In today’s news, World Food Programme receives funds from Japan for refugees in Iran, scientists discover planets orbiting around a star that is a younger version of our own Sun, Mexican capital introduces new aerial public transport system, British scientists study super shrub that absorbs air pollution, young girl saves mother from burning home in California, United States, Austria-based startup debuts 3D-printed vegan salmon, and American local community combine efforts to find lost dog.
Japan supports refugees in Iran.
The government of Japan has donated US$875,000 to the World Food Programme (WFP) to assist vulnerable refugees in Iran through the purchase of wheat flour, oil and pulses. In March of last year, Japan already granted US$7 million to the organization to strengthen COVID-19 relief efforts in the nation. WFP is presently providing food, livelihood and education aid to 31,000 Afghan and Iraqi refugees across 20 settlements in Iran. For over three decades, the country has hosted one of the largest refugee populations worldwide. Japan is a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, Generosity, and Animal Protection laureate. Our heartfelt gratitude, Japan, Iran and WFP for your lives-saving assistance. May all vulnerable people be graced with peace and comfort, in Heaven’s mercy.
New planetary system discovered.
Three Earth-sized planets have been detected on a trajectory around a young star, named TOI 451, approximately 400 light-years away in the Eridanus constellation. The TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) project, from the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), has disclosed that the star is considerably younger and 12 percent smaller in size compared to our own sun. It has 95 percent of our sun’s mass and radiates two-thirds the energy. The three hot exoplanets have a temperature scope of 450 degrees to 1,200 degrees Celsius, orbiting much closer to their sun than Mercury’s distance to our own central star. Scientists hope that their findings could shed light on the origin and evolution of planetary atmospheres. Thank you, NASA, for this fascinating information. In Celestial wonder, may we always be curious to learn more about our amazing, vast universe.
Up next, Mexican capital introduces new aerial public transport system. We’ll take a moment to thank the mapping specialists, who create digital or printed maps, analyze data, and maintain map databases for companies. When we return, more leading news ahead, here on Supreme Master Television!
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Mexico’s new cable car system helps disadvantaged community.
The country’s capital city has introduced a cable car line to facilitate lower income individuals to reach the closest bus and subway stations. Known as the “Cablebus,” the line starts from Cuautepec, an area situated in the northern part of Mexico City, and will stretch nearly 9.2 kilometers. Providing an alternative to using much slower-moving vans, the new electric-powered public transport system offers a way to avoid traffic, have quicker travel times, and wonderful panoramic views. The Mayor of Mexico City, the Honorable Dr. Claudia Sheinbaum, stated, “Having the best transportation for the poorest parts of the city reduces inequality.” Awesome work, Mexico City, in improving transport for your citizens. May the loving Mexican people enjoy productive and fulfilling lives, in God’s care.
British scientists discover powerful pollution-absorbing plant.
Researchers from the Royal Horticultural Society and the University of Reading in the United Kingdom have identified a plant that excels at soaking up vehicle exhaust pollution from the air. It was revealed that the dense and hairy leaves of the cotoneaster franchetii could absorb 20% more air pollution than other kinds of shrubs, when placed in a high-traffic area. In just seven days, a one-meter cotoneaster hedge was able to take in as much pollution as a car lets out during a more than 800-kilometer ride. Wow, we’re so grateful for this purifying miracle plant! Way to go, researchers, on your fascinating study. In the support of the Providence, may our planet someday be filled only with fresh air and the loving vibrations from Nature.
Brave girl rescues her mother from house fire in United States.
When a fire flared up in their home at night, 11-year-old Paisley Tudor of Turlock, California, United States, could barely see through the smoke. Although she was very frightened, she immediately rushed into her mother Justine Tudor’s room and yelled out to wake her up. Once they managed to get out of the burning house, Justine courageously hurried back in to save their two puppies. Firefighters extinguished the flames and even retrieved pictures for the family, who are now living in a rental house. Community members have shown their generosity, providing necessities including new clothes, and a bike for Paisley. Our gratitude, to the firefighters and community members, and bravo, Paisley and Justine Tudor, for your heroic actions. Thank God you are safe. May your family be comforted and well on your journey of recovery.
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Austria-based company introduces 3D-printed vegan salmon.
Vegan food-technology startup Revo Foods has debuted the world’s first plant-based salmon utilizing an innovative 3D-printing method. Mimicking the look and texture of seafood, the product called “Salmon with Attitude” comes in two varieties: smoked strips and creamy spread. The delicacy consists of only 11 ingredients including algae extract, pea protein, and dietary fibers. It also boasts of a high protein and omega-3 fatty acids content, but unlike the animal counterpart, is free of heavy metals, antibiotics and plastic pollution. Revo Foods’ goal is to help protect marine life and create a sustainable planet. Congratulations, Revo Foods, on your success and commitment to offering plant-based alternatives that save countless marine animal lives. In Heaven’s delight, may such tasty vegan products reach every home worldwide.
Community members help bring canine back to caregiver in United States.
When a two-year-old German Shepherd called Toby got lost during frigid winter weather in Chicago, USA, his caregiver Nelly Roa enlisted the help of the Chicago Police Department. They shared the information on Twitter and began to search the streets. In addition, various community members offered their support to locate Toby by putting up flyers as well as setting up social media pages and a sightings map. Five days later, Officer Ricki Podgorny saw the canine on a busy street and called Ms. Roa, who was able to get the dog to come to her. Ms. Roa expressed her gratitude for the fellow citizens’ caring efforts and the dedication of the police officers. A warm embrace, all involved, in bringing Toby to safety. May such acts of kindness continue to be a hallmark of humanity, in Celestial light.
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Hi Master, I’m very, very happy that I’m watching Your videos. I love You very, very much, and I’m very, very happy that I have a mum that is initiated and vegan. And I love watching Your videos. When You tell jokes, it’s just so funny! So funny, really funny. Because when You laugh, it’s always funny. I’m looking forward to meeting You in person. And, well, watching Your videos is really great. I love You very, very much. Kisses and hugs. Lots of love, Amor from Madrid, Spain.
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