Russia claims to have intercepted two fighter jets and a spy plane from the U.K. along the Russian Border over the Black Sea. The planes did a U-turn when they were approached by Su-27 interceptors, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
“The crews of Russian fighters identified the air targets as an RC-135 surveillance, intelligence and electronic warfare aircraft and two RAF Typhoon multirole fighters,” according to the ministry. “When Russian fighters approached, the foreign military aircraft made a U-turn and headed away from the border.”
Meanwhile, a German state television channel has claimed that peace talks could begin as early as next month. They claim that several global leaders already met last week in Copenhagen and are on board with a planned peace talk next week. This follows a meeting last week when U.S. State Department officials are trying to head a “diplomatic offensive,” by asking other countries to stop working with Russia.
Australia proposed a bill that would fine social media companies for what the government calls “disinformation” and require them to keep records of how they combat the spread of disinformation.
The proposal is from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). It would instate a “code” or practice on social media platforms and establish “standards” to force the removal of content. It would also increase the use of fact-checkers. Violations could be hit with fines of nearly $5 million.
Curbing disinformation sounds nice but it would also curb free speech to content the government doesn’t like. Australia recently forced Twitter to remove content from two women who said that a trans-identified man could not and should not breast feed a baby. That is fact and one should be free to say it but if this is the kind of speech Australia opposes, social media companies are in trouble and so are Australian users.
The Twitter files showed us what happened when governments censored users. They don’t do it based on science or truth. They do it for their own agenda.
U.S. Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently received a standing ovation for saying this about misinformation campaigns:
"My business is to tell the truth. And Americans are adults. We're grown ups. We live in a democracy. Part of the responsibility of living in democracy is figuring out what the truth is and then debating about it and thinking about it. When the press thinks that their job is to protect you from dangerous misinformation, they are manipulating you."
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Pfizer ended the clinical trial for a diabetes pill called lotiglipron because they say that it was leading to elevated enzymes in the liver. Pfizer says that it will instead focus on its obesity drug called danuglipron.
That’s interesting because the obesity drug market is super hot right now. On Monday, Eli Lilly presented findings claiming that their obesity treatment could help people lose a quarter of their body weight in 11 months. Drug makers are rushing to compete with the viral popularity of Ozempic and Mounjaro.
These drugs are weekly injectables. They were developed to treat diabetes but are now marketed for weight loss after celebrities such as one of the Kardashians started using them. I don’t know which Kardashian and I refuse to look it up.
The Wall Street Journal says this about the safety of the drugs:
“Drugs such as Ozempic ‘are the beginning of this era of highly effective and well-tolerated anti-obesity medicines,’ said Dr. Ania Jastreboff, an obesity-treatment specialist and director of the Yale Obesity Research Center.”
Well tolerated? It is known to be associated with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, low blood sugar, hair loss, kidney damage, thyroid tumors and more. Doctors say that they have seen a spike in ER visits by people taking this.
More recently, these drugs were approved for children as young as 12. This is a drug that a person has to take forever! Starting at 12? It also does not cure any underlying cause of obesity.
-17. That is the approval, or rather a disapproval, rating for Vice President Kamala Harris, according to an NBC poll. NBC says that is the lowest rating for a VP in the history of this poll.
4,000%. That is how much transgender student enrollment has grown in New Jersey in the last four years for K through 12.
2 billion kilowatt-hours. That is how much electricity the world’s largest hybrid solar-hydro power plant can produce per year. That is equivalent to powering 700,000 households. The plant opened this weekend in China.
Were prehistoric humans cannibals? Scientists at the Smithsonian found cut marks on a 1.45 million-year-old human tibia that they say are consistent with stone cuts made on animals that humans ate for dinner.
The shin also had tiger bite marks which may mean that the humans didn't kill the human but may have partaken in the meal after the tiger had its share.
Dr Briana Pobiner, the study’s lead author, said: "These cut marks look very similar to what I’ve seen on animal fossils that were being processed for consumption. It seems most likely that the meat from this leg was eaten and that it was eaten for nutrition as opposed to for a ritual."
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