Category Archives: Science

Threat to medical freedom: Monkeypox

Breaking: The Biden administration today declared a public health emergency for monkeypox in a bid to unlock funding and more powers to deal with the virus, which officials say is primarily spreading among homosexual males.

The World Health Org. (WHO) declaration of Monkeypox as a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern” (PHEIC), was made by one man, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who has no medical training, over the objection of the majority of his own expert committee of medical and scientific advisors. Nine of the committee members thought a PHEIC should not be declared and six supported a declaration.

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Typically City of Tulsa administration

Graphic from web screen shot: KTUL

Apparently in response to neighborhood protests and as KTUL News Channel 8 was on scene, the City of Tulsa has removed 5G microwave cell towers, but plans to install the equipment on existing streetlights. In other words, the tower may be gone but the radiation will continue.

The full report from KTUL is available online (click here for more) which begins, “For a few hours Thursday afternoon, unbridled happiness permeated the air of Walnut Creek.”

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Nuclear War can be won and lost

Thinking About the “Unthinkable”

We are told: “Nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought” which politically correct mantra is really believed by most in Washington, perhaps by most in America, even though it is patently false, evidences mass psychological “denial behavior” and is perilous to national security.[1]

Americans hate nuclear weapons, and those who think about them.[2]  This I know from a professional lifetime as one who thinks about nuclear weapons, strategy, and warfare.

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Should we cancel Father’s Day?

Some Woke activists suggested that Mother’s Day be called “Birthing Persons Day.” After all, some “pregnant persons” identify as men (or non-women) and don’t like being in a place called a “maternity ward.” If the birthing person’s pronouns are “he/him,” that person might identify as the child’s father though not contributing the paternal genetic material. Should “he” get a Father’s Day card?

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Rampage Shootings & Video Games

Until recent  times a rampage shooting was a rare event, but rampage shootings have been a part of world history for years.  Rampage shootings occurred infrequently in the United States until eight occurred in the 1980s.  Some were especially lethal such as the 1984 rampage in a McDonald’s, which resulted in 22 people killed and 19 injured.  In 1986 a postal employee killed 15 people and injured six people, introducing “going postal” into the vernacular.  Since that time the United States has been the epicenter of rampage shootings.

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