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- Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser and Anton Zeilinger have won the Nobel Prize in physics for their landmark achievements in quantum mechanics – the study of the behavior of particles and atoms. The trio won for their experiments with what’s known as entanglement – a mind-boggling phenomenon when two particles behave as one and affect each other, even though they can be at a vast distance to one another, on opposite sides of the planet or even the solar system. It’s been one of the most debated elements of quantum mechanics and was memorably described by particle physicist Albert Einstein as “spooky action at a distance.” Decades after Einstein’s death, experiments by the three physicists showed that quantum entanglement was real, not just theoretical, and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said the work of the trio “has laid the foundation for a new era of quantum technology.”
- Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk caused a Twitter meltdown after he proposed a controversial peace plan to end the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia. The plan was firmly rejected by multiple Ukrainian officials, who flocked to Musk’s feed, with the notorious Ukrainian envoy Andrey Melnik producing the least diplomatic reaction. The plan prompted a furious response from multiple senior Ukrainian officials, including Kiev’s outgoing envoy to Berlin, best known for repeatedly insulting the German leadership and infamously branding Chancellor Olaf Scholz an “offended liverwurst.” Melnik told the billionaire to “f**k off,” suggesting it was the most diplomatic response he could have provided to the peace plan.
- Despite previously seeking to abort his takeover of Twitter, Musk has seemingly made a new proposal to the company.
Tesla founder and tech mogul Elon Musk has reportedly proposed to buy Twitter for the original offer price of $54.20 a share, according to people familiar with the matter. The proposal was purportedly made by Musk in a letter to Twitter, Bloomberg has reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The news apparently resulted in Twitter shares rising “as much as 18 percent”, the media outlet noted.
- Content moderators for TikTok in Morocco have spoken of the trauma they experienced reviewing graphic, obscene and violent imagery, with little or no psychological support provided. Nine current and former content moderators told Insider about the “severe psychological distress” they experienced while reviewing content for TikTok’s Middle East and North Africa division through the outsourcing firm Majorel. Suicide, child abuse, animal abuse and snuff film imagery were all among the content the staff, paid less than $3 an hour, had to monitor for the social media platform, which is rapidly increasingly in popularity in the region. According to the moderators, TikTok has taken advantage of Morocco’s lax labour laws to pay low wages, provide fewer breaks than for their American counterparts and offer no counselling to deal with viewing the traumatic imagery.
- As per the bold plan announced by Lugano authorities, local residents will be able to use crypto as payment for a variety of purposes, such as paying taxes or even shopping in certain stores. McDonald’s restaurants in the Swiss city of Lugano have apparently started accepting bitcoin as a payment method, with a video showing the ordering process at one of the fast food outlets being uploaded on social media. Earlier this year, Lugano authorities announced that cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, tether and LVGA would be accepted there as legal tender, Cointelegraph points out. Under the auspices of this scheme, local residents would be able to use cryptocurrencies to pay taxes, pay parking tickets and even tuition fees for students, with over 200 shops and businesses also being expected to accept crypto as payment, the media outlet added.
- Thousands of people in the United Kingdom have tested a four-day schedule — with no cut to their pay — that could help usher in a new era of work. It’s the world’s biggest trial of a four-day work week so far. Already, some workers have said they feel happier, healthier and are doing better in their jobs. AI technology will significantly disrupt every aspect of every industry in every country including how and when we work. Within the near future, we’re likely to see an increase in remote and more flexible work schedules like the 4 day work week. In fact, TUC (Trade Union Congress) thinks that a 4 day work week could become a reality within this century if businesses are forced to share the benefits of new technology with their employees. Some companies, like Perpetual Guardian from New Zealand, are already realising the benefits of a 4 day work. Not only does a 4 day work week increase employee satisfaction, company commitment and teamwork, but it also decreases stress levels.
- Google has been ordered by Moscow’s arbitration court to restore RT’s YouTube channels, which were blocked by the tech giant following the launch of Russia’s military operation in Ukraine. The decision was announced on Tuesday as the court found in favor of ANO TV-Novosti, RT’s founding company, against Google LLC, Google Ireland Limited and the Russian Google division. They have been ordered to restore access to some 27 blocked channels. If they fail to do so, a court penalty of 100,000 rubles per day ($1,694) will be imposed on Google until access to all of the channels is restored. Every week, the amount of the daily penalty will double. Google now has 30 days to appeal the court’s verdict.
- Drones were reported flying over the North Sea’s Roar gas field over the weekend, Denmark’s National Police confirmed to Reuters on Tuesday. Roar, located in Danish waters next to the country’s largest gas field Tyra, is operated by French energy company TotalEnergies. The police statement followed reports last week by TotalEnergies that “unauthorized drone activity” had been spotted over the Halfdan B oil and gas field in the North Sea. Norwegian authorities also reported unusual drone activity over several of its oil and gas fields in the North Sea last week. Last Monday, Russia’s Gazprom reported leaks in one string of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline and both strings of the Nord Stream 1 pipeline in the Baltic Sea near the Danish island of Bornholm following explosions. While neither pipeline was active at the time of the incident, Gazprom said an estimated 800 million cubic meters of stored natural gas had escaped. Denmark and Norway, along with others in the region, have beefed up security in the wake of the incident.
- Washington and London are the most likely culprits behind last week’s attacks on the Nord Stream pipelines, former Pentagon advisor and retired US Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor has claimed. He argued that the sabotage ploy would help ensure that Germany can’t back away from arming Ukrainian forces against Russia. Speaking in an interview with podcast host Andrew Napolitano, Macgregor dismissed suggestions that Russia was responsible for the explosions that sprung leaks in the Nord Stream conduits, which carry natural gas across the Baltic Sea to Germany. “The Russians did not do this,” he said, noting that Russia’s economy is heavily dependent on energy exports. “The notion that they did, I think, is absurd.” Macgregor, a special advisor to the secretary of defense under then-President Donald Trump, pointed out that explosives equivalent to thousands of pounds of TNT had to have been used to breach the pipelines. “You have several inches of concrete around various metal alloys to move the natural gas, so it’s not something that you could simply drop a grenade down at the end of a fish line and disrupt.”
- The cabinet of British Prime Minister Liz Truss wants to deny the right to apply for asylum in the country to all illegal migrants, according to Reuters and The Times newspaper. The new bill, set to be announced by Home Secretary Suella Braverman on Tuesday, is seen as a measure to tackle the English Channel migrant crisis. The government expects the number of people reaching British soil in small boats to reach 60,000 by the end of the year, far exceeding the previous record of 28,526 set last year. The forecast was described as a “reasonable worst-case scenario” by an official who spoke to The Times. Braverman will reveal the new plan during a speech to the governing Conservative Party’s annual conference, pledging to “end abuse of the rules and cut down on those numbers that aren’t meeting the needs of our economy,” according to the draft text of her address quoted by Reuters. The previous Tory government had tried to deter illegal crossings by threatening asylum seekers with possible removal to Rwanda.
- “It was shocking to realize that the Milky Way had a large sibling, and we never knew about it,” said Eric Bell, University of Michigan professor of astronomy in 2018 about his discovery that the Andromeda galaxy (also named M31), our closest large galactic neighbor, shredded and cannibalized a massive galaxy two billion years ago. Even though it was mostly shredded, this massive galaxy left behind a rich trail of evidence: an almost invisible halo of stars larger than the Andromeda galaxy itself, an elusive stream of stars and a separate enigmatic compact galaxy, M32. Discovering and studying this decimated galaxy will help astronomers understand how disk galaxies like the Milky Way evolve and survive large mergers.
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