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Canadian company vows to produce 9,000 tons of crickets each year for “human and pet consumption”

(Natural News) A North American food company has announced plans to start churning out billions of crickets for both pets and humans to eat. Aspire Food Group, which has facilities in both the United States and Canada, just completed construction on a massive facility that is said to be the world’s largest cricket production facility. …

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Left continues to dumb down America’s children with focus on ‘woke’ curriculum instead of core subjects

(Natural News) The Marxist left is continuing to groom generations of children to become illiterate drones unable to question the regime but who are barely functional enough to serve the regime’s economic interests, and they are using the Democratic Party as their political vehicle. What is taking place in Seattle is emblematic of what’s going …

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Outrageous: Journalism professor suggests young reporters should fabricate details, quotes because of high standards, “racism”

(Natural News) If you wanted to know why the state of the American media is so pathetic and bad, an assistant professor of journalism at Marquette University has shown us in no uncertain terms. Ayleen Cabas-Mijares, who describes herself as a “critical/cultural and feminist media scholar” in her Twitter biography, wrote that young journalists should …

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New SPARKS study identifies a novel group of inherited genes along the autism spectrum

By The Simons Foundation In a series of articles published in the journal Nature Genetics, researchers used data from the SPARK (Simons Powering Autism Research) research cohort, which was created to advance our understanding of the complex genetics of autism and includes genetic data from nearly 43,000 people with autism. The findings show differences in genetic influences among …

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How to destroy a ‘forever chemical’ – scientists are discovering ways to eliminate PFAS, but this growing global health problem isn’t going away soon

By A. Daniel Jones, Michigan State University and Hui Li, Michigan State University PFAS chemicals seemed like a good idea at first. As Teflon, they made pots easier to clean starting in the 1940s. They made jackets waterproof and carpets stain-resistant. Food wrappers, firefighting foam, even makeup seemed better with perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances. Then …

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Death in South Africa Causally Linked to Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine

On Aug. 4, 2022, the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) reported the death of an individual in South Africa shortly after receiving Johnson & Johnson/Janssen’s adenovirus vectored Ad26.COV2.S COVID-19 vaccine. The agency stated that the death was causally linked to the vaccine.1 2 3 4 5 The name and age of the person …

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Scientists discover a simple trick to boost your reading speed by 35% while maintaining comprehension

By UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA Researchers at the University of Central Florida have discovered that there is no one-size-fits-all approach for digital reading and that changing the font style and size can speed up reading while keeping comprehension. Imagine it as prescription glasses for the digital age. The findings were published recently in ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI). …

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Scientists open new frontier in quantum science and technology

By PURDUE UNIVERSITY Researchers have opened a new frontier in quantum science and technology by using photons and electron spin qubits to control nuclear spins in a two-dimensional material. This will enable applications like atomic-scale nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and the ability to read and write quantum information with nuclear spins in 2D materials. As published …

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Unexpected 40 Percent Increase in ‘All Cause Deaths’ in 2021

U.S. life insurance companies have reported an overwhelming and unexplainable increase in all deaths among 18 to 49 year-olds. Along with that, there’s also been an increase in certain medical diagnoses such as miscarriages and Bell’s palsy. … [There was] an alarming increase in certain things. For example, they saw a 270 percent increase in …

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Research Linked to Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease May Have Been Fabricated

For nearly two decades, Alzheimer’s disease research, research funding, and prescribed drugs have been centered around a 2006 research paper hypothesizing that the cognitive decline causing the debilitating disease is due to buildup in the brain of a protein called the amyloid beta (Aβ) protein. But a recent investigation is questioning whether the data in …

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