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Nicanor Perlas: It will take an extra level of courage to end this “pandemic”

The following one-hour video is a conversation between Nicanor Perlas and Rowena Ebdani-Suarez which was recorded on the fourth day of the Kaya Natin ‘To Festival  held last December 6, 2020.  Some of the questions addressed by Nicanor during the conversation include the following:  What is it that are we healing from collectively? Where is the scientific […]

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Prof. Dolores Cahill: Assert your freedoms

The following is a 28-minute video of Prof. Dolores Cahill taken on November 28, 2020 in Dublin during an anti-coronavirus measures protest. Cahill starts her speech with a quote from Edmund Burke: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”. In the video Cahill talks about the […]

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German doctor files lawsuit against Fact Checkers

The following 11-minute video is an interview between Ben Swann of Truth in Media and Dr. Reiner Fuellmich who represents Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg in a law suit against social media Fact Checkers. Dr. Fuellmich says that Fact Checkers are being hired by Big Tech companies to manipulate truth. Dr. Wodarg became popular for exposing the […]

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Scientists call for retraction of Corman-Drosten paper

The following article was written by Celia Farber and was published by Uncover DC last December 3, 2020. In it, Farber reports on the anomalies surrounding the publication of the Corman-Drosten paper, which is currently the basis of the RT-PCR tests used to detect SARS-CoV-2 infection. Twenty-two (22) international scientists have sent a letter to […]

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The significance of host resistance

Kids develop coronavirus antibodies without testing positive

The following article published by Science Alert reports on the curious case of the Sawenko family, where parents got sick of COVID-19 while their children did not. The two boys, aged 9 and 7, had mild symptoms but their PCR tests were negative. Meanwhile, the 5-year old daughter, who co-slept with her parents showed no […]

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New York Times: Immunity to coronavirus may last for years

Reinfection of the coronavirus may not be a major issue after all, as several scientific studies are already showing that the human body can mount a successful, long-lasting immune response. In this article for The New York Times, Apoorva Mandavilli cites a new study conducted by several researchers from the Center for Infectious Disease and […]

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What bats can teach humans about coronavirus immunity

In this article for JSTOR Daily, Lina Zeldovich looks at the unique capacity of bats to co-exist with several viruses. Zeldovich says, “Unlike humans, bats don’t develop an outsized immune system response. The hypothesis is that they somehow suppress the inflammation and co-exist with the viruses”.  Other theories on the high infection tolerance among bats include: […]

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Collective Actions How extensive is the pandemic?

400+ experts: Talk of a second wave is misleading

In an open letter to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 469 academics said that the risk of COVID-19 is exaggerated and the talk of a second wave is misleading.  The letter reads: “The management of crisis has become disproportionate and is now causing more harm than good. We urge policy makers to remember that this […]

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Didier Raoult takes hydroxychloroquine battle to court

Didier Raoult, director of the IHU, the Institute of Infectious Diseases in Marseille and one of the first to champion the use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) for COVID-19 treatment, has filed a complaint against the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM). Raoult’s legal representative, Fabrice di Vizio, states that the French […]

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BBC: Indian scientists suggest that unsanitary conditions saved lives from severe COVID-19

Two new papers written by Indian scientists suggest that low hygiene, lack of clean drinking water, and unsanitary conditions may have actually saved many lives from COVID-19 complications. One paper shows that high income countries had higher COVID-19 mortality. A second paper looks at the role of the human microbiome in boosting the human immune […]