Klaus Schwab and his ilk have some nerve.
So many unintended consequences that make its reality unlikely.
In response to the economic impact of the pandemic and lockdowns, the CERB was intended to replace lost income for Canadians. While the underlying logic is sound, the program’s flawed design left many Canadians better off than they were before the pandemic.
We get ill in winter since we’re stuck in our toxic, no sunlight bubbles for 6 months.
Yet another story about how it’s our chemical toxic environment that makes us ill, and not invasive pathogens.
Interesting that the chemical companies needed another place to sell their poisons when the war ended. They chose home manufacturing as one place.
Ep9: Carrigan Curtis
2020-11-03 by Dr. Tom Cowan
As winter approaches, I hope you are staying warm and have food and wood stacked for the coming months. Today we are posting an interview with Carrigan Curtis, who is a building biologist and Biogeometry practitioner. I have previously mentioned Biogeometry, a methodology for transmuting harmful energy waves into healthy energy patterns, but this is your chance to learn in a very simple way how Biogeometry works and how you can use it in your life. We also talked about what I consider the absolute best way to build a house, which is out of “moon wood.” It’s not, as I first thought, wood harvested from the moon (!), but tune in to discover its magic. Be well, Tom
It’s no wonder our leaders want to turn us into a China. Dictatorships are soooo efficient.
Techies can argue C band versus millimeter waves but I will bet that the Chinese, nothing if not commercially agile, will have Five G up and running in factories and the IoT and everywhere else while American pols rattle on about how China is an Existential Threat and the Pentagon needs more money for Space Command and diversity is more important than schooling anyway.