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  • Florida’s governor has declared a state of emergency after a significant leak at a large storage pond of wastewater threatened to flood roads and burst a system that stores polluted waters. Officials in Florida were evacuating more than 300 homes and a highway Saturday in the area north of Bradenton. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection says a break was detected Friday in one of the walls of a pond holding millions of gallons of water containing phosphorus and nitrogen from an old phosphate plant. Officials say the most pressing concern is that the water could flood the area.

 

  • South Korean electronics maker LG said Monday it is getting out of its loss-making mobile phone business to focus on electric vehicle components, robotics, artificial intelligence and other products and services. LG was once the third-largest mobile phone maker but has lost market share to Chinese and other competitors.

 

  • The hi-tech trappings of the global world are driving a growing demand for rare earth metals, as they are used in things like batteries, smartphones, hybrid vehicles, and wind turbines. With the lucrative market estimated by Global Market Insights to be worth around $20 billion by 2024, China holds about 45 million tonnes of reserves. China accounts for over 95 percent of the world’s production of rare earths, with security agencies raising concerns that amid increased rivalry for the scarce natural resources, Beijing might use the clout it wields in the industry as successful leverage in disputes. Rare earths, including cerium, neodymium, terbium, and erbium, are difficult to mine because they aren’t found in large quantities or veins like other minerals such as gold.

 

  • Dozens of wealthy nobles have applied for aid that was intended to help struggling businesses survive the lockdowns during the coronavirus pandemic, a media report says. A least 50 nobles, including dukes, earls, viscounts, and marquesses, have asked for financial aid. The Earl of Dalhousie, received up to £100,000 in January for a company that operates Brechin Castle in Scotland.

 

  • Russian cosplayers from Siberia build life-size replica of Razor Crest starship from ‘The Mandalorian’, which is part of the ‘Star Wars’ universe. The ship did not stand for long, however, as it fell victim to local weather. A gust of wind toppled the installation on the hill, sending it rolling down a snowy slope. The replica’s designer, Ayaal Fydorov, told a local media that his vessel was destroyed by a sudden “mini tornado.”

 

  • Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio told TMZ recently he’s worried by the lack of information on the stuff flying over our facilities. Rubio also revealed that the report from the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) of the Pentagon might miss its deadline on June 1, 2021.

 

  • “Researchers argue that it’s of utmost importance to unravel the nature of black holes, lest we someday begin to worship them,” said Harvard astrophysicist, Eric Chaisson. In April 2019 an event took place that was as epic. For the first time the world viewed an image of what had once been only theoretical: a supermassive black hole at the heart of galaxy M87. At a distance of ~55 million light years, we were seeing this object as it appeared in the distant past. The size of the event horizon for this black hole is comparable to our solar system but it has a mass of six and a half billion suns packed into the same volume. The image was captured by a telescope array that has a combined aperture equivalent to the radius of planet Earth. The capability of this array reaches an imaging resolution that is 4,000 times more powerful than the Hubble Space Telescope. Over the eons that it took light to reach the solar system from M87, said astrophysicist Janna Levin at Columbia University, “we emerged on Earth along with our myths, differentiated cultures, ideologies, languages and varied beliefs.”

 

  • A military explosive device recently washed ashore on a Florida beach. The Florida police Department found the device and took precautions by calling the Bomb Squad and the US Air Force. The US Air Force and Bomb Squad then determined that the explosive device belonged to the US Navy and was safe to be removed from the beach. It was market “inert”.

 

  • Human smugglers are openly advertising their services on Facebook, falsely telling Central Americans interested in crossing illegally into the United States that they can promise a “100 percent” safe journey. “Travel to Mexico to the United States. Costs $8,000. 100 percent safe,” reads a recent post written in Spanish. “Cross through Matamoros. You walk one hour, after in automobile until you arrive to your relative.” The Spanish-language posts were found on public Facebook pages with names like “Migrants from Various Countries in Mexico” and “Migrants in the Mexico-U.S.A. Border Awaiting Hearing.” The pages had multiple posts a day: some from apparent smugglers, also known as coyotes, posting ads, others from desperate Central Americans seeking information about how best to immigrate to the U.S.

 

  • Clarence Thomas, an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, suggests that social media companies may NOT have a First Amendment right to regulate speech on their platforms, analogizing them to “common carriers” and “places of public accommodation.”

 

  • The air quality of Kathmandu, Nepal, has reached hazardous levels on March 27, 2021, with the AQI hitting 421, according to the Real-Time Air Quality Index. The education ministry said about eight million students have been affected as schools were shut amid the country’s worst air pollution since records began in 2016. Ngamindra Dahal, a climate scientist, explained that the prevailing drought in the absence of winds had resulted in the accumulation of smog. Forest fires also contributed to the poor air quality– as of March 30, government agencies reported as many as 2 713 fires across the country.

 

  • Petrol bombs and bricks thrown at police in a third night of violence in Northern Ireland.Dozens of arrests as thousands march in London against Covid lockdown.
    German police clashing with more than 20,000 protesters over Covid-19 restrictions.
    Greek police battling against thousands in mass protests over lockdown fatigue.
    Dutch police having to use water cannon and batons against thousands of anti-lockdown protesters.
    The European Union capitol city of Brussels having to battle against mass anti-lockdown riots.
    Swiss police had to battle back with rubber bullets and tear gas against thousands of anti-lockdown rioting youths.

 

  • In an unguarded moment, NATO’s secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg let the cat out of the bag when he described the rise of China as both a challenge and “an opportunity”. What he was admitting unintentionally is that a confrontational policy toward China gives the military alliance some badly needed new purpose. Stoltenberg was giving an exclusive interview to Deutsche Welle to mark the first ministerial NATO summit attended by the Biden administration. The two-day summit held on March 23-24 at NATO headquarters in Brussels involved in-person participation of U.S. secretary of state Antony Blinken as well as other foreign ministers of the 30-nation military alliance.
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