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Unusual signals from space have been detected by scientists. However, an official publication’s report on it was removed. According to Science and Technology Daily, a publication of the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology, Zhang Tonjie’s team used the Five-hundred-Meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (Fast) to detect narrowband electromagnetic signals that differed from previously recorded signals. The signal was discovered in data from exoplanet observations by the team. Zhang told the ministry publication that it could be an indication of an extraterrestrial civilization. However, it is possible that it is simply electromagnetic interference. This needs to be looked into further.…

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The fully autonomous trimaran Mayflower 400 (Mayflower Autonomous Ship – MAS) made the Atlantic crossing on Sunday after 40 days and a series of breakdowns. With the arrival in the port of Halifax in the eastern Canadian province of Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia), the 3500 miles long mission of the autonomous ship has now been completed successfully. Mechanical breakdowns The first attempt started in June 2021. The ship was supposed to cross the Atlantic from Plymouth (UK) and arrive in Washington DC. But the journey of the unmanned boat, which was only controlled by an AI, had to be aborted after…

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The pandemic has massive consequences for the health of children and young people in Germany. In 2021, depression and eating disorders continued to rise among adolescents between the ages of 15 and 17. Girls with mental illnesses were treated as inpatients significantly more often than boys. At primary school age, there was a noticeable increase in disorders of social functions and an increase in developmental disorders.  This is the result of the analysis of current hospital data from DAK-Gesundheit for the Children and Youth Report 2022. DAK CEO Andreas Storm and the professional association of pediatricians are calling for quick political action…

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The US Congress is dealing with UFOs today. For the first time in decades, the unidentified flying objects are the subject of a hearing in Congress. Senior Defense Department officials are to answer questions from MPs on the Counter-Terrorism, Counterintelligence, and Arms Control Subcommittee. Watch the House Intelligence Committee’s subcommittee public hearing on “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” live below. The session is commencing at 9 a.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday. “The American people expect and deserve their leaders in government and intelligence to seriously evaluate and respond to any potential national security risks—especially those we do not fully understand.”Indiana Representative André Carson and…

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Chancellor Olaf Scholz addressed the nation on TV in the evening. In his speech, he emphasized the historical legacy of May 8 and explained Germany’s decision to supply heavy weapons to Ukraine. “Putin will not win the war.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAQ4OBMAdc8 The following full text of the speech is auto-translated from German to English. “Dear fellow citizens! 77 years ago today, the Second World War ended in Europe. The silence of the guns on May 8, 1945, was like a graveyard quiet – over the graves of more than 60 million women, men, and children. Millions of them fell on the battlefields. Millions have been murdered in their towns…

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Meet the Poseidon, the Kremlin’s new horror weapon: The threat to use the new type of nuclear torpedo in the Ukraine war and to cause “500 meter high tsunamis” in the Atlantic caused fear among many Europeans. Recently, the Kremlin threatened the use of the “Satan 2” nuclear missiles. Now, a Russian state TV channel contemplated the use of nuclear torpedoes. These torpedoes, dubbed Poseidon, could shift the balance of power in Russia’s favor, according to Western military experts. These nuclear-powered giant torpedoes are launched from Russian “Khabarovsk”-class submarines. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SnTkc0r6gk 20 times larger than a conventional submarine torpedo The Russian Poseidon torpedoes…

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The US military has shown in a test that it is possible to wirelessly transmit electrical energy over a longer distance. A team from the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), a US Navy research facility, transmitted 1.6 kilowatts of electrical energy over a distance of one kilometer. According to the NRL, it was “the most significant demonstration of power beaming in nearly 50 years”. The electricity is converted into microwaves for transmission through the air. These are then sent in a directed beam to a receiver. A dish serves as the transmitting antenna, which makes it possible to precisely focus the beam. Microwaves become direct…

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Researchers from China have set a new record in quantum communication, according to their own statements. Encrypted information has been transported over a distance of more than 100 kilometers – albeit very slowly. Long Guilu, a physics professor at Tsinghua University, and his team have been researching quantum-based technology for secure direct communication for 20 years. After the first major breakthrough was achieved in 2020, when data was transmitted over a distance of around 18.5 kilometers using the encrypted connection, the Chinese researchers have now set a new record. Quantum communication: successful attempt As eurasiantimes.com writes, citing a report in the South…

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The new law is intended to prevent anonymous crypto payments in the EU and a possible exemption has now been rejected by two committees. On April 31, 2022, the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) and the Committee on Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs (LIBE) of the EU Parliament voted for a complete end to anonymous crypto payments within the EU. As reported by the Reuters news agency, a report calling for the identification of participants in such non-free payments was adopted by a large majority. According to the proposal, both the sender and recipient of the coins would have to be recorded for…

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The bad news first: SpaceX is halting production of the Crew Dragons for the time being. The good news: The company wants to focus fully on the new Starship. For space tourists and everyone who wants to become one: According to a report by Reuters, there will be no new Crew Dragons for the time being. SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell told Reuters that the company’s fourth space capsule to carry astronauts to the International Space Station is being completed. However, one wants to continue to produce spare parts, since the capsules have to be overhauled after each flight in Florida. “We can build…

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