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as always, makes dreams come true. the every one who falls in love with people look like, ah, ah, the u. k. power plant once lauded as super green turns out to be the country's biggest carbon dioxide culprits. permit a blistering energy crisis in the country. twitter tests a new feature in a bid to make conversations more healthy by warning users that things could get intense or heated with what the plan up for debate they long ago lost control of their products. this is just another laughable way that they're yelling in the breeze for a horse that has long ago left the bar. they can kick you off, they could put up signs, they can throw pumpkins at you, it's their law and they own it. they pay for it,
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and the french government summons the country's top catholic bishop over confessional secrets that prevent reporting of admissions of child sex abuse. mm hm. ah, 3 pm and a beautiful autumn day here in the russian capital, you're watching our to international. and i'm your host donald quarter. welcome to the program. the british energy crisis is deepening with warnings that there could be even more gas price hikes. industries are feeling the pinch and are saying that they could go bust the question now is, are they ready to suspend their environmental aspirations at least for the time being because it's been revealed that a power plant in the u. k. once hailed as super green has turned out to be the country's biggest c o 2 emitter. the scale of wood burning by tracks each year means the power station is one of the top 5 misses of particulate matter air
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pollution in europe, putting it in the same company as some of europe's worst coal power plants. greener . kina renewable energy is what the well this calling fall back with an energy crisis looming in europe this winter. there's a rush to stop pa fossil fuels, a move that will perish, carbon dioxide emissions a far from where policy makers want it to be. and this power plant and drax, in the north of england, claims to be the onset to the die. lemme by switching to been bio mass or would rather than coal. the plot claims of emissions from binding wood and negated by the growth of new trees, soaking up carbon again, and replacing those harvested for burning sounds good, right? i don't know how they prove it and establish this carbon neutral. but if it is great, anything will max he out of it clean has got to be better on it. yeah, that's a good thing. i'd say we forgot to do. but you should have to completely get a copy in your to read it. joe should have a credit to where to go. yeah,
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i mean as far as i can see or tell that to haven't beaten it, anything different out a to it. but according to a report, the power station is far from green. and it's actually the country's biggest emitter of carbon pollution. one, still it's the 3rd danasia in europe. in fact, the drive is the only biomass facility to rank in the contents plan of c o 2 in mrs . today you have it while selling itself as copper neutral lending would actually bounces out more emissions and from burning coal, you to its lower energy density than fossil fuels would, has to be burned in higher volumes to produce the same amount of energy. brought in no attempt to clear the air. drax responded to the claim, saying the figures of false figures are inaccurate and completely adults with what the world's leading climate. scientists at the u. n. a into governments panel on climate change, say about sustainable bio mass. been crucial to deliver in global climate targets.
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despite the figures the site still managed to retract more than 800000000 pounds in u. k. government subsidies. that's a 2000000 pounds every single day in 2020 alone. because of course, right. energy production reflects well on the government's climate record, but all of this is left the local, that boiling point shocking mailing it to her constantly william. yeah, that's not very good. if that's true, that is of worry. yeah that's, that's not good. well, not very good actually. now, no rabbit go to some to go out there allied to the community more than anything can live around there to build up a bit better and better for the children and zing. glad a lot more than oh, rather than go to were a bigger power station laila. so despite the neutral a negative pledges, in this case by our energy seems to be failing to protect the planets. in fact, it seems to be making matters worse. the government is trying to reduce carbon
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dioxide subsidizing something that is hugely covering. carbon dioxide seems to be a very strange way of spending government money. it's green when it wants to be positive in the new cycle, but it's not green. when he looks at the need to ensure that we have fuel security . it's because it's an ideology. they've almost got to the stage where it becomes a religion. for them, nothing matters more than ensuring that we remove carbon dioxide and moved to the green agenda. of course, for many of them, there will be a financial benefit. some of them will sit on boards of directors of the new green companies. others will be part of the non governmental organizations that receive funding from the european union and other countries that also support the green agenda. and now on to the realm of online discussions, twitter thinks it's got an answer for when conversations get routing and in its
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opinion offensive, it's trying out a new feature that warns users entering an online chat that it could get quite heated. although some of the stuff flagged in the trial as left users confused. whoa, there are intense conversation about the weather, bro. seriously, this is the lamest one yet. to return what's intense about this conversation? come believe this is happening on here under intense conversations. dia to it's a i'm a generation ac sir, is going to take more than an intense conversation to bother me. so how does it work? if twitter spots a chat threat with opposing views being thrashed out and someone wants to join in a message pops up saying heads up, conversations like this can be intense. it is still not clear whether or not twitter is scanning for contentious subject matter or the actual content of
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a conversation column. bray discussed it with a panel of experts. this sound like a noble idea that is doomed to fail because if it's moderated by humans, it's open to claims of subjectivity. if it's algorithms, what we'll now how they can't really understand the nuances of language and discussion kind of work. no, no is the very simple answer there and twitter itself has no idea how to moderate it and winds up getting the vast brunt of some of the most insane arguments that bubble up on that site. so they long ago lost control of their product. this is just another laughable way that they're yelling into the breeze for a horse that has long ago left the bard. this is no goose mistake. twitter is not fumbling the ball. they are not somehow incapable of managing their audience. it is going exactly as planned. imagine the idea when you watch television or anywhere the world and you get a disclaimer, the following contains lipstick. children be advised, do you want to watch it?
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yes, you do. the 2nd, they put up a warning saying whatever you do, don't touch that. dia, whatever you do, don't push the red button. i'm going to be the 1st in line along with millions of others to push the red button. this is the perfect brand new bait hook in the cheek off we go. is there a danger that there are certain people, certain company, certain subjects that can a full file be judged before any auto body is even taking place? absolutely, they, this is already algorithmically put to the top of the queue. it's already algorithmically fed to everybody because there is at the base level, no difference between intense content and profitable content. the content that people want to engage with that stay on the site longer, and therefore give twitter more opportunity to serve ads in between everything else . it would be intellectually honest for us to remember that it is a free platform like facebook,
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a free platform. they make all the money you get to play on their front yard. they on the lawn, they can kick you off. they could put up signs, they can throw pumpkins at you, it's their lawn, they own it, they pay for it. we just go crazy on it. so pretending like a phone call where you have an implied, a privacy inter action is folly. the fact is were guests there at somebody else's dinner table and they keep throwing hand grenades and the soup a know that the more engaged when you get the more rancor and the more engage when you get the more ads. but also you get more of a discourse on why there shouldn't be rancor. so twitter is, is to me the most incompetent of, of the people doing it because they are the most scared of their audience. but then again, if i worked at twitter, i'd probably be the most scared of my audience duke. when the free speech advocates like this, let's face it, they can be the noisy or end of the digital conversation county because no one's
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getting bad. no one's getting thrown off the conversation is still allowed to happen. that's a good thing, isn't it? well, in my opinion, it is what's offensive to you is not offensive to me. and who's to say what is offensive. so that's why it's again, again, it's private property. so we do have these issues and problems. think of the beauty though. if you're a politician, you can do horrible things. you can stand up and say, i'm going to defend little timmy was not even born yet. for something that may offend it, and i'm to squelch conversation to put up warning flags and all that. meanwhile, what they physically do, or legislative leave do, or to a policy is truly offensive, and there's no warning for that. it just happens. and then we all get caught facebook is feeling the pressure after ideas swirl in congress to hold the platform liable for content posted there. we unpack some of that for you. enjoy freedom of
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speech on social media. well, it sounds like it's about to change. the facebook was a blow, a has a plan on how to fix the evil in the harmful system. a plan that may destroy the internet as we know it. and she presented it and from the senate. i strongly encourage reforming section 230. what is section 230, and why is it so important to provide immunity from liability to website platforms? for instance, it doesn't allow anybody to sue facebook for any content created bytes uses mock zuckerberg himself is far from a moral beacon. facebook was widely criticized for an antique and safety bias in recent years. facebook had purposely and routinely suppressed conservative stories disadvantaging, conservative content century conservative bloggers blocking and sensing religious and conservative political content. the platform was never moderated from the outside. from any guys on capitol hill that's upsetting the new
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a superstar whistleblower has found a perfect solution. user generated content is something that companies have less control over their a 100 percent control over their algorithms. algorithms i based mechanisms which determine how your facebook feed looks. what post you see 1st thing in the morning, a picture of your friends, newborn baby, a viral cap video or an offensive political mean. right now the algorithms are controlled by facebook and the operating principles of far from transparent. the company has long drawn criticism for not sharing many details on how the content is prioritized. these technological systems are walled off air, very complicated. they have put their astronomical prophets before people, money driven decision making, shaving, you'll fade so one fac, how about political sense? it algorithm is controlled by the u. s. government much better. what a great way to spread american values, all the majority party to the furthest corridors of the us,
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people of zimbabwe can't wait to appreciate it. with the proposed go mental body directly in charge of facebook algorithms, there would be no constraints. facebook seems to be eager to cooperate with the authorities. instead of expecting the industry to make societal decisions that belong to legislators, it is time for congress to act. the current algorithms are definitely far from perfect, but i bet will miss them. what's the gilman guessing charge? imagine what a u. s. sense of the social media would look like. videos of a messy afghanistan withdrawal. definitely not interesting and to graphic. don't show it to anybody. person biden's stumbles on the steps. no, no, no. that's just defensive and digest your friends graduation bridges. ok. but as i have a look at the agenda, new to actor and the new wipers cinderella movie. i am your fabulous god mobile. no more inconvenient means and bided an old man. drinks could be coated pre approved
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by the us government. well, if that's what happens to search for me here, maybe we'll find he's not living in the real world. a debate over confessional secrecy as raging and france as the country's top bishop says, it prevents the church from disclosing admissions of child sex abuse. it comes after a report revealed over $300000.00 children, were abused within the french catholic church, over the past 70 years. the bishop is set to discuss the issue with the countries interior minister to day. as charlotte davinsky reports from paris, francis top bishop is getting ready for a grilling by the french government after suggesting that priests shouldn't go to the police. after they've heard a confession where somebody says that they have sexually abused a child, he made these remarks in the aftermath of that explosive report that was released
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by the saw of a commission law suite. that report found that at least $330000.00 children had been abused over a period of 70 years. and that 2 thirds of the victims were those who had been victimized by the priests themselves in the church. that 80 percent of the cases were boys aged between 10 and 13 years old and that not only did the church do anything to prevent what was happening, but he also failed to report it. that's not only anger the french government, but it angered people here in paris, but much collectively i believe that they should systematically denounce it. they are responsible for their press. yes. so they must train them, isn't there in contact with a public, so they have to check that everything is going well. they need to face up to the responsibility and take responsibility is just crazy. may i'd? yeah, i don't. i don't know how it continues to carry out. a resident mazama did on this
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. we're thinking this a bassetti. it took me away from the face to day. i no longer wanna turn to church because of that. there was credibility. they lose their divine message. it's an acceptable today is an acceptable with all that we now? no, no, it's impossible. now the things here really documented. so act, thou know, to continue to hide behind the law of religion. now while senior members of the catholic church in france and the vatican themselves, the pope have expressed shame about the contents that were revealed by the silver commission. many, this is just another one. too many reports showing the abuse it's been taking place in the catholic church. for decades potentially even centuries and for one victim here in france has spoken to us at r t. he says that what eric do not before has said it shows that there is a serious problem within the french catholic church. true bolcko's hila led him or
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i think that this is the demonstration. once again, the incomprehension and the out of touch, dimension of these men of the church, they have cut themselves off from society and the realities of life. and this has led them to be out of control when one is capable of committing so many crimes when one is capable of carrying out such a work of death than its concealment. it does indeed leave an aroma of crime against humanity which raises questions which raises serious questions. him, what is clear is that the saw of a commission support is exclusive as it was, was perhaps meant to be the road for a reparations for the church to repairing its image after letting people know about these crimes. in reality, what it seems to be doing is, and doing the church completely are watching arts international just after the break, another sex scandal. the main lines of defense is i have
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no recollection of information on the slide number, which is the criminal. i'm just putting his hands over his eyes and shouting, la la la la la la, wide spread, consternation after the police abruptly drop an investigation into the alleged abuse of a teenage girl by prince andrew. are you still not on the hook as the pro continues in the us with ah ah
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mm. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms race is on a fence. very dramatic and development only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk with ah, welcome back to the program now and investigation into britain's prince. andrew
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over sex assault allegations has been dropped by authorities in the u. k. following a review of documents, the metropolitan police says it won't take any further action. the prince has previously strongly denied all the allegations against him. as polly boy go, reports. hapless prince andrew, the duke of york, the queen's 2nd son on the subject of the biggest car crash interview in living memory. it's almost a mental health issue to some extent for me under maybe about to get away with it in a way that only a royal can. he stands accused of having forced sex with a go called virginia roberts, now jew frey, who was 17, back in 2001 i was traffic by suicide pito. jeffrey epstein, one of andres main lines of defense, is i have no recollection of information this lady number,
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which is the equivalent. i'm just putting his hands over his eyes and shouting, la la, la la, la, la, la, even this didn't joke his memory, a picture of him with his arm around you fray. he claims it's vague, but then again, he also claims it was almost impossible for me just to sweat many people with eyes suggest that the evidence against andrew is pretty compelling. but fortunately for him not compelling enough for london's metropolitan police which is dropping its investigation. the metropolitan police taking no further action following a review to sexual abuse allocation surrounding prince andrew and jeffrey epstein. having reviewed the claims made by ju fray in a civil lawsuit in america and having questioned her in australia, the mat says it's going to let this one go. matt police chief crested and dick said this about randy andy back in august to see about the move. no one is above the law
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to phrase u. s. lawyer sigrid mccauley is not happy. she says that the match should reopen its investigation into prince andrew. given the clear and compelling evidence against him on stand by its statement that no one is above the law. telling me though, i'm dream. oh hi. emily appeared to be less convinced than the corpse over the weekend. it was reported that prince william, who's a 2nd in line to the throne, has made it clear that his dodgy uncle allegedly should never be allowed to return to public life again. prince andrew is right now, bunkering down at the queen scottish residence. that's right. andrews been hanging out at mummies, causal avoiding the legal papers, but accused him of abusing g for a while at the home of the 3rd person. and that now notorious photograph to lane maxwell, and as well as it properties belonging to jeffrey epstein. as we all know, epstein is conveniently dead. but maxwell, whose epstein ex girlfriend,
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is set to go on trial in new york next month accused of sex trafficking, epstein just like andrew. she's pleading anason. and either way, this is going to be a blockbuster, and you better stay in the queen's castle and pull up the drawbridge and may be no more interviews at the end of the day. a benefit of all the hindsight that one could have done. it was definitely the wrong thing to do. nevertheless, prince andrew stepped back from all royal duties in 2019 to stop what he called disruption to the royal family. the prince has given an alibi for at least one of the alleged encounters, saying he was at a restaurant outside london at that time. former british home office minister norman baker has dismissed speculation. now that the palace could have pressured the police to drop the case. i don't believe that they would dismiss the case
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because prince andrew prince andrew. i think they're more got more tickets enough, but i think they also say the key point is that the michelson police police commissioner made the comment in the release from scotland yard. but it wasn't prod predominantly a matter of british jurisdiction because the allegations relate predominantly to what happened on united states soil allocate going to the coach in america. so i think the may have taken a pragmatic view that as best left the to the states to take this matter forward. yes, so, i mean, he's innocent until proven guilty. we're going to an american told chaste. so we'll see what that was that producers, of course, a problem with low families isn't. they are not. stackable. politicians are faculty members at all family punch a lot of the problem with the manufacturers of russia. sputnik the coven vaccine have criticized a report in the british tabloid. the son that alleges moscow stoled the formula to
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the asters genic, add to the astrazeneca jab and used it to create its own. the gamma la institute stresses that the story makes absolutely no scientific sense as food. nick uses a different longer lasting platform. we discussed this with the british national health service surgeon and consultant ran gene bra, r, who says there are a number of reasons why the allegations are baseless. or the oxford ass astrazeneca vaccines calls it sells chad offs. chimpanzee, at a new virus, opposite that a chimpanzee wrecked intact, has been lambasted slightly in the russian pass on occasion, as being a monkey vaccine. and where is the camera lay is shoots, deliberates on their former and fully developed, well known, placid, which is 2 separate human told viruses tuesday at no viruses. if you were going to copy someone's work, i would you them produces before they had produced, the original apple itself makes more logical sense. in fact,
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that that leads to the superior efficacy and safety profile of the cam delay is sheets on the claim. taxing. and the fact that the ease is t different and no vaccines and for the prime and boost chat, it means that there isn't cross reactivity. and it's that believe the, the, it, it's almost 9697 percent advocacy. and it doesn't have the same at problems of safety profile with the, from moses earlier such to lean aside from moses was fruits that you seen with the astrazeneca vaccine. the son claims that anonymous intelligence sources were sure that vladimir putin spice had pinched the formula in person from the pharmaceutical giant. but despite the apparent inconsistency with the russian shot using different vectors, the british security minister chose to fan the flames while not confirming the story. i'm can't comment won't comment on the specific case, but it would be fair to say correct to say that we face threats of this type that
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are different. they're more sophisticated, they're more extensive than they ever have been before. journalist and broadcaster, neil clark told us that if evidence existed that moscow stole the astrazeneca formula, media and u. k. authorities would waste no time presenting it. what is interesting as to why this is come out now isn't quite clear. we have no evidence because if there hadn't been, let's face it. if there was hard evidence that russia had actually stolen or russia, russian agent, russian super asian in the lab. does it take no way to walk that been evidence based then that would have been presented? that would certainly be presented to the press conference if there was a smoking gun, so to speak. there hasn't been to that. we would conclude that there isn't any evidence. so why are they doing this for? i started this one, i think there was a correlation between these anti russian stories coming out. and when public opinion is beginning to turn against the government power to bring people who have enough all the restrictions, it,
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some parts of the page still going on. they don't want another locked down. they don't feel as if they're being told the truth about what's been going on. that could explain why this precise moment when people are getting very, very angry and cross about government. what's been going on, we get this bogey man, there's russian. bab bogey bad once again. being sort of brought to the fall and you know, for me, i'm a security sources. thanks for watching r t international stick around for more news in just about 30 minutes. with a look forward to talking to you all. that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings, except where such order that conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about our personal intelligence at the point,
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