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500 days of isolation a Spanish woman breaks the record for staying in a cave

Spain's Beatriz Flamini broke the record for survival in a cave after she spent 500 days without contact with the outside world, which is double the previous world record.

By News CorrectPublished about a year ago 5 min read

This was reported by the RTVE channel today, Friday, as the professional athlete in climbing and specializing in spelunking, Beatrice Flamini, came out after entering the cave on November 20, 2021, and spent in a cave in the province of Granada at a depth of 70 meters 500 days of isolation, without any contact with the outside world. , which is twice the previous record in Spain, which is 103 days five decades ago, as well as the Italian Christina Lanzoni, who spent 269 days in an underground laboratory in 2007.

However, most of the people who experimented before did so in underground laboratories, and remained in direct contact with the outside world. As for Beatrice Vlaminen, who underwent the experiment as part of the Timecave project, which began two years ago after contacting the company Dokumalia that helped her with the plan, she spent That time in complete isolation, while the work team recorded her daily life underground to study how social isolation and severe temporal confusion affect the perception of time as well as psychological and neurological changes, as a group of experts developed an action plan in the event of potential accidents, to ensure the safety of the athlete.

The team members monitored her state of health with the help of surveillance cameras and recordings that Flamini received at certain times, and the team provided her with food and water through an exchange at an intermediate point through which it was impossible to cross paths or communicate.

Timecave spokeswoman Jelena Mira explained that due to the skill of the athlete, she tried to calculate the time in some way, but in the end she could not know the exact date, as she was completely unaware of it. Source: Novosti

Ashes of the erupting volcano "Sheveluch" reach the city of Belgorod, Russia!

Russian media reported that the ashes of the erupting volcano "Sheveluch" reached Russian cities thousands of kilometers away from the center of the volcano's existence.

On the subject, the director of the Belgorod Engineering Center, Ivan Nikulin, said: "Scientists from Belgorod State University analyzed the (white) rain that fell in the city today, Thursday, and found that it contained traces of volcanic ash."

He added, "The residents of the city of Belgorod published pictures on social media showing traces left by unusual rains that fell in the city this morning, Thursday, and left white spots on cars and people's clothes, so we analyzed samples of that rain, and we expected that it contained sand, but it turned out that it contains large quantities." of potassium, and this indicates the possibility that they contain volcanic ash that could be ash from the volcano that recently erupted in Kamchatka.

Nikulin pointed out, "The rains that fell in Belgorod do not pose a serious danger to humans, and that experts will follow this matter closely, and will consult with meteorologists to find out the possibility of such rains falling in the city again."

And Russian media had warned, on April 11, of the "Sheveloch" volcano, which erupted on the Kamchatka Peninsula, and indicated that the columns of smoke that rose from it reached a height of approximately 20 km, and the sky above it was covered with a cloud of dust over an area of ​​tens of square kilometers. On April 12, a new ejection of ash was observed from the volcano, as the dust emitted from it reached a height of 10,000 m. Source: Novosti

Egypt A complaint to the government because of the Jaafar El-Omda series

A lawyer filed a complaint with the Minister of Culture, to change the end of the Jaafar Al-Omda series, and to hold the action hero accountable at the end of the events.

The lawyer explained that the Jaafar El-Omda series was distinguished by a wonderful performance by a constellation of creative artists, and its impact was clear on the audience, who were drawn to it and followed its events, but the hero of the work must be held accountable for his crimes at the end of the events.

The lawyer relied on Article 1 of Law 430 of 1955 regulating censorship of works by subjecting audio and audiovisual works to censorship, whether they were performed directly or were fixed or recorded on any means of technology, with the aim of protecting public order, morals, and the supreme interests of the state.

It also relied on Article 9 that the authority based on censorship may withdraw, by a reasoned decision, the previously issued license at any time if new circumstances arise that require that, and in this case it may re-license the work after making whatever deletion, addition or modification it deems appropriate without charging a fee.

The lawyer stressed that the law is clear in the permissibility of amending the license granted to the series by modifying its scenes in order to protect the image of the law in the eyes of the youth and the public.

In conclusion, he demanded: the implementation of Article 9 of Law 430 of 1955 regulating censorship of works by amending the closing scenes of the series Jaafar al-Omda, by adding scenes of the trial and punishment of the hero of the series / Jaafar for his crimes. Source: Cairo 24

The US Army is testing short-range air defense laser models

The US Army announced that it has conducted a live-fire test of prototypes of the Stryker-based short-range air defense system with a 50-kilowatt laser.

The director of the US Army's Office of Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies, General Robert Rush, told Defense News that the drones that were used as targets to be hit, which were divided into 3 groups, "scattered their debris in the air," stressing that the air defense system is "very, very effective."

He pointed out that "while the drones do not operate with lasers, some challenges still exist in removing missiles, artillery and mortars."

Now receiving its first platoon batch of the systems, the Army is taking its first two Directed Energy Maneuver-SHORAD prototypes to the Yuma test site, to train with soldiers.

According to Rush, the third prototype is about to enter acceptance testing, and the fourth prototype will be delivered within the next two months.

Rush said development testing with soldiers will continue through the next quarter and in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2023, the Army will begin developing tactics, technologies and procedures for the systems. Integration of this technology into combat capability." Source: Defense News

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