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  • The glorious black birds of the sky, who are otherwise known for their intelligence, may also soon be doing some social work on the streets. Crows in Sweden are cleaning up the streets and squares that humans littered. Corvid Cleaning, the Swedish company behind the method, is recruiting crows as part of a reward-based, low-cost system to clean to tidy Södertälje, a city not too far from the Swedish capital of Stockholm. For every cigarette butt the crows collect and deposit into a drop-off vending machine and receiving food as their reward. Crows are believed to be really intelligent creatures; they’re considered the smartest animals after primates. As part of their daily foraging activity, New Caledonian crows — the ones volunteering on Sweden’s streets — know how to make hooked tools from soft twigs, scientists have found.

 

  • In Scotland, the River Dee Board and Trust and fisheries are planting millions of trees along rivers to help save wild salmon. Scotland’s rivers are already becoming too warm in the summer for wild salmon to spawn, putting more pressure on these cold-water fish. Wild salmon prefer water temperatures around 10°C (50°F) and cannot withstand the heat of waters at 33°C (91.4°F). Tree cover can help cool water temperatures, but according to Marine Scotland scientists, only about 35% of rivers in Scotland have enough tree cover for the cooling effect.

 

  • There is increasing alarm about the extent of microplastic pollution, which has been found everywhere from Everest to the Arctic. A new study published in Environmental Research found significant quantities of nanoplastics in ice samples from both the North and South Poles. Nanoplastics are plastics that are smaller than a micrometer in size. But what was even more surprising than the amount of nanoplastics in the remote ice was just how long it had sat there.

 

  • National Butterfly Center in Texas was reportedly accused of facilitating sex trafficking and illegal migration at the US-Mexico border. Two women reportedly demanded access to off-limits areas to observe “illegals crossing on rafts,” while Trevino-Wright released audio of one woman accusing the center of facilitating child sexual abuse.

 

  • From the massive convoy in Ottawa to the border blockade in southern Alberta, the Freedom Convoy is now spawning parallel movements in Australia, the Netherlands, and potentially elsewhere. News organizations that promised not to allow democracy to “die in darkness” have instead become the very penumbra obscuring the truth. Despite drawing tens of thousands of supporters to Canada’s capital of Ottawa and garnering the support of Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the world’s most popular podcaster, Joe Rogan, and the equally influential Fox News host Tucker Carlson, the grassroots protest has scarcely received fair coverage in the mainstream press, with much of the news being broken by the likes of Rebel News and other independent outlets.

 

  • FBI director Christopher Wray accused the Chinese government of “trying to steal our information or technology” and stated that “there is just no country that presents a broader threat to our ideas, our innovation, and our economic security than China.” He further accused Beijing of attempting to use every means possible to try to steal technology and “undermine our democratic process by influencing our elected officials.” The speech went further, though, encouraging athletes set to take part in the Winter Olympics in Beijing to leave their personal phones at home and take ‘burner’ phones.

 

  • Speaking at a meeting of EU justice and interior ministers in northern France on Wednesday, President Emmanuel Macron called for an overhaul of the Schengen Area to provide coordination in times of crisis. Backed by Germany and the European Commission, Macron proposed the creation of a “Schengen Council,” which would be managed by regular ministerial meetings, to evaluate how the zone operates and provide a united approach. One measure presented to allow the EU to swiftly respond to a crisis is the implementation of an emergency response mechanism that could be triggered when the bloc’s frontiers are deemed to be under threat.

 

  • After 22 years of investigation, Australian scientists confirmed they finally found the wreck of British explorer James Cook’s ship off the US coast. Their American colleagues believe the announcement is premature, however. The Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) confirmed on Thursday morning the find in Newport Harbor off the US state of Rhode Island was the final resting place of Cook’s famous 18th century ship, the HMS Endeavour.

 

  • Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Wednesday that Moscow is well aware of the threat of massive sanctions coming from the American side amid an ongoing row over Ukraine. Bloomberg reported in December that the US and EU were considering potential sanctions, if Russia decided to invade Ukraine, that would target the nation’s biggest banks, restrict the ability of investors to buy Russian debt on the secondary market, and make it difficult for the country to convert rubles into dollars or other foreign currencies.

 

  • The Indian Navy has reported successful tests of two anti-ship missiles, a land-based BrahMos and a ship-launched Uran. Footage of the launches was released by the Andaman & Nicobar Command, which conducted the tests. A decommissioned Mk. III LCU-class ship was used as the target for the exercise. The Navy said the two missiles hit the husk “at max range with devastating impact.” BrahMos is a series of ramjet engine cruise missiles that originated as a joint Russian-Indian project. Several versions of the weapon system are operated by the Indian armed forces that can be launched from land, sea, or air, with a submarine-launched variant currently under development.

 

  • The latest report by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in Britain is not good reading, telling us that both the police and council social services do not deal with it properly. It alleges these failings are often to avoid bad publicity.

 

  • A giant Black Marlin impaled a fisherman in the Bay of Bengal, killing the 40-year-old Molli Joganna on the spot in what is believed to be the first time such a thing has happened. The incident occurred on Wednesday as a team of six fishermen were taking part in a deep-sea hunt. The eastern coast of India has plenty of Marlin which come close to the shore between November and February.

 

  • American crowdfunding platform GoFundMe has “currently paused” the fundraiser for Canada’s ‘Freedom Convoy’ after donations to the anti-vaccine mandate protest crossed $10 million CAD. “This fundraiser is currently paused and under review to ensure it complies with our terms of service and applicable laws and regulations. Our team is working 24/7 and doing all we can to protect both organisers and donors,” said a message on the Freedom Convoy fundraiser page. It also said that it was investigating whether the collected funds were going to the “intended recipients”.

 

  • Argentina’s large external debt rose largely because of the United States, so Buenos Aires needs to get rid of dependence on Washington and open up new opportunities in cooperation with Russia, President Alberto Fernandez said. Since the 1990s, Argentina has been oriented towards the US and the country’s economy, in many respects, has depended on the US and on the relationship between Buenos Aires and Washington, he said, noting that “the debt to the IMF also arose because of these relations.” “I am very strongly in favour of Argentina getting rid of this dependence on the IMF and the United States. And that we open up new opportunities, in particular, in cooperation with Russia. I assure you that we really want to develop cooperation with Russia,” Fernandez said ahead of talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

 

  • A powerful solar flare is set to reach Earth on Wednesday. The so-called M1 solar flare occurred on Saturday and was caused by a powerful explosion known as a coronal mass ejection (CME) near the sun’s surface. The event, at four hours in length, was particularly long-lasting, originating from a sunspot called AR2936.

 

  • Pope Francis was concluding his weekly audience at the Vatican on Wednesday when a man disrupted the address. He began shouting in English: “The Church is not the way God wants it.” The man, who also spoke in Spanish and Italian, held up a black medical mask in his left hand as he shouted. At the end of his speech, the Pope asked the audience to pray for the man. “I would like to conclude by praying for him, our brother who suffers. Poor man, he’s shouting because he’s suffering. Let’s not be deaf to the needs of this brother.”

 

  • Sweden has joined the recently created Partnership Fund for Resilient Ukraine and has pledged to contribute SEK 50 million ($5.4 million) over the next three years, the government said in a press release. In the words of Swedish Development Aid Minister Matilda Ernkrans, the fund, launched together with the UK, Canada, Switzerland and the US, is aimed at bolstering Ukraine against “Russian aggression”, which is how the West generally sees Russia-Ukraine relations following the 2014 Western-backed coup that prompted Crimea to overwhelmingly vote for re-unification with Russia and drove two regions of eastern Ukraine to break away. In recent months, the “aggression” narrative has been reinforced by Russia’s movement of troops within its own borders, which the West portrays as proof of “imminent” invasion.

 

  • On Wednesday, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) regiment commander, involved in the Galwan clash with India, was chosen to carry the Winter Olympic torch in Beijing. India’s Foreign Ministry on Thursday declared it was “regrettable” that China had “politicised an event like Olympics” by inviting a PLA commander – who was involved in the Galwan Valley clash in Ladakh – to be a torchbearer.

 

  • Under pressure from a pandemic-weary public, politicians across Europe are deeming many public-health measures increasingly unnecessary. Switzerland and Finland are set to join Denmark, Ireland and France in easing the bulk of restrictions on public life. Norway also relaxed most rules. The end of the pandemic is near all over the world, except for Italy.

 

  • Rotterdam has confirmed it will dismantle a historic bridge to allow a superyacht built for Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to fit through. The record-breaking luxury yacht is being built by Dutch firm Oceanco. The vessel is reported to be 417ft (127m) long and too tall to fit through the Koningshaven Bridge. A spokesman for the mayor confirmed the plan to reporters, with Mr Bezos set to foot the bill through Oceanco.

 

  • Most people believe that exposure to sunlight increases their risk of cancer. This is simply NOT true! We’ve been taught to fear the sun, and as a result, adults and kids are soaking themselves in a bath of toxic, hormone-disrupting chemicals. Science has long ago revealed that exactly what we put on our skin winds up in our bodies, and rapidly. What causes cancer is the ingredients of the sunscreens that we have been advised to use to “protect” us from the sun rays. The sun actually protects you against skin cancer in most cases, especially considering the powerful role of vitamin D in the body.
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​Area 51

A mysterious aircraft was spotted parked on the northern apronat of Area 51, a clandestine US Air Force base, according to The Drive, which cited an “unprecedented” satellite image. The said image, taken by Planet Labs, shows a delta-shaped tailless fighter-sized aircraft, described by the outlet as something that has never been seen before in the secretive area. Additionally, Planet Labs spotted some kind of activity near the hangar where the aircraft is parked – also a rare event, since there has never been any action around this hangar, according to the outlet. “The aircraft in question measures roughly 65 feet long and 50 feet wide — about the size of a Su-27 Flanker — and has wings that are reminiscent of Concorde, with its elegantly curved ‘ogival’ leading edge,” the report’s description of the plane reads. Given that those operating the base are no strangers to concealing things from the public, the report did not rule out the possibility of the aircraft displayed in Area 51 with an intention for it to be seen.

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 Winter Storm

Thousands of flights are canceled on Thursday morning as a powerful winter storm spreads wintery precipitation over a 2,000-mile stretch of the United States. The Winter Storm is expected to create hazardous conditions across Arkansas today with snow, sleet, and ice. Parts of western Tennessee and Kentucky are under ice storm warnings. Illinois is expected to receive heavy snow. As the system pushes east later today, parts of upstate New York and Maine could receive more than a foot of snow by Friday. Flight tracking company FlightAware reports 4,110 flights within, into, or out of the US have been canceled as of 0920 ET. Delays within, into, or out of the US stand around 320.

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