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Why Evangelical Christians Love Israel VICE on HBO

Holocaust Tattoo and the Zoom Shot in Harold and Maude CinemaSlice

Handy link from NASA about scientific consensus on man made climate change for debates

This is what I post most of the time and rarely do I get a response back other than by complete fools:

And exactly what makes you an expert? The debate is over. Every scientific organization on the planet says it's man made. I don't really care what Jim from Charleston on Facebook thinks. I am going to listen to all these scientific organizations:

Snip> Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals1 show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree*: Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities. In addition, most of the leading scientific organizations worldwide have issued public statements endorsing this position. The following is a partial list of these organizations, along with links to their published statements and a selection of related resources. https://climate.nasa.gov/scientific-consensus/

You can see all the organizations at the link.

Why The U.S. Military Thinks Climate Change Is A Critical Mission

Has anything ever been done to reverse Reagan's policies that blew up the homeless problem

in the 80's? He closed a lot of the hospitals for the mentality ill and low cost housing aid etc? Has Biden talked at all about reversing any of this?

Just curious as I keep seeing these rightwing posts on FB showing the homeless in CA trying to blame liberals for the homeless problem. As if CA can help that it has nice weather in the winter when they count homeless people. From most everything I have read, this is much more of a federal issue.

Sexist PSAs From The '40s and '50s Show How Far Women Have Come NowThis

Nassau woman who coughed in face of cancer patient gets 30 days in jail

Trump Going Down? NY DA's Key Witness Cohen Says Trump's In Big Trouble


Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen is cooperating in the New York investigation into Trump’s finances. Cohen tells MSNBC’s Ari Melber that his 'cooperation is not over' and adds, 'the district attorney's office has millions of pages of documents…on Trump, The Trump Organization and other people.' Cohen says the key problem for Trump is 'that the truth will always come out.'

Video at link: https://www.msnbc.com/the-beat-with-ari/watch/trump-going-down-ny-da-s-key-witness-cohen-says-trump-s-in-big-trouble-109952581769?cid=sm_npd_ms_fb_ma&fbclid=IwAR1s4X4lxWWQNX9tlQG5QwtcSD2qzcgBmP37HZCqm6Sk47eWRr_U2escV0I

6 Months After Surviving COVID, 1 in 3 Have Neurological or Psychiatric Problems

PATRICK GALEY, AFP7 APRIL 2021
One in three people who overcome COVID-19 suffer from a neurological or psychiatric diagnosis six months on, according to the largest study so far published on the mental toll that long-COVID takes on survivors.

Authors said the research, printed Wednesday in The Lancet Psychiatry journal, proved that COVID-19 patients were significantly more likely to develop brain conditions than those suffering from other respiratory tract infections.

Studying the health records of more than 230,000 patients who had recovered from COVID-19, they found that 34 percent were diagnosed with a neurological or psychiatric condition within six months.

The most common conditions were anxiety (17 percent of patients) and mood disorders (14 percent).

For 13 percent of patients the disorders were their first diagnosis of a mental health issue.

Incidence of neurological disorders such as brain hemorrhage (0.6 percent), stroke (2.1 percent) and dementia (0.7 percent) was lower overall than for psychiatric disorders but the risk for brain disorders was generally higher in patients who had severe COVID-19.

The authors also examined data from more than 100,000 patients diagnosed with influenza and more than 236,000 diagnosed with any respiratory tract infection.

They found there was overall a 44 percent greater risk of neurological and mental health diagnoses after COVID-19 than after flu, and a 16 percent higher risk than with respiratory tract infections.

More: https://www.sciencealert.com/study-suggests-1-in-3-covid-19-survivors-suffer-mental-or-neurological-problems?fbclid=IwAR14C2tKNbNlm7kzmrXo-nC7BCTWQXA8EoQ63Yk_mrSgsyO7KLrL_OT7FOE

Navajo woman becomes viral sensation with skateboarding videos

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