Daily Wrap Up

'Dark Winter' Debate, COVID Used To Push Bioelectric Medicine & COVID 'Civil Rights Law Immunity'
 Posted on 23 Oct 2020

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Article of the week

Google & Oracle to Monitor Americans Who Get Warp Speed’s Covid-19 Vaccine for up to Two Years
 Posted on 15 Oct 2020

Moncef Slaoui, the official head of Operation Warp Speed, told the Wall Street Journal last week that all Warp Speed vac

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Whitney Webb

Google & Oracle to Monitor Americans Who Get Warp Speed’s Covid-19 Vaccine for up to Two Years
 Posted on 15 Oct 2020

Moncef Slaoui, the official head of Operation Warp Speed, told the Wall Street Journal last week that all Warp Speed vac

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Derrick Broze

The Head of Operation Warp Speed & The Gates Foundation Are Pushing BioElectronics & Vaccine Patches
 Posted on 22 Oct 2020

To understand the goals of Operation Warp Speed we must understand Dr. Moncef Slaoui and his connections to Big Pharma a

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US Foreign Policy

COVID Re-infection "Confirmed" (With PCR Test) & More Evidence COVID Has Not Been Isolated
 Posted on 13 Oct 2020

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Technology

'Dark Winter' Debate, COVID Used To Push Bioelectric Medicine & COVID 'Civil Rights Law Immunity'
 Posted on 23 Oct 2020

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Cannabis Use Reduces Grey Matter in the Brain But Increases Connectivity


 28 Jul 2015
 Posted by Ryan Cristián
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Once again the internet is flush with a new batch of cannabis naysayers choosing to report a skewed version of a new study. The findings are interesting and have both good and bad results. As always,

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House Bills Could Completely Legalize Marijuana Across the U.S.


 28 Jul 2015
 Posted by Ryan Cristián
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Ninety-five years ago, alcohol was deemed such a dangerous substance that it was made illegal in the United States. The prohibition of alcohol lasted thirteen years, and in that time alcohol was more

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Why Americans Need to Travel the World


 28 Jul 2015
 Posted by Tim Bryant
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Backpacking can mean many things, but the idea of embarking on an open-ended journey into new unexplored lands, living minimally through a backpack and one’s own instincts, is the basic premise. Peo

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It’s Always Radioactive 100 Miles East of Philadelphia: An Analysis of Modern Nuclear Energy


 27 Jul 2015
 Posted by Anthony Tyler
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Regarding the future, it can be measured and statistically quantified (although certainly never precisely) in a number of ways, some of which certain people might argue are nonexistent, and others bei

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Affordable Education and Your Best Interests


 27 Jul 2015
 Posted by Andrea Alexander
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A few weeks ago, Obama proposed a plan to make the first two years of college free or more affordable for students. Everywhere you looked on the internet, people were posting comments along the lines

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U.S. Needs to Focus on Adult Education


 27 Jul 2015
 Posted by Varun Bhaskar
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The United States is suffering from multiple institutional crises, all the signs of imperial decline. Homeless rates are growing, health care services are failing, and the education system has turned

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