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  • ​President Donald Trump’s golf club in New Jersey was hit by the 4.8 magnitude earthquake that rattled the tristate area on Friday. A map of the impact puts the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster at the epicenter of the quake. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported that the earthquake hit at 10:23 a.m. ET near Whitehouse Station, New Jersey. Trump’s golf club is located less than seven miles northeast of the area. “There is a low likelihood of casualties and damage,” USGS said. Friday’s earthquake was felt from Philadelphia to New York and there are reports that tremors were felt even as far as Maryland and Massachusetts. USGS estimates that more than 42 million people felt the quake. The largest known quake in the New York City area was approximately 5.2 in magnitude and was recorded in 1884.

 

  • ‘They want famine’: Israeli strike against WCK workers intended as message to deter aid for Gaza. Following a fatal strike on aid workers in Gaza, Biden warned Netanyahu on Thursday that any future support from the US is dependent on the protection of civilians and aid workers in Gaza. It is the first time the US has threatened to pull their support from Israel. Chef José Andrés, the organization’s founder, said his WCK team was deliberately targeted by the Israeli military, adding that his staff were in a deconfliction zone controlled by the Israeli forces and that they had been given prior notice of their presence.

 

  • The co-founder of Vladimir Zelensky’s former comedy troupe has condemned the Ukrainian president’s crackdown on the Russian language and culture, telling US state media that he “can’t watch Pushkin’s monuments being destroyed” in his country. Boris Shefir co-founded the Kvartal 95 (District 95) comedy studio in 2003 with Zelensky and a group of their school friends. Most of these comedians and producers – including Shefir’s brother, Sergey – followed Zelensky into politics, taking prime positions in his administration after he was elected president of Ukraine in 2019. Shefir was not among them. Speaking to the Ukrainian branch of the US government-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) outlet on Thursday, he said that he has had “no relationship” with Zelensky since the conflict with Russia began in 2022. “For two years, I have not called or talked to him,” Shefir said. “He is working with other people now. He does not communicate with me, does not call me. My calls remain unanswered.”

 

  • Israel targeted the Iranian Embassy compound in Damascus, Syria on Monday, killing 16 people, including a top IRGC Quds Force commander. The same day, IDF drones struck three World Central Kitchen vehicles in Gaza, killing seven aid workers. Scott Ritter tells Sputnik how these events are connected. “In the span of a week, the world has witnessed two wanton violations of international law and the norms and standards of civilized nations by the state of Israel,” Scott Ritter, a former UN weapons inspector and retired US Marine Corps intelligence officer, said, commenting on the twin April 1 attacks in Syria and Gaza. The Damascus attack ostensibly targeted high-ranking IRGC officers operating in Syria. “But the fact that Israel views these officers as legitimate targets doesn’t give them the permission to violate the protections that are afforded to these structures. Diplomatic immunity is a reality, and these buildings (consulates, embassies), are afforded inviolability, protection of international law, and Israel opted to violate this,” Ritter emphasized.

 

  • Russia has promised to “form a position” on a US-sponsored Security Council resolution proposing a ban nuclear weapons in space in due course. Matters of strategic security are one of the few areas where potential for dialogue between Russia and the US exists, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said. “The main potential area for dialogue between the United States and Russia is issues related to strategic security, which includes the space issue,” the spokesman told reporters on Friday, commenting on plans by the US and Japan to put forward a resolution before the United Nations Security Council next week proposing a ban on the deployment of nuclear weapons in space. “As for the project, we need to wait, study the document, read it and then form a position,” Peskov said.

 

  • The natural mechanism of silk fiber creation remained a mystery to science for over 100 years. Chinese researchers have discovered the secret of the natural strength of silk spun by silkworm caterpillars. Silkworm silk stands out as one of the finest protein fibers in nature with amazing mechanical properties. It has been used as a textile material for over 5000 years, according to the published study in Science Direct. For over a century, scientists have been trying to figure out a way to make synthetic fibers with similar or even better properties to silkworm and spider gossamer. The Biological Science Center at Southwest University in Chongqing, China supplied the silkworm strain JingSong which the researchers used.

 

  • Meta will start labeling AI-generated content on Facebook and Instagram from May onwards, the tech giant has announced. Until now, the company had a policy of deleting such computer-created content. The company will apply “Made with AI” labels to photo, audio, or video content created with artificial intelligence, it explained in a blog post on Friday. These labels will either be applied automatically when Meta detects “industry-shared signals” of AI content, or when users voluntarily disclose that something they post was created with AI. If the content in question carries “a particularly high risk of materially deceiving the public on a matter of importance,” a more prominent label may be applied, Meta stated.

 

  • Zimbabwe has introduced a new national currency aimed at stabilizing the economy and countering the devaluation of the local dollar in the southern African nation. Harare has also appealed to the United Nations for $2 billion in aid to help with food insecurity. The ‘structured currency’ – Zimb Gold (ZiG) – will be anchored mainly on gold and foreign currency reserves, Zimbabwe’s Reserve Bank governor, John Mushayavanhu, announced on Friday while presenting the country’s 2024 monetary policy statement. “With effect from today, banks shall convert the current Zimbabwe dollar balances to ZiG,” Mushayavanhu said, adding that it “will circulate with other currencies in the basket.”

 

  • In the course of wars and the colonization of Africa, Western countries were involved in looting hundreds of thousands of objects of African art. A report prepared by French art historian Benedicte Savoy and Senegalese economist Felwine Sarr, commissioned by the French government in 2018, states that between 90% and 95% of Africa’s material cultural legacy is housed outside of the African continent. Meanwhile, the inventories of Africa’s national museums barely exceed 3,000 cultural objects. Almost all African countries lost their most important cultural artifacts during the era of European exploration and subsequent colonization. The objects that remained in Africa had less historic and cultural value than the ones that were brought to European museums. Over the past several decades, the West has repeatedly received restitution claims from African countries. Agenda 2063 – Africa’s long-term development plan, which was adopted by the African Union in 2015 – has identified the protection of cultural heritage as one of the continent’s main priorities. According to this framework document, all African cultural property should be returned to the continent by 2025. But will this ambitious plan be realized?

 

  • During the planning stages of COVID-19, several unethical experiments took place at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), but some of these nefarious transhumanist experiments are not receiving the attention they deserve . Collecting bats, researching coronavirus gain-of-function, and developing DNA surveillance testing programs and experimental gene therapies were just the beginning. Over the past decade, the WIV has also developed chimeras or hybrids between species. The global biosecurity state is using this research to surveil and exploit the genetics and biological processes of humans and other animals. These forces are seeking super-intelligence and seek to use this intelligence for global domination. The trials planned during the COVID-19 scandal pale in comparison to the challenges that will arise in the name of advancing science. ~ Lance D Johnson

 

  • NATO has significantly benefited from the Ukraine conflict, but allowing the country to join is not advisable, according to Alessandro Minuto-Rizzo, former deputy secretary general of the the US-led military bloc. Moscow has cited NATO’s unchecked expansion in Europe as one of the key points of contention with the US and its allies. Its increased presence in Ukraine since a 2014 coup in the country is among the causes of the present hostilities, according to Russian officials. Kiev claims it is protecting Europe from Russia and therefore deserves a place in the bloc. The Italian diplomat, who served in NATO from 2001 to 2007, and briefly acted as its head during the transition from Secretary General George Robertson to Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, said he did not believe that allowing Ukraine to join was “the best response” under the circumstances.

 

  • A top UN human rights expert has likened conditions in Haiti to the “worst of times” in Somalia, saying the Caribbean nation has descended into unprecedented violence and chaos since gangs took over much of the capital last month. Healthcare and other public services have been shattered by gang violence, and schools, hospitals, banks, and other institutions have come under frequent attacks. The international airport has been closed since last month, and the gangs control access to all major roads in and out of the capital. The gangs have charged fees on every vehicle and person moving through the areas that they control. The gang uprising started on February 29, forcing Prime Minister Ariel Henry to resign while taking refuge in the US territory of Puerto Rico. Haiti, which has not had a president since Jovenel Moise was assassinated in 2021, currently has no elected leaders. A transitional council is being set up to form a new government.

 

  • US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has claimed that China’s industrial sector produces much more goods than its domestic market can absorb. Speaking on Friday to the American business community in the Chinese city of Guangzhou, she warned that Beijing’s state subsidies were creating a surplus of goods globally. Industrial overcapacity and what the US considers to be unfair trade practices are undercutting American and other firms, according to Yellen, who has called for a level playing field for US companies and workers. “Direct and indirect government support is currently leading to production capacity that significantly exceeds China’s domestic demand, as well as what the global market can bear,” the Treasury chief said as she visited major industrial and export hubs during her five-day visit to the Asian nation.

 

  • Having joined up in January, India is set to be a key player among 16 nations in one of the 21st century’s grand scientific projects: humanity’s biggest-ever telescope. This confluence of radio astronomy and artificial intelligence (AI) will help observe the births and deaths of the first stars and search for habitable planets and extraterrestrial life. The €2.2 billion ($2.4) Square Kilometer Array Observatory (SKAO) is an ambitious project whose 16 member nations also include South Africa, Australia, UK, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. For this, India has set aside Rs 12.5 billion ($150 million) for a facility in Pune (156km east of Mumbai), a city abuzz with radio astronomy research activity. This facility will be a regional data center equipped with supercomputers to process the humongous amount of scientific data amassed by the telescope. With the help of radio interferometry, astronomers can combine signals from many antennas or telescopes to create an image that is sharper and brighter than what would be possible from a single antenna dish. This technology effectively helps scan large swathes of the sky with radio telescope dish antennas spread many kilometers apart but functioning as a single observatory.

 

  • This week, the White House officially tasked NASA with establishing a time standard for the moon, called Coordinated Lunar Time (LTC) in the Office of the President’s memorandum, which international bodies can use to coordinate their activities on the lunar surface. The move comes about a year after the European Space Agency (ESA) proposed the creation of a common time reference on the moon. Lunar missions from national agencies and private companies are expected to heavily ramp up in the coming years, with dozens already scheduled. Without a common reference frame, confusion can ensue—from small inconveniences to graver problems, such as mapping inconsistencies and navigation errors.

 

  • A recent study conducted by Swiss and Italian academics has unveiled that OpenAI’s GPT-4 large language model demonstrates a significantly higher capability to persuade people in debates compared to human counterparts. The research, which involved various debate topics such as the circulation of pennies, animal testing, and race in college admissions, found that GPT-4 could sway human debate opponents to agree with its stance 81.7 percent more effectively when provided with a limited amount of demographic data. Interestingly, the study observed that human debaters’ performance worsened when they received demographic information about their opponents, highlighting the AI’s superior capability to utilize personal information effectively.

 

  • NASA has selected Intuitive Machines, Lunar Outpost, and Venturi Astrolab to advance capabilities for a lunar terrain vehicle (LTV) that Artemis astronauts will use to travel around the lunar surface, conducting scientific research during the agency’s Artemis campaign at the Moon and preparing for human missions to Mars. The awards leverage NASA’s expertise in developing and operating rovers to build commercial capabilities that support scientific discovery and long-term human exploration on the Moon. NASA intends to begin using the LTV for crewed operations during Artemis V.

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