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As Australians Seek Compensation for Vaccine Injuries Under New Plan, Here’s a Look at COVID Vaccine Liability Laws Around the World

More than 10,000 Australians so far requested compensation for COVID vaccine injuries under the country’s vaccine injury compensation scheme. What types of compensation programs exist in other countries? ​


HR 550: House Passes Bill To Fund Federal Vaccination Database

Even a blind person could see that the only purpose to track vaccinations is to identify the unvaccinated. Technocrats have turned the unvaccinated into an enemy that must be dealt with by physical means. Today that could be fines, quarantines and criminal records. Tomorrow, it could mean mass expulsion and even genocidal purging. Tyranny never retreats on its own; it must be forcefully pushed back and definitively conquered.


Twitter Slaps 'Unsafe' Label On American Heart Association mRNA Vaccine Warning

Twitter has slapped an "unsafe link" warning on a study from the American Heart Association which found that mRNA vaccines dramatically increase the risk of developing heart diseases from 11% to 25%.


How Migrant Surge At The Border Fuels Massive American OD's From Tiny Grains of This Killer Drug

The cartels are taking advantage of law enforcement weaknesses and policy failures to smuggle record amounts of the lethal drug into the United States, according to interviews with half a dozen current and former drug and immigration agents. While a lack of screening technology to find contraband at ports of entry and an inept U.S-Mexico campaign to cripple the cartels are longstanding issues, there’s also a new one: the flood of migrants across the border that the Biden administration has done little to stop.


Madrid, the City That Wouldn’t Lock Down

Isabel Díaz Ayuso called for freedom, kept the regional economy going, and won big at the polls.


'World's most advanced' humanoid robot is unveiled in a UK lab with eerily realistic facial expressions and movements

It may bear a somewhat uncanny resemblance to the terrifying creation in the Will Smith blockbuster I, Robot. But this machine is actually real and has been billed as the 'world's most advanced' humanoid.​


Humans Are Doomed to Go Extinct

Habitat degradation, low genetic variation and declining fertility are setting Homo sapiens up for collapse


Volcanic fertilization of the oceans drove severe mass extinction, say scientists

Scientists at the University of Southampton have discovered that two intense periods of volcanism triggered global cooling and falling oxygen levels in the oceans, which caused one of the most severe mass extinctions in Earth history.


After Months of Daylight, Antarctica Is About to Be Plunged Into 2 Minutes of Night

The Sun hasn't set in Antarctica since October. Earth's southernmost continent is currently experiencing a long summer's day, one that stretches from mid-October until early April. But on Saturday December 4, darkness will sweep across the ice of West Antarctica. The Moon will pass directly in front of the Sun, blocking its light and producing a total solar eclipse.


Microplastic pollution aids antibiotic resistance

The Styrofoam container that holds your takeout cheeseburger may contribute to the population's growing resistance to antibiotics. According to scientists at Rice University's George R. Brown School of Engineering, discarded polystyrene broken down into microplastics provides a cozy home not only for microbes and chemical contaminants but also for the free-floating genetic materials that deliver to bacteria the gift of resistance.

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