Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-09-26

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September 26, 2022
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# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Differentiating between COVID misinformation and evolving science: The Western scientific enterprise is built upon the idea that a hypothesis’s power lies in its explanatory capability. It can never be fully “proven” but can be disproven. The hypothesis that fomites could transmit COVID was replaced by the hypothesis that it was spread primarily as a respiratory virus, which could explain more of the infections. The fomite hypothesis was not wrong or misinformation; it was midinformation.

Deep Investigation on Moderna’s Artificial human gene like SARS-Cov-2. Huge Plot EU, China, US Darpa, Fauci & Gates:
This study is grafted on the enormous suspicions and intrigues on the tests on chimeric superviruses carried out by Fauci himself between the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the University of North Carolina summarized in the dossier prepared by the American doctor David E. Martin who first detailed these very dangerous “dual use” vaccine-bioweapon trials (then confirmed by Russian experts)

Biggest Coverup in the History of Science: Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul joined ‘Kennedy’ to discuss his recent clash with Dr. Fauci over the origins of COVID-19 and his promise that Republicans will investigate Fauci over his handling of the pandemic.

New Discovery Can Kill COVID With ‘Hugs’—but There’s a Catch: A global team of scientists has found a molecule that can essentially “squeeze” the COVID virus to death. But can we get it to work on humans?

# Economy / Finance / Trade
A Welfare System Built to Exclude Will Never Reduce Poverty in the US: To fix its broken welfare system, the U.S. must move away from its fixation on fraud, exclusions by design, and the stigmatization of people in poverty.

# Education / Schools
Pennsylvania school district bans Girls Who Code book series: The books are four of more than 1,500 unique book titles that have been banned by schools across the country after conservative pushes to censor books. According to a report released by Pen America in April, 138 school districts across 32 states have banned books from their classrooms and school libraries.

One of Higher Ed’s Worst-Kept Secrets Is Out. It’s Even Grimmer Than We Knew: Out-of-state students are funding flagship universities, and piling up debt in the process.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
Do Americans want too much from EVs? Americans are thinking too much about occasional long trips when considering an electric vehicle, leading automakers to focus heavily on expanding new cars’ ranges, analysts say.

General Motors will invest $760 million at a Toledo, Ohio, manufacturing plant to build drive units for electric trucks, the automaker’s first U.S. drivetrain facility that will be repurposed for electric vehicles

# Environment / Climate / Global
New Island Rises in South Pacific After Volcano ‘Awoke’: NASA has confirmed the existence of the island, which is growing by the day. A submerged volcano on the seamount known as the Home Reef in the central Tonga Islands has awoken after 16 years of deep sleep to poke its head out of the blue. On 10 September 2022, lava and rock fragments began to ooze into the ocean 25 kilometers (15 miles) southwest of Late Island, while plumes of steam and ash burst through the surface of the waves.

Increase in Strong El Niño Events Linked to Loss of Arctic Sea Ice: Sea ice forms in the Arctic and Antarctic in winter and retreats in summer, but it doesn’t disappear completely, at least not yet. The floating frozen seawater has a surprisingly strong influence on weather patterns and ocean circulation in the polar regions and beyond.

# General Information / Other News
Take Trump’s ‘Warning’ of Violence for What It Is, a Threat: The ex-president and his MAGA militias have made good on their promises to “fight like hell” before. You’d be a fool to believe they won’t do it again.

Nice Democracy You’ve Got Here. Shame If Something Happened to It: Donald Trump’s newest defense strategy is laced with menace. The line between imagination and delusion is thin, as Donald Trump’s initial reaction to an FBI search at Mar-a-Lago in August demonstrated. In the first days afterward, the former president saw the search as a political gift, not a blow: a chance to rally his base https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/09/trump-threats-violence/671458/

Disinvestment Poses as Great a Threat to Libraries as Book Bans: It’s time we reversed the decades of structural attacks that render libraries unable to serve communities effectively.

# Gov / Politics / Global
Putin’s Top Cheerleaders Panic Over Russian Army ‘Mutiny’: Two of Putin’s most strident supporters are freaking out about the disastrous mass mobilization efforts, which they fear could lead to a major revolt against the war in Ukraine.

# Gov / Politics / US
Liz Cheney says she will do whatever it takes to keep Donald Trump from the White House, even if it means leaving the GOP: The top Republican on the House Jan. 6 committee urged voters to prioritize preserving democracy over policy differences during this year’s midterms https://www.axios.com/2022/09/25/liz-cheney-trump-2024-republican-party

Florida, Texas Dial Up Their War on Immigrants: Gabrielle Gurley wrote about how the Martha’s Vineyard episode wasn’t just a political stunt about the border. Abbott and DeSantis made clear their hatred for migrants and Democratic-controlled parts of the country.

Koch Network Showers Fascist Election Deniers With Campaign Cash Ahead of Midterms: “His choice is not unlike the choices that most German industrialists made in the Weimar Republic,” one critic said of billionaire Charles Koch.

Zero GOP Senators Vote to Curb Dark Money’s Stranglehold on Democracy:  “Instead of voting for the DISCLOSE Act and cracking down on the dark money in our democracy, Republicans blocked it,” said Sen. Patty Murray. “Shameful.”

Investigation into congressional stock trading reveals massive corruption red flags: The current Congress has a laughably low approval rating of just 17%. It seems near impossible for the public view of our elected officials to drop any lower. The Times dug into the stock trades that members of Congress made from 2019 to 2021. They found many cases in which politicians or their close family members made stock trades in circumstances in which they could have had insider knowledge.

# Law Enforcement
Video shows train hitting Colorado police car with person handcuffed inside: Yareni Rios-Gonzales hospitalized after officers fail to pull her from car they had parked on tracks

# Legal / DOJ
Oklahoma Lawmaker Calls for Investigation of Prosecutors Who Convicted Richard Glossip: Glossip faces a December execution date as Oklahoma lawmakers call attention to even more disturbing revelations that had come to light: including evidence of prosecutorial misconduct so alarming that state Rep. Justin Humphrey called for an investigation into the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office.

Former DOJ official says special master telling Trump to ‘put up or shut up’

Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas WI House Speaker Over Trump Call: Robin Vos has, in turn, sued the panel to try and block the subpoena from being enforced.

# Medical / Health
In the post Roe v Wade world, what changes should a biology textbook writer make to address the medical repercussions of Dobbs? The proposal was seen by many as an attempt to deflect growing concerns that Republicans are out of step with most Americans who want to preserve some version of choice in every state.

Genetically modified herpes virus delivers one-two punch against advanced cancers: A new genetically engineered virus has delivered a one-two punch against advanced cancers in initial findings from a phase I trial.

Resistance-breathing training found to lower blood pressure: A team of researchers with members from the University of Colorado, Arizona and Alma College, has found that resistance-breathing training can lower blood pressure as much as some medicines and/or exercises. The study is published in the Journal of Applied Physiology.
See also: A multi-trial, retrospective analysis of the antihypertensive effects of high-resistance, low-volume inspiratory muscle strength training https://journals.physiology.org/doi/abs/10.1152/japplphysiol.00425.2022

Arizona Can Enforce A 121-Year-Old Abortion Ban, A Judge Ruled: “By allowing this law to go into effect, Arizona has put the lives of pregnant people and their doctors at risk,” the ACLU of Arizona said.  The law, which dates back to 1901, has no exceptions for rape or incest, with the only exception being to save the pregnant person’s life. The ban also carries a penalty of two to five years in prison for abortion providers.

# Military / DOD
How Militaries Are Transforming Agricultural Tech Into Deadly Weapons: When you think of military planes, you probably don’t think of the humble crop-duster. But this familiar technology has become a key part of the aerial arsenal of countries around the world.

# Pharmas / Drugs
The Truth About Rainbow Fentanyl: It was never meant for kids, it’s not aimed at their Halloween basket, but it does represent a real threat for casual drug users. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 50 times more potent than heroin and 100 times more potent than morphine.  Just two milligrams of fentanyl, which is equal to 10-15 grains of table salt, is considered a lethal dose.  Without laboratory testing, there is no way to know how much fentanyl is concentrated in a pill or powder.

An animal tranquilizer poisoning the heroin supply has drug policy experts worried: A tranquilizer used for animals is appearing more frequently in street drugs across North America, alarming drug policy experts and harm reduction advocates alike. When injected, the mixture of xylazine and fentanyl, sometimes called “tranq dope,” can also produce grisly injuries, such as lesions or open skin ulcers. Because they can be extremely painful, some individuals who use drugs will continue to inject into these open sores and wounds for relief. However, that can make things worse, causing the wounds to necrotize, or essentially rot on the body, often requiring amputation. Sometimes, it can even result in death.

Nearly 15,000 Pharmacies Leaving Tricare Next Month: Thousands of independent and community pharmacies are poised to be dropped from Tricare ‘s pharmacy network next month in a move advocates say could leave patients in rural areas with few options to get prescriptions filled.

# Science
Researcher discovers a muscle that can promote glucose and fat burning to fuel metabolism for hours while sitting: From the same mind whose research propelled the notion that “sitting too much is not the same as exercising too little,” comes a groundbreaking discovery set to turn a sedentary lifestyle on its ear: The soleus muscle in the calf, though only 1% of your body weight, can do big things to improve the metabolic health in the rest of your body if activated correctly.

Scientists finally find a way to recycle plastic indefinitely: Most plastic products can’t be recycled back into their original form. It’s time to change that.

# Social
We Are Proud Boys: Far-Right Gang Normalized Political Violence, Embraced by GOP as Legit Discourse

# Veterans / VA
Vets benefits poised for biggest cost of living boost in 40 years: Veterans could see their benefits boosted by the biggest margin in four decades after Congress on Thursday finalized plans to guarantee that veterans’ checks see the same cost-of-living boost as Social Security payouts.

VA Research Verges on Breakdown Without Congressional Action: A reinterpretation on funding sources for VA researchers affiliated with academic institutions is imperiling irreplaceable studies of veterans’ health.

# Water
As more info on lead in Jackson’s water comes to light, parents are in the dark on their children’s health: Residents in Jackson are accustomed to boiling water, so they can bathe or cook with it, but with lead, boiling water increases the concentration.

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