2 captive beluga whales finally freed to a seawater sanctuary in Iceland

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Scientific Breakthrough: Israelis Pinpoint Earth’s Magnetic Field at Moment of Holy Temple’s Destruction

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Scientists used recorded data to link the Holy Temple’s destruction on a specific date in 586 BCE to measurements of the earth’s magnetic field on that day. Continue reading

Mystery ancestor mated with ancient humans. And its ‘nested’ DNA was just found.

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Historic Summer Cold

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Historic July cold has been registered in Sweden.” Coldest month of July in almost 60 years. Norway is also Suffering its ‘Coldest Summer for 60 Years.’ 23 weather stations measured their lowest-ever July temperature. Several cold records shattered in The Netherlands in July. It has never been colder since the start of the measurements. Continue reading

The Masks That Will Not Go Away

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The headline reads: Store Mask Bully Unleashes on Children, Tells Them ‘I Hope You All Die.’ Even young children are not spared during a rash of recent incidents in which pro-mask bullies have attacked strangers during their patrols of stores, parks, and other locations looking for mask violators amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Another headline: Couple Allegedly Maced by Unhinged Woman for Having Picnic While Not Wearing Masks.

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Top 10 Questions About Jasmine Plants

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If you’re at all like me, you don’t just choose plants that are sensible, you pick those that delight your senses. Jasmine fits the bill with its romantic flowers and honey sweet fragrance. You can find jasmines that are perfect for the summer garden or evergreen varieties that light up your backyard in winter. Continue reading

Tomatoes That Can Well – What Are The Best Canning Tomatoes

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In many areas we’re planning our summer gardens, and that usually means we’ll include tomatoes. Perhaps, you’re planning a big harvest and want extra tomatoes for canning. Preserving tomatoes is a common chore in late summer and one that some of us do regularly. Let’s take a look at some of the best canning tomatoes. Continue reading

Doctor who cured 350 coronavirus patients with 100% success rate speaks out passionately in Washington D.C.

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Dr. Stella Immanuel of the Rehoboth Medical Center in Houston, Texas went viral in a matter of hours after appearing live at the “White Coat Summit” in Washington, D.C. in front of the Supreme Court of the United States. Dr. Immanuel gave a hopeful, passionate speech about curing coronavirus patients with 100 percent effectiveness. Continue reading

Container Grown Vine Plants: Tips For Growing Vines In Containers

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Vines are a fantastic addition to the garden. They can be used as centerpieces or accents and backdrops for other plants. They can be trained up nearly any structure to draw attention to a wall or distract from an unsightly necessity like an air conditioning unit. They are also very versatile in that they can be grown easily in containers. Keep reading for information on how to grow vines in a pot. Continue reading

Farmed Salmon Is Getting Worse

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STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • While fishmeal and fish oil once made up about 90% of farmed Norwegian salmon feed, research suggests that by 2016, only 10% of the fat in farmed salmon feed was marine-based
  • High levels of vegetable oils, including rapeseed, or canola, are now used instead, which have had dramatic consequences for the salmon
  • Significant differences were seen in cultured salmon fat cells depending on the type of fatty acid they were exposed to, including changes in the amount of mitochondria — the cells’ powerhouses — and alterations in the release of fatty acids during fasting
  • The findings also suggested that oleic acid, found in vegetable oil, may promote overweight and obesity in Atlantic salmon
  • An undercover investigation in Vietnam, India, and The Gambia revealed that the demand for fishmeal and fish oil used in the aquaculture industry is still fueling overfishing and putting intense pressure on wild fish stocks

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Video: The Global Elite & The Coronavirus Coup D’état With Patrick Wood

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In this interview, Spiro is joined by Patrick Wood who is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. Continue reading

5G Radiation Linked To Coronavirus Infection, New Study Suggests

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A new paper published in the Journal of Biological Regulators & Homeostatic Agents posits there may be a unique, causally connected relationship between 5G millimeter wave exposure and coronavirus  an idea which, though widely discussed early on in the global COVID crisis, was eventually dismissed as “conspiracy theory” by the mainstream media and government officials, resulting in widespread censorship on social media platforms.  Continue reading

First underwater methane leak discovered near Antarctica

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Are Earth’s magnetic poles about to swap places? Strange anomaly gives clues.

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Deep inside the Earth, liquid iron is flowing and generating the Earth’s magnetic field, which protects our atmosphere and satellites against harmful radiation from the sun. This field changes over time, and also behaves differently in different parts of the world. The field can even change polarity completely, with the magnetic north and south poles switching places. This is called a reversal and last happened 780,000 years ago. Continue reading

Strange, spiral bee combs look like fantastical crystal palaces. Now we know why.

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In a world of bland hexagonal honeycombs, a small group of rebellious Australian bees has chosen to build spiral staircases. Continue reading