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Yesterday, a NASA livestream falsely indicated that an ISS astronaut was experiencing decompression sickness (DCS), a potentially life-threatening condition, ahead of a scheduled spacewalk.

NASA broadcast an emergency situation on board the ISS on Wednesday at 6:32 p.m., with a voice from ground control asking to put an unnamed “commander” in his spacesuit for hypobaric treatment after being exposed to increased pressure.

About an hour later, the space agency clarified that there was no emergency situation on the ISS; instead the aired audio was from a simulation channel on the ground “indicating a crew member was experiencing effects related to decompression sickness,” NASA wrote on X.

“This audio was inadvertently misrouted from an ongoing simulation where crew members and ground teams train for various scenarios in space and is not related to a real emergency,” NASA added.

Decompression sickness, also known as the bends, typically occurs with change in pressure during scuba diving and can sometimes affect astronauts during spacewalks, forming bubbles in the bloodstream.

NASA had scheduled a spacewalk on Thursday for astronauts Tracy Dyson and Matt Dominick to complete the removal of a faulty electronics box.


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BÜRGENSTOCK, Switzerland — Kyiv will not respond to ultimatums, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's top adviser said on Saturday, reacting to proposals put forward by the Kremlin to resolve the war in Ukraine.

"Ultimatums don't work with Ukraine, and our people proved that on the battlefield in the past two years,” Yermak said.

Putin also demanded that the West lift all sanctions against Russia, and that Moscow's claims to the territories of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson be recognized internationally.

Even though Russia and China were not present, Yermak still called the summit a victory due to the wide attendance from all continents of the world, including some Russia-leaning African and Global South countries.

The first summit is focused on just three points: nuclear and food safety and the return of Ukrainian POWs and children abducted by Russia.

“Principles of the future of joint plan that would be based on peace formula but we are very open to all opinions of all countries, who respect international law," Yermak said.


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Progressive California Democrat Ro Khanna warned Sunday that Joe Biden is running out of time to win over young voters opposed to his administration’s handling of the Israel-Gaza conflict and that he will not attend Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress next month.

He should say in his second term, he’s going to convene a peace conference in the Middle East, recognize a Palestinian state without Hamas, work with Egypt, Saudi Arabia on it.”

Khanna echoed congressional colleague Jim Clyburn, who last week said he would also not attend and cited the feud between Netanyahu and Barack Obama over Palestinian statehood and the US pursuit of a nuclear deal with Iran.

Khanna called on Biden to put more pressure on Netanyahu regarding a UN-endorsed ceasefire proposal, which is supported by the US and the Arab league.

Khanna’s comments come as political divisions between progressive and centrist Democrats over Israel and Gaza are being exposed by a key congressional race in the New York suburbs that pits Bernie Sanders-supported progressive Democrat Jamaal Bowman against George Latimer, a centrist who was endorsed by Hillary Clinton last week.

The contest between the two Democrat candidates in New York’s 16th district may turn on differing positions on the Israeli action on Gaza, which Sanders has called “ethnic cleansing” and Bowman a “genocide”.


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There may be no lucrative Barbie or Oppenheimer at hand, but the holiday months at the cinema look potentially more interesting, if not downright weird – at least when it comes to Sasquatch Sunset, this weekend’s new, grunting, wordless tale of mythical Bigfoot folk, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Elvis Presley’s granddaughter Riley Keough.

As the impact of last year’s Hollywood talent strikes combines with streaming habits formed during Covid lockdowns, a window of opportunity has been created for film-makers’ wilder imaginings; for smaller-scale, arthouse fare.

An early sign of a fresh thirst for originality came with the foreign-language hits of the latest award season, Anatomy of a Fall and The Zone of Interest, the latter made in German by British director Jonathan Glazer.

Only in February, Mike Goodridge, producer of the recent Palme d’Or-winning satire Triangle of Sadness, told BBC’s Today programme that it was “essentially on its knees”, with skilled actors and crews all working for big American companies.

Speaking to Gant for Screen International, Curzon’s managing director, Damian Spandley, said much of the recent appeal of independent filmsmay be down to newly engaged, younger customers galvanised by discounts and cheap ticket schemes.

Sin cites titles such as the Korean crime drama Decision to Leave, Triangle of Sadness and “a slew of British independent films like Scrapper and Saint Maud, aimed primarily at millennial and gen Z audiences”.


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It was his job to catch production errors before the fuselage left the factory in Wichita, and Paredes caught a lot of them.

Boeing is trying to rebuild its battered reputation for quality after a door plug blowout on a 737 Max in midair last January.

The troubled plane-maker is in talks to buy Spirit AeroSystems, a key supplier that makes the fuselage for Boeing in Wichita, Kan.

But the door plug had to be reopened in the first place so that workers could repair damaged rivets that were installed at Spirit’s factory in Wichita.

Since then, the two companies have scrambled to improve their manufacturing quality and rebuild the trust of federal regulators and the flying public.

The company fired its CEO last fall after a series of expensive and embarrassing quality lapses and brought in Patrick Shanahan, a former Boeing executive.


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After being talked about for years of DRM panic handling and coming with a "Blue Screen of Death" solution for DRM/KMS drivers, Linux 6.10 is introducing a new DRM panic handler infrastructure for being able to display a message when a panic occurs.

With Linux 6.10 the initial DRM Panic code has landed as well as wiring up the DRM/KMS driver support for the SimpleDRM, MGAG200, IMX, and AST drivers.

For those curious what DRM Panic can look like in action, Red Hat engineer Javier Martinez Canillas shared a photo of the DRM Panic "Blue Screen of Death" in action.

A BeaglePlay single board computer was used and Javier posted to Mastodon of an example implementation:

It could be extended in the future with some operating systems having looked at QR codes for kernel error messages and other efforts for presenting more technical information while still being user-friendly.

On Linux 6.10+ with platforms having the DRM Panic driver support, this "Blue Screen of Death" functionality can be tested via a route such as echo c > /proc/sysrq-trigger.


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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will use a speech in front of China's Premier Li Qiang today to declare that both nations are making progress in rebuilding the relationship while saying Australia will not be "silent" on disputes with Beijing.

Mr Albanese will acknowledge "competing views" between the countries in his speech, but also say Australia and China still have to "work to find shared opportunities".

China has also been pressing Australia to back its entry into the sprawling CP-TPP trade pact and to ease Chinese investment into the strategically important critical mineral sector.

Ben Herscovitch from the Australian National University told the ABC there was little appetite in Canberra for embracing new forms of cooperation with Beijing, particularly in strategically sensitive sectors.

But he said Canberra had still made other concessions to China through inaction: for example by deciding against imposing sanctions on Chinese companies helping Russia's war effort in Ukraine.

"Australia has essentially given a free pass to China on that issue while the US, the UK, the EU and potentially Japan are joining on sanctions on Chinese countries providing material support for the Russian military.


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Valve has now put up SteamOS 3.6.5 Preview for Steam Deck, plus a further two Beta releases of the Steam Client for all users.

Fixed an issue with 3.6.4 that could cause incorrect inputs on the left side of the Deck controller.

Given that the recent updates to SteamOS 3.6 Preview have been quite small, perhaps we're getting close to the stable release now.

It's going to be another fun one to see everyone on that includes the likes of an updated Arch Linux base, updated Mesa graphics drivers, support for some HDMI CEC features, Steam Deck LCD overclocking and much more.

Fixed disk write failures reported in the logs when starting games with the shader manager disabled.

Fixed in-game purchase browser not loading properly.


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“The next president is likely to have two new Supreme Court nominees — two more,” Biden said at a campaign fundraiser in Los Angeles, adding that Trump had already appointed two justices who are “very negative in terms of the rights of individuals.”

Biden’s comments came at a campaign fundraiser in Los Angeles where he appeared alongside former President Barack Obama, actors George Clooney and Julia Roberts and comedian Jimmy Kimmel.

Kimmel noted that almost two years ago, conservative justices appointed by Trump played a pivotal role in overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling that guaranteed a constitutional right to abortion access.

One of the others drives around in a $267,000 gift on vacations,” the comedian added, referring to controversies surrounding conservative Supreme Court justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas, who came under scrutiny for previously undisclosed trips given by a GOP megadonor.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Dick Durbin, D-Ill., said he would not probe Alito for the reported upside-down flag, but urged the conservative justice to step aside from two pending cases involving Trump and the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.

Chief Justice John Roberts also rejected a request to meet with Democratic senators to discuss Supreme Court ethics in light of the flag controversy.


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When Siddarth Prakash and Chetna Mahadik's builder went bust and fled the country in 2020, they were confident Victoria's state-run domestic building insurer would guide them through the stressful situation.

Multiple families have accused the state run-building insurer of forcing them to accept the lowest-cost replacement builders causing more distress, and leaving some homeowners hundreds of thousands of dollars out of pocket to rectify defects.

Mr Prakash says the builders he approached completed thorough audits of his house and found major defects with the slab and building frame.

"We felt that the process disadvantages a builder who had done a forensic examination of the place, identified all the defects and gave an honest quote to complete," Mr Prakesh said.

The VMIA said it was "successfully helping a record number of claimants complete their homes by partnering with established large builders with proven capability and capacity who can use economies of scale to leverage their existing agreements with trades and suppliers".

The government said parties were not required to sign a non-disparagement clause, but they are sometimes used to encourage good faith negotiations to resolve complex matters.


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After being talked about for years of DRM panic handling and coming with a "Blue Screen of Death" solution for DRM/KMS drivers, Linux 6.10 is introducing a new DRM panic handler infrastructure for being able to display a message when a panic occurs.

With Linux 6.10 the initial DRM Panic code has landed as well as wiring up the DRM/KMS driver support for the SimpleDRM, MGAG200, IMX, and AST drivers.

For those curious what DRM Panic can look like in action, Red Hat engineer Javier Martinez Canillas shared a photo of the DRM Panic "Blue Screen of Death" in action.

A BeaglePlay single board computer was used and Javier posted to Mastodon of an example implementation:

It could be extended in the future with some operating systems having looked at QR codes for kernel error messages and other efforts for presenting more technical information while still being user-friendly.

On Linux 6.10+ with platforms having the DRM Panic driver support, this "Blue Screen of Death" functionality can be tested via a route such as echo c > /proc/sysrq-trigger.


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Since Trump lost his reelection bid, they have claimed additional successes, with Republican-run red states enacting legislation that restricts transgender care and limits the books that can be taught in school or borrowed from the library.

But far from declaring victory, those who advocate for a more pronounced role for hard-line conservative Christian doctrine in American public life are actively planning to enact a fresh wave of changes in a second Trump term.

Biden, a practicing Catholic who regularly attends Mass, has vowed to protect religious freedom and pointed to some of Trump’s policies — especially a travel ban on people from several majority-Muslim countries — as violations of that value.

“In Trump’s America, women will live in fear of having their pregnancies monitored or facing punishment if they have an abortion; teachers are told what books they can teach in the classroom and grown adults who they can love and marry,” said Biden campaign spokesperson Ammar Moussa.

“The next conservative President must make the institutions of American civil society hard targets for woke culture warriors,” reads the mandate, which says promotion of “transgender ideology” is akin to pornography and should be treated as a crime.

“He didn’t make any secret [when he was president] about the fact that he believed Christianity to be probably the premier religion in America,” said Darrell Scott, an Ohio pastor and former member of Trump’s informal White House evangelical advisory group.


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