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World Still Heating Up as Time Stands Still

War Still Seems to be a Favorite Money Making Hobby

countries currently at war 2023You’ve heard of the “Problem – Reaction – Solution” tactic that some governments follow in order to submit their people to the “solution” they wanted to implement anyway? Well, if you haven’t already noticed, there are problems, still, in many parts of the world. Ukraine issues continue with no end in site, and now U.S. and Other Countries Evacuate Embassy Staff From Sudan. Checking the map, looks like there’s some white spaces where the illustrator of this map (countries currently at war 2023) are missing a few colors in their box of crayons.

Debate Continues Mainstream While Critical Thinkers Say: “I Told You So”

The Corona Virus Pandemic was “government gaslighting” at it’s worse, and over protective paranoia at its best. Was the science correct? Public health authorities betrayed science during the pandemic, and their credibility suffered. Had it actually been ‘following the science’ on masking, the CDC would have transparently communicated its uncertainty at every step. In other words, we are learning more and more that they were “just winging it” which is considered junk science. How does one tell good science from junk science? Junk science is anecdotal whereas good science is measured and tested. So, can we first test the idea of injecting our livestock before we eat vaccinated bacon? Food industry trade mags try to assuage the public. (“assuage” definition: to lessen the intensity of (something that pains or distresses) it’s no coincidence the word is pronounced: “a-sewage”

Arizona Game and Fish Department Does Good for Conservation

Arizona is home to over 800 different species—and only one state agency is on the ground, every day, conserving and protecting all of them. The Arizona Game and Fish Department actively manages specific wildlife populations, with a team of biologists in the field restoring viable habitats, monitoring populations for sustainability, and reestablishing threatened and endangered species. From Burrowing owls, American kestrel, to Bighorn Sheep, this State department is doing good for the animals of the Southwest.

NASA says “Earth Still Round” – Earth Day celebrated

Ahh yes, our “Blue Marble” is still floating away in a star-less space, yet, the so-called “mass hallucination” of the rising flat earth movement across the interwebs claims CGI and fake news. The Weather Channel has confidence, but Neurodope asks: did an old Greek guy proved beyond a reasonable doubt that we live on a globe? Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally and  includes 1 billion people in more than 193 countries. The official theme for 2023 is Invest In Our Planet.

X-rays from Space can Kill Us All, but we are Saved, thanks to Chandra

An exploded star can pose more risks to nearby planets than previously thought, according to a new study from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and their X-ray telescope. This newly identified threat involves a phase of intense X-rays that can damage the atmospheres of planets over 100 light-years away. Although Earth is not in danger now it may have experienced such X-ray exposure in the past.

So, if you’ve watched the video until the end, let’s pose a questions:

Could an exploding supernova from thousands of years ago be the explanation for Noah’s flood?

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