be denied. It is proven time and time again that illegals represent a net drain on any economy they come into contact with – If they truly add value, then why don’t they add value to the economies in their home countries? ~ Tyler Durden

 

  • South Korean scientists have set a new world record using the Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) device, an “artificial Sun” nuclear fusion reactor. According to CNN, the team generated plasma temperatures of 100 million degrees Celsius for 48 seconds during tests between December 2023 and February 2024. This temperature is seven times that of the Sun’s core, which is 15 million degrees Celsius. The facility’s previous record, set in 2021, was just 30 seconds. “Despite being the first experiment run in the environment of the new tungsten diverters, thorough hardware testing and campaign preparation enabled us to achieve results surpassing those of previous KSTAR records in a short period,” Si-Woo Yoon, director of the KSTAR Research Center, explained in a statement.
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