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  • According to the JWST Science Policy Group, over the next year, James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will spend a full quarter of its time studying exoplanets, and 8.2% of its exoplanet observations staring at the distant star TRAPPIST-1. Claims are flying about discovering everything from thermal emission, signatures of water, and even signs of life on the planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1. TRAPPIST-1 is an ultracool M-dwarf, the smallest class of star. Discovered in 2016 and 2017 by the Transiting Planets and Planetesimals Small Telescope (TRAPPIST), seven rocky planets — TRAPPIST-1b, c, d, e, f, g, and h — closely orbit their diminutive host star. There are some qualities that make TRAPPIST-1 particularly appealing to researchers. It’s relatively nearby, with a temperature of about 2,400 degrees Celcius (roughly 4,350 degrees Fahrenheit), and with a mass and radius many times smaller than the Sun. All seven TRAPPIST planets orbit their host very closely. Even the most distant — TRAPPIST-1h — orbits at only 0.062 astronomical units (AU), six times closer than Mercury is to the Sun. They block out a larger fraction of TRAPPIST-1’s light than more widely separated planets.


  • Ended up in process to have raped one girl from 8 years for one of 12, but before the judge who charged him with 33 counts, the man Tulisi Leiataua, defended himself by saying that one of the two victims was in agreement. At the end of the trial, he was found guilty, but all the defensive scaffolding was built by his lawyer precisely on the 12-year-old’s sexual consent. Despite in New Zealandrural scenario of history, the age at which sexual consent is established is 16, there is a paragraph in the law that allows those accused of rape to defend themselves by appealing precisely to the fact that victims, even minors, are consenting. Layba Zubair, a 17-year-old activist, launched a petition to be presented later in parliament for a review of New Zealand’s sexual consent laws, arguing that “the definition of consent in our current laws is not representative”. “The fact that our laws don’t even have a definition for consent and don’t protect people under 12 is just awful,” she concluded. According to a study commissioned in 2021 by lawyers representing a victim of sexual violence, interrogation of children and adolescents in 15 sexual abuse trials revealed that victims were “harassed and explicitly accused of lying” and that, in some cases, were asked if they enjoyed being abused. “Change is needed now,” said Kathryn McPhillips, executive director of the organization that helps victims of sexual abuse HELP. In the lengthy interview released after Leiataua’s report, he explained how not only is it completely immoral to even discuss the fact that a child can consent to have sex, but allowing a child to be questioned in the classroom about this matter is like using the violence to them a second time.


  • ‘Physics-defying’ radio bursts have been detected in space about 800 million light-years away by a collaboration of scientists. The large, low-frequency radio wave-emitting objects include “a fossil radio emission, a radio relic and a radio halo,” according to the study published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. A complicated algorithm was applied by the scientists, led by Tessa Vernstrom of the University of Western Australia and Christopher Reisely of the Universita di Bologna, Italy, to deep, broad-band radio data from the ATCA and the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), in conjunction with ancillary X-ray data from the European Space Agency’s XMM–Newton observatory. The analysis revealed the “faint to detect” objects located within the Abell 3266 galaxy cluster.


  • US President Joe Biden tested negative for Covid-19 on Saturday, but “in an abundance of caution” will remain in strict isolation under daily monitoring until a second negative result confirms he has beaten his “rebound” infection, according to White House physician Dr. Kevin O’Connor. The US leader initially tested positive for Covid-19 on July 21, despite having been fully vaccinated and receiving two booster shots. However, just three days later, Biden tested positive once again, with O’Connor noting that “a small percentage of” patients being treated for Covid-19 with Pfizer’s antiviral pill Paxlovid are likely to suffer so-called “rebound Covid positivity” – where they seem to recover from the disease before falling ill again.


  • UK Queen Elizabeth II will interrupt her holiday in Scotland to instruct her 15th Prime Minister to form a government, the Daily Mail newspaper reported on Sunday, citing sources. According to the sources, the Queen usually returns from Balmoral Castle in early October, but she will make an exception this year, as she does not expect the new prime minister to travel to Scotland. UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak are the two final candidates in the election race for the post of UK prime minister and head of the Conservative Party, following Boris Johnson’s resignation on July 7. The last round will take place by mail from August 4, with the winner determined by all party members, of whom there are about 200,000 to date. The results are expected to be announced on September 5.


  • “I hereby challenge @paraga to a public debate about the Twitter bot percentage,” Musk tweeted this week, referring to Agrawal by the latter’s Twitter handle. “Let him prove to the public that Twitter has <5 percent fake or spam daily users!” Just like many of his previous tweets, Musk’s posts elicited a largely amused reaction from his social media following, with netizens cheering him on or even jokingly suggesting a “trial by combat”. And at least one person predicted that there is “less than 1 percent chance” that Agrawal will agree to such a debate.


  • The United States may be headed toward a new global military conflagration thanks to the “incompetent” and “evil” people running Washington, former president Donald Trump has said. “All you have to do is look at the last 200 years, it’s gonna happen again. We could end up in World War III because we are being governed by incompetent people. It could happen,” Trump said, speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas on Saturday.  “And this war will be worse than any war ever because we have weapons the likes of which nobody has ever seen before. But you say ‘where does it stop?’ ‘Where does it end?’ It probably doesn’t stop, because despite great outside dangers our biggest threat remains the sick, sinister and evil people from within our own country,” Trump added.


  • The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has developed a small satellite launch vehicle (SSLV) to launch satellites weighing up to 500kg into Low Earth Orbits on a launch-on-demand basis. SSLV-D1 is a 34-meter tall tube which is 2 meters in diameter with a lift-off mass of 120 tons. Initially scheduled for 2018, the launch of the SSLV was postponed several times because of the pandemic and some technical issues involving the rocket’s development. ISRO’s three-stage solid fuel SSLV rocket is developed to send mini, micro, and nanosatellites weighing between 10kg and 500kg into a 500km orbit. SSLV is intended to provide low-cost access to space on an on-demand basis and, according to the country’s space agency, does not require a mission control center to launch the satellite, but can be launched by personal computer anywhere.


  • The number of pet owners who can no longer afford to keep their pets due to rising prices has increased dramatically in Britain. According to the Mirror, Dogs Trust charity has received 18,000 calls from pet owners who can’t afford to keep their much loved cats and dogs this year alone. “Owners are having to make decisions between heating their homes, feeding their children or giving up their dog,” the charity’s spokesperson told the newspaper. The picture at animal rescue centers across the country is similar. Animal charities are now overwhelmed with requests from distraught pet owners who are forced to give up their much-loved animals, the report says.


  • Ukrainian troops launched an attack against the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant overnight, using an Uragan multiple rocket launcher, with shrapnel and a rocket engine falling at 400 meters (1,312 feet) from the station’s operating power unit, the military and civil administration of the city of Energodar said. “Last night, the Ukrainian armed forces carried out a strike using a 220 millimeter Uragan rocket launcher,” the administration spokesperson said. Since March, the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant has been under full control of Russian forces, but Ukrainian forces have repeatedly attacked it by drones, prompting Russia to seek assistance from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in addressing the plant’s security concerns.


  • FBI Director Christopher Wray, grilled by Senator John Kennedy (R-La.) at a Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing on 4 August, described as “deeply troubling” whistleblower allegations that intelligence agents had tried to “undermine derogatory information” on first son, Hunter Biden, ahead of the 2020 election, Politico reported. As part of the House probe into first son, the heads of the US intelligence agencies will be asked to reveal whether they publicly lied to cover up Hunter Biden’s shady foreign activities while his father was vice-president, Californian Republican and House Minority Leader, Kevin McCarthy was cited as saying by the New York Post. “They should come in and talk to us. You’d want to ask these individuals what they knew and when. People can come in and talk to us and answer the questions. If that’s not the case there are times we will use the subpoena as well,” the House GOP leader added.


  • An economic downturn is looming over the European Union amid the Ukraine conflict, Finnish President Sauli Niinisto warned in an interview with local media released on Sunday. “Even we in Finland are used to living with the idea that everything will get better next year. But now this is suddenly no longer the case,” Finland’s leader said to the newspaper Maaseudun Tulevaisuus, adding that the trend may impact the concept of European unity. “We are moving in a direction where self-sufficiency in a very broad sense becomes central,” Niinisto reiterated. “It means self-sufficiency in terms of security, despite the fact that we have the NATO process in motion, and self-sufficiency so that there is enough food.”
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Kepler-186 Star System

There are many known exoplanets in habitable zones – orbits not too close to a star that the water boils off but not so far that the planet is frozen solid – as marked in green for both the solar system and Kepler-186 star system with its planets labeled b, c, d, e and f. NASA Ames/SETI Institute/JPL-Caltech/Wikimedia Commons

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Great Sphinx

The back of the Great Sphinx of Giza shows its giant tail. Old Kingdom, c. 2558–2532 BC.  (Alamy/Pegaz)

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Anything But Obvious

Apparently anything these days causes heart problems except the obvious. ~ awakenedspecies

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Thank You

When he calls them, the elephants he helped rescue come running…

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can become so strong it causes breaking waves and a ‘fizz’, droplets levitate and bounce on the surface of the water.

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