Monthly Archives: August 2020

Deliberately Instigated Violence in an Election Year

Among political parties, only the Democrats allowed and tacitly encouraged the destruction of our cities. Of our businesses. Of our way of life. They’ve consistently tried to hide and downplay what has actually occurred. But most people aren’t that far … Continue reading

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Latest Study on Children and Coronavirus May Help Calm the Hysteria over School

From the BBC online: The BMJ study looked at 651 children with coronavirus in hospitals in England, Wales and Scotland…. “There have been no deaths in otherwise healthy school-age children,” said study author Prof Calum Semple, from the University of … Continue reading

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What is Positronium, and Where Can I Get Some?

Positronium is an atom without a nucleus, an example of an “exotic” atom. At this time, positronium can only be made inside a particle accelerator. It looks like this: Positronium is composed of an electron, with a negative charge, circling … Continue reading

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A Gem of a Physics Video

I have been enjoying the “Nuclear Physics Explained” video course lately. While scanning YouTube for some supplementary nuclear physics videos I ran across the one above, and was impressed with its visual explanatory power. We have barely scratched the surface … Continue reading

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And Now the Bad News

A Daunting Historical Cycle Threatens Human Ingenuity Humans rely on their minds to solve the inevitable problems that arise in the course of their existence in the universe. But as we grow more clever, human existence grows trickier: “The world … Continue reading

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Herd Immunity Remains the Best Bet

For all practical purposes, the covid-19 epidemic is over in Sweden. Almost certainly herd immunity has been achieved in Sweden irrespective of any antibody test results. Testing is usually only for IgG antibody and the herd can become immune via … Continue reading

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An Ambitious and Diabolical Plan

UPDATE: True to form, YouTube has censored the video originally posted just below on multiple channels, for “hate speech.” The documentary is called ShadowGate. Trailer and more information here. The ShadowGate documentary should remain available online at this site The … Continue reading

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You’re Going to Die, But Probably Not From COVID

We have let the media and social media platforms control the messaging while their profits increase and the rest of the society crumbles. Are they giving back any of their profits to the people who have lost during this period? … Continue reading

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Jordan Peterson & Family Get Coronavirus in Serbia

When it rains, it pours. The controversial Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson has contracted COVID-19, his daughter told the Sun, a tabloid newspaper in the United Kingdom. “He’ll get better, but he’s definitely taken a step back and it’s just really … Continue reading

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A Modern Curse: Depression and Anxiety

Depressive symptoms are common in over 30% of women and 20% of men. Anxiety is seen in over 20% of men and women. Heritability for depression is around 40%, meaning that it often travels in families. Of those with depression, … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Jordan Petersons

Two and a half years ago, Jordan Peterson was emerging into the international limelight. He was just publishing his book, “12 Rules for Life,” and was about to embark upon a world book/lecture tour which would make him a veritable … Continue reading

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Sweden: Flattest Curve in Europe!

There’s no mandatory mask-wearing in Sweden, social distancing is recommended rather than enforced, and people are generally advised to stay home if they’re feeling unwell. __ Bloomberg Some European countries are experiencing a second surge of “cases,” but Sweden’s case … Continue reading

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Another Hangover in Church

Hangovers are painful. A hangover in church is even worse. Why do we put ourselves through such things? One of the reasons the temporary relief of being drunk gets to be so precious is that getting drunk knocks one’s conscience … Continue reading

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Kids, Coronavirus, and School

The Wuhan coronavirus will be around for a long time. Custom made to easily infect humans — and to have a deadly SARS effect on susceptible (older) people — in specific populations it is both highly communicable and potentially fatal. … Continue reading

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