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Article Image News Link • Global By Andy Corbley

There's been a lot of talk about vaccines these days, but not for bees. But a Cornell student has figured that since our most important pollinators are regularly exposed to lethal pesticides, there ought to be talk about a bee vaccine.

Article Image News Link • Global DR. JOSEPH MERCOLA

The World Economic Forum is not only thoroughly bonded to Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, but also to Transhumanism leading to biodigital convergence. All is based on scientism and the worship of science as the only source of truth for mank

Article Image News Link • Global by Loz Blain

Australian researchers have created what may be one of the most thermally stable materials ever discovered. This new zero thermal expansion (ZTE) material made of scandium, aluminum, tungsten and oxygen did not change in volume at temperatures rangin

Article Image News Link • Global by Michael Irving

A subatomic particle has been found to switch between matter and antimatter, according to Oxford physicists analyzing data from the Large Hadron Collider. It turns out that an unfathomably tiny weight difference between two particles could have saved

Article Image News Link • Global by Michael Irving

A quantum internet could one day allow quantum computers to team up and tackle some gigantic problems. Now the world is a step closer to that reality, as researchers at Toshiba have demonstrated quantum communications sent over a record-breaking 600

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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Unidentified flying objects (UFO) have repeatedly meddled with US nuclear technology, forcing some facilities to go offline, ex-head of Pentagon's Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, Luis Elizondo, told The Washin