Category Archives: Education

Landmark Study Finds Masks Are Ineffective

The first randomized controlled trial1,2 to assess the effectiveness of surgical face masks against SARS-CoV-2 infection specifically — which journals initially refused to publish — finally saw seeing the light of day in November 2020. The so-called “Danmask-19 Trial,” published November 18, 2020, in the Annals of Internal Medicine,3 included 3,030 individuals assigned to wear… Read More »

New Study on Vitamin D Combating COVID

Optimizing your vitamin D level is a foundational element to lower your risk of COVID-19. This simple step will also help you ward off many types of viral infections, because vitamin D is an immunomodulatory agent. This point — that vitamin D helps combat COVID-19 — was widely censored and deemed “misinformation” during the pandemic.… Read More »

prpl Foundation and CableLabs join forces to improve the Wi-Fi experience for users

The collaboration will accelerate the adoption of innovative Mobile Wi-Fi technology FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Nov 21, 2022 — The prpl Foundation, an open-source community dedicated to carrier-grade software for broadband consumer premise equipment has announced that CableLabs has joined the foundation to collaborate on the implementation of Mobile Wi-Fi technology to provide seamless Wi-Fi connectivity for… Read More »

Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion

The global public has been assured COVID-19 jabs are safe and effective — but as deaths and disabilities mount, it’s time for a second opinion. In Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion, a documentary by Oracle Films, COVID-19 shot injuries and deaths are highlighted, along with the systemic failings that allowed them to happen. Big… Read More »