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  • Pro-Trump operatives are flooding local officials with public-records requests to seek evidence for the former president’s false stolen-election claims and to gather intelligence on voting machines and voters. Republican voters chose a raft of candidates supporting Donald Trump’s 2020 in multiple party primaries for the November general election.

 

  • U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan on Wednesday after touting its democracy and pledging American solidarity during her brief visit, adding that Chinese anger cannot stop world leaders from travelling to the self-ruled island claimed by Beijing. China demonstrated its outrage over the highest-level U.S. visit to the island in 25 years with a burst of military activity in surrounding waters, summoning the U.S. ambassador in Beijing and halting several agricultural imports from Taiwan.

 

  • The German government will have to amend its energy security law again in September as its gas levy cannot yet be imposed on all consumers, including those with fixed prices contracts, government and parliamentary sources told Reuters.

 

  • Export restrictions being considered by Washington to halt China’s advances in semiconductor manufacturing could come at a substantial cost, experts say, potentially disrupting fragile global chip supply chains – and hurting U.S. businesses.

 

  • Coinbase shares are up almost 40% this morning following news that the major crypto-exchange will be partnering with the world’s largest asset-manager, BlackRock, to make it easier for institutional investors to manage and trade Bitcoin, marking a major push into cryptocurrencies for the world’s largest asset manager. As Bloomberg reports, institutional investors accounted for about three-quarters of the $309 billion in trading volume on Coinbase in the first quarter, the company disclosed in May. Coinbase clients include hedge funds, corporate treasuries and asset managers. “The Coinbase partnership between BlackRock and Aladdin is an exciting milestone for our firm,” Brett Tejpaul, head of Coinbase Institutional, and Greg Tusar, vice president of institutional product, said in a separate statement.

 

  • In a world first, Israeli scientists have created “synthetic embryos” without using sperm or egg cells, having taken only stem cells from the skin of mice. The breakthrough experiment, the results of which were published this week in the peer-review journal Cell, saw the stem cells taken from mice “self-assemble” into an embryo-like structure with an intestinal tract, brain and even a beating heart. According to cell biologist Professor Jacob Hanna of the Weizmann Institute of Science, the results were truly a “remarkable” outcome. “There was no sperm, no egg and no uterus, but we managed to get embryos formed from stem cells alone to eight days – a third of the gestation period of a mouse – with a beating heart,” he told Times of Israel.

 

  • Inflation in the UK will reach “astronomical” levels next year, and households will continue struggling amid the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, The Guardian newspaper reported on Wednesday, quoting a leading think tank. Rising gas and food prices will send inflation to 11% before the end of the year, according to an estimate from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR). The official figures for June put the inflation at 9.4%, the highest level since February 1982. There will be “no respite” for British households and businesses from “astronomical inflation,” and the Bank of England will need to hike interest rates “up at the 3% mark” to bring it down, the Guardian quotes NIESR deputy director Stephen Millard as saying.

 

  • The rare flower tree was believed to have been lost since 1925. Its habitat was the forest of Morne Colombo, however, at least 99% of Haiti’s original forests were destroyed, and many native species can only be found in inaccessible areas of the country. The northern Haiti magnolia (Magnolia emarginata) has been spotted in a forest in the island nation for the first time in 97 years, scholars say. An expedition sent by the Haiti National Trust travelled to Massif du Nord, the country’s longest mountain range to find the plant, and after three days the team managed to discover “16 flowering trees in various stages of development.” “Despite the bleak state of the country’s degraded forests, it still harbors species like this that are found nowhere else in the world, giving us the opportunity to save them,” NHT communications director Eladio Fernandez said.

 

  • The Royal College of Music in London has suspended Alexander Romanovsky, one of its alumni and tutors, over a performance in the war-torn city of Mariupol. The conservatory cited a video on social media that showed the Ukrainian-born pianist playing a Schubert sonata outside the ruined Drama Theater, which British media described as the site of a Russian “war crime,” alongside another musician who openly supports Russia in the conflict. Romanovsky graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2008 and was teaching there, as well as the Conservatorio di Reggio Emilia in Italy. On Tuesday, however, the RCM suspended him “pending a formal disciplinary process,” according to the Times of London. The pianist’s apparent transgression was playing Franz Schubert’s Sonata No 1 in D Major outside the Mariupol Drama Theater, alongside violinist Petr Lundstrem, whom the Times described as “supporter of the Russian invasion.” Ukrainian authorities initially claimed more than 1,000 civilians had been killed in what they alleged was a Russian airstrike. The Russian military accused the neo-Nazi “Azov” regiment – which had held Mariupol until May – of blowing up the building with civilians inside, so it could accuse Russia of atrocities.

 

  • The large-scale military drills Beijing has launched near Taiwan in response to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island involve the “use of advanced weapons,” including state-of-the-art hypersonic DF-17 missiles, according to the state-run Global Times newspaper. The ongoing exercises entail a “joint blockade, sea assault and land and air combat trainings,” the outlet reported on Wednesday, adding that Chinese J-20 stealth fighter jets were also taking part in the war games. The drills are expected to run at least until Sunday noon, Xinhua News Agency reported, adding that they will involve “live-fire drills in six large maritime areas and their air space surrounding the island of Taiwan.”

 

  • US mattress company Casper is on a hiring spree as they are looking for professional sleepers to test out their products by taking a nap. For this, candidates will be paid $25 per hour for one month. Casper spokesperson told Fox News Digital on Wednesday that the three applicants who are hired, “will have the flexibility to sleep and create content from locations that best express their sleep personalities.” One of the main eligibility criteria is that the candidates should be able to power nap in public and unexpected settings and have a desire to sleep as much as possible.

 

  • Calliophis castoe, also known as a coral snake, is touted as one of the least-known venomous snake species found in India. Indian wildlife and zoology researchers have found a rare Calliophis castoe snake – nine years after it was last spotted in Amboli Village in Maharashtra state. Commonly spotted in the Western Ghats of India, the Calliophis castoe snake was rediscovered at Gagan Bawda, a town in Kolhapur District, by zoology student Sachin Kamble and wildlife researcher Praveen H.N. Research papers published in the international journal Hamadryad revealed that the 80-cm long Calliophis castoe snake was found while a hole was being dug in the garden of a house. It was lying two feet below the ground in loose soil.

 

  • Blue Origin launched its next space tourist mission crew on the New Shepard rocket on Thursday. The mission, called NS-22, carried six passengers on a suborbital spaceflight from West Texas. The suborbital mission lifted off on 4 August at 8:57 AM CDT (13:57 UTC) from Blue Origin’s Launch Site One located near the town of Van Horn, Texas. The crew of the rocket consisted of Dude Perfect co-founder and comedian Coby Cotton, entrepreneur Mário Ferreira, explorer and retired financial manager Vanessa O’Brien, retired U.S. military manager Clint Kelly, engineer and researcher Sara Sabry, and former telecommunications contractor Steve Young. Setting a milestone, Sara Sabry becomes the first Egyptian astronaut, and Mário Ferreira becomes the first Portuguese astronaut on NS-22. Colby Cotton, the co-founder of the Dude Perfect YouTube channel, was selected for this mission by an online vote.

 

  • Hunter Biden is at the center of a federal investigation that, in particular, is looking into whether the 52-year-old violated US laws when he became embroiled in financial and business dealings in foreign countries during his father’s vice presidency between 2009 and 2017. Hunter Biden was involved in a 2018 grain export agreement between Ukraine and China, the New York Post has revealed. As proof of the transaction, the newspaper referred to a document found in the so-called “laptop from Hell” that the son of US President Joe Biden allegedly abandoned at a computer repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware, in April 2019.

 

  • A new study by the Center of Democracy and Technology (CDT) has shown that the monitoring software, which is still in use despite in-class learning resuming, is disproportionately used to punish and spy on students. According to the study, 78% of the teachers whose schools use the monitoring software report that it is used to determine if the student has violated school policies. In contrast, only 54% say it was used to refer students to a counselor or mental health professional. In nearly half of the cases, the monitoring software is used outside of school hours despite only 48% of parents and 30% of students supporting that policy. In contrast, 70% of parents and 63% of students are comfortable with monitoring student activities during school hours. Additionally, in the schools that monitor student activity outside of school hours, the majority of the alerts came after that time.

 

  • Scientists have recently reanimated organ cells of pigs that died hours before. Scientists at Yale University constructed a system of pumps and tubes that connected to the arteries of dead pigs and pumped their cardiovascular systems full of a mixture of blood and 13 different drugs. They called the system OrganEx, and it is built off of previous research that enabled scientists to keep pig brains alive for hours after being separated from their bodies. The system used in that experiment was called BrainEx. They compared their results to pigs with no treatment and pigs put on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machines, better known as life support machines. After six hours, the scientists began observing improved circulation and some cell repair. They also detected some contractions and electrical activity in the pigs’ hearts, but the hearts had not fully restarted.

 

  • A leaked internal memo by a senior Bank of America executive has cast new aspersions on the country’s wealthy elite, revealing the budding recession to be an instrument of class warfare. The document, a “mid-year review” dated June 17, was written by Ethan Harris, the head of global economics research at Bank of America Securities, the corporation’s investment banking arm. According to The Intercept, which was given a copy of the document, Harris wrote down some predictions for the coming months, including that changes in the numbers of Americans looking for jobs “should help push up the unemployment rate.” “By the end of next year, we hope the ratio of job openings to unemployed is down to the more normal highs of the last business cycle,” the memo states.
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