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В США впервые за 21 год объявили максимальный уровень магнитной бури


В последний раз максимальный уровень оценки геомагнитной бури устанавливался в октябре 2003 года.

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Пасечник: ВСУ ударили по нефтебазе в Ровеньках ракетами ATACMS


Удар был нанесён ракетами американского производства с кассетными боеприпасами.

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Губернатор штата Нью-Йорк Хоукул объявляет о начале строительства двух инфраструктурных проектов в Нижней долине Гудзона


Губернатор Хоукул запустил два инфраструктурных проекта в нижней части долины Гудзона, инвестировав 11 миллионов долларов в улучшение шоссе 45 в Спринг-Вэлли с полной обустройством улиц […]

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Мэр Нью-Йорка Эрик Адамс выступил с речью по поводу объявления губернатором Хоукулом бюджета на транспортную безопасность


Мэр Нью-Йорка Эрик Адамс и губернатор Хоукул объединили усилия, чтобы объявить о введении в действие Закона Сэмми, направленного на снижение смертности и травматизма в результате […]

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Donald Trump is finally holding a rally – and the location seems to give something away


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Last month Donald Trump’s handlers pulled the plug on the vast majority of his campaign rallies, citing budgetary issues, when it was pretty obvious that they were simply trying to keep him from humiliating himself. His dementia symptoms have gotten so severe that his every public appearance makes him less politically viable.

Since that time Trump’s babysitters have used excuses as silly as “the wind” for canceling Trump’s other planned rallies. In fact since his trial got underway, Trump has only spent one day campaigning. He has the weekends off from the trial, he has Wednesdays off, he even had a three day weekend in there. But he doesn’t do anything with it.

Now Trump has finally announced another rally, and this time the location is bizarre: New Jersey. No really, New Jersey. It’s a state that Trump has no chance of winning in November. Holding a rally there is mostly pointless. Yet New Jersey does have one thing going for it, which is that it’s geographically close to Trump’s New York trial.

It looks like Trump’s handlers are finally letting him hold a rally, but they’re making sure that it’s a short travel distance from the trial, in the hope that he won’t be quite so frazzled and confused by the time he gets there.

Travel takes a lot out of dementia patients, and can leave them more confused than usual. This appears to be an attempt at minimizing the effect of Trump’s dementia on his rally speech.


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If so, it means that Trump is holding a rally that serves no political purpose whatsoever, other than to get the media to stop writing stories about how he’s not holding rallies anymore. It just keeps getting more embarrassing for him.

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В Израиле назвали возможное местонахождение лидера ХАМАС


Лидер палестинского движения Яхья Синвар может скрываться в тоннелях.

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US criticizes Israeli war conduct but did not conclude American weapons were used unlawfully


US Secretary of State Antony Blinken submitted a report to Congress criticizing Israel’s conduct in Gaza. However, the report says Israel is not currently stopping aid into Gaza and stops short of saying it is using U.S. weapons in ways that violate U.S. or international law. The findings follow Washington’s suspension of a bomb shipment to Israel over concerns that the Israeli prime minister plans to expand military operations in Rafah. White House Bureau Chief Patsy Widakuswara has the story.

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First ‘extreme’ solar storm in 20 years brings spectacular auroras


Washington — The most powerful solar storm in more than two decades struck Earth on Friday, triggering spectacular celestial light shows in skies from Tasmania to Britain — and threatening possible disruptions to satellites and power grids as it persists into the weekend.

The first of several coronal mass ejections (CMEs) — expulsions of plasma and magnetic fields from the sun — came just after 1600 GMT, according to the Space Weather Prediction Center at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

It was later upgraded to an “extreme” geomagnetic storm — the first since the “Halloween Storms” of October 2003 caused blackouts in Sweden and damaged power infrastructure in South Africa. More CMEs are expected to pummel the planet in the coming days.

Social media lit up with people posting pictures of auroras from northern Europe and Australasia.

“We’ve just woken the kids to go watch the Northern Lights in the back garden! Clearly visible with the naked eye,” Iain Mansfield of Hertford, Britain, told AFP.

“Absolutely biblical skies in Tasmania at 4am this morning. I’m leaving today and knew I could not pass up this opportunity,” photographer Sean O’ Riordan posted on X alongside a photo.

Authorities notified satellite operators, airlines and the power grid to take precautionary steps for potential disruptions caused by changes to Earth’s magnetic field.

Unlike solar flares, which travel at the speed of light and reach Earth in about eight minutes, CMEs travel at a more sedate pace, with officials putting the current average at 800 kilometers per second.

They emanated from a massive sunspot cluster that is 17 times wider than Earth. The sun is approaching the peak of an 11-year cycle that brings heightened activity.

‘Go outside tonight and look’

Mathew Owens, a professor of space physics at the University of Reading, told AFP that while the effects would be largely felt over the planet’s northern and southern latitudes, how far they would extend would depend on the storm’s final strength.

“Go outside tonight and look would be my advice because if you see the aurora, it’s quite a spectacular thing,” he added. If people have eclipse glasses, they can also look for the sunspot cluster during the day.

In the United States, this could include places such as Northern California and Alabama, officials said.

NOAA’s Brent Gordon encouraged the public to try to capture the night sky with phone cameras even if they can’t see auroras with their naked eyes.

“Just go out your back door and take a picture with the newer cell phones and you’d be amazed at what you see in that picture versus what you see with your eyes.”

Spacecraft and pigeons

Fluctuating magnetic fields associated with geomagnetic storms induce currents in long wires, including power lines, which can potentially lead to blackouts. Long pipelines can also become electrified, leading to engineering problems.

Spacecraft are also at risk from high doses of radiation, though the atmosphere prevents this from reaching Earth.

NASA has a dedicated team looking into astronaut safety and can ask astronauts on the International Space Station to move to places within the outpost that are better shielded.

Pigeons and other species that have internal biological compasses could also be affected. Pigeon handlers have noted a reduction in birds coming home during geomagnetic storms, according to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Officials said people should have the normal backup plans in place for power outages, such as having flashlights, batteries and radios at hand.

The most powerful geomagnetic storm in recorded history, known as the Carrington Event, occurred in September 1859, named after British astronomer Richard Carrington.

Excess currents on telegraph lines at that time caused electrical shocks to technicians and even set some telegraph equipment ablaze. 


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Barron Trump just went running for the hills


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The other day it was reported that Barron Trump, who is now eighteen, would be serving as a delegate from Florida at this summer’s Republican National Convention. This meant that Donald Trump’s youngest son would be following in the same sleazy footsteps as the rest of his family.

But after a couple days of bad press, NBC News now says that Barron Trump is not going to be a delegate after all. This isn’t necessarily surprising. Everyone has been quite hands-off when it comes to this kid, because he’s a kid. But if he were to appear in support of his criminally monstrous father’s political agenda, Barron would have quickly been labeled a monster alongside his father.


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Meanwhile it continues to stand out just how little presence Donald Trump’s family has had at his criminal trial. If they were to show up, it would provide Trump with good political optics, and even the jury could see that his family supported him. But as it stands, Trump continues to rot alone in court.

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Police arrest dozens as they break up pro-Palestinian protests at US universities