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- Amid the deluge of dire predictions that the human population will rise exponentially, deplete the earth’s resources, and overheat the planet, two recent demographic studies predict the opposite—that the number of people will peak within the next several decades and then begin a phase of steady, irreversible decline. In some places, including Japan, Russia, South Korea, and most countries in Europe, that population collapse has already begun. China is not far behind. Despite all efforts to reverse this trend in China, including eliminating the one-child policy and providing incentives for child-rearing, couples are not cooperating; China experienced its fifth consecutive record low birth rate in 2021. However, a demographic study funded by the Gates Foundation and published in the Lancet, a medical journal, paints a much different picture. This study, conducted by researchers at the University of Washington, predicts that the global human population will peak at 9.7 billion within several decades, and then start to decline. “Once global population decline begins,” the authors write, “it will probably continue inexorably.”
- Tesla Inc. and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk aims to build 100 starships per year and send one million people to Mars by 2050. He believes close to a million people are needed on Mars to ensure enough population for the necessary work to survive on the Red Planet. Musk recently advocated building over 1000 Starships to send people to Mars, echoing the same sentiment. Popular YouTuber Lex Fridman asked what exists outside our universe and if it’s possible for humankind to explore deep space. Replying to him, Musk spoke about expanding our consciousness and answering these questions.
- Antti Pelttari, head of the Finnish intelligence service Supo, has voiced surprise Russia has not retorted to Helsinki’s NATO bid with reprisals. “It has been rather quiet and let’s hope it stays that way”, Pelttari told The Financial Times. “It’s a positive thing that nothing has happened. But it’s also a positive thing that we have been prepared and able to protect society.” According to Pelttari, Finnish officials are hopeful that Russian president Vladimir Putin has accepted their decision to enter join NATO, but believe that the Kremlin may be hoping to influence decisions about the placement of foreign troops or possibly even nuclear weapons on Finnish territory once it joins the alliance. So far, Finland has not shown any interest in either foreign troops or nuclear weapons, but it has not outspokenly ruled them out, unlike its neighbour and fellow applicant Sweden.
- Joe Biden on Thursday urged Congress to either ban assault weapons or raise the age to purchase those guns from 18 to 21. He also called for expanding background checks and “red flag” laws, which would allow courts to remove arms from those believed to be a danger to themselves or others. “Strictly speaking, President Biden is correct that no constitutional right is ‘absolute,’ but rights protected by the Constitution are still sweeping and fundamental to our way of life, and thus the Supreme Court will not allow those rights to be abridged without very good cause,” says Dr. Nicholas Waddy, political analyst and Associate Professor of History at SUNY Alfred.
- According to Danish proponents of gender-equal conscription, it would help convert the nation’s armed forces from expeditionary to territorial. A political majority in Denmark is now open to subjecting women to compulsory military service. As of now, participation for women, who make up to 20 percent of the Danish military, is voluntary. Instead of military duty, women have the right to perform military service and can choose to terminate it during the process.
- Help Alberta Wildies Society (HAWS) is an organization that works to protect and preserve bands of wild horses in Alberta, Canada in the Alberta Foothills along the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains. The feral horses have a Spanish bloodline and, according to HAWS are targeted by the government of Alberta as well as the cattleman lobbyists. HAWS posted a video to their Facebook page showing a heart-pounding moment in which a grizzly bear chases a band of wild horses attempting to flee the 800 lbs beast. “The next time someone tells you that the Wild Horses have no natural predators, send them to me. We are losing a lot of horses this year, sooner and quicker than in past years. Not just foals. Adults also,” wrote HAWS in a Facebook post.
- A fresh study shows how initial magnetic fields can be generated spontaneously via “generic motions of astrophysical turbulence through kinetic plasma physics”. New research conducted by MIT graduate student Muni Zhou, her adviser Nuno Loureiro, a professor of nuclear science and engineering at MIT, and colleagues at Princeton University and the University of Colorado at Boulder may offer an explanation for how magnetic fields that surround astrophysical objects come into being, SciTechDaily reports. “We demonstrate that the first magnetic fields can be spontaneously generated in the Universe by generic motions of astrophysical turbulence through kinetic plasma physics, and cosmic plasmas are thereby ubiquitously magnetized”, says the abstract of the study, published on Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. One of the aspects that the researchers take into account in their work is the extremely diffuse state of plasma between stars whose density is about one particle per cubic metre, which essentially means that “particles in cosmological plasmas never collide”.
- Dead Men Tell No Tales is an investigative work by journalists Dylan Howard and Melissa Cronin and novelist James Robertson. According to the book, Epstein got involved with Mossad via Robert Maxwell, the British newspaper tycoon of eastern European Jewish descent and Ghislaine’s father. Maxwell died at sea in November 1991 at the age of 68; theories about his death range from accident to assassination. Shortly thereafter, it was discovered that Maxwell had plundered the pension funds of his employees to shore up his troubled global publishing empire. Ari Ben-Menashe, a former arms dealer who served in a senior position for Israel’s Military Intelligence Directorate from 1977 to 1987, has previously claimed that Robert Maxwell and him had worked on arms shipments to Iran in the 1980s – which came to be known as the Iran–Contra affair. As further proof of Maxwell’s involvement with Mossad, Ben-Menashe – who had also advised President Yitzhak Shamir on foreign intelligence – said the media tycoon had tipped off Israeli authorities about a technician who sought to disclose his knowledge of Israel’s nuclear programme to his newspaper. The technician, Mordechai Vanunu, was later abducted in Italy with the help of an undercover agent and transported to Israel, where he was sentenced to 18 years in jail for treason in a behind-closed-doors trial. According to Dead Men Tell No Tales, Israeli ‘superspy’ Rafi Eitan – the Mossad agent in charge of Adolf Eichmann’s abduction from Argentina – had also confirmed Maxwell’s ties with Mossad. Although it is widely thought that Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein met in the early 1990s, after she moved to New York following her father’s death, Ben-Menashe claimed they began dating in the late 1980s. “They weren’t really competent to do very much,” he said of Maxwell and Epstein. “And so they found a niche for themselves – blackmailing American and other political figures.”
- A team of astronomers led by Joel Balzan of Western Sydney University in Australia has detected a mysterious signal emanating from the spiral galaxy NGC 2082. While the exact nature of the signal remains unclear at this time, the team came up with a hypothesis regarding its origin. Having examined several possibilities, the astronomers suggest that the most likely origin of the signal is an “extragalactic background source, such as quasi-stellar object (QSO, quasar), radio galaxy or active galactic nucleus”, Phys.org notes.
- Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has questioned why staff at the US Department of Justice (DOJ) haven’t exposed the client list of the pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The Tesla boss has also drawn attention to the unusual indifference of establishment media outlets. “Only thing more remarkable than [the] DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares,” Musk said on Saturday in a Twitter post. “Doesn’t that seem odd?” Musk attached the comment to a meme entitled “Things I’ll never see in my life,” showing illustrations of a fire-breathing dragon, a dinosaur and a unicorn, along with the words “Epstein-Maxwell client list.”
- “The astronauts’ ability to correctly ‘read’ each other’s emotional expressions will be of paramount importance for effective teamwork and mission success. Our findings suggest that their ability to do this may be impaired over time”, said Mathias Basner, professor at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine and author of the study. Astronauts embarking on lengthy missions in space may not only have to deal with mental and emotional challenges that arise from the conditions these people would have to endure, CNN reports.
- Former CIA Director Gina Haspel watched as a prisoner was tortured by interrogators at a Thai black site that she ran for the agency in 2002, the New York Times reported on Friday. As chief of the CIA base in Thailand in late 2002, Haspel personally observed interrogation sessions in which USS Cole bombing suspect Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri was waterboarded, the newspaper outlined, citing testimony from a psychologist who took part in the torture.
- Several certified Lego stores in Russia have suspended their work due to a lack of supplies, Inventive Retail Group, which manages the stores in Russia, told RIA Novosti earlier this week. “The work of some of our stores is indeed temporarily suspended due to the lack of deliveries of Lego to Russia,” the company’s message stated. Lego has not officially suspended operations in the country, unlike a number of other brands that left the country in the past three months in connection with Russia’s military operation in Ukraine. However, in early March, Danish news outlet finans.dk reported that the toy maker had stopped all deliveries of its products to Russian stores “in light of [Ukraine-related anti-Russia] sanctions and the unpredictable situation,” citing a Lego spokesperson. Russia is one of Lego’s largest sales markets, with 81 stores across the country. Some stores continue to operate, but the prices have been raised.
- The US is pushing members of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) to launch another fact-finding mission aimed at digging up and ultimately prosecuting alleged Russian war crimes. Washington itself refuses to cooperate with the International Criminal Court and voted against its adoption in 1998. Two years ago, Washington sanctioned members of the body involved in investigating alleged crimes against humanity committed by its military in Afghanistan. “We’re getting ready to deploy another fact-finding mission precisely to look at evidence of war crimes and possible crimes against humanity because I think we’re getting to that level now,” the US ambassador to the OSCE, Michael Carpenter, told Defense One on Thursday.
- A shortage of cigarette packaging paper could affect smokers in Germany, with some brands almost impossible to find in retail stores, Bild newspaper reported on Friday. According to the paper, one of the causes for the problem was the shutdown of a Philip Morris plant for the production of cigarette packs in Ukraine. The tobacco giant had previously suspended operations in the country, including at its factory in Kharkov, where, until recently, a considerable part of the paper for cigarette packs was produced. The company owns popular cigarette brands such as Marlboro and L&M.
- If a new wave of government assistance is not released immediately, some 500,000 small businesses in the UK will go bankrupt within weeks, the chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Martin McTague has warned. McTague cited the latest figures revealed by the Office for National Statistics, which showed that 40%, or two million, of UK small businesses had less than three months’ worth of cash left to run operations.
- Gunmen attacked a Catholic church in southwest Nigeria during mass on Sunday, killing at least 50 people including women and children, according to a hospital doctor and media reports. The gunmen shot at people outside and inside the church building, killing and injuries worshippers, said Funmilayo Ibukun Odunlami, police spokesperson for Ondo state. Ondo state Governor Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, who visited the scene of the attack and injured persons in hospital, described Sunday’s incident as “a great massacre” that should not be allowed to happen again. Police suspects the attacks was by Fulani, now outnumber Boko Haram, one of the world’s deadliest terror groups.
- Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany, Andrey Melnik, on Sunday blasted the lack of heavy arms supply from Berlin to prop up Kiev in its fight against Moscow, accusing German authorities of refusing to supply even “old” hardware to the country. “[The] German government cynically refuses to supply us even with old Leopard-1 tanks and Marder IFVs,” Melnik stated in a social media post, branding such behavior a “disgrace that would go down in history.”
- Tesla Inc Report CEO Elon Musk said the social media group must prove that spam and bot accounts comprise only a small portion of its user base for his $44 billion takeover to proceed. Musk also told a conference in Miami that he could still be interested in acquiring Twitter at a lower price, but added that “the more questions I ask, the more my concerns grow” with respect to the debate over the number of fake and bot accounts on the micro-blogging website. Last week, analysts at Hindenburg Research, a noted short-seller, cautioned that the deal could be ‘repriced’ if Musk threatens to walk away. Hindenburg said Musk could pay the $1 billion break-up fee tied to the takeover and still come away with a better deal if he were to re-negotiate, noting his “significant leverage” over the micro-blogging website and the lack of a competing offer.
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On 6 June, the coronation of Nero’s colossus was celebrated in ancient Rome.
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So a hologram of the queen drove through London in a complete golden carriage, and to make things weirder people waved at it. They waved at a hologram. Things can’t get crazier than this.
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