May 11 02:42

Wuhan reports first coronavirus cluster since lifting of lockdown

Wuhan, the original epicentre of the new coronavirus outbreak in China, reported on Monday its first cluster of infections since a lockdown on the central Chinese city was lifted a month ago, stoking concerns of a wider resurgence of the disease.
The new infections add a layer of caution to efforts to lower coronavirus-related restrictions across China as businesses restart and individuals go back to work.

May 11 02:23

Discovery: Autopsies Prove that COVID-19 is a Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation

It is now clear that the whole world has been attacking the so-called Coronavirus Pandemic wrongly due to a serious pathophysiological diagnosis error.

According to valuable information from Italian pathologists, ventilators and intensive care units were never needed.

May 10 20:45

Bill Gates' Plan to Vaccinate the World

In January of 2010, Bill and Melinda Gates announced a $10 billion pledge to usher in a decade of vaccines. But far from an unalloyed good, the truth is that this attempt to reorient the global health economy was part of a much bigger agenda. An agenda that would ultimately lead to greater profits for big pharma companies, greater control for the Gates Foundation over the field of global health, and greater power for Bill Gates to shape the course of the future for billions of people around the planet.

May 10 18:45

Coronavirus: 'Plandemic' virus conspiracy video spreads across social media

Major social networks are rushing to take down a new coronavirus conspiracy theory video which has rapidly spread across the internet.

The so-called "Plandemic" video is edited in the style of a documentary, with much higher production standards than many conspiracy videos.

The video is filled with medical misinformation about where the virus came from and how it is transmitted.

Decide for yourself if the video is "medical misinformation" ...

May 10 18:17

A COVID State Of Mind - America's Mental Health Suffers As Anti-Anxiety Drug Prescriptions Soar

"Americans are turning to medications for relief, demonstrates the serious impact COVID-19 may be having on our nation's mental health."

May 10 18:13

NZ astronomers find Earth-like planet in 'one in a million' discovery

A rare Earth-like planet has been detected in a "one-in-a-million" discovery by New Zealand researchers.

The astronomers at the University of Canterbury said the "Super-Earth" planet was one of only a handful that had been found with a size and orbit comparable to Earth.

The planet's mass was somewhere between that of Earth and Neptune. It orbited a host star which was about 10 per cent the mass of our sun.

Its smaller host star meant the planet would have a year of 617 days.

One of the lead researchers, Dr Antonio Herrera Martin, said it was an incredibly rare discovery.

May 10 07:54


We are constantly told that we need “more testing” in order for people to be minutely “allowed” to be free. But according to a study done by Tanzania, the testing kits are so unreliable that goats and papayas have tested positive for COVID-19.

This whole scamdemic is proving rather quickly that this was nothing more than a tyrannical power grab, and we all know it. But this is just more evidence that they continue to lie to keep us in a constant state of fear so they can control us.

May 10 07:19

Plastic shields in place, Dutch schools to reopen amid coronavirus

At the Springplank school in the Dutch city of Den Bosch, staff have installed plastic shields around students’ desks and disinfectant gel dispensers at the doorways as part of preparations to reopen amid the country’s coronavirus outbreak.

May 10 06:56

China's president Xi Jinping 'personally asked WHO to hold back information about human-to-human transmission and delayed the global response by four to six WEEKS' at the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, bombshell report claims

A bombshell report claims Chinese President Xi Jinping personally asked World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom to 'delay a global warning' about the threat of COVID-19 during a conversation back in January.

Germany's Der Spiegel published the allegations this weekend, citing intelligence from the country's Federal Intelligence Service, known as the 'Bundesnachrichtendienst' (BND).

According to the BND: 'On January 21, China's leader Xi Jinping asked WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to hold back information about a human-to-human transmission and to delay a pandemic warning.

'The BND estimates that China's information policy lost four to six weeks to fight the virus worldwide'.

May 09 08:46


Project Day Lily is based on the events surrounding "Gulf War Syndrome" suffered by over 200,000 veterans (and tens of thousands dead) and their family members without proper acknowledgment or treatment to keep secret the origin of their illnesses. This is the true story of the discovery of a biological agent in veterans' blood by two American scientists as part of a massive testing program in the military and prisons and how various academic and government employees did everything in their power to keep this information secret, including murder.

May 08 17:35

Evidences of Nuclear Explosion in Mohenjo Daro

Mohenjo Daro, an ancient city of Sindh, Pakistan, was struck by a nuclear bomb. Question is...where did the bomb come from if it was 1800 BC?

May 08 12:01

Newly-Discovered Dinosaur Named ‘Star Lizard’ In Honor Of David Bowie

It’s no secret scientists take personal liberties in naming their discoveries. For a newly discovered dinosaur that sported some flamboyant headgear, scientists chose the name Stellasaurus or “star lizard” in honor of the true Starman himself, David Bowie.

May 08 10:19

More evidence vitamin D can help against coronavirus: Study finds patients with a severe deficiency are TWICE as likely to die from COVID-19

Patients with severe deficiency were twice as likely to experience complications
This, the US researchers claim, includes a higher risk of dying from COVID-19
Builds on previous research which found low levels of vitamin D is linked to a higher mortality rate

May 08 09:49

Trace Mineral Selenium Improves Cure Rate For COVID-19 Coronavirus Infection Up To 500%

Dating back over two decades to prior published studies that show an essential trace mineral decreases the virulence and inhibits mutations in viral infections, researchers in the UK, US and China collaboratively report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that selenium improves the cure rate for COVID-19 coronavirus sufferers.

The curative effect of selenium is evident in areas of China that have high selenium soil levels. The researchers report only a 13.2% cure rate in Wuhan, China, the epicenter for the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, compared to a 40.6% cure rate for all other provinces combined. Cured patients are those whose body temperature returned to normal.

May 08 09:26

First-ever coronavirus test that uses gene-editing tool CRISPR that glows when the virus is detected and gives results in just one hour is approved by FDA

The FDA issued emergency use authorization for a retooling of the CRISPR gene-editing technology as a coronavirus test
It uses a molecule that can find viral RNA instead of human DNA, in nose and throat samples, and glows when it's been found
Scientists say the tests can deliver results in just one hour and can detect the virus 100% of the time, meaning there are zero false negatives
The team is working on another at-home test using CRISPR that works similarly to a pregnancy test
In the US, there are more than 1.2 million confirmed cases of the virus and more than 76,000 tests

May 08 08:34

Flashback: Gilead Tumbles After Latest Data Leak on Virus Drug Trials

Gilead’s drug, remdesivir, is one of the most closely-watched therapies of the dozens being developed and tested as a potential treatment for Covid-19 patients. The World Health Organization, which has been helping coordinate the global response to the virus, said it accidentally posted the results on a website that helps track therapies for the disease.

The summary was quickly removed, but details of the post were reported by the Financial Times and posted by the publication Stat. They showed that the drug wasn’t associated with patients getting better more quickly; and 13.9% of patients getting the drug died, versus 12.8% getting standard care.

May 08 08:13

Surgeon General: We’re Working with Real Coronavirus Data Now, Not Models

Surgeon General Jerome Adams emphasized in an interview on Monday with Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Daily host Alex Marlow that the Coronavirus Task Force is working with real data from the United States, instead of predictive models.

“What the American people need to know now is we actually have data, and so we’re tracking that data,” Adams said during the interview.

Previously, the task force was working with predictive models, frequently criticized because of their tendency to exaggerate the possible effect of the virus on the United States. Models predicting the deaths of millions and hundreds of thousands in America appear to be overblown, as the real-time data is showing the death count much lower.

May 08 06:44

The world asks: How did Britain get it so wrong on coronavirus? International headlines show how UK is seen as 'a problem child' responsible for the 'biggest failure in a generation'

The world's media has lined up to savage Britain's coronavirus response this week after the UK's death toll surpassed Italy's to become the worst in Europe.

Headlines describe the UK as a 'the problem child of Europe' and the policies of Boris Johnson's government as 'the biggest failure in a generation'.

A shortage of protective gear, a late decision to go into lockdown and an 'inadequate' testing policy are all identified as reasons for Britain's huge death toll.

There is scathing criticism not only from countries such as Germany and Australia which have been widely praised for their handling of the virus, but even from nations such as Italy and the United States where the crisis has been equally severe.

May 08 06:36


The HighWire does a deep dive into Anthony Fauci’s NIH-Funded study of Remdesivir, the new Covid treatment darling approved by the FDA today, and uncovered some shocking discoveries.

May 08 05:59

The Air Force’s Secret Space Plane Is Part of A Plan to One Day Shoot Microwaves to Earth

Little is known about the X-37B space plane and what, exactly, it’s been doing during missions that now total nearly eight years in orbit. On Wednesday, the U.S. Air Force revealed some of the satellite payloads and experiments it will carry aloft this month, including one that will try converting the sun’s energy into a form that can be sent to Earth.

“The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, will transform solar power into radio frequency microwave energy which could then be transmitted to the ground,” Air Force officials told reporters during a telephone briefing.

May 08 05:48

Computer Model That Locked Down The World Turns Out To Be Sh*tcode

Submitted by Mark E. Jeftovic, of Axis of Easy

It was an Imperial College computer model that forecasted 500K deaths in the UK (and 2.5 million in the US) should policymakers pursue a “herd immunity” approach (a la Sweden), that influenced them to reverse course and go full lockdown instead. The model was produced by a team headed by Neil Ferguson, (who recently resigned his post advising the UK government when it surfaced that he was himself violating lockdown directives by breaking self-isolation for dalliances with a married woman).

The source code behind the model was to be made available to the public, and after numerous delays and excuses in doing so, has finally been posted to GitHub

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That the world wound up in lockdown mode, courtesy of buggy code, should be something which causes intelligent national leadership to think twice; of course, "intelligent national leadership" is a completely oxymoronic concept in a number of countries, including my own.

May 08 05:46

Hydroxychloroquine fails to help hospitalized COVID-19 patients: study

President Trump’s miracle drug appears to do more harm that good.

Hydroxychloroquine, the malaria drug trumpeted by the commander-in-chief, offered no obvious benefits to hospitalized patients diagnosed with COVID-19, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

May 07 14:35

Chinese FM: Political manipulation over virus origin is futile

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Wednesday that tracing the origin of the COVID-19 virus should be put in the hands of experts, whose research shall be carried out globally without disturbance from political factors.

May 07 14:27

First COVID-19 vaccine test on animals successful

A coronavirus vaccine developed in China has been proven effective in monkeys.

PiCoVacc, a vaccine made by Beijing-based Sinovac Biotech, used a very typical method to prevent the virus from infecting life forms: Putting a crippled virus into an animal's body, forcing its immune system to produce antibodies. The antibodies will also kill normal viruses.

May 07 13:54

US Begins To Implement WHO “Contact Tracing” To Forcibly Remove People From Their Homes?

By Spiro Skouras

This report is a follow-up to one where I cover how Michael Ryan of the WHO stated in a press briefing how the WHO (which is of course in the pocket of Bill Gates) now believes it is time to start removing people from their homes...

May 07 13:18

Carbon emissions from the MOON are forcing scientists to question the theory that it was formed in a collision between the Earth and 'wandering planet' Theia

Readings from a Japanese spacecraft found traces of carbon and volatile water in lunar gases, which show the moon is emitting carbon ions from its surface.

This amount of carbon should have been utterly vaporised by the intense temperatures generated in the colossal impact event.

But the findings suggest carbon has been there ever since the moon’s formation 4.5 billion years ago, meaning the ‘impact theory’ may have to be reconsidered.

May 07 13:09

Chicken treated with chlorine STILL has salmonella on it and could kill poorest Britons if US produce is allowed to be sold cheaply in the UK after Brexit, expert warns

Dr Callum Highmore, a Research Fellow in Microbiology at the University of Southampton, has revealed that salmonella is often still present in chicken that has been treated with chlorine, which can be potential fatal to those who consume it.

Speaking on tonight's episodes of Secrets of Your Supermarket Shop, which airs on Channel 5 at 8pm, the expert performed an experiment with host Stefan Gates, by adding salmonella bacteria to two pieces of chicken.

He treated one bag with water for three minutes, the maximum amount of time allowed under US rules, and another with chlorine.

Dr Highmore then put the chicken under a microscope and showed that salmonella is still present on both pieces.

May 07 12:03

'It's their own fault': HHS Secretary Alex Azar says meat processing workers' 'home and social conditions' are to blame for rapid spread of coronavirus - not their working conditions 

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar dismissed concerns about the spread of the coronavirus at meat packing plants, saying workers were more likely to catch the deadly disease at home or in social situations.

Azar's remarks were made on a phone call with Democratic and Republican lawmakers and came after President Donald Trump invoked the Defense Production Act to keep meat plants open amid fears of a food shortage.

But the plants have also had high outbreaks of the coronavirus among workers - more than 10,000 have tested positive nationwide with at least 45 deaths.

May 07 12:01

America Has No Plan for the Worst-Case Scenario on Covid-19

In the midst of the constant up-and-down of coronavirus news, both from science and the markets, it’s easy to lose sight of the scariest scenario of them all: the one where there’s no magic bullet. In this entirely plausible situation, there would be no effective Covid-19 vaccine or transformative therapy; the combination of testing and contact tracing wouldn’t successfully suppress the outbreak; and herd immunity would come, if at all, only after millions of deaths around the world.

Even raising this possibility is a big downer. But the fact that an outcome is terrible doesn’t make it impossible.

May 07 11:46

Inside the secret DHS lab testing how long coronavirus can survive on shopping carts and in sunlight

For scientists working at the Department of Homeland Security’s biodefense research laboratory, the directive from senior agency officials was unprecedented: drop everything and focus on one target, the coronavirus.

As the number of positive cases in the United States tops 1.2 million and deaths exceed 70,000, those scientists have been working 15 hours a day, seven days a week trying to crack the COVID-19 code.

“This is the most urgent thing we have worked on since 9/11,” said Lloyd Hough, a senior official and biology expert with Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate.

May 07 11:42

Researchers Use Computer Chip In Patient’s Brain To Restore Sense Of Touch After Spinal Cord Injury

A scientific breakthrough has given a man in Ohio the chance to reclaim a major part of his life after a devastating injury.

Ian Burkhart suffered a severe spinal cord injury in 2010 while on vacation from Ohio University. He dove into a wave and struck an unseen sandbar that paralyzed him instantly. Since 2014, researchers at the nonprofit, Battelle, and the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have been working on new technologies to help restore the use of Burkhart’s right arm.

In a new report, published in the journal Cell, the researchers have succeeded in connecting neural signals between Burkhart’s brain and arm. The breakthrough system is able to harness signals that are usually too small to perceive, enhances them, and sends them to the patient.

May 07 11:39

Nearly 1.5 Million More Tuberculosis Deaths Expected Due To Coronavirus Lockdowns

Since the coronavirus outbreak forced doctors and hospitals around the world to delay most other medical care to focus 100% on combating the outbreak, lapses in vaccination routines have led to the reemergence of diseases like polio and measles. Alarmed by this trend, one ER doctor and coronavirus survivor in the Bronx warned that the US might as well end its coronavirus lockdowns now due to the impending wave of ancillary health issues.

May 07 11:00

US Defense Chief: USS Kidd COVID-19 Outbreak May Have Started During Counternarcotics Operation

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Tuesday told reporters that the novel coronavirus outbreak aboard the Navy destroyer USS Kidd may have begun during a counterdrug mission the ship was carrying out while deployed in the Pacific.

"A theory is that they could've picked it up on a counterdrug mission where they pulled over a vessel possibly carrying drugs and they boarded the vessel and may have come in contact with somebody carrying the virus there," Esper told reporters, referring to a counterdrug mission near Central America.

The Kidd was deployed with the USS Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group in January but was later rerouted to the eastern Pacific for counternarcotics missions in US Southern Command.

May 07 10:21

On Virginia-Tennessee border, one side is now open for business while the other is still on lockdown

A tale of two cities?

by Salena Zito
May 03, 2020 05:18 PM

BRISTOL, Tennessee/Virginia state line — Joe Deel is behind the chrome-trimmed turquoise counter of his legendary diner, The Burger Bar, working with his wife Kayla, daughter Emily, and sous chef Corey Young; they can see people going in for lunch at the State Line Bar and Grill just across the street from them less than 50 yards away in Tennessee.

But their round, black-topped stools in Virginia remain as empty as they were nearly two months ago when the coronavirus first shut down the country.


May 07 09:07

Bizarre iron-shelled snail that lives in underwater volcanoes and can endure searingly high temperatures and pressures draws in minerals from the environment to reinforce its scaly 'armour', genetic analysis reveals

The scaly-foot snail (Chrysomallon squamiferum) survives in what researchers have called the 'impossible living conditions' of underwater volcanic vents.

Enduring searing temperatures, high pressure, strong acidity and low oxygen, it is the only living creature known to incorporate iron into its skeleton.

May 07 05:28

Corona Emergency Hearing #4: Dr. Rashid Buttar & Dr. Judy Mikovits

International Tribunal for Natural Justice
On the 28th April, 2020, Dr Rashid A. Buttar, DO, FAAPM, FACAM, FAAIM and Dr. Judy Mikovits, Molecular Biologist, gave testimony to the ITNJ Commission of Inquiry into Weaponisation of the Biosphere.

May 06 15:39

Russian Prosecutors Order Deletion Of Corona Conspiracy Videos From YouTube, Social Media

Russia is punishing anti-lockdown protesters and coronavirus conspiracy theorists with fines and prison and ordering the deletion of conspiracy videos from Russian social media.

May 06 15:15

CV-1984: Facial Recognition Technology To Be Used To Combat Spread of Virus Globally

By Aaron Kesel

Activist Post has warned that the COVID-1984 pandemic would be used to relinquish your rights and continue the accelerated rollout of facial recognition and normal surveillance like drones and smartphones. Now, that fact is being admitted publicly as countries seek to use facial recognition, artificial intelligence and surveillance cameras to fight the spread of CV.

There are now 25 countries looking to merge existing surveillance systems into new COVID surveillance programs...

May 06 13:10

The hunt for asteroid impacts on the moon heats up with new observatory

Because such impacts offer valuable information about Earth's own barrage of space rocks, scientists have established programs that look for the brief bright flashes on the moon that represent lunar impacts. A new such telescope recently began operations, confirming observations of another telescope's 100th impact flash detection.

May 06 11:51

Surprise asteroid EVADES Earth protection satellites in one of the closest flybys ever recorded

A truck-sized asteroid has careened past Earth in one of the closest flybys ever recorded – but none of satellites scanning the skies to protect our planet saw the space rock coming.

The previously unseen asteroid, 2020 JJ, whizzed past at a distance of around 7,000 kilometers (4,350 miles) this week. In astronomical terms, that’s an incredibly close shave, and it makes it one of the closest passes of our planet ever recorded.

In a development that might worry those tasked with protecting Earth from being smashed by space objects, the asteroid was only discovered by the Mount Lemmon Survey in Arizona at almost exactly the time it reached its closest point to Earth.

May 06 07:42

Scientists Identify ‘Alarming’ COVID-19 Strain That Leaves Survivors With Higher Viral Loads

A new report published on April 30 on bioRxiv, a website where researchers share their work before it is reviewed by their peers, reveals that there is a new strain of the COVID-19 coronavirus that is more dominant and contagious than earlier varieties.

The study, which was completed by scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in New Mexico, shows that the new, more dominant strain first appeared some time in February in Europe and then migrated to the East Coast of the United States. The strain, referred to as mutation spike D614G, has been the globe’s dominant COVID-19 strain since mid-March, the researchers said.

"D614G is increasing in frequency at an alarming rate, indicating a fitness advantage relative to the original Wuhan strain that enables more rapid spread," the study notes.

May 06 06:15

Top US general: We don't know if coronavirus emerged from Chinese lab

A top US general says it is still unknown whether the coronavirus emerged from a wet market in China, a laboratory or some other location, but reaffirmed the US view that it was probably not man-made.

May 06 06:15

Coronavirus taking heavy toll on US prison population

The prison population in the United States, the largest in the world, is being badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic even as officials are saying the disease has plateaued.

More than 80 percent of the nearly 2,500 inmates at a prison in Marion, Ohio as well as 175 staff members have tested positive for COVID-19, making it the most heavily infected institution across the country.

According to COVID Prison Data, a group of university criminal justice and data experts, over 13,400 inmates and more than 5,300 correctional staff across the nation have contracted the disease.

May 06 05:25

Antibody blocks infection by the SARS-CoV-2 in cells, scientists discover

Researchers report that they have identified a fully human monoclonal antibody that prevents the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus from infecting cultured cells. The discovery is an initial step towards developing a fully human antibody to treat or prevent the respiratory disease COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

May 06 01:34

Tanzania’s president is blaming the sharp rise of coronavirus cases on faulty testing kits

Magufuli, who holds a doctorate in chemistry, said the testers had randomly obtained several non-human samples on animals and fruits which included a sheep, a goat and a pawpaw and the results came out positive. The samples were given human names and ages and were submitted to the country’s National Referral Laboratory to test for coronavirus without the lab technicians knowing the true identity of the samples.

May 05 20:06

AZ Sheriff on Gov's Lockdown Order: I Won't 'Arrest Someone Who Is Trying to Make a Living'

“My conscience will not allow me to arrest someone who is trying to make a living,” said Mohave County Sheriff Doug Schuster. “I don’t believe it is a crime to try and make a living.”

May 05 16:42

Fusion Energy Gets Ready to Shine—Finally

Three decades and $23.7 billion later, the 25,000-ton International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor is close to becoming something like the sun.

May 05 16:35

Redfield and Birx: Can they be trusted with COVID?

U.S. military documents show that, in 1992, the CDC’s current Director Robert Redfield and his then-assistant, Deborah Birx—both Army medical officers—knowingly falsified scientific data published in the New England Journal of Medicine fraudulently claiming that an HIV vaccine they helped develop was effective. They knew the vaccine was worthless.

May 05 15:18


Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives quietly passed a bill requiring the Inspector General of the Department of Defense (DoD) to conduct a review into whether the Pentagon experimented with ticks and other blood-sucking insects for use as biological weapons between 1950 and 1975.

If the Inspector General finds that such experiments occurred, then, according to the bill, they must provide the House and Senate Armed Services committees with a report on the scope of the research and "whether any ticks or insects used in such experiments were released outside of any laboratory by accident or experiment design," potentially leading to the spread of diseases such as Lyme.

May 05 13:44

Researcher Found Dead in Home Following “Significant Findings” on Coronavirus

A Pittsburgh-area scientist who was on the verge of “making very significant findings” on the coronavirus was found dead inside his home over the weekend from an apparent homicide.

Police on May 2 discovered Bing Liu, 37, dead from gunshot wounds to his head, neck and torso at his home on Elm Court in Ross Township.

May 05 12:38

More than 370 workers at a pork plant in Missouri tested positive for coronavirus. All were asymptomatic

373 employees and contract workers at Triumph Foods in Buchanan County, Missouri, have tested positive for coronavirus. All of them were asymptomatic, according to a press release from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.

The state of Missouri has reported 8,386 cases and 352 deaths statewide as of Sunday night, according to the Health Department Website.
Triumph, a pork processing plant, is located in St. Joseph, on the border of Missouri and Kansas.

May 05 12:35

Coronavirus Defeated By Experimental Antibody That Targets Spike Protein

An experimental antibody developed by researchers at Utrecht University in the Netherlands can defeat coronavirus in a laboratory setting, according to a new study published in Nature Communications Bloomberg, which notes that the antibody - known as 47D11 - neutralized the virus in cell cultures.

May 05 12:29


As part of its partial reopening of “nonessential” institutions, Kansas City, Missouri, is now requiring businesses and churches to maintain lists of people who enter their doors, an Orwellian policy established ostensibly to enable the city health department to respond quickly to reports of COVID-19 exposure.

On Thursday, Mayor Quinton Lucas (shown), a Democrat, issued an executive order relaxing some of the provisions of his previous lockdown orders. The new order allows “nonessential” businesses to reopen under the “10/10/10 rule,” which states that “non-essential businesses open to the public must limit the number of customers allowed to no more than ten (10) persons or ten (10) percent of building occupancy (whichever number is greater).”

May 05 12:28


Last month, police departments in Daytona Beach and Connecticut unveiled what was initially touted as a potential new tool against a pandemic: drones capable of taking a person’s temperature from 300 feet in the air.

Both agencies quickly backtracked on using the machines to track the novel coronavirus after backlash from civil liberty groups warning about the implications of a “Big Doctor” in the sky singling out people simply for running a fever, when it might be nothing more than a more common and less deadly flu.

They raised other concerns as well: Are cops supposed to be monitoring health information that is private under federal law? Are drone readings, even with sophisticated infrared sensors, a trustworthy way to protect public health without violating individual rights?

May 05 12:26

War-torn Yemen faces shocking 16 million coronavirus cases, UN warns

A shocking 16 million people are are risk of contracting the deadly novel coronavirus in Yemen, the UN has warned, dealing a whopping blow to what it has already described as the world's worst humanitarian crisis.
The "most likely scenario" would see Covid-19 strike 55 percent of Yemen's entire population, the global body’s chief, Lisa Grande said on Monday.

Yemen's devastating five-year war has introduced air strikes, death and poverty to a nation that was already listed as one of the most impoverished in the world.

May 05 11:10

The moon might not be a 'dead' rock after all as scientists say freshly exposed bedrock on the surface could be a sign of an active tectonic system underground

Data from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) shows ridges with freshly exposed bedrock on the surface, which are a result of an active tectonic system.

More than 500 patches of exposed rock were found on the nearside of the moon that formed during 14 days of darkness.

The upward movement breaks the surface and enables regolith to drain into cracks and voids, leaving the rocks exposed.

And because bare spots are usually covered quickly, the team suggests this cracking must be recent - possibly ongoing today.

May 05 11:06

Alien life might survive on more planets than previously thought after scientists discover some organisms can thrive under atmospheres made up entirely of hydrogen

Laboratory studies reveal microbes can live in extremely hostile environments such as 100 per cent hydrogen.

This finding has implications in the search for extraterrestrial life and expands the number of planets in which life could thrive to include those previously disregarded.

May 05 09:56

The Scourge of Authoritarianism in the Age of Pseudoscience

Following the court decision in the US to award in favour of Dewayne Johnson (exposure to Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer and its active ingredient, glyphosate, caused Johnson to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma), attorney Robert Kennedy Jr said at the post-trial press conference:

“The corruption of science, the falsification of science, and we saw all those things happen here. This is a company (Monsanto) that used all of the plays in the playbook developed over 60 years by the tobacco industry to escape the consequences of killing one of every five of its customers… Monsanto… has used those strategies…”

May 05 09:55

How Rockefeller Founded Modern Medicine and Killed Natural Cures

At the same time, around 1900, scientists discovered “petrochemicals” and the ability to create all kinds of chemicals from oil. For example, the first plastic — called Bakelite — was made from oil in 1907. Scientists were also discovering various vitamins and guessed that many pharmaceutical drugs could be made from oil.

This was a wonderful opportunity for Rockefeller who saw the ability to monopolize the oil, chemical and the medical industries at the same time!

The best thing about petrochemicals was that everything could be patented and sold for high profits.

May 05 09:51

Why Are Number of U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Suddenly Cut Almost In Half On CDC Website?

Two days ago, conservative comedian Tim Young posted stunning new numbers from the CDC showing a significantly lower number of U.S. deaths related to COVID-19 than what’s being reported by the media.

HOLY SHIT: Did I read this wrong or did the CDC just revised the national COVID-19 deaths to 37,308?!?!

May 05 07:14

Israel develops key Covid antibody that ‘attacks and neutralises’ the virus in patient’s body

Israel Institute for Biological Research has isolated a monoclonal antibody that can neutralise Covid-19, but it is unclear if the vaccine has been tested on humans.

May 05 06:38

Israel Claims Breakthrough In Covid Treatment; Says Its Antibody Can Neutralise The Virus

Israel's Defence Minister Naftali Bennett has claimed that his country has made a significant breakthrough towards the treatment for the deadly Coronavirus

May 04 17:17

No Vitamin D Allowed: Helicopters Patrolling California Beach Order People to 'Remain Clear'

Viral video shared on social media shows a helicopter patrolling Huntington Beach, California ordering citizens to "remain clear of the beaches and boardwalk" in compliance with Governor Gavin Newsom's orders.

May 04 16:29

Study Suggests Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to Increased Coronavirus Deaths

How does this fit with governors ordering everyone to be locked inside?

May 04 09:26

US Funded Wuhan Lab’s Virus Research

"In the face of a moratorium in the US, Dr Anthony Fauci – the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and currently the leading doctor in the US Coronavirus Task Force – outsourced in 2015 the GOF research to China’s Wuhan lab and licensed the lab to continue receiving US government funding."

May 04 09:16

The Truth About Fauci—Featuring Dr. Judy Mikovits

“Judy Mikovits is Among Her Generation’s Most Accomplished Scientists.” —Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

May 04 09:09

Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated—Part 9 (Robert F. Kennedy, Jr)

"All of these studies found vaccinated cohorts to be far sicker than their unvaccinated peers. CDC blocks access by independent scientists to the largest vaccine database, the Vaccine Safety Datalink, which Congress created expressly for the purpose of performing this kind of study."

May 04 07:25

NASA budget cuts at Mars threaten 'crisis' for Curiosity rover and prolific orbiters

Budget cuts may force NASA's Curiosity rover to slam on the brakes just as it's reaching its highly anticipated home stretch.

Curiosity landed inside Mars' 96-mile-wide (154 kilometers) Gale Crater in August 2012, tasked with determining if the site could ever have supported microbial life. The rover's work quickly answered that question in the affirmative, showing that Gale hosted a long-lived lake-and-stream system in the ancient past.