Monthly Archives: April 2020


The April 19 issue of the online publication Asia Times reports that a potential breakthrough has been achieved in fusion energy that could greatly accelerate the realization of a long-sought source for unlimited future energy.  Coming in the midst of … Continue reading

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What was it you said about “Peak Oil?”

"U.S. crude oil futures turned negative Monday for the first time in history as storage space was filling up, discouraging buyers as weak economic data from Germany and Japan cast doubt on when fuel consumption will recover. Physical demand for … Continue reading

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“Gun Violence Prevention and Community Safety Act of 2020” Congressional Record

  "Shown Here:Introduced in House (01/30/2020) Gun Violence Prevention and Community Safety Act of 2020 This bill makes various changes to the federal framework governing the sale, transfer, and possession of firearms and ammunition. Among other things, the bill does … Continue reading

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"In this survey, we demonstrated the researches and approaches of about 100 eminent scientists from around the world. In general, they agree that the current statistical data does not reflect the actual state of affairs, and the publicly distributed media … Continue reading

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“Donald Trump warns of consequences if China was knowingly responsible for coronavirus” The Telegraph

""If they were knowingly responsible, certainly," he said. "If it was a mistake, a mistake is a mistake. "But if they were knowingly responsible, yeah, then there should be consequences. "Was it a mistake that got out of control or … Continue reading

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Senate Judiciary Document Dump Exposes FBI and DOJ Corruption by Larry C Johnson

If you are exhausted from the drumbeat of doom and gloom surrounding the Corona virus pandemic, here is a welcome diversion–corruption and malfeasance by the FBI and the Department of Justice. The Senate Judiciary Committee dumped several critical documents Thursday … Continue reading

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Finally: a study on the SARS-CoV-2 virus in a specific county whether people had symptoms or not

By Robert Willmann Posted on the Internet yesterday is a study dated 11 April 2020 that finally addresses a type of investigation avoided by the energetic creators of hype and fear on television and elsewhere about an illness resulting from … Continue reading

Posted in Current Affairs, government, Health Care, Politics, Science | 54 Comments

“a spacecraft has returned an aging satellite to service” Ars Technica

"This satellite servicing milestone comes as both low-Earth orbit as well as geostationary space—where large, expensive communications satellites are often placed high above the planet to hold their position over the ground—are becoming more crowded. The availability of a service … Continue reading

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Remdesivir looks good …

"A Chicago hospital treating severe Covid-19 patients with Gilead Sciences’ antiviral medicine remdesivir in a closely watched clinical trial is seeing rapid recoveries in fever and respiratory symptoms, with nearly all patients discharged in less than a week, STAT has learned. Remdesivir was … Continue reading

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“Did Xi Jinping Deliberately Sicken the World?” Ben Lowsen

"Such a question is of course inimical to human decency. And yet we must consider that Xi Jinping has produced the greatest program of ethnic cleansing in the world today. He has curtailed freedoms in China severely and is the father of the panopticon state. … Continue reading

Posted in China, Chinagate | 27 Comments