Monthly Archives: November 2020

Overview: nuclear scientists as assassination targets – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

The disadvantages of assassinating nuclear scientists are many, including the possibility that assassinations will inspire retaliation, reduce the likelihood of a diplomatic solution, and increase the difficulties international regulators face in monitoring a covert nuclear program. In the abstract, moral … Continue reading

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British Medical Journal Editor: ‘Medical-Political Complex’ Is Corrupt and Suppressing Science

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
Dr. Kamran Abbasi is the executive editor of the prestigious British Medical Journal, editor of the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, and a consultant editor for PLOS Medicine. He is editor of the…

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COVID Vaccine Hesitancy Widespread, Even Among Health Professionals

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  By  Jeremy Loffredo Public health groups, including the World Health Organization, are making a concerted effort to reduce COVID vaccine hesitancy, as many medical professionals and minority groups remain doubtful about safety…

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“Bloody Sunday” in the Military Service (1916-1923) Pensions Collection

Originally posted on Military Service (1916-1923) Pensions Collection:
Blue icons – operations carried out. Yellow icons – planned/unsuccessful operations Extracts from James Bird’s sworn statement in support of his military service pension application. Introduction: The coordinated operation to attack suspected…

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Leading COVID Vaccine Candidates Plagued by Safety Concerns

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
  Unproven technologies, unsafe ingredients and inadequate testing — fortunately, current law prohibits mandating unlicensed vaccines approved for “emergency use.” By Alix Mayer, MBA The Defender “It works!” trumpeted the normally stoic Nature…

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Media Multitasking Is Ruining Our Memory. Can We Fix It?

Remembering something is a complicated problem for the brain. First, you have to encode the memory into your neural networks; then it has to stick around. Source: Media Multitasking Is Ruining Our Memory. Can We Fix It?

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