In today’s news, Iraq benefits from humanitarian support, Japanese study reveals coronavirus remains on human skin for hours, paint developed to lower energy expenditure, automaker to utilize upcycled ocean plastic, Sri Lanka and Kenya receive recognition for empowering girls, Ukrainian startup introduces vegan beef, and research finds animal sanctuary tours help people to increase plant-based food consumption.
World Food Programme expands humanitarian aid in support of vulnerable people in Iraq.
In response to COVID-19, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has launched several humanitarian projects in the south of Iraq to support an additional 33,500 individuals in need. These include urban livelihood initiatives to create short-term job opportunities such as planting trees, improving irrigation, cleaning streets, and refurbishing schools and medical centers in Basra region and throughout the country. WFP has also started rural work and training projects to help people grow and sell their own produce, including providing business grants to women. In collaboration with the Ministry of Education, the WFP continues to support the school feeding program that has benefited 107,000 children and created about 400 jobs in the southern part of the country since its launch last autumn. Many thanks, the World Food Programme! May the beneficiaries of your vital work soon greet a brighter world of abundance and kindness in Heaven’s embrace!
Study finds coronavirus survives much longer than the common-flu virus.
Researchers, at the Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine in Japan, tested approximately 100,000 batches of the novel COVID-19 virus, and the same amount of influenza A virus on human skin donated for medical research, to discover how long the two viruses can last. After two hours, the influenza A virus was undetectable; however, it took around nine hours for the novel coronavirus to vanish from the skin. The team also found that an 80% alcohol or ethanol disinfectant can neutralize both viruses within 15 seconds. In addition, researchers noticed that on stainless steel, heat-resistant glass and plastic the influenza virus lasted 6 to 11 hours, whereas the coronavirus can survive between 58 to 85 hours. Our thankfulness, all involved researchers at the Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, for your crucial information. May we all take suitable precautions to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe, in the care and guardianship of the Providence.
Up next, paint developed to lower energy expenditure. We’ll just take some time to thank transit police officers who keep people safe and maintain order at various transportation systems. We’ll return with more forward-thinking news after these messages, here on Supreme Master Television.
Hallo, Earth-loving friends, it’s Lee Alu the vegan Antelope. Do you want to know how I became so awesome? My power comes from plants! I have a natural skincare tip for you today to help you glow even more. The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause harm to your skin. To protect your face from this radiation, you can use rice bran oil. Apply two drops of the oil and then gently massage it over your face until it is completely absorbed. This substance not only serves as a natural sunscreen but also shields your skin from environmental pollutants. Thank you for tuning in. Love you for Being Veg and Going Green 2 Save the Planet for all humans and us all co-inhabitants. And now, the worldwide weather.
Engineers develop superwhite paint that cools buildings.
Dr. Xiulin Ruan and team from Purdue University in the United States developed a superwhite paint that can cool buildings to a lower temperature than the surrounding air, thanks to its highly reflective surface. During testing at noontime in Indiana, USA, it was observed that the paint surface was 1.7 degrees Celsius lower than the surrounding air. This was achieved by the use of calcium carbonate of various particle sizes in the mixture, which can reflect different wavelengths of light. The product is more effective and less expensive than currently available reflective paints. Our hats off to you, Dr. Xiulin Ruan and team, for your exceptional product that will help households and businesses save money on air-conditioning and keep cool in the summer. May your new invention soon become commercially available, as we move together towards a bright future in the Love of the Divine.
Luxury car maker Jaguar transitioning to sustainable materials for interiors.
United Kingdom-based Jaguar Land Rover is collaborating with Italy-based Aquafil to develop its ECONYL nylon, to create high-quality interiors made from ocean and landfill waste such as industrial plastic, fabric offcuts, and fishing nets. Aquafil has been reclaiming nylon from around the world to minimize its global warming impact. The production of 10,000 metric tons of ECONYL saves 70,000 barrels of crude oil and 65,100 metric tons of CO2 compared to its raw fossil counterpart. Furthermore, byproducts of the recycling process are utilized in other fields. Jaguar Land Rover has announced its up-coming models will feature ECONYL floor mats and trims, as part of the company’s Destination Zero efforts. Kudos, Jaguar Land Rover and Aquafil, for your eco-saving partnership. In Heaven’s guidance, may the use of sustainable materials gain popularity in every industry.
Sri Lanka and Kenya laureates awarded 2020 UNESCO Prize.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education was recently awarded to Shilpa Sayura Foundation of Sri Lanka, for its NextGen Girls in Technology project, and Girl Child Network from Kenya, for advancing girls’ and young women’s education. The prize, funded by the government of China, a Shining World Leadership Award for Wise Governance recipient and a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, Wildlife-Protection and Compassionate Protection laureate, comes with a US$50,000 monetary award to each winner. Project NextGen Girls in Technology from Sri Lanka has empowered over 1,050 young women in the last two years locally and online through technology, thus advancing their solution finding abilities. The Girl Child Network of Kenya project, Our Right to Learn – Reaching the Unreached, has engaged almost 52,000 vulnerable children, including 25,937 girls, in quality education through gender and unique ability equality facilities and community centered social programs. Congratulations, Shilpa Sayura Foundation and Girl Child Network, on your marvelous recognition and accomplishments. May your diligent efforts help to safeguard the future of God’s loving children, in nurturing Celestial radiance.
Coming up, Ukrainian startup introduces vegan beef. We’ll take a moment to read a meaningful book that expands our knowledge and opens our minds. Supreme Master Television will return in just a moment with more exceptional news. Welcome back to Noteworthy News - Significant News for a Meaningful World.
Entrepreneur from Ukraine creates vegan beef for local market.
Ukrainian startup Eat Me At, founded by Andriy Cherukha, has created a plant-based ground beef designed for local tastes after two years of research and development. Its distinctive flavor and texture comes from ingredients including potato and soy proteins, beet juice, coconut oil and koji fungus. The meatless product is priced at around US$17 per kilo, half the cost of some imported vegan counterparts, and can be made into burger patties, sausages, meatballs, tacos and more. Mr. Cherukha explained the motivation for his startup, saying that in the future, humanity will be deeply “ashamed of cruelty to animals… just for the taste of food.” What an impressive achievement, Andriy Cherukha! May Eat Me At expand quickly, as the kind Ukrainian people express their love for all beings through the wise vegan choice.
Research finds animal sanctuary tours help people eat more vegan food.
A recent study by United States research firm Faunalytics observed 1,200 participants at Farm Sanctuary’s California and New York locations in the United States between July and September 2019. It concluded that interactions with rescued animals motivated 70 percent of visitors to decrease their consumption of animal products. After two months, researchers followed up with participants and found that non-vegans reported they had in fact decreased their intake of animal products, with many associating the change to their experience with the rescued farm animals. Tom Beggs, PhD candidate and the lead author of the study, stated that the study demonstrated that “having meaningful interactions with farm animals encourages people to empathize with them, and more importantly, to consider them as sentient individuals and not food.” Our accolades, Tom Beggs and fellow researchers, for your revealing study. In Divine wisdom, may we shift towards a vegan world as we realize our interconnectedness with all beings.
Chuckle, guffaw and laugh out loud with the joke of the day called, “A Duet.”
Little Hope was practicing the violin in the living room while her father was trying to read in the den. The family dog Roger was lying in the den, and as the screeching sounds of Hope’s violin reached his ears, he began to howl loudly. The father listened to the dog and the violin as long as he could. Then he jumped up and cried out:
“Hope, can't you play something the dog doesn’t know?!”
And now we have a heartline from Maria in Brazil:
My Dear Master and Supreme Master TV team, I am immersed in a feeling of profound gratitude because in May of last year I watched an excellent program on Supreme Master Television about the Keshe Foundation and the plasma technology that has been donated to humanity by the scientist and nuclear physicist Mehran Tavakoli Keshe. I am very grateful for Your effort, Master, and for all the effort of the whole Supreme Master TV team, which tirelessly provides us with the best programs 24/7. Master, I love You very, very much indeed. Maria From the deep, semi-arid region of Brazil Pernambuco Center
Caring Maria, Thank you for reminding us of the amazing gifts that generous scientists have brought to our Earth since times immemorial, especially when shared unconditionally for humankind’s betterment. Many of them are in tune with ancient or past life knowledge. These gentle spirits should be applauded for their contributions. We pray that humans will start taking conscious care of themselves, the animals and Mother Earth so we will not have to face any more world-threatening events. May the vibrance of the Brazilian people ripple joyously over our beautiful planet. In Celestial oneness, Supreme Master TV team
P.S. Master has some words for you: “Positive Maria, as humanity advances and becomes more and more loving and compassionate, correspondingly even more wonderful and unimaginable technology will emerge to make our lifestyles more sustainable and Earth-friendly as well as enjoyable. God’s everlasting light to you and energetic Brazil.”
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