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A Microchip Containing Your Vaccine Passport Information Can Now Be Embedded In Your Hand

Things are starting to get really weird. What I am about to share with you sounds very strange, but it is all true. Before I get into it, let me ask you a question. If you could have a vaccine passport permanently embedded into your hand, would you do it? Amazingly, some people in Sweden are willingly doing this to themselves. They are putting microchips that contain their vaccine passport information into their hands, and they are raving about how convenient this is.

 

CLIMATE SCIENTIST WARNS THAT COUNTRIES ARE GOING TO START GEOENGINEERING THE EARTH

Surprise: It’d actually be much cheaper to artificially change the world’s climate than you probably think. So cheap, in fact, that one scientist believes that some countries might soon geoengineer the planet in response to climate change.

 

Rain Could Replace Snow in Arctic Decades Faster Than Previously Thought, Study Finds

As the climate continues to warm, rain will replace snow as the primary form of precipitation in the Arctic decades earlier than previously thought, according to research. This will have profound implications for the planet.

 

The US biofuel mandate helps farmers, but does little for energy security and harms the environment

Research has shown that biofuels are not actually carbon-neutral. Correcting this mistake by evaluating real-world changes in cropland carbon uptake reveals that biofuel use has increased CO2 emissions.​

 

Denver Weather: Where’s Winter? Close To Record Heat To Start December

December is starting even warmer than November ended with temperatures soaring into the lower 70s for Wednesday and Thursday. And there will be no significant change to the weather pattern until at least early next week.

 

Lithium mine pits electric cars against sacred Indigenous land

As the United States turns to electric vehicles, solar and wind for its clean energy transition, the demand for lithium – used in rechargeable batteries – is on the rise. In a remote corner of the Nevada desert sits Thacker Pass, the site of a planned lithium mine that would make a major contribution to domestic supply of the mineral. But the project faces opposition from members of nearby Indigenous communities, who say the area holds spiritual, cultural and historical importance and would be irreversibly damaged by large-scale mining activity

 

Glitter and ‘luster dust’ used on baked goods may be toxic or inedible: CDC

Some food-decorating products, including glitter and dust products, may contain high levels of copper, lead and other harmful heavy metals, warns a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.​

 

Texas resident gets over $4,000 in bills after getting tested for COVID: "I felt deceived"

When Jaden Janak learned he had been exposed to COVID-19 shortly after his 75-year-old grandmother died from the virus last year, he knew what he had to do. He went to the hospital for a rapid test that he thought would be free. He was wrong. Several months later, the Texas resident received two bills totaling over $4,000.

 

Pfizer applies for FDA authorization of first COVID vaccine booster for kids

Pfizer asked U.S. regulators to authorize itsCOVID-19 vaccine booster shots for older teens as the Omicron variant of the virus continues to spread worldwide. The drugmaker applied for emergency use authorization with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for their booster shots in children aged 16 or 17 on Tuesday.

 

Americans under age 35 are FOUR TIMES as likely to be frequent marijuana users compared to seniors, study finds

American adults under age 35 are far more likely to frequently use marijuana than those over age 65, a new study finds.

 
 
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