Melbourne residents are prisoners in their city, risking indefinite detention for ‘pre-crime’ and even having their kids taken based on Covid statistics that are often inaccurate. How long before this spreads elsewhere? Helen BuyniskiRTThu, 24 Sep 2020 Americans would be wise to pay attention to what’s going on Down Under. […]

Who cares? But let’s take look anyhow… by Martin Harris 28/9/2020 WHO says 2 million coronavirus deaths is ‘not impossible’ as world approaches 1 million It’s “not impossible” that the coronavirus death toll could double if countries don’t uniformly work to suppress the virus’ spread, the World Health Organization said […]

Once upon a time, there was something called science. It included the discovery of truth about nature, the elements, the universe, etc. It was practiced by honest and accountable practitioners called scientists and engineers. They often invented cool new things as a result of their studies, but generally they had […]

With much of Europe struggling to contain a second wave of coronavirus infections, a Danish professor has claimed that the pandemic “may be finished” in Sweden, thanks to herd immunity. RTSat, 19 Sep 2020 Sweden recorded 224 cases of Covid-19 on Thursday, a number roughly on par with daily new infections […]

Treason is a strong word. Is it justified regarding the COVID 19 agenda? Kiwi4Justice examines the case. MH By Kiwi4Justice via EWRThese are unprecedented times in history around the world and in New Zealand right now. Deeply troubling things occurring that just make no rational sense. Is there something else […]

Have you got questions about this so-called pandemic?  One of our early questions was “how is a pandemic defined?”  We went to the WHO website expecting to find it and couldn’t find a definition!  by Jo Blogs Red Sky In The Morning Why wasn’t there a definition?  Without guidelines, isn’t it […]

Update 17/9/20 : Li-Meng Yan suspended from Twitter (see video) MH “ The striking finding of EcoRI and BstEII  restriction sites at either end of the SARS-CoV-2 RBM, respectively, and the fact that the same RBM region has been swapped both by Dr. Shi and by her long-term collaborator, respectively, using […]

Here’s an excerpt from the introduction: From: Public health lessons learned from biases in coronavirus mortality overestimationRonald B. Brown, PhDSchool of Public Health and Health Systems “On September 23, 1998, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) permanently lost contact with the $125 million Mars Climate Orbiter. 1 A […]

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