May 24 05:52

Can China’s Space Startups Challenge SpaceX?

There is just something about SpaceX that really grabs people’s attention. Whether it is the Elon Musk connection or the allure of space, the company has a thriving culture around it.

The company’s success and media praise has spurred on a bevy of competitors. These are well covered in the media and I suggest you watch a few videos about them.

But SpaceX has also spurred the Chinese government and nation into action as well. There are over a hundred Chinese commercial aerospace companies right now in the industry competing amongst each other to be China’s SpaceX.

In this video, we are going to look at the rapid development of China’s private space industry.

May 24 05:52

Desperate to Stay in the Limelight Fauci Now Now Says COVID Might Be Man-Made

President Bidens chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci has claimed that he is “not convinced” that Covid-19 developed naturally and has called for an open investigation into the virus’ origins.

During the United Facts of America: A Festival of Fact-Checking event, PolitiFact’s Katie Sanders asked Fauci “There’s a lot of cloudiness around the origins of covid-19 still, so I wanted to ask, are you still confident that it developed naturally?”

Fox news reports: “No actually,” Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) said, around 12 minutes into footage of the event, which was held earlier this month but overlooked by most media outlets. “I am not convinced about that, I think we should continue to investigate what went on in China until we continue to find out to the best of our ability what happened.”

May 24 04:58

China furious as new report suggests Wuhan lab staff sought hospital care weeks before Covid-19 outbreak was disclosed

Researchers from China's Wuhan Institute of Virology became so ill in November 2019 that they required hospital treatment, the Wall Street Journal has reported as the international community continues to probe Covid-19's origins.
According to a US intelligence report cited by the paper, three staff members from the institute became so ill that they required hospital care weeks before Beijing acknowledged the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I do not give a flying frisbee if the Chinese government "is furious"; is this true, or not?!?

May 24 04:42

Video: Lawyers File Temporary Restraining Order Against FDA Emergency Use Authorization of Vax for Children

Lawyer Thomas Renz discusses why he and a group of lawyers have filed a temporary restraining order against various government agencies in an Alabama court to halt vaccinations of children.

Among their reasons for filing the order: FDA Emergency Use Authorization in this case is illegal; children have virtually zero chance of getting or transmitting covid; the vaccines are experimental and children should not be experimented upon, the vaccines already have an inordinately high rate of serious adverse reactions and deaths.

II. Plaintiffs

1. America’s Frontline Doctors (“AFLDS”) is a non-partisan, not-forprofit organization of hundreds of member physicians that come from across the country, representing a range of medical disciplines and practical experience on the front lines of medicine. AFLDS’ programs focus on a number of critical issues, including:

Providing Americans with science-based facts about COVID-19;
Protecting physician independence from government overreach;

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wish these folks well; I don't know if the outcome of this case... will be to their liking however.

May 24 04:39

COVID Vaccines May Bring Avalanche of Neurological Disease

In this interview, return guest Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., a senior research scientist at MIT for over five decades, discusses the COVID-19 vaccines. Since 2008, her primary focus has been glyphosate and sulfur, but in the last year, she took a deep-dive into the science of these novel injections and recently published an excellent paper1 on this topic.

“To have developed this incredibly new technology so quickly, and to skip so many steps in the process of evaluating [its safety], it’s an insanely reckless thing that they’ve done,” she says. “My instinct was that this is bad, and I needed to know [the truth].

So, I really dug into the research literature by the people who’ve developed these vaccines, and then more extensive research literature around those topics. And I don’t see how these vaccines can possibly be doing anything good. When you weigh the good against the bad, I can’t see how they could possibly be winning, from what I’ve seen.”

May 24 02:29

How Hard Will Biden Press For A Probe Of Wuhan Knowing That A Lab Leak Will Require Political Response

By Eric Peters, CIO of One River Asset Management

The world’s worst disaster in a century killed 7.1mm-12.7mm across the planet. The total continued rising. No one knew exactly when it would end, only that the poorest nations would bear the brunt. They always do. European and Asian countries lost more citizens than they had since WWII. The US lost more than in any war. Children fell behind. Economic costs spiraled, leaving each nation’s finances forever changed. Monetary and fiscal policy merged in the West. Inflation reappeared. Despots tightened their grip. America’s president was voted out.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There will be no "J'accuse" against China; the geopolitical implications are far too grave, even though most Western military are, as quickly as possible, adding biological weaponry to their martial "bag of tricks".

I have to wonder, if the paniced push for forcing these "alleged vaccines" (which were approved under emergency order, NOT as "vaccines", but experimental M-RNA therapies)on citizens, was because of what Covid-19 could mutate into, as Indian Covid-19 sufferers are experienced. This mutation is known as mucormycosis, which is horrific.

And, of course, we have the following bit, also courtesy of, appearing amongst its articles yesterday, carrying the headline:

Wuhan Lab Workers Were 'So Sick They Sought Hospitalization' According To US Intelligence
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SUNDAY, MAY 23, 2021 - 05:00 PM
Three researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology were so sick in November of 2019 that they sought hospitalization, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing a previously undisclosed US intelligence report "that could add weight to growing calls for a fuller probe of whether the COVID-19 virus may have escaped from the laboratory."

Were I a betting woman, I would not bet on any further investigation which might posit this as a reality here.

May 23 23:37

The Jersey Shore is at a slightly higher risk for hurricanes this summer, forecasters say

Forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration say to prepare for an above average hurricane season in the Atlantic this year.

Hurricane season officially kicks off June 1 and runs through November. The NOAA says there is a 60% chance of an above-average hurricane season.

The NOAA predicts 13 to 20 named storms during the 2021 season, including 6 to 10 that will become hurricanes — storms with forces that hit at least 74 mph. And 3 to 5 of those hurricanes could reach Category 3 — storms with winds exceeding 110 mph — or higher.

"Now is the time for communities along the coastline as well as inland to get prepared for the dangers that hurricanes can bring," Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo said. "The experts at NOAA are poised to deliver life-saving early warnings and forecasts to communities, which will also help minimize the economic impacts of storms."

May 23 23:32

This Is The Worst Hurricane In History

Hurricane season, which runs from June to October, has started early this year. Ana, still a subtropical storm, sits hundreds of miles off the U.S. east coast. The NOAA predicts this will be the start of a busy season, which it has given a 60% chance of being “above normal” in terms of the number of storms. The agency forecasts, however, that it will not match last year’s record count.

The size of hurricanes can be measured in several ways. The first is wind speed. Category 5 storms, at the top of the list, have wind speeds of over 158 MPH. Camille holds that record for storms that have hit the U.S. It came ashore with wind speeds over 190 MPH in 1969.

Another definition is the dollar sum of damage. Adjusted for inflation, Katrina, which crushed much of New Orleans, caused $160 billion of damage in 2005.

May 23 23:16

What happens when the vaccine factory of the world can’t deliver? Read more at:

By mid-April, India had manufactured nearly 17% of all Covid-19 vaccine doses globally

Given the scale of the crisis, it’s imperative that the Indian government vaccinate its people and stave off future waves of infection. But this unequivocal need also spells dire consequences for other countries that rely on vaccines produced in India.

These spillover effects highlight a systemic problem in global vaccine production that extends far beyond this pandemic: The world has become too dependent on India for vaccines, and not just vaccines against this coronavirus.

May 23 13:54

World's smallest single-chip system can be injected into the body

The continuing miniaturization of electronics is opening up some exciting possibilities when it comes to what we might place in our bodies to monitor and improve our health. Engineers at Columbia University have demonstrated an extreme version of this technology, developing the smallest single-chip system ever created, which could be implanted with a hypodermic needle to measure temperature inside the body, and possibly much more.

From ladybug-sized implants that track oxygen levels in deep body tissues to tiny "neural dust" sensors that monitor nerve signals in real time, scientists are making big steps when it comes to the functionality of tiny electronic devices. The implant developed by the Columbia Engineers breaks new ground as the world's smallest single-chip system, which is a completely functional electronic circuit with a total volume of less than 0.1 mm3.

That makes it as small as a dust mite, and only visible under a microscope.

May 23 13:49

Dr Fauci Finally Admits That COVID-19 May Have Been Created In Chinese Lab — Calls For Investigation

Hell may have frozen over.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser, has stated that he is “not convinced” that Covid-19 emerged spontaneously and has called for an open investigation into the virus’s origins.

PolitiFact’s Katie Sanders asked Fauci during the United Facts of America: A Festival of Fact-Checking event, “There’s a lot of cloudiness around the origins of covid-19 still, so I wanted to ask, are you still confident that it developed naturally?

”According to Fox News, “No, actually,” said Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), about 12 minutes into video of the event, which took place earlier this month but was largely ignored by the media. “I’m not convinced; I believe we should keep looking into what happened in China until we have a better understanding of what happened.”

May 23 11:33

OSHA Pulls Guidance Stating Employers May Be Held Liable For 'Adverse Reactions' If They Mandate Vaxx

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration threw workers under the bus over the weekend by pulling their new guidance which stated that employers they may be held liable for "any adverse reactions" if they mandate employees take COVID-19 vaccines "as a condition of their employment."

May 23 07:27

Ana forms in Atlantic, becomes first named system of 2021

Subtropical storm Ana formed in the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday morning, becoming the season's first named storm.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Hurricane Center (NHC) said the system was located around 200 miles northeast of Bermuda with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph.

May 23 07:02

'Delighted' Richard Branson hails Virgin Galactic's first spaceflight in two years as rocket ship VSS Unity becomes first to reach orbit from New Mexico base

Richard Branson shared his delight after his space tourism firm Virgin Galactic made reached orbit for the first time since moving to its New Mexico Spaceport.

Virgin Galactic's VSS Unity SpaceShipTwo spacecraft successfully made its first rocket-powered spaceflight in two years after lifting off from New Mexico's Spaceport America.

In a video posted to Twitter, Branson could be seen celebrating the successful space flight from the New Mexico launch site, which replaced Virgin Galactic's previous HQ in the Mohave Desert.

'Delighted to be on the flightline to watch @VirginGalactic's first human spaceflight from the majestic Spaceport America @Spaceport_NM #UNITY21,' he tweeted.

The spaceflight brings Virgin Galactic closer to offering tourist flights to the edge of the Earth's atmosphere.

Virgin Galactic announced the firing of VSS Unity's rocket motor to hurtle the ship and two pilots toward space.

May 23 06:50

America’s Frontline Doctors Files Motion for Temporary Restraining Order Against Use of COVID Vaccine in Children

America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) today filed a motion in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama requesting a temporary restraining order against the emergency use authorization (EUA) permitting using the COVID-19 vaccines in children under the age of 16, and that no further expansion of the EUAs to children under the age of 16 be granted prior to the resolution of these issues at trial.

The case will challenge the EUAs for the injections on several counts, based on the law and scientific evidence that the EUAs should never have been granted, the EUAs should be revoked immediately, the injections are dangerous biological agents that have the potential to cause substantially greater harm than the COVID-19 disease itself, and that numerous laws have been broken in the process of granting these EUAs and foisting these injections on the American people.

AFLDS Founder Dr. Simone Gold spoke about the reasons for filing the motion:

May 23 06:50

CDC investigates dozens of reports of heart inflammation in teenagers and young adults that occur four days after their second dose of Moderna or Pfizer vaccines

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's vaccine safety group is investigating reports that a 'small number' of teens and young adults who have been vaccinated against coronavirus have experienced heart problems days after receiving their second jab.

The condition, known as myocarditis, results in an inflammation of the heart muscle which can occur following certain infections.

Very little detail was provided by the safety group which stated there were 'relatively few' cases which may even be completely unrelated to vaccination.

May 23 06:49

This Comment About Dr. Fauci Is The Understatement Of The Year

Nearly three-quarters of former President Donald Trump voters say President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci "hurt America" more than he helped during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new poll showed.

Yahoo! News/YouGov survey posted by Mediaite Thursday, Respondents were asked “Which comes closest to your view of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s impact during the pandemic?”, and given the choice of answering that “Fauci helped America more than he hurt America,” that “Fauci hurt America more than helped America,” or “not sure.”

The poll found that among all respondents, 46% said Fauci — the lead infectious disease expert on coronavirus task forces under both the Trump and Biden administrations — "helped America more than he hurt America," 30% said the opposite and 24% were undecided.

May 23 06:47

5 Mistakes to Avoid if You Want to Age Well

As hot as the anti-aging market is right now, we all know that aging is inevitable. And yet, it's entirely possible to do it well.

When it comes to aging, the goal isn't necessarily just to live longer, but to extend your years of ?healthy? life.

"The scientific term is 'healthspan,' which represents the time period of life in which a person is free of debilitating disease," Stephen Anton, PhD, of the Institute on Aging in the Department of Aging & Geriatric Research at University of Florida Health, tells This is a mix of health, happiness and good quality of life.

While there is a genetic component to aging, how you live matters, too.

"It's pretty clear that there are certain habits that can shorten our lifespan," Dr. Anton says. We can then presume that avoiding these habits may help you may live longer — and better.

Here are six things that age you:

May 23 06:30

Multiple Earth Facing Solar Explosions/INCOMING CME

May 23 06:29

Researchers Find 1,000 Different Proteins in AstraZeneca’s COVID Vaccine Linked to Deadly Blood Clots

A German scientist has discovered why the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” made by AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson (J&J) are causing some recipients to develop deadly blood clots.

According to Prof. Andreas Greinacher, a blood expert from the University of Greifswald, the two viral vector vaccines contain genetically modified (GMO) cold viruses that, upon injection, trigger an autoimmune response.

Stray proteins, Greinacher says, along with a preservative used specifically in the AstraZeneca jab known as ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA), are directly responsible for causing the blood clots, he says.

Greinacher and his team identified more than 1,000 human-derived cell proteins in the injections that they believe are getting into people’s bloodstreams and clamping onto a blood component known as platelet factor 4, or PF4, where they form complexes that activate the production of antibodies.

May 23 06:29

Video: Nyiragongo Volcano Erupts in Democratic Republic of Congo

The Nyiragongo volcano in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo, on the border with Rwanda, has begun to erupt, Rwandan broadcaster RBA reported on Saturday, citing eyewitnesses.

The eruption is visible from the Rwandan city of Rubavu, located near the border with the DRC. According to AFP, flashes of light coming from the crater of the volcano are noticeable from the Congolese city of Goma.

Eyewitnesses report that they can smell sulfur in the air. Lava flows have not yet been seen. The power supply in the city was cut off, and some residents have begun to leave their homes and head towards the border with Rwanda, the AFP said.

Video and photos shared on social media show moments of the eruption, with fire breaking out of the volcano and the sky illuminated with orange flames.

May 23 06:26

Supernova Found by Japanese Amateur Got 50 Times Brighter Over Past 2 Months, Reports Say

A supernova discovered near the constellation of Cassiopeia by a Japanese amateur astronomer two months ago has since become 50 times brighter, which is considered a rare phenomenon, media reported on Sunday.

The supernova was first detected on 18 March by Yuji Nakamura, who witnessed it after observing a star exploding. The amateur astronomer made his discovery from the Mie Prefecture in Japan and reported it to the National Astronomical Observatory, which confirmed it to be a nova.

As reported by Japanese broadcaster NHK, the star's brightness has increased 50 times by My 9, making it possible to observe the cosmic phenomenon with naked eye.

The broadcaster noted that astronomers find an average of about 20 new stars a year, but most of them become brighter only for a few days, and then gradually fade.

May 22 18:44

AT&T Creates Private 5G/Internet of Things (IoT) Network for Cancer Patients Despite 5G/IoT Health and Security Risks

By B.N. Frank

5G opposition is worldwide due to economic, environmental, health, and safety risks. The majority of scientists worldwide oppose deployment. Cities AND entire countries have taken action to ban, delay, halt, and limit installation AS WELL AS issue moratoriums.

Since 2018 there have been reports of people and animals experiencing symptoms and illnesses after it was installed. Consumer reports have also indicated that 5G has significant service problems.

In regard to Internet of Things (IoT) applications, privacy and security experts have been warning about its risks for many years as well –recently in healthcare settings. Nevertheless, AT&T wouldn’t have created a private 5G/IoT network for cancer patients if medical facilities weren’t interested in using them...

May 22 18:36

Growing Questions About Anthony Fauci’s Role

By Neenah Payne

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), published an article on March 26, 2020 in the New England Journal of Medicine called Covid-19 – Navigating the Uncharted. It was co-authored by Dr. H. Clifford Lane, M.D., NIAID Deputy Director for Clinical Research and Special Projects and by Dr. Robert Redfield of the CDC.

The article said:

“the overall clinical consequences of Covid-19 may ultimately be more akin to those of a severe seasonal influenza (which has a fatality rate of approximately 0.1)…rather than a disease similar to SARS or MERS, which have had case fatality rates of 9 to 10% and 36%, respectively”.

Dr. Fauci was a very prominent member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force throughout 2020. A growing number of people are now raising key questions about Fauci’s role in the COVID-19 saga..

May 22 17:48

Handful Of Black COVID Survivors Experience Massively Enlarged Tongues

Doctors in Houston, Texas are scratching their heads after a handful of COVID-19 survivors developed massively enlarged tongues.

The condition, called macroglossia, makes it impossible for patients to eat, drink or talk. Last fall, KHOU reported that there were two documented cases in the United States, which has swelled to nine patients - eight of whom are black, according to Dr. James Melville of the UTHealth School of Dentistry, who has become an expert in the condition.

Two of the patients had suffered strokes, while the other seven were hospitalized with COVID-19 before developing the rare condition.

May 22 17:43

Caught Red-Handed: CDC Changes Test Thresholds To Virtually Eliminate New COVID Cases Among Vaxx'd

New policies will artificially deflate “breakthrough infections” in the vaccinated, while the old rules continue to inflate case numbers in the unvaccinated.

The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) is altering its practices of data logging and testing for “Covid19” in order to make it seem the experimental gene-therapy “vaccines” are effective at preventing the alleged disease.

They made no secret of this, announcing the policy changes on their website in late April/early May, (though naturally without admitting the fairly obvious motivation behind the change).

The trick is in their reporting of what they call “breakthrough infections” – that is people who are fully “vaccinated” against Sars-Cov-2 infection, but get infected anyway.

May 22 17:41

This Mobile App Replaces Pulse Oximeter; Monitors Blood Oximeter And Pulse Rate

Kolkata based health startup has developed a mobile app to replace oximeter in our homes. Pulse oximeter is playing a vital role in all our lives these days.

Pulse oximeters are playing a vital role in all our lives these days. In fact, it will not be wrong to say that oximeters have become even more important than smartphones these days. Unfortunately, due to surge in demand, manufacturers have hiked prices of this vital health device. Hence, if you want to purchase a good oximeter these days, be assured to spend at least Rs 2,000 and more on it. If you can’t do that, a Kolkata based health startup has developed a mobile app to replace oximeter.

May 22 14:29

American Vaccine Lotteries Now in 4 States

By B.N. Frank

“Vaccine Hesitancy” pre-dates COVID 19. Vaccine side effects, injuries, deaths have been ongoing for decades. They have also been occurring with COVID shots. Some celebrities have even shared their horror stories.

This is why some Americans will never roll up their sleeves – not even for a million bucks. Coincidentally, that and more is now the incentive being offered to Ohio residents and residents in 3 other states...

May 22 10:57

Mexico Wants to Import Non-GMO Corn and US Farmers Say They Can Deliver It

By Ken Roseboro

While U.S. agribusiness groups are trying to pressure Mexico into abandoning their announced bans on glyphosate herbicide and imports of genetically modified corn by 2024, U.S. suppliers of non-GMO seed and grain see an opportunity to supply Mexico with non-GMO corn...

May 22 10:46

COVID PCR Test Swabs are as dangerous as inhaling Asbestos

An experimental physicist and bio-materials researcher examined various PCR test swabs under a microscope and found that the fibres they contain are as dangerous for human beings as inhaling asbestos.

Professor Antonietta Gatti examined various PCR test swabs and analysed their ingredients. The results showed that they are made of tough materials and contain a large number of nano-particles including silver, aluminum, titanium, and glass fibres. All of which are not declared on the PCR test package insert.

According to the Professor if these fibres get stuck in the mucous membranes they can cause severe wounds and inflammation. Mucous membranes that are no longer intact can no longer fulfill their role of fending off viruses, bacteria and fungi before they reach the airways. The germs penetrate the respiratory tract without any immune filter.

May 22 09:23

Nobel Prize winner says covid vaccination is an “unacceptable mistake” that’s spreading “variants”

here is no legitimate excuse for the medical police state to have unleashed “vaccines” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) when the jabs are known to create and spread “variants” of the disease, warns French virologist and Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier.

Calling the injections an “enormous” and “unacceptable mistake,” Montagnier is sounding the alarm about how the jabs are causing and spreading the Chinese Virus among both the vaccinated and the unvaccinated, which is going to lead to disaster.

“It’s an enormous mistake, isn’t it? A scientific error as well as a medical error. It is an unacceptable mistake,” he stated during a recent interview. “The history books will show that because it is the vaccination that is creating the variants.”

May 22 06:19

Caught Red-Handed: CDC Changes Test Thresholds To Virtually Eliminate New COVID Cases Among Vaxx'd

The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) is altering its practices of data logging and testing for “Covid19” in order to make it seem the experimental gene-therapy “vaccines” are effective at preventing the alleged disease.

They made no secret of this, announcing the policy changes on their website in late April/early May, (though naturally without admitting the fairly obvious motivation behind the change).

The trick is in their reporting of what they call “breakthrough infections” – that is people who are fully “vaccinated” against Sars-Cov-2 infection, but get infected anyway.

Essentially, Covid19 has long been shown – to those willing to pay attention – to be an entirely created pandemic narrative built on two key factors:

False-positive tests. The unreliable PCR test can be manipulated into reporting a high number of false-positives by altering the cycle threshold (CT value)

May 22 06:04

‘Clyde’s Spot’ on Jupiter Is Starting to Look Pretty Weird

Last May, a spot suddenly appeared in Jupiter’s southern hemisphere. But as new images from the Juno spacecraft show, the once circular feature has morphed into an enigmatic splotch.

The feature was first detected by Clyde Foster, director of the Shallow Sky section of the Astronomical Society of Southern Africa, on May 31, 2020. Foster spotted the spot using his own 14-inch telescope, and, quite fortuitously, NASA’s Juno probe made a close approach two days later, allowing for a close-up view of the new feature.

Clyde’s Spot, as it’s informally known, is a convective outbreak—a plume of cloud that’s reaching out beyond the regular cloud tops—and is located to the southeast of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. Such outbreaks are not uncommon within the gas giant’s South Temperate Belt.

May 22 06:02

NASA's Curiosity rover is on the cusp of discovering salts on Mars which could be a sign that LIFE once existed on the Red Planet

NASA's Curiosity rover may be close to finding evidence of salt in the Martian soil, which the space agency says could be a sign life once existed on the Red Planet.

Planetary scientists from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland have been scouring through images and data from the rover.

They found that organic, or carbon-containing, salts are likely present on Mars, which the agency says are chemical remnants of organic compounds.

May 22 06:02

NASA Mars spacecraft snaps amazing image of rover far below

Like its sibling Perseverance rover, the Curiosity rover is roughly the size of a car. That's small compared with the wide expanse of the Martian landscape, but NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter still managed to capture an impressive shot of Curiosity as it played King of the Hill atop a Mars outcrop.

The spacecraft view -- released Friday as an image of the day from the HiRise camera team -- comes from April 18 when Curiosity was hanging out on a formation named Mont Mercou. Curiosity had already delivered a gorgeous selfie taken near the outcrop in March.

May 22 06:00

PolitiFact Quietly Retracts Fact Check Labeling COVID-19 Lab Origin Theory as ‘Debunked Conspiracy’

PolitiFact has quietly retracted a Sept. 2020 fact check that labeled a Hong Kong virologist’s claim that COVID-19 originated in a lab as inaccurate and a “debunked conspiracy theory.”

“The claim is inaccurate and ridiculous,” now-archived fact check previously said. “We rate it Pants on Fire!”

May 21 12:37

M 7.4 - Southern Qinghai, China

May 21 11:31

Micro-engineered system can harvest drinkable water day and night

Engineers at Caltech have created tiny structures inspired by the shape of cactus spines to create a material able to harvest drinkable water from the air during the day and night. The new system combines two water-harvesting technologies into one device. The material is a micro-architected hydrogel membrane able to produce water through solar steam-water generation and fog collection.

The fog collection system works at night, gathering water from low-lying clouds along seacoast that is heavy with water droplets. The technology can coalesce and collect the droplets from the clouds turning the fog into drinkable water. Solar steam collection is a water-collection technique that works well in coastal areas because it can also purify the water.

May 21 09:59

Pennsylvania Voters Strip Dem Governor Tom Wolf Of Dictatorial Powers

Pennsylvania citizens moved decisively to regain their freedoms from the tyranny of Governor Tom Wolf when they voted to limit the dictatorial powers that he has wielded for the last 13 months.

The Democrat has imposed some of the most punishing restrictions in the nation during the COVID crisis; they have wrecked lives and are killing jobs. However, on Tuesday his victims struck back using the ballot box.

May 21 09:53

NASA eyes moon's dark side for astronomy, new telescopes

NASA scientists, as well as astronomers around the world, plan to install lunar observatories in the next few years to peer into the universe's ancient past -- just after the Big Bang.

Science equipment headed to the moon already includes a spectrometer built for launch in early 2022, known as ROLSES, which will study how sunlight charges the slight lunar atmosphere.

The acronym includes the word "sheath," which refers to a field of energy created by sunlight reflecting from the bright lunar surface.

And NASA scientists are formulating plans for observatories on the far side of the moon, where darkness and clear sightlines could yield new discoveries about the universe before stars existed.

One bold plan to build a telescope in a lunar crater, the Lunar Crater Radio Telescope, has received $500,000 for further study.

May 21 09:52

NASA says there are probably organic salts on Mars

NASA has been studying Mars for a long time now. Scientists working with the various rovers that have been sent to the Martian surface have uncovered plenty of interesting things, but evidence supporting the theory that there was once life on the Red Planet is still elusive. Finding organic molecules could go a long way toward changing that, so news that a team of NASA researchers now believes that organic salts are almost certainly present on Mars is pretty exciting… but there’s a catch.

In a new blog post, NASA explains that a group of scientists publishing their work in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets believe they’ve discovered indirect evidence of organic salts on Mars in samples collected by NASA’s own Curiosity rover. The rover’s Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) automated chemistry lab returned data that hints at Martian salts, but known where those salts came from is another matter entirely.

May 21 09:51

NASA reveals launch plan for VIPER, its first mobile lunar robot

NASA plans to send its Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER) to the Moon in 2023, the space agency has announced. This will be its first mobile robot, NASA said, and it’ll be tasked with exploring the lunar surface’s most extreme areas. The goal is to map resources found around the Moon’s South Pole, ones that astronauts may be able to harvest one day.

VIPER will be the first rover to feature headlights, according to NASA; they’ll be a key tool for exploring the dark regions of the Moon. The space agency notes that the lunar surface’s permanently shadowed regions have been hidden from sunlight for billions of years, shielding mysteries and resources that humanity is only beginning to explore.

May 21 09:50

Ancient spiral galaxy may have formed not long after the Big Bang

A spiral galaxy similar in shape to our Milky Way may have formed just 1.4 billion years after the Big Bang, far earlier than these types of galaxies were expected to emerge, according to a new study.

Why it matters: Understanding how galaxies formed and evolved into what we see now is one of the enduring mysteries in astronomy, and this study takes astronomers one step closer toward solving it.

What they found: The new study, published in the journal Science this week, reports a spiral galaxy named BRI 1335-0417 formed less than 1.5 billion years after the Big Bang.

May 21 09:50

We Hiked Along With Cicada Biologists So You Don’t Have To

FROM A DISTANCE, the trunk of the big maple appears to be plastered with brown leaves, or perhaps a bad case of acne. But get closer and the bumps form a caravan of living creatures, all doing their best to climb to safety in the branches above.

May 21 09:49

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s hat is safe after ULA Vulcan rocket launch slips to 2023

In the latest unfortunate development for SpaceX competitor United Launch Alliance’s next-generation Vulcan Centaur rocket, it looks like CEO Elon Musk may have been right all along when he forecast major delays more than three years ago.

In February 2018, even before SpaceX had flown Falcon Heavy for the first time, detractors with axes to grind were already busy attempting to downplay the rocket’s capabilities. On February 6th, Falcon Heavy lifted off for the first time, launching a several-ton Tesla Roadster car into interplanetary space and marking the first debut of a super heavy-lift rocket since the 1980s. That successful launch also meant that ULA’s last bastion of competitive advantage – the Delta IV Heavy rocket, fittingly by way of monopoly – was no longer alone.

May 21 09:47

CBS News space analyst discusses NASA's goals for a moon landing - "The Takeout"

Nearly 50 years after the last Apollo astronaut set foot on the moon in 1972, NASA is planning to send American astronauts back to the moon. Bill Harwood, CBS News space analyst, spoke about the Artemis program with CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.

The Trump administration called on NASA to put astronauts back on the moon by 2024. But given the significant funding needed for such a project, Harwood characterized the 2024 goal as a "really big if." It's more likely that we'll see a first landing closer to 2025 or 2026.

May 21 09:46

ET, is that you? NASA's James Webb Space Telescope might be able to detect any artificial lights on the exoplanet Proxima b when it launches this October, scientists claim

NASA's new James Webb Space Telescope may be able to detect evidence of artificial light on the nearby exoplanet Proxima b, astronomers predict.

The study, by a team including controversial Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb, suggests that the optical telescope can be configured to spot evidence of LED light on the planet Proxima b, orbiting Proxima Centauri 4.2 light years from the Earth.

Proxima b was discovered in 2016 and is thought to be a rocky terrestrial planet slightly larger than the Earth, that some scientists predict could contain liquid water.

May 21 09:22

Martian Life May Be Hiding in Islands of Habitability

The Atacama Desert is one of the driest places on Earth, and is often used as an analog for Mars due to climatic and geochemical similarities between the two. In a new publication, an international group of researchers, led by me, report on our analysis of “islands of habitability” within the Atacama. We focused on rock types thought to host microorganisms best adapted to withstand a Mars-like environment—that is, characterized by extreme dryness, high ultraviolet irradiation, and scarcity of potential nutrients. That led us to zero in on three types: quartz rocks, gypsum crusts, and salt nodules surrounded by loose desert sediments.

Our approach employed a state-of-the-art methodology, including metagenomics and molecular separation techniques that are able to distinguish between DNA and ATP inside cells from those that exist outside. If we find them inside, it’s interpreted as coming from active, living cells.

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May 21 09:20

An inconstant Hubble constant? Research suggests fix to cosmological cornerstone

More than 90 years ago, astronomer Edwin Hubble observed the first hint of the rate at which the universe expands, called the Hubble constant.

Almost immediately, astronomers began arguing about the actual value of this constant, and over time, realized that there was a discrepancy in this number between early universe observations and late universe observations.

Early in the universe's existence, light moved through plasma—there were no stars yet—and from oscillations similar to sound waves created by this, scientists deduced that the Hubble constant was about 67. This means the universe expands about 67 kilometers per second faster every 3.26 million light-years.

May 21 09:18

NASA Mars helicopter preps for sixth flight, a serious scouting mission

NASA's revolutionary Mars helicopter Ingenuity is about to take a new leap in its personal growth. The experimental rotorcraft has successfully completed five flights under the watchful eye of the Perseverance rover. The sixth flight will let it loose without its wheeled friend playing paparazzi.

NASA announced the plans for the next flight, which is targeted for within the next week. "The flight is the first to be executed during the helicopter's operations demonstration phase and includes scouting multiple surface features from the air and landing at a different airfield," the space agency said in a statement on Wednesday.

May 21 09:16

COVID-19 Cases Plummet in India as They Distribute Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine

India has received the baton for title of COVID Capitol of the World after China, Italy and the United States held it for much of last year.

The world second-most populace country after China had fewer than 138,000 total active COVID cases in early February 2021. That’s the lowest figure since January 2020. India active COVID cases sit around 3.6 million today, according to the India Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Mainstream media are blaming the massive spike on a “scary, mutant variant” called B.1.617.

May 21 08:43

India and Pfizer hit impasse over vaccine indemnity demand -sources

"Pfizer (PFE.N) and the Indian government are at loggerheads over a demand by the U.S. drugmaker for legal protection from any claims linked to the use of its COVID-19 vaccine in one of the world's biggest markets, two sources told Reuters.

India has not given any manufacturer of a COVID-19 vaccine indemnity against the costs of compensation for any severe side effects, which is a condition Pfizer has obtained in many countries where its shots have already been widely rolled out, including Britain and the United States."

May 21 07:47

Time for a speed boost! NASA's Ingenuity helicopter will attempt its SIXTH flight on Mars next week, reaching speeds of 9mph for over two minutes

This will be the first flight as part of the 'operations demonstration phase' that includes helping the Perseverance rover in its mission to find ancient signs of life.

Ingenuity will scout multiple surface features from the air during its short flight, before landing in a different airfield to the one it takes off from for the first time.

It will head up 33 feet into the Martian sky and then fly 492ft southwest at about nine miles per hour, taking photographs of rocks and dunes on the ground.

In this new phase, data and images from the flight will be returned to Earth in the days following the flight, rather than in the following hours as with earlier trips.

May 21 06:37

This feature on your iPhone is silently hurting you (and you’re not aware)

We need blue light in our lives. It is part of the light spectrum, and is natural; it comes from sunlight. But, too much of it can cause serious health issues.

During the day, blue light helps your attention span, reaction times and may even put you in a better mood. It’s the reason you wake up feeling refreshed and (potentially) in a good mood.

It’s the nighttime blue light exposure that could put you at risk of serious health issues.

As we use TV, phones, and tablets to keep our minds occupied, work well into the night, or even read a book, we could be doing more damage than good to our bodies as blue light affects our body’s circadian rhythm and melatonin production.

May 21 06:28

Jim Jordan Slams Democrats And Unloads Questions At Dr. Fauci Over COVID-19 Origins

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is demanding answers to origins of COVID-19 as the theory of the Wuhan lab leak gains more attention.

“Where did this thing start? Did it jump from animal to humans or was it a leak from a lab, a lab in Wuhan china? American people probably like to know, after all, they’ve had their liberties assaulted for the past year” Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, questioned during a House hearing Wednesday.

Congressman Jordan cited Nicholas Wafe who is a former New York Times science writer who looked at how the pandemic could break out.

May 21 04:34


Via: WFAA:

The age factor is pretty well known, especially among women who seem to be reminded of their “ticking clock” from relatives, friends, or strangers at some point in their lives.

However, new research shows infertility rates could be rising because sperm counts are dropping.

“All we can say is it has significantly declined with no indication that the rate is slowing down,” said Swan, a reproductive epidemiologist who spent years studying male sperm counts.

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What demographers expected as we move into the 21st century, and what is actually happening, if this lady is, in fact, correct, are polar opposites.

The questions which must be asked are: why? Why now?!? And is there anythihng which can be done to counter this, if humankind is to survive?

May 20 19:36

UPDATED 8:21 AM WEDNESDAY -- Connecticut Publishes Moderna COVID Vax Ingredients: DEADLY POISON "SM-102 - Not for Human or Veterinary Use"

The Connecticut Department of Public Health has published the Ingredients list for the Moderna COVID "Vaccine" and that data sheet confirms it contains a chemical "SM-102."

The SM-102 Material Safety Data Sheet describes this chemical as "NOT FOR HUMAN OR VETERINARY USE"


According to the manufacturer, Cayman Chemical Company in their filing with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), this chemical causes "Acute Toxicity "Fatal in contact with skin."

In that same OSHA filing, the manufacturer declares SM-102 "Causes damage to the central nervous system, the kidneys, the liver and the respiratory system through prolonged or repeated exposure."

May 20 16:15

Children’s Health Defense Files Petition With FDA Over Covid Vaccine Concerns

By Janet Phelan

Children’s Health Defense has filed a Citizen Petition with the Food and Drug Administration, asking them to remove Emergency Use Authorizations from all COVID vaccines.

The petition, which is signed by Meryl Nass, MD and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr, asks for the following:

“We request the Acting Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to issue, amend, revoke, or refrain from taking the administrative actions listed below regarding emergency use authorizations (EUAs), current and future new drug applications (NDAs), and biologics license applications (BLAs) for all COVID vaccines.”

The petition, which is lodged on the FDA website and currently open for comments, addresses a number of issues that have arisen as to the safety of the COVID vaccines...

May 20 15:18

Dr Fauci, The 30 Families, Covid And The Great Reset

David Schwartzkopf who used to be the CEO of Kissinger Associates wrote Superclass in 2006. In the book he revealed that our world is ruled by 30 Families and their 6,000 Minions. Dr Anthony Fauci is probably the best example of a Minion we could have.

It was Dr Fauci who used NIH funds to take a coronavirus bioweapon made in a lab at the University of North Carolina and sent it to a level 4 Chinese military facility in Wuhan in 2014 with $3.7 million in grant money where it could be enhanced to be what it is today. Fauci sent this money via Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance which has $40 million in Pentagon funding plus another $20 million from other US government agencies. Dr Daszak is another likely Minion as he was the only US citizen allowed by WHO to be on their Wuhan committee that exonerated the Chinese military. President Trump cut off EcoHealth Alliance from NIH funding as soon as he discovered they were working with the Chinese military to create bat coronaviruses.

May 20 13:44

The US Is Not Ready For An All-Electric Future

Authored by Tsvetana Paraskova via,

The setting of a net-zero target by the Biden Administration was the first step toward decarbonization of the energy system and industry. But having a target is the easiest part of America’s energy transition. Now comes the much more difficult part of making all those proposals and ideas for a greener future work.

The U.S. is woefully unprepared to handle “the electrification of everything,” as Amy Myers Jaffe, a research professor at Tufts University’s Fletcher School, describes the drive to electrify transportation and buildings and parts of industry in The Wall Street Journal.

Increased electrification in all sectors will need huge investments in the electric grid, in battery storage to back up renewable power generation, in charging points for EVs, and in technologies such as green hydrogen to help those technologies to reach maturity and cost efficiency enough to start replacing fossil fuels.

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And with so much American governmental money invested in wars and WMDS, where the hell is this transformational "green money" going to come from?!?

May 20 13:36

How shape-shifting magnets could help build a lower-emission computer

The device you’re using to read this article almost certainly operates by placing its zeroes and ones in bits of semiconductor, namely silicon—which constantly needs electricity to function.

In a world that’s pushing for net-zero carbon emissions, that sort of energy use won’t do. Luckily, researchers are working on fundamentally changing how computers work—which could lead to powerful, lower-energy devices. One way of doing that is to build a computer with magnets.

Researchers at the University of Michigan, collaborating with chip-maker Intel, have created a new iron alloy that could be a major feature of magnet-based computers of tomorrow. Their work was published recently in Nature Communications.

May 20 13:28

Las Vegas strip club becomes ‘pop-up’ spot for COVID-19 vaccine

A Las Vegas strip club is about to give new meaning to the term “pop-up” vaccination site, as the jiggle joint will be giving out shots of the COVID-19 vaccine this weekend, the Southern Nevada Health District announced this week.

Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club on Dean Martin Drive will be vaxxing residents for three hours on Friday as it becomes one of six official “pop-up” vaccine distribution locations, the district said in a Monday release.

The Hustler Club tweeted out in April that it was offering a membership card, free bottles, free dances and limo transportation with proof of vaccination.

A Hustler Club in New Orleans offered a deal last week where visitors could get a vaccination and a free shot of booze, Eater reported.

May 20 10:51

More Children Will Die of Vaccine Complications than of COVID-19, New England Journal of Medicine Reveals

Arguably, one of the most respected, peer-removed medical journals in the world – the New England Journal of Medicine – has published findings revealing that the COVID-19 vaccine is causing spontaneous abortions in pregnant women.

Buried under numerous mainstream media articles touting the vaccines as “safe” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the medical journal found the opposite. Why the CDC’s narrative on the safety (or lack thereof) of COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant women – in contradiction to the medical science – is unknown. But one thing is for certain; the CDC’s reports appear designed to shout-down the cautious results quietly reported by the New England Journal of Medicine.

May 20 10:29

WATCH: A 10-Year-Old Boy Humiliates School Board Over Unscientific Mask Mandates

A ten-year-old boy absolutely humiliated a school board in Florida as he spoke passionately in requesting the council to stop the unscientific and ridiculous mask mandate for the district at the school.

Teachers frequently defy the mask mandate, according to the fourth-grader in the Martin County School District in southeastern Florida. He recalls one teacher yelling at students if they take a sip of water outside while wearing their masks. The boy claims he saw his teacher off campus and recognized her because she takes “mask breaks” at her desk, but she did not recognize him because students do not have the same privilege.

The young boy pleaded with the school board to remove the district’s mask mandate immediately in his impassioned speech.

May 20 10:26

Ohio sees surge in vaccination shots after offering $5 million lottery

Health officials in Ohio have reported a surge in the amount of people getting their first COVID-19 vaccination shots, a week after Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced the $5 million "Vax-a-Million" lottery.

Just days after DeWine said the state would award five vaccinated residents $1 million each in order to raise vaccination percentages, the Ohio Department of Health reported more than 113,000 people received their first dose of the vaccine.

Based on preliminary data, the department said the recent period showed a 53% week-to-week increase (May 13 to 18) compared to the time period before the announcement, where 74,000 people received their first dose (May 6 to 11).

May 20 10:00

U.K. to deploy door-to-door covid vaccine “hit squads”

The government of Great Britain has announced that in order to get more people “vaccinated” with the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), jab-armed “hit squads” are now being deployed throughout the island to help boost compliance.

Plandemic goons have already been spotted roving neighborhoods in Bolton and Blackburn, two areas of England that have supposedly been hit hard by the new so-called Indian “variant” of the Chinese Virus.

Commenting on the fascist scheme, a government spokesperson blasphemously remarked: “In jabs we trust.”

View the MHRA Yellow Card Covid-19 Adverse Reactions Data
1,143 dead.

May 20 09:41

Fauci Admits Rand Paul Was Right: Mask-Wearing After Vax Was Theater

Dr. Anthony Fauci ought to be the punchline of many jokes by now, and if he had been a Trump loyalist, he would be.

Only because the corporate media refuse to mock him can he appear in public without catcalls and derision as his lot in life.

May 20 09:36

House GOP report: Likely U.S. engaged in ‘dangerous’ research in China, COVID escaped lab

House Intelligence Committee Republicans reported Wednesday evening they believe the U.S. government has engaged in "dangerous scientific research with China" that lends increasing credibility to the theory that COVID-19 may have accidentally leaked from a lab in Wuhan as early as October 2019.

Led by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), the committee's ranking member, Republicans on the panel issued a 21-page report laying out "overwhelming" open-source evidence supporting the theory that the coronavirus escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), including:

A U.S. State Department memo from January revealing that "several researchers at the Wuhan lab were sickened with COVID-19-like symptoms in fall 2019."

Media reports that there was no cell phone activity inside the WIV between Oct. 7, 2019 and Oct. 24, 2019, suggesting a possible shutdown or blackout at the facility.

May 20 08:56

China releases first photos from Mars rover Zhurong as it successfully lands on red planet (PHOTOS)

The China National Space Administration (CNSA) has published images taken by the Martian rover Zhurong during the landing process of the country’s first Mars exploration, the Tianwen-1 mission.

On Wednesday, the CNSA published two images taken by Zhurong, showing a successful landing on the red planet. The images show the deployment of the landing platform, the rover’s departure ramp, solar wing, antenna and other mechanisms. The rover is carrying out preparations before leaving the landing platform and beginning its mission.

May 20 08:35

WATCH: Brood X cicadas have arrived! Here's everything you need to know

May 20 07:47

European Database: 400k+ COVID Vaccine Injuries And 10k+ Deaths

The latest data from EudraVigilance, a European vaccine injury and death database, suggests that more people are now getting sick and dying from Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections than from the virus itself.

The side effects resource shows that as of May 8, 2021, 405,259 people have become injured from Chinese Virus jabs while another 10,570 have died.

May 20 07:46

Health departments caught lying, covering up covid vaccine vascular damage and “acute anaphylactic reactions”

According to the government, which apparently never lies, there is zero risk from Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” spike proteins causing any long-term problems inside the body. According to the Salk Institute, though, nothing could be further from the truth.

The Connecticut Department of Public Health (CDPH) recently put out a “fact” sheet about Chinese Virus injections that claims their spike proteins are “harmless.” Readers are left with the impression that there is no risk to getting jabbed because “science” says the injections are safe.

“Our immune systems recognize that this spike protein doesn’t belong in our bodies and makes antibodies to bind onto the protein, signaling our immune cells to attack,” it further claims.

“This is called an immune response. mRNA vaccines provide instructions for our immune system to make antibodies without ever having to risk the serious consequences of getting sick with COVID-19 and passing it on to others.”

May 20 07:15

Breaking the Silence on the Origins of Covid-19

Days after my original April 2020 article ran, our website was suddenly banned from Facebook and all our pages were “disappeared” by Google. Despite these severe handicaps, my pieces have still attracted hundreds of thousands of pageviews and nearly 900,000 words of comments. Over the last year, a number of reasonably notable journalists and public intellectuals have sent me supportive or congratulatory private notes on this series, sometimes even saying that my analysis seemed quite persuasive. But given the extremely “touchy” nature of the accusation that the worldwide deaths of millions including many hundreds of thousands of Americans was probably due to the reckless and criminal actions of elements of our own government, virtually no mention of my analysis had ever appeared anywhere in either the mainstream or even the alternative media. My articles have obviously been very widely read, but almost no one has been willing to acknowledge their existence.

May 20 06:52

How a McDonald's Sausage Burrito contains more than 100 ingredients - including one chemical used in FIREWORKS

A McDonald's Sausage Burrito certainly promises to fire you up for the day, with more than 100 ingredients including one chemical compound used in fireworks.

A new behind-the-scenes video reveals that although the liquid egg in the sandwich originates from a farm in Michigan, it is mixed with twenty other components before flash frozen and reheated at restaurants.

Among the scrambled egg mix is carboxymethyl cellulose - a binding compound found in denture adhesives - and sodium benzoate, which is also used in fireworks to produce a whistling sound.

May 20 06:47

Dr. Anthony Fauci: The Highest Paid Employee In The Entire U.S. Federal Government

Dr. Anthony Fauci made $417,608 in 2019, the latest year for which federal salaries are available. That made him not only the highest paid doctor in the federal government, but the highest paid out of all four million federal employees.

In fact, Dr. Fauci even made more than the $400,000 salary of the President of the United States. All salary data was collected by via Freedom of Information Act requests.

Only federal employees whose salaries were funded by taxpayers were included in the study. Therefore, Tennessee Valley Authority CEO Jeffrey Lyash— whose salary is paid by revenues of the corporation (owned by the federal government) — was not included.

May 20 06:45

Lawsuits Challenging Covid-19 False Claims

As Constitutional Lawyer Rocco Galati has observed, “The framers of the U.S. Constitution had it right when they talked about inalienable rights, meaning the rights that were given to you by your Creator, even if you believe your creator is just your mother.” Our inalienable rights are being threatened to the point of no return. The antidote to this are the lawsuits in process, challenging official claims Covid-19 justifies locking down global society. This compilation summarizes and references well-conceived legal cases being pursued through judicial proceedings to force government disclosure that answer fundamental, critical questions, a very few of which are:

May 20 06:11

EU agrees to open up to foreign tourists fully vaccinated against Covid-19, but NOT to those who've had Russia’s Sputnik V jab

The European Union’s agreed plan to re-open its borders to foreigners who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will exclude those inoculated with Sputnik V, with the bloc leaving the Russian jab off its approved list.

On Wednesday, ambassadors representing the EU’s 27 member states reached a consensus that people from outside the union may enter its territory if they have received a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or the World Health Organization (WHO). This means that the Western Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines, as well as the Chinese Sinopharm jab, will all be accepted.

Despite beginning a rolling review two months ago, the EMA is yet to register Sputnik V. The decision not to accept the jab could inconvenience Russians who were looking to travel abroad in the summer.

May 20 05:17

Politifact Pulls 'Fact-Check' 'Debunking' The 'Conspiracy Theory' That COVID-19 Was Made In A Lab

Partisan propaganda outlet Politifact on Monday pulled a "fact-check" purportedly "debunking" the "conspiracy theory" that COVID-19 was "created in a lab."

May 20 02:57


In 2010 a Gates-funded NGO breached multiple ethical & legal guidelines in trialing a new vaccine on children without parental consent, and the Western media never covered it.


We’ve seen a lot of India in the news recently. A lot more than we usually do. There’s an apocalypse of sorts going on there, if the popular media is to be believed. But as is often the case, these reports are devoid of any context or perspective.

While the world’s media can’t get enough of India today, in its rush to support a narrative of terror about Covid-19, twelve years ago when there was a real story going on there, the world’s media was nowhere to be seen.

May 20 02:52


This month, the president and owner of Oil Chem Inc. was sentenced to 12 months in prison for violating the Clean Water Act. Robert J. Massey, 70, of Brighton, Michigan, carried out illegal discharges of landfill leachate — totaling more than 47 million gallons — into the city of Flint sanitary sewer system over an eight and a half year period.

Massey pleaded guilty in January and received his sentence on Friday. According to the Department of Justice, the company held a Clean Water Act permit issued by the city of Flint, which allowed it to discharge certain industrial wastes within permit limitations. The city’s sanitary sewers flow to its municipal wastewater treatment plant, where treatment takes place before the wastewater is discharged to the Flint River. The treatment plant’s discharge point for the treated wastewater was downstream of the location where drinking water was taken from the Flint River in 2014 to 2015.

May 19 13:09

Pfizer’s covid injection linked to Alzheimer’s, neurodegenerative disease

The long-term effects of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccination remain mostly unknown, but what we do know is that Alzheimer’s and other neurological degenerative diseases are already being identified as among the health consequences.

A new study reports that it has been suspected for a while now, based on preliminary evidence, that Chinese Virus jabs could cause dementia. The public, however, is not being told about this risk when lining up for injection.

The risk of developing prion-based disease, the paper suggests, is potentially higher than many people realize. It could take a while for such disease to manifest, but the injections are getting the ball rolling by priming the brain for a degenerative unraveling.

May 19 07:59

China on Mars: Zhurong rover returns first pictures

China has released the first pictures taken by its Zhurong rover on Mars.

The forward view shows the landscape ahead of the robot as it sits on its landing platform; the rear-looking image reveals Zhurong's solar panels.

The rover touched down on the Red Planet early on Sunday, Beijing time.

In doing so, it made China only the second nation - after America - to successfully put a probe on the surface of Mars and operate it for a significant length of time.

Chinese scientists hope get at least 90 Martian days of service out of the six-wheeled robot at its location on Utopia Planitia, a vast terrain in the planet's northern hemisphere.

May 19 07:59

Chemical Giants Misled FDA, Consumers on Health Impact of ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Food Packaging

A new report by The Guardian reveals chemical giants DuPont and Daikin lied to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) when they told agency officials certain types of “forever chemicals” used in food packaging were safer and less likely to accumulate in humans than older versions of the chemicals.

According to The Guardian, the companies deliberately concealed the negative health effects of fluorotelomer alcohol, or 6:2 FTOH, a type of “short-chain” per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) chemicals used in pizza boxes, to-go containers and fast-food wrappers.

The chemicals have been linked to numerous health issues including kidney disease, liver damage, cancer, neurological damage, developmental problems and autoimmune disorders.

According to The Guardian:

May 19 07:58

Scientists Fired Tardigrades Out of a Gun to See if They Can Survive Space Impacts

We can now add "being fired out of a gun at high speeds" to the growing list of weird things tardigrades can survive.

How do we know? Scientists actually did it - and, believe it or not, it's for a good cause. They wanted to know if tardigrade-like organisms could survive certain conditions in space, in order to place constraints on where and how we might be able to find extraterrestrial life in the Solar System - and how we might avoid contaminating it.

Tardigrades, microscopic invertebrates also known as water bears and moss piglets, are globally ubiquitous, found both in terrestrial and water ecosystems pretty much everywhere. That's hardly a surprise, really: the tiny creatures are able to survive some insane conditions.

May 19 07:57

A Spacecraft Captured a Massive Eruption on The Sun's Surface For The First Time

The Sun is constantly bubbling and bursting. If eruptions on its surface are big enough, they can send billions of tons of plasma and electrically charged particles hurtling toward Earth.

To observe and study those kinds of explosions – called coronal mass ejections – NASA and the European Space Agency launched the Solar Orbiter probe in February 2020.

The probe made a close approach to our star this year, on February 10, when it flew within 48 million miles (77 million kilometers) of the Sun – half the distance between the Sun and Earth. As it careened past the Sun, back to cooler zones of space, the orbiter caught video footage of two CMEs.

Three imaging instruments on the spacecraft traced the CME as it left the Sun and spread through space. The first instrument recorded the Sun itself, while the second captured the flow of energy through the Sun's corona, or outer atmosphere.

May 19 07:57

Private sector seeks bigger role in NASA Earth science programs

Companies and organizations used a House hearing May 18 to advocate for a larger role in NASA’s Earth science programs, arguing their capabilities can complement NASA spacecraft.

The hearing by the House space subcommittee on NASA’s Earth science programs devoted much of its attention to how commercial Earth imaging spacecraft could supplement NASA missions to study climate change, a growing priority for both the agency and the Biden administration.

“As NASA is creating its next flagship missions, including the Landsat Next program, NASA should incorporate the planned, viable commercial capabilities into their procurement strategies and seek commercial capabilities as a forethought, rather than an afterthought,” said Robbie Schingler, co-founder and chief strategy officer of Planet.

May 19 07:57

SpaceX Dragon XL could double as a crew cabin for lunar space station

A recent modification to SpaceX’s Dragon XL lunar cargo resupply contract with NASA suggests that the spacecraft could be used as an extra crew cabin and bathroom at a lunar space station known as Gateway.

The contract modification was made around April 1st of this year and provided SpaceX around $121,000 to complete the latest study on the potential utility of its expendable Dragon XL spacecraft beyond the primary goal of resupplying a space station orbiting the Moon. Designed to deliver at least five metric tons (~11,000 lb) of pressurized and unpressurized cargo to Gateway, Dragon XL will launch on SpaceX’s own Falcon Heavy rocket – currently the only super heavy-lift launch vehicle in operation – and meant to heavily borrow from hardware and systems already developed for Crew and Cargo Dragon.

May 19 07:43

The Same Pattern Everywhere?

Covid cases have risen sharply in nearly every country that has launched a mass vaccination campaign.(Please watch this short video before You Tube removes it)

Why is this happening?

Mass vaccination was supposed to reduce the threat of Covid but– in the short-term– it appears to make it much worse. Why? And why is Covid now “surging in 4 of 5 the most vaccinated countries”?

May 19 07:29

“Blue” sand dunes on Mars stun in NASA photo

The sand dunes of Mars looked blue in a stunning photo that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shared on April 8. Captured using a special infrared camera onboard NASA’s Mars Odyssey orbiter, the breathtaking image covered an area of 19 miles somewhere on the Martian north pole.

In the image, a sea of windswept sand dunes could be seen stretched out across the Martian surface. But instead of looking at the Red Planet’s trademark orange color, the dunes were tinged with a mix of gold and blue. As it turned out, the thermal image was digitally colored to highlight the wide-ranging temperatures there. Areas tinted in blue represent colder regions while warmer areas were tinted in orange and yellow, NASA said in a statement.

May 19 07:25

Connecticut form requires health care professionals to sign away their lives saying “I voluntarily assume full responsibility for any reactions” caused by covid vaccines

Medical workers in the state of Connecticut are having to sign a special liability form upon getting injected with the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) that makes them solely responsible for their own negative health outcomes, whether that be injury or death.