Study: No Learning Loss For Swedish Children During #COVID-19 Pandemic

Earlier this month, a study published in the International Journal of Educational Research revealed that, as opposed to their American counterparts, Swedish children did not suffer any significant learning loss during the pandemic. The manuscript’s abstract says: The COVID-19 pandemic has led to worldwide school closures, with a risk of learning loss. Sweden kept primary schools open, but… Read More Study: No Learning Loss For Swedish Children During #COVID-19 Pandemic

Ron DeSantis Exonerated In Firing Of Ex-Florida Health Official Rebekah Jones

A coupe of years ago, a Florida Health Department employee named Rebekah Jones was fired. The media decided to twist her story in an effort to make it a convenient arrow to use against Florida governor Ron DeSantis. The left sought to destroy the governor due to his refusal to go along with COVID-19 restrictions… Read More Ron DeSantis Exonerated In Firing Of Ex-Florida Health Official Rebekah Jones

U.N. Panics Over Gay Sex-Monkeypox Link

The United Nations funds the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) which is supposedly a scientific-based government body dedicated to advancing knowledge and conduct investigations about climate change. However, in light of the recent revelations that the spread of the monkeypox being attributed by medical experts to gay sex orgies in Europe, the U.N. panicked,… Read More U.N. Panics Over Gay Sex-Monkeypox Link

Scientists: Cat Litter Could Be Remedy For Climate Change

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) think they have found a potential solution to help remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere: cat litter. On Saturday, The Wall Street Journal reported that a team of scientists headed by Professor Desirée Plata discovered the clay material zeolite successfully absorbed methane and converted it into carbon… Read More Scientists: Cat Litter Could Be Remedy For Climate Change

Study: Cleaner Air Results In More Hurricanes

A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) study published in the journal Science Advances reveals global storm activity increasing and decreasing simultaneously that is linked to pollution levels on a regionalized basis, in which researchers examined hurricane activity. PHOTO CREDIT: Image by WikiImages from Pixabay