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$GSTC Globestar Therapeutics (Multiple Sclerosis Biotech Clinical Trials)
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$GSTC Globestar History
What is Globestar Therapeutics?
Formerly known as Angiosoma ($SOAN), formerly run by Alex Blankenship. In April 2020, Alex Blankenship was able to secure U.S. patent 10,610,592, a patent developed by Fabrizio De Silvestri (company is 7 to Stand, Inc) from Terni, Italy. https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=14747280&guid=xsG-kKvkPiDadth
In December 2020, Blankenship sought a firm that had history with bringing drugs to market, and in March 3, 2021, the board appoints Jim Katzaroff as CEO of both the subsidiary company (Somaceuticals), and parent company (Angiosoma). https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=14777626&guid=xsG-kKvkPiDadth
In August/September Angiosoma changed to Globestar Therapeutics, Inc. Globestar is a clinical stage pharmaceutical company testing a worldwide patented formulation of 3 drugs previously approved by the FDA. Pre-clinical trials in Italy showed the drug combination was effective in the reduction of MS co-morbidities. GlobeStar is initiating discussions with the FDA on clinical trial design in the U.S. in preparation for FDA submission and approval. https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/GSTC/profile
What is patent 10,610,592 therapy?
The patent specified a combinational tri-drug therapy that harnesses:
- Minocycline - An oral tetracycline antibiotic. It's used to treat bacterial infections including respiratory and urinary tract infections.
- Fluconazole - An triazole antifungal. Used to prevent and treat a variety of fungal and yeast infections by stopping the growth of CERTAIN types of fungus (candida albicans).
- Atorvastatin - A statin HMG CoA reductase inhibitor. Commonly used to lower blood levels of LDL cholesterol, increase levels of HDL cholesterol and to lower triglycerides. It's also an effective immunomodulatory agent shown to prevent autoimmune encephalomyelitis in animal model studies. https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=15232865&guid=xsG-kKvkPiDadth
Multiple Sclerosis affects roughly 2,300,000 million people a year costing roughly $70,000 yearly. This therapy would dramatically drop costs.
Who is on the Globestar Therapeutics, Inc team?
Bill Farley - https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=14875624&guid=xsG-kKvkPiDadth
Brooke Greenwald - https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=14933181&guid=xsG-kKvkPiDadth
Steven F. Penderghast David Croom Dr. Leonard Wisneski, MD, FACP
Subsequently, Kenin Spivak was also brought in as a consultant in April 2022 (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1221859/bio
Was there an initial clinical study?
Yes. The initial study consisted of 150 volunteers, 90 subjects ages (25-65) with MS between 5-20 years (including 60 control volunteers). They used Barthel Index (used as a mobility disability index). They also used a scale for muscle imbalance (Kendall Scale), before and after treatment.
The subjects received 2 doses/day for 45 days, along with a controlled diet.
Fabrizio de Silvestri (https://patents.justia.com/inventofabrizio-de-silvestri
) is a lawyer by trade (1998), but suffers, himself, from Multiple Sclerosis. In 2005, he started studying forensic medicine. He researched to try to find a better therapy filing the patent in 2015 (Applied in 2014). In regard to speaking about the therapy itself, he said,
My patented formula is a composition for treating neurodegeneration, including an antibiotic, an antifungal agent, and a lipophilic potentiating agent in synergistically effective amounts.
Has the team developed North American/World Projections?
Has James Katzaroff tried approaching hospitals?
In October 4, 2021, Leonard Wisnecki, MD met with Merit Cudkowitz, M.D., Chief of Neurology, Mass General Hospital, on July 19, 2021. This fell through but he had talks with numerous other hospital including Cedar Sinai, Stanford, and numerous others that allude me.
Since then, we have been waiting patiently for Jim to make the magic happen. They secured financing with New York Bay Capital which was in the tune of $19-21,000,000 from anecdotal calls with Jim. Which one would expect with clinical trials.
In April/May, Jim appeared on the Emerging Growth Conference to provide some updates to the shareholders. Not much was provided other than looking for a hospital. In November 10, 2022, Jim updated the shareholders that he was deep in discussions with Apollo Hospitals. An international hospital company with revenues in the billions and a staffing in the 10s of the thousands.
Why the new Six Flags strategy will fail and why we should all care
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Selim Bassoul, CEO of Six Flags, marked out a risky strategy for Flags’ stakeholders: customers, thoosies, employees, and shareholders. He described that strategy as “premiumization
.” A premium product, under this rubric, produces smaller crowds yielding shorter lines for attractions, rides, and food locations. Customers should be able to enjoy more rides per visit. More rides and easier access to food implies higher guest satisfaction scores. The primary tactic employed to achieve Selim’s premiumization has been to raise price. In theory, raising price squeezes out undesirables like teens and young adults who don’t have a lot of spending power. Teens and young adults have been historically one of the two target demographic profiles for Flags. The other target demo has been families with young children. He welcomes families, but not those who shop at Walmart and K-mart. Flags only wants those who shop at Target or better. Selim’s thesis is that more affluent families will become a much larger proportion of attendance. They will drive revenue and profits higher. But will that new target demo really grow fast enough and spend enough to outpace attrition from Flags’ base?
Here is a top 10 list why Selim’s strategy will fail:
2. A much smaller target demographic?
- A lack of brand awareness. Selim doesn’t understand the brand, which is best described by recalling the positioning of its several parks (shoutout to u/ChairmanTman). To give one example, Six Flags Magic Mountain is “The thrill capital of the world.” Thrills appeal to teens and young adults not families with young children. With a significant advertising spend and crisp messaging, it will take years to get families – especially affluent families – to see the brand differently. This leads us into the second reason the strategy will fail.
Teens and young adults make up about 55% of the attendance mix at a typical Flags’ park. Families comprise a smaller segment. Flags’ customer base also skews middle to lower middle class. Flags’ typical customer is
the Walmart crowd. Without teens and young adults, and without Walmart shoppers, attendance will drift downward at a rate faster than Q2 2022 showed. If you compare second quarter 2022 to 2019, both years without COVID restrictions and use the same periods, Flags lost 40% of its attendance. 3. The wrong ride and attraction mix.
All previous Flags management except Shapiro understood the brand and its target demos. All other management teams added lots of thrill rides, especially roller coasters. But not so many family rides and attractions. This is why the Flags parks look nothing like those of Disney and Universal. They have very distinct attraction mixes. They have few shows. It will take lots of money – billions of dollars, yes, billions -- to add the rides, attractions, shows, and amenities necessary to attract families at the levels needed to be compete with Disney and Universal and be financially successful. 4. Fright Fest is scary
. Fright Fest is the largest and most popular event that Flags offers. It is deeply woven into its brand. But someone should explain to Selim that Fright Fest is primarily
a teen and young adult product. The Reid-Anderson team worked hard to keep it “fright by night” for teens and young adults, with “thrills by day.” Notice, there was no emphasis on “treats by day.” Fright Fest without teens and young adults makes little sense. Selim will have to dumb it down for families with young children to stick around after dark. “Boo Fest” will be a loss leader if it is executed well, otherwise it will just suck. 5. It’s about rides not events
. Anyone who has worked in the industry or enjoys theme parks knows that rides – not events – drive the business. Halloween and Christmas are the exceptions that prove the rule
. New rides generally give customers a reason to come back for a visit. New rides also give you a hero to add to an advertising campaign or boost pass sales. They have also been used as the excuse to raise price. Selim seems to believe that a “Funnel Cake Day”, “Coaster Day”, and “Summer Vibes” can take the place of new ride to drive interest and visitation. Uh, no**.** 6. Selim’s stops, starts, and missteps.
The event calendars just released weren’t originally part of “premiumization
.” The event lineup began after push back from consumers, thoosies, and analysts. Dining plans were eliminated, added back after his error became apparent. The same for advertising. Selim first told Flags’ employees that marketing added no value. It was gutted. Selim also dramatically cut back advertising spend. He now admits his error, causing millions in lost revenue and attendance. Simplifying the pass program was yet another of his goals. There were 10 or fewer pass types – season, annual, and membership -- per park when he joined. Some parks now have 30 active pass types. This is the result of try this, now that, stop this, and go back to that. How can consumers or front-line employees possibly differentiate between the benefits each pass offers? The frustration within the organization is palpable. Confusion reigns in the market place. This begs the question as to what else he doesn’t understand about running a theme park company. 7. Flags is bleeding talent.
New corporate leaders always brings in others that s/he has worked with in the past. In key positions, they help a smooth transition to the new strategy a CEO wants to implement. But smart and savvy CEOs know what they don’t know. They need some institutional knowledge in their new company for its efficient implementation and ensure buy-in from employees. Without buy-in, a new CEO will find his plan poorly executed. It’s more important to hold on to institutional and industry knowledge when a new leader comes from outside the industry. That knowledge might have kept Selim from repeating the dumb mistakes of the past. Between layoffs and voluntary exits occurring in rapid succession, various business functions were left…well, non-functioning. Sources tell me there were 2 restructurings under Spanos and 3 layoffs under Selim so far. Areas of research, marketing and finance grinded to a halt without someone knowledgeable enough to perform those functions. Flags now has the worst possible thing in business: a bad strategy, poorly executed
. 8. He’s out of touch.
Selim comes from Middleby, which is said to have thrived under his leadership. I’m not convinced. Revenue grew through acquisitions. There was very little growth in net income and EBITDA during his tenure. But even if we buy what he is selling, Middleby is a supplier of kitchen equipment. It sells to other businesses. That’s a different animal than consumer facing businesses. Leaders of consumer facing businesses understand the importance of clean, crisp communication to its consumers and employees alike. When Selim joined Flags, he said public relations was useless much like marketing. He demonstrated the same lack of awareness by insulting his customers on a recent earnings call. Savvy business-to-consumer CEOs, like Reid-Anderson, understood that getting the buy-in of front line team members is important. To repeat, without buy-in, even a good strategy would be doomed to failure by poor execution. 9. A lack of professionalism.
Whenever someone disagrees with Selim, it is widely known that s/he is met by screaming and ranting. This sounds like bullying to me. It has no place in the American workplace if it does anywhere. But it has another and more insidious import. Employees will not speak up and give their honest opinion on what the company wants. This helps explain the starts, stops, and missteps noted above. Selim also told the entire Flags’ organization he doesn’t read reports. The implication is that they shouldn’t waste their time either. Does this mean that data doesn’t inform his decisions? This explains Selim’s response to an analyst on the Q2 earnings call. He was asked what data
he'd seen to support his assertion that there would be some attendance recovery. Selim responded, even after prodding, about his feelings
on a rebound. 10. Some sobering numbers.
There’s been a lot of talk that the Flags’ parks are empty this summer. It’s true. In the short-term, that’s a great thing for someone wanting to ride roller coasters. I do. The long-term is a different matter. Flags was actually down 40% in attendance in Q2 2022 when one compares it against the same period of 2019. (Why 2019 and not 2021? There were no COVID restrictions in both 2022 and 2019, but there were restrictions in 2020 and 2021.) But you can’t bank attendance, so why should Selim care? Flags was also down $68.2 million (or -14.3%) in revenue and $21.6 million (or -13.9%) in EBITDA. Its chief competitors Cedar Fair and SeaWorld were also down in attendance. But only a teeny-weeny bit. Yet Cedar Fair was up in same quarter $73.3 million (+16.8%) in revenue and $7.5 million (+4.6%) in EBITDA. SeaWorld was up a whopping $98.8 million (+24.3%) in revenue and $84.7 million (+56.6%) in EBITDA! (A shoutout to u/FlabbiestPie
for a previous post.) Flags’ attendance problem has been accelerating into Q3.
Why do I care? I’m a customer, a thoosie, and an analyst who follows the industry. I don’t want to see Six Flags head further down the road to perdition. ‘Nuff said?
Bankman-Fried Resigns From FTX, Puts Empire in Bankruptcy - Filings include FTX.com, FTX US and Alameda Research
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Sam Bankman-Fried’s digital-asset empire filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware, capping a rapid downfall for the 30-year-old entrepreneur and onetime crypto king.
Bankman-Fried resigned as chief executive officer of the FTX Group as part of the filings, and John J. Ray III was appointed to replace him, the statement said. Ray, a turnaround and restructuring expert, has previously served senior roles in bankruptcies including Enron Corp.
Crypto assets dropped on the news, with Bitcoin slumping as much as 8% before regaining some ground. Ether and smaller tokens also declined. Solana, which was backed by Alameda, tumbled 10%. FTX’s implosion came almost exactly one year after Bitcoin peaked at around $69,000. BlockFi, a troubled crypto lender that received emergency financing from FTX US earlier this year, on Thursday said it will pause client withdrawals citing “a lack of clarity” over the status of Bankman-Fried’s empire.
134 FTX Entities filed for bankruptcy:
- Alameda Aus Pty Ltd
- Alameda Global Services Ltd.
- Alameda Research (Bahamas) Ltd
- Alameda Research Holdings Inc.
- Alameda Research KK
- Alameda Research LLC
- Alameda Research Ltd
- Alameda Research Pte Ltd
- Alameda Research Yankari Ltd
- Alameda TR Ltd
- Alameda TR Systems S. de R. L.
- Allston Way Ltd
- Altalix Ltd
- Analisya Pte Ltd
- Atlantis Technology Ltd.
- B for Transfer Egypt
- B Payment Services Nigeria
- B Transfer Services Ltd
- B Transfer Services Ltd. UAE
- B Transfer Services Uganda
- Bancroft Way Ltd
- BitPesa Kenya Ltd.
- BitPesa RDC SARL
- BitPesa Senegal Ltd.
- BitPesa South Africa
- BitPesa Tanzania Ltd.
- BitPesa Uganda Ltd.
- Bitvo, Inc.
- Blockfolio Holdings, Inc
- Blockfolio, Inc.
- Blue Ridge Ltd
- BT Payment Services Ghana
- BT Payment Services South Africa
- BT Payments Uganda
- BT Pesa Nigeria Ltd.
- BTC Africa S.A.
- BTLS Limited Tanzania
- Cardinal Ventures Ltd
- Cedar Bay Ltd
- Cedar Grove Technology Services, Ltd
- Clifton Bay Investments LLC
- Clifton Bay Investments Ltd
- CM-Equity AG
- Corner Stone Staffing
- Cottonwood Grove Ltd
- Cottonwood Technologies Ltd.
- Crypto Bahamas LLC
- DAAG Trading, DMCC
- Deck Technologies Holdings LLC
- Deck Technologies Inc.
- Deep Creek Ltd
- Digital Custody Inc.
- Euclid Way Ltd
- Exchange 4 Free Seychellen
- Exchange 4Free Australia Br.
- Exchange 4Free Ltd.
- Exchange 4Free South Africa Br.
- Exchange 4Free Swiss Branch
- Finfax Company
- FTX (Gibraltar) Ltd
- FTX Canada Inc
- FTX Certificates GmbH
- FTX Crypto Services Ltd.
- FTX Digital Assets LLC
- FTX Digital Holdings (Singapore) Pte Ltd
- FTX EMEA Ltd.
- FTX Equity Record Holdings Ltd
- FTX Europe AG
- FTX Exchange FZE
- FTX Hong Kong Ltd
- FTX Japan Holdings K.K.
- FTX Japan K.K.
- FTX Japan Services KK
- FTX Lend Inc.
- FTX Marketplace, Inc.
- FTX Products (Singapore) Pte Ltd
- FTX Property Holdings Ltd
- FTX Services Solutions Ltd.
- FTX Structured Products AG
- FTX Switzerland GmbH
- FTX Trading GmbH
- FTX Trading Ltd
- FTX TURKEY TEKNOLOJİ VE TİCARET ANONİM ŞİRKET
- FTX US Derivatives LLC
- FTX US Services, Inc.
- FTX US Trading, Inc
- FTX Vault Trust Company
- FTX Ventures Ltd
- FTX Ventures Partnership
- FTX Zuma Ltd
- GG Trading Terminal Ltd
- Global Compass Dynamics Ltd.
- Good Luck Games, LLC
- Goodman Investments Ltd.
- Hannam Group Inc
- Hawaii Digital Assets Inc.
- Hilltop Technology Services LLC
- Hive Empire Trading Pty Ltd
- Innovatia Ltd
- Island Bay Ventures Inc
- K-DNA Financial Services Ltd
- Killarney Lake Investments Ltd
- Ledger Holdings Inc.
- LedgerPrime Bitcoin Yield Enhancement Fund, LLC
- LedgerPrime Bitcoin Yield Enhancement Master Fund LP
- LedgerPrime Digital Asset Opportunities Fund, LLC
- LedgerPrime Digital Asset Opportunities Master Fund LP
- Ledger Prime LLC
- LedgerPrime Ventures, LP
- Liquid Financial USA Inc.
- LiquidEX LLC
- Liquid Securities Singapore Pte Ltd
- LT Baskets Ltd.
- Maclaurin Investments Ltd.
- Mangrove Cay Ltd
- North Dimension Inc
- North Dimension Ltd
- North Wireless Dimension Inc
- Paper Bird Inc
- Pioneer Street Inc.
- Quoine India Pte Ltd
- Quoine Pte Ltd
- Quoine Vietnam Co. Ltd
- SNG INVESTMENTS YATIRIM VE DANIŞMANLIK ANONİM ŞİRKETİ
- Strategy Ark Collective Ltd.
- Technology Services Bahamas Limited
- Tigetwit Ltd
- Verdant Canyon Capital LLC
- West Innovative Barista Ltd.
- West Realm Shires Financial Services Inc.
- West Realm Shires Services Inc.
- Western Concord Enterprises Ltd.
- Zubr Exchange Ltd
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And, if you don’t want to go through the work of defrosting your bread, you can also stick it in the fridge.
Bread left in the fridge might appear stale. But, explains Myhrvold, that’s not due to a lack of moisture — refrigerated bread seems hard because of starch retrogradation, or the re-crystallization of the starch in the bread. “It [the bread] will seem stiffer and we associate stiffness, or lack of softness, with staleness,” says Myhrvold. But, the bread is less likely to actually go stale in the fridge (as opposed to leaving it in a bread box on your counter).
You can reverse the starch crystallization by warming up your bread. “Most people [including us!] would say, don’t put it in the fridge because it’ll make it go stale faster. If you’re going to toast it or warm it up anyway, it doesn’t matter.” https://www.chatelaine.com/food/kitchen-tips/store-bread-in-the-fridge/
Readers interested in learning more about the evidence review and the research behind summer youth employment programs are encouraged to visit J-PAL North America’s summer youth employment program website or contact J-PAL North America Senior Policy Manager Kalila Jackson-Spieker.
J-PAL North America is a regional office of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), a global research center based at MIT. https://news.mit.edu/2022/summer-youth-employment-programs-research-0524
Bacteria are thriving in all venoms of snakes and spiders, according to a new study by researchers in the UK.
The novel discovery is considered ground-breaking since long-held notions suggest that antimicrobial substances of the poison can kill any microbes. https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/50969/20220524/contrary-popular-belief-venoms-snakes-spiders-populated-bacteria.htm
UAB researchers track the behavior of microplastics inside a living organism https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220523/UAB-researchers-track-the-behavior-of-microplastics-inside-a-living-organism.aspx
“Our results indicate that Preyssler-type phosphotungstates are good negative-staining reagents for virus observations,” Sadakane said. “They are easy to use, since they are not radioactive and do not need adjustment for pH levels, and they provide clear images.”
The researchers plan to build on their findings to develop a series of non-radioactive negative-staining reagents to observe other viruses, as well as small organic particles such as proteins and more, according to Sadakane. https://www.newswise.com/articles/new-non-radioactive-neutral-reagent-reveals-viruses-in-clear-detail
The permit defined hazardous waste to include PFOA and PFOS, two of the best studied PFAS. The permit required the DOD to address PFAS contamination of the air, soil, sediment, surface water and groundwater stemming from its actions on base.
In response, the DOD sued
, in January 2019, challenging New Mexico’s permit definition of hazardous waste. It argued that because PFOA and PFOS are not yet regulated as hazard waste under the federal RCRA, New Mexico should not be able to include them in state hazardous waste permits https://www.ewg.org/news-insights/news/2022/05/department-defense-fights-states-over-cleanup-toxic-forever-chemicals
The collaboration found that Metformin, a small molecule drug that has been used to treat type II diabetes for more than 50 years, can improve the efficiency and efficacy of antibacterial treatments for quick wound-healing in mice. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/954010
theoretical physicsPhysicists Rewrite the Fundamental Law That Leads to Disorder
By Philip Ball
May 26, 2022
The second law of thermodynamics is among the most sacred in all of science, but it has always rested on 19th century arguments about probability. New arguments trace its true source to the flows of quantum information. https://www.quantamagazine.org/physicists-trace-the-rise-in-entropy-to-quantum-information-20220526/
Ask anyone in a choir why they enjoy it, and they will tell you about the euphoric effects singing has on their mental health. A team of neuroscientists and clinical psychologists based at the University of Helsinki (Finland) believe these benefits could extend to improving brain function and treating aphasia. https://horizon.scienceblog.com/2047/boosting-brain-function-in-later-life-through-singing/
"Objects and remains of animals and human activity have been found that we didn't even know existed. They include everything from horse tack and clothing to arrows with tips made of shells, wooden shafts and feathers. Not a year goes by without surprising finds that shift the boundaries of our understanding," says Birgitte Skar, an archaeologist and associate professor at the NTNU (the Norwegian University of Science and Technology) University Museum. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/05/220525110910.htm
Vigorous debate is how science moves forward. But the kind of discourse we’ve seen in the comments section is incompatible with being welcoming and inclusive to all our readers. In addition, researchers have shown that exposing readers to uncivil comments can harm their perceptions of the science reported (J. Computer-Mediated Commun. 2014, DOI: 10.1111/jcc4.12009).
In the past, we’ve responded by closing comments on some stories and never opening them on others. For consistency, we’re now going one step further: we’re no longer accepting comments on most stories on cen.acs.org. https://cen.acs.org/education/outreach/Why-we-re-turning-off-commenting-on-cen-acs-org/99/web/2021/02
Breastfeeding duration associated with cognition
Link between breastfeeding duration and cognitive test scores later in childhood persists even after controlling for socioeconomics and maternal intelligence https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/953096
Now, according to a new analysis of well preserved fossils, scientists think that it was one of the earliest ancestors of tetrapods – animals with four limbs, including humans.
"This strange animal has baffled scientists since its discovery in 1890 as a puzzle that's been impossible to solve," says physicist Daisy (Yuzhi) Hu of the Australian National University.
"Morphological comparisons of this animal have always been extremely challenging for scientists. However, recent improvements in high-resolution 3D segmentation and visualization have made this previously impossible task possible. https://www.sciencealert.com/this-fish-like-creature-could-be-one-of-your-oldest-known-ancestors
Findings from a new Northwestern Medicine study rebut the idea that Black individuals’ higher risk of cardiovascular disease is because of biological differences. https://news.northwestern.edu/stories/2022/05/black-adults-high-cardiovascular-disease-risk-not-due-to-race-itself/
From knife cuts to animal bites to torrents of rain, every touch that a plant gets leads to a defensive molecular response – although these responses can be quite varied. They can lead to plants becoming more stress-resistant and flowering later in the year, for example.
The idea to try and harness this response isn't new: scientists are already looking into how carefully managed "mechanical wounding" can make for sturdier crops and harvests that are more plentiful, because the plants build up more of a resistance to stress. https://www.sciencealert.com/study-shows-exactly-how-touch-can-stress-plants-out
The EPA’s largest employee unions want a new kind of environmental protection: a contract that insulates agency science from political interference after enduring four years of attacks under former president Donald Trump.
“We are looking to be the first union in the nation to have a scientific integrity article in our contract,” Nicole Cantello, an EPA lawyer and union leader, told BuzzFeed News.
The American Federation of Government Employees Council 238 is a collection of 14 local unions representing 7,500 scientists, engineers, and other employees at the leading federal agency responsible for protecting the environment and human health. The union collective plans to introduce the package, which is still being finalized, at a bargaining session with management in June. https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/zahrahirji/epa-unions-trump-science-protections
New study highlights the importance of perspective taking in maintaining healthy romantic relationships https://www.psypost.org/2022/05/new-study-highlights-the-importance-of-perspective-taking-in-maintaining-healthy-romantic-relationships-63226
This week, Google's DeepMind released its most impressive AI yet, called Gato, which is designed to be good at lots of tasks.
Its makers describe it as a precursor to an Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), which is a long-anticipated AI that can understand or learn any intellectual task that a human being can.
In theory, potentially any human occupation could be replaced by an AGI.
"We used to say that artificial general intelligence and the replacement of humans would be like 2045," Dr Thompson says.
"I'm seeing the beginnings of AGI right now."
AI tools performing creative human tasks is no longer the stuff of science fiction, or something that will happen in 10 years' time.
For Danny Mahoney in Melbourne, it's already begun.
"I think people really underestimate how useful it is at this point," he says.
"Anybody who spends any significant amount of time on the internet is reading AI content without even realising." https://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2022-05-29/artificial-intelligence-rise-of-text-generation-gpt-3/101101804
Scientists recently discovered something about male mice that's utterly bananas: The distinctive scent of a banana stresses them out.
Researchers from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, learned about this unusual fruit aversion while analyzing spiking stress hormones in male mice when the males were close to pregnant or lactating females. The scientists reported in a new study that the males' hormonal shifts were triggered by the presence of a compound called n-pentyl acetate in the females' urine. It also happens to be the compound that gives bananas their distinctive smell. https://www.livescience.com/mice-fear-bananas
Rethinking air conditioning amid climate change ACs and refrigerators help keep people safe—but they also further warm the planet. https://arstechnica.com/science/2022/05/rethinking-air-conditioning-amid-climate-change/
A new study by Simon Fraser University researchers suggests the brain may learn faster when threatened with danger. Their research is published in the journal eNeuro. https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220527/The-brain-may-learn-faster-when-threatened-with-danger-study-suggests.aspx
Minneapolis, Minn. - Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute is testing an innovative way to help people quit smoking – by letting them bet on themselves and win real money. It’s part of a new game called QuitBet and it’s being funded by a National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grant administered by researchers at Hennepin Healthcare.
Players commit to quit smoking over four weeks and bet $30 on themselves, which goes into the pot. Players then receive a free breath testing device to track their progress every day. At the end, all the players who have managed to quit win back their bet plus a profit as they split the pot with the other winners. Winners typically double their money while quitting smoking. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/954228
,” Prof. Limodio provides a pioneering quantitative assessment of terrorism, recruitment and financing. He shows that terrorist attacks are sensitive to local funding: terrorist organizations launch attacks where and when they receive funds. This is of clear policy relevance. If terrorism depends on local funding availability, financial counter-terrorism can be effective insofar as it limits the ability of terrorist organizations to access funds. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/954128
The Milky Way Galaxy where we live includes stars of various ages, including stars still forming. But in some other galaxies, known as elliptical galaxies, all of the stars are old and about the same age. This indicates that early in their histories elliptical galaxies had a period of prolific star formation that suddenly ended. Why this star formation ceased in some galaxies but not others is not well understood. One possibility is that a supermassive black hole disrupts the gas in some galaxies, creating an environment unsuitable for star formation. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/954137
Banned Books Every Climate Nerd Should Read The tomes on this list pissed off multiple schools. These characters and plots show how various societal issues, including racism and poverty, intersect with climate change and environmental destruction. Here are some banned books to add to your reading list, if you care about intersectionality and gross chunky rivers https://gizmodo.com/banned-books-climate-change-environmental-movement-1848860773
Dr Ceddia showed how cropland expansion, which contributes significantly to carbon emissions and biodiversity loss, is driven by investors. They choose to grow flex-crops such as oil palm, soy and sugar cane, since they have multiple uses, for example as food, fuel and animal feed. This means they are more likely to generate a profit compared to crops with a single use, often at the expense of the local people and the environment.
‘Agriculture is not necessarily oriented to the production of food but simply as a branch of investment which has to generate a certain return on invested capital,’ said Dr Ceddia.
Although research can provide information about the impact of deforestation, Dr Ceddia thinks that social activism is important to bring about change. He and his team found that laws to protect the forest were implemented more stringently in provinces of the Chaco in Argentina where indigenous people and small-scale farmers organised protests against deforestation. https://horizon.scienceblog.com/2051/deforestation-cuts-through-community-as-well-as-biodiversity/
gave a team the chance to use its telescope for observations, knocking other projects back. But these cases aren't always ticked off.
So, Campbell noted, there's a neat story here about observing space. You could look at Earth imaging satellites in orbit and repurpose them to study background stars. Another advantage of this is they can observe over 24 hours and may be able to see in additional wavelengths of light like infrared, which is blocked by Earth's atmosphere.
Ultimately, the next time a star threatens to go supernova on us, we might already be watching. https://www.cnet.com/science/space/astronomers-unexpectedly-capture-mysterious-dimming-of-supergiant-star-betelgeuse/
We all know that sewage waste on our beaches is unsightly, but it could also be a risk to public health,' he said.
'Some of the plastic waste we have recovered could be from legacy sewage spills that have persisted in the environment, but the volume of waste we are seeing is shocking.'
According to the Environmental Audit Committee, 7 million wet wipes, 2.5 million tampons and 1.5 million sanitary pads are incorrectly flushed down the toilet every day in the UK.
These items should always be put in the bin and not down the toilet, even if the packaging suggests otherwise, say environmentalists. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-10868149/Dirty-wet-wipes-wash-British-beaches-teaming-faecal-bacteria-study-finds.html
Researchers have found that genetically and pharmacologically restoring the normal activity of the brain circuit improved anorexia, opening the possibility of developing a treatment strategy for affected individuals in the future. https://www.drugtargetreview.com/news/103286/animal-study-shows-abnormal-activity-of-brain-circuit-causes-anorexia/
Finally, I should add that no other journal publisher adds a Publisher’s Note like this to scientists’ papers. So any claim by Springer Nature that they need to do so is, frankly, nonsense. They don’t. They appear to have added the notice to appease the Chinese government, and it’s not the first time they have done so.
I don’t expect scientists to stop publishing in Nature or any of the 100-plus Nature journals. However, I hope that others can speak up and let Nature’s editors know that they won’t accept having this disclaimer added to their papers. I certainly will.
Oh, and one last thing: for all scientists funded by NIH, every paper must be deposited in the public archive PubMedCentral, where all of the content is free and unrestricted. PMC doesn’t include this bizarre publisher’s note! So I highly recommend that everyone use the PMC link, rather than the link to the Nature website, when you share your papers with others. https://www.forbes.com/sites/stevensalzberg/2022/05/30/a-major-science-journal-publisher-adds-a-weird-notice-to-every-paper-whats-behind-this/?sh=48bb987413c1
In a paper published in Trends in Cognitive Sciences, QBI researchers put a spotlight on metacognition – an important cognitive skill which is defined as 'thinking about thinking'.
Dr Rangelov said the review was part of a larger study on measuring a person's readiness to change their mind https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220529/A-change-of-mind-can-often-be-the-best-decision-researchers-say.aspx
New research suggests living with a dog may yield a surprising benefit to children: improved gut health. Williams Turpin, lead author and a research associate with Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, presented the findings on Monday during the Digestive Disease Week conference in San Diego. The study will publish later this year in Gastroenterology https://www.inverse.com/science/dog-ownership-gut-health-connection-kids-surprising
Evolution May Be Happening Up to 4 Times Faster Than We Thought, Massive Study Finds https://www.sciencealert.com/evolution-may-be-happening-up-to-four-times-faster-than-we-thought
Landus plans to bring in about 500 farmers through the summer to examine the plots and learn how they can confidently scale back their use of fertilizer, with more advanced monitoring and by planting cover crops that grow alongside the main crop and naturally infuse the soil with nitrate.
Dan Bjorkland, a soil expert at Landus, said he’s especially hopeful the company’s efforts will encourage more planting of cover crops, now used by less than 10% of Iowa farmers despite the clear benefits in preventing erosion and creating healthy soil. Some farmers might be more willing to consider planting cover crops because fertilizer prices have reached record highs due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which disrupted supply chains. https://apnews.com/article/politics-environment-iowa-des-moines-978cc6f9edb83389af50a5c1cb05d243
A new analysis by researchers at Masaryk University, the University of Toronto, and NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) has found most countries are not on track to remove their stocks of highly hazardous polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) by the 2028 deadline set forth in the Stockholm Convention, the global chemicals management treaty. The report found more than 10 million tons of PCB-containing materials remain and pose public health and environmental threats globally. https://phys.org/news/2022-06-long-banned-toxic-chemicals-global-threat.html
WASHINGTON – The Environmental Working Group today applauds Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack for announcing a new program to help farmers and ranchers make the transition to organic farming.
Vilsack said the Department of Agriculture plans to spend up to $300 million
to help farmers obtain crop insurance when switching to organic farming. He said farmers could receive more technical assistance, if needed to make the transition. https://www.ewg.org/news-insights/news-release/2022/06/ewg-applauds-usda-organic-transition-program
the international team of physicists of the Daya Bay collaboration has reported the first result from the experiment’s full dataset—the most precise measurement yet of theta13, a key parameter for understanding how neutrinos change their “flavor.” The result, announced today at the Neutrino 2022 conference in Seoul, South Korea, will help physicists explore some of the biggest mysteries surrounding the nature of matter and the universe. https://scienceblog.com/531023/physicists-announce-first-results-from-daya-bays-final-dataset/
How high-intensity interval training can reshape metabolism
Findings in men reveal how skeletal muscle adapts to high-intensity interval training, which includes changes to processes that are important for regulating metabolism and muscle contraction. https://elifesciences.org/for-the-press/15cd9ac1/how-high-intensity-interval-training-can-reshape-metabolism
Essentially, because the DNA repair genes in some people who smoke were so active, they protected the person from forming cancer cells. It’s an intriguing find and one that could finally explain why some smokers never get lung cancer. https://bgr.com/science/we-may-finally-know-why-so-many-lifelong-smokers-never-get-lung-cance
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Caring friends can save the world
Saving the world starts with close friendships in adolescence, Concordia research shows https://www.concordia.ca/cunews/main/stories/2013/02/05/caring-friends-can-save-the-world.html
A new study has found that Brazil’s environmental enforcement agencies under President Jair Bolsonaro failed to take action in response to nearly all of the deforestation alerts issued for the Amazon region since 2019.Nearly 98% of Amazon deforestation alerts weren’t investigated during this period, while fines paid by violators also dropped, raising fears among activists that environmental crimes are being encouraged under the current administration. https://news.mongabay.com/2022/05/governmet-inaction-sees-98-of-deforestation-alerts-go-unpunished-in-brazil/
MIT taught the graduates and Kealoha two important lessons, he said: to believe in themselves and to proceed according to the scientific method. He suggested applying that method to all of life.
“Form a hypothesis for your life choices / test your ideas / methodically identify your constants and change the variables in your life / circle back and tweak your hypotheses to incorporate your findings,” he said.
In concluding, Kealoha counseled the graduates to live with energy and intention.
“I want you to think about all the things you wish you could do / and tonight, I want you to do one of them / and... https://news.mit.edu/2022/kealoha-wong-graduates-0531
Big Brother is listening. Companies use “bossware” to listen to their employees when they’re near their computers. Multiple “spyware” apps can record phone calls. And home devices such as Amazon’s Echo can record everyday conversations. A new technology, called Neural Voice Camouflage, now offers a defense. It generates custom audio noise in the background as you talk, confusing the artificial intelligence (AI) that transcribes our recorded voices.
The new system uses an “adversarial attack.” The strategy employs machine learning—in which algorithms find patterns in data—to tweak sounds in a way that causes an AI, but not people, to mistake it for something else. Essentially, you use one AI to fool another. https://www.science.org/content/article/technology-spying-you-new-ai-could-prevent-eavesdropping
Ultrafine atmospheric dust from exhaust gases of fossil fuels might cause weather extremes https://phys.org/news/2022-05-ultrafine-atmospheric-exhaust-gases-fossil.html
Soon, electric passenger ferries skimming above the surface across the seas may become a reality. At Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, a research team has created a unique method for further developing hydrofoils that can significantly increase the range of electric vessels and reduce the fuel consumption of fossil-powered ships by 80 per cent. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/954545
Your Liver Is Only About Three Years Old, Scientists Say
2 JUNE 2022
The human liver stays youthful even while the rest of our bodies grow old, according to new research, and on average the organ is is less than three years old, no matter what the age of the person it's attached to. https://www.sciencealert.com/your-liver-is-only-about-three-years-old-scientists-say
The machine learning algorithms, which included gene profiling from biopsies, performed considerably better when predicting which treatment would work best compared to a model that used only tissue pathology or clinical factors.
The study strongly supports the case for performing gene profiling of biopsies from arthritic joints before prescribing expensive biologic targeted therapies. This could save patients considerable time and money and help avoid potential unwanted side effects, joint damage and worse outcomes. https://www.labonline.com.au/content/life-scientist/news/genes-can-help-predict-response-to-arthritis-treatment-1544128949
While most of these pre-cancerous lesions don't develop into cancer, understanding how they progress is still crucial to finding interventions to address the rising rate of pancreatic cancer. Findings from this study indicate that people who have silent precancerous lesions, even those that are low grade, could increase their risk of developing pancreatic cancer by consuming PPARδ natural activators, like in high fat diets, or synthetic ones, like Cardarine. Future development of effective agents to block PPARδ activation could be a new approach to prevent the progression of precancerous lesions into pancreatic cancer. Limiting exposure to high fat diets could also be considered for those with a high prevalence of pre-cancerous pancreatic lesions. But for now, the prevalent sales and use of those athletic boosting synthetic PPARδ activating substances causes the most pressing concern.
"This new information should alert individuals to the potential serious health risks from using synthetic PPARδ agonists," Shureiqi said. "We're trying to spread the message that's using those substances is not a good idea. It might enhance muscle endurance, but it also enhances cancer's ability to use energy and grow." https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220601/Substances-touted-to-improve-athletic-performance-and-high-fat-diet-fuel-pancreatic-cancere28099s-development.aspx
Aggressive and rapid reductions in greenhouse gas emissions are critical for avoiding a major mass extinction of ocean species," said senior author Curtis Deutsch. The study found, however, that reversing greenhouse gas emissions could reduce the risk of extinction by more than 70%.
"The silver lining is that the future isn't written in stone," said first author Justin Penn. "The extinction magnitude we found depends strongly on how much carbon dioxide we emit moving forward. There's still enough time to change the trajectory of CO2 emissions and prevent the magnitude of warming that would cause a mass extinction." https://www.nsf.gov/discoveries/disc_summ.jsp?WT.mc_id=USNSF_1&cntn_id=305284
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is now more powerful than ever, and its operators hope the upgrades performed in the downtime will enable the Standard Model of Particle Physics to be put to its most strenuous tests yet. The upgrades may also allow the LHC to produce some of the particles theorized to make up dark matter and to pursue the search for extra dimensions.
On its first day back the LHC's operators at CERN in Switzerland started things moving by slamming two beams of protons into each other to meet with an energy level of 6.8 TeV, a new world record. That's not far off the machine's goal over the next two https://www.iflscience.com/physics/large-hadron-collider-restarted-to-seek-dark-matter-and-extra-dimensions/
Usually, increasing agricultural productivity depends on adding something, such as fertilizer or water. A new Stanford University-led study reveals that removing one thing in particular – a common air pollutant – could lead to dramatic gains in crop yields. The analysis, published June 1 in Science Advances, uses satellite images to reveal for the first time how nitrogen oxides – gases found in car exhaust and industrial emissions – affect crop productivity. Its findings have important implications for increasing agricultural output and analyzing climate change mitigation costs and benefits around the world. https://news.stanford.edu/2022/06/01/pollution-and-crops/
Beyond what is already planned for Webb, there are the unexpected discoveries astronomers can't anticipate. One example: In 1990 when the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope launched, dark energy was completely unknown. Now it is one of the most exciting areas of astrophysics. What will Webb discover? https://phys.org/news/2022-06-webb-telescope-images.html
Want to be less selfish, manipulative or impulsive?
A new study has found that tasks designed to make someone more agreeable also effectively reduce a trio of negative personality traits known as the “Dark Triad” – Machiavellianism, narcissism, and psychopathy.
SMU psychology professor Nathan Hudson’s study showed that practicing activities like “donating money to a charity that you would normally spend on yourself” or “talking to a stranger and asking them about themselves” decreased all three Dark Triad traits after four months. That was the case even for people who said they wanted to increase their dark traits, not diminish them.
In a surprise twist, though, Hudson’s study published in the Journal of Personality found that these people did want to become more agreeable – modest, kind, considerate and helpful. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/954574
Microbiota Transplantation Demonstrates How Gut Bacteria Contributes to Weight Loss and Beneficial Metabolic Effects with Gelesis’ Proprietary https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220604005007/en/Microbiota-Transplantation-Demonstrates-How-Gut-Bacteria-Contributes-to-Weight-Loss-and-Beneficial-Metabolic-Effects-with-Gelesis%E2%80%99-Proprietary-Hydrogel
Sushi’s two best friends are ginger and wasabi. Each one offers a little something flavor-wise, but gastroenterologist Ali Rezaie at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has a soft spot for the pale yellow side. “I'm that guy that when he goes and eats sushi asks for four extra plates of ginger,” Rezaie tells Inverse. He loves it most for its taste, but as a doctor specializing in the gut, he thinks the root could have even more benefits than we realize. https://www.inverse.com/mind-body/ginger-health-benefits
Macrophage depletion alters bacterial gut microbiota partly through fungal overgrowth in feces that worsens cecal ligation and puncture sepsis mice https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-022-13098-0
If you smoke or live in a sooty place like New Delhi, a new study has found which vegetables you should add to your shopping list.
Scientists at the University of Delaware report that eating vegetables like celery, carrots, and parsley can help reduce the negative health effects of air pollution, a global health problem responsible for millions of deaths each year. This research is also connected to the harm done by smoking. https://m.jpost.com/health-and-wellness/article-708573
Theoretical research suggests that quantum effects could drive mutations in human DNA. This is the latest development in an emerging field called quantum biology. The mechanism involves proton transfer through quantum tunnelling, a process that occurs in one-quadrillionth of a second. Cells have built-in proofreading systems that help prevent these mutations. https://bigthink.com/hard-science/quantum-biology-mutation/
Special Olympics Drops Covid-19 Vaccine Requirement After Florida Threatens $27.5 Million Fine https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucelee/2022/06/04/special-olympics-drops-covid-19-vaccine-requirement-after-florida-threatens-275-million-fine/?sh=3ae0ab705c95
Understanding the Flaws Behind the IQ TestIQ tests are one of the most prominent tools in the modern psychologist's toolbox. They also have numerous methodological flaws. https://www.discovermagazine.com/mind/understanding-the-flaws-behind-the-iq-test
Image Credit X-ray: NASA/CXC/U.Wisc-Madison/S. Heinz et al.; Optical/IR: Pan-STARR
NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory have captured an image that shows huge rings around a black hole. It’s a composite that shows the ring-encircled black hole in X-rays, infrared and visible light. https://www.techexplorist.com/nasa-shares-image-spectacular-set-rings-around-black-hole/47905/
Gut-Brain Axis: New Research Finds Development of Depression is Partially Linked to Bowel Disease https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/51158/20220603/gut-brain-axis-new-research-finds-development-depression-partially-linked.htm
The Age-Related Eye Disease Studies (AREDS and AREDS2) established that dietary supplements can slow progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the most common cause of blindness in older Americans. In a new report, scientists analyzed 10 years of AREDS2 data. They show that the AREDS2 formula, which substituted antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin for beta-carotene, not only reduces risk of lung cancer due to beta-carotene, but is also more effective at reducing risk of AMD progression, compared to the original formula. https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/nih-study-confirms-benefit-supplements-slowing-age-related-macular-degeneration
STONY BROOK, NY, June 6, 2022 – Shinnecock Bay on the south shore of Long Island, New York, is being named a new “Hope Spot” by Mission Blue, an international organization that supports the protection of oceans worldwide. This distinction is the result of a decade of restorative and scientific work co-led by Ellen Pikitch, Ph.D., Christopher Gobler, Ph.D. and Bradley Peterson, Ph.D. in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) at Stony Brook University.
Hope Spots are iconic ocean regions that stand out as some of the most pristine on the globe. This places Shinnecock Bay in a league with internationally-recognized locations such as The Galapagos Islands, the Sargasso Sea, and the Ross Sea in Antarctica. The bay is the first Hope Spot in New York State, the only one near a major metropolitan region, and one of only three others on the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. https://www.newswise.com/articles/shinnecock-bay-recognized-as-a-new-global-hope-spot
The researchers analyzed 2,049 breast cancer samples and compared findings across three age groups: patients younger than 30 years old, patients 30 to 39 years old, and patients 40 and older. Patients in the younger age groups had higher rates of BRCA1 mutations and lower rates of CDH1 and PIK3CA mutations than did older patients. https://medicine.yale.edu/news-article/mutations-differ-across-younger-and-older-patients-with-breast-cance
Pancreatic cancer risk linked to eating a high-fat diet, new study finds
Pancreatic cancer is considered the 10th most common cancer in the UK, with about 10,500 new cases every year. According to a new study, consuming a high-fat diet could be significantly increasing your risk https://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/health/pancreatic-cancer-risk-linked-eating-27129103
Moreover, according to the relevant data, heritable cancers make up only five to 10 percent of all diagnosed cancers. The rest are brought on by exposome-related factors, which spark genetic mutations.
“That’s an important thing to consider, because it says that cancer isn’t inevitable,” Prof. Wishart says in a university release. https://www.mdpi.com/2218-1989/12/2/154
Smartphone gaming induces dry eye symptoms and reduces blinking in school-aged children https://www.nature.com/articles/s41433-022-02122-2
"We are starting to see the negative impact of removing vegetation and responding to it by putting trees back in."
Eleanor Lang and Dan Florence work with farmers in the central west to make their properties more sustainable. (ABC Central West: Hamish Cole )
Senior research officer Dan Florence said growing concerns about animal welfare were also contributing to the rise of shelterbelts.
"Animal welfare is now becoming more topical from a consumer and buyer perspective," he said.
"With a changing climate and really hot summers people are thinking more about their livestock's health and trying to give them a bit of shade and protection."
Mr Florence said the windbreaks could also play an important role in agriculture reducing net emissions. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-06-06/nsw-sheep-farmer-plants-15000-trees-on-property-/101123228
At first, the gas was dense, which slowed down the motion of things like asteroids and planetesimals with gas drag. But as the Sun got going, it produced more solar wind and radiation.
The solar nebula was still there, but the solar wind and radiation pushed on it, dissipating it. As it dissipated, it became less dense, and there was less drag on objects.
Without the dampening effect of dense gas, asteroids accelerated and collided with each other more frequently.
According to Hunt and her colleagues, the reduction of gas drag is responsible.
"The theory that best explained this energetic early phase of the solar system indicated that it was caused primarily by the dissipation of the so-called solar nebula," study co-author Maria Schönbächler explained. https://www.sciencealert.com/ancient-asteroids-reveal-that-the-early-solar-system-was-more-chaotic-than-we-thought
Today, approximately two years have passed since the trial began and there are no signs that the cancer has returned in any of the study patients. MSK is continuing their work and encouraging rectal cancer patients to get tested to see if their tumor might have the MMRd mutation. They are also expanding the research to look at the potential efficacy of the treatment in cancers of other types and locations. https://www.syfy.com/syfy-wire/100-of-mmrd-rectal-cancer-remission-with-immunotherapy-in-study
What can people do to avoid sudden heart attacks? https://www.livemint.com/science/health/what-can-people-do-to-avoid-sudden-heart-attacks-11654398770270.html
Doctors and nurses need 20-minute power naps during night shifts to keep patients safe
No doctor or nurse should work more than 3 night shifts in a row due to effects on both patient safety and their own personal safety https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/954941
- Climate change is causing Utah's Great Salt Lake to shrink drastically, The New York Times reports, paving the way for an environmental catastrophe that could turn the air around Salt Lake City into a poisonous cloud of arsenic.
Once exposed, the bed of the Great Salt Lake could cause arsenic — a classic poison that's toxic and carcinogenic to humans — to be carried by wind storms over to the city of over 200,000 residents.
The lake bed also holds other dangerous heavy metals, the result of nearby mining activity, meaning that just the dust in the air can cause respiratory problems. And that has residents alarmed.
"We have this potential environmental nuclear bomb that’s going to go off if we don’t take some pretty dramatic action," Joel Ferry, a Republican state lawmaker and local resident, told the NYT. https://futurism.com/the-byte/toxic-clouds-great-salt-lake
List of 94 remote jobs from last couple of days
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- Executive Director \)link\) Minnesota Music Coalition · $60,000 · Minnesota, US non-tech, sales-marketing, engineering
- Manager Of Media Strategy \)link\) The Opportunity Agenda · $83,500 - $100,000 · New York, US non-tech, sales-marketing, tech
- Direct Marketing Manager \)link\) International Fund for Animal Welfare - IFAW · District of Columbia, US non-tech, sales-marketing
- Graphic Designer & Email Marketer \)link\) Caden Lane · San Antonio engineering
- Front End Engineer - Full Time \)link\) OCR Labs · London / Sydney / San Francisco engineering, full-time, front-end-programming, anywhere-in-the-world
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- Senior Manager, Banks, Investor Engagement \)link\) Ceres · $84,000 - $87,000 · MA, US non-tech
- Request For Proposals- Senior Pharmaceutical Scientist Consultancy \)link\) International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) · Gauteng, ZA non-tech
- Finance Coordinator \)link\) The Center for Cultural Power · $70,000 - $85,000 · California, US non-tech, engineering
- Training Support Specialist \)link\) Behavioral Tech · $43,000 - $46,000 · Washington, US non-tech, sales-marketing, engineering
- Nonprofit Crm Consultant \)link\) iMission Institute · $45 - $75 · Connecticut, US tech, engineering, sales-marketing
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- Staff Attorney, Reproductive Justice \)link\) Lawyers for Good Government · $85,000 - $85,001 · District of Columbia, US non-tech, sales-marketing
- Campaign Fundraising Specialist \)link\) The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society · Virginia, US non-tech, sales-marketing, tech
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- Community Engagement Officer, Cook County, Illinois \)link\) GiveDirectly · $25 · Illinois, US non-tech
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- Full Stack Engineer \)link\) OCR Labs · Sydney / London / San Francisco engineering, full-time, full-stack-programming, anywhere-in-the-world
- Director, Creative Partnerships \)link\) Public Art Fund, Inc. · $90,000 - $95,000 · New York, US design, sales-marketing
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- Program Specialist, Family Law \)link\) D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center · $55,000 - $60,000 · District of Columbia, US non-tech
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- Communications and Marketing Associate \)link\) National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy · $50,000 - $65,000 · District of Columbia, US tech, sales-marketing
- Public Relations Specialist \)link\) National Electrical Contractors Association · District of Columbia, US tech, sales-marketing
- Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Specialist-remote \)link\) Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team · $38,602 - $64,337 · District of Columbia, US n-a, merl
- Product Designer \)link\) Arcarta · Remote design
- Hr Generalist \)link\) Wildlife Conservation Network · $70,000 - $80,000 · California, US non-tech
- Facilitation and Mentorship Manager \)link\) Martin Family Initiative · Québec, CA engineering, non-tech, sales-marketing
- Counsel \)link\) TNTP · $100,000 - $150,000 · NY, US non-tech
- Community Engagement Manager- Cook County, Illinois \)link\) GiveDirectly · $30 · Illinois, US non-tech
- Administrative Farm Assistant \)link\) Edgewood Community Farm · District of Columbia, US non-tech, tech, engineering
- Internship Nlp Data Scientist \)link\) CertiK · New York / Remote defi, ethereum, developer, finance, digital-nomad, security, growth, investment, internship, full-time, startups, telecommute, flexible-hours
- Senior Software Engineer - Cloud Engine \)link\) Dremio · USD 121,000 - 152,300 · Germany - Remote engineering
- Curriculum Specialist \)link\) Connecticut Historical Society · $41,860 - $41,861 · Connecticut, US non-tech
- Foundation Partnerships Manager \)link\) Muso · $89,000 · Californie, US sales-marketing
- Assistant Director \)link\) The Illinois Network of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies · Illinois, US non-tech
- Technical Manager, Ghg Accounting and Reporting \)link\) Science Based Targets · Distrito de Columbia, US non-tech
- Project Finance Analyst \)link\) Making Cents International · District of Columbia, US n-a
- Remote Inside Sales Account Executive \)link\) 2NDGEAR sales-marketing, account-manager, business-development, customer-service, help-desk, full-time, usa
- Social Media Marketing Associate \)link\) iMission Institute · $30 - $45 · Connecticut, US non-tech, engineering, sales-marketing, tech
- Data Engineering Technical Lead \)link\) Fictiv · USD 33,511 - 112,000 · Remote - USA engineering, remote-positions-available
- Ssvf Program Coordinator \)link\) Village for Vets · $55,000 - $60,000 · California, US non-tech
- Remote Transcriber For Law Enforcement Audios \)link\) Net Transcripts, Inc. non-tech, law-enforcement, freelance-contract, usa-only
- Membership & Communications Specialist \)link\) Theatre Bay Area · $2,000 - $2,001 · California, US non-tech, tech, sales-marketing
- Manager, Fundraising Campaigns & Volunteer Engagement \)link\) Crohn's & Colitis Foundation · Tennessee, US non-tech, sales-marketing
- Associate Director Of Development \)link\) Center for Family Representation, Inc. · $79,700 - $94,800 · NY, US tech, non-tech, sales-marketing
- Digital Storyteller \)link\) Gamma Phi Beta Sorority · $46,000 - $56,000 · Colorado, US n-a
- Product Manager \)link\) Kitcheck · USA tech, product, full-time, bluesight-for-controlled-substances
- Landing Page Designer \)link\) Bucket · Remote design
- Sr. Advocacy Specialist \)link\) ZERO TO THREE · DC, US non-tech
- Remote Product Designer \)link\) SOCi, Inc · Remote, US design, product-design, social-media, telecommute, full-time
- Remote Inside Sales Representative \)link\) Photobooth Supply Co sales-marketing, tech-support, ios, account-manager, full-time, usa
- Remote Product Owner \)link\) Maharishi Foundation International tech, project-management, scrum-master, product-management, full-time, global
- Community Manager, Fundraising Campaigns & Volunteer Engagement \)link\) Crohn's & Colitis Foundation · Florida, US non-tech, tech, sales-marketing, engineering
- Technical Product Owner \)link\) Simprints Technology Ltd · England, GB non-tech, engineering
- Training and Development Manager \)link\) Martin Family Initiative · Québec, CA engineering, non-tech, sales-marketing
- Senior Copy Writer \)link\) Beckett Collectibles · USA non-tech, writing, full-time
- Digital Advocacy Manager \)link\) Common Defense · $60,000 - $70,000 · New York, US non-tech, tech
- Senior Data Engineer - Kraków \)link\) Craft · USD 76,833 - 150,000 · Kraków, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, … engineering, remote
- Senior Digital Designer \)link\) 80Twenty · New York City engineering, 5157
- Development Officer \)link\) Asia Initiatives · $60,000 - $80,000 · New York, US sales-marketing, non-tech
- Program Officer, C3 Grantmaking \)link\) New Venture Fund (Catalytic Capital Consortium) · $85,000 - $100,000 · District of Columbia, US tech, non-tech, sales-marketing, nvf
- Account Executive \)link\) GitLab · EMEA sales-marketing, sales, full-time
- Technical Research Intern \)link\) Polygon · Remote defi, ethereum, developer, finance, digital-nomad, full-time, startups, telecommute, flexible-hours
- Chief Operations Officer \)link\) Kidspace Children's Museum · $125,000 - $135,000 · CA, US non-tech, engineering, coo
- Financial Analyst \)link\) International Council on Clean Transportation · California, US n-a, u-s
- Gcp Data Engineer \)link\) Dun & Bradstreet · USD 76,833 - 150,000 · Remote - United States engineering, r-12566
- Data Scientist / Netconomy \)link\) Uppeople · Ukraine engineering, data, full-time
- Human Resources Generalist \)link\) Seed Global Health · MA, US tech, non-tech
- Junior Data Engineer \)link\) Typeqast · USD 30,000 - 65,013 · Split/Zagreb/Osijek/remote, Croatia engineering, full-time, telecommute, databricks, data-warehousing, etl, pipelines, power-bi, python, sql, career-development, flex-hours, flex-vacation, startup-environment, croatia, engineering-jobs, back-to-job-search, m-f
- Business Development Writer \)link\) Orr Group · $50,000 · District of Columbia, US sales-marketing
- Senior Researcher \)link\) GiveWell · $181,400 · California, US non-tech
- Sre/devops Remote \)link\) CloudLinux · Poland - Remote engineering
- Internal Communications Specialist \)link\) Earthjustice Headquarters · $70,300 - $91,800 · CA, US tech
- Customer Success Manager \)link\) Limble · USA sales-marketing, customer-service, full-time
- College Success Advisor \)link\) Camp Catanese Foundation · $50,000 - $60,000 · Arizona, US non-tech
- Devops Engineer Ii \)link\) Civis Analytics · Remote engineering, remote-u-s
- Senior Associate, Hydrogen \)link\) RMI · $79,000 - $93,000 · Colorado, US sales-marketing, engineering
- Executive Director \)link\) International Enneagram Association (IEA) · $95,000 - $100,000 · Ohio, US non-tech, sales-marketing, tech
- Director Of Press and Digital Media \)link\) Citizen Action of New York · $67,500 - $80,000 · New York, US tech
- Data Engineer \)link\) Mintel · USD 76,833 - 150,000 · Belfast engineering
- Lead Product Manager \)link\) Simprints Technology Ltd · England, GB engineering
- Senior Web Project Manager \)link\) Major Tom · Canada n-a, all-others, full-time
- Technology Recruiter \)link\) Foxbox Digital · Americas non-tech, human-resources, full-time
- Senior Associate, Corporate Climate and Energy \)link\) Ceres · $55,000 - $58,000 · MA, US non-tech
- Lead Data Engineer \)link\) Govini · Remote engineering
- Development Associate \)link\) Hot Bread Kitchen · $50,000 - $55,000 · New York, US non-tech, sales-marketing
- Data Scientist 3 \)link\) Amyris · USD 68,428 - 135,000 · Remote, USA engineering, 3238
Hello friends! These are the open remote positions I've found that were published today. See you tomorrow! Bleep blop 🤖
Best Swing Trading Stocks: Week of 07-22-2022
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Hello to all our readers including Traders, Investors, Analysts, and others!!!!
Let’s recap this week’s latest news. RIVN, Financial) and its biggest customer Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN, Financial) announced a landmark step in their partnership
; Amazon has now begun delivering packages with electric vans from Rivian. Federal authorities brought the first-ever cryptocurrency insider-trading case Thursday, accusing a former Coinbase Global manager
of tipping off his brother and a friend with confidential information and signaling in a companion case an aggressive new push to police digital tokens. Mattel CEO Ynon Kreiz told CNBC’s Jim Cramer that the company’s highly anticipated Barbie movie finished production on Thursday.
If you are a regular reader, you may be already aware, we recommend 10-12 stocks in 2 different categories – 1. ValueGrowth and 2. TechFund, to fit different trading styles and strategies. You can find more details about these strategies in our FAQ section. This is more of a swing trading, as we keep balancing our portfolio on a weekly basis, mostly on Friday. If you are new, welcome. Visit our site to get all relevant information about stocks and make sure to subscribe
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Here we are again with this week’s recommendations. Please note that overall the market was very much on the upside, and whether you are following our recommendations or not, I am sure if you have been trading this week ending today then you must have collected a lot of profits. If not, and you are skeptical about the market, add swing trading to your trading strategy and get started to follow our recommendations. We are going to publish the performance results for the last few months and this year to date, to give you some ideas of how we have been compared against the S&P 500 and other major indexes.
Now let's look at our picks for this week. StockXpo's – ValueGrowth Strategy
As you know, this is more like Buffett's Value Strategy, but our stock-picking criterion is to pick the top 3 out of such value stocks. Moreover, we are more likely to hold them for the short term, not the long term. Our backtesting suggests that weekly balancing gives very good results week over week and year over year, it can grow your portfolio exponentially if you just consistently follow these strategies. So our picks are LBTYA, CDR and PAM in this category.
https://preview.redd.it/7pqb994f62i91.png?width=6000&format=png&auto=webp&s=3b38cdd968c08b23c68e74fb97f0cb11572fc4c9 LBTYA(Liberty Global plc):
Liberty Global plc, together with its subsidiaries, provides broadband internet, video, fixed-line telephony, and mobile communications services to residential and business customers. It offers value-added broadband services, such as intelligent WiFi features; security; smart home, online storage solutions, and Web spaces; Connect Box, a set-top or Horizon box that delivers in-home Wi-Fi service; community Wi-Fi via routers in the home, which provides access to the internet; and public Wi-Fi access points in train stations, hotels, bars, restaurants, and other public places. CDR(Cedar Realty Trust, Inc.):
Cedar Realty Trust, Inc. is a fully-integrated real estate investment trust which focuses on the ownership, operation and redevelopment of grocery-anchored shopping centers in high-density urban markets from Washington, D.C. to Boston. The Company's portfolio (excluding properties treated as “held for sale") comprises 54 properties, with approximately 8.1 million square feet of gross leasable area. PAM(Pampa Energía S.A.):
Pampa Energía S.A., an integrated power company, engages in the generation and transmission of electricity in Argentina. The company operates through Electricity Generation, Oil and Gas, Petrochemicals, Holding, and Other Business segments. It generates electricity through combined thermal generation plants, open-cycle gas turbines, and hydroelectric power generation systems, as well as through a wind farm. The company has an installed electricity generation capacity of approximately 4,970 megawatts; and 21,414 kilometers of high voltage electricity transmission network in Argentina. It is also involved in the exploration and production of oil and gas. StockXpo's TechFund Strategy
This is the most active category and we give a lot of preference here to stocks that have strong technical and strong fundamental current and past track records. That’s why we call it the TechFund (TAFA
) strategy. Just like other strategies, we pick these companies here for weekly based swing trade recommendations.
Please note that we have added it from this list $ECPG
ECPG(Encore Capital Group, Inc.):
Encore Capital Group, Inc., a specialty finance company, provides debt recovery solutions and other related services for consumers across financial assets worldwide. The company purchases portfolios of defaulted consumer receivables at deep discounts to face value, as well as manages them by working with individuals as they repay their obligations and work toward financial recovery. It is also involved in the provision of early-stage collection, business process outsourcing, and contingent collection services, as well as debt servicing and other portfolio management services to credit originators for non-performing loans. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.
CHEF(The Chefs' Warehouse, Inc.):
The Chefs' Warehouse, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the distribution of specialty food products in the United States and Canada. The company's product portfolio includes approximately 50,000 stock-keeping units, such as specialty food products, such as artisan charcuterie, specialty cheeses, unique oils and vinegar, truffles, caviar, chocolate, and pastry products. It also offers a line of center-of-the-plate products, including custom-cut beef, seafood, and hormone-free poultry, as well as food products, such as cooking oils, butter, eggs, milk, and flour. The company serves menu-driven independent restaurants, fine dining establishments, country clubs, hotels, caterers, culinary schools, bakeries, patisseries, chocolatiers, cruise lines, casinos, and specialty food stores. USAK(USA Truck, Inc.):
USA Truck, Inc. operates as a truckload carrier in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. The company operates in two segments, Trucking, and USAT Logistics. The Trucking segment offers motor carrier services as a medium-haul common and contract carrier; and freight services. The USAT Logistics segment provides freight brokerage, logistics, and intermodal rail services. As of December 31, 2021, the company operated a fleet of 2,157 tractors, which included 641 independent contractor tractors; and 6,548 trailers. USA Truck, Inc. was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Van Buren, Arkansas. OTTR(Otter Tail Corporation):
Otter Tail Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, engages in electric utility, manufacturing, and plastic pipe businesses in the United States. The company's Electric segment produces, transmits, distributes, and sells electric energy in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota; and operates as a participant in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. markets. This segment generates electricity through coal, wind and hydro, and natural gas. It serves approximately 133,000 residential, industrial, and other commercial customers. Its Manufacturing segment engages in the contract machining, metal parts stamping, fabrication and painting, and production of plastic thermoformed horticultural containers, life science and industrial packaging, and material handling components, and extruded raw material stock for recreational vehicle, agricultural, construction, lawn, and garden, and industrial and energy equipment industries. EVH(Evolent Health, Inc):
Evolent Health, Inc., a healthcare company, through its subsidiary, Evolent Health LLC, provides clinical and administrative solutions to payers and providers in the United States. It operates in two segments, Evolent Health Services, and Clinical Solutions. The Evolent Health Services segment provides an integrated administrative and clinical platform for health plan administration and population health management. It offers financial and administrative management services, such as health plan services, risk management, analytics and reporting, and leadership and management; and Identify, a proprietary technology system that aggregates and analyzes data, manages care workflows, and engages patients, population health performance that delivers patient-centric cost-effective care. The Clinical Solutions segment offers specialty care management services to support a range of specialty care delivery stakeholders during their transition from fee-for-service to value-based care, independent of their stage of maturation and specific market dynamics in oncology and cardiology; and holistic total cost of care improvement. PEB(Pebblebrook Hotel Trust):
Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (NYSE: PEB) is a publicly traded real estate investment trust (“REIT") and the largest owner of urban and resort lifestyle hotels in the United States. The Company owns 53 hotels, totaling approximately 13,200 guestrooms across 14 urban and resort markets, with a focus on the west coast gateway cities. ADTN(ADTRAN Holdings, Inc.):
ADTRAN Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides end-to-end fiber networking solutions for communications service providers, enterprises, and government customers in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Mexico, and internationally. It operates through two segments, Network Solutions, and Services & Support. The company offers fiber access and fiber to the node platforms; transceivers, cables, and other miscellaneous materials; passive optical network optical line terminals; fiber to the distribution point Gfast distribution point units; cabinet and outside plant enclosures and services; packet optical transports; fixed wireless access platforms; and network management and subscriber services, and control and orchestration software. StockXpo's Diversification Strategy
Companies often think about diversification when they reach a certain point in their development. Igor Ansoff
identified diversification as one of the four main growth strategies in 1957, and it allows companies to look at other markets or new products to expand their reach and revenue.
Diversification aims to smooth out unsystematic risk occurrences in a portfolio by ensuring that the positive performance of some investments balances out the negative performance of others. Only if the securities in the portfolio are not completely correlated—that is, if they react to market factors differently, frequently in opposing ways—does diversification pay off.
If you are following all strategies and watchlist – here is the recommendation for the StocXpo diversification Strategy-
- SELL(NX, PRPH, CNM, CVLG, BLDR, STKL, WVE)
- HOLD(ECPG, USAK, EVH)
- BUY(LBTYA, CHEF, OTTR, PAM, CDR, PEB, ADTN)
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The NOCEBO Effect
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PRELUDE (Skip this is you want to): We all have our reason for loving the Stock, and all of us do it on our own. I've been in it since the January Sneeze, 2021... I have photos and screenshots of being locked out of my trading account and being placed on hold for 3 hours while monitoring RH (my secondary account at the time) as well as all the photos flooding in on WallStreetBets as retail traders reported actual stocks being censored out of the "Free Market"... When we say that they took away the buy button; that means that they took away the tickers completely. You couldn't get to them at all, they wouldn't come up in any results, regardless of the APEX broker. They were, in all actuality, Disappeared…
I don't know why I was feeling impressed to look at stocks the week prior, I don't know why I had this sudden urge to be more active in it. It had to do with being locked in for so long and the need to invest myself into something else. But living in the pandemic, with all the extra "policies" that they went ahead and put everyone through--even after the science indicated that these mandates, masks, and mrna shots could be harmful to the people.
This, after years of our political "leaders" pitting us against each other with lie after lie after lie, and harmful policy after harmful policy that stripped the public of freedom, liberty, and justice to line their own pockets and cover their own asses.
You see, I came down with a serious case of broken back just before Trump went to Washington. I had been an actor for 15 years, so watching movies (when you can't fill the roles) was maddening... So I studied current events and our politicians at work. I read anything I could find on every outlet for years, cross referencing and double checking statements... Needless to say, by January 2021, I needed to a new subject... Then it happened, they showed me that it wasn't free--and they were responsible. They turned off the buy button.
I sold all my investments and sunk them into the BANG Gang. GME, NOK, AMC, and BB. Those were all edited out of reality. With every paycheck (I have a broken back, I never registered as disabled, I use my mind to work), I was sinking more and more into GME first and AMC second. It was a nice balance. AMC was lining up like GME and AMCApes picked up everything they know from the OGApes of GME, and they learned quickly. But GME was the first problem, and thus they've been the ever-elephant in the room--spoken or unspoken.
Disclaimer: These companies are leading the market at hiring people right out of college, I imagine it has to do with ramping up Gamma on the Manipulation Index, possibly benefiting longevity… Remember the likelihood of blackmail victims being prevalent while reading this, many innocent people are not the bad actors here… It’s more likely only at the top...
[The NOCEBO Effect]
"History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes" --Mark Twain
Grasp for a moment that there are companies older than countries, and these companies very much mimic immunosuppression.. Immunosuppression is a reduction of the activation or efficacy of the immune system. A live threat presents itself, and these companies shut down vital parts of the organism in order to allow the danger to continue under the radar… Boston Consulting Group, via the parent—Boston Group, is one said company.
Through research, the Apes have pulled forward a multitude of examples where predatory companies have broken the law to bankrupt businesses into nonexistence for their own gain. Citadel and Bain Capital have been engaging in Bust out schemes for decades, for the profit not only themselves but Amazon as well. It wasn’t until Boston Consulting Group sued GameStop for $30,000,000 that they were connected to these aforementioned entities, to the Apes’ knowledge. Then everything started clicking into place. BCG was at the center of much of this activity… BCG has been involved in directly consulting SEARS, JCPenney, Neiman Marcus, Kohls, Whole Foods, Circuit City, Blockbuster, Victoria’s Secret, ToysRus, KBToys [thank you for the display, u/BasicAd4976
] And we’ve now uncovered connections to Blackberry, [AMC], Nokia, and GameStop. That’s the BANG-gang, Bangerang for the BANG-gang… BCG has placed consultants in these companies to advise how they move forward, they did this while Amazon (i.e. other clients) was targeting the industry of each of these and Citadel/Bain would short their company stocks... Bust Out Scheme. Looking at the dates of these activities, it becomes clearer with the more you look at them, they all acted these out at roughly the same time. This information is backed up by the amount that both Citadel and BCG trade players. [List from Anonymous]
But it doesn’t stop there, the deeper Apes Dig, the more they find on this particular pile of shit… u/THC_Is_Me
did a remarkable DD on BCG’s connection with certain entities within the US Government. https://www.reddit.com/Superstonk/comments/tz2ewg/bcg_is_a_terrorist_organization_disguised_as/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share
I bet these Shitheads didn’t expect this…
Nocebo Effect: When the bad effects of trying to “fix” the situation ends up being worse than the bad situation that you’re in.
To the Reader: Please get ready for the worst theory rounded out, the type of thing you push back as paranoia… In this section, we round out how Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a central part of a Global Collaboration that is locking Apes up and drugging them… Here we go…
June 2008: As of 2008, AstraZeneca hired Boston Consulting Group to help them penetrate the Chinese medical market. A Pfizer spokesman said the company doesn’t generally discuss marketing strategy, but said “we are currently experiencing reasonable growth in our prescription-drug business in China.” AstraZeneca’s push into China began in earnest around 2002. Bruno Angelici, its executive VP for International sales and marketing outside of the US and Canada, started traveling to China regularly. The Company hired BCG in Hong Kong, where Mr. Yin worked at the time, to draw up a plan for the Chinese market. AstraZeneca’s sales in China had been growing at around 12% annually, but Mr. Angelici wanted more. Though he had commitment for more funding from AstraZeneca’s London headquarters, the problem was where to spend it; the country’s eastern cities were saturated with sales representatives, so AstraZeneca looked inland. Mr. Yin had a list of nearly 700 cities, with data on each ranging from per capita spending on health care to population projections. They narrowed the list down to around 200 of the most promising cities and nicknamed the strategy Project 88. Mr. Yin and his team at Boston Consulting developed a computer algorithm to help decide where to put sales representatives. Mr. Yin says the algorithm told them to bulk up significantly in Xinjiang… In 2002, AstraZeneca had around 8 sales reps in Xingjiang, by 2008, it had 43. “Now, everybody is interested in Xinjiang”, stated Mr. Yin of Boston Consulting Group at the time… Uighur, the Turkic language, is widely used in this province (twice the size of Texas). https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB121331518414669979
July 2009: Urumqi riots ostensibly started as a peaceful street protest demanding official action over two Uyghurs who died in Shaogun. After 70 of their leaders were taken into custody, a group of 1000 people were gathered in front of the hospital in Shanxi Alley, the biggest of the crowds that were protesting in the province. The matter was blamed on racism. Many Uyghurs were disappeared and according to China News Service, by 2010, at least 26 Uyghurs had received death sentances. Following trials in October of 2009, one person was executed and several others were sentenced to between 5 to 7 years and life imprisonment… https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wki/July_2009_%C3%9Cr%C3%BCmqi_riots
So BCG begins working with AstraZeneca in 2008, targeting Xinjiang Provence in China, and by 2009 they are rioting outside of hospitals… The media blamed it on Racism…
Since then, Chinese government reports that birth rates in mostly Uyghur regions of Hotan and Kashgar fell by more than 60%. In the same period, the birth rate of the whole country only decreased by 9.69%... Authorities admit that birth rates dropped by almost 1/3 in Xinjiang in 2018, but denied reports of “forced sterilization and genocide”. Birth rates fell a further 24% in 2019, compared to 4.2% nationwide… https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wik/Uyghur_genocide
Pretty sure we’ve all heard the phrase “Uyghur Genocide”. The question is, why? Moving on…
2014-15 Sierra Leone: "San Francisco-based Metabiota Inc. was tapped by the Sierra Leonean government and the World Health Organization to help monitor the spread of the virus and support the response after Ebola was discovered circulating in neighboring Guinea in March 2014. But emails obtained by AP and interviews with aid workers on the ground show that some of the company's actions made an already chaotic situation worse. "Metabiota's team worked tirelessly, skillfully and at substantial potential danger to themselves to assist when most of the world was still ignoring the problem," he said in an email. "We are proud of our team efforts which went above and beyond the call of duty." Wolfe said some of the problems flagged were misunderstandings - and that others were planted by commercial rivals... "We didn't have the personnel and the infrastructure that was needed to handle the onslaught of cases that were coming," he said. "We were doing the best we had with what we had there." -- Dr. Bob Garry https://www.cbsnews.com/news/american-company-metabiota-problems-during-ebola-outbreak/
"The United Nations called on BCG to help manage the worldwide response to the fast-moving Ebola crisis. Within 48 hours, BCG had a team in place at U.N. headquarters in New York. Working closely with the World Health Organization (WHO), BCG supported the initial design of the Ebola response and developed a novel 30-60-90 day plan to get the epidemic under control. After the initial planning, the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER) deployed to West Africa, and so did BCG. Shortly thereafter, BCG helped design and facilitate a pivotal four-day planning conference in Accra, Ghana, that brought more than 80 experts together with all the major partners to align on a robust, unified response strategy and implementation plan for the three affected countries—Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. U.N. officials later cited the meeting as a turning point in the Ebola fight. In all, BCG invested $2.2 million in professional fees and expenses in the Ebola effort. BCG’s analysis found that for too long, the response to the outbreak was “virus centric,” focused on getting resources and technical solutions in place. It was only when the response also became “people focused”—understanding and adapting to the influences of culture, beliefs, and practices—that Ebola began to be brought under control and communities became more likely to accept the response." https://www.bcg.com/capabilities/social-impact-sustainability/smarter-ways-fight-ebola
Oct. 2014: Air Worldwide out of Boston [A Verisk Analytics, NJ company (Weather Catastrophe consulting company for the insurance industry as of 2003] stated at the time, “There is a high level of uncertainty associated with estimating the dynamics of a disease during an on-going outbreak. Preliminary estimates from AIR's soon-to-be-released Emerging Infectious Disease Model (which will be part of the updated AIR Pandemic Model) suggest that the projected outbreak sizes reported by these various groups are possible, especially if mitigation and containment measures in West Africa are not expanded. While containing the current outbreak has proven difficult, the risk of sustained and widespread infection across multiple continents remains low. Scientists have used simulations of travel by airplane and local disease transmission dynamics to estimate the probability that an individual infected with Ebola will enter a foreign country undetected, and the expected number of people who would subsequently be infected.” Take a look at what their pandemic model covers in the Editor’s Note… Editor's Note: The forthcoming update to AIR's pandemic model will cover emerging infectious diseases, including coronaviruses and filoviruses such as Marburg and Ebola. The Ebola outbreak is currently showing no signs of slowing, and projections show the possibility that hundreds of thousands of people could be infected by early next year, mainly in West Africa. The potential for sustained and widespread infection across multiple continents remains low. AIR disease modeling experts share their insights in this article. https://www.air-worldwide.com/publications/air-currents/2014/Understanding-the-Ebola-Outbreak/
Aug. 2015: The Global Health Risk Framework Project Workshop on Pandemic Financing found Metabiota CEO Wolfe on a panel with AirWorldwide Principle Scientist Nita Madhav (now Metabiota CEO and World Economic Forum Jr. member) discussing the Identification of Triggers and Modeling Risk, while BCG moderated directly afterword on the same, as well as on a panel discussing Investment Case for Preparedness and the Role of the Private Sector. https://nap.nationalacademies.org/read/21855/chapte13#83
Apr. 2016: AIRWorldwide Pandemic Model: Event ID 810254128 This Megadisaster scenario, with Event ID 810254128 in the stochastic catalog of the AIR Pandemic Model, kills nearly 23 million people and sickens more than 2.6 billion. In the early stages of the event, particularly in resource-limited regions, reporting agencies are overwhelmed by the magnitude of cases and deaths. Illness severity ranges from mild flu-like symptoms (i.e., fever, chills, malaise, cough, etc.) for which those infected may not seek treatment, to critical outcomes involving coinfections (such as pneumococcal pneumonia) that mandate hospitalization in an intensive care unit (ICU) or cause death. This modeled event causes about 300,000 deaths, 4 million hospitalizations, and 40 million outpatient clinic appointments in the United States alone. https://www.air-worldwide.com/publications/air-currents/2016/global-pandemic-megadisaster-are-you-prepared/
2017: Metabiota partners with Amazon's AWS rescale to tackle big epidemics (Pandemics) https://aws.amazon.com/partners/success/metabiota-rescale/ https://rescale.com/big-epidemics-big-cloud-computing/
Feb. 2019: Merck acquires Antelliq for their bovine tracking system and the potential therein, "Merck was represented by Barclays and Centerview Partners and Antelliq was represented by Goldman Sachs International, BCG and Rothschild & Co... BCG did the VDD (Vendor Due Diligence) for BC Partners and Antelliq. We knew the asset from the previous transaction in 2013 and we were amazed by the digital transformation achieved in five years. The company went from a leader in traditional livestock identification tags (e.g. the plastic tags in cows’ ears), to a fully-fledged data management company. This was enabled by the acquisition of an Israeli startup, and the development deployment of a “big data” smart monitoring system." https://www.finance-monthly.com/2019/02/merck-to-acquire-antelliq-group/
An application garnering increased interest is the use of real-world evidence to serve as synthetic control arms (SCAs), dramatically changing the historical approach to clinical development testing. SCAs have the potential to reduce the number of patients required in traditional control arms, especially active-comparator or standard-of-care arms, thereby decreasing the study cost, accelerating the speed to result, and boosting the overall attractiveness of clinical trial participation for prospective patients.
Indeed, all signs indicate that the use of SCAs is poised to take off. The relevant data is becoming more readily available, and the advanced analytics needed to gain insights are rapidly improving. Moreover, regulators have become increasingly open to accepting the results of SCAs as the basis for decisions and are supporting efforts to test their use. Adding to these catalysts, the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to accelerate efforts to expand the use of real-world evidence in the pharma industry." https://www.bcg.com/publications/2021/synthetic-control-arms-changing-clinical-trials
October 2019: This article breaks down the BCG Classic/Platinion/Digital Ventures/Gamma divisions: BCG "Classic" focuses on analyzing a business problem or scenario and making a recommendation. Platinion is actually building and implementing technology - this is the "enablement" part. DV is focused on growth beyond the core business through digital means (digitalizing). BCG Gamma is focused on data science technology: it's building algorithms, machine learning systems and other data intensive products for its clients (might include mining all their existing customer data, marrying it with publicly available customer information and building a prediction engine to determine which customers are likely to become valuable in the future.) Ultimately, BCG is pursuing a strategy that allows it to help its clients run the gamut: from helping define right strategy to building the right technology to follow through on it. In many ways, BCG has already proven that the hypothesis of strategy plus implementation works. For example, BCG has a well regarded post-merger integration practice which is focused on how to successfully integrate an acquired company, not on the strategic decision itself to acquire (or not acquire) a company. [See also Bain Vector and McKinsey Digital] https://www.rocketblocks.me/blog/bcg-platinion-overview.php
Next we consider a very special vaccine called Bacillus Calmette–Guérin (BCG, I shit you not)... Serious side effects are rare. Often, redness, swelling, and mild pain occur at the site of injection. A small ulcer may also form with some scarring after healing. Side effects are more common and potentially more severe in those with immunosuppression. The BCG vaccine was first used medically in 1921, so it's nice and cheap. It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines. As of 2004, the vaccine is given to about 100 million children per year globally... It is encouraged in areas that where leprosy and tuberculosis are more common, is applied to fighting cancer, it has been one of the most useful immunotherapies to date, has been the standard against bladder cancer for some time, and was originally developed from Mycobacterium bovis, which is commonly found in cattle...
Approximately, 1.5 million people died from TB in 2020 (including 214,000 among HIV positive people). WHO modelling projections suggest the number of people developing TB and dying from the disease could be much higher in 2021 and 2022.
I know, it’s getting dark quickly… I’m going to give a side fact to give you a moment…
Side fact: One of the main scientists that brought BCG about was Albert Calmette. He also came up with the Amylolytic process or amylolysis is the conversion of starch into sugar by the action of acids or enzymes such as amylase... Brewing/distilling. The amylolytic process is also useful in the breaking down of molecules, it can be closely associated with the process of hydrolysis (molecular breakdown with water)... He also pioneered antivenom. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Calmette
"Talk is cheap, it takes money to buy whiskey." --RC
Steroids were the first class of immunosuppressant drugs identified, though side-effects of early compounds limited their use. The more specific [vague] azathioprine was identified in 1960, but it was the discovery of ciclosporin in 1980 (together with azathioprine) that allowed significant expansion of transplantation to less well-matched donor-recipient pairs as well as broad application to lung transplantation, pancreas transplantation, and heart transplantation. After an organ transplantation, the body will nearly always reject the new organ(s) due to differences in human leukocyte antigen between the donor and recipient. As a result, the immune system detects the new tissue as "foreign", and attempts to remove it by attacking it with white blood cells, resulting in the death of the donated tissue. Immunosuppressants are administered in order to help prevent rejection; however, the body becomes more vulnerable to infections and malignancy during the course of such treatment. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immunosuppression
"eew eew llams a evah I" --RC
An example of non-deliberately induced immunosuppression is HIV... It’s still rather dark, I’m sorry…
I know what you’re thinking, what does this have to do with the equasion?? Well, Merck & Co is the sole distributor of BCG vaccine, and they're consulted by... You guessed it, BCG... Along with Moderna, and Astrazenica respectively. Pfizer and Johnson&Johnson are represented by McKinsey (McKinsey advised J&J to increase Opioid sales when epidemic was widespread according to July 2019 article from NYTimes). And in—
2019: Merck "began having shortages" in their production of BCG vaccines... Do you recall reports of cancer patients dying because they aren't going in to get treated? 100 million children a year... It makes you wonder at why the sudden drop in production... Last year, Merck & Co., the only maker and supplier of BCG to the United States, informed the AUA they were experiencing a global shortage of BCG due the growing use and need for this product around the world. For more than a year, the AUA has been actively monitoring the global shortage of bacillus Calmette Guerin (BCG), and providing updates to members about this important concern. https://www.auanet.org/about-us/bcg-shortage-info
2020: "Since 2012, Merck has been the only manufacturer of BCG for patients in the U.S. and European markets... Although Merck’s new North Carolina facility will take around five to six years to build, it is expected to eventually triple their capacity" ...Are you kidding me, 5 to 6 years??
Apr. 1, 2020: Boston Consulting Group has been awarded a 6-month contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for a Mission Essential Function Risk Based Scenario Planning Exercise. This contract is awarded in support of the OA Organizational Efficiency Assessment initiative. The contract was awarded using the GSA Professional Services Schedule (PSS). CMS awards Contract for Mission Essential Function Risk Based Scenario Planning Exercise - FedHealthIT, a service of MileMarker10
Apr. 2020: "BCGDV portfolio company LabTwin is helping researchers fight the COVID-19 pandemic... the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) is collaborating with Moderna on their mRNA vaccine against the novel coronavirus... AI and machine learning tools can also help diagnose patients with COVID-19, and predict the spread of the virus... Companies such as Canada’s BlueDot and Metabiota in the US use AI to predict disease outbreaks from news and health-care reports." https://medium.com/bcg-digital-ventures/how-ai-and-digital-lab-tools-are-joining-the-fight-against-covid-19-b759ff08b309
August 2020: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) intends to negotiate and award a sole source purchase order to The Boston Consulting Group, Inc, 4800 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814-2938 (It was interesting that there were so many sole sourse awards). The sole source award will be made under the authority of 41 U.S.C. 235 (C) (1) as implemented by FAR6.302-1, Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies and Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements. A justification and approval is currently being processed for this requirement. CMS REQUIREMENTS: Boston Consulting Group (BCG) provides development, planning, and execution of risk-based scenario planning and response to assess and mitigate CMS’s potential program and operational risks associated with performing mission essential functions while responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. BCG delivers comprehensive analysis and support to CMS for pandemic response and risk management efforts. Boston Consulting Group will provide the following consulting services CMS: • Analysis of Potential Events that will impact CMS’s Operations and Programmatic Activities • Development and Management of a “Response Cycle” to Pandemic-related External Events • Sustainment of Ongoing Pandemic Response Initiatives • Enablement through Evolution of CMS’s Operating Models and Organization CMS to award Execution of risk-based scenario planning and response task - COVID-19 - FedHealthIT, a service of MileMarker10
Oct. 2020: The purpose of the logical follow-on contract is to provide the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) with support to develop, plan, and perform risk-based scenario planning and response exercises that assess and mitigate potential program and operational risks associated with performing mission essential functions while responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. The current task order, GS-10F-0253V/75FCMC20F0029, was awarded as a sole source award in accordance with FAR 8.405-6 Urgent & Compelling and has a period of performance of March 24, 2020 through September 23, 2020. The contract will support CMS/OA to identify, define and prioritize scenarios with the COVID-19 workgroup. These scenarios will focus on the potential for negative risks associated with vulnerabilities or weaknesses that may arise while trying to execute on mission essential functions while responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the contractor will support prioritization of outcomes, mitigation planning and execution, and organizing responses from stakeholders. The unprecedented nature of this COVID-19 pandemic and the potential further disruption necessitate an agency-wide response effort to update and execute existing response mechanisms, and to design new interventions to meet these challenges. Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is uniquely positioned to begin this urgent work immediately. BCG has extensive experience at CMS supporting strategic initiatives within the Office of the Administrator over the last year and a half. Most recently, within the past six months BCG has stood up the initial pandemic response and risk management efforts and worked with CMS in the evolution of the public health emergency in order to deploy support against the most critical needs of the agency. Over this time BCG has gained a thorough understanding of CMS strategic priorities, operations and has successfully delivered complex services within CMS’ portfolio of work and response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As this contract is in response to the COVID-19 pandemic we do not anticipate future requirements, but if a similar requirement arises, every effort will be made to compete it to the maximum extent possible. CMS awards contract for Execution of risk-based scenario planning and response to COVID-19 - FedHealthIT, a service of MileMarker10 Mar. 2021: https://mobile.twitter.com/bcg/status/1372960309254705155
April 2021: The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has been awarded a 6-month task by the National Institutes of Health for CDC program management and strategic analysis support for vaccine distribution and administration. This task, valued at $5M, was awarded using the HHS COVID-19 Support BPA. https://www.fedhealthit.com/2021/04/nih-awards-5m-cdc-program-management-and-strategic-analysis-support-task/
May 2021: https://mobile.twitter.com/BCG/status/1389248020601098240
June 2021: An unnamed consulting company, which Vox has identified as BCG, charged the World Health Organization $11.72 million since the start of the pandemic for contracts that were dubiously awarded, according to the audit. Before the pandemic, Vox revealed the WHO committed at least $12 million on consultants to support the agency’s reform, approximately a quarter of which has been paid for directly by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. At the time, a WHO spokesperson said the agency welcomed consultants’ work. “The [consulting] companies have supported WHO in areas where we lack in-house expertise or want to tap the current best-in-class standards.” The audit, which examines a sampling of the WHO’s biggest contracts, analyzed the agency’s work with BCG, known as “Consulting Firm A” in the report, and uncovered multiple violations of WHO policies. The auditors claim WHO staff sought to circumvent the organization’s public procurement rules in order to help BCG win a contract. https://www.vox.com/2021/6/16/22527665/world-health-organization-who-12-million-bcg-consultants
See Also: McKinsey infiltrated the world of global public health. Here’s how. - Vox
June 2021: Metabiota is named a Pioneer in the World Economic Forum https://www.pilotgrowth.com/metabiota-awarded-as-technology-pioneer-by-world-economic-forum/
July 2021: Moderna sits down with Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh, senior partner with BCG, colead to BCG’s AI practice in North America. Together, MIT SMR and BCG have been researching AI for five years, interviewing hundreds of practitioners and surveying thousands of companies on what it takes to build and to deploy and scale AI capabilities across the organization and really transform the way organizations operate. .... Sam Ransbotham: Take us back to early in the COVID race for a vaccine. What was it like being part of that team and a part of that process? I mean, what were the emotions like when the algorithms … or when the people find something that seems to work or that seems promising? Does that lead to a massive appetite for more artificial intelligence and more algorithms? Tell us a little bit about that story.
Dave Johnson: I think if you look at how people felt in general at the time, it was a real sense of honor and pride. We felt very uniquely positioned. We’d spent a decade getting to this point and putting all of this infrastructure in place and putting things in the clinic before this to get to this moment. And so we just really felt truly honored to be in that position. And for those of us on the digital side who have kind of contributed to this and built it, this is why we did it. This is why we’re here: to help bring as many patients [these vaccines] as quickly and safely as possible [throughout] the world. But there was always the question of, “Would this thing work in the real world?” And that’s where the proof came in the clinical data, and we were all anxiously waiting — like everybody else — to see that readout." https://sloanreview.mit.edu/audio/ai-and-the-covid-19-vaccine-modernas-dave-johnson/
Notice the way Shervin Khodabandeh tried to stear the conversation, if you care to read it. Moderna highlights that they were working on this for a decade to be able to push experimental drugs flawlessly…
August 2021: California wasn’t alone in using private contractors (McKinsey) to manage the vaccination campaign. At least 25 states, along with federal agencies and many cities and counties, hired consulting firms, according to a Washington Post tally. The American vaccination drive came to rely on global behemoths such as McKinsey and Boston Consulting Group (BCG), with downsized state and local health departments and even federal health agencies relying on the private sector to make vaccines available to their citizens, according to hundreds of pages of contract documents, emails and text messages obtained through public records requests. McKinsey’s role extended beyond California to other states, including Ohio and New Jersey. Deloitte worked in 10 states. BCG received millions of dollars from the federal government to coordinate vaccine planning, while at least 11 states also worked with the company, in some cases paying it to address gaps in federal planning. https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/08/22/private-consultants-vaccination-drive-outsourced/
August 2021: Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has hired Aamir Malik, a senior partner in McKinsey & Company’s pharma & medical products practice, as EVP and chief business innovation officer. Malik succeeds John Young, who held the role for the last three years. Young will retire in 2022, having spent 34 years at Pfizer. As dealmaking leader, Young oversaw the company’s Covid-19 vaccine collaboration with BioNTech. https://www.consulting.us/news/6493/pfizer-hires-mckinseys-aamir-malik-as-dealmaking-chief
But wait, there’s still a missing piece to all this. That one aspect that was mentioned that seemingly cut short of it’s conclusion… And here it is in the Time-line… Apparently Bacillus Calmette-Guérin, the Merck vaccine, is effective against COVID—yes, seriously... As it’s the reverse of an immunosuppresent, it offers mechanisms involved in immunological protections against viral infections such as Covid, and has a deeper connection than has been covered by the Media--that has been in an all-out Wall Street propaganda campaign against Apes since the beginning!!
Nov. 2021: Cedars-Sinai "It appears that BCG-vaccinated individuals either may have been less sick or they may have mounted a more efficient cellular immune response against the virus," says Moshe Arditi, MD, executive vice chair for Research in the Department of Pediatrics, director of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, and the GUESS?/Fashion Industries Guild Chair in Community Child Health. https://www.cedars-sinai.org/discoveries/tb-vaccines-and-covid-19.html
Dec. 2021: Boston Consulting Group says, "The emergence of the Omicron variant has elevated the importance of vaccination and vaccine mandates in the fight against COVID-19. While uncertainties and legal challenges remain, by early 2022 most companies in the US with more than 100 employees will likely be operating under a vaccination or testing mandate to contain the spread of COVID-19. Even with the emergence of a new “variant of concern,” mandates remain a divisive issue but not an unsolvable one... The Biden administration’s overarching goal is to increase vaccination rates. The three policies are powerful, complex, and interlocked tools: Biden’s executive order covers federal contractors; another (under OSHA’s emergency temporary standard) applies to all organizations with at least 100 employees. And a third (imposed by the US Department of Health’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) covers staff at organizations receiving Medicaid or Medicare funds." https://www.bcg.com/publications/2021/covid-19-us-vaccine-sentiment-series
2022: "Evidence from multiple scientific studies suggests that the Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine, widely used worldwide as a preventive measure against tuberculosis, also offers cross-protection against other pathogens. This review aimed to gather data from research that studied the mechanisms involved in the immunological protection induced by the BCG vaccine, which may be important in the control of viral infections, such as COVID-19." https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34983348/
These same that entered into Xinjiang before the birth rates plummeted astronomically; these same that were in West Africa during the Ebola Outbreak; these same that have been helping to bankrupt our businesses and costing 100s of thousands of jobs; these same that were involved in the crash of 2008... These are the ones behind the global lockdowns and mandates of “Science”, we’re just shown Anthony Fauci… DOJ… Can't dumb it down further than that because I worked on this possible DD alone; Do your jobs…
“Children & Animals must be protected at all costs”—RC
Date unkown*: https://www.disabledperson.com/jobs/15732217-cdc-coordinator
(This is by no means medical or financial advice.)
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