The Supply Chain Crisis Means Yes, This Time It’s Okay to Stock Up

Editor’s Commentary: Last year I lambasted the people who proudly displayed their hording skills by putting mountains of toilet paper, paper towels, and other products on display. They were the problem as there was no actual shortage of such supplies other than the temporary emptying of the shelves caused by unhinged hording. They created temporary […]
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Watch: Nurse Escorted Out of Hospital for Refusing Vaccine

A nurse is escorted out of her job at a hospital for not taking the vaccine pic.twitter.com/ZwrzaeJ7S6 — Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) October 12, 2021 Image Credit: Infowars.com A registered nurse working at the Los Angeles-area UCLA Health Center documented her last moments as she was escorted off the premises for refusing to take […]
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Doctor Cites Early Covid Treatment as Reason for Success

Published on October 12, 2021Written by globalcovidsummit.org

A board-certified family medical physician who works with Dr. George Fareed in California’s Imperial Valley; Dr. Brian Tyson, states that based on his work with more than 6,000 Covid patients, 70 percent of all cases nationwide could have been saved using his early-treatment methods.

Dr. Tyson has based his methods, which employ FDA-approved drugs, on fourteen years of experience in the emergency room and another ten years in the ICU.
He also states that he hasn’t lost a single patient who has come to him during the first week of having contracted Covid.
Dr. Tyson blames the resistance to early treatment on “a school of thought,” particularly that of those entrenched in evidence-based practice.
However, Dr. Tyson says, traditional drug-approval standards such as randomized control trials (RCTs) are not practical during a pandemic, when time is of the essence in saving lives. Instead, he advocates for the use of drugs on a trial basis.
“We started seeing inflammation, so we used anti-inflammatories,” Dr. Tyson explains. “We saw blood clots, so we used anti-coagulants. We saw patients having trouble breathing, so we used asthma medications… It wasn’t just one drug. It was the art of what we see and how those patients responded to what we gave them.”
“If you’re not in favor of early treatment and you don’t want it, then don’t ask for it,” Dr. Tyson says. “But don’t inhibit people who are seeking treatment from getting the early treatment they deserve and want… If I’m wrong, people are still going to die. But if I’m right, how many thousands of lives would have been saved?”
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Fluvoxamine data for COVID-19 Treatment

Published on October 12, 2021Written by treatearly.org

Early research suggests that fluvoxamine, an FDA approved medication for depression and obsessive compulsive disorder, can be an effective early treatment for COVID-19.

Fluvoxamine, created 37 years ago, is an inexpensive and widely available generic drug. It’s in a class of drugs called Selective Serotonin-Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs). SSRIs appear to activate a central nervous system protein that plays a role in regulating inflammatory responses.
Small clinical and observational studies show that repurposing fluvoxamine to treat coronavirus prevents some of the most serious complications related to inflammation, and keeps people from hospitalization.
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In March, as the coronavirus began to devastate the world, Dr. Nicolas Hoertel, associate professor of psychiatry at Paris University and a psychiatrist at a hospital in Paris, noticed that far fewer of his patients had symptomatic COVID-19 than did the caregivers in the unit.
After consulting with other hospital employees around Paris, Dr. Hoertel and his colleagues published a large COVID-19 and the drug with the greatest sigma-1 activation in the study (fluoxetine in that case) had the greatest protection. The study states that antidepressants “could be associated with lower risk of death or intubation in hospitalized patients with COVID-19.”
At the same time, Angela Reiersen, a psychiatrist at Washington University in St. Louis was exploring a similar theory. Recalling research published in 2019 suggesting fluvoxamine reduced damaging aspects of the inflammatory response during sepsis, Dr. Reiersen wondered if the drug could have similar effects on Covid-19 patients. She teamed up with colleague Dr. Eric Lenze and developed a study design.
With support from CETF, a randomized, double-blind and fully remote outpatient clinical trial was conducted. The trial included 152 people, all of whom were 18 years or older, symptomatic, and diagnosed with mild forms of COVID-19. Participants were randomly assigned (1:1) to take either Fluvoxamine or a placebo.
In this trial, of the 80 participants who received the drug, no patients hit the endpoint of clinical deterioration (defined as reaching blood oxygen saturation level of less than 92% and shortness of breath requiring supplemental oxygen), versus 6 people out of 72 who got the placebo and did reach the clinical endpoint.
In summary, all fluvoxamine-treated patients did not meet the study endpoint. The study appeared as the lead story in JAMA on November 12, 2020. The Editors noted that they chose this study from more than 10,000 COVID submissions received since February 2020.  The study was the third-most popular article on JAMA for the month of December 2020.
Intrigued by these results, CETF founder Steve Kirsch accepted an invitation to discuss the findings on a weekly virtual meeting of the Harvard Business School Association of Northern California, which was led by Dr. David Seftel, the physician at Golden Gate Fields horse-racing track in Berkeley, CA.
On November 21, 2020, within days of the virtual Harvard meeting, a mass COVID-19 outbreak occurred at the racetrack, initially infecting 200 employees. After doing his own research and weighing the potential risks, Dr. Seftel decided to offer patients the option to take fluvoxamine.
At first, only 35 percent of the employees opted to try the drug but after 2 weeks, 100 percent opted to take the drug. None of those 77 employees required hospitalization, compared with a 12.5 percent hospitalization rate for the 48 employees who declined the drug.  In addition, after two weeks, none of the treatment group had any COVID-19 symptoms while 60 percent of the group who declined the drug had one or more COVID-19 symptoms (p-value

Solar Storm Expected to Hit Earth Soon Could Cause Power Grid, Satellite Disruptions

A geomagnetic storm caused by a solar flare is slated to impact Earth this week, potentially causing disruptions to power grids and satellite communications, according to the U.S. Space Weather Prediction Center. Article by Jack Phillips from our premium news partners at The Epoch Times. The agency, which is run by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, […]
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Why Is the Biden-Harris Regime Intentionally Tanking the Supply Chain?

We have a complex problem that already has a solution available. The Biden-Harris regime knows the problem we’re having with our supply chain that is causing major shortages. They will only get worse unless it’s fixed immediately. But other than rhetoric and roundtables, they’re doing nothing about it. Why? Yes, it’s complex, but the solutions […]
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California bans gas-powered lawnmowers and leaf blowers, opting to be zero emission by 2024

By 2024, California plans to effectively ban the sale of gas-powered lawnmowers and leaf blowers. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law Saturday. Portable gas-powered generators must also be zero emission by 2028 according to the new law. The Los Angeles Times spoke to the law’s author, assemblyman Marc Berman (D-Menlo Park). “It’s amazing … Read more

California to Require COVID Vaccine for Students to Attend School

Published on October 9, 2021Written by theepochtimes.com

California students will be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to attend school once the vaccines have received full approval by the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Oct 1.

The government has fully approved the COVID-19 vaccine for individuals ages 16 and older, meaning all upper-class high school students will need to be fully vaccinated to attend both public and private schools.
Only an emergency authorization has been granted for anyone 12 to 15. When the FDA approves the vaccine for that age group, students in seventh grade and up also be required to get vaccinated. The requirement is foreseen to be implemented in the next term, either Jan. 1 or July 1 of 2022.
“What we are announcing here today, a statewide requirement for in-person instruction for all of our children to add to a well-established list that currently includes ten vaccinations and well-established rules and regulations that have been advanced by the legislator for decades. To add to that list, the vaccination for COVID-19, we intend to do that once the FDA has fully approved the vaccine which will give us time to work with districts,” Newsom said during an Oct. 1 press conference.
The governor announced the vaccine mandate at the San Francisco Unified School District alongside state Sen. Scott Wiener, a Democrat.
The governor further announced staff working in K-12 schools will also be required to be vaccinated, and eventually everyone once FDA approval is granted for students in K-6.
Newsom said religious and medical exemptions will be permitted under the state’s mandate.
Wiener applauded the governor’s effort in combating the COVID-19 virus within schools.
“The legislator has shown over and over again that we are willing to pass strong vaccination laws, and if we have to come back and do it again next year, we will do that,” Wiener said.
However, the move drew criticism from some.
Mari Barke, Chair of the Orange County Board of Education, said that it should be up to parents to decide what is best for children.
“I’m certainly not proud that California is the first state to mandate this. I think parents are the best to make these types of decisions for their children, so I’m very disappointed,” Barke told The Epoch Times. “I believe strongly in parental rights and parents knowing what’s best for their children. This vaccine has had the least testing of any vaccine. It’s not a virus that is killing lots of children unless they have severe co-morbidities, and I think it’s government overreach.”
Barke said that due to this measure, she believes a lot of parents will be taking their children out of school in order to homeschool them. Many parents do not want their children masked in school, let alone vaccinated, she added.
“I really think you’re going to see a huge amount of children coming out of schools and being homeschooled,” she said. “We’re not in a state of emergency. We’re not in one for adults, never mind children.”
Jon Schrank, a parent of a student within Tustin Unified School District, said that he feels the move is “typical government overreach.”
“[The mandate is] not unexpected. As soon as Newsom won the recall, we all sort of knew that all these little things were going to start to come about from him,” Schrank told The Epoch Times.
“My opinion is, it’s typical government overreach. I’m not an anti-vaxxer. I’m pro-choice, and that’s your business, it’s not my business. So, the fact that they’re making this happen for a bunch of kids that have no risk of really getting terribly ill from it [is not good.]”
Schrank said that those who are for the mandate will argue that the students will spread it to the adults who are more vulnerable, but that if the adults are vaccinated, that should take care of the problem.
“If you’re worried about it, get the vaccination, that’s your business,” he said. “I don’t think we need to have the government telling us what we need to do with our children. That’s my point of view if I want to get the vaccine for my kid, then I would do it. If I don’t want to do it, that should be my choice … It’s no longer about personal choice, it’s about government intervention.”
Schrank added that the mandate will likely only force parents to put their children back into virtual education like last year, which caused many students to fall behind.
As of Oct. 1, California has administered one dose to 63.5 percent of youth ages 12 to 17, but the governor is aiming for the new requirements to create more of an advanced incentive.
“There is still a struggle to get where we need to go,” Newsom said. “That means we need to do more, and we need to do better … we have continued to lead … California was the first state to require statewide school mask-wearing requirements. We were first in America to require all of our staff to either be vaccinated and or get weekly testing.”
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NASA Awards X-59 Quiet Supersonic Flight Community Testing contract

Published on October 9, 2021Written by progressiveengineer.com

NASA has selected Harris Miller Miller & Hanson (HMMH) to support a national campaign of community overflight tests with NASA’s X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology research aircraft.

NASA’s X-59 Community Response Testing will assess the potential effects on communities from noise emissions from the supersonic aircraft.
The agency’s vital work in advancing the science behind supersonic flight will pave the way for new entrants to the National Airspace System.
This cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a maximum potential value of approximately $29 million with an eight-year period of performance.
The scope of the work under this contract includes supporting NASA in the planning, execution, and documentation of phase three of the agency’s Low-Boom Flight Demonstration mission.
NASA will provide the results of the community survey and the X-59 acoustic data collected during the community overflight tests to U.S. and international regulators for use in considering new sound-based rules to enable supersonic flight over land.
NASA is designing and building the X-59 research aircraft – a piloted, single-seat supersonic X-plane – with technology that reduces the loudness of a sonic boom to that of a gentle thump.
NASA’s aeronautical innovators are leading a team across government and industry to collect data that could allow supersonic flight over land, dramatically reducing travel time within the United States or to anywhere in the world.
NASA currently is working with Lockheed Martin Skunk Works of Palmdale, California, to design, build, and conduct initial flight testing of the X-59 research aircraft as part of phase one of the mission.
The team will work during phase two to prove the X-59 performs as designed and is safe to fly in the national airspace.
During phase three, NASA will fly the X-59 aircraft over communities yet to be selected and ask residents to share their response to the sound the aircraft generates during supersonic flight.
HMMH will work with several subcontractors on the project, including Blue Ridge Research and Consulting of Asheville, North Carolina; Westat of Rockville, Maryland; EMS Brüel & Kjær of Folsom, California dba Envirosuite; the Center for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS) at Hampton University; Spire Global; Senzig Engineering; and Crown Consulting.
HMMH was founded in 1981 to provide noise consulting services to airports.
Headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts the consulting firm has other offices in Virginia, California, and New York. Today, HMMH is an international player in environmental and transportation planning including noise and vibration control, air quality analysis, airport and airspace planning, and sustainable energy solutions.
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Editor’s note: Is it just me, or does this aircraft remind you of the Icarus from the original Planet of the Apes?

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Biden’s Jobless Report Is Proof That the Democrats Are Intentionally Tanking Our Economy

In typical political elitist fashion, the Biden Administration refused to take responsibility for the horrific jobs report that was released. Instead of attributing it to the Democrats’ tyrannical lockdowns and vaccine mandates, they blamed the Delta Variant. Anytime there’s a problem for the Democrats, it’s always the fault of that pesky Delta. According to Labor […]
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