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Texas Signs Social Media Free Speech Bill Into Law

* Mark Helps You Prep Your Home For A Hurricane

* Biden, Trump Officials To Attend D.C Event Marking Anniversary Of Abraham Accords

* Governor Ron DeSantis Opens Two New Monoclonal Antibody Treatment State Sites In Northwest Florida

* UN Chief: World Is At 'Pivotal Moment' And Must Avert Crisis

* Taliban Raise Flag At Presidential Palace On 9/11 Anniversary

* Protest/ Party Against Covid Restrictions Amsterdam

* Worlds Largest Plant Capturing Carbon From Air Starts In Iceland

* How A Robots Gaze Can Affect The Human Brain

* Thirteen Gorilla's Test Positive For Covid At Atlanta Zoo

* Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin To Treat Or Prevent Covid- 19

* While Biden Joins 'Drone Club' At 9/11 Ceremonies, Trump Hits Streets Of NY

* Panetta Predicts Taliban, AL Qaeda Will Attack U.S.

* Ghana To Become First Country To Use Contactless Biometrics In National Vaccination Program

* Denmark Lifts All Covid Restrictions As Vaccinations Top 80%

* Covid- 19: Pfizer Jab Approved For Use On Children Aged 12 And Older

* NEWS TODAY w/ Dr.June Knight Emergency- Future Mandates Coming To Non- V's


HISTORIC DAY: Texas Signs Social Media Free Speech Bill Into Law!

Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill requiring social media companies to allow for freedom of speech and expression direct swipe to Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey of Twitter and Facebook.



Mark Helps You Prep Your Home For A Hurricane


We're in the peak of hurricane season and if you're not ready for the next storm you should get prepared.




Biden, Trump Officials To Attend DC Event Marking Anniversary Of Abraham Accords

Senior officials from the Biden and Trump administrations will make a rare joint appearance at an event marking the one-year anniversary of the signing of the Abraham Accords next week in Washington, the confab’s organizers told The Times of Israel on Thursday.

The Tuesday event at the Four Seasons Hotel is being organized by the Abraham Accords Peace Institute, which was launched by Jared Kushner, former president Donald Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law, and one of the main brokers of the normalization agreements Israel signed last year with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan.

Kushner will be in attendance and offer opening remarks, said AAPI executive director Robert Greenway, who was senior director for Middle Eastern affairs on Trump’s National Security Council when the Abraham Accords were signed. Read More 



Governor Ron DeSantis Opens Two New Monoclonal Antibody Treatment State Sites In Northwest Florida


PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the opening of monoclonal antibody treatment sites at the Bay County Fairgrounds in Panama City and the Northwest Florida Fairgrounds in Fort Walton Beach. These sites both have the ability to serve more than 300 patients per day and will be open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


“Every Floridian across our state should have access to monoclonal antibodies — because early treatment saves lives,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “That is why I stopped by both Okaloosa and Bay counties today to open up monoclonal antibody treatment sites. According to clinical trials, this therapy is a proven treatment for COVID-19, so if you live in Northwest Florida and test positive, we’ve expanded access to this life-saving medicine.” Read More 



UN Chief: World Is At `Pivotal Moment’ And Must Avert Crises


UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued a dire warning that the world is moving in the wrong direction and faces “a pivotal moment” where continuing business as usual could lead to a breakdown of global order and a future of perpetual crisis. Changing course could signal a breakthrough to a greener and safer future, he said.

The U.N. chief said the world’s nations and people must reverse today’s dangerous trends and choose “the breakthrough scenario.”

The world is under “enormous stress” on almost every front, he said, and the COVID-19 pandemic was a wake-up call demonstrating the failure of nations to come together and take joint decisions to help all people in the face of a global life-threatening emergency.

Guterres said this “paralysis” extends far beyond COVID-19 to the failures to tackle the climate crisis and “our suicidal war on nature and the collapse of biodiversity,” the “unchecked inequality” undermining the cohesion of societies, and technology’s advances “without guard rails to protect us from its unforeseen consequences.” Read More 



Taliban Raise Flag At Presidential Palace On 9/11 Anniversary

The Taliban raised their flag at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Saturday as the United States commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

Ahmadullahh Muttaqi, the Taliban's cultural commission spokesman, said the group held a brief ceremony to honor the start of its government, with Prime Minister Mohammad Hasan Akhund lifting the black and white flag at 11 a.m. local time, according to The Associated Press.  

The flag was first raised the day prior at the Afghan presidential palace, according to a separate Taliban official.      Read More 



Protest / Party Against Covid Restrictions Amsterdam - September 11, 2021

The Netherlands, Amsterdam. September 11, 2021 15:04 Protest / Party against covid restrictions muting the cultural sector, passing Marnixplein, Amsterdam.




World’s Largest Plant Capturing Carbon From Air Starts In Iceland


Swiss start-up Climeworks AG, which specialises in capturing carbon dioxide directly from the air, has partnered with Icelandic carbon storage firm Carbfix to develop a plant that sucks out up to 4,000 tons of CO2 per year.

That’s the equivalent of the annual emissions from about 790 cars. Last year, global CO2-emissions totalled 31.5 billion tonnes, according to the International Energy Agency.

Direct air capture is one of the few technologies extracting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and is viewed by scientists as vital to limit global warming, blamed for causing more heatwaves, wildfires, floods and rising sea levels.

The Orca plant, a reference to the Icelandic word for energy, consists of eight large containers similar in looks to those used in the shipping industry, which employ high-tech filters and fans to extract carbon dioxide.

The isolated carbon is then mixed with water and pumped deep underground, where it slowly turns into rock. Both technologies are powered by renewable energy sourced from a nearby geothermal power plant. Read More 



How A Robot's Gaze Can Affect The Human Brain 


"Gaze is an extremely important social signal that we employ on a day-to-day basis when interacting with others," said Professor Agnieszka Wykowska, lead author of the research, published on Wednesday in the journal Science Robots.

"The question is whether the robot gaze will evoke very similar mechanisms in the human brain as another human's gaze would."

The team asked 40 volunteers to play a video game of "chicken" - where each player has to decide whether to allow a car to drive straight towards another car or to deviate to avoid a collision - against a humanoid robot sitting opposite them.

Between rounds players had to look at the robot, which would sometimes look back and other times look away.

In each scenario, the scientists collected data on behaviour and neural activity via electroencephalography (EEG), which detects electrical activity in the brain. Read More 




Thirteen Gorillas Test Positive For Covid At Atlanta Zoo


More than a dozen gorillas have tested positive for Covid-19 at Zoo Atlanta, probably after contracting the virus from a keeper, zoo officials said.

Staff were alerted when several of the zoo’s troop of 20 western lowland gorillas began exhibiting symptoms, including runny noses, mild coughing and loss of appetite.

Fecal samples and swabs sent to the University of Georgia’s veterinary diagnostic laboratory showed that 13 of the great apes were positive for coronavirus, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

In a statement posted to the zoo’s website, officials said they believed a vaccinated member of its animal care team, who was wearing personal protective equipment and asymptomatic when she came to work, probably transmitted the virus. Read More 



Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin To Treat Or Prevent COVID-19

Some people are taking ivermectin, a drug often prescribed for animals, to try to prevent or treat #COVID19. FDA has not approved or authorized ivermectin for this use, and it can be dangerous for people.


While Biden Joins 'Drone Club' At 9/11 Ceremonies, Trump Hits Streets Of NY


While President Biden joined former presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton at 9/11 services held at the World Trade Center and Shanksville, Pennsylvania - a group which presided over the deaths of countless Middle Easterners over 20 years of undeclared "wars on terror" that benefited the US Homeland Security-Industrial Complex and a few others, former President Trump took to the streets of New York to shake hands with first responders.

It was quite the juxtaposition to say the least - with former President Bush pushing the 'domestic terrorism' and 'angry America' narrative during a speech in Shanksville (echoing Klaus Schwab), and images of Biden pulling down his mask to shout at someone. Vs. President Trump being greeted by working men and women in uniform who won't go home to mansions after the 'ceremonies' are over. Read More 



Panetta Predicts Taliban, Al Qaeda Will Attack US


Former CIA Director and Secretary of State Leon Panetta, who served under President Barack Obama, gave an ominous warning about the situation in Afghanistan during a televised interview to be aired Sunday.

“The Taliban taking over Afghanistan is pretty much the same Taliban that controlled Afghanistan on 9/11,” Panetta said during the taping of “Full Court Press with Greta Van Susteren.” “It's clear to me that they're going to continue to support Al-Qaeda, and I think they will plan additional attacks on our country, as well as elsewhere.” 

The Taliban controlled Afghanistan when Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda launched the  Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States in New York City and Washington, D.C., when 20 radical Islamic terrorists hijacked and crashed passenger planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center as well as crashing a passenger plane into the Pentagon. Read More 



Ghana To Become First Country To Use Contactless Biometrics In National Vaccination Program


The Ghana Health Service in partnership with Gavi and Arm will begin a biometric-based national vaccination program in October 2021 using contactless technology from Simprints. Starting in the Eastern region, the project is reportedly the first national vaccination scheme to use contactless biometrics.

After initially dispensing COVID-19 vaccinations, the system will move on to incorporate other routine vaccinations as a function of the Ghana Health Service aim for universal health coverage.

Gavi, the vaccine alliance, brings the immunization expertise to administer vaccines, including for COVID-19, in a trackable way via biometric records created with Simprints technology, supported by Arm’s input, funding and global network, according to a posting by Gavi to Arm’s blog.

After trialing technologies for contactless fingerprint and facial recognition, the project will use low-cost Android smartphones in the field to make the initiative as easy and cheap as possible to roll out. Read More 



Denmark Lifts All Covid Restrictions As Vaccinations Top 80%


Denmark’s high vaccination rate has enabled it to become one of the first EU countries to lift all domestic restrictions, after 548 days with curbs in place to limit the spread of Covid-19,

The return to normality has been gradual, but as of Friday, the digital pass – a proof of having been vaccinated – is no longer required when entering nightclubs, making it the last virus safeguard to fall.

More than 80% of people above the age of 12 in the Scandinavian country have had the two shots, leading the Danish government to declare as of midnight it no longer considers Covid-19 a “socially critical” disease.

“I wouldn’t say it is too early. We have opened the door but we have also said that we can close it if needed,” Søren Riis Paludan, a professor of virology at Aarhus University in Denmark’s second largest city, said.

The tipping point in Denmark to start easing restrictions came when a majority in the 50+ age group had both shots, Riis Paludan said. Read More 



Covid-19: Pfizer Jab Approved For Use On Children Aged 12 And Older


The SA Health Products Authority (Sahpra) has approved the use of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine on children aged 12 and older after receiving updated information from the manufacturers.

"This was as a consequence of the review of updated safety and efficacy information submitted as conditions of the Section 21 [application] initially authorised on 16 March 2021. Section 21 of the Medicines Act is a mechanism that enables emergency use access and also enables Sahpra to authorise the use of a medicine, subject to certain conditions," Sahpra CEO Boitumelo Semete said in a statement.

Semete added: "The regulatory decisions of Sahpra do not translate into a procurement decision as Sahpra's mandate is limited to [the] safety, quality and efficacy of health products." Read More 



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