Jun 23 10:36

REVEALED: Google FUNDED virus research carried out by Wuhan-linked scientist Peter Daszak for over a decade, new report reveals, amid accusations Big Tech has silenced COVID lab leak theory

Google funded research carried out by Wuhan-linked scientist Peter Daszak and his charity for more than a decade, it has been revealed.

The tech giant's charity arm,, has repeatedly provided financial backing for research and studies carried out by scandal-hit Daszak and his New York-based EcoHealth Alliance.

The financial ties, which were first reported by The National Pulse, are disclosed in various scientific studies between 2010 and 2018.

The studies are not related to COVID-19 or the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Google on Tuesday issued a statement saying: 'These are ludicrous and baseless conspiracy theories.'

Jun 23 10:07

WHO Stealth Edits Page Warning Against Vaccinating Children

Having been caught delivering some fact-base 'science' that does not jibe with the establishment's message that all kids should be jabbed immediately, The WHO has rapidly 'adjusted' its science-based recommendations for whether children should get vaccinated... or not...

Jun 23 10:00

New Harvard Data (Accidentally) Reveal How Lockdowns Crushed The Working Class While Leaving Elites Unscathed

Founding father and the second president of the United States John Adams once said that “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” What he meant was that objective, raw numbers don’t lie—and this remains true hundreds of years later.

We just got yet another example. A new data analysis from Harvard University, Brown University, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation calculates how different employment levels have been impacted during the pandemic to date. The findings reveal that government lockdown orders devastated workers at the bottom of the financial food chain but left the upper-tier actually better off.

Jun 23 09:58

Australia plans to shelve AstraZeneca Covid vaccine by October

The federal government has announced it will shelve the controversial AstraZeneca vaccine by October, suggesting it will have enough supplies of other vaccines to meet “allocation horizons” for vaccinating the population by the end of the year.

The government released a revised planning document on Wednesday outlining how it intended to direct supplies over the rest of the year.

At the same time, the chief health officer, Prof Paul Kelly, said he was “worried” about the growing Bondi cluster and declared seven local government areas in Sydney would be recognised as national hotspots.

The vaccination document, titled National vaccination allocation horizons, suggests in July and August AstraZeneca will continue to dominate the vaccination program, with up to 2.6m doses being administered each week, predominantly to those over the age of 60, through state and territory clinics and the primary care network.

Jun 23 09:36

15,472 Dead 1.5 Million Injured (50% Serious) Reported in European Union’s Database of Adverse Drug Reactions for COVID-19 Shots

The EudraVigilance database reports that through June 19, 2021 there are 15,472 deaths and 1,509,266 injuries reported following injections of four experimental COVID-19 shots:

From the total of injuries recorded, half of them (753,657) are serious injuries.

Jun 23 09:27

WATCH: Kamala Harris Instructs Activist Crowd To ‘Knock On Doors’ To Harass Unvaccinated People

In order to ensure Biden’s July 4th vaccine goal would not fail, Kamala Harris literally directed a crowd of Democrat volunteers to knock on doors of unvaccinated residents and harass them into getting the jab.

The Biden administration recently established a target of vaccinating 70% of Americans by July 4th. That ambition appears to be doomed.

Americans are avoiding the Covid vaccine for a variety of reasons, but the Biden administration is aiming for a 70% immunization rate in order to exert control over the unvaccinated.

This has nothing to do with saving lives.

It’s all about power.

In Atlanta, Kamala Harris instructed so-called “volunteers” to knock on doors and harass people who may be hesitant to receive the vaccine for various reasons.

Harris even provided the protestors some advice on how to deal with objections

Jun 23 08:03

'It is time to bust some of the COVID myths' we keep hearing about

Jun 23 07:38

Are these the numbers scaring Boris? Study shows 29% of the 42 people who have died after catching the new strain had BOTH vaccinations as cases soar another 40%

Almost a third of the 42 Britons who have so far died from the Indian (Delta) Covid had been double jabbed, a new report has revealed.

With the Prime Minister on the verge of delaying 'Freedom Day' by up to four weeks, new analysis by Public Health England (PHE) has revealed that 29 per cent of Covid deaths from the B.1.617.2 strain had received two injections.

And, in a further blow, the PHE report suggests the Delta variant has a 64 per cent increased risk of household transmission compared to the Kent (Alpha) variant.

Jun 23 07:34

Vaccine Remorse hits America

Just like buyer’s remorse after you spend a lot of money on a product that you realize you don’t want, and should not have acquired, millions of Americans are experiencing vaccine remorse after getting jabbed with central nervous system disrupting, blood clotting, dirty Covid-19 vaccines. For many others, the remorse is for their relatives, friends, neighbors and coworkers who died from the jabs. For millions of others yet, the Covid-19 vaccine GIVES them Covid-19, thus materializing, ironically, their greatest fear.

The worst part is that the “customers” can’t take the vaccines “back.” Bad deposit, no return. It doesn’t matter if you have your “receipt” (vaccine ID card or passport), because there’s NO undoing mRNA codes once they’re embedded in your cells.

Jun 23 07:27

CBS 62 Insider GOES PUBLIC Exposing Network's Forced Vaccination Rhetoric and Bias

Jun 23 07:10

'Casedemic' Over? Wealthy Nations Focus On Hospitalizations As COVID Becomes "Endemic" Like The Flu

Some experts are questioning whether a "booster" dose will even be necessary for most healthy people in the coming months as epidemiologists continue to keep a close eye on the spread of the "Delta" mutant COVID strain that is partly responsible for the UK's decision to delay the unwinding of its lockdown. In wealthy countries like the US, the link between infections and deaths has diminished. Now, in some places, instead, the focus is shifting to learning to live with COVID, like we have learned to live with the flu.

In this paradigm, the number of confirmed cases won't matter as much as the number of hospitalizations.

"It’s possible we’ll get to a stage of only monitoring hospitalizations," said Jennifer Nuzzo, an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, which has built one of the most comprehensive platforms to track the virus and its impact, making it a critical source of international data on the pandemic.

Jun 23 06:49

Another Starlink Issue? Redditor Reports Lightning-Strike Blows Apart Dish 

During last week's massive heat wave that scorched much of the US, some "r/Starlink" Redditors complained their satellite internet dishes were knocked offline because of overheating issues. A different week, a new problem for beta users of SpaceX's broadband service called Starlink as it appears no match for lighting strikes.

On Monday, Redditor "Coryhero" posted a picture of what seems to be the remaining bits of a Starlink system after a lightning strike on Sunday blew it to pieces. He wrote in the post, "House was struck by lightning last night. RIP Starlink."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When I worked at the Table Mountain observatory, lightning hit the radio telescope and wrecked it. It's not nice to fool mother nature! :)

Jun 23 06:40

New method instantly turns carbon into graphene or diamonds

Researchers have developed a way to use “flashes” of electricity to convert carbon into various forms – graphene or nanodiamonds.

Scientists at Rice University have developed a way to convert carbon from various sources into useful forms like graphene or diamonds. The new technique uses a “flash” of electricity to heat carbon. The length of the flash determines its final shape.

The method itself is known as flash joule heating (FJH), and the team first described it in January 2020. An electric current is passed through the carbonaceous materials, heating them to about 2,727°C, which turns the carbon into pristine turbostratic graphene flakes.

The researchers have now refined the process to create other materials. The initial flares lasted 10 milliseconds, but scientists have found that by changing their duration from 10 to 500

Jun 23 06:31

Death and Lockdowns

Now that the 2020 figures have been properly tallied, there’s still no convincing evidence that strict lockdowns reduced the death toll from Covid-19. But one effect is clear: more deaths from other causes, especially among the young and middle-aged, minorities, and the less affluent.

The best gauge of the pandemic’s impact is what statisticians call “excess mortality,” which compares the overall number of deaths with the total in previous years. That measure rose among older Americans because of Covid-19, but it rose at an even sharper rate among people aged 15 to 54, and most of those excess deaths were not attributed to the virus.

Jun 23 06:28

A Mega Comet Or Minor Planet Is Approaching On A Very Eccentric Orbit

An object with an orbit that takes it almost a light-year from the Sun is about to pay us a visit. We have almost a decade's warning because it is unusually large for a visitor from such a distance; it could become the largest comet ever seen. Although estimates of the object 2014 UN271's trajectory are changing rapidly as we find more observations in the records, the current best guess is it last came within the orbits of the planets 3 million years ago, and it will be even longer before it comes back.

In astronomical terms “eccentricity” is a measure of how elongated an orbit is. A perfectly round orbit has an eccentricity of zero, whereas one that is almost infinitely longer than it is wide has a value approaching one. On this basis, 2014 UN271 is indeed very eccentric (with an estimate of 0.99948 made by one of its discoverers), but it also fits the bill in more colloquial terms, since it's not like any object we've seen before.

Jun 23 06:02

Jill Biden lands in the South for a vaccine tour and says 'I feel like a miracle's here': First lady tries to get more shots in arms in Mississippi and Tennessee after White House said US will fall short of July 4 target of 70%

Jill Biden was in Donald Trump country Tuesday to push COVID vaccines as rates fall in the South and the White House concedes it won't make its July 4th goal of having 70% of adult Americans partially vaccinated.

The first lady, wearing a $2,075 red zebra and lemon print Dolce & Gabbana dress with a $600 black Veronica Beard blazer, arrived in Jackson, Mississippi, to visit a vaccine clinic before heading to Nashville to tour a pop-up clinic at a distillery with singer-songwriter Brad Paisley, who will perform some songs.

Both states have a vaccination rate below the 50 per cent mark: 33% are fully vaccinated in Tennessee and 25% are fully vaccinated in Mississippi, according to John Hopkins data.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Jill, this is NOT a sporting event where you try for a high score!

Jun 23 06:01

Three siblings - ages 1, 3 and 6 - receive Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine in clinical trials testing the shot's effectiveness in young children

Three siblings are taking part in the clinical trials looking at how well Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine works in young children.

Ellie, six; Christian, three; and Sloan, one; Bui of Jefferson, Louisiana - which is just to the west of New Orleans - each received their first shot in June.

Pfizer, which had the first COVID-19 vaccine available for any American over the age of 12, is hoping to get emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to distribute their vaccine to children even younger by the fall.

Jun 23 05:52

‘Locked-in Trauma’: Young Children Having Panic Attacks After Playdates

Mental health specialists have described the phenomena of “locked-in trauma” plaguing youngsters after more than a year of lockdowns, with children as young as five experiencing anxiety, including about playing with others.

The experts also believe that some 1.5 million children and young people will need treatment for mental health problems after the waves of lockdowns and social distancing, with waiting lists on the NHS so long — up to four years in some parts of the country — that many parents are opting to pay privately for care.

An investigation by The Telegraph published on Monday found specialists revealed that children had become frightened of everyday social interactions, fueled by social distancing and the fear of infection.

Children’s Commissioner for England Dame Rachel De Souza described it as “locked-in trauma”, with youngsters experiencing difficulties readjusting to normal life, including “not knowing how to make friend

Jun 23 05:29

US Warns of Illness Caused by Hand Sanitizers in Latest COVID-19 Update

Hand sanitizers, a ubiquitous presence during the coronavirus pandemic, threaten users with nausea, dizziness and occasional adverse events requiring treatment by healthcare providers, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned on Tuesday.

"FDA reviewed case reports submitted to FDA and cases from calls to US poison control centers of adverse events after applying alcohol-based hand sanitizers to the skin. While the majority of cases resulted in minor or minimal effects, some cases resulted in treatment by a health care professional," an FDA press release said.

The FDA explained in the release that common symptoms, including headache, nausea, and dizziness, typically result from fumes released by alcohol-based sanitizers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 


Jun 22 21:41

US Senate Finally Admits that Neuroweapons Exist, Passes Bill to Help Diplomat-Victims

By Janet Phelan

In a reversal of the established commentary that those claiming victimization by electronic weaponry are crazy and delusional, the US Senate has passed a Bill authorizing payment to CIA and State Department officials who have been attacked by this weaponry. Recent news reports have detailed these attacks on US diplomats in Cuba and China.

Dubbed “The Havana Syndrome,” it was recently reported that CIA personnel have also suffered such attacks in Europe and Asia.

Senate Bill 1828, the “Helping American Victims Afflicted by Neurological Attacks Act of 2021, or the HAVANA Act of 2021,” authorizes payment to qualified employees for brain injuries inflicted by neuroweaponry...

Jun 22 19:28

Role and History of Lipid Shells in mRNA Vaccines

In my book cell altering mRNA contained within a lipid shell having the ability to enter human cells hijacking its' functioning- is a virus. Covid "vaccines" are simply man-made viruses. Form your own opinion.

Jun 22 18:06

Vaccinated people found to be 600% more likely to die from covid “variants” than unvaccinated people

Those who have been injected for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) are greater than six times more likely to die from a circulating “variant” like “Delta” than are unvaccinated people who just say no to strange experimental drugs from Tony Fauci and the government.

New data published by Public Health England on Friday found that compared to non-jabbed people, those who took the poison for the Chinese Virus are far more likely to suffer an excruciating death upon exposure to one of the many Wuhan Flu variants that the media says are spreading.

As it turns out, experimental gene therapy chemicals make the human immune system more prone to sudden death upon exposure to Chinese Germs than if that immune system was simply left alone to do its job naturally without pharmaceutical interventions.

Jun 22 18:05

Billions of CVS patient records exposed due to “cloud storage misconfiguration”

More than one billion customer records at CVS Health were released to the public due to what experts believe was an accidental “cloud storage misconfiguration.”

Once again highlighting the serious risks involved with electronic medical records, a vendor of CVS Health apparently uploaded the records into the system without creating any type of password or authentication firewall, effectively exposing them all to the world.

Researchers say that the data points can easily be strung together to create an “extremely personal snapshot of someone’s medical situation. CVS Health is now on the hook for this massive breach of private medical records.

Jun 22 18:04

Permanent “lethargy syndrome” and long-term loss of motor skills now common “side-effects” of Covid-19 vaccines

The Covid vaccines are very far from “safe and effective.” They’re outright dangerous and detrimental to health, including normal daily functioning. For example, motor skills are something most of us just take for granted on a daily basis, like standing, walking, climbing stairs, balancing, coordinating, reacting and so on. This would include gross motor skills and fine motor skills, but what if you suddenly lost many of these abilities, right after getting jabbed with these so-called “safe and effective” experimental concoctions?

Now, there’s a wave of victims of vaccine coming out and explaining how they’ve lost motor skills, some while experiencing relentless, excruciating pain for weeks or months on end. Some victims are saying these crippling “side effects” come on 3 or 4 days after inoculation, and are lasting for 3 to 4 months, including constant lethargy, excruciating shooting pains going up their spine and neck, blindness, deafness and depression.

Jun 22 15:32

Third ever natural quasicrystal is found on a Russian meteorite

An incredibly rare and unusual type of crystal, once dismissed as impossible to exist, has been identified on a piece of meteorite in Russia.

With a strange repeating structure, for years researchers believed quasicrystals could only be made artificially.

Now the discovery, published in a new paper, marks the third finding of the bizarre materials in their natural form.

An incredibly rare and unusual type of crystal, once dismissed as impossible to exist, has been identified on a piece of meteorite in Russia .The discovery, published in a new paper, marks the third finding of the bizarre materials in their natural form
With a strange and irregular structure, for years researchers believed quasicrystals could only be made artificially.

Researchers discovered the first naturally formed quasicrystals in the early 2000s, after years of manufacturing artificial samples.

Jun 22 15:26

12,000 Scientific Articles A Year — Can They All Be Wrong?

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) is often used to determine the chemical composition of materials. It was developed in the 1960s and is accepted as a standard method in materials science. Researchers at Linköping University, Sweden, however, have shown that the method is often used erroneously.

“It is, of course, an ideal in research that the methods used are critically examined, but it seems that a couple of generations of researchers have failed to take seriously early signals that the calibration method was deficient. This was the case also for a long time in our own research group. Now, however, we hope that XPS will be used with greater care”, says Grzegorz Greczynski, senior lecturer in the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology at Linköping University.

Jun 22 15:11

[Video] The Highwire with Del Bigtree - “WE’RE PLAYING WITH FIRE HERE”

One of The Highwire’s most decorated guests, world renowned pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson, sits down with Del to give his unique viewpoint of the handling of #Covid19 from tyrannical lockdowns to his fears of the long term catastrophic damage from the vaccine, especially in young people.

Jun 22 14:40

The WHO Makes STUNNING Admission: Children SHOULDN’T Get Vaccinated

The World Health Organization just made a stunning admission about COVID vaccines:

“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19.”

One would think that individuals who work for the World Health Organization are among the world’s best medical minds. After all, the United States entrusts our funds to the organization. A large sum of money! The United States has been their major contributor in the past, sending them hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue each year.

Jun 22 13:07

Who Made Supermarkets Possible?

By Neenah Payne

Americans take frozen foods, foods shipped across the country, and supermarkets for granted. That allows us to enjoy foods year round when they are out of season in our area but are shipped from California and Florida and elsewhere. However, this was not even possible until the 1940s.

The refrigerated truck — one of the most important inventions for agriculture — was created by Frederick McKinley Jones...

Jun 22 13:05

Underground Sun Conversion tech uses sunlight to produce natural gas

In many countries, long, dark winters limit the amount of solar energy that can be generated for much of the year. That's where the Underground Sun Conversion system comes in, as it's intended to use sunlight to help produce natural gas deep underground.

The technology has been patented by energy company RAG Austria. It is now being developed via a European Union project that includes several Austrian and Swiss companies and institutions, including Switzerland's Empa research institute.

The procedure begins in the summer, when surplus electricity generated by solar panels and wind turbines is used to produce hydrogen. More specifically, that electricity is utilized in an electrolysis process, to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. That hydrogen – along with liquid carbon dioxide – is injected into natural porous sandstone deposits such as depleted natural gas reservoirs, up to 1,000 m (3,281 ft) below the Earth's surface.

Jun 22 12:19


Jun 22 12:15

WATCH: Unexplained Spirals Are Suddenly Appearing in the Skies Over the Pacific

Over the previous few days, thousands of individuals have reported witnessing unusual spirals in the skies above the Pacific Ocean.

On Friday, June 18, people across the south Pacific islands of New Caledonia, Tokelau, Samoa, and Fiji all reported seeing the same spiral phenomenon in the sky.

Onlookers were perplexed by the enigmatic spiral phenomenon, which they captured on video and photographed and shared on social media.

Jun 22 09:34

After Covid-19 Vaccine CAR CRASHES

Jun 22 09:22


Jun 22 09:20

Congress isn’t happy about SpaceX’s lunar lander and may vent this week

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson will appear at a committee meeting of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee on Wednesday, and the meeting could be full of intrigue when the subject of NASA's Artemis Program to land humans on the Moon and SpaceX comes up.

We can probably expect some happy talk as Nelson—who as a US Senator in 2011 championed development of the Space Launch System rocket alongside Kay Bailey Hutchison—references the recent stacking of the booster's core stage with its solid rocket motors at Kennedy Space Center. After a decade and more than $20 billion in costs, NASA's large SLS rocket is indeed finally getting closer to its first test launch.

Jun 22 09:19

Dropping power levels threaten InSight mission

Dust accumulation on the solar panels of NASA’s InSight Mars lander is reducing the power to the spacecraft and could force the mission to end within a year.

At a June 21 meeting of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group, Bruce Banerdt, principal investigator for the InSight mission at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said dust accumulating on the lander’s two solar panels has drastically reduced the amount of power they produce, requiring some instruments to be turned off at least temporarily.

“The dust accumulation on the solar arrays has been considerable. We have about 80% obscuration of the arrays,” he said. The amount of energy available to the lander per Martian day, or sol, has dropped from nearly 5,000 watt-hours shortly after its November 2018 landing to less than 700 watt-hours now, according to data Banerdt presented at the meeting.

Jun 22 09:19

Is dark matter real, or have we misunderstood gravity?

For many years now, astronomers and physicists have been in a conflict. Is the mysterious dark matter that we observe deep in the Universe real, or is what we see the result of subtle deviations from the laws of gravity as we know them? In 2016, Dutch physicist Erik Verlinde proposed a theory of the second kind: emergent gravity. New research, published in Astronomy & Astrophysics this week, pushes the limits of dark matter observations to the unknown outer regions of galaxies, and in doing so re-evaluates several dark matter models and alternative theories of gravity. Measurements of the gravity of 259,000 isolated galaxies show a very close relation between the contributions of dark matter and those of ordinary matter, as predicted in Verlinde's theory of emergent gravity and an alternative model called Modified Newtonian Dynamics. However, the results also appear to agree with a computer simulation of the Universe that assumes that dark matter is 'real stuff'.

Jun 22 09:17

Google's reported ties to Wuhan linked scientist points to one of the 'biggest scandals' of our time: Hilton

A new report revealing that Google and the USAID-funded Wuhan scientist Peter Daszak’s virus experiments for over a decade unearthed what could be considered one of the "biggest scandals" of our time, Steve Hilton said on Monday.

"It's honestly one of the biggest scandals for, I don't know, a hundred years." Hilton said during an appearance on "Fox News Primetime." "I can't think of a bigger one."


"The Next Revolution" host referenced the "shocking" report published by the "The National Pulse" which reveals financial ties between Google and Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance, understood to be "a controversial group that has openly collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on ‘killer’ bat coronavirus research."

Jun 22 09:16

Six Australians develop potentially deadly immune system failure just days after having AstraZeneca's Covid jab - with similar cases seen overseas

Six Australians have developed a potentially life-threatening condition just days after having AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine.

The recipients developed a rare disease called Guillain-Barré syndrome, which can cause paralysis and leave patients in crippling pain after breaking down the body's immune system.

The syndrome is a known complication from vaccines in general, with no medical evidence that Covid vaccines put someone more at risk.

Jun 22 09:15

‘Safe vaccine’ pledges are on ever shakier ground

DOCTORS, scientists, politicians, pharmaceutical companies and media promoting the experimental Covid vaccines as being safe and effective are rapidly being confronted with a stark choice: to save face or save lives.

As fresh evidence mounts supporting long-standing claims that the entire system of counting Covid ‘cases’ is bogus, grounds for repeatedly telling the public that the vaccines are safe are also collapsing.

The latest bombshell comes from Dr Robert Malone, an American vaccine specialist who invented the mRNA technology which is the basis of most Covid jabs, including Pfizer, Moderna, and Oxford AstraZeneca, allowing them to deliver the genetic code for the coronavirus spike protein.

Jun 22 09:13

AstraZeneca Covid vaccine linked to rare neurological disorder in India, UK 

Eleven people who received the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine have developed a rare neurological disorder called Guillain-Barre syndrome, clinicians in India and England have reported in two separate studies.

While seven cases were reported from a medical centre in Kerala, where about 1.2 million people were administered the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, known as Covishield in India, four were reported from Nottingham, UK, in an area in which approximately 700,000 (7 lakh) people received the jab. All 11 had received the Covid preventive 10-22 days earlier.

In Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), the body's immune system mistakenly attacks part of its peripheral nervous system --the network of nerves located outside of the brain and spinal cord.

The two studies, published in the journal Annals of Neurology on June 10, describe an unusual variant of GBR characterised by prominent facial weakness.

Jun 22 09:12

Four Brits develop Guillain-Barré syndrome days after Covid jab

Four British men have developed a potentially life-threatening condition just days after having AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine.

The recipients developed Guillain-Barré syndrome, which can cause paralysis and leave patients in crippling pain.

All four cases were spotted in the Nottingham area, where around 700,000 people have had the British firm's coronavirus jab.

British health chiefs have yet to offer a public breakdown of how many cases of the syndrome have been spotted in vaccine recipients across the entire country.

But a similar link has been spotted in both Australia and India, where AstraZeneca's vaccine is also being dished out. It is also a known rare side effect of flu and HPV jabs.

Jun 22 09:09

Britain's daily Covid cases rise by 37% in a week to 10,633 - as Boris warns of a 'rough winter' ahead, refuses to rule out MORE lockdowns and dashes hopes of overseas summer holidays

Britain's daily coronavirus case have risen by another third in a week, official figures revealed today after Boris Johnson warned more lockdowns could still be on the cards this winter.

Department of Health bosses recorded 10,633 positive tests in the last 24 hours — up 37.3 per cent on last Monday's count — with the national uptick in cases fuelled by the highly-transmissible Indian variant, which MailOnline today confirmed was now dominant in more than 300 areas of England.

Despite cases steadily increasing since mid-May, the number of people dying from the disease has stayed relatively flat, in a key sign the vaccines have broken the link between infections and fatalities. Five victims were added to the official toll today, compared to three last week.

Jun 22 07:56

Hundreds of VACCINATED Indonesian Health Workers Test Positive For Covid-19

Over 350 doctors and medical workers in Indonesia have tested positive for Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated.

According to reports, the affected individuals had received the Sinovac Covid vaccine, which was manufactured by a Chinese pharmaceutical company.

The mainstream media have reported that most of these workers do not have any visible symptoms of the virus, and are therefore classed as asymptomatic, despite the possibility that many of these testing kits may be creating false positives and the fact that asymptomatic infection has been disproven.

Jun 22 07:54

Nearly 4,000 women report menstrual problems including heavy bleeding and delayed periods after getting their Covid vaccine - but watchdog insists there's no proof jabs are to blame

Nearly 4,000 women have suffered period problems shortly after getting their Covid jab, Britain's vaccines watchdog has confirmed.

The issues, which have typically involved 'heavier than usual' bleeding or a delayed period, have primarily affected women aged between 30 and 49.

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said it had received 2,734 reports linked to the AstraZeneca jab up to May 17.

Another 1,158 reported menstrual changes after receiving Pfizer's and a further 66 were linked to the recently deployed Moderna jab.

Experts said the number of women suffering from period problems will 'definitely' be higher because many don't take the time to report them through official channels.

The figures, obtained by the Sunday Times, have raised questions about why menstrual changes are not included on the MHRA's list of potential Covid jab side effects.

Jun 22 07:43

ENGINEERED ICE AGE: Congress funds NOAA scientist for geoengineering project to cool the Earth by artificially dimming the sun

During the last ice age, huge masses of ice covered the northern U.S., Canada, northern Europe and northern Asia. All that ended around 12,000 years ago, but we could be closer to another one than you think now that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has received funds from congress for a controversial geoengineering project that aims to cool our planet.

David Fahey, the director of NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory Chemical Sciences Division, reportedly told staff that the federal government wished to examine the science behind geoengineering, something he described as a “Plan B” for climate change. Along with $4 million in funding, he was given the go-ahead to study two methods of geoengineering.

Jun 22 07:41

Common food additive in ultra-processed foods no longer considered safe by the European Food Safety Authority

Titanium dioxide, an additive found in over 3,000 ultra-processed foods, can cause DNA damage and mutations, reported a recent study by a panel formed by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).

Published in May in the EFSA Journal, the review assessed hundreds of studies on the infamous food additive. The panel couldn’t determine a safe level of exposure to titanium dioxide, which led them to conclude that it is not safe for use in foods. The EFSA is currently reviewing the safety of other chemical additives used by the food industry.

Jun 22 07:38

AstraZeneca’s experimental “antibody cocktail” fails to prevent coronavirus symptoms

AstraZeneca announced on Tuesday, June 15, that the antibody cocktail it has been developing failed to stop Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms from appearing.

The trial, named “Storm Chaser,” was on Phase III. It involved 1,121 adult volunteers from the United States and the United Kingdom. The vast majority of the volunteers did not have COVID-19 symptoms at the start of the trial. But they were exposed to the coronavirus soon after the trial started.

AstraZeneca claimed the goal of the trial was to figure out whether the long-acting antibody cocktail it developed could protect people who had recently been in contact with coronavirus-positive persons in places like nursing homes.

The Phase III trial found that the antibody cocktail, known as AZD7442, was only 33 percent effective in reducing the risk of people developing COVID-19 symptoms after exposure compared with the trial’s placebo.

Jun 22 07:35

Majority of US Physicians Decline COVID Shots, According to Survey

Of the 700 physicians responding to an internet survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), nearly 60 percent said they were not “fully vaccinated” against COVID.

This contrasts with the claim by the American Medical Association that 96 percent of practicing physicians are fully vaccinated. This was based on 300 respondents.

Neither survey represents a random sample of all American physicians, but the AAPS survey shows that physician support for the mass injection campaign is far from unanimous.

“It is wrong to call a person who declines a shot an ‘anti-vaxxer,’” states AAPS executive director Jane Orient, M.D. “Virtually no physicians are ‘anti-antibiotics’ or ‘anti-surgery,’ whereas all are opposed to treatments that they think are unnecessary, more likely to harm than to benefit an individual patient, or inadequately tested.”

Jun 22 07:23


Jun 22 07:22

World Health Organization Says Do Not Give Children Experimental Coronavirus Vaccine Shots

In America, national, state, and local governments are pulling out all the stops to advance giving experimental coronavirus shots to children down to the age of 12.

Up next, babies and children up to age 11.

Jun 22 07:21

Fauci Refuses To Accept Criticism From Anyone

Dr. Anthony Fauci tried to defend his reliability amid judgments that he misdirected over the past year messaging about coronavirus rules and mandates, including mask-wearing, by arguing his decisions were based on a regularly changing science around COVID-19.

“It is essential as a scientist that you evolve your opinion and your recommendations based on the data as it evolves,” the White House infectious disease expert told the podcast “Sway” that aired Monday.

“And that’s the reason why I say people who then criticize me about that are actually criticizing science,” he told interviewer Kara Swisher of how he was attacked when he shifted position on mask-wearing during the pandemic.

Jun 22 07:19

MP Derek Sloan raises concerns about censorship of doctors and scientists

Jun 22 07:12

Former Head Scientist at Pfizer Says Covid Threat is 100% Fake

Prior to forming his own biotech company in 2011, Michael Yeadon was the Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer for Allergy & Respiratory Research at Pfizer Pharmaceutical. He is a top scientist in the world of drugs and vaccines in the treatment of respiratory diseases such as Covid. In this video he declares that the Covid pandemic is a fraud. He explains why masks are useless, why distancing is absurd, why PCR tests are meaningless, why quarantining healthy people is stupid, why variants of virus strains are no threat, and why Covid vaccines should be rejected. Yeadon says many of his colleagues privately agree with this appraisal but remain silent to protect their salaries and research grants. It’s all about money. He concludes that, because of the massive number of deaths that will follow within a few years of vaccination, there clearly is an agenda to deliberately eliminate billions of people from the Earth and to enslave those who remain.

Jun 22 07:01

COVID-19 vaccines less effective against Delta variant: WHO official

A WHO official said on Monday (June 21) that COVID-19 vaccines are less effective against the Delta coronavirus variant, which was first detected in India. However, Maria Van Kerkhove, the World Health Organization`s technical lead for COVID-19, admitted that the vaccines still prevent severe disease and death.

"There is a recent study that came out in The Lancet ... that looked at the reduced titer neutralization from the alpha, beta, gamma, and delta variants showing a reduction in neutralization on the delta variant. Not as much as the beta variant, which is the variant that was first detected in South Africa ... Having said that, these vaccines are still highly effective. They produce enough antibodies to protect against severe disease and death," Van Kerkhove said at a press briefing.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Keeping up the fear!

Jun 22 06:50

First dose #Covid vaccines have fallen 85% in two months, to the lowest levels since the rollout began in December. Only 1 American in 1,000 is now being newly vaccinated every day.

This is the definition of pushing on a string. Which is why the coercion is ramping up.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

People are waking up to the ineffectiveness/dangers of the Covid vaccines.

Jun 22 06:48

Unvaccinated Americans are at risk of a possibly more dangerous Covid-19 variant. These are the most vulnerable states

Some states are making great strides in vaccinating their residents against Covid-19, but the ones that are not may soon be contending with a more transmissible variant, experts say.

About 45.2% of the US population is fully vaccinated against Covid-19, CDC data showed, and in 16 states and Washington, DC, that proportion is up to more than half, and 16 have reached President Joe Biden's goal to vaccinate 70% of adults with at least one dose.
But some states -- such as Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Wyoming -- have fully vaccinated less than 35% of residents.

More than 500 days and 600,000 deaths since the first person in the United States was reported to have died from Covid-19, experts have upheld vaccines as the key to reopening the country safely and containing the variants, many of which are more transmissible.

Jun 22 06:45

Delta variant of the coronavirus will be the new excuse for tyrannical health measures

A number of governments have warned about the rapidly spreading Delta variant of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). Because of its spread, authorities have warned that the biggest wave of the pandemic is yet to come. These same authorities are implementing measures that curtail people’s freedoms – such as lockdowns and mask mandates – under the guise of keeping the Delta variant at bay.

The “Delta variant” may actually be a euphemism for people who are harmed by covid vaccines. By blaming a “variant” instead of the vaccine, the covid vaccine mythology narrative can be perpetuated until global depopulation goals are achieved.

Jun 22 06:21

Did care homes use powerful sedatives to speed Covid deaths? Number of prescriptions for the drug midazolam doubled during height of the pandemic

The number of prescriptions for a powerful sedative that can kill the frail doubled at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, raising fears it was used to control elderly residents in stretched care homes – or even to hasten their deaths.

Official figures show out-of-hospital prescribing of the drug midazolam increased by more than 100 per cent in April compared to previous months.

An anti-euthanasia campaigner last night said he suspected that the spike was evidence that many people had been put on end-of-life protocols or ‘pathways’.

Jun 22 06:19

China Releases Questionable Vaccine Report

China announced early on Sunday that over 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses have thus far been administered within its borders.

The Associated Press reports that the pace of vaccinations in China has significantly sped up recently after initially getting off to a somewhat slow start. The country's National Health Commission did not specify how many people have actually been vaccinated, however most vaccines approved for use in China are administered in two doses, as is the case with most other COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S.

Currently, there are seven Chinese-made vaccines approved for use in the country of over 1.4 billion people, with two recently approved for use in children as young as 3 years old.

Jun 21 18:49

Over 30,000 US Veterans of Post-9/11 Wars Have Killed Themselves Since 2001

By Julia Conley

New research released Monday shows the post-9/11 wars launched by the U.S. military since 2001 have resulted in over 30,000 suicides by active duty American solders and veterans—over four times the number killed in combat operations.

According to Brown University’s Costs of War Project—established in 2010 to account for the loss of lives and taxpayer dollars spent on U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—an estimated 30,177 veterans and service members have killed themselves over the last nearly two decades, compared with 7,057 members of the military who have been killed in combat...

Jun 21 13:39


Jun 21 12:45

America’s Biggest Sandwich Chain May Be Serving Fake Tuna, According to Lab Analysis | Eat This Not That

There's been an interesting, ongoing discussion about the authenticity of Subway's tuna since two Subway customers filed a lawsuit against America's biggest fast-food chain last January. They argued that Subway "falsely advertised" its tuna as real tuna, while alleging that the ingredient Subway serves is "anything but tuna." Now, the New York Times has completed an investigation of multiple samples of Subway's tuna. The verdict? A fish-testing lab says it's hard to say.

The Subway tuna test started as a curiosity.

Jun 21 12:09

Inkjet Printing ‘Impossible Materials’

Engineers at Tufts University have developed new methods to more efficiently fabricate materials that behave in unusual ways when interacting with microwave energy, with potential implications for telecommunications, GPS, radar, mobile devices, and medical devices. Known as metamaterials, they are sometimes referred to as “impossible materials” because they could, in theory, bend energy around objects to make them appear invisible, concentrate the transmission of energy into focused beams, or have chameleon like abilities to reconfigure their absorption or transmission of different frequency ranges.

It is also the first demonstration that organic polymers can be used to electrically “tune” the properties of the metamaterials.

Jun 21 12:02

Neptune Gets Rainfall Made Of Diamonds . Here's Why

It could make for the greatest get-rich scheme in history, but you need to hitch a ride to Neptune to do it. Yep — scientists think it's raining diamonds on the eighth-farthest planet from our sun. There may be plenty to go around, however, as the 'Ice Giant' is the fourth-largest planet in diameter located in our solar system.

For over 40 years, both astronomers and physicists have suspected diamonds rain down in the center of the planet, though Voyager 2, the lone space mission probe to have flown by the planet, did not prove the popular hypothesis — but we also have yet to land a spacecraft, let alone develop an intricate-enough ground-based telescope, to confirm it (via American Scientist).

Jun 21 11:56

Why one of the brightest stars in the sky mysteriously started to dim

Astronomers may have solved the mystery of Betelgeuse's bizarre brightness drop.

In the fall of 2019, Betelgeuse — one of the brightest and best-known stars in the sky — began dimming dramatically. By February 2020, it had lost about two-thirds of its normal luminosity.

Betelgeuse, which forms the shoulder of the constellation Orion (The Hunter), is a bloated red supergiant, a massive star that will die in a violent supernova explosion in the relatively near future. So some astronomers speculated that this "Great Dimming" might be the beginning of Betelgeuse's death throes, and that the star could soon go boom.

Jun 21 11:34

Monmouth University Requires Vaccinated Students to Wear Masks for Fall Semester

By Leana Dippie

Monmouth University is requiring full vaccination while not lifting any mask restrictions in classrooms.

The school is also requiring students and faculty to submit documented proof of their vaccinations by August 1...

Jun 21 11:29

How COVID-19 vaccine policies have triggered lawsuits and workplace showdowns

Tens of millions of Americans have been vaccinated against COVID-19 and with that, workplaces around the country are opening up once again.

But the rules that some employers and others have put into place mandating vaccines that are still not fully authorized by the Food and Drug Administration, have sparked showdowns with employees.

Lawsuits have been filed against a Texas hospital, a Los Angeles school district, a North Carolina sheriff and a New Mexico detention center, to name a few.

And with a portion of the population hesitant to get vaccinated, including some who outright refuse, there may be more showdowns down the line. A May report by the Kaiser Family Foundation, a non-profit that conducts research on key health policy issues, found nearly a third -- 32% -- of unvaccinated adults are waiting for full FDA approval of a vaccine before getting it.

Jun 21 11:28

Claudette drenches Southeast, may trigger more flash flooding before strengthening to tropical storm again

Tropical Depression Claudette is continuing its trek across the Southeast, hitting parts of Georgia and the Carolinas for a soggy Father's Day.

The center of the system, which downgraded to a tropical depression Saturday, now sits over Alabama, but the edges of the storm is touching the Carolinas.

The system is expected to produce heavy rainfall and flash flooding across parts of the Florida Panhandle, Northern Alabama and Georgia throughout the morning, according to the National Weather Service.

Jun 21 11:10


Jun 21 11:02

94% Of Americans Oppose Big Pharma's Control Over Global Vaccine Supply: Poll

A new poll released Friday found that a whopping 94% of adults in the US do not want pharmaceutical corporations to control the global supply of Covid-19 vaccines, lending additional support to international demands for achieving universal access to inoculation through more knowledge sharing, technology transfer, and public production of doses.

That 94% figure includes respondents who expressed no preference, and it revealed a strong bipartisan consensus, with 96% of Biden voters and 92% of Trump voters in agreement. The online survey was conducted by YouGov between June 9-10 on behalf of the Medicine Equality Now! campaign, which seeks to dismantle the intellectual property (IP) barriers that cause millions of unnecessary deaths per year by undermining equal access to lifesaving medicines.

Jun 21 11:01


Jun 21 10:45

MHRA Data shows a 3016% increase in number of women who’ve lost their unborn child as a result of having the Covid Vaccine

Losing a new born is a heart breaking endeavour, as is the pain of losing an unborn child. Which is why we’re both saddened and shocked to bring you the latest update on the number of unborn and newborn children to lose their lives as a result of the mothers receiving one of the Covid-19 vaccines in the United Kingdom.

The Government have released weekly reports on adverse reactions to the experimental Covid-19 vaccines, the first of which covered data inputted to the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme from the 9th December 2020 through to the 24th January 2021. Their latest report (find it here), which is the nineteenth to be released covers data inputted to the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme from the 9th December 2020 though to the 2nd June 2021.

Just eighteen weeks separate the first and nineteenth report, and the shocking increase in the number of women losing their unborn and newborn child in that time due to having either the Pfizer or AstraZeneca Covid vaccine is appalling.

Jun 21 10:39

University of Florida Issues Statement After Lab Finds Pathogens on Children’s Face Masks

Now, parents have even more reason to take that mask off of their child! A recent study at a lab at the University of Florida analyzed a small sample of face masks and detected 11 dangerous pathogens that included bacterias that cause diphtheria, pneumonia, and meningitis.

Of course, the University of Florida backtracked to say they believe the CDC’s studies that wearing a mask is best even though there are many conflicting theories. Interestingly, the statement talks about the importance of the “chain of custody,” so isn’t it also important to know the chain of custody for ballots in an election?

Jun 21 10:09

How Come Those Who Claim to Care the Most About COVID, Won’t Even Talk About Ivermectin?

Last week, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister launched a $1 million grant to convince “hesitant” communities to get themselves vaccinated with one of the experimental shots on the market. But if people are hesitant about an experimental gene therapy that has already racked up a record number of serious adverse events on the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), why not spend the money persuading people to get ivermectin, a safe and effective early and prophylactic COVID treatment that has been approved by the FDA and the WHO for other uses for years?

In a recent video clip from one of his forums, Pallister was asked by a caller about another kind of hesitancy – not hesitancy to vaccinate, but “hesitancy to talk about ivermectin” and other early treatments. The caller cited the evidence about this drug, which “does no harm” and causes no risk to try it. The female caller completed her thought by asking him, “Are we doing anything with that, and if not, why not?”

Jun 21 10:07

Is the Danger Covid or the Vaccine?

How many Americans are as brave as Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley, who announced he would give up playing football before he submits to the NFL’s vaccine protocols?

Health care employees and many other Americans are experiencing pressure to accept vaccination or be fired. For example, a hospital in Texas has made vaccination a condition of employment. I can understand the reluctance of a nurse or doctor, who has witnessed severe injury and death to those who were vaccinated, being unwilling to subject themselves to the risk. They have exposed themselves for 16 months to risk of infection by treating those who are infected. Now they are declared to be a risk to patients because they are not vaccinated and are pressured to accept the high risk of injury from the vaccine.

Jun 21 07:45

Debunking A 'Chinese Defector' Story

It is sad to see how much Col. Pat Lang's intelligence judgment has deteriorated.

Here he goes crazy over a story of an alleged Chinese high level defector who allegedly brought all kinds of materials with him:

This man, as Chinese counter-intelligence boss looked around the IC and decided that he was most likely to survive an internal leak if he defected to DIA. That means that in spite of the fact that DIA had an internal Chinese mole (recently arrested at DIA request by the FBI), the rest of the agencies are worse in the level in Chinese intelligence penetration not only of their analytic people but also of their operations staff. How do I know that? Material from the defector (Dong) would not normally be shared with analysts if it had his name in it. His identity would be held in operational channels.
Clearly, this man believes that; CIA. army intelligence, naval intelligence, USAF intelligence and all the rest are heavily penetrated. pl.

Jun 21 07:45

Hundreds of VACCINATED Indonesian Health Workers Test Positive For Covid-19

Over 350 doctors and medical workers in Indonesia have tested positive for Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated.

According to reports, the affected individuals had received the Sinovac Covid vaccine, which was manufactured by a Chinese pharmaceutical company.

The mainstream media have reported that most of these workers do not have any visible symptoms of the virus, and are therefore classed as asymptomatic, despite the possibility that many of these testing kits may be creating false positives and the fact that asymptomatic infection has been disproven.

Everyone who tested positive has been forced to self-isolate at home. Those with symptoms have reported high fevers and declining oxygen saturation levels.

Jun 21 07:42

Australia’s Medicine Regulator has never seen Pfizer Covid Vaccine study data despite deeming it safe for Australians

A freedom of information request made to Australia’s drug regulator has revealed they have never seen the extremely limited study data for the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine despite giving it emergency approval and deeming it safe to be injected into the arms of Australians.

Jun 21 07:40

US doctor says AstraZeneca vaccine only 33-60% effective against Delta variant. Why it matters in India

Eminent health expert and American scientist Eric Feigl-Ding has said in a series of tweets that AstraZeneca vaccine may have limited effectiveness against the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes Covid-19.

Citing a study, Eric Feigl-Ding said, "The efficacy of AZ [AstraZeneca vaccine] against Delta variant is not 90% (it's 60%), Pfizer is 88% in one non-trial study. However, 1 dose of vaccine (both types averaged) is just 33%. And many countries are just 1 dose vaccinated."

Jun 21 07:39

Evidence of Antibody Dependent Enhancement? – Majority of Covid deaths are the fully vaccinated and A&E attendance is breaking records

We must question why A&E departments across the country would be breaking records for attendance in June, when the highest month of attendance is usually January. Could it be something to do with the fact that as of the 20th June 2021, 35 million people in England have had at least one dose of an experimental vaccine and the consequences of their decisions are beginning to be realised?

Are we beginning to see evidence of Antibody Dependent Enhancement? It’s hard to tell due to the fact we are in the middle of Summer, a season which throughout history has kept respiratory viral infections at bay. We will find out once Winter arrives, and it is only a few short months away, but we’ve a feeling based on the evidence that it isn’t going to be pretty.

Jun 21 07:24

DOC'S ORDERS Dr Fauci again says his critics are ‘criticizing SCIENCE’ and blasts trolls for comparing him to Hitler

FAUCI doubled down on his assertion that anyone who criticizes him is criticizing science and said his flip-flopping on the mask issue was because "that's the way science works" during a New York Times podcast interview.

During the episode for The Sway podcast with Kara Swisher, Fauci took aim at critics who pointed out his flip-flopping on the mask mandate and recommendations for mask wearing.

He said: "It is essential as a scientist that you evolve your opinion and your recommendations based on the data as it evolves. And that's the reason why I say people who then criticize me about that are actually criticizing science."

Fauci, 80, went on to insist that "that's the way science works."

"The people who are giving the ad hominems are saying, 'Ah, Fauci misled us. First he said no masks, then he said masks.'

"It was not a change because I felt like flip-flopping. It was a change because the evidence changed, the data changed.

Jun 21 07:19


Jun 21 07:09

The Most Massive Scientific Fraud

Jun 21 07:05


Jun 21 07:04

UN Report Warns There's a Different Type of 'Pandemic' Coming For The World

Thousands of years of history tell us drought is nothing new. Sometimes we prevail. Often we don't.
A bleak look into the future tells us we've seen nothing yet, with a mix of shifting climates, poor water management practices, and growing population densities promising a 'pandemic' of catastrophic droughts awaits.

The UN's Special Report on Drought 2021 details the risks we face in coming years as a result of reduced rainfall in key spots around the world, exploring the drivers behind drought and the variety of measures we all take to cope with water shortage.
The fact global warming is redistributing our water is already a grim reality many around the world are forced to deal with.

Jun 21 06:56

Russia's Ministry of Health names three drugs that can treat new Chinese coronavirus

While experts across the world search for a vaccine to tackle the dangerous new infection, Russian health bosses have identified a trio of existing medicines to combat 2019-nCoV in adults.

The new coronavirus can be fought with ribavirin, lopinavir/ritonavir and interferon beta-1b, they believe. These drugs are typically used to treat hepatitis C, HIV and multiple sclerosis respectively.

The Ministry of Health advisory not only offers recommendations, but also describes how the treatments work and in what quantities they should be prescribed. The guidelines are intended for doctors in hospitals throughout the country.

Jun 21 06:56

Farmers Accidentally Grow The 'World's Most Expensive Mango'

A pair of farmers accidentally grew the 'world's most expensive mangoes' and now need a special team of security to protect them.

Sankalp Singh Parihar, from India, was on a train to Chennai a few years ago when a fellow passenger asked him if he wanted a special mango sapling for Rs 2,500 ($33).

Taking a gamble, he agreed. But after a few months, he started to notice something different about them.

Speaking to Vice, he said: "I did not know what the mango breed was but I named it Damini after my mother and planted it.

Jun 21 06:52

US Triples Vaccines for Taiwan as Tensions with China Escalate

US will ship 2.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Taiwan, more than tripling previous allocation of shots for the island, as Washington is competing with Beijing to deepen geopolitical clout through so-called "vaccine diplomacy".

The vaccines will be delivered to Taiwan on Sunday, a senior US administration official said on Saturday.

US President Joe Biden's administration initially had promised to donate 750,000 doses to Taiwan, but it is increasing that number.

The move will almost certainly irk China, which considers Taiwan, the self-governed island, which is also called Chinese Taipei, as part of its own territory. Beijing has grown increasingly assertive in recent months after the US administration’s attempts to interfere in Taiwan.

Jun 21 06:51

As COVID-19 continues to ravage our nation, the economic toll is racing to outstrip the toll in lives taken

As COVID-19 continues to ravage our nation, the economic toll is racing to outstrip the toll in lives taken. While there is clearly no way of comparing the two, the millions of people who have lost their jobs due to the pandemic are the ones who are suffering the brunt of shutting down our country. Many of those people will never get those jobs back, because the companies who laid them off have gone bankrupt.

We have yet to see the full impact that COVID-19 will have on our country and the world. Even so, it’s surprising that we haven’t yet entered into a time of economic depression. Many financial gurus are predicting that it’s just around the corner, so we’re clearly not out of danger yet. Probably the only way we’re going to see the end of that risk, is by going through the depression and coming out the other side.

Jun 21 06:30

Earth Has a 27.5-Million-Year 'Heartbeat', But We Don't Know What Causes It

A new study of ancient geological events suggests that our planet has a slow, steady 'heartbeat' of geological activity every 27 million years or so.

This pulse of clustered geological events - including volcanic activity, mass extinctions, plate reorganizations and sea level rises - is incredibly slow, a 27.5-million-year cycle of catastrophic ebbs and flows. But luckily for us, the research team notes we have another 20 million years before the next 'pulse'.
"Many geologists believe that geological events are random over time," said Michael Rampino, a New York University geologist and the study's lead author.
"But our study provides statistical evidence for a common cycle, suggesting that these geologic events are correlated and not random."
The team conducted new analysis on the ages of 89 well-understood geological events from the past 260 million years.

Jun 21 06:21

Brain scans of coronavirus patients suggest ‘significant’ grey matter loss over time: study

Dr. Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins School of Public Health on why some are experiencing complications after getting vaccine.

An analysis of brain scans from people once infected with COVID-19 suggested a consistent pattern in loss of grey matter over time, researchers say.

Researchers affiliated with the University of Oxford posted findings ahead of peer review this week to medRxiv, drawing on data from the U.K. Biobank. They compared brain scans taken pre-pandemic to scans taken about three years later among 394 coronavirus patients and 388 matched controls. A further analysis included 15 hospitalized patients compared with 379 people who hadn’t been hospitalized.

"Our findings thus consistently relate to loss of grey matter in limbic cortical areas directly linked to the primary olfactory and gustatory system," or areas in the brain related to the perception of smell and taste, authors wrote.

Jun 20 18:31

Exposed and Unprotected: 1.1 Billion Records of CVS Health Customers Posted Online

By B.N. Frank

CVS seems rather dismissive of the magnitude of this situation. Of course, situations like this have become so common, maybe we’ve all become somewhat desensitized to our personal information ending up where it’s not supposed to be...

Jun 20 07:56

Taibbi: Why Has "Ivermectin" Become A Dirty Word?

On December 8, 2020, when most of America was consumed with what The Guardian called Donald Trump’s “desperate, mendacious, frenzied and sometimes farcical” attempt to remain president, the Senate’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing on the “Medical Response to Covid-19.” One of the witnesses, a pulmonologist named Dr. Pierre Kory, insisted he had great news.

“We have a solution to this crisis,” he said unequivocally.

“There is a drug that is proving to have a miraculous impact.”