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China’s shadowy miniature spaceplane appears to have deployed at least six objects into orbit while conducting its latest mission, its third. The reusable space vehicle, which is understood to be broadly comparable to the U.S. Space Force’s X-37B, clearly has military applications, although the exact nature of its payloads remains mysterious.

The newest and much-hyped obesity drugs are, at their core, powerful appetite suppressants. When you eat fewer calories than you burn, the body starts scavenging itself, breaking down fat, of course, but also muscle. About a quarter to a third of the weight shed is lean body mass, and most of that is muscle.

Every 11 or so years, the sun undergoes an epic transformation: its magnetic poles reverse. Like on Earth, the sun has a magnetic North and a magnetic South. But unlike Earth, whose poles flip on the order of hundreds of thousands of years, the sun’s shuffle is a regular occurrence.

More than 70 percent of embalmers have reported finding strange, fibrous white blood clots in corpses in 2023 – which didn't exist before the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

This was the finding of a recent survey that polled 269 embalmers across four countries and three continents. A similar survey conducted in late 2022 revealed that 66 percent of embalmers began finding the unusual clots in mid-2021. This result suggested a connection to the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, which started in December 2020. 

The Bangkok Post in Thailand published a piece recently that exposes Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccines" for causing all sorts of serious health issues, including autoimmunity, brain disorders and cancer.

Receiving multiple COVID injections, i.e., a double-dose mRNA (modRNA) from Pfizer-BioNTech followed by a "booster," can cause all sorts of health horrors to manifest, potentially resulting in early death. 

French public and advertising giant Publicis Groupe — the lead funder of  “disinformation” watchdog NewsGuard — has agreed to pay $350 million as part of a settlement with state attorneys general over the company’s role in America’s opioid crisis.

The New York Times bucked powerful pressure from the transgender lobby to showcase some of the teenagers who were pushed and harmed by irreversible surgery and body-changing hormones.

The landmark article may help many other progressives quietly recognize the cruelty of converting unhappy teenagers into lifetime subjects for use by the political lobby and its medical allies.

President Biden's planned trip to East Palestine, Ohio, is pure politics as the election cycle begins. The White House plans to do a victory lap on its response to the train derailment that nuked the small town with toxic chemicals one year ago. Yet, a new report reveals the federal government's response has been sub-par, with cancer-causing chemicals still found in surrounding rivers and streams.