First Hurricane of the Season is Predicted To Remain in Atlantic Ocean

Axios is reporting an unusually slow hurricane season for this year that has not happened in quite a long time. However, while tropical storm Danielle recently achieved hurricane status, it is the first named hurricane since July and is expected to stay off shore, The Washington Post observes the conditions of the Danielle’s arising are… Read More First Hurricane of the Season is Predicted To Remain in Atlantic Ocean

How China Benefits From “Clean Energy” Due To Cobalt Mining in Congo

This excellent ABC (Australia Broadcast Corporation) News report from February bluntly shows many Congo citizens (including children) work in hazardous cobalt mines that extract the metal for Chinese manufacturers who make so-called clean energy products for virtue signalling western elites. The New York Times reported around the same time that ABC‘s report was broadcast this… Read More How China Benefits From “Clean Energy” Due To Cobalt Mining in Congo

Ghana On The Verge Of Collapse Due To “Climate Change” Goals

It’s not just Holland and Sri Lanka who are going through turmoil embracing environmentalist policies pushed by global (IMF) or continental organizations (EU), but Sub-Saharan Africa is getting a taste of it as well. Ghana used to have one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa but decided to turn to international finance organizations due to… Read More Ghana On The Verge Of Collapse Due To “Climate Change” Goals

Scientists Shocked At Dropping #COVID-19 Infections In Africa

The Associated Press reported Friday that scientists with the World Health Organization are astounded that coronavirus case rates have been dropping since July of this year. This is not surprising since the researchers obviously subscribe to the idea that antiviral drugs, like hydroxychloroquine, are not effective treatments for COVID-19. But the dropping COVID rates aren’t… Read More Scientists Shocked At Dropping #COVID-19 Infections In Africa

South African Scientist Blames Anti-GMO Groups For Slowing Growth of Bio-Tech Foods

Dr. Jennifer Thomson who is emeritus professor in the Department of Microbiology at the University of Cape Town blamed anti-GMO activists for the slow rate of African countries embracing genetically modified foods (aka GMO’s). According to MJoyOnline, Dr. Thomas made these remarks during a live webinar that reviewed a book she authored entitled: GM Crops… Read More South African Scientist Blames Anti-GMO Groups For Slowing Growth of Bio-Tech Foods

Potential Breakthrough on Malaria Vaccine

A pre-print or preview of an upcoming manuscript demonstrating the effectiveness of a malaria vaccine was published in The Lancet a few days ago. As Voice of America points out, the benefits of such an immunization would be a welcome relief to areas of the world still affected by the disease. Image by Angelo Esslinger from Pixabay

The Dirty Little Secret About “Green Energy”

With the unfortunate situation in Texas about their power grid shutting down because of the cold, one other dirty little secret of so-called renewables is the cobalt extracted for lithium batteries used, not only for smartphones and computers, but also electric cars and windmills too. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is notorious for having… Read More The Dirty Little Secret About “Green Energy”