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September 22, 2021

Sep 22 14:54

Gain-of-function research

Gain-of-function research (GoF research or GoFR) is medical research that genetically alters an organism in a way that may enhance the biological functions of gene products. This may include an altered pathogenesis, transmissibility, or host range, i.e. the types of hosts that a microorganism can infect. This research is intended to reveal targets to better predict emerging infectious diseases and to develop vaccines and therapeutics. For example, influenza B can only infect humans and harbor seals.[1] Introducing a mutation that would allow influenza B to infect rabbits in a controlled laboratory situation would be considered a "gain of function" experiment as the virus did not previously have that function.[2][3] That type of experiment could then help reveal which parts of the virus are responsible for its host range, enabling the creation of antiviral medicines which block this function.[3]

Sep 22 14:34

Coats at the ready! Autumn officially begins in the Northern Hemisphere TONIGHT when the sun will be directly above the equator, making day and night equal in length

If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, it's almost time to get your coats out of storage, as autumn will officially begin tonight.

The autumn equinox will take place at 20:21 BST today (September 22) – officially marking the arrival of autumn and colder temperatures for the Northern Hemisphere.

Sep 22 14:29

Biden Job Approval Tanks Among Black Voters Over Vaccine Mandate

President Joe Biden’s job approval has been steadily sinking over the last few weeks — he is at just 43% approval in the latest Gallup poll out Wednesday — but his decision to empower the Occupational Health and Safety Administration to police COVID-19 vaccinations in thousands of workplaces is tanking him with black voters, specifically, per Morning Consult.

The news seems to coincide with a protest out of New

Sep 22 14:20

Psaki Blames Prime Minister Boris Johnson For Biden Refusing To Take Questions In Oval Office

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki blamed British Prime Boris Johnson for President Joe Biden’s refusal to take questions yesterday while the two leaders were in the Oval Office.

Sep 22 13:44

US risks defaulting its debts, which could set off 'cataclysmic' situation for economy, analysts say

The fight over raising the nation's borrowing limit underscores a reality for Democrats as they are in the midst of their highest-stakes moment for President Joe Biden's sweeping legislative agenda: thrusting a potential default into the mix may have devastating consequences.

A mild recession, according to analysts, would likely be the best-case scenario in the event of the US government defaulting on its debts, a limit the country is expected to reach next month and for which Congress must act to increase. The worst case scenario would involve downstream effects of potentially cascading job losses, a shut down in tens of billions in Covid-19 economic recovery aid still set to be delivered, a near-freeze in credit markets and gross domestic product taking a tangible hit that could last for multiple quarters.

Sep 22 13:39

America’s car crash epidemic - vox

Driving kills as many Americans each year as guns do. Experts say that’s preventable.

By Marina Bolotnikova on September 19, 2021 9:00 am

Note: vaccidents?

Sep 22 13:33

Texas Restaurant doesn't allow you to wear masks.



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Sep 22 12:23

Pelosi meets Boris Johnson and shows him photo of her father watching Churchill addressing Congress in 1941 - just three weeks after Pearl Harbor when he predicted that Allies would 'beat the life out of savage Nazis'

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson continued his U.S. tour on Wednesday with meetings with American lawmakers in the U.S. Capitol building where he praised democracy as 'vital' to the world.


Sep 22 12:22

Levin: The Democratic Party is the enemy of the Declaration of Independence

Sep 22 12:21

Winged microchip the size of a grain of SAND is the smallest human-made flying structure ever created, and could transform the way scientists track airborne diseases and air pollution

A microchip the size of a grain of sand is the smallest human-made flying structure ever created, according to its developers, who say it could track airborne disease.


Sep 22 12:21

Excusez-moi: Biden calls Macron to say he should have been more open about submarine negotiations and agrees to meeting - French president relents and says his ambassador will return to DC next week

The White House and France released a joint statement on the call, which came after after the U.S., Britain and Australia infuriated the French with a new deal for Australia to acquire nuclear-powered submarines.

Sep 22 12:19

Biden's desperate bid to save his domestic agenda: President will today host series of crisis meetings to bring together warring factions of his own party over two major bills to avoid disaster

President Joe Biden will host Democratic leaders and lawmakers at the White House Wednesday in an effort to pull together his party to get his two major bills passed, as Republicans threaten to use the debt ceiling to hold Biden's legislative agenda hostage.

Sep 22 12:16

AUSTRIAN DOCTOR BLOWS THE WHISTLE ON VACCINE SIDE EFFECTS ON THE YOUNG.

Sep 22 12:14

Sky News Australia drops bomb on Fauci, calls him “incredibly stupid” for funding illegal gain-of-function coronavirus research in Wuhan


Sep 22 12:14

The Border Agents Accused Of Whipping Migrants Have Been Assigned To Administrative Duties, DHS Chief Mayorkas Reveals

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas revealed Wednesday that border officials seen in photos rounding up migrants on horseback to push them back across the Mexico border have been reassigned to desk duty while the incidents are being investigated.

Sep 22 12:14

Haitian Deportees BITE ICE Agents And Assault Pilots On Deportation Flights Back To Port-Au-Prince

Haitian immigrants deported back to the Caribbean nation have bit Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers and assaulted pilots on deportation flights back to Port-au-Prince, according to new reports.

Sep 22 12:11

Woke Virginia school board votes to investigate whether to pay black residents reparations after it ignored landmark 1954 Supreme Court ruling banning segregation for 14 years after it was passed

A scandal-hit school board has now launched a study into whether it would be appropriate to give reparations to black people after it previously ignored a landmark desegregation ruling.


Sep 22 12:10

Biblical Story of Sodom Likely Inspired by 'Cosmic Airburst' Bigger Than Tunguska Blast, Study Says

One of the authors of the research pointed out that there is no scientific proof that the destroyed city is “indeed the Sodom of the Old Testament”.

A new study recently published in the journal Nature Scientific Reports postulates that the ancient city of Tall el-Hammam, which thrived in the Jordan Valley over three and a half thousand years ago, was destroyed by a powerful “cosmic airburst” in about 1,650 BC.

In their study, the researchers postulate that the "proposed airburst" was larger than the 1908 Tunguska event where a supposed bolide "detonated with?~?1000×?more energy than the Hiroshima atomic bomb".

The scientists point to a "1.5-m-thick carbon-and-ash-rich destruction layer" at the archaeological site where the city once stood, with said layer apparently dating back to the period of time in question.

Sep 22 12:10

'I was riding a hydrofoil not an electric surfboard': Mark Zuckerberg issues VERY glib response to NY Times story claiming he approved plan to promote positive coverage of Facebook and himself on users' News Feeds

Mark Zuckerberg responded to a New York Times story claiming he approved a plan to promote himself on Facebook's news feed by correcting their claim he rode an electric surfboard.

Sep 22 12:09

McDonald's aims to 'drastically' reduce plastic in Happy Meal toys in favor of more sustainable materials as part of plan to slash plastic waste by 90% by 2025

McDonald's says it plans to drastically cut the use of plastic in its Happy Meals toys, despite releasing a new line of plastic figurines in the US.

Sep 22 12:09

Canada to protest against the Quebec domestic vaccine passport


Sep 22 12:03

Has a new species of dinosaur been discovered? Triceratops, a duck-billed dinosaur and a unknown fossil are found in Montana

A group of researchers working in Montana's Hell Creek Formation have discovered the fossilized remains of four different dinosaurs, including one that may be a new species.

The paleontologists, which come from the University of Washington and the Burke Museum,

Sep 22 12:03

Landlords fill 240 BIN BAGS with trash after winning 18-month battle to evict nightmare tenant who wrecked EVERY room and ‘only paid ONE month's rent’

Two landlords have filled 240 bin bags with trash after winning an 18-month battle to evict a tenant who they say wrecked every room and only paid one month's rent.

Jane Shoulders, 60, and her 63-year-old husband Vic decided to rent out their three-bedroom house for £750 per month after relocating to be near a sick relative.


Sep 22 12:03

Kanye West reaches an agreement with tech company that sued him for $20M after claims he stole their ideas

Kanye West has reached a deal to end a lawsuit with a tech company who accused him of stealing their ideas.

Sep 22 11:57

Australian study finds drugs already in use to treat other diseases could be used to alleviate the symptoms of Alzheimer's

New findings from a Queensland medical research center has found existing medications can be used to treat Alzheimer's.


Sep 22 11:55

Son of Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro brands Bill de Blasio a 'Marxist' on Tucker Carlson after the mayor told him not to go to the UN because he is unvaccinated and claims left wingers 'want to control everything'

The son of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro slammed ‘Marxist’ Mayor Bill de Blasio for forcing his unvaccinated father to eat pizza on a Manhattan sidewalk while his father is in town for the United Nations General Assembly.

Sep 22 11:54

Funeral truck telling people 'don't get vaccinated' circles North Carolina stadium during football game in pro-vaccination stunt

A funeral truck circled a football stadium in Charlotte during Sunday's Panthers v. Saints game with a simple message: 'Don't get vaccinated.'



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Sep 22 11:52

'What's Up With All These Federal Takeovers?': Thune Accuses Dems Of Pushing 'Radical' Legislation

Sep 22 11:50

One Giant Step For Sin City? Developers Plan 735ft-High Vegas Resort In Shape Of The MOON That Has 4,000 Hotel Rooms, A Lagoon And Its Very Own 'Lunar Colony'

Is a giant moon set to touch down in Las Vegas? Apparently, there's one in the pipeline.

Sep 22 11:50

Political commentator Kim Iversen unpacks ‘alarming and shocking’ COVID data from Israel


Sep 22 11:49

How humans lost their tails: New study isolates single genetic mutation responsible for loss of tails in our ancestors and fellow Great Apes 20 million years ago

Humanity's ancestors have all had tails, but researchers may have identified the genetic mutation responsible for humans and certain primates losing the appendage, a new study suggests.

Sep 22 11:48

Taliban asks to address world leaders at UN General Assembly after Afghanistan takeover

The Taliban has asked to speak to world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week.


Sep 22 11:39

How the CDC used the movie ‘Contagion’ to exploit the anthrax plot and increase their staff and budgets

Newly released documents have revealed the extent of the CDC’s role in the 2011 film, and how they milked the positive publicity. But they also beg the question why they weren’t more prepared for a real pandemic, like Covid.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is one of the fastest-growing federal agencies of recent decades. In 1987, their budget was $590 million but by 2020 it had ballooned to over $8 billion, leading journalist Eric Boehm to observe, “If the agency had grown with inflation since 1987, it would have a budget of about $1.3 billion today. Total federal spending, meanwhile, has grown from a hair over $1 trillion in 1987 to $4.4 trillion last year—which means that the CDC's budget has grown faster [than] the government’s overall spending.”

Sep 22 11:39

Instagram, the Internet's Cool Mom, Leaves Up Videos Encouraging Kids to Steal From School

Like an aging water park, Facebook owes its continued existence to occasionally throwing in a new wave pool (Instagram) and then spending most of the rest of its days sipping a cold one and paying the settlements on the injury lawsuits, safe in the knowledge that it’s the only game in town. Now that a formidable rival is threatening to put it out of business, it must ask itself: what does TikTok have that I don’t? We ripped off literally everything, but they’ve still got the kids—hey, what about those kids cracking skulls in the parking lot?

Welcome to KrunkTown, aka Reels, aka the future of Facebook.

Sep 22 11:38

The porn industry turns to K Street to fight Trump-fueled internet regulations

The porn industry needs protection. From Congress, that is.

A trade organization for the adult entertainment industry has hired a D.C. lobbying firm to build its relationships with lawmakers and to advocate on behalf of key policies that affect the industry. Most notably it is trying to beat back major changes to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act — a shield for internet platforms that safeguards them from liability for what their users post. The provision has become a flashpoint for conservatives after former President Donald Trump seized on the issue as a means of firing back at the platforms that have policed his posts.

Sep 22 11:37

The Treasury Department's lucrative revolving door

A lot of government agencies can propel their public-sector employees into high-paying private-sector gigs. Sitting squarely at the top of the list is the Treasury Department.

Why it matters: Treasury has almost unlimited financial power.

Treasury secretaries seen as being friendly to Wall Street — think Robert Rubin, Larry Summers or Tim Geithner — invariably exit to multimillion-dollar salaries in the financial sector. Steven Mnuchin has managed to do even better for himself.

Driving the news: Mnuchin has raised $2.5 billion so far for a private equity fund, including from Saudi Arabia, a country toward whom he was notably friendly while in office. If the fund is structured with a standard 2% management fee, that’s $50 million per year right there for Mnuchin and his colleagues, before they make a single penny from investment returns.


Sep 22 11:37

Facebook tested secret project, approved by Mark Zuckerberg, that pushed positive spin about company to combat bad press – reports

Facebook reportedly conducted a secret campaign to push more positive content about the platform – some written internally – via its users’ ‘News Feeds’ in a bid to counter the effects of negative media coverage on its reputation.

The social media giant’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg apparently personally approved the initiative – dubbed ‘Project Amplify’ – in August, despite Facebook executives being shocked by the idea when it was proposed at a meeting in January, according to the New York Times.

Sep 22 11:36

'Steel barrier' of HUNDREDS of state trooper SUVs line the border in 'unprecedented' move to stem the tide of Haitian migrants after Biden made mockery of pledge to send them home by RELEASING thousands into America

Texas Governor Greg Abbot has been forced to use 'unprecedented' methods to prevent more Haitian migrants from entering U.S. by creating a 'steel barrier' of hundreds of vehicles at the border.

Sep 22 11:34

EXCLUSIVE: Asian hostess attacked by three black women over 'N-word insult' at Carmine's had only been working there 'for a few days and hasn't returned': Management 'tells staff customers showed fake vaccination cards' as they release footage of incident

The Asian hostess who was attacked by three black women at Carmine's had only been working at the famed New York City restaurant for a few days, a staffer revealed

Sep 22 11:34

'I do regret having dinners with Jeffrey... but he's dead now, so...': Bill Gates looks VERY uncomfortable as he squirms his way through interview about his friendship with pedophile Epstein

The Microsoft founder, 65, first met Epstein at his Manhattan townhouse in 2011 after the financier had been convicted of soliciting sex from a minor in 2008.

Sep 22 11:30

Biden Practically Tells UN That America Is No Longer A Superpower - (2 Videos)

The United States is moving into a “new era of relentless diplomacy,” President Biden announced Tuesday throughout the opening of the UN General Assembly, notwithstanding several glaring diplomatic errors by his administration in recent weeks.

In the days leading up to the UNGA, the Biden administration has been forced to respond to Congress for the chaotic troop departure from Afghanistan, as well as diplomatic frustration from France over the nuclear-powered submarine deal with the United Kingdom and Australia.

“Simply put, we stand, in my view, at an inflection point in history. And I’m here to share with you how the United States intends to work with partners and allies to answer these questions, and the commitment of my new administration to help lead the world toward a more peaceful, prosperous future for all people.”

Sep 22 11:29

Biden Under Fire For Not Disclosing True Number Of Afghan Evacuees

Lawmakers on Tuesday aired frustration over a lack of data disclosed by the Biden administration, which has boasted of evacuating more than 124,000 people from Afghanistan but hasn't provided a precise breakdown of the different categories of those who fled the country amid and after the U.S. withdrawal.

Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.), talking with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, stressed a gap between the 60,000 people who have been taken into the U.S. and the total number evacuated.



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Sep 22 11:27

The Day The Media Turned On Biden: Psaki Grilled By 'Once Friendly' CBS

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was shocked Tuesday after CBS anchor Gayle King slammed recent "very bad behavior" by the U.S. internationally.

King said on "CBS Mornings" that "there's a lot of incoming" at the White House these days, given a recent spate of negative headlines at home and away for the Biden administration. After Psaki spoke of President Joe Biden's Tuesday address before the United Nations General Assembly as forward-looking, King added that Biden couldn't "ignore what has happened before."

"We’re still getting hammered for how the withdrawal from Afghanistan happened," King said. "Everybody knows, many people believe it was time. It’s just the way that it was done … That’s not a good look. You look at what’s happening with immigration. You look at France now saying that they’ve been betrayed by the United States. So I get that we have to look forward. But what are we doing to justify or explain what appears to be very bad behavior on our part?"

Sep 22 11:27

Dems In Trouble As AOC Progressives Blackmail Pelosi On Spending Bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) tried to reassure moderate members of her conference late Monday that they would not be required to pass a spending bill with a higher price tag than any legislation the Senate approves.

In a so-called “Dear Colleague” letter, Pelosi told her fellow Democrats that while she hoped the bill that comes to the floor will call for $3.5 trillion in spending, in accordance with the budget framework passed by the House last month, “[w]e must be prepared for adjustments”.

Pelosi has held off on bringing a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill previously passed by the Senate up for a vote while congressional Democrats and the White House try to beat out the details of the larger proposal — which they hope to force through both chambers without Republican help through the parliamentary maneuver of reconciliation.

Sep 22 11:26

Be the Free Guy: Social-Proof Conformity Crumbles with Simple Action by One Person

A famous conformity experiment developed by Solomon Asch in the 1950s, provides stunning evidence of our willingness to follow the crowd — despite the evidence of our own eyes. Social proof, a powerful force in molding behavior, has become a political tool, amplified by social media, mainstream media and academia. But there's a simple remedy also revealed in the Asch conformity experiments that requires action by only one person — you.

Sep 22 11:25

Texas 'Steel Wall' of Cars Blocks Migrants at Border

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has taken "unprecedented" measures to deter thousands of migrants from crossing into the state by parking Texas National Guard and Texas Department of Public Safety vehicles along the U.S.-Mexico border near the Del Rio International Bridge.

"We put hundreds of Texas Department of Public Safety cars and created a steel wall — a steel wall of DPS vehicles — that prevented anybody from crossing that dam that you’ve seen people walk across," Abbott told Fox News Tuesday. "We effectively ... regained control of the border."

Thousands of migrants are living in makeshift huts and sleeping in the dirt under the bridge, waiting for their turn to be processed by U.S. immigration authorities. Abbott has blamed President Joe Biden for the situation, saying the federal government is not doing enough to secure the country's southern border.


Sep 22 11:24

How Can You Be Content With a Counterfactual Explanation of an Orchestrated “Pandemic”?

Here is a collection of articles from Global Research documenting the Covid Deception that has been fostered on the Western World. The deception that is being forced on people is so counterfactual that it is difficult to avoid the question whether a very dark agenda is in play. Our insouciance and inaction are allowing the net of deception to close us in and prevent our resistance.

Sep 22 11:24

Furious row over leaked WhatsApp messages from Equalities Minister Kemi Badenoch saying she doesn't 'care about colonialism' in Africa because it was only old elites who lost out

Kemi Badenoch was at the centre of a colonialism row today after WhatsApp messages in which she said she didn't 'care' about its impact on Africa were leaked.

The Equalities Minister said that those who lost out most when European states controlled Africa were 'old elites' rather than the regular people, in messages handed to Vice News.

Sep 22 11:23

Eco-zealots make a mockery of Priti by pitching up OUTSIDE her window: SAME M25 mob defy threats to jail them as they sit on the road outside Home Office and burn their bail release papers (but police STILL aren't arresting them)

Eco-zealots from Insulate Britain have thwarted an injunction that could see them chucked in jail by descending on the Home Office.

Activists blocked off a road, lit a fire and burned manuscripts in the central London street - which dodges the court order that only covers the M25.



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Sep 22 11:22

America's new Space Force unveils uniforms for its 'Guardians' which bear an uncanny resemblance to those worn in 'Battlestar Galactica' - months after being mocked for its 'Star Trek' logo

The US Space Force unveiled a new prototype for its dress uniform on Tuesday, which was immediately compared to outfits worn by soldiers in Battlestar Galactica, Star Wars, Star Trek and other sci-fi classics.

Sep 22 11:17

The Washington Post Turns On Biden: White House Bureau Chief Slams Biden For Shutting Down Questions From Reporters And Praises Boris Johnson For His 'Respect For A Free Press'

The Washington Post's White House bureau chief Ashley Parker is the latest journalist to slam the Biden administration for shutting down questions from American reporters during the president's meeting Tuesday with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Sep 22 11:05

Trump sues his niece Mary and the New York Times for $100M over 'insidious plot to smuggle his confidential and highly-sensitive records' out of attorney's office for story about his tax history

Donald Trump on Tuesday sued his niece Mary and The New York Times over their reporting on his tax affairs, accusing them of 'an insidious plot' to obtain confidential records, and is seeking an excess of $100 million in damages.

The former president filed his case against Mary, the paper and three of its reporters.

Sep 22 11:02

Biden dents Boris's hopes of a transatlantic free trade deal: President warns it needs to be 'worked through' leaving Boris Johnson with booby-prize option of joining US-Mexico-Canada pact

Joe Biden has dented Boris Johnson's hopes of a transatlantic trade deal, warning that it will need to be 'worked through' and leaving the British PM with the booby prize option of joining the US-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) pact.

Sep 22 11:01

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Sep 22 11:01

'What A F****** A******': Biden Swore When He Saw Trump Had Set-Up A Giant Screen To Practice His GOLF In The White House

President Joe Biden dismissed his predecessor as a 'f**king a**hole' upon seeing the 'toys' he left behind when Biden first moved into the White House in January 2021, according to new Trump book 'Peril' released on Tuesday.

Sep 22 11:01

Boris Johnson praises ‘vital’ US democracy as he meets Pelosi who shows him photo of her father watching Churchill addressing Congress in 1941 and trying to persuade US to join WWII

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson continued his U.S. tour on Wednesday with meetings with American lawmakers in the U.S. Capitol building where he praised democracy as 'vital' to the world.

Sep 22 11:00

MO Senate Candidate Eric Greitens Tells the War Room He WILL NOT Back Mitch McConnell as GOP Senate Leader When Elected

US Senate Candidate Eric Greitens joined Steve Bannon on The War Room on Tuesday morning. Greitens announced that once elected to the US Senate he would vote against Sen. Mitch McConnell as GOP Senate Leader.

Sep 22 10:59

Biden Finally Admits Border Out of Control, Says “We Will Get It Under Control”

Joe Biden finally admitted what has been clear since the day he took office last January and started dismantling President Trump’s border and immigration policies–that the U.S. southern border is out of control.

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