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Major Study Shows ZERO Deaths From COVID Among Healthy Kids

Major Study Shows ZERO Deaths From COVID Among Healthy Kids

By Art Moore WND News Center A major new study found that not one healthy child in Germany from ages 5 to 18 died of COVID-19 during the first 15 months of the pandemic. Germany, with more than 80 million people, including about 10 million school-aged children and adolescents, is Europe’s largest country. The study was spotlighted by former […]

‘This Ends The Debate’ – Israeli Study Shows Natural Immunity 13x More Effective Than Vaccines At Stopping Delta

‘This Ends The Debate’ – Israeli Study Shows Natural Immunity 13x More Effective Than Vaccines At Stopping Delta

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge Dr. Anthony Fauci and the rest of President Biden’s COVID advisors have been proven wrong about “the science” of COVID vaccines yet again. After telling Americans that vaccines offer better protection than natural infection, a new study out of Israel suggests the opposite is true: natural infection offers a much […]

Study Brings out Five Worries with California’s Economy

Study Brings out Five Worries with California’s Economy

2021 session of Legislature should make a post-COVID rebound its priority A study released late last week by the nation’s leading small-business association revealed five issues in particular that were more problematic for Main Street entrepreneurs in California to deal with than they were for their counterparts across the nation. Every four years since 1982, […]

Earthquakes Happen Every 3 Minutes in Southern California, Study Shows

Earthquakes Happen Every 3 Minutes in Southern California, Study Shows

By Jan Wesner Childs At a Glance Temblors total 495 per day, most of them only tiny rumbles on the seismic scale. The study analyzed 10 years worth of earthquake data. Scientists hope the work will lead to a better understanding of temblors and how to predict them. Earthquakes are a fact of life in California, […]

2017’s Best & Worst States for Teachers – WalletHub Study

2017’s Best & Worst States for Teachers – WalletHub Study

With World Teachers’ Day around the corner and a number of states, such as Kentucky, Michigan and Minnesota, currently facing pension crises that adversely affect their educators, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Best & Worst States for Teachers. In order to help educators find the best opportunities and teaching environments […]

Feds Spend $373,522 to Put Subliminal Cigarette Warnings in Video Games

Feds Spend $373,522 to Put Subliminal Cigarette Warnings in Video Games

    By Stephen Frank Government, at all levels spend hundreds of millions of dollars preaching against the use of cigarettes.  Classes in schools, special events, TV ads and more are used to tell children not to smoke.  Now the Feds have determined to use subliminal messaging to spread the word.  This time they are […]

Science Paper On Fruit Flies Has More Than 1,000 Authors

Science Paper On Fruit Flies Has More Than 1,000 Authors

. There may be more authors in a recently published paper on fruit flies than there were insects involved in the study. The study’s first three-and-a-half pages are dedicated to listing the more than 1,000 authors involved in the paper and their affiliations.   Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ So how does a study get […]

Education for the 21st Century in Camarillo

Education for the 21st Century in Camarillo

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on Wednesday, malady April 8th. A very professional presentation was given by Gabe Soumakian with the Alliance for Linked Learning. Linked Learning connects curriculum in the classroom to real world applications on the job. The Oxnard Union High School District was given a $6 million federal grant […]