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The US birthrate has dropped again. The pandemic may be accelerating the decline

Over all, the birthrate declined by 4 percent in 2020. Births were down most sharply in December, when babies conceived at the start of the health crisis would have been born.The birthrate in the...

Lentil and mushroom bolognaise

1 brown onion, peeled, 
coarsely chopped1 carrot, peeled, coarsely chopped1 celery stick, coarsely chopped2 garlic cloves, halved2 1/2 tbs extra virgin olive oil2 fresh bay leaves or dried bay leaves4 large (about 385g) field...

Mexico city is sinking at an alarming and largely unstoppable rate, new data finds

Mexico City, the most populous metropolis in North America, has sunk too low for us to save it, according to new research. After centuries of water drainage from underground aquifers, the lake bed on which...

Want to save the children? How child sexual abuse and human trafficking really work

Millions of kidnapped children are imprisoned in underground tunnels, being sexually abused and tortured by a shadowy global cabal of paedophiles.That, at least, is some of the misinformation about child sex trafficking being spread...

The manufacturing of a mass psychosis – can sanity return to an insane world?

[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=fdzW-S8MwbI[/embed] The following is a transcript of this video.“The masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste, preferring to deify error, if error seduce them....

CDC reports two more infant DEATHS following experimental COVID injections during clinical trials

The CDC released more data in their Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) today, and it included two new deaths of infants age 2 and age 1.While none of the COVID injections have emergency...

New study tracked large sharks during hurricanes

Researchers found sharks behaviors differed by species and location during major storm eventsSource:University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric ScienceSummary:Biologists tracked large sharks in Miami and The Bahamas to understand how these...

Are there too many people? All bets are off

For decades, scientists and economists have been making wagers about the outcome of human population growth. Now, more than ever, their speculations need to be taken seriously Richland Gardens, Hong Kong. Though the region...

The speed of sound is innately encoded in the brains of bats, scientists discover

Bats appear to be born with something akin to a superpower: a preternaturally accurate sense of time, new research suggests.From their very first flight, these echolocating mammals seem to somehow know exactly how long...

MIT researcher says UFO research could lead to new laws of physics

The study of UFOs could potentially redefine "all of science."Breaking PhysicsThe US military has started to take reports of “unidentified aerial objects” more seriously in recent years, even setting up a taskforce to investigate...

Watch: Bigfoot filmed in Oregon?

An odd piece of footage posted online by a Sasquatch enthusiast in Oregon shows a strange anomaly which he believes is a Bigfoot that was watching him while he was out hiking. Mike Bodewitz...

Deathbed coincidences: Relatives shrouded in white light 'visit in dreams to say goodbye'

RELATIVES shrouded in "white light" visit loved-ones in their dreams at the moment of death to say goodbye and notify of their passing, a neuropsychologist claims.Dr Peter Fenwick is known for his studies of...

CDC changes rules for counting breakthrough cases

 ... as more fully vaccinated people test positiveThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will report only those breakthrough cases resulting in hospitalization or death. The agency also lowered the testing threshold, but only...

Maddie paralyzed In Pfizer vaccine clinical trial as Pfizer requests EUA authorization

11 May 2021 - update from the fda.gov website: Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration expanded the emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)...

Genes, carbon dioxide and adaptation

"Over the oxygen supply of the body carbon dioxide spreads its protecting wings."- Friedrich Miescher, Swiss physiologist, 1885To reach useful simplicities, we usually have to sift through the accumulated rationalizations previous generations have produced...

The weird science of the placebo effect keeps getting more interesting

Take this sugar pill. Twice a day. And feel better? The story of the placebo effect used to be simple: When people don’t know they are taking sugar pills or think they might be a...

US voters want to legislate against Facebook and Twitter

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 59% of U.S. voters believe that operators of social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter relay biased information.This viewpoint is less clear-cut among...

‘It’s like the embers in a barbecue pit.’ Nuclear reactions are smoldering again at Chernobyl

Thirty-five years after the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine exploded in the world’s worst nuclear accident, fission reactions are smoldering again in uranium fuel masses buried deep inside a mangled reactor hall. “It’s...

Crystal shapes matter – here’s what they mean and how to amplify their power

Not only do crystals come in all sorts of colors (amethyst, rose, aquamarine) and serve different intended purposes (improved sleep, added protection, attracting abundance), but they’re also found in many different shape formations. Just like the...

Encounter at Shumulinsky district, near Vitebsk, Belarus

Date: July 1963 Time: noon13-year-old Maria Ivanovna was returning home after buying some bread, while her younger sister, Nadezhda, 10, and younger brother, Anton, 4, remained at home. On her way to her house...