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Black Pigeon Speaks outlines how a pandemic could end civilization as we know it.
Director of Institute of BioAcoustic Biology, Sharry Edwards, rejoins the program to share the institutes analysis of the Coronavirus currently sweeping through China at the time of this video. She explains how her research shows that this latest virus and many of the flu strands have characteristics pointing to a bioweapon versus a natural phenomena. She also gives advice to listeners on how to beat this virus and many others with supplements and sound healing. More from Sarah Westall on Business Game Changers.
The catalyst for WHO to declare a global pandemic over the coronavirus has just happened. We now have 18 cities — and climbing — under lockdown from the virus, most of them in China. Some nations, like Mongolia, are sealing off all of their borders in an effort to stop the spread of this contagion. Lisa Haven has more.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The Epoch Times, an anti-Communist publication run by Chinese outside China, is now reporting out of Hong Kong that death counts being given by China are grossly underreporting the mortality rates. The Epoch Times says as many as 200 people are dying per day in Wuhan alone. The Epoch Times estimated as many as 3,000 have already died, not the government’s figure of less than 200).
We’ve run a couple of videos urging people to wear face masks to help prevent the coronavirus. Guess what? The masks might not work at all. Or at best, the might only slow down the ravages of the virus. The reason? The disease as transmitted is super-small, so minute it likely can glide right through the masks. Here’s the latest you need to know, the truth with Wuhan pandemic! More from KudosMD, the channel of Vietnamese doctor Minh D. Ta.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Chris Martenson of Peak Prosperity says the mainstream media is doing an abysmal job of reporting on what might become the largest pandemic of the past century. None of the reporting is suggesting how dangerous the coronavirus might be. Instead, the news is filled with distractions — stories about Hollywood stars and the Grammy awards. The mainstream media is not only inept, but criminally so. To which we add: Write off those turkeys and come read Call Me Stormy. We’ll give the news to you straight without the shenanigans or the lies. Here, Martenson focuses on what you need to do to prepare for what’s to come.ARVE Error: need id and provider
One myth we can dispel. The spread of the disease will not stop with the arrival of warmer weather. And we are likely at least a year away from there being an approved vaccine that could stamp out or curb the coronavirus. Those are the words of Thomas Bollyky, senior fellow for global health, economics, and development at the Council on Foreign Relations. Here, he discusses the factors behind the spread of the deadly coronavirus, a possible vaccine and the likely source of the contagion. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Close.”ARVE Error: need id and provider
MedCram, which bills itself as a service providing medical lectures explained clearly, offers this update on coronavirus, its spread, quarantines, projections and vaccines. Initial estimates: The virus could easily kill 100,000 worldwide, perhaps much more if it spreads rapidly through Third World nations, like India or those in Africa, before vaccines are available. How long before we have a vaccine? Anywhere from three months to a year or more, depending on how quickly labs outside China can secure samples. Already, a lab in Australia believes it has successfully duplicated one strain of the virus.ARVE Error: need id and provider
On Tuesday, United Airlines announced it was suspending most daily direct flights between Dulles International Airport outside Washington DC and Beijing in China, owing to many Americans canceling their flight plans. American Airlines is continuing its flights, but now allowing passengers transfers and waivers off scheduled bookings. Also, American Airlines is allowing its pilots and plane crews to wear face mask on flights to Beijing and Shanghai. British Airwaves, meanwhile, has announced it will cease all flights to China.
Also, Thailand said the government has been unable to stop the spread of the coronavirus across the nation as some 22,000 tourists from Wuhan visited Thailand in the month of January, exposing vast numbers of citizens to the virus.