News Burst 8 March 2022
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- Finnish companies are leaving Russia. President and CEO Annikka Hurme explained that the dairy manufacturer “does not have the ethical preconditions to continue operating in Russia” and is therefore ceasing operations in the country. Food and beverage company Paulig, which employs around 200 people in Russia, also announced on Monday its withdrawal from the country, saying the move would be done “with due consideration to Paulig employees, customers, and local legislation. Bakery and confectionery goods producer Fazer, which employing approximately 2,300 people in Russia, announced on Sunday that it did not “see any other solution than to exit Russia.”
- Dr Ajmal Zemmar, a neurosurgeon at the University of Louisville, in the US, stumbled across something so deep, it throws doubt over when a person truly dies. He was treating an 87-year-old patient, who had a bleed between the brain and skull. “The thing that changed the standard was this: while the EEG was recording, the patient suffered a cardiac arrest and died. So, now, all of a sudden, we have the first-ever recording from life to death in the human brain,” Zemmar said. “So, one thing our study might open up for discussion is this: is it worthwhile considering recording EEG? When do we die – is it when the heart stops beating or when the brain stops reacting?”
- Prime Minister Imran Khan lashed out at foreign diplomats who pressured Pakistan to join a UN resolution condemning Russia over its military attack on Ukraine, accusing the envoys of treating Pakistan like “slaves.” “What do you think of us? Are we your slaves… that whatever you say, we will do?” Khan said, before asking EU ambassadors whether they wrote “such a letter to India,” which also remains neutral. Khan claimed that Pakistan had suffered for previously supporting NATO’s military action in Afghanistan and declared, “We are friends with Russia, and we are also friends with America; we are friends with China and with Europe; we are not in any camp.”
- According to the Ministry of Defense in Moscow, the ultranationalist militants allegedly rigged a small experimental nuclear reactor at the Institute of Physics and Technology (KIPT) with explosives. “The SBU and the militants of the Azov Battalion are planning to blow up the reactor and accuse the Russian Armed Forces of allegedly launching a missile attack on the experimental nuclear facility,” the ministry said in a statement, warning of the risk of radioactive contamination of the area should such a false flag incident take place. Earlier on Sunday, Ukraine’s Internal Affairs Ministry already accused Russian forces of shelling the city, claiming that at least one projectile hit the KIPT, which hosts an experimental neutron source reactor with “37 nuclear fuel elements loaded into its active zone.”
- “We are not at war against Russia, we are in solidarity with the Ukrainians”, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said. The Russian military has announced a ceasefire from 10:00 a.m. (07:00 GMT) and opened humanitarian corridors for the residents of Kiev, Mariupol, Kharkov, Sumy to leave the cities, at the personal request of French President Emmanuel Macron to Vladimir Putin.
Russia will monitor and control the evacuation using drones in order to prevent Kiev from sabotaging the process again. On Sunday, Macron held separate talks with president Vladimir Putin and Volodymyr Zelensky. “I talked today with President Putin and then with President Zelensky. We are working to preserve integrity of Ukraine’s civilian nuclear installations, in addition to the prioritized demands that we present to Russia: a ceasefire and protection of civilians,” Macron tweeted.
- [ No Public Cash? ] Charles, Prince of Wales, the heir apparent of the British throne, is providing a greater part of the estimated £12 million ($16.3 million) in the sex abuse deal agreed upon between Prince Andrew and his accuser, Virginia Giuffre, reported The Sun. Queen Elizabeth II is also purportedly to be chipping in to cover the out-of-court settlement, with no public cash being used.
- In an official statement, West Bengal’s Additional Secretary B.P. Gopalika said that intelligence reports had been received that internet transmissions and Voice over Internet Telephony might be used for unlawful activities in certain areas over the next few days. Meanwhile, Internet services will not be suspended on 10 March, when the election results for five states – Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Manipur, Punjab and Uttarakhand, will be announced. The decision is also being viewed as a preventive measure to avoid cheating in board exams starting from Monday, when millions of students will be taking the exams. Recently, thousands of students protested against the state governments in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, alleging irregularities in exams.
- In protest of the US government’s COVID-19-related restrictions, the protest group is replicating the “Freedom Convoy,” which saw truckers in Canada block the streets of Ottawa for weeks and jam many US-Canada border crossings. The “People’s Convoy,” a group of American truckers and other vehicles, slowed traffic on Sunday as they drove around the Capital Beltway, a roadway that encircles Washington, DС.
- [ Weekly Asteroid ] A gigantic “potentially hazardous” asteroid zoomed past Earth on 4 March at what the US space agency, NASA, warned was a “close” distance to our planet. Asteroid 138971 (2001 CB21) is said to be up to 4,265 feet wide – almost three times as big as the Empire State Building, with NASA having previously placed it on its ‘Earth Close Approaches’ list. The next asteroid of considerable size to potentially hit Earth is the 164-foot (50-metre) space rock 2005 ED224. However, when skimming past our planet on 11 March 2023, there is roughly a 1 in 500,000 chance of any impact.
- Former national security advisor John Bolton has accused his former boss Donald Trump of planning to pull the US out of NATO if elected for a second term, and said that Russia’s Vladimir Putin was “waiting” for this eventuality. A Trump spokesperson dismissed Bolton’s claims, suggesting that the foreign policy hawk was “only happy when America is at war.”
- As Queen Elizabeth II prepares for her Platinum Jubilee celebrations’ culmination in June, a hearing in New York on the 28th of the same month threatens to cast a dark cloud over the events. While under the terms of an out-of-court settlement reached between the American-Australian woman Virginia Giuffre (nee Roberts) and the royal in mid-February she is said to have agreed to keep quiet until after the jubilee. “Although there were just four women who testified against Maxwell at her trial she had many more victims. With Epstein dead, Maxwell’s sentencing is going to be their chance to have their say. There will be a line out the door if the judge allows them all to speak. Virginia is highly likely to want to make a statement,” the legal source was quoted as saying.
- The Russian military earlier accused Ukrainian ultranationalist battalion units of using civilians as human shields, and of holding civilians “hostage” in cities and settlements surrounded by Russian forces. Russia has recorded numerous instances of violence against civilians by Ukraine’s nationalist battalion forces, including killings of people suspected of collaborating with Moscow, the Russian military’s recently established humanitarian reaction HQ has reported. The HQ accused Ukraine’s authorities of losing control over the situation in their country, saying they have become unable to resolve problems due to the influence of radical forces. Kiev’s residents have not been properly notified about the opportunities that exist for the city’s safe evacuation, the HQ said. The MoD subagency also reported on the state of humanitarian aid deliveries to Ukraine, saying 882 tonnes of assistance has been delivered to date.
- The center of our galaxy is a violent and crowded place, writes Laura Betz at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Sagittarius A*, a supermassive black hole weighing 4 million times as much as our sun is surrounded by millions of stars whipping around it at close proximity with breakneck speeds. As in other similar galaxies, the gravitational pull of the central supermassive black hole is responsible for the motion of all the billions of stars in the galaxy as they slowly orbit the galactic center. This includes the sun, whose orbit around the galactic center takes about 230 million years. The extreme immediate environment of Sagittarius A*, including strong gravitational forces and intense ultraviolet light and X-ray radiation cannot be reproduced in a lab and therefore provide astronomers a unique opportunity to study physics under such extreme conditions.
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Earlier this year professor Kim Praebel, from the Arctic University of Norway, found that Greenland Sharks could have a lifespan of up to 400 years. But the recent analysis proves that the species might live to be even older. With the assistance of a mathematical model analyzing the lens and also the membrane that joined size with age, researchers found the way to predict age. The method to get the age of the animal decided last year.
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