Two strongly negative views about the covid “vaccines” (one of them claims these are not vaccines at all)

These two views are from medical practitioners who know what they’re talking about. I’m making note here and request anyone with knowledge to refute them – it will be practically impossible given my limitations of time to investigate these claims. a) Open Letter to the Swedish Prime Minister and Swedish Public Health Director by Dr. […]
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You Can Now Stalk Yourself With Google Maps' 2020 Timeline Update

It’s no secret that Google, as well as other big tech companies, know a lot about you. Probably a lot more than you think they do. And while in general that’s really creepy, sometimes it can briefly produce cool results, before going back to being creepy. Case in point: You can start off the year by stalking yourself…Read more...
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New Report Suggests Hyundai’s Big Mouth Did Not Kill Potential Partnership With Apple—Yet

Earlier this week, we theorized that Hyundai’s big mouth could get it kicked out of the running of working on a self-driving car with Apple, given that the latter deplores leaks. Days later, though, it appears the Korean automaker has not burned all bridges—yet.Read more...
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The HP Envy 14 Sports a Taller Display and Webcam Shutter to Better Balance Work and Play

As the line between home and work continues to blur, HP has revamped its mainstream Envy 14 laptop with a fresh new design, which includes a taller display, a physical webcam shutter, and faster components to better balance play and productivity.Read more...
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Dropped by Virtually 'Every Vendor,' Parler Is Scrambling to Find a New Safe Space Online

Parler is learning a hard lesson this week that freedom of speech is not freedom from consequences. Read more...
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Dropped by Virtually 'Every Vender,' Parler Is Scrambling to Find a New Safe Space Online

Parler is learning a hard lesson this week that freedom of speech is not freedom from consequences. Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Twitter, Science, Conservative, Trump, Trump Administration, Parler, Capitol Riot, All Around Me Are Familiar Faces

Newborn Megalodons Were Larger Than Adult Humans and Probably Ate Their Siblings

Picture this: It’s about 20 million years ago, and you’re inside the giant womb of an extremely pregnant Otodus megalodon. Everything’s hunky-dory—some baby sharks have already hatched, and others are on the way. But before any more of those egg-bound brethren can emerge, one of the baby sharks wriggles over and…Read more...
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Coronavirus live news: New York opens mass vaccination sites as global cases pass 90m

US lawmakers may have been exposed in Capitol siege; one in five people in England may have had coronavirus; New Covid variant from Brazil detected in JapanUK Covid variant extremely unlikely to evade vaccines, say scientistsBrazilian Covid sleuth shames party people as deaths pass 200,000‘South Africa is going to get a third wave, even a fourth’Vaccine explainer: when will things go back to normal?See all our coronavirus coverage 11.55pm GMT Hello and welcome to our live coronavirus coverag...
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Police Use of Clearview AI's Facial Recognition Tech Spiked After Capitol Raid

Clearview AI’s controversial facial-recognition app has seen a spike in use as police track down the pro-Trump insurgents who descended on the Capitol on Wednesday. With so many of those idiots snapping selfies and livestreaming the raid as if it was a school field trip, I’m surprised police even needed the help.Read more...
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Spain’s Worst Snowstorm in Decades Collapses Parts of the Country

Snow has the bad habit of completely collapsing regions that aren’t used to experiencing it. In this case, Storm Filomena slammed into Spain and blanketed many of its regions, including its capital, with more snow than they had seen in decades. Read more...
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Israel, already leading the world in rolling out the COVID-19 vaccines, aims to immunize entire country by the end of March

Israeli Prime Minister Minister Benjamin Netanyahu receives a coronavirus vaccine at Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, Israel on Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020. Amir Cohen/AP Israel expects to have immunized all its citizens who are 16-years-old and up by the end of March.  That timeline would likely make Israel the world's first country to immunize the vast majority of its population from the pandemic.  Israel has far outpaced the rest of the world with its vaccination campaign, already having ...
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The Capitol Hill physician is warning lawmakers they may have been exposed to COVID-19 during the siege on the building

Pro-Trump supporters storm the US Capitol following a rally with President Donald Trump on January 6, 2021. Samuel Corum/Getty Images Lawmakers in the US House of Representatives may have been exposed to the novel coronavirus while they sheltered during Wednesday's insurrection at the US Capitol.  In a letter to lawmakers, Dr. Brian Monahan, the Capitol's attending physician, wrote that sheltering House members "may have been exposed to another occupant with coronavirus infection." Some Ho...
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This Video Explains the Story Behind Every Lightsaber Luke Skywalker Ever Wielded

In the movies, Luke Skywalker has only ever had the two lightsabers. In other canon materials, it’s a bit more complicated. Star Wars Explained can, uh, explain. Read more...
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Watch the Stars of Batwoman Season 2 Describe the New Season in One Word

The second season of Batwoman will represent a soft reboot for the series, a beginning of a rebuilding effort after the first star, Ruby Rose, left the show. With Javicia Leslie as the new Batwoman, the show is geared up to begin anew. But what’s it going to be like?Read more...
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The Instagram Insurrection

The first inkling I had that something was very wrong on Wednesday was when my wife said, “Oh shit, is this real?” as we were en route to Trader Joe’s after spending a few hours on the cold, sun-drenched beaches of Long Island for a winter walk on our last day of a vacation. A friend had texted about the Capitol.Read more...
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Salim Abdool Karim: 'None of us are safe from Covid if one of us is not. We have mutual interdependence'

The face of South Africa’s Covid science on why Africa has been hit less hard than Europe, the new variant in the region, and the danger of vaccine nationalism Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe epidemiologist Salim Abdool Karim could be considered South Africa’s Anthony Fauci. As co-chair of the South African Ministerial Advisory Committee on Covid-19, he is the government’s top adviser on the pandemic and has become the country’s face of Covid-19 science. He also s...
Tags: Health, Europe, Science, Africa, Medical Research, South Africa, Infectious Diseases, Vaccines and immunisation, Aids and HIV, Anthony Fauci, Durban, Karim, Coronavirus, COVID, Salim Abdool Karim, South African Ministerial Advisory Committee

Sunday's Best Deals: Epson EcoTank Inkjet Printers, Deadly Premonition 2, Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition, Crux Artisan Juicer, Takeya Water Bottles, K-Beauty Skincare, and More

A sale on select Nintendo Switch titles and a Crux Artisan juicer lead Sunday’s best deals.Read more...
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When should people who've already gotten COVID-19 get the vaccine? Doctors say it depends on whether they still have symptoms.

A medical worker conducts a rapid coronavirus test in Brooklyn, New York, on August 27, 2020. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Doctors say it's generally alright for people who had a prior coronavirus infection to get vaccinated, assuming they don't have symptoms or an active infection. A CDC advisory committee suggested that individuals after their infection, since reinfection is unlikely during that period. But for patients with long-term coronavirus symptoms, it's unclear whether the vaccin...
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Which country has administered the most COVID-19 vaccines?

Getty/David Greedy Israel is leading the world in terms of its vaccination rate, with nearly 20 people in every hundred having received a dose. The global effort to vaccinate people against COVID-19 began in early December. Since then, more than 40 countries have started administering coronavirus jabs among their populations. The United Arab Emirates has achieved the second-highest vaccination rate at 8.98 per 100 people, while Bahrain comes third at 4.25. The United Kingdom, which becam...
Tags: Politics, Science, France, India, Africa, Israel, Trends, United States, United Kingdom, News UK, United Arab Emirates, Pfizer, Vaccine, Oxford University, Bahrain, Reuters

SpaceX has darkened its Starlink internet satellites with visors to avoid disrupting the night sky - but they can still ruin astronomers' data

The first batch of 60 high-speed Starlink internet satellites, each weighing about 500 pounds, flat-packed into a stack prior to their launch on May 23, 2019. SpaceX via Twitter SpaceX added sun visors to its Starlink internet satellites to prevent moving lights from marring views of the night sky. The result: the visors may have darkened the satellites to 31% of their former brightness, according to a new study. That makes them mostly invisible to the naked eye, but it probably doesn't ch...
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Make Any Kind of Juice You Want With 50% off a Crux Artisan Juicer

CRUX Artisan Series 5 Speed Digital Juice Extractor | $65 | Bed Bath & BeyondRead more...
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Why it's time to stop pursuing happiness

Positive thinking and visualising success can be counterproductive – happily, other strategies for fulfilment are availableLike many teenagers, I was once plagued with angst and dissatisfaction – feelings that my parents often met with bemusement rather than sympathy. They were already in their 50s, and, having grown up in postwar Britain, they struggled to understand the sources of my discontentment at the turn of the 21st century.“The problem with your generation is that you always expect to b...
Tags: Psychology, Science, Life and style, Society, Mental Health, Depression, Anxiety, Britain, Health & wellbeing, Happiness indices

Are our personalities set in stone, or can we work on – even improve – them?

Ask yourself what your ideal personality will be and, with self-awareness and repetitive practice, traits will followAt some point most of us have been assigned a neat label for our personality, as if it were a brand of clothing. It could have occurred during a job interview, for an online dating profile, or in a social-media quiz that matches your traits with a character from Game of Thrones. Or perhaps you’ve endured a conversation with friends in which everyone is declared an “introvert” or “...
Tags: Psychology, Science, Life and style, Health & wellbeing, Benjamin Hardy, Florida Hardy

Does vitamin D combat Covid?

It’s cheap, widely available and might help us fend off the virus. So should we all be dosing up on the sunshine nutrient?In March, as coronavirus deaths in the UK began to mount, two hospitals in northeast England began taking vitamin D readings from patients and prescribing them with extremely high doses of the nutrient. Studies had suggested that having sufficient levels of vitamin D, which is created in the skin’s lower layers through the absorption of sunlight, plays a central role in immun...
Tags: Health, UK, England, Science, Life and style, Health & wellbeing, Newcastle, British Medical Journal, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Coronavirus, Tyne Hospitals NHS, Richard Quinton

'He wrapped his arms around me and he died': COVID-19 has killed thousands of young Americans. This is not just a tragedy for the elderly.

Cody Lyster, left, and Bryant Boyer-Killion, right, both died of COVID-19 at age 21. Courtesy of Lea Ann Lyster and Sarah Boyer Although older people are at higher risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19, the virus is killing young Americans in record numbers. Between March 1 and July 31, 12,000 more Americans between 25 and 44 years old died than would ordinarily be expected. About 40% of those deaths were directly due to COVID-19. Two families whose 21-year-old sons died of COVID-...
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How race to track mystery gene with links to three cancers saved millions

25 years ago, a mutation was discovered that makes some people susceptible to the disease, and now it has transformed treatmentTen years ago, Tony Herbert developed a lump on the right side of his chest. The clump of tissue grew and became painful and he was tested for breast cancer. The result was positive.“I had surgery and chemotherapy and that worked,” he said last week. But how had Herbert managed to develop a condition that is so rare in men? Only about 400 cases of male breast cancer are ...
Tags: Health, UK, Science, Breast Cancer, Cancer, UK News, Genetics, Medical Research, Cancer Research, Herbert, Tony Herbert

Rapid Covid testing across England will help identify symptomless carriers

Tens of thousands are unwittingly spreading coronavirus – lateral flow devices will confirm infection in under 30 minutesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageRapid testing to find symptomless carriers of Covid-19 is to be launched in England this week. The aim of the programme is to identify some of the tens of thousands of infected people who are unwittingly spreading the virus across the country.The dramatic escalation of the programme – which uses detectors known as lat...
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Now we have the coronavirus vaccine, how soon can we get back to normal life?

The government has ordered sufficient doses to inoculate the entire population of the UK against Covid-19 but we are in for a long haulCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageWhen will the Covid-19 vaccine begin to have an effect on the nation?The government has pledged to offer vaccines to 15 million people – the over-70s, healthcare workers and those required to shield by mid-February, and millions more by spring. This should slowly bring the virus under control although it...
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The five: space missions for 2021

After 2020, anyone would be forgiven for wanting to escape Earth, and Mars, the moon and the asteroid belt beckonThis Nasa telescope, which is to replace the Hubble, has been subject to many delays – its first planned launch was in 2007. A March 2020 takeoff was delayed due to Covid, while its initial $500m budget has spiralled to more than $10bn (£7.4bn). It is a more sensitive telescope than the Hubble and once operational it will be able to observe the formation of some of the first galaxies....
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Megalodons gave birth to large newborns that likely grew by eating unhatched eggs in womb

A new study shows that the gigantic Megalodon or megatooth shark, which lived nearly worldwide roughly 15-3.6 million years ago and reached at least 50 feet (15 meters) in length, gave birth to babies larger than most adult humans.
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