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More than 50,000 5G Satellites Encircling the Earth: Appeal by Astronomers, Safeguarding the Astronomical Sky (IT)

This is an international appeal by professional astronomers open for subscription to ask for an intervention from institutions and governments. To sign/subscribe follow this link. Astronomical observations from the ground can be greatly harmed by the ongoing deployment of large satellite fleets in preparation for the next generation of telecommunications. For centuries the astronomical observations from the ground have led to …

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BUG ATTACKS MAKE ORGANIC FRUITS AND VEG HEALTHIER

The plants’ stress responses initiates an increase in antioxidant compounds prior to harvest, the study shows. “Many studies in the past supported this idea, but many others showed no differences,” says principal investigator Luis Cisneros-Zevallos, a horticulture and food scientist at Texas A&M University AgriLife Research. “In our study we proved that wounding leaves in plants like those caused by insects produce …

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Study: Humanity’s footprint is squashing world’s wildlife by Stephen Sautner

A new study says that the planet’s wildlife is increasingly under the boot of humanity. Using the most comprehensive dataset on the “human footprint,” which maps the accumulated impact of human activities on the land’s surface, researchers from WCS, University of Queensland, and other groups found intense human pressures across the range of a staggering 20,529 terrestrial vertebrate species. Of that …

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California Now Wants to be First State to Mandate Adult Vaccines – Criminal Penalties for those Who Refuse

Is California becoming a medical police state? Health Impact News Editor Comments In a brazen act of medical tyranny, California recently became the first state in the U.S. where lawmakers removed religious exemptions to those opposing vaccines for their children. The bill now signed into law, SB277, faces legal hurdles in court next. Now, legislators in California want to pass the “first …

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Trump Sends a “Death Threat” to Iraq’s Prime Minister. By Renee Parsons

The assassination of Major General Qaseem Soleimani, who was already a national hero in Iran, has now achieved the stature of a world class martyr. Carrying a diplomatic passport on his flight into Baghdad, Soleimani was also carrying the Iranian response  to a Saudi initiative for peace. In contrast, President Donald Trump has revealed more about his own inner angst than he ever intended …

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Biden’s Pack of Lies About the Iraq War by SAM HUSSEINI

While Biden and his surrogates like John Kerry continue to falsely claim that he was not for the Iraq invasion, the Sanders camp has rightly highlighted more documentation, including video, of his support for the Iraq invasion after it happened, like his statement about Bush at the Brookings Institution in July 2003: ‘The president of the United States is a bold leader and he …

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Google can view millions of patient health records in most states

Through its partnerships with health care providers, Google can view tens of millions of patient records in at least three-quarters of states, the Wall Street Journal reports. Why it matters: Some of these partnerships allow Google to access identifiable information about patients without their or their doctors’ knowledge, raising fears about how this data may be used. Read More