This first part in a series of articles by Larry Romanoff focuses on the history of the US military and its bioweapons, and reveals how the US not only created chemicals to kill individuals but also to destroy food supplies by releasing crop and plant disease agents.
We report on diamond batteries from radioactive waste, radiation-eating fungi, vitamin C and COVID-19, EU facial-recognition database, biosecurity powers, lab fraud and glyphosate safety evaluation, US nuclear disaster, Agenda ID2020 and more.
John Stuart Reid takes a scientific perspective on concert pitch, explaining the “pitch battles” in relation to music tuned to 432Hz, 440Hz or 444Hz; the power of music; music’s effect on our blood and its use as medicine; connection to the Phi ratio and more.
Dr Lawrence Broxmeyer provides background information on the coronavirus in the context of history and the prevalence of tuberculosis during previous pandemics and epidemics and concludes coronavirus may be just a passenger virus—the real culprit being TB.
In this excerpt from his recent book, Paul W. Lander presents results from experiments carried out over 13 years using counter-rotating electromagnets, illustrating with supporting photographs that time and gravity can be harnessed to extract energy from the Earth.
Duncan Roads reports on the internet presence of “Q” and “QAnon”, an entity releasing information about political corruption in the USA and messages from the future. He includes transcripts from YouTube videos by Austin Steinbart, who has now proclaimed himself “Q”.
Thierry Meyssan describes six conflicting global projects from six major world powers, including the three greats—the USA, China and Russia, and notes that each intends to defend their own interests first, before promoting their vision of the world.
Karen Mutton takes us into the subterranean world of the mysterious hypogea of Europe, highlighting the Hypogeum Ħal Saflieni in Malta which contained elongated skulls dating back to the Neolithic era and rooms found to have special acoustical properties.
Michael R. Hamblin, PhD discusses the potential of ultraviolet blood irradiation in the treatment of infections, as an immune-modulating therapy and as a method for normalising blood parameters—particularly with the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
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