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Court Ruling: Health Impact of Radiation Exposure from Cell Tower Cannot Be Excluded (Netherlands)

By B.N. Frank Decades of research has proven that radiation exposure from cell towers and other sources of wireless is biologically harmful.  In fact, for many years American firefighter unions have been opposed to cell towers and antennas being installed at their stations due to radiation health risks.  Research continues to be published indicating the…

A Very COVID Christmas: Visualizing The Pandemic’s Impact On Festive Spending

By Tyler Durden From mass job losses to not seeing family and friends for months on end, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed people to their limits in 2020. As an incredibly difficult year draws to a close, Visual Capitalist’s Katie Jones notes that people are starting to accept that this festive season will be anything…

A Very COVID Christmas: Visualizing The Pandemic's Impact On Festive Spending

From mass job losses to not seeing family and friends for months on end, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed people to their limits in 2020. As an incredibly difficult year draws to a close, Visual Capitalist’s Katie Jones notes that people are starting to accept that this festive season will be anything but typical. But…

Why The Second Stimulus Won't Have Much Economic Impact

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, In October, I discuss how the “2nd Derivative Effect” would mute the impact of future stimulus programs. With the passage of the $900 billion stimulus package, we can update the estimates for the economic impact heading into 2021. While most hope more stimulus will cure the economy’s ills, the “2nd derivative…

U.S. Gov’t Knew Decades Ago About Health Impact from WiFi Radiation According to 4000 Documents

By B.N. Frank Recently, the National Academies of Sciences declared that American Embassy workers in China and Cuba were injured by microwave radiation exposure.  The cause has yet to be determined.  It may not have been from weapons. Of course, there is plenty of research that has determined that exposure to all sources of microwave…

AstraZeneca Vaccine Only 62% Effective; Impact On Elderly Unclear As More Data Needed

Unlike the last few weeks, ‘vaccine Monday’ has become ‘vaccine Tuesday’, as the Britain’s “V-Day” vaccinations grabbed headlines earlier, and now the country’s most promising project – the AstraZeneca-Oxford jab – has published peer-reviewed data in the Lancet purporting to show that the shot is safe and effective. However, many questions about its efficacy and…

Environmental Org Study Reveals Wireless Could Impact Insect Orientation, Reproduction and Foraging

By B.N. Frank Organizations worldwide – including the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) – have been raising red flags about serious environmental consequences from increasing levels of wireless radiation. A new study from Germany reveals the same thing in regard to insects. From Environmental Health Trust: German Environmental Organization releases Study on the Impact of…

A Tale Of Two Markets: Visualizing The Huge Impact Of The Covid Vaccine Across Assets

The story of the market since the March lows has been one of two parts, the first of massive FAAMG/tech/growth/momentum outperformance, and a second one in which value and cyclicals was burst higher; the only question is where does one put the bifurcation point. According to one strategist, Deutsche Bank’s FX strategist Alan Riskin, that…

Deep Recession and Contraction of Global Economy: “Second Wave” Covid Economic Impact?

  The reopening of the US economy in June—and some states as early as May—has produced a modest economic ‘rebound’. But rebound is not to be confused with economic recovery. The current rebound is the natural result of the US economy collapsing 40% between March and June 2020. In the first quarter, January-March 2020, the…

People with psychopathic personality traits ‘have a disproportionately large impact’ on the COVID-19 pandemic because they ‘fail to protect themselves and others’, study claims

Personality plays a big part in a person’s willingness and ability to adhere to social distancing and other coronavirus-related health guidelines, a study has found.   Researchers found people with psychopathic personality traits such as meanness and disinhibition are more likely to disregard official advice.   An assessment of more than 500 Americans compared adherence to public health…