China’s coronavirus: We survive much worse every year, but the panic is the real danger

RAEL’S COMMENT: “We’ve lived through much worse, and with much less fuss”
As a French stand-up comedian said once, “Whatever happens in the world the newspapers have the same number of pages.”

 

The new illness that has emerged in Wuhan, China in recent weeks has created panicked headlines across the world. But as history has shown time and again, while the deaths are saddening, the over-reaction is downright dangerous.

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Scientists find Earth’s oldest asteroid crater from 2.229 BILLION years ago which ‘may have ended an ice age’

RAEL’S COMMENT: Global warming alarmists should held protests against meteorites …
 

An innocuous crater in Yarrabubba, Western Australia has been identified as the oldest known extraterrestrial impact site on Earth, with researchers calculating that the natural structure dates back a whopping 2.229 billion years.

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#MeToo setback: French court finds assault accuser guilty of defamation

RAEL’S COMMENT: All men defamed online should prosecute in court those who spread wrong accusations and ask for huge damages. That would make false accusers looking for fame think twice. Internet must not become a parallel justice. Real Justice needs a court, lawyers and fact finding police and experts. Otherwise it’s just public lynching.
 

French author Ariane Fornia has been found guilty of defamation, after a former government minister challenged her claim of sexual assault. The verdict is another blow for the #MeToo movement in France.

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Venice canals almost dry, two months after severe floods

RAEL’S COMMENT: What will say the climate alarmists who claimed that global warming was responsible for Venice flooding? The truth is that natural cycles have always happened. All these “global warming” fanatics live in areas where life would be impossible if natural global warmings didn’t occur after the glaciations of the past. Human beings must learn humility when confronted with natural order and natural cycles instead of creating guilt among new generations for using science and technology. Spreading false belief that changes in the weather are created by human activities can only create anxiety among young generations and slow down scientific progresses.

 

Low tides have left canals in Venice almost dry, just two months after severe flooding left much of the Italian city under water

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