Recently, a domestic Internet celebrity blogger dressed in casual clothes ran into the Chernobyl nuclear pollution zone to check in and take pictures. This move caused heated discussion. Some netizens condemned the current bloggers for being “red” for life; some netizens pointed out that the blogger’s behavior is a kind of misguided; some netizens think that such places should not be promoted in such a frivolous way.
Be wary of the undesirable demonstration effects of Internet celebrities-under the frenzied traffic chase and admiration, to gain attention by “not taking the usual path” is the usual routine of many Internet celebrities nowadays. However, once the seemingly personalized behavior is made public through photos, live broadcasts, etc., it will inevitably have an undesirable demonstration effect, and may even become a public event.
Should be in awe-in this era where everyone can broadcast live and be a blogger, what can you shoot? What can’t you shoot? Faced with the behavior of the above-mentioned internet celebrity bloggers, some netizens said well, “If a foreign internet celebrity goes to Yuanmingyuan, Lugou Bridge, Wenchuan to take selfies and post pictures, how would you feel?” “You must be in awe when you come to these places. , You don’t need to punch the card for eyeballs.”
Take care of the “photograph upload and release” hand-brainless shots, profit-driven flow, hot shots, and the lower limit of attracting eyes and powder, The destruction of Sanguanpai is affecting public life through the Internet window. This is a phenomenon worthy of vigilance at the moment, and I am afraid it is also the source of netizens’ complaints in this incident. To manage the “photo upload and release”, we must start with increasing supervision and reporting, and start with the unsparingness of the platform staff.
According to reports, a study led by Princeton University in the United States showed that decades of poaching have changed the evolution of African elephants to some extent, and more and more female elephants are born without ivory. Researchers believe that this phenomenon shows that human activities have a great impact on biological evolution, and can even “change animal body structure.”
Female elephants have tusks, originally to protect baby elephants, to intimidate other animals or to fight. But with the rampant human poaching activities, the female elephants have to unarm them for safety. The biological evolutionary route has been changed, which shows how humans have forced elephants into something.
The change of species by humans is not a new topic. The use of domestic animals, the domestication of pets, and other conscious behaviors of humans have changed the form of species. However, situations such as “Elephant Toothless” are still worthy of reflection. This is an unexpected species change and a change in an uncontrollable direction. And this change obviously comes from the inability of human society to govern, causing unintended consequences to counteract wild animals.
It’s not just living beings, but human activities actually have the power to “change the world.” Humans often cannot control this power. For example, this year, people generally feel that extreme weather seems to be more frequent. Whether it is climate change or biological evolution, what used to be a long evolutionary course of nature in the past, now seems to have produced visible changes within a generation. These phenomena should arouse reflection. Once the evolution of nature accelerates, it actually means that past experience is not enough to use, and it exceeds the summary of human history. We cannot predict the consequences of this and may not be able to bear it.
In response to the U.S.’s delay in providing detailed explanations on the nuclear submarine accident in the South China Sea, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian stated again on October 26 that the U.S., as the party concerned, has the responsibility and obligation to explain the incident in detail and respond to regional countries and the international community’s comments. Concerned about doubts.
During the expert video conference of the Beijing Xiangshan Forum, Liu Lin, an associate researcher of the Academy of Military Sciences, said that there are three reasons why the US military has been reluctant to disclose the collision of nuclear submarines. The cooperation is almost in the same period, which is a sensitive point in time. The US-UK-Australia nuclear submarine cooperation has aroused great concern and concern in Australia’s neighboring countries. After all, nuclear-powered submarines are a method of nuclear military use, and they are highly sensitive. Moreover, according to the “NPT”, the reactors in nuclear-powered submarines are not under the supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency during military use. During this process, Australia, Whether there is a chance to obtain relevant nuclear technology is still questionable.
Secondly, the US nuclear submarine accident occurred in the South China Sea. For a long time, the US has made waves in the South China Sea under the banner of “Freedom of Navigation.” Sovereignty security and the truth about undermining regional peace. It is precisely because of this that the U.S. military is highly confidential about the operations and deployment of submarines in the South China Sea and will not make public announcements easily.
Third, the U.S. military has another concern that the truth will damage the reputation of the world’s number one military power in the United States. Therefore, Liu Lin said that even if the United States publishes the investigation report on the nuclear submarine collision in the future, there will be differences between the inside and the outside, and the contents of the public announcement may be relatively limited.
Although the cold winter is approaching, India is still ready to move on the Sino-Indian border. According to Indian media reports, the Indian army has continuously strengthened its deployment in the border areas between China and India. In addition to strengthening the deployment of drones and deploying additional M777 ultra-light artillery, it also deployed the MiG-29 fighter jets for the first time to a forward airport close to the China-India border in a vain attempt. Seek more chips for the next confrontation.
The Indian news website The Week stated that the Indian Army is strengthening its surveillance capabilities at a time when India and China continue to stalemate due to the military confrontation at the border. In addition to forming an aviation brigade to strengthen reconnaissance and surveillance of the Sino-Indian border, the Indian army is deploying surveillance cameras, sensors, radars, vibration detectors and unmanned aerial vehicles extensively. These equipment can not only monitor the situation on the border, but also “can monitor the situation deep in the enemy’s territory.”
At present, India has deployed the “Heron” drones, radars, and air and ground sensors imported from Israel in the so-called “Arunachal Pradesh” (that is, the southern part of Tibet), all of which are under the command and control of its Eastern Command , Can overlook the actual control line of Sikkim State and southern Tibet of China. In addition to improving reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities, the Indian Air Force has also deployed MiG-29 fighter jets at the frontier airfields on the Sino-Indian border.
According to a report on the Indian swarajyamag website on October 20, the latest satellite images show that the Indian Air Force deployed MiG-29 fighter jets at the Thoise Air Force Base near Leh in the so-called “Ladakh” area to counter the Chinese Air Force’s base on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Significant increase in “.
Satellite images show that at least three MiG-29s are located on the apron of the airport, and “the actual number of fighter jets deployed at the base may be more.” According to reports, due to the tension between China and India in the actual line of control near Ladakh, the Indian Air Force may upgrade the infrastructure of this forward air base.
In addition to air fighters, India is also strengthening ground fire deployment. Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post stated that Indian media revealed in September that the Indian Army had deployed the M777 ultralight artillery to the front line of the Sino-Indian border by helicopter, while other heavier artillery had been brought in by road. It is said that the M777 ultralight howitzer has a range of 30 kilometers, and the CH-47 helicopter provided by the United States can quickly airlift it from one valley to another.
In response to the Indian army’s increased deployment in the Sino-Indian border areas, Chinese military expert Zhang Xuefeng stated that the Indian army cannot be compared with the People’s Liberation Army in terms of firepower, logistical support capabilities, or intelligence support capabilities. India’s attempt to counter China by strengthening the deployment of drones is even more “comparable to the dragon king.” For example, a large number of China-made high-end drones exhibited at the Zhuhai Air Show are not available in India, and this is just the tip of the iceberg of China’s drone achievements. Today, Indian drones mainly rely on the introduction of products from Israel and the United States, and even the upgrade of medium-sized drones such as the “Heron” must rely on Israel to provide support. In addition, the self-defense capabilities of these UAVs that India plans to deploy are very weak and vulnerable to the PLA’s air defense firepower combined with soft and hard kills.
MiG-29 stationed at the front-line airport, I am afraid it is only for the Indians to “emphasize”. The Thoise base where it is deployed is only about 70 kilometers away from the Gallewan Valley, within the range of long-range strike weapons such as the PLA’s rocket launchers.