Prevent Disease – by Dave Milhalovik, January 27, 2017
In a recent ruling, judges at the German Federal Supreme Court (BGH) confirmed that the measles virus does not exist. Furthermore, there is not a single scientific study in the world which could prove the existence of the virus in any scientific literature. This raises the question of what was actually injected into millions over the past few decades.
Not a single scientist, immunologist, infectious disease specialist or medical doctor has ever been able to establish a scientific foundation, not only for the vaccination of measles but any vaccination for infants, pregnant women, the elderly and even many adult subgroups. Continue reading “Biologist Proves Measles Isn’t A Virus, Wins Supreme Court Case Against Doctor”
Tropical Storm Andres is the earliest tropical storm to ever form during the satellite era in the eastern Pacific, surpassing Adrian in 2017. Andres also holds the distinction of developing before the official start of eastern Pacific hurricane season, which begins on May 15. Continue reading “Earliest tropical storm on record develops in the eastern Pacific”
A lightning strike caused a chunk of a Florida highway to fly through a truck’s windshield Monday morning, injuring two people inside the vehicle.
The incident happened at about 7:30 a.m. near mile marker 81 on eastbound Interstate 10, Walton County Fire Rescue said.
Continue reading “Lightning strike propels chunk of highway through Florida driver’s windshield”
The panic-buying threatens to exacerbate the supply shock. US gasoline demand climbed by 14% on Tuesday compared with the week before, according to GasBuddy, an app that tracks fuel prices and demand. Continue reading “Why Americans are panic buying fuel — and why you shouldn’t”
Panic-buying has emptied 28 percent of North Carolina’s fuel stations and is exacerbating gasoline shortages across the Southeast, underscoring the real-world implications of a cyberattack that forced Colonial Pipeline offline last week.
More than 17 percent of the stations in Georgia and Virginia were dry Wednesday, according to GasBuddy, and states as far as West Virginia and Kentucky also are running out. Major metropolitan areas have been hit hardest by the shortages, with more than 70 percent of the stations out of gasoline in Charlotte, Raleigh and Greenville, as well as roughly 60 percent of those in Norfolk and Atlanta, according to Patrick De Haan, GasBuddy’s head oil analyst.
Continue reading “Gas shortages intensify in Southeast, with 28 percent of North Carolina stations now dry”
Good info and from the same people who showed dorian would stall and miss florida a.week before as well as get earthquake predictions right at world record levels. Continue reading “Some videoes from Suspicious Observers on cosmic disaster, plasma cosmology and climate forcing.”
NEW YORK — Racial justice. Obstruction of justice. Social justice. The Justice Department. Merriam-Webster has chosen “justice” as its 2018 word of the year, driven by the churning news cycle over months and months.
The word follows “toxic,” picked by Oxford Dictionaries, and “misinformation,” plucked by Dictonary.com. Continue reading “Top of mind: ‘Justice’ is Merriam-Webster’s word of the year”
MSN – by Alex Temblador
The travel community seems to be looking for ways to be more eco-friendly. Destinations are outlawing straws, hotels are recycling soaps, and some cruise ships are working to power their boats with dead fish.
It seems United Airlines is looking for ways to be more environmentally-friendly, too, as they may soon power their jets with biofuel made from trash. Continue reading “United Airlines May Soon Power Jets With Trash”
NBC News – by Andy Eckardt, Dec.17.2016
MAINZ, Germany — Do you wish you knew a Jew? If so, you can now rent one.
That is the attention-grabbing idea behind a project that aims to promote cultural understanding and dialogue by offering face-to-face encounters with Jews living in Germany. Continue reading “Germany’s ‘Rent a Jew’ Project Aims to Fight Anti-Semitism”