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A nine-month-old child was booked by Lahore police for the alleged attempted murder of a police officer and was even presented before a session judge’s court
According to the FIR, the baby, along with his uncles and grandfather, attacked the police officers, bailiff team and some Sui gas employees with wooden rods and pelted them with stones. While the infant was being formally charged during Thursday’s hearing, he was busy suckling on his pacifier.
ASI Kashif, the complainant, said the accused caught him and beat him up, giving him a head injury. They also threatened to kill him, he claimed in the FIR.
For the first time in the world, a team of Japanese scientists managed to implement teleportation. A beam of light was moved from point A to point B. It was destroyed in one place and instantly resurrected in another, “alive” again and unchanged. This is a major advance, as previous teleportation experiments were either very slow or caused some information to be lost.
For the purpose of the experiment, Noriyuki Lee and his colleagues divided light into elementary particles – photons. They kept only one photon that carried the information about the rest beam. This photon was entangled at the quantum level with another photon, which was located at point B. It turned out that these two photons instantaneously affected each other, being physically located in different places. Thanks to this phenomenon, the original beam was at the same moment recreated elsewhere using the information carried by the photon.
It is interesting that the possibility of quantum entanglement of elementary particles was suggested by Albert Einstein in 1935, but in that time even the physicist himself considered his theory absurd. However, subsequently physicists have proved that quantum entanglement exists, and already in our days some companies have created technology of secure communication channels on the basis of this phenomenon.
Furthermore, among other things, the phenomenon of quantum entanglement might be used as evidence for the existence of a plurality of parallel universes.
For many kids, Christmas break means two weeks of freedom and fun away from the classroom. It’s easy to forget that many children are not as fortunate and depend on school for their daily meals.
Employees at Green River Capital in Salt Lake City, Utah wanted to ensure that every student at Redwood Elementary was fed during the holidays. After raising $27,000 to purchase the food, they took time out of their busy schedules to stuff 775 boxes; one for each child to take home. Each box contained 22 meals.
“Our building is right over there, we share a fence with them so we decided, let’s do something for our neighbors,” said Scott Karren, an employee at Green River Capital who spearheaded the project.