Oct 13 05:35

How to kill a thriving metropolis in 7 months: NYC’s Covid-19 failure is a vicious spiral directed by a sadistic political regime

Seven months into the pandemic, as many US states inch back toward ‘normal’, New York is in the grips of a crime wave, reinvigorated lockdowns, and widespread fear of pretty much everything. Thank local government.

New York City has lost billions of dollars in tax revenues on tourism, music, art, theatre, restaurant dining, and everything else that once fueled its mammoth economy over the seven-month Covid-19 pandemic shutdown. It’s in worse shape than most US states, and unlike many others, its continued misfortunes are largely of its own making.

The shuttering of the city’s iconic Broadway theaters alone has sent hundreds of thousands out of work and signaled to both wealthy city inhabitants and out-of-town visitors that their cash is better spent elsewhere. Theaters announced just weeks ago that performances would be cancelled through March 2021, and the Metropolitan Opera House canceled its entire season through 2021.

Oct 13 04:59

Exploring Mars at Opposition using Starry Night

After a long anticipated wait, Mars will finally reach opposition on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020, its closest approach to Earth until 2035. The sky on opposition night will feature the bright planets Jupiter, and Saturn in early evening, and the moon and Venus before dawn. Look for very bright reddish Mars in the southeastern sky after dusk. It will climb to its maximum height at about 1 a.m. local time. The Starry Night app will help you locate it

Oct 12 09:54

Investigate CDC: Time to Convene a Federal Grand Jury

Two revelations were dropped last week that scream for two things: (1) A federal grand jury must be convened with the target being the CDC and, (2) State Attorney General’s do the same thing except the target is PCR manufacturers, promoters and specific individuals in the WHO.

First. My column last week, International Class Action Lawsuits Against Corona PCR Test Manufacturers, was/is an effort to make known proposed legal action against manufacturers of the PCR tests used around the world to detect COVID-19. If you missed that column it will be helpful to read it and watch the featured video.

The proposed action in the video above focuses on tort lawsuits and eventual classification as class-action lawsuits. A dear friend of mine who is a constitutional lawyer raised the issue of a grand jury. I believe that would be state Attorney General’s convening a grand jury to go after PCR manufacturers and other defendants for fraud. Or, individuals or groups of doctors, perhaps.

Oct 12 09:00

Trust in science wanes, another casualty of coronavirus pandemic

In another era, what happened Wednesday might have been viewed simply as good news. Two companies, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly, have independently developed therapeutic drugs, called monoclonal antibodies, that in preliminary testing appear to reduce symptoms for coronavirus patients. They applied for emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration.

The positive development immediately became entangled in election-year politics, with President Donald Trump repeatedly making false and exaggerated claims about the new therapeutics. He called them a cure, which they're not. He said he was about to approve them - a premature promise given that the FDA's career scientists are charged with reviewing the applications.

Oct 12 08:20

Coronavirus fears for Pope Francis, 83, after four members of his Swiss Guard test positive for Covid-19

FOUR members of Pope Francis' Swiss Guard have tested positive for Covid-19, sparking fears for the pontiff.

The Holy See Press Office said four members of the Swiss Guard have Covid-19 symptoms and tested positive for the virus.

Oct 12 07:52

Coronavirus Survives On Banknotes For Up To 4 Weeks, Study Finds, As Cash Usage Plunges

We highlighted an interesting development on Saturday that appeared to go largely unnoticed by the general public, despite its potential profound implications for the global economy. The BoJ joined the Fed and the ECB in launching a pilot program to explore the use of a digital currency inspired by bitcoin and its many rivals.

Oct 12 07:15

Faster than a Moscow-London flight! Russian Soyuz prepares QUICKEST-EVER crewed trip to International Space Station (PHOTOS)

A Russian Soyuz spacecraft, which is set to deliver the crew of the next mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in record time, has been placed on its launch pad, at the iconic Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Preparations for the lift-off, which is scheduled for next Wednesday, at the facility. The Soyuz-2.1a rocket and the Soyuz MS-17 crew ship were transported out of the assembly hall on Sunday morning, Russian space agency Roscosmos reported.

Oct 12 07:14

Extremely rare TIME BOMB star system discovered breaking all the rules 8,000 light years from Earth

A university student has precisely modelled one of the most extreme and rare types of stars known to science in unprecedented detail, all while stuck in Covid-19 lockdown.

University of Sydney student Yinuo Han and his colleagues applied high-resolution imaging techniques to surveys of the Apep star system snapped by the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope in Chile.

Han compared the level of magnification required to “seeing a chickpea on a table 50 kilometers away.”

The Apep system – named after the Egyptian god of chaos – consists of not one but two Wolf-Rayet stars, extremely rare suns of which very few have ever been observed.

Oct 12 07:13

'Hidden Wealth of Saqqara': Discovery of 59 Mummies & God Statues Wows Egyptologists

Egypt’s Saqqara plateau, home to hundreds of tombs and nearly a dozen ancient pyramids, has recently entered the spotlight of an archaeological consortium after its well revealed some miraculous findings.

Archaeologists have uncovered 59 mummies in sealed sarcophagi and nearly 30 statues of ancient gods in the Egyptian necropolis of Saqquara in the last weeks. The find helped confirm “the hidden wealth” of the site and “its significance as one of Egypt’s most important and longest-lasting burial places for over 3,000 years”, according to the world’s leading Egyptologist, Salima Ikram.

“Saqqara is known as one of the richest necropolises of Egypt, with tombs here dating from c. 2,800 B.C. into the Roman era,” Ikram, a Distinguished University Professor and head of Egyptology at the American University in Cairo, told SYFY WIRE.

Oct 12 06:20

Super-Powerful Magnetic Field to Rival a Black Hole Can Be Created on Earth, Study Says

Although the magnetic field created during such an experiment would last only a matter of nanoseconds, this time span would reportedly be enough for modern physics experiments.

A bold new study claims that it would be possible to generate magnetic fields comparable with those that exist in neutron stars and black holes, on Earth, Live Science reports.

According to the media outlet, although no one has managed to surpass the results of a 2018 lab experiment where lasers were employed to create a magnetic field “just over” 1 kilotesla (1,000 tesla; to put it in perspective, magnetic resonance imaging machines used in hospitals usually produce a magnetic field of about 1 tesla), the new research suggests that generating a megatesla (1 million tesla) field “should be possible”.

Oct 12 06:19


SpaceX’s new Raptor engine is a methane fueled full flow staged combustion cycle engine and it’s so hard to develop, no engine like this has ever flown before!

Now this topic can be really intimidating so in order to bring the Raptor engine into context, we’re going to do an overview of a few common types of rocket engine cycles then compare the Raptor to a few other common rocket engines, like SpaceX’s current work horse, the Merlin, The Space Shuttle’s RS-25, the RD-180, Blue Origin’s BE-4 and the F-1 engine.

Oct 12 06:16

Russia to compete with SpaceX reusable rockets

Russia is to invest $800 million on a new rocket system to compete directly with SpaceX and its reusable Falcon 9 launchers according to Russian news agency TASS.

The Russian rocket system, called Amur, was signed with a contract between Russia’s Space Agency Roscosmos and the Progress Space Rocket Center on the conceptual design of the Amur-SPG space rocket centre for a new Amur reusable methane-fuelled rocket.

Roscosmos Executive Director for Long-Term Programs and Science, Alexander Bloshenko, confirmed the news to the news agency.

The Amur rocket with a reusable stage will be able to deliver up to 10.5 tonnes of payload to a low near-Earth orbit while its expendable version will have the capacity to orbit 12.5 tonnes.

Oct 12 06:15

SpaceX Is "Price Dumping," Complains Russia, Cutting Launch Prices 30% in Response

One of America's top space companies, and our most prolific launcher of rockets, Elon Musk's SpaceX is the talk of the town in the U.S. -- but it isn't particularly popular in Russia. In fact, Russian deputy prime minister Dmitry Rogozin, head of that country's space program, has been complaining about SpaceX and its ultra-low prices for years.

And now he's going to do something about it.

Oct 12 06:14

Drone footage captures devastation caused by back-to-back hurricanes Delta and Laura as 370,000 are left without power and the death toll rises to two

Hurricane Delta has claimed two lives and left around 370,000 without power after it battered the Gulf Coast just weeks after the area was devastated by Hurricane Laura.

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said Sunday that an 86-year-old man from St. Martin Parish had died while refueling his power generator which burst into flames. It appears that the man had now allowed the generator to fully cool before refueling.

Dakota Pierce, a 19-year-old Illinois tourist in Florida also died Sunday, officials said, after they got caught in a rip current in the powerful waves created by Delta.

Oct 12 06:11

China launches 9 satellites into space from ocean platform

China launched a Long March 11 rocket from an ocean platform in the Yellow Sea early Tuesday (Sept. 15), successfully sending nine satellites into orbit.

The launch took place at 09:23 local time (01:23 GMT/9:23 p.m. Eastern Monday) from a 524-feet-long (159.6 meters) launch platform named De Bo 3.

Oct 12 06:11

Police checkpoints to start Friday in Quebec to limit travel as COVID-19 cases surge

Quebec provincial police will begin manning checkpoints in Quebec to curb the spread of COVID-19, as new cases and hospitalizations surge in the province.

The Surete du Quebec (SQ) is calling the stops "awareness points" and won't be handing out tickets.

Rather, they are meant to educate the population and remind commuters that they should only be getting in their cars and driving between zones if absolutely necessary.

Oct 12 06:02

Which Is Worse: King George III’s Stamp Act Or Bill Gates III’s Digital Certificates?

The tyranny being imposed by the ultra-wealthy who are not even elected by the people by using those that are elected against the people to their own ends seems to know no bounds these days. The latest enemy of the people next to George Soros is Microsoft founder turned vaccine pimp, Bill Gates. In a recent video put out by Truthstream Media, comparisons are made between what our founding fathers faced from King George III in his Stamp Act and Bill Gates digital certificates of vaccination.

Perhaps the most significant part of the American Revolution was the shift in how people viewed themselves in relation to the world around them. But this isn’t how it is often portrayed.

Melissa Dykes looks at the early forms of surveillance and oppression upon daily life from King George III that led to this shift, and its relation to what we are witnessing today with modern “kings” like Bill Gates III.

Oct 12 05:57

Amazing journalistic malpractice

Oct 12 05:56

The Covid-19 Numbers Game: The “Second Wave” is Based on Fake Statistics

Red zones”, travel bans, quarantines, “red lists”. A “Second Wave” has been announced.

The fear campaign has gone into overdrive. Millions of people are lining up for Covid-19 testing.

Drastic state measures are contemplated, including restrictions on social gatherings, marriages, funerals, the closing down of restaurants and bars, the outright paralysis of civil society.

Coming to the rescue of our citizens. What is the justification?

This article focusses on the “Numbers Game”. How statistics and “estimates” are used by politicians to justify the closure of the national economy and the derogation of fundamental civil rights.

From the onset of the Covid crisis in January 2020, far-reaching decisions taken by the WHO and national governments have been justified by citing “estimates” of the Covid-19 disease as well “statistics” pointing to a Worldwide spread of a new deadly coronavirus originating in Wuhan, China.

Oct 12 05:43

Young Americans Moving Back Home Because of Covid-19: Nearly 40 Percent of Younger Millennials Say the Pandemic has them Moving Home Again.

The pandemic has made it harder for younger families to purchase homes in a few ways. Inventory has been severely depressed for a few years and that continues to be the case today. The pandemic has also disproportionately hit younger Americans hard while homeowners are doing well thanks to record low interest rates, tight inventory, and a sudden shift to home being the place for all things. All of this has combined to create a strong market in terms of price but Millennials are being pushed to live at home with older parents for economic reasons. Nearly 40 percent of younger Millennials said in a recent survey that the pandemic has them moving home again. What does this mean for these new households with older parents and adult kids who would like to own but simply cannot afford to do so?

Millennials are still being left out of the housing market

Oct 12 05:31

World Health Organisation has 'reversed its position on lockdowns'

Oct 11 10:01

WHO Now CONDEMNS Lockdowns ???? Make Your Mind Up! #World #Health #Organisation

Oct 11 06:43

‘Bibi, you are destroying my future’: Anti-Netanyahu protesters defy lockdown, clash with police in Tel Aviv (VIDEO)

Demonstrators opposing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu descended on the streets of Tel Aviv on Saturday night, despite only being allowed to rally outside their homes. Four people were detained following scuffles with police.

Clashes broke out when police tried to contain thousands of protesters who poured into Habima Square in central Tel Aviv to demand that the PM step down.

Officers were filmed dragging people along the ground and struggling to push the crowd away from the square.

Demonstrators held up signs reading “Go!” and “Bibi, you are destroying my future,” referring Netanyahu’s popular nickname.

Oct 11 06:43

Fresh artillery attacks & exchange of accusations overshadow ceasefire implementation in Nagorno-Karabakh

A Russia-brokered ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh came under intense pressure on Sunday, as both the Armenian and Azerbaijani sides traded accusations of violations ahead of a planned swap of prisoners and bodies.
Military action continues in the armed conflict over the disputed part of Azerbaijan, which escalated two weeks ago to a level unseen since the 1990s.

Azerbaijan and Armenia, which supports Nagorno-Karabakh, agreed on Friday to take a humanitarian pause after lengthy talks in Moscow. But there have been reports of violence from the region a day after the ceasefire was supposed to come into force.

Azerbaijan on Sunday accused Armenian forces of shelling Ganja, Azerbaijan’s second largest city. The attack killed nine civilians and injured 34 others, including children, the statement said.

Armenia said Baku’s accusation was “absolutely false”.

Oct 11 06:41


The head of President Donald Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” says the ultimate goal is to vaccinate the entire population of the United States by 2021. There is also going to be a push to propagandize this vaccine and “educate” the public into compliance.

Top health experts working to “educate the public” (use propaganda) about the complex vaccine approval and distribution process joined in a Tuesday webinar in which the head of Operation Warp Speed said its goal is to immunize the American population against COVID-19 by 2021.

Oct 11 06:41

Heavy shelling and civilian casualties dash hopes for Russian-backed ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan with at least seven dead and 33 wounded amid escalating violence

Hopes that a Russian-brokered ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan might hold were further dashed Sunday, with both sides accusing the other of intense shelling on civilian areas and escalating two weeks of fierce clashes.

Azerbaijan's foreign ministry said that overnight shelling by Armenian forces on the country's second largest city, Ganja, had left seven people dead and 33 wounded including children, less than 24 hours after the halt to fighting was supposed to take effect.

Rescuers in red helmets dug through piles of debris with their bare hands in search of signs of survivors, an AFP journalist in the city reported.

Oct 11 06:34

France Reports Record 27k COVID-19 Cases: Live Updates

For the third day in a row, France reported a record number of new cases - 26,896 new coronavirus cases, by far the biggest one-day increase on record, and well above the 20k cases reported on Friday.

In addition, France added 133 hospitalizations, bringing the total to 7,977, while another 17 ICU patients brought the total to 1,456.

Health officials counted 54 new deaths, bringing the total to 32,655.

Oct 11 06:27

2022: A Vaccination Passport. The EU Keeps Quiet Over Suspicious Documents

Surprise, surprise, the European Commission (EC) had a “Roadmap on Vaccination” ready months before the COVID-19 pandemic broke out.

The Roadmap should lead to a “commission proposal for a common vaccination card / passport for EU citizens by 2022”.

Last updated during the third quarter of 2019, the 10-page document was followed, on September 12th, by a “global vaccination summit” jointly hosted by the EC and the World Health Organization (WHO).

Oct 11 06:26

PETER HITCHENS: If anyone tries to force apart mourners at my funeral, I’ll be back to haunt them!

If anyone tries to keep the mourners ‘socially distanced’ at my funeral, I will come back from wherever I may be to haunt them. They won’t like it, I promise.

And I also expect any members of my family to respond with proper British vigour to any such attempt.

If there is one place where Pfeffel Johnson’s nasty new petty dictatorship ought to be afraid to tread, it is in this intensely private, raw occasion, when we stare through tears over the brink of life and say our final farewells before those we love are consigned to the flames or to the good English earth.

Oct 11 06:23

People Protest in Berlin Against Coronavirus Measures - Video

Germany saw a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases earlier this week, which prompted the authorities to announce new restrictions on Tuesday.

Watch a live broadcast from Berlin’s Alexanderplatz, where people have been rallying against the COVID-19 measures recently re-introduced by the government.

Originally, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a series of measures in March to curb the spread of the coronavirus infection, which she said were necessary in order "to win time in the fight against the virus." The measures have been gradually eased nation-wide.

Oct 11 06:09

Covid-19 will push as many as 150 MILLION people into extreme poverty by 2021 – World Bank

Extreme global poverty is expected to rise in 2020 for the first time in over 20 years due to the disruption caused by the “extraordinary” coronavirus crisis, the World Bank has warned.

According to a new report, the Covid-19 pandemic is expected to push an additional 88 million to 115 million people into extreme poverty this year, with the total rising to as many as 150 million by 2021, depending on the severity of the economic contraction.

Extreme poverty, defined as living on less than $1.90 a day, is likely to affect between 9.1 percent and 9.4 percent of the world’s population this year, it said. That would represent a regression to the rate of 9.2 percent in 2017. Had the pandemic not convulsed the globe, the poverty rate was expected to drop to 7.9 percent in 2020.

Oct 10 12:53

Assaulting Science in the Name of Science: Exploring the Coronavirus Crisis of 2020

"...Many powerful interests have combined to argue that science justifies the government-led initiatives to impose, for instance, economic lockdowns, social distancing, mandatory masking, and a future of compulsory vaccines. A growing international movement of people, however, is coming to see that the impositions being done in the name of fighting COVID-19 are not scientific at all. Instead we are in the midst of a propaganda war aimed at inciting fear and even panic..."

Oct 10 11:43

China Will "Pay A Big Price" For Coronavirus Pandemic, Says Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump has warned that China will have to "pay a big price" for the spread of coronavirus globally.

Less than 50 hours after he returned to the White House from a military hospital where he was treated for the deadly virus, Trump in a video posted on Twitter from the Rose Garden outside the Oval Office blamed China for the global spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The deadly coronavirus originated from the central Chinese city of Wuhan late last year and spread across the world, killing 1,054,674 and infecting 36,077,017. The US is the worst-hit nation with 211,793 deaths and 7,549,429 infections.

"It wasn't your fault that this happened. It was China's fault. And China's going to pay a big price for what they've done to this country. China is going to pay a big price for what they've done to the world. This was China's fault. Just remember that," Trump said in the video message.

Oct 10 08:09

Is a Cure for COVID-19 Already Sold at a Pharmacy Near You? Some Experts Believe So

Around the world, evidence mounts that vitamin D can protect against infection by COVID-19 and ease the virus' symptoms, but the medical establishment isn't convinced. Is it time to think outside the box?

Oct 10 08:00


FBI data reveals more people are arrested for cannabis possession than all violent crimes combined. In a nation where a mere interaction with police can be deadly, it is more crucial than ever to legalize — not decriminalize.

Oct 10 07:54

Trump credits Big Pharma for “miraculous” recovery, completely neglects to mention zinc and vitamin D he was taking

After just three short days at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, President Trump was back in the White House touting his “miraculous” recovery from the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19), crediting Big Pharma while saying absolutely nothing about the vitamin D and zinc he also took as part of his recovery.

Pandering to senior citizens less than a month before Election Day like any politician would do, Trump called those in his age demographic his “favorite people in the world.” He went on to promise them that they will soon have access to the very same pharmaceutical drugs that he was given at Walter Reed, and at no out-of-pocket cost.

“We are making tremendous progress with this horrible disease that was sent over by China,” Trump announced in a video he shot while standing on the White House lawn. “China will pay a big price for what they did to the world and to us.”

Oct 10 07:35

Environmentalists sue the US Wildlife Services for killing more than 1.2 MILLION native wild animals in 2019 to make way for agriculture

Wildlife Services has come under fire after releasing the death toll of wildlife it killed in 2019.

The US Department of Agriculture program slaughtered more than 1.2 million native species including wolves, coyotes, cougars and birds – all of which was funded with taxpayer money.

The multi-million dollar federal program conducted the acts primarily to make way for the agriculture industry in states like Texas, Colorado and New Mexico.

Oct 10 07:34

Round up the ‘anti-vaxxers’? Enlist religious leaders? Bill Gates warns US needs to brainstorm ways to reduce ‘vaccine hesitancy’

Billionaire software tycoon Bill Gates has urged the US to prepare for a Covid-19 vaccine rollout by deputizing trusted community leaders to “reduce vaccine hesitancy,” bemoaning the rapid spread of “conspiracy theories” online.

The Microsoft founder-turned-vaccine-evangelist painted a mostly rosy picture of a vaccine rollout getting “rich countries” back to normal by the end of 2021 in an interview during the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council on Tuesday.

However, with less than half of Americans saying they’d get a Covid jab – even if paid $100 for it – in a recent survey, Gates then focused his talk on enlisting the nation’s “trust network” to overcome the skeptics.

Oct 10 07:25

Space Helmet Muzzle Launched Just-In-Time For 'New Normal' Travel

If the constant onslaught of calls for more PPE weren’t enough, there’s now a burgeoning industry of ‘pandemic’ gear hitting the market with a mission to make all the ‘New Normals’ feel safer while traveling.

The new line of ‘Microclimate’ muzzles are being pushed out by Hall Labs, a Utah-based firm. They are retailing online for pre-order at $199 and will begin shipping in just a few weeks time.

Oct 10 07:22

Virgin Hyperloop To Test High-Speed Rail System In Abandoned West Virginia Coal Mine

According to Reuters, a former coal mine in West Virginia is the new location for Virgin Hyperloop's new Hyperloop Certification Center and test track for billionaire Richard Branson's high-speed rail system.

Hyperloop's new testing-ground will begin construction in 2022 on a former coal mine site in Tucker and Grant Counties, West Virginia, with safety certification by 2025 and commercial operations by 2030.

Oct 10 07:20

Spain declares state of emergency in Madrid as police ordered to take control of borders

The Spanish Government has approved new drastic measures which will involve police patrols around borders in Madrid. By declaring a state of emergency – a mechanism used during the first wave of coronavirus infections – it gives the government the powers to restrict movement. The new draconian measures are set to come into force immediately from 3pm on Friday.

Spain has the highest number of coronavirus infections in Europe and the latest restrictions come amid a power struggle between the Government and the Spanish court.

Just 24 hours ago, a Spanish court struck down a government order imposing a partial coronavirus lockdown on the Spanish capital.

Since the summer, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has allowed the 17 Spanish autonomous regions to respond independently to local outbreaks.

Oct 10 07:19

Pelosi Shows Ignorance of UK Drug Rules With Claim Boris Johnson Could Approve COVID Vaccine

The Democratic Party House leader claimed that UK PM Boris Johnson - and not the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency - has the power to approve new drugs, and that a US president could overrule the federal Food and Drug Administration.

US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi claimed that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has the power to approve new drugs before they pass clinical trials.

Pelosi's gaffe came in response to a question from Sky News Scotland bureau chief James Matthews.

Matthews, noting that Pelosi has previously criticized Johnson over his implementation of the UK's vote to leave the European Union, asked if she thought that the PM is unfit to lead the UK government after his bout with the coronavirus six months earlier.

"I have no idea, nor do I have of President Trump," Pelosi admitted, before claiming: "Clearly he is on medication. Any of us who is under medication of that seriousness is in an altered state."

Oct 10 07:18

2020’s reign of terror continues as Iceland’s most active volcano on verge of erupting again, scientists warn

Scientists in Iceland have raised the threat level for the Grimsvotn volcano, warning there are now multiple indications that an eruption could soon take place.

This volcano experienced an unusually powerful eruption in 2011, firing a 20km pillar of ash into the air, but was overshadowed by the smaller eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano the previous year, which forced the cancellation of some 100,000 flights in an unprecedented disruption.

Recently, the volcano has been observed “inflating” as new magma enters the chambers beneath it once again, and the resulting increased thermal activity has melted more ice. Localized earthquake activity has also increased, all combining to suggest that an eruption may soon take place.

Oct 10 07:12

NASA bans the word 'Jesus'

The name of Jesus is not welcome in the Johnson Space Center newsletter, according to a complaint filed on behalf of a group of Christians who work for NASA.

The JSC Praise & Worship Club was directed by NASA attorneys to refrain from using the name ‘Jesus’ in club announcements that appeared in a Space Center newsletter.

“It was shocking to all of us and very frustrating,” NASA engineer Sophia Smith told me. “NASA has a long history of respecting religious speech. Why wouldn’t they allow us to put the name Jesus in the announcement about our club?”
Liberty Institute, one of the nation’s largest religious liberty law firms, threatened to file a federal lawsuit unless NASA apologizes and stops censoring the name ‘Jesus’.

Oct 10 07:00

Cuomo Slams Trump For "Fomenting Violence And Division" With Borough Park Robocall

New York Gov Andrew Cuomo is accusing President Trump, still recovering from COVID-19, of deliberately stoking unrest in Brooklyn's Borough Park neighborhood, home to an ultraorthodox Jewish community that has vehemently resisted Mayor Bill de Blasio's latest tyrannical orders as COVID-19 cases surge in a 'second wave'.

Cuomo said the robocall, which mentioned Trump, fomented division and violence by directing Orthodox Jews to protest virus-fighting restrictions.

Just like we saw during last year's measles outbreak, the community has been the heart of the surge in COVID-19 infections in the outerboroughs, as they refuse to alter their religious traditions to accommodate for the risk of infection.

Oct 10 06:53

SPECIAL REPORT: Hotel quarantine ‘cover-up’ buries the truth: Credlin

Oct 10 06:21

Colombia Covid Lockdown: Collapse of Healthcare, Social Crisis, Poverty

As the confirmed Coronavirus cases in Colombia reach more than 880,000, the healthcare infrastructure in Bogota is crumbling and according to the president of the Bogota College of Medicine Herman Bayona, “We are close to collapse.” Bogota’s Intensive Care Units (ICUs) are operating at a 90% capacity, an indication of the city’s over-stretched and strained healthcare system. The Santa Clara Hospital, for example, is assisting 52 patients with only a 44-bed capacity. Ivan Duque Marquez, the president of Colombia, is adamant on re-opening Bogota and considers that “a lockdown is not the solution.”

Oct 10 06:01

‘FOMENTING the Orthodox’: Cuomo blames Trump for Jewish uprising in Brooklyn as religious groups sue over shutdown

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has attacked President Donald Trump for supposedly goading Orthodox Jews into fighting his targeted shutdown orders with theatrical protests - and lawsuits - based on a prank call.

Cuomo tore into the president during a call with reporters on Friday in which he defended the zoned economic shutdown orders imposed in several Covid-19 “hotspots” across the state earlier this week. Trump, Cuomo said, was a “divisive force” trying to “inflame divisions” among New Yorkers - especially Orthodox Jews.

Oct 10 05:57

NINE people who attended Donald Trump's rally in Bemidji have tested positive for COVID-19 - and two are in hospital

Nine people who attended Donald Trump's Minnesota rally three weeks ago have tested positive for COVID-19, with two of them currently in hospital, and one in intensive care.

The September 18 gathering in Bemidji, 200 miles north of Minneapolis, drew thousands of people to a packed airfield.

Video and photos from the event showed the largely-maskless crowd huddled together as the president spoke.

Oct 10 05:56

Worst hurricane season in a CENTURY: Hurricane Delta becomes the tenth storm to hit the US this year - as video captures a mobile home being tossed upside down

Hurricane Delta inflicted a new round of destruction on Louisiana as it struck communities still reeling after Hurricane Laura took a similar path just six weeks earlier.

When Delta came ashore Friday as a Category 2 hurricane, almost all homes and buildings in Lake Charles still bore battered roofs and other damage from Laura. Piles of moldy mattresses, sawed-up trees and other debris still lined the streets.

Power outages in Louisiana and neighboring Texas soared past 410,000 homes and businesses Friday within hours of the storm coming ashore, according to the tracking website

Oct 09 15:56

Doctors Hospital Pediatric Emergency Department sees increases in Impetigo

Doctors Hospital Pediatric Emergency Department says they have been diagnosing and treating an increased number of children with a rash on the face, extremities, neck, and other areas of the body.

The rash called, Impetigo is considered to be a highly contagious rash from a bacterial infection that can be worsened by wearing contaminated masks.

Dr. Rogelio Delacruz with Doctor's Hospital says, “In a way, the mask can protect you but if the person wearing the mask already has it, the humidity under the mask makes the bacterial grow more.”

According to Doctors Hospital, the rash will look something similar to a cigarette burn and contains a contagious honey-colored fluid.

“ Impetigo is a type of staph infection. So, it has to be treated early because if you don’t treat it early it can lead to a more serious infection.”

Oct 09 09:14

Scarlet fever is making a comeback. Bacterial 'clone' could be to blame.

Once a leading cause of death for children across the western world, scarlet fever was nearly eradicated thanks to 20th century medicine. But fresh outbreaks in the UK and North East Asia over recent years suggest we've still got a long way to go.

For now, our management of an even bigger threat seems to be containing the most recent scarlet fever outbreaks. Spread through aerosols much like SARS-CoV-2, group A strep is unlikely to become an epidemic under current restrictions.

"But when social distancing eventually is relaxed, scarlet fever is likely to come back," says Walker.

Oct 09 08:37

This may be the most unexpected coronavirus symptom of all

A whole lot of symptoms have been attributed to COVID-19, and it seems like the list grows larger by the day. From respiratory symptoms or digestive issues to loss of taste and neurological complications, it’s very clear that SARS-CoV-2 has a complex effect on the human body.

Now, however, a new study just released by the University of Arizona has identified a possible effect of COVID-19 infection that no one saw coming.

Researchers say that SARS-CoV-2 may inadvertently function as a pain reliever. If true, this may explain why so many coronavirus carriers are unaware of their infection.

Oct 09 05:53

Tracking Hurricane Delta: Interactive storm radar, latest cone and resources

Oct 09 05:52

India's New Paper Test for COVID-19 Could Change Everything

A new paper-based test from India may be a gamechanger for coronavirus testing. The new kit, named after the fictitious Bengali detective Feluda, is accurate, can return results within an hour, and only costs less than seven dollars.

The test strip, similar to a pH level paper strip or a pregnancy test, was created using CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeat), a genetic engineering technique. Feluda is developed by India's TATA Medical and Diagnostics Ltd.

Oct 09 05:49

Coronavirus can survive on skin for 9 hours

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, remained viable on samples of human skin for about 9 hours, according to the study. In contrast, a strain of the influenza A virus (IAV) remained viable on human skin for about 2 hours.

Fortunately, both viruses on skin were rapidly inactivated with hand sanitizer.

The findings underscore the importance of washing your hands or using sanitizer to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

"This study shows that SARS-CoV-2 may have a higher risk of contact transmission [i.e. transmission from direct contact] than IAV because the first is much more stable on human skin [than the latter]" the authors wrote in their paper, which was published online Oct. 3 in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases.

Oct 09 05:45

Assaulting Science in the Name of Science: Exploring the Coronavirus Crisis of 2020

There is a battle going on over who and what most credibly represents science. As the months pass, the contest over science is integral to the acrimony concerning the nature of COVID-19. In February of this year the UN’s World Health Organization, an agency largely funded by Bill Gates, bestowed the name, “COVID-19” on the supposedly new coronavirus.

Many powerful interests have combined to argue that science justifies the government-led initiatives to impose, for instance, economic lockdowns, social distancing, mandatory masking, and a future of compulsory vaccines. A growing international movement of people, however, is coming to see that the impositions being done in the name of fighting COVID-19 are not scientific at all. Instead we are in the midst of a propaganda war aimed at inciting fear and even panic.

Oct 09 05:21

Anthony Fauci: The Most Despised Con-man On The Planet Is Being Hailed By Time Magazine

Time Magazine has once again outdone themselves by playing a very dangerous game with American freedoms from praising Transgenders, lesbians and sodomites to the likes of Black Lives Matter founders, to criminal Kamala Harris, treasonous Joe Biden, activist from the bench John Roberts to the loony and psychotic Nancy Pelosi. And who do you suppose they put on the front cover on the latest issue of Time’s 100 most influential? None other than the despised Anthony Fauci. You cannot make this up.

How can anyone with even the smallest sense of morality not see what is taking place here? They are clearly advocating what God clearly condemns. Yet, this is nothing new (Deuteronomy 25:1).

Anthony Fauci: The Most Despised Con-man On The Planet Is Being Hailed By Time Magazine As One Of The Most Influential…See How This Works

Oct 09 05:19

Cops Terrorize Ontario Woman in Self-Quarantine

The weaponizing of public health directives is turning a healthy, kind, gentle, and patriotic people into a suspicious, polarized, angry, and distressed society at graceless odds with one another.

At 1:22 AM I received a highly panicked call from my daughter who was abiding by self-isolation orders following international travel. My 32-year-old single daughter was "holed up" for 14 days at her brother's vacant rural property as he himself works abroad.

For her, being in remote rural property far from any neighbors in a creaky old farmhouse was already a scary stretch. But to comply with our citizenship responsibilities, we all agreed to endure the risk and do our part to not be accused of importing Sars-2.

At the other end of the phone was my daughter, in hushed, breathless, bursts of sheer terror, telling me someone was trying to break into the house--her worst fears and ours!

Oct 09 05:16

The UK is becoming a tyranny as tinpot dictator BoJo rides roughshod over laws without caring what ANYONE thinks

A top legal mind has warned that Britain is becoming a dictatorship due to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s cavalier attitude to rules and due process. The events of the last year suggest he’s absolutely right.

The separation of powers is a long-celebrated feature of British democracy, but with an emboldened judiciary and a government blurring where the generally accepted boundaries lie, Boris Johnson could be consigned to the history books not as a great prime minister, but as the great dictator.

And why not? His determination to ride roughshod over an international treaty to push the Internal Market Bill through Parliament has not only kicked up a stink among his own MPs, but now former president of the UK’s Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger has had a crack at the PM too.

Oct 09 04:57

Did The WHO Just (Accidentally) Confirm COVID Is No More Dangerous Than Flu?

The World Health Organization has finally confirmed what we (and many experts and studies) have been saying for months – the coronavirus is no more deadly or dangerous than seasonal flu.

The WHO’s top brass made this announcement during a special session of the WHO’s 34-member executive board on Monday October 5th, it’s just nobody seemed to really understand it.

In fact, they didn’t seem to completely understand it themselves.

Oct 09 04:53

Orthodox Jews are right to be angry: Why are they targeted for Covid restrictions when BLM supporters get a free pass?

The Orthodox Jewish community in New York are furious that they are continually being targeted by Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio in coronavirus restrictions, while other groups seem to be able to do as they wish.

New York has been no stranger to crackdowns caused by the Covid-19 crisis. There’s been a substantial amount of restrictions on gatherings, religious services and so forth.

However, there has been one particular group that has been called out by governor Andrew Cuomo and New York mayor Bill de Blasio on more than one occasion – the Orthodox Jewish community. Recently, the city rolled out new coronavirus restrictions that are specifically targeted at religious communities and events, and Cuomo again singled out the Orthodox Jews for criticism.

Oct 09 04:51

COVID-19 stokes worldwide fears about food insecurity

As the U.S. economy went on lockdown earlier this year, the coronavirus pandemic forced many Americans to wonder where their next meals would come from.

But it’s not just the United States. COVID-19 has exacerbated food insecurity all around the world.

Globally, 61% of people work in the informal economy, according to aid and development charity Oxfam International. Domestic workers, street vendors, taxi and delivery drivers – all daily wage earners whose livelihoods were taken away when the coronavirus pandemic required shutdowns around the world.

Oct 08 19:15

Deal with the devil: Monsanto PAID Google to CENSOR search results, discredit journalists

If you’ve ever wondered why there isn’t more outrage over the dangers of pesticides and herbicides, even as environmental consciousness seems to be rising, the answer is simple: Manufacturers like Monsanto have entire departments devoted to discrediting journalists who expose their corrupt ways and paying off Google to censor search results.

A report from The Guardian exposed how Monsanto, now owned by Bayer, operated what was known as a “fusion center” to gather intelligence on journalists who dared to speak the truth about their products. One of their biggest targets was Reuters journalist Carey Gillam, who has done some excellent reporting on the links between Monsanto/Bayer weedkiller Roundup over the years. She now works as a research director for U.S. Right to Know, another target of Monsanto investigations.

The firm reportedly paid Google to promote search results criticizing her work when people searched terms such as “Monsanto glyphosate Carey Gillam.”

Oct 08 17:56

Data shows the average age of death from coronavirus is 82.4 years, writes DAVID ROSE as he argues for anti-lockdown plan to shield only the most vulnerable

That figure – computed from Office of National Statistics data by experts at Oxford University – is significantly higher than the average age reached by people recorded as dying from all other causes, which is 81.5.

The study by Oxford’s Centre for Evidence Based Medicine also suggests that fewer than six people per thousand who get coronavirus now are likely to die from it.

The death rate – known as the infection fatality ratio, or IFR – has plummeted since June, even allowing for a big increase in testing.

Then, the study’s authors estimate, about 30 people per thousand who contracted the virus were dying.

The figures also show that currently 40 per cent of those who die from Covid are over 85, and a further 33 per cent are between 75 and 84.

A quarter were suffering from advanced dementia. Barely 1 per cent of those who die are under 44.

Oct 08 17:52

Cure for Covid 19?

In this recent double-blind placebo-controlled trial, health was restored - and miraculously in a mean of only 1.3 days - for 100% (42 of 42) of community dwelling adults with recently detected #COVID19 infection randomly assigned to the 1 g/d dose of nicotinic acid intervention.

Oct 08 12:34

SpaceX's Starman and Elon Musk's Tesla just made their 1st Mars flyby

Starman just cruised by Mars for the first time.

The spacesuit-clad mannequin is "driving" SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster, which launched in February 2018 on the debut flight of the company's powerful Falcon Heavy rocket. And the duo just hit a big milestone on their cosmic journey.

Oct 08 12:32

Michigan Governor Stripped of Power to Enforce Mandates – Why are the People of Michigan Still Obeying Her?

Last week the Michigan Supreme Court struck down Governor Whitmer’s “legal” basis for practicing tyranny on the citizens of Michigan in the name of a “pandemic.”

Justice Stephen J. Markman, on behalf of the majority in a 4-3 majority that fell along party lines, wrote:

“We conclude that the Governor lacked the authority to declare a ‘state of emergency’ or a ‘state of disaster’ under the EMA after April 30, 2020, on the basis of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Furthermore, we conclude that the EPGA is in violation of the Constitution of our state because it purports to delegate to the executive branch the legislative powers of state government– including its plenary police powers– and to allow the exercise of such powers indefinitely.

As a consequence, the EPGA cannot continue to provide a basis for the Governor to exercise emergency powers.”

Oct 08 12:31

Texas boy dies after being exposed to BRAIN-EATING amoeba in tap water

Not every home is fortunate enough to have access to clean drinking water. On Saturday, Sept. 26, officials issued a disaster declaration in Lake Jackson, Texas, after a brain-eating amoeba infected a six-year-old boy.

After the incident, Lake Jackson officials placed the city under a “do not use water order” and requested an emergency declaration from the state.

“The City of Lake Jackson, County of Brazoria, Texas, is facing significant threats to life, health and property due to contaminated drinking water,” read the city’s emergency request to Governor Greg Abbott. “The impact of this threat is severe. The potential damages include: sickness and death,” the statement concluded.

Oct 08 12:30

What could they put in the COVID vaccine?

We begin with excerpts from an important article at Children’s Health Defense, “Microchips, Nanotechnology and Implanted Biosensors: The New Normal?” by Pam Long. [1]

Buckle up.

“U.S. military personnel will be the first subjects in nanotechnology trials in the pursuit of optimizing health and early detection of disease outbreaks. Profusa has research contracts for bio-integrated sensors with the U.S. Department of Defense and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), pending U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval in early 2021.”

Oct 08 12:26

The Smoking Gun: Where is the coronavirus? The CDC says it isn’t available.

The CDC document is titled, “CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel.” It is dated July 13, 2020.

Buried deep in the document, on page 39, in a section titled, “Performance Characteristics,” we have this: “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV are currently available, assays [diagnostic tests] designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA…”

The key phrase there is: “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV are currently available…”

Every object that exists can be quantified, which is to say, measured. The use of the term “quantified” in that phrase means: the CDC has no measurable amount of the virus, because it is unavailable. THE CDC HAS NO VIRUS.

Oct 08 12:24

COVID & The Escalation Of Medical Tyranny

The coronavirus crisis has served as a powerful tool in highlighting many of the faults that previously existed in society. It exposed which politicians have an inherent need to control and which ones are guided by humility. It reminded us of the political power that lies in fear, and how crucial it is to be skeptical of prevailing narratives. It emphasized the different economic realities for those who live paycheck to paycheck and those who benefit from economic financialization.

It should also make perfectly clear the danger of handing over healthcare to the state.

Oct 08 12:21

Israeli PM's wife, Sara Netanyahu may have violated lockdown with haircut

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife may have violated the country's coronavirus lockdown by inviting a hairdresser into the official residence last week to prepare her for a public service video advocating the wearing of masks.

The Yediot Ahronot newspaper reported that Sara Netanyahu had a hairdresser visit on the eve of the festive Sukkot holiday. Hair salons and barber shops are closed as part of a nationwide lockdown imposed last month, and people have been ordered to remain within 1,000 meters (yards) of home except for essential activities.

The Netanyahus have long been criticized for enjoying a lavish lifestyle out of the reach of most Israelis. Sara has been fined thousands of dollars over the years for using public money for her own extravagant tastes and for abusive behavior toward her personal staff.

Oct 08 11:47

A truly versatile crop: HEMP batteries can be a more powerful alternative to graphene or lithium batteries

In a study published in the journal ACS Nano, Canadian researchers posited that supercapacitors made from the waste fibers of hemp may be “on par with or better than commercial graphene-based devices.”

Supercapacitors are energy storage devices that rapidly discharge their entire load. For that reason, they’re often favored over conventional batteries when running machines that require sharp bursts of power.

Meanwhile, graphene – an atom-thin synthetic carbon material considered to be one of the thinnest, strongest and most conductive for electricity and heat – is seen a promising material for supercapacitors and batteries.

In their study, the researchers heated up the leftover fiber found in the inner bark of the hemp stalk and transformed it into a carbon nanosheet. They called this new material a “pseudo-graphene” after finding that it could operate at a wide range of temperatures and store a lot of energy with so little mass.

Oct 08 10:51


A new AI-powered module known as HHS Vision has been added to the controversial and secretive HHS Protect system for amassing data related to Covid-19. By year’s end, this opaque, yet increasingly influential, system is set to predict Covid-19 outbreaks without traditional testing.

Oct 08 10:45

Attorney Dr. Reiner Fuelmich Reveals Crimes Against Humanity In Covid-19 Scandal

Dr. Reiner Fuelmich, an attorney licensed in Germany and the state of California, practices as a trial lawyer against fraudulent corporations. He is one of four members of the German Corona Investigative Committee. In this video, he explains how the anti-Corona measures have destroyed economies and lives worldwide, and the deceptions that were used to implement the bad policies. He says that the most important fact that the committee uncovered was that the PCR test fails to give any indication from a virus, let alone an infection with Sars-Cov-2. PCR tests are not approved for diagnostic purposes because they are incapable of diagnosing any disease. He says that it is still not clear if there has ever been a scientifically correct isolation of Covid-19 virus, so nobody knows exactly what they are testing for.

Oct 08 09:53


Head of Health Emergencies Program “best estimates” put IFR at 0.14%

Oct 08 09:42


Masks Worthless? The CDC seems to admit as much. Remember, it’s easier to fool people than to convince them they’ve been fooled.

Oct 08 07:45

'It's Orwellian': Native loophole lets NASA shirk cleanup

After dramatically scaling back the cleanup plan for one of the country's most contaminated areas, critics say, the Trump administration is now preparing to sidestep any remediation at all by declaring the entire near-3,000-acre former rocket and nuclear testing site near Los Angeles a culturally significant site for Native Americans.

The Santa Susana Field Laboratory, the site of a partial nuclear meltdown in 1959, contains a cave featuring Native American pictographs that has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1976.

In a short federal filing last week, NASA sought to expand its boundaries to precisely match the entire 2,850-acre field lab's property lines — a 200-fold increase.

Veteran cleanup activists quickly suspected a sneaky motivation.

Oct 08 07:43

As job loss strips Americans of health insurance, diabetics turn to insulin-sharing underground

D.j. Mattern had her Type 1 diabetes under control until COVID’s economic upheaval cost her husband his hotel maintenance job and their health coverage. The 42-year-old Denver woman suddenly faced insulin’s exorbitant list price — anywhere from $125 to $450 per vial — just as their household income shrank.

She scrounged extra insulin from friends, and her doctor gave her a few samples. But as she rationed her supplies, her blood sugar rose so high that her glucose monitor couldn’t even register a number. In June, she was hospitalized.

“My blood was too acidic. My system was shutting down. My digestive tract was paralyzed,” Mattern said, after three weeks in the hospital. “I was almost near death.”

Oct 08 07:20

Signs of planet forming around nascent star upends understanding of world creation timelines

Astronomers have, for the first time, detected signs of planet formation around a star that is itself still forming, upending current models about planet formation and even our own planet’s origins.

An international team of scientists led by Dominique Segura-Cox at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE) used the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array in Chile to study a protostar, located 470 light-years away in a stellar nursery known as the Rho Ophiuchi region.

The burgeoning star, which is called IRS 63, is a class I star, or less than half-a-million years old. The researchers found suspicious gaps in the star’s disc which led them to believe that protoplanets may already be forming in the dust cloud all around it.

Oct 08 07:19

'Our leaders are dangerously incompetent': New England Journal of Medicine slams Trump and America's leaders for failure over COVID-19 and tells voters to kick them out in unprecedented attack

The New England Journal of Medicine slammed America's 'dangerously incompetent' politicians for their failed response to the COVID-19 pandemic and celled for Donald Trump to be voted out of office in a blistering editorial.

The editorial, released Wednesday, was an unprecedented move for the Journal which rarely publishes editorials signed by all the editors.

It does not endorse Joe Biden, but roundly denounces the approach of the Trump administration.

Oct 08 07:13

Louisiana braces for Hurricane Delta to make landfall as a Category 3 storm on Friday after it battered Mexico and forced tourists into shelters at luxury hotels as Trump urges people to 'be prepared, be careful, and be safe'

Residents of Louisiana are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Delta, which is expected to make landfall as a Category 3 storm later this week after battering Mexico and forcing tourists into shelters at luxury hotels.

The storm is expected to hit the Louisiana coast Friday night or Saturday morning. It's the 25th named storm of the Atlantic's unprecedented hurricane season.

Delta was centered about 55 miles north-northeast of Puerto Progreso, just off the northern edge of the peninsula,and heading northwest at 17mph.

Oct 08 07:12

Head of White House security office Crede Bailey is 'gravely ill with coronavirus and has been hospitalized since September' - raising suspicions that he brought the virus to the center of government

The head of the White House security office is seriously ill with COVID-19 and has been in hospital since September, according to reports.

Crede Bailey, who is in charge of issuing security credentials to the building and liaising with the Secret Service on the compound, fell ill before the September 26 Rose Garden 'super spreader event', Bloomberg reported on Wednesday.

The White House has not disclosed Bailey's illness, which was confirmed to Bloomberg by four sources.

Oct 08 07:11

Hosting during a pandemic: 30% of Americans will take guests’ temperature before allowing them in

Everything is more complicated nowadays, and that includes hosting a party or holiday get together. A new survey of 2,000 Americans finds parties are going to be very different this holiday season. Thirty percent of respondents plan on setting up a mandatory “temperature check” at their front door for all guests.

The last few months of the year are usually about getting together with family and friends, giving thanks, celebrating the year that was, and looking ahead toward the future. It’s safe to say we’re all ready to bid adieu to 2020, but in the meantime it’s clear that many Americans have their work cut out for them this holiday season.

Oct 08 06:37

Hypoxia Experiment: Do Face Masks lower our Blood Oxygen Levels?

To find out I loaded my backpack with surgical tape, my notebook, a MacBook (to record the experiment), an oximeter, a medical-grade surgical mask and a Guy Fawkes mask. Ten minutes later, I had biked to an ideal spot to conduct the experiment: Atop a rather high hill on a wooded trail. Clamping the oximeter on my middle finger, I found my oxygen saturation was at 98% and my heart was thumping 77 beats per minute.

I then conducted four 10-15 minute experiments running up and down the hill with either no mask, a surgical mask, or a surgical mask plus a Fawkes mask. At all times I had my mouth taped shut (to prove I was breathing properly and restrictively through my nose). The following table shows the results:

Oct 08 06:36

IMF and WEF – From Great Lockdown to Great Transformation. The COVID Aftermath

The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Great Global Reset is being ‘paralleled’ – not challenged – by the IMF. Both are pulling in the same direction, shoveling more assets from the lower echelons to a small elite, through debt enslavement – shifting from consumer capitalism to Green (consumer) capitalism – and all with an allure of friendliness towards the environment and the world population.

The WEF is an NGO, registered in a lush suburb of Geneva, with ambitions towards worldly power command. The IMF, created under the UN Charter, is an official international financial organization – one of the two Bretton Woods Institutions, the other one being the World Bank.

Oct 08 06:35

Gates, Kissinger and Our Dystopian Future. The Political Side of Covid

Can we agree that there are two types of Covid-19?

The first type, is Covid-19 ,”The Virus”, which is a fairly mild infection that most people don’t even realize they’ve contracted. They remain either asymptomatic or have slight flu-like symptoms that go away after a week or so. A tiny sliver of the population– that are mainly-older, vulnerable people with underlying health conditions– can develop complications, become seriously ill and die. But, according to most analysis, the chances of dying from Covid are roughly between 1 in every 200 to 1 in every 1,000 people. (CDC-IFR- 0.26%)

In other words, Covid is not the Spanish Flu, not the Black Plague and the alleged Planetary Killer Virus it was cracked up to be. It kills more people than the annual influenza, but not significantly more.

The second type of Covid-19, is Covid “The Political Contrivance” or, rather,

CODENAME: Operation Virus Identification 2019.

Oct 08 06:34

Video: Covid-19, We Are Being Lied to! Here Is How… The PCR Test

The big news of the week of course, has been President Trump and the First Lady have both tested positive for COVID. The President has been hospitalized.

President Trump’s doctor, said that Trump’s diagnosis was confirmed using the PCR test. Just like virtually every other ‘confirmed case’ we hear reported.

But was PCR really developed with the intention of diagnosing infectious diseases? Is PCR capable of diagnosing infectious diseases? How could a test developed almost 40 years ago be used to diagnose a brand new disease found less than one year ago?

In this report, we examine this questions in addition to reviewing video clips of multiple doctors weighing in on the subject including the biochemist Kary Mullis who invented PCR and won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry for doing so has to say.

Oct 08 06:14

Hurricane Delta To Strike Gulf Coast Friday 

Hurricane watches have been posted for High Island, Texas, to Grand Isle, Louisiana, and continues inland to include Lake Charles and Lafayette, Louisiana, as well as Beaumont and Port Arthur, Texas, reported The Weather Channel.