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- A California judge has rejected a lawsuit launched by the man who was the naked baby on Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ album cover, who had alleged it was “child pornography.” The lawsuit was launched last year by Spencer Elden, now 30, who accused the band of sexual exploitation and argued that the cover art constituted child sexual abuse. In his legal filing, he argued he’d suffered loss of wages and “enjoyment of life” due to the use of the photograph, saying it had caused him “extreme and permanent emotional distress.” Nirvana responded to the allegations last month by filing a request in court to dismiss the lawsuit, arguing that Elden’s allegations lacked merit.
- On Monday, The Guardian reported that desperate hospital managers in New South Wales have resorted to recalling nurses who are still testing positive for Covid in an attempt to deal with staff shortages. The paper said it has been contacted by multiple nurses working across several hospitals in New South Wales (NSW) who claimed they were working alongside colleagues that were Covid-positive.
- The Kremlin has dismissed as “complete nonsense” online claims that President Vladimir Putin used old footage in his traditional New Year’s message, last weekend, and was secretly wearing a bulletproof vest during the broadcast. “It’s complete nonsense,” spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the Daily Storm on Monday.
- The Pentagon has accused the People’s Republic of making dramatic strides in beefing up its strategic arsenal, including on the basis of satellite images hinting at the construction of new missile silos. Against the backdrop of these claims, US allies have asked Washington not to scrap the contingency of preemptive nuclear strikes against Beijing. “On the assertions made by US officials that China is expanding dramatically its nuclear capabilities, first, let me say that this is untrue,” Fu Cong, director of the PRC Foreign Ministry’s arms control department said at a briefing Tuesday. “As for the silos, I have also read the reports on this matter, but they are conflicting reports; someone says that they are silos for rockets, someone else – that they are wind generators. I am not in a position to confirm any report. But I can say that it’s not a serious matter to try to calculate the size of China’s nuclear forces based on these satellite images,” the diplomat added.
- Germany’s sensational reverse on the atom. Despite the fiery words of the Minister of Economy and leader of the Greens Robert Habeck against the decision of the EU Commission to consider nuclear energy as “clean”, the Scholz government is correcting the shot. Berlin will not ask for substantial changes to the Brussels draft and will abstain from voting in the Council on the European classification of sustainable sources.
- Ex-President Donald Trump has lambasted Twitter as a “disgrace to democracy” for banning Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) for allegedly violating its COVID-19 misinformation policy. In a statement through his Save America PAC, he praised Marjorie Taylor Greene’s constituency of “honest, patriotic, hard-working people” who do not deserve what’s happened to them on the “low-life Twitter and Facebook” social media networks that, in his opinion, shouldn’t be allowed to do business in America.
- As House Democratic leader, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) is expected to step down at the close of this Congress after a nearly 20-year run, the debate has already begun as to who could succeed her. The change in leadership will come at a time of heightened tensions between progressives and moderates, such as those evident regarding Joe Biden’s vast Build Back Better social spending bill.
- On Monday, a federal judge in New York dismissed the federal government’s criminal case against two Manhattan jail guards who allegedly slept through Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide in jail, according to the Fox News. Prison guards Tova Noel and Michael Thomas, they were accused of sleeping and surfing the internet on the night of Epstein’s suicide.
- While manned outposts on other planets still remain the premise of bold science fiction, NASA’s retiring chief scientist, James Green, suggested that making Mars habitable may be deceptively straightforward. In 2017, Greene brought up the prospects of terraforming Mars at the NASA Planetary Science Vision 2050 Workshop, arguing that a “magnetic shield” could protect the Red Planet from high-energy solar particles and prevent the solar wind from stripping the Martian atmosphere, a move that would improve the climate. “The solar system is ours, let’s take it,” he said at the time. “And that, of course, includes Mars. But for humans to be able to explore Mars, together with us doing science, we need a better environment.” In a recent interview with The New York Times, Green also observed that the task of terraforming Mars is “doable”.
- “We’ve found very few planets like this in the habitable zone, and many fewer around a quiet star, so this is rare,” said astronomer Stephen Kane, at UC Riverside’s NASA-funded Alternative Earths Astrobiology Center about super-Earth rocky planet, dubbed TOI-270b, closely orbiting an M-dwarf star with 40% the mass of our Sun. The planet takes only 3.4 days to complete one orbit. “We don’t have a planet quite like this in our solar system.” In our own solar system, there are either small, rocky planets like Earth, Mercury, Venus, and Mars, or much larger planets like Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune that are dominated by gasses rather than terrain. We don’t have planets about half the size of Neptune, though these are common around other stars.
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