Kary Mullis, the scientist who invented PCR testing, died in early August of 2019. A video of Dr. Mullis speaking about PCR testing and about Dr. Fauci (whom he had little respect for) has been doing the rounds, especially on conservative media. While Dr. Mullis didn’t live to see the pandemic really take off, he had a… Read More The beautiful pandemic machine
A British doctor and member has reiterated the World Health Organization’s stance on lockdowns, saying that they only recommend short lockdowns to regroup, but never as the sole means of containing the virus. If you’ve been following along, the signatories of The Great Barrington Declaration and others pointed this out earlier this year.
An amazing chapter from history also crossed the feed this week, namely the disastrous Antarctic voyage of Earnest Shackleton. With their ship slowly crushed by pack ice, the crew endured months of cold and uncertainty, while waiting for rescue. The tenacity of the men is captured by photographer Frank Hurley who documented the expedition. Though not… Read More Men with a mission