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Decades after the last human set foot on the moon, NASA is contemplating setting up a permanent base there or sending astronauts to Mars. Accomplishing those goals, however, will require a few green thumbs.

The cost to send a pound of anything into low Earth orbit is estimated at about $10,000, and much more than that beyond. That makes sending food to feed astronauts for months extremely expensive. However, if they could grow their own food and use closed systems to recycle water and oxygen, trips to the moon and Mars would become much more feasible.

That’s where Purdue’s Cary Mitchell comes in. For more than 40 years, he has led efforts to improve human ability to grow food in space – from improving lighting for crops to testing the ability to grow leafy greens, fruits and vegetables that will keep astronauts nourished and satisfied on their long trips.

Mitchell began his career at Purdue interested in the effects of mechanical stresses on plant growth. He noticed that shaking a tomato plant caused it to dwarf, and touching the near side of a plant’s stem caused it to grow toward him. NASA invited him to speak at a symposium in the 1970s and eventually introduced him to the agency’s new space biology program, which funded his research for an extended period.

“We were looking at very basic questions back then. We wanted to know how plants would orient in space, for example. Without gravity, how would roots know to grow down and shoots up?” said Mitchell, a professor of horticulture. “Since then, we’ve spent a lot of time working on how to light plants in space and on particular varieties of plants that are feasible to grow there.”

Soon, Mitchell became involved in more projects through NASA’s Controlled Ecological Life Support Systems (CELSS) program, which had a goal of closing loops for advanced life support systems and using plants not only for food, but for production of oxygen and reclamation of water. While many scientists were interested in growing grains and protein, Mitchell thought astronauts might enjoy a fresh salad from time to time, so he focused on identifying lettuces that would grow well in the conditions one might find in a space shuttle or on a space station.

In the 1990s and early 2000s, the space agency started NASA Specialized Centers of Research and Training (NSCORT). Mitchell led the university’s efforts and was instrumental in having the first and third NSCORTs led by Purdue. These centers brought together researchers in agriculture, engineering, and science to answer fundamental questions about advanced life support in space.

One of those fundamental questions is about how to light plants in space. The traditional supplemental lights used in greenhouses tend to be hot and consume significant amounts of energy. Plants in space need to be packed closely together since the growing area is at a premium. Mitchell thought there had to be a better way to get light to all parts of the plants, so he experimented with LED, or light-emitting diode, lights that could be placed under plants’ canopies.

“You’re really limited in lighting plants overhead in space. When you have branching plants growing together, you get no light from overhead underneath,” Mitchell said. “We did the first proof of concept with blue and red LED “lightsicles” that could light plants from the side within the canopy. The LEDs were cool enough that you could touch them and they wouldn’t scorch the plants. And they gave us 50 percent to 75 percent energy savings for the same growth.”

Michell is working on LED arrays that focus light in specific places on plants to optimize energy use. Gioia Massa, who did postdoctoral research in Mitchell’s lab and assisted with this project, now works as a life sciences project scientist at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. They are working together with leafy greens and dwarf tomatoes, and astronauts on the International Space Station are taste-testing the fruits of their labor—literally.

Massa said Mitchell has been instrumental in many of the most important research areas regarding advanced life support and food in space.

“He’s really been there from the beginning of space biology research and space horticulture research. He’s kind of the founding father in this area,” Massa said. “His research has changed over the years as new technology has become available, and he has been influential in deciding the direction of the field.”

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Disgraced former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe appeared on The View to convince the American people he’s innocent of any wrongdoing and was fired by President Trump for launching a counterintelligence probe.

The majority of his Tuesday interview was a softball event by the likes of Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg, but Meghan McCain went after him immediately.

“I don’t believe you’re a reliable narrator,” McCain told him. “And I’m not convinced this isn’t just some kind of PR campaign to stop yourself from getting indicted.”

“You were fired at the recommendation of the FBI — which, in your book, you cite four times how great of an organization it is, for your lack of candor. I would like you to say right here on national TV that you were not a source for The New York Times. You were never a source for The New York Times or any other publication — considering that is what you were accused of lying about.”

“Basically, were you ever a leaker to The New York Times?”

McCabe appeared stunned by the line of questioning before responding.

“Absolutely not,” he said. “Not at any time ever. You should understand, Meghan, when I was serving as deputy director, I was one of two people in the FBI that had the authority to disclose information to the media. That is an FBI policy, it’s baked into the way that we run media relations in the organization. So I transacted on issues regarding the media every single day.”

McCain then cornered him, asking why fired FBI Director James Comey said he leaked.

“Then why did James Comey deny the claim that he approved your leaks to the press?” she asked.

McCabe said that Comey was “under an enormous amount of stress at the time,” and had “more important things to worry about.”

“I don’t know why Jim Comey doesn’t remember the conversations that we had in the same way that I do,” McCabe replied.

“It is understandable. He was under an enormous amount of stress at the time. He had a lot of other more important things to worry about. I can’t explain why he doesn’t remember them the same way I do.”

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has promised to subpoena McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to testify under oath over alleged discussions to oust Trump using the 25th Amendment.


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Andrew McCabe told 60 Minutes that he and Rod Rosenstein discussed the 25th Amendment in regards to removing President Trump. Owen Shroyer breaks down how this is an admitted coup.

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President Trump responded on Tuesday to Bernie Sanders’ announcement of a 2020 presidential bid by linking the socialist to the failed policies of Venezuela.

“Bernie Sanders has already won the debate in the Democrat primary, because every candidate is embracing his brand of socialism,” a statement released by National Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany reads.

“But the American people will reject an agenda of sky-high rates, government-run health care and coddling dictators like those in Venezuela,” the statement adds. “Only President Trump will keep America free, prosperous and safe.”

On Tuesday Sanders, who was defeated by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democrat primary, sent out an email and video telling supporters he’s ready to revitalize the revolution that failed to defeat Trump in 2016.

“Together, you and I and our 2016 campaign began the political revolution. Now, it is time to complete that revolution and implement the vision that we fought for,” Sanders said.


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Earlier, Turkish media reported on deliveries of US arms, generators and construction equipment to Kurdish militias in northern Syria via Iraq amid Washington’s imminent plans to withdraw from the war-torn country.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blasted Turkey’s NATO allies over their ongoing support for the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Syria.

“What kind of NATO alliance is this?” Erdogan asked, speaking during an election campaign rally in southwestern Turkey. “You give terrorists around 23,000 truckloads of weapons and tools through Iraq but when we asked, you won’t even sell them to us,” he said, according to al-Jazeera.

“We have a 911-kilometers border [with Syria]. We’re under threat at any moment,” Erdogan added. The leader did not specify which NATO allies was referring to.

Alex Jones reveals how a BBC Syria Producer, Riam Dalati, has said that the footage of people, mainly children, being treated by doctors after a chemical weapons attack in the Syrian city of Douma was staged, “for maximum effect,” and in this case, emotional affect.

The Turkish government considers the YPG militia to be a terrorist group affiliated with Turkey’s Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and its People’s Defence Forces (HPG). Both groups are outlawed on Turkish territory, and Ankara launched a military campaign along its border with Syria to try to prevent the groups from operating in the area or coordinating.

The US coalition against Daesh (ISIS)* is a major ally of the YPG in Syria, and has provided the group with weaponry, training and military support. However, last December, President Donald Trump announced that the US would be withdrawing its estimated 2,000 troops stationed in Syria and bringing them home. The YPG criticized the decision and urged US forces to stay.

The Syrian government slammed both US and Turkish meddling in the country’s internal affairs. On Sunday, Syrian President Bashar Assad urged groups “betting on the Americans” to realize that “no one will defend you but the Syrian Army.”

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Earlier this month, Turkey’s Anadolu news agency reported that dozens of armored vehicles and trucks with mobile generators and other equipment were spotted being delivered to Kurdish-controlled areas in northeast Syria via Iraq under the cover of night.

Turkish-US relations remain strained over multiple issues, including the sale of Russian S-400 air defence systems to Turkey, the US sheltering of a Turkish preacher whom Turkish authorities blame for the July 2016 coup attempt, and US threats to renege on the delivery of F-35 stealth fighter jets to Turkey if it moves forward with the purchase of the S-400s.

Andrew McCabe told 60 Minutes that he and Rod Rosenstein discussed the 25th Amendment in regards to removing President Trump.

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Five Star Movement lawmakers overcame their reservations about impeding investigations into politicians and on Tuesday voted to block an investigation into Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini – the leader of M5S’s coalition partner – over allegations that he “kidnapped” 177 undocumented migrants last summer when he refused to let them disembark from a ship in a Sicilian port for five days.

The Senate’s Immunity Committee would have needed to lift Salvini’s immunity for the investigation to proceed.

Instead, it voted to back immunity for Salvini. The vote resolves what had become a serious source of tension between the two coalition partners, even prompting some of Salvini’s allies to publicly push their leader to call for fresh elections to try and oust M5S and take advantage of the League’s rising popularity.

The investigation into Salvini was initiated in August by a Sicilian prosecutor. Salvini has publicly mocked the probe, saying it would be “an honor” to go to prison for defending Italy’s borders.

“If he wants to interrogate me or even arrest me because I defend the borders and security of my country, I’m proud…Being investigated for defending the rights of Italians is a disgrace,” Salvini said at the time.

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The Diciotti crisis, named in reference to the rescue vessel that carried the migrants, began on Aug.15 when 190 migrants fleeing Eritrea were rescued from an overcrowded boat off the Italian island of Lampedusa.

Salvini refused to allow them to disembark at a Sicilian port. After allowing 43 unaccompanied minors and some in need of urgent medical care off the ship, Salvini and his ministry refused to allow the rest to disembark, purportedly violating EU rule stipulating that migrants detained for more than 48 hours should be released and allowed to apply for asylum.

Now that the dispute, which had blossomed into a serious threat to political stability in Italy, has been resolved, investors have one more reason to pile back into Italian after data released Tuesday showed money managers sold $68 billion in Italian debt last year amid Rome’s showdown with Brussels over its budget deficit, according to Bloomberg.

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Peter Schiff recently appeared on InfoWars with Alex Jones to talk about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Green New Deal.

He said the real problem isn’t the climate deniers, it’s the economy deniers. 

Peter noted that we were in the great recession the last time retail sales came in as poorly as they did in December. He also mentioned the all-time high in auto loan delinquencies and the fact that restaurant sales are falling at the fastest pace in 25 years.

“We’d all be better off if Cortez was still waiting tables instead of working in Congress. But these crazy policies she’s advocating – look, the public just might turn to them in 2020 if we are in a bad recession and it’s all blamed on the tax cuts, on Trump, on deregulation, and the only solution left for people to grasp for is socialism. Of course, you know, it’s never worked. It’s failed every time it’s been tried. But that doesn’t stop people from trying it again.”

Peter also addressed the upward spiraling national debt, taking issue with Alex’s contention we could at least do something positive with the inflation such as build infrastructure.

“You cannot make a country rich by printing money. You know, unfortunately, that’s how Cortez is going to try to finance any type of Green New Deal that we get.”

Peter said the craziest thing about Cortez and the Green New Deal is the idea that it will actually be good for the economy.

“If we actually had to do this, if we really faced this threat, this is going to be mutually shared sacrifice. Everybody is going to suffer to implement this, particularly the poor and the middle class. They’re going to feel the burden the heaviest. But she is trying to wrap this thing up as if everybody is going to benefit from a huge reduction in our standard of living, which would be required.”

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Cortez says we can pay for the Green New Deal just like we paid for World War II. Peter pointed out that we paid for the war by drastically raising taxes on the middle class.

“If AOC wants to pay for the Green New Deal the same way, then it has to be through huge tax increases on her constituents.”

Peter and Alex also talked about Trump and the economy. Peter made a pretty poignant statement.

“If Trump really wanted to make America great again, the only way to do that is to make government small again. The problem is he hasn’t been building a wall but Trump’s been building up government. He’s made government bigger. He’s been building bigger national debt, bigger deficits. So, building up debt and building up government is not the secret to making America Great.”

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As we reported last week, a record 7 million Americans have fallen 90 days or more behind on their auto loan payments.

That’s 1 million more than the previous peak in auto loan delinquencies in 2010. But as Wolf Street points out, there is a big difference between then and now.

“Serious auto-loan delinquencies are now on par with Q2 2009 when millions of people had lost their jobs and when the economy was in free-fall. But today unemployment is low and the economy appears to be humming. What gives? “

Currently, there is about $1.3 trillion in auto loans outstanding. Looking at auto loan delinquencies in terms of a percentage of the total outstanding, the number hit 4.5% at the end of 2018. This is the same percentage as in the second quarter of 2009 as the economy was feeling the full effect of the 2008 crash.

Wolf Richter of Wolf Street highlighted some of the reasons for the surge in auto loan delinquencies in a recent episode of the Wolf Street Report.

In the first place, a lot of Americans are struggling with their jobs.

“While the unemployment rate is at around 4% and has been as low as 3.7%, there are many pockets of weakness in the labor market. A lot of people have gig work. A lot of people are underpaid. Their wages have not gone up with inflation. People have been discouraged and they’re not participating in the labor force anymore, and so they don’t show up in unemployment figures. So, there are many weaknesses in this labor market.”

Even so, Richter said it’s still the “cleanest dirty shirt of the labor market” we’ve had in a number of years, so the labor market itself cannot completely explain the surge in auto loan delinquencies.

A second issue is the rapidly rising cost of new cars. The average price of a new vehicle is now around $36,000. This represents a significant increase in the cost of vehicles and there has not been a corresponding rise in wages. Subprime borrowers face a double whammy. They not only have to pay the higher price; they also get hit with a higher interest rate.

A third, and according to Richter probably the most significant issue, is the number of subprime lenders who have plowed into the auto business over the last 10 years. This is an extremely profitable business for the lender, but an extremely risky position for the borrower.

“These are precisely the kind of customers who can’t afford those payments, and cannot afford to make those payments based on high-interest rates, and they can’t even afford that expensive of a car.”

The auto business actually looks a lot like the subprime housing market we saw blow up in the years leading up to the 2008 crash. These companies make risky loans. They use sloppy underwriting techniques. And then they package the loans together in auto loan-backed securities and sell them.

By 2018, the air was coming out of the auto bubble. A number of these specialized subprime auto lenders had already collapsed. Richter said now we’re starting to see many of these companies curtail their lending.

Of course, it’s not just specialized companies making subprime loans. According to Richter, about 25% of the auto loans on the books of big banks are subprime. Credit unions have also gotten into the business.

The big difference between the subprime auto loan market today and the subprime housing market in the years before the crash is one of scale. A collapse in the subprime auto market will cause some pain, but it won’t likely bring down financial institutions.

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But that doesn’t mean this isn’t extremely problematic. The real question is how will the looming credit crunch affect the auto industry – an important part of the US economy? Richter says we’re already seeing the impact.

In 2015 and 2016, US automakers experienced record years. Since then, we’ve seen a downturn. As default ratios spike, lenders become more careful and that squeezed more and more potential customers out of the market.

“As auto-loan delinquencies continue to surge, as those losses are spreading, underwriting will continue to tighten and will make it more difficult for an entire layer of customers to buy new vehicles.”

And this is the rosy scenario. The real question is what happens if the economy goes into recession? What happens if we see growing job losses?

This gives us a glimpse of the underlying rot in the US economy. The Federal Reserve flooded the country with easy money. That blew up all kinds of bubbles, including the auto lone bubble. The simple truth is economies built on debt aren’t sustainable.

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