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5G: The End of All Things

5G: The End of All Things Richard Gale and Gary Null PhD Progressive Radio Network, March 16, 2020 We have become thoroughly accustomed and habituated to endless advertising by drug makers to buy into the promises of pharmaceutical drugs or to consent to the nutritional value of junk food.  Yet the drug and food industries are completely indifferent to their …

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Debunking Wikipedia’s Warrior Against Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Debunking Wikipedia’s Warrior Against Complementary and Alternative Medicine Debunking Wikipedia’s Warrior Against Complementary and Alternative Medicine Richard Gale, Gary Null PhD, Victoria Theophanis Progressive Radio Network, February 26, 2020   Rarely do we question the integrity, veracity and hidden motivations of an expert speaking or writing on any given topic.  Patients rarely question the diagnosis or prescribed treatment of their …

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A Marriage Made in Hell: Militant Atheism, Scientism, Wikipedia and Eugenics

A Marriage Made in Hell:  Militant Atheism, Scientism, Wikipedia and Eugenics   Richard Gale and Gary Null PhD Progressive Radio Network, February 21, 2020 The many apparent discoveries and successes in science and medicine have awarded these advances with an authority that we far too often accept without question.  Skepticism is a necessary and healthy faculty. However, when skepticism itself …

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Study: One-third of plant and animal species could be gone in 50 years by Daniel Stolte

Accurately predicting biodiversity loss from climate change requires a detailed understanding of what aspects of climate change cause extinctions, and what mechanisms may allow species to survive. A new study by University of Arizona researchers presents detailed estimates of global extinction from climate change by 2070. By combining information on recent extinctions from climate change, rates of species movement and …

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HELL AND HIGH WATER IN AUSTRALIA

Australia has endured intense heat, severe drought, dust storms, and catastrophic fires burning their way through everything in their path, destroying wildlife and vegetation that could take decades to regrow. And in some places, the soil is so scorched it may not be able to support plant life in the future. While the fires are still going strong in some areas, …

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The Antarctica Factor: model uncertainties reveal upcoming sea level risk

“The ‘Antarctica Factor’ turns out to be the greatest risk, and also the greatest uncertainty, for sea-levels around the globe,” says lead-author Anders Levermann from the Potsdam Institute of Climate Impact Research (PIK) and Columbia University’s LDEO in New York. “While we saw about 19 centimeters of sea-level rise in the past 100 years, Antarctic ice-loss could lead to up to 58 …

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Temperature in Antarctica Soars Past 69°F as NOAA Reports Last Month Was World’s Hottest January on Record by Jessica Corbett

As the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Thursday announced that last month was the hottest January ever recorded, the Guardian reported that Brazilian scientists logged a new record-breaking temperature of 20.75°C, or 69.35°F, at Seymour Island in Antarctica on Feb. 9. The newspaper noted that the new record, along with one logged on Feb. 6 by Argentina’s Esperanza research station at the northern tip of the …

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The Trump era is a golden age of conspiracy theories – on the right and left

In his novel Foucault’s Pendulum, the late Umberto Eco dreamed up a plot for our time. The book portrays a collection of enlightened skeptics who get swept into conspiracy. First to amuse themselves, and then because the crackpots they ridicule participate in the madness, Eco’s characters seal their own doom. They connect dots that are unrelated. They see cabals that …