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The increasingly accessible Arctic is becoming another arena for US-China military jockeying

A US Marine Corps AH-1Z Viper over the Gulf of Alaska during Northern Edge 2021, May 3, 2021. US Marine Corps/Lance Cpl. Brendan Mullin The strategic importance of the Arctic is clear, as the US prepares for training exercises and China becomes more active in the Arctic region. "China, Russia, the US - Alaska is in the middle of all of it," former US intelligence officer says. See more stories on Insider's business page. Over the next two weeks, US armed forces will crawl through, driv...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Washington, China, Russia, US, Alabama, America, Trends, Getty Images, Beijing, Xi Jinping, Alaska, Crimea, Arctic, Marines


Siberia Is on Fire—and It’s Only May

It looks like wildfires in Siberia are starting up again—and some fires that never went out after last summer are starting to poke their heads out of the snow. Very normal and cool!Read more...
Tags: Science, Environment, Articles, Nature, Siberia, Wildfire, Earth Sciences, Emergency Management, Firefighter, Peat, Fire Prevention, Disaster Accident, Holdover Fire, Ecological Succession, Russian Wildfires


Navalny says Putin is a 'naked king' whose crown is 'sliding from his ears' amid mass anti-government protests in Russia

Law-enforcement officers in front of a rally in support of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, in St. Petersburg, Russia January 23, 2021. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov Navalny in a court appearance on Thursday ripped into Putin as a "naked king" clinging to power. "Your naked king wants to rule until the end, he doesn't care about the country," Navalny warned. The imprisoned Russian opposition leader's defiant comments came after a weekslong hunger strike. See more stories o...
Tags: Politics, News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Germany, Russia, International, Trends, Joe Biden, Moscow, Siberia, Kremlin, Times, Alexei Navalny, Moscow Russia, St Petersburg Russia


Stewart Brand and Brian Eno on “We Are As Gods”

In March 02021, We Are As Gods, the documentary about Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand, premiered at SXSW. As part of the premiere, the documentary’s directors, David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg, hosted a conversation between Brand and fellow Long Now co-founder Brian Eno. (Eno scored the film, contributing 24 original tracks to the soundtrack.) The full conversation can be watched above. A transcript follows below.   David Alvarado: Hi. My name is David Alvarado. I’m one of the directors fo...
Tags: Art, Video, Hollywood, Stanford, Singapore, India, Future, Mit, David, Army, Siberia, Brian, Volkswagen, West Coast, North America, Brian Eno


The US Army wants to regain 'dominance' in the Arctic, and it's looking all over the world for help

A US soldier on the ramp of a Chinook helicopter over Denali National Park and Reserve in Alaska, April 22, 2021. US Army Alaska/Benjamin Wilson The Arctic strategy released by the Army in March reflects the US military's increasing focus on the region. While the Army has long operated in Alaska, it's looking abroad to learn more about handling harsh conditions and tough terrain. See more stories on Insider's business page. In March, the Army became the latest military branch t...
Tags: Sweden, Washington, China, Russia, India, US, International, Trends, Canada, Nato, Alaska, Middle East, Arctic, Army, Finland, Siberia


Josh Hartnett to Lead The Fear Index Series From The Crown Producer

Photo Credit: David M. Benett / Contributor Getty Images Josh Hartnett (The Faculty, Black Hawk Down) has officially signed on for the leading role in Sky’s upcoming limited series adaptation of The Fear Index, based on author Robert Harris’ 2011 best-selling novel of the same name. It will also star Leila Farzad (I Hate Suzie), Arsher Ali (The Ritual), and Grégory Montel (Call My Agent).  The project hails from The Crown producer Left Bank Pictures and Sky Studios and is expected to begin fi...
Tags: Hbo, UK, TV, Movies, Drama, Lionsgate, Hungary, Ireland, Thriller, Showtime, Sky, TV News, Siberia, Sky Atlantic, Hartnett, PAUL


New to Amazon Prime Video - SIBERIA

An American diamond dealer finds himself stranded in a small Siberian town. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Siberia, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Benjamin Poole


Siberia Trailer: Willem Dafoe Stars in Lionsgate’s Psychological Thriller

The official Siberia trailer for Lionsgate’s upcoming psychological thriller film has been released, starring four-time Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe. The video features Dafoe’s Clint as he tries to confront his fears by going on a sled journey in order to find the truth about his horrid hallucinations. The film is scheduled to make its U.S. debut in select theaters on June 18, followed by a digital, VOD, Blu-ray, and DVD release on June 22. Check out the trailer in the player below! RELAT...
Tags: Video, Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Thriller, Wes Anderson, Siberia, Toro, Clint, Yorgos Lanthimos, Abel Ferrara, Willem Dafoe, ComingSoon, Movie News, Robert Eggers, Dafoe


Wacky New US Trailer for Abel Ferrara's 'Siberia' with Willem Dafoe

"Your soul is outside of you, and you must claim it!" Lionsgate has unveiled an official US trailer for the latest Abel Ferrara wacky mind-fuck film titled Siberia, starring his muse Willem Dafoe. This originally premiered at the 2020 Berlin Film Festival just before the pandemic shut everything down, and we featured an early promo trailer back then. It's now set for release this June in the US, if anyone wants to watch. The short description says it's "an exploration into the language of dr...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Trailer, US, Siberia, Indies, Clint, Abel Ferrara, Willem Dafoe, To Watch, Dafoe, Dounia Sichov Simon McBurney Cristina Chiriac, Anna Ferrara


Stadiums, museums and churches: mass vaccination centres around the world – in pictures

Governments and health organisations from LA to Siberia are setting up vaccination centres in underused stadiums, airports, trains and churches in an effort to vaccinate enough people to reach herd immunity Continue reading...
Tags: La, World news, Australia news, Culture, Siberia, Vaccines and immunisation


Eat your way across Russia

Spanning 17 million square kilometers and 11 time zones, Russia is teeming with taste. The stunning landscapes of the Southern District are littered with vineyards. The Northwest has a growing reputation for seafood, and a long-standing tradition for the innovative culinary use of cod liver. Siberia is abounding with pelmeni (known as “the heart of Russian cuisine”), as well as rustic flavors with roots in hunting--such as smoked wild meats with taiga herbs, fruity, berry-laden accompaniments an...
Tags: Google, Asia, Russia, Moscow, Siberia, Venice, Leo Tolstoy, St Petersburg, Kamchatka, Northwest, Tula, Volga, Mosfilm, Arts & Culture, Sakhalin, Google Arts Culture


Traditional Medical Practices From Around The World

Medicine has a long and complex history, with many twists and turns along the way. Around the world, many traditions – both folk and institutional – have sprung up. These traditions employed locally available resources and were often based on locally held beliefs. The role of the healer in society has always been an important one. Ethnopharmacologists are academics dedicated to the study of traditional healing and medicine. They often argue that the way in which a society treats medicine can te...
Tags: England, Parenting, China, West Africa, World Health Organization, Siberia, Burkina Faso, Qi, Isles, Yin Yang, Health & Healing, Health Organization, Rauwolfia


Just 3% of world’s ecosystems remain intact, study suggests

Pristine areas in the Amazon and Siberia may expand with animal reintroductions, scientists sayJust 3% of the world’s land remains ecologically intact with healthy populations of all its original animals and undisturbed habitat, a study suggests.These fragments of wilderness undamaged by human activities are mainly in parts of the Amazon and Congo tropical forests, east Siberian and northern Canadian forests and tundra, and the Sahara. Invasive alien species including cats, foxes, rabbits, goats...
Tags: Amazon, Climate Change, Australia, Environment, Wildlife, Conservation, Trees and forests, Deforestation, Amazon Rainforest, Congo, Siberia, Biodiversity


Nuclear DNA from sediments helps unlock ancient human history

Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology retrieved Neandertal nuclear DNA from cave deposits in northern Spain and southern Siberia, yielding new clues to the population history of Neandertals. With the advent of nuclear DNA analyses of sediments, similar studies at other sites can provide new insights into the deep human past that do not rely on the discovery of bones and teeth.
Tags: Science, Spain, Siberia, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology


Longtime Russian governor admits to hoaxing Yeti sightings to boost Siberian tourism

Aman Tuleyev, governor of Siberia's Kemerovo Oblast region from 1997 to 2018, admitted to hoaxing Yeti sightings to boost tourism. Along with enlisting a staff-member to wear a fur coat and pretend to be the legendary animal, they also deposited suspicious hair for cryptozoology enthusiasts to find and subject to DNA testing for identification. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Bigfoot, Siberia, Yeti, Cryptozoology, Aman Tuleyev, Kemerovo Oblast


Bitter battle over tourism at Russia's 'Sacred Sea'

Lake Baikal, Russia's 'Sacred Sea,' has been a lifeline for inhabitants of southern Siberia for thousands of years, thanks to its pristine water and rich fauna.
Tags: News, Russia, Stories, Siberia, Lake Baikal Russia, Sacred Sea


The world's largest freshwater lake is under threat

Lake Baikal, Russia's 'Sacred Sea,' has been a lifeline for inhabitants of southern Siberia for thousands of years, thanks to its pristine water and rich fauna.
Tags: News, Stories, Siberia, Lake Baikal Russia, Sacred Sea


The bitter battle over tourism at Russia's 'Sacred Sea'

Lake Baikal, Russia's 'Sacred Sea,' has been a lifeline for inhabitants of southern Siberia for thousands of years, thanks to its pristine water and rich fauna.
Tags: News, Russia, Stories, Siberia, Lake Baikal Russia, Sacred Sea


Where Siberian orchids thrive: New hotspot of orchids discovered near Novosibirsk

In Siberia, near Novosibirsk, scientists discovered a unique orchid hotspot, where they found 14 species, some of which had never been registered before in this territory. There, researchers found one of the largest populations of large-flowered lady's-slipper (Cypripedium macranthos) in Northern Eurasia, with up to 5,000 individual plants. A new "Important Plant Area" is nominated for South Siberia to preserve the discovered orchids. Their research is published in the open-access scientific jo...
Tags: Science, Siberia, Novosibirsk, Northern Eurasia, South Siberia


Neanderthal ancestry identifies oldest modern human genome

In an article published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, researchers analyse the genome of an almost complete skull first discovered in Zlatý K??, Czechia in the early 1950s and now stored in the National Museum in Prague. The segments of Neanderthal DNA in its genome were longer than those of the Ust'-Ishim individual from Siberia, the previous oldest modern human sequenced, suggesting modern humans lived in the heart of Europe more than 45,000 years ago.
Tags: Europe, Science, Prague, Siberia, National Museum


Seven new books on environmental history [reading list]

The reciprocal relationship between humanity and nature may define the future of our life on this planet, but it is also an inescapable force in our history. To discover how the natural world has impacted the course of history, explore these seven new titles on environmental history:1. Rivers of the Sultan by Faisal H. HusainThe Tigris and Euphrates rivers run through the heart of the Middle East and merge in the area of Mesopotamia known as the “cradle of civilization.” In their long and volati...
Tags: Utah, Books, Featured, China, Germany, Russia, History, World, American Civil War, Idaho, Middle East, Antarctica, Siberia, Ussr, South, West Germany


EU and UK pledge backing to Ukraine after Russian military buildup

Boris Johnson and European envoy say Kiev has their ‘unwavering support’, while Moscow denies threatening behaviour The European Union and UK have pledged “unwavering” support for Ukraine’s government amid concerns of a military escalation in the east of the country or a possible new offensive against the Nato ally after recent Russian troop movements.Ukraine has accused Russia of massing thousands of military personnel on its northern and eastern borders as well as on the Crimean peninsula anne...
Tags: Europe, UK, Russia, Eu, European Union, World news, Ukraine, Nato, Moscow, Siberia, Boris Johnson, Kiev


EU pledges backing to Ukraine after Russian military buildup

European envoy says Kiev has its ‘unwavering support’ while Moscow denies threatening behaviour The European Union has pledged its “unwavering” support for Ukraine’s government amid concerns of a military escalation in the east of the country or a possible new offensive against the Nato ally after recent Russian troop movements.Ukraine has accused Russia of massing thousands of military personnel on its northern and eastern borders as well as on the Crimean peninsula annexed by Moscow in 2014. O...
Tags: Europe, Russia, Eu, European Union, World news, Ukraine, Nato, Moscow, Siberia, Kiev


After Years of Setbacks, Researchers Finally Prepare Underwater Neutrino Telescope in Siberia

The New York Times tells the story of the Baikal-Gigaton Volume Detector, the largest neutrino telescope in the Northern Hemisphere and one of the world's biggest underwater space telescopes, now submerged in the world's deepest lake in Siberia. The Times includes a quote from 80-year-old Russian physicist Grigori V. Domogatski, who has actually "led the quest" for this underwater telescope for 40 years. "If you take on a project, you must understand that you have to realize it in any conditio...
Tags: Germany, Russia, Berlin, Tech, Earth, Afghanistan, Hawaii, New York Times, Moscow, Siberia, Slovakia, Times, Soviet Union, Northern Hemisphere, TASS, Baikal


The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Ep. 3: Clues, Takeaways & Predictions

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Ep. 3: Clues, takeaways & predictions After finally uniting the titular heroes with last week’s hilarious and action-packed episode, Disney+’s latest Marvel Cinematic Universe series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier has returned for its third episode and the world of the story is starting to grow in interesting ways. RELATED: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Ep. 2 Clues, Takeaways & Predictions Clues: Welcome to Madripoor, There’s a New Serum Out There ...
Tags: Movies, Germany, US, America, Siberia, Latvia, Cia, Lithuania, Avengers, Sam, Sarah, Steve, Hydra, Falcon, Selby, Walker


‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Team Up With Old Enemies and Lost Allies in “The Power Broker”

Hello, and welcome to your weekly recap of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. These are meant to be read after watching, so they will go deep into spoiler territory. You have been warned! Previously On… In “The Star Spangled-Man,” Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) fought the Flag Smashers in Munich alongside the new Captain America (Wyatt Russell) and Battlestar (Clé Bennett), but were unsuccessful in their attempt to recover the stolen Super Soldier Serum. Desp...
Tags: Movies, Berlin, Disney, America, Features, Munich, Siberia, Cia, Sam, Marvel Studios, Captain-America, Steve, Hydra, Falcon, Selby, Marvel Cinematic Universe


Carried with the wind: mass migration of Larch Budmoth to the Russian High Arctic

In the summer of 2020, hundreds of Larch Budmoths were observed on Vize Island, in the Russian High Arctic, likely transported over 1,200 km by air currents from Siberia. This is the first and only terrestrial invertebrate to ever be discovered on the island. This finding could mean that Vize island is less isolated from insect migrants than was commonly thought. The observations were published in the open-access scientific journal Nota Lepidopterologica.
Tags: Science, Siberia, Vize, Larch Budmoth, Vize Island


Why kolinsky sable paintbrushes are so expensive

Kolinsky sable brushes can cost over $300 each. The brushes were originally commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1866, and can take over a week to make. It takes years to train to make these brushes, and the brushmakers have an average of 27 years of experience. See more stories on Insider's business page. Following is a transcript of the video.Narrator: Making a Series 7 kolinsky sable watercolor brush isn't easy. The largest-size brush can take almost a week and a half to make.You can p...
Tags: Trends, Italy, Siberia, Victoria, Manchuria, Kolinsky, Charlie Floyd, Lowestoft England, Sandra Harris, Shane Buckingham, Mark Brindle


Coronavirus live news: Germany could face 100,000 cases a day, expert warns; EMA approves Halix vaccine factory

President of Robert Koch Institute says infections ; EMA in Netherlands and GermanyFrance claims UK will struggle to source second Covid jabsCovid third wave may overrun Africa’s healthcare, warns WHOBiden pledges 200m vaccine shots in 100 daysUK diplomacy masks private fury in Covid vaccine row with EUSee all our coronavirus coverage 2.24pm GMT At least nine coronavirus patients died in a fire that engulfed a mall housing a hospital in Mumbai, authorities said. Rescue workers were still...
Tags: UK, Germany, Russia, Africa, World news, Infectious Diseases, Netherlands, Siberia, Vaccines and immunisation, Mumbai, Reuters, EMA, Robert Koch Institute, Vector Institute, Coronavirus, COVID


Russian scientists find microplastics in Siberian snow and rainwater

Researchers have found microplastics in the guts of fish in Siberia's rivers “ all of which connect with the Arctic Ocean.
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