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Ziggy Kicks Out the Jams: Toronto Mike’d #409 by Toronto Mike’d Podcast
Sad that a single man in Rome (not the Pope) can solve a timeless puzzle but all of NASA’s so called scientists are still roving around a sound stage with their remote controlled toys.
Dear friends, it is most ironic that the greatest (and still ongoing) astronomical controversy of all times revolved around our own Moon’s motions. After all, the Moon is our largest, nearmost and thus most intensely studied celestial body:
Interesting article on the polio vaccination deception.
There is a rarely mentioned epidemic raging in the world today, one that is crippling children in more than 100 countries. In extreme cases the disease starts with a fever, which is followed by vomiting, delirium and spreading pain. Within days of being infected, the motor-neurone cells in victims’ spines cease to function properly. Pain intensifies as victims’ limbs are paralysed. In the very worst cases, their chests are also paralysed, which prevents them from breathing. Even when the children recover
If you’re going to screw the population with a new tax (not sure if Macron withdrew it yet), then a simterror event shortly thereafter helps scatter the yellow jackets and help everyone forget (or swallow) the bitter pill.
A shooting in the French city of Strasbourg killed four people and wounded 11 others near a world-famous Christmas market Tuesday, sparking a broad lockdown and a search for the suspected gunman, who remained at large.
Fake video dramatically alters eyewitness accounts
Dr Wade said: “Over the previous decade we have seen rapid advances in digital-manipulation technology. As a result, almost anyone can create convincing, yet fake, images or video footage. Our research shows that if fake footage is extremely compelling, it can induce people to testify about something they never witnessed.”