Posts Tagged ‘finds’

DARPA’s Implantable COVID-19 Microchip Is Here & Study Finds Variants Hurt Vaxxed More Than UnVaxxed

Welcome to The Daily Wrap Up, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours (4/14/21). As always, take the information discussed in the video below and research it for yourself, and come to your own conclusions. Anyone telling you what the truth […]

Most Are At Higher Risk Of Vaccine Adverse Event Than COVID-19 & Stanford Finds Masks ‘Ineffective’

Welcome to The Daily Wrap Up, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours (4/9/21). As always, take the information discussed in the video below and research it for yourself, and come to your own conclusions. Anyone telling you what the truth […]

Modern brains evolved 1.7m years ago in Africa, study finds, after examining skulls of mankind’s ancient ancestors

When human’s very ancient ancestors took their first steps out of Africa, some 3 million years ago, their brains looked more like those of great apes. A new study says our big brains developed only some 400,000 years later. Using CT technology to scan what skull fossils remain from our earliest ancestors, researchers at the […]

Hubble Telescope finds 2 ‘needles’ in separate galactic haystacks with double-quasar discovery

Researchers wielding the almost all-seeing eye on board NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have detected not one, but two astronomical needles in two galactic haystacks; merging pairs of quasars that may reveal how galaxies form. By leveraging the wealth of information collected by the European Space Agency’s Gaia satellite and the ground-based Sloan Digital Sky Survey, […]

Antisemitic assaults drop 19% worldwide due to COVID-19, study finds

A 19% decrease in the number of antisemitic assaults recorded worldwide in 2020 from the previous year was attributed to lockdowns connected to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an annual report published Wednesday. The lockdowns limited personal interactions generally, the authors of the Report on Antisemitism Worldwide said. There were 371 cases of physical assaults last […]

Israeli Study Finds Holocaust Survivors More Susceptible to Comorbidities Decades After Liberation

At the Hall of Names in Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, Greek rescuer Melpomeni Dina, 92, reunites with (left) Sarah Yanai, 86, one of the survivors she saved during the Holocaust, Nov. 3, 2019. Photo: Eliana Rudee. i24 News – A recently published long-term study has shown that the effects of psychological and physical trauma can […]

Poll Finds Almost HALF Of Americans Want Vaccine Passports

Spain has passed a new law forcing people to wear face masks everywhere outside and even while swimming in the sea. Yes, really. The legislation, which came into effect on Wednesday, mandates face coverings for children as young as six, with refusniks facing fines of €100 euros. The only exemption to the rule is adults […]

8-Year-Old Boy Finds Message in a Bottle From 25 Years Ago and Tracks Down Its Sender

A handwritten message in a bottle, tossed to sea by a 14-year-old Quebec girl, took a quarter century to travel nearly 60 miles to Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. There, it was found by an 8-year-old boy who was delighted by the earnest message. He wrote back. Eight-year-old Nyima Mitchell found the glass bottle under […]

DHS Watchdog Finds Mistreatment of Immigrants at Holding Facility

A Department of Homeland Security facility took an average of over three days to respond to sick call requests and did not enforce pandemic precautions, a watchdog found. An unannounced remote inspection of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) La Palma Correctional Center in Eloy, Arizona last year uncovered the violations, which were made public in […]

1 in 4 American Jews has experienced antisemitism since 2016, ADL finds

(JTA) — An annual survey from the Anti-Defamation League found that a quarter of American Jews have personally experienced antisemitism in the past five years, and that most American Jews have witnessed antisemitic comments targeting others. In that same time period, 9% of Jewish respondents said they have been the victim of an antisemitic physical […]

Most misinformation spread online is accidental, study finds

Half of the misinformation that spreads online is shared because users are not paying attention, a study has found. A report by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Media Lab found that around 50% of its 5,000 participants had unintentionally spread misinformation because they did not realise what they were sharing. Meanwhile, a third of […]

11-Year-Old Boy Finds Rare Ancient Fertility Goddess Amulet In Israel

A rare 2,500-year-old fertility goddess amulet has been unearthed in Israel’s Negev Desert, not by archaeologists, but by a boy on holiday. Dating to the 5th or 6th century BC, known to historians as ‘the Late Temple period,’ the bare-breasted female fertility goddess figure is thought to have served as a protection amulet for assuring […]

Pensioner Finds 800-Year-Old Bishop’s Palace in His Back Garden

An 81-year-old retired banker’s construction plans have been halted by the discovery of a lost bishop’s palace in Wiveliscombe, Somerset, England. While archaeologists have called the Medieval ruins a “significant find”, the surprise has been both exciting and unfortunate for the man. BBC News reports that the ruins of the bishop’s palace – a Medieval […]

Study Finds US Academia is in Fact just Intolerant Leftist State Propaganda

    Surveying both victims and perpetrators of political discrimination in the US, the UK and Canada, researchers at an academic think tank have found intolerance toward dissent is only just beginning – and things may get much worse. Purporting to be the first paper of its kind to “investigate authoritarianism and political discrimination in […]

Official Arrested After Judge Finds 78% of Mail-in Ballots Were ‘Fraudulent’

A notary official in Aberdeen, Mississippi has been arrested after a judge found that 78 percent of mail-in ballots were fraudulent. Judge Jeff Weill ordered a new runoff election following the finding. You can unsubscribe any time. By subscribing you agree to our Terms of Use. In the sixty-four-page order, Judge Jeff Weill not only […]

Where’s your god now? Study finds atheists no less moral than believers

A recent series of surveys found numerous areas of overlap in the morality of believers and the non-religious, but also distinguished key differences in terms of group identity versus individuality in guiding people’s morality. Psychologist Tomas Stahl found that both the religious and atheists share a great deal of common morality, but added that while […]

Intel report finds Saudi crown prince approved Khashoggi murder

The release of the report, which was drafted by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, was the first time the U.S. government publicly blamed Mohammad bin Salman for Khashoggi’s brutal murder. Despite opting against direct punishments for the crown prince, the Biden administration’s actions are certain to reverberate across the Middle East and […]

Diversity Officer ‘One Of The Fastest-Growing Careers,’ LinkedIn Finds

By Chris Menahan One of the fastest-growing careers in America is that of diversity officer, according to data from LinkedIn. From LinkedIn: Protests sparked by the police-involved shootings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor caused organizations around the world to reckon with systemic racism and a lack of diversity in positions of power. Companies — […]

Coronavirus live: Israel finds one case of California strain that can’t be traced to travelers

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Latin America Finds Its Own Answers To Produce COVID-19 Vaccines

Above photo: Cuba debate. In a world harmed by the severe COVID-19 pandemic, the access to vaccines is being distorted by the rules of the open market and the deep gap between rich and poor nations. As the director of the World Health Organization (WHO), doctor Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, recently said, “the world is on […]

Israeli study finds natural disasters generate increase in charity, decrease in crime

Browse > Home / News / Israeli study finds natural disasters generate increase in charity, decrease in crime February 17, 2021 by TPS Read on for article Human history is replete with extreme events, which bring chaos into our lives. Natural disasters leave a trail of destruction, causing suffering, costing lives, destroying houses, livelihoods, crops […]

Turkey says finds bodies of 13 killed by militants in Iraq

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Study Finds CDC Inflated COVID Numbers by At Least 1,600%

Study Finds CDC Inflated COVID Numbers by At Least 1,600% Tap News / Weaver ER Editor: Predictably, it is hard to find reporting on this except in the independent media. See also REPORT: CDC Inflated COVID-19 Fatality Rates By 1600% by GreatGameIndia, and this by GatewayPundit, CDC Exposed: Inflated Covid Deaths By 1600% Throughout The […]

Study Finds Increase in Anti-Zionism at US Universities

(MEMO) The past few years have witnessed a significant rise in anti-Zionism across colleges and universities in the United States, a new study has found. Professor of Political Science at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, Miriam Elman, said in a study published by the Institute for National Security Studies […]

Ombudsman finds IDF responded poorly to coronavirus, but is improving

The military ombudsman released his annual report of soldiers’ complaints on Wednesday, detailing the troops’ claims of abuse, negligence and incompetence by commanders toward their subordinates in 2020, including many cases related to the Israel Defense Forces’ response to the coronavirus pandemic. According to his office, acting ombudsman Brig. Gen. (res.) Eitan Dahan, known formally […]

In first for 2021 election, poll finds Meretz doesn’t have enough votes to make it into Knesset

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Report Finds “Israel” Unprepared to Fight Hezbollah

By Staff, The National Interest Ironically, the “Israeli” Occupation Forces [IOF] – which prides itself on flexibility to rapidly adapt to the chaos of battle – bases its approach on the mission-oriented tactics of the World War II German army. Yet despite being a virtuoso on the battlefield, the Wehrmacht’s logistics skills were often lacking: […]

New Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Finds Compared to Sutton Hoo Hoard

An Anglo-Saxon burial ground has been excavated on land destined to become University of Cambridge student accommodation. Archaeologists have called the hoard of grave artifacts one of archaeology’s “most significant finds” since the in 1939 discovery of the Sutton Hoo treasure hoard. Excavators working for England’s University of Cambridge were redeveloping the city’s Croft Gardens for new […]

Long-Term Mask Use May Contribute To Advanced Stage Lung Cancer, Study Finds

By Phillip Schneider A recent study in the journal Cancer Discovery found that inhalation of harmful microbes can contribute to advanced stage lung cancer in adults. Long-term use of face masks may help breed these dangerous pathogens. Microbiologists agree that frequent mask wearing creates a moist environment in which microbes are allowed to grow and […]

Goats on Zoom: English farm finds new income by livening up video conferences

Many of us are struggling with lockdown fatigue – and if you’re working from home, you might be looking for ways to brighten up your video meetings. A British farmer was half-kidding when she suggested hiring out her goats to make surprise appearances. But a year into the pandemic, she has made over €56,000 doing […]

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