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Japan, collapse of covid cases “Blame the mutations” / Study “Virus killed itself”

In Japan, covid is self-extinguishing, practically eliminating by itself. To support this hypothesis, quite interesting and suggestive, and at the same time fascinating, is a group of researchers from the National Institute of Genetics and the University of Niigata, according to which the constant mutations would have effectively killed the covid. Mauro Minelli, immunologist and responsible for Southern Italy of the Foundation for Personalized Medicine, commented to the microphones of the Huffington Post: “The hypothesis of the Japanese research brings out for the first time the weaknesses of Covid-19: the virus that we thought invulnerable, by dint of mutation, he got entangled in his own evolutionary mutations, with the result of freezing himself. It is a precedent to be taken into consideration, also for the purposes of scientific research and immunoprophylaxis “.
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SUNY Plattsburgh celebrates Giving Tuesday Nov. 30

#PlattsGive campaign returns in 2021 to benefit College Foundation. PLATTSBURGH | SUNY Plattsburgh is once again celebrating the tradition of Giving Tuesday — the Tuesday after Thanksgiving — with its #PlattsGive campaign, advocating for student success and education opportunities. Alumni and friends are encouraged to give during the global day...
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How to Share Your Dietary Preferences and Restrictions Without Sounding Like an Arsehole

Not everyone is on the same page when it comes to food allergies and intolerances, and dietary restrictions and preferences, and that’s never more evident than at a holiday meal. While your immediate family may know you’re vegan or lactose intolerant, that’s not necessarily the case with extended family, friends, or your partner’s family.

Thanksgiving NFTs Being Auctioned Off By Macy's--Bids Are Topping Six Figures As Of The Moment

Thanksgiving Day NFTs are on the auction floor courtesy of Macy's, and people are bidding crazy amounts of money just for the chance to own them. A total of 10 holiday graphics are being auctioned off, reports The Huffington Post. All of the NFTs are designed to portray the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade in New York City, which has become almost synonymous with the holiday as a whole.

JAY-Z is Now Most-Nominated Recording Artist in Grammy History

With next year’s Grammy nominations publicly known, it has been revealed that two records have been made. With three nominations for the next Grammy Award show in January, Shawn Carter, AKA Jay-Z, has become the most nominated recording artist in the award show’s history. And, with his nominations breaking that record, he and his wife Beyonce has become the most-nominated couple in the history of the Grammys.

Super Pumped: Showtime Sets Premiere for Anthology Drama Series (Photos)

Super Pumped finally has its premiere date. The anthology series, which will take fans into the Uber company’s history, will arrive in February. Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kyle Chandler, and Uma Thurman, season one is based on Mike Isaac’s bestselling book, Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber. Showtime revealed more about...
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What Are The Prospects For Peace?

Events are unfolding at a quickening pace. Facing an alarming escalation in tensions around the world, we are looking to our most respected and renowned thought leaders for an honest assessment of both U.S. foreign and military policy to offer their most current thoughts and insights. We know they have some ideas for improving the prospects for peace.
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Noted author Jane Yolen heads to Savoy for 'Holiday Story Time'

WESTERLY — Beloved bestselling author Jane Yolen, once called "the Hans Christian Anderson of American children’s literature," by Newsweek magazine, will be at Savoy Bookshop and Café next Tuesday to read a few stories and sign a few books. "Yolen is one of the great storytellers of our time," said...

Canadain Healthcare Company ‘Ask The Doctor’ Adds Dogecoin, Shiba Inu And Floki Inu As A Payment Method

A Canadian company providing healthcare services is getting noticed by expressing its willingness to support three of the most popular cryptocurrencies Dogecoin (DOGE), Shiba Inu (SHIB), and Floki Inu (FLOKI) as their payment method. The Canadian healthcare company Ask The Doctor headquartered in Toronto, provide medical and health information and...

The Origin of Covid-19—Updated, Part 9

(Note: As those of you familiar with my writings know, I began in 2009 writing a series of articles on a secret Nazi plan coming to fulfillment today. Relevant to that, the Associated Press reported on November 24 that the Swedish “government’s own budget proposal was rejected in favor of one presented by the opposition that includes the right-wing populist Sweden Democrats. Sweden’s third-largest party is rooted in a neo-Nazi movement.”)

Super Pumped Release Date Set for February 2022

Showtime today announced that Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber, the first installment of a new anthology series, will premiere on Sunday, February 27 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Starring Emmy winner Joseph Gordon-Levitt (The Trial of the Chicago 7), Emmy winner Kyle Chandler (Bloodline, Friday Night Lights) and Oscar and Emmy nominee Uma Thurman (Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction), the first season is based on Mike Isaac’s bestselling book Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber (check price at Amazon).

'Super Pumped' Anthology Series Sets Release Date for First Season on Showtime

It’s finally time to get Super Pumped, because Showtime has set a release date for their new upcoming show. The anthology series is set to chronicle the lives of wealthy entrepreneurs and their creations that changed the course of modern history, and the first season will center around Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

If You're Alone This Thanksgiving

Being alone never feels quite so acute as it does on holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Whether you're alone-alone or alone-with-your-spouse, it's painful to see all those staged Facebook photos and imagine everyone else feasting, chatting and actually enjoying spending time with their big, happy families when your home is so quiet, by fate or by choice.