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A collection of news.
Before I go into the collection of news, I want to make a philosophical statement since I am thinking about it.
Here is the statement. To my senses, it’s good to focus on defending our dignity and helping each other without demanding or even expecting total agreement on every monumental mystery of life or postulate of science, this second, immediately, or else you are not on my team.
(Since when did it become available to human beings to know the final and definitive answer to every big question of science and history—and know it right now? I think that if the goal is the truth, then closing one’s mind after making it up at one point in time is not a winning strategy.)
In my observations, being dogmatic stems from a lack of faith in the beauty of the universe, and that’s really what it is. (“If everyone doesn’t immediately abandon any views about important things that don’t coincide with mine, then all the world’s burdens will fall on my shoulders, and it’s unfair to me!!!” Jeez, have some faith, you are not alone in this universe!)
I am saying this as a mere observation, no judgement. In my own life, up until a certain point, I used to depend on external validation of my views and felt heartbroken if any of my appointed “heroes” made choices that I didn’t like. I remember that very well! Then I grew up. Today, I feel chill.
I try to put a lot of soul into forming my opinions, I am usually confident about my opinions—but I make it a point to avoid fanaticism. In my own life, I care more about people than about ideas. Ideas and perceptions come and go, science changes—and the heart remains—and as long as the compass of the heart is on the truth, life will get us there, I think. That’s how I feel about it at the moment anyway. :)
Now the news.
#1. An incredibly heartwarming video from Canada. I believe that underneath it all, this entire thing is about remembering our soul. When human beings (us) are connected to our souls, and stand together, and help each other stand straight, we are invincible.
#2. My story about the Internet of Underwater Things was published by Mercola.
I recommend you read it because it’s nuts (PDF).
#3. Speaking of the Internet of Things, looks like somebody didn’t quite think this through!
#4. 1000 Peer Reviewed Studies Questioning Covid-19 Vaccine Safety
#5. An amusing bit.
#5. “Moderna CEO Just Dumped $400 Million in Stock and Deleted His Twitter Account” (I believe the $400M is over two years).
#6. The disturbing and gruesome section.
Impossible (disgusting, really bad) police brutality in New Zealand.
An alarming report from an embalmer, sent by Kirsch. There have been a number of reports about pathologists and embalmers finding extensive clotting and strange things in people who passed away after getting a COVID injection. I don’t like to send gruesome stories but they are none the less happening!
#7. To end it on a good note, here’s from Australia.
And here’s New York tomorrow (Sunday), I’ll be speaking.
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