According to The Center for Biological Diversity, cutting U.S. meat intake in half could prevent 1.6 billion tons of climate pollution. If this is the science, why aren’t more climate alarmist ditching meat and going vegan? While a self-reporting 3 percent of the U.S. population purports to be eating plant-based (not necessarily vegan), 60 percent believe in humans are creating climate change. So why hasn’t 57 percent of Americans gone vegan, shouldn’t we be following the science?
Elon Musk warns of population collapse: ‘You do not want the youth effectively enslaved to take care of the elderly’
Innovator Elon Musk reiterated his warning that the world is likely to suffer a population collapse in 20-30 years and the effects could be dramatic for the United States. This is not a new warning he has declared as he… Read More ›
Tide gauges measure the movement of sea levels relative to the land surface; a rise in this measurement could mean that either the sea level is rising or that the land in that area is sinking (subsidence) — or some… Read More ›
A review published today, March 9, 2021, by the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) sets out the sad yet enlightening history of failed climate predictions. The paper, by climate writer Paul Homewood, looks back to the days before global warming alarm,… Read More ›
Shaklee finishes global conference introducing new immunity related natural products plus a precision-based nutrition system never seen before
Shaklee is an international nutrition company founded by Forrest C. Shaklee in 1956. Shaklee created the first vitamin in the United States in 1915 and called it “Shaklee’s Vitaminized Minerals.” In 1960 Shaklee started selling organic, biodegradable cleaning products. Since… Read More ›
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Sweden’s top epidemiologist Anders Tegnell says a massive decline in COVID-19 cases shows “the Swedish strategy is working.” Is he right?
At a press conference last week, Anders Tegnell said a massive decline in new COVID-19 cases shows Sweden’s “lighter touch” strategy is doing what it was designed to do.
“It really is yet another sign that the Swedish strategy is working,” Tegnell, Sweden’s top epidemiologist, said. “It is possible to slow contagion fast with the measures we are taking in Sweden.”
In the summer of 2019, Elon Musk held his Neuralink project’s launch event and on August 28, 2020, he will reveal more of what the company has been working on. Neuralink was formed in 2016 with the ambition of directly linking a human brain to an AI-enabled computer – basically a brain-machine interface (BMI).
So, taking all this data in, it is clear there is no consensus, regardless of what people are saying, it is more important to look at unbiased data, regarding the efficacy on masks regarding viruses and especially relating to COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2. To be frank, when I started this story a few days ago I had expected different results and was surprised, and disappointed, we do not have better data at this point.