TOUGHBOOK and Circular Computing join forces to transform the sustainability of rugged computing

BRACKNELL, UK. 8th November 2021 – Panasonic TOUGHBOOK and Circular Computing today announced a partnership that will transform the sustainability of rugged computing. The leading European rugged mobile computing provider has teamed with the creators of the world’s first remanufactured laptops to create a more ethical, sustainable and socially responsible way to prolong the use… Read More »

The Health Hazards of GM Corn

Everything You HAVE TO KNOW about Dangerous Genetically Modified Foods from Jeffrey Smith on Vimeo. A study demonstrates the toxicity of three genetically modified corn varieties from the American seed company Monsanto, according to the Committee for Independent Research and Information on Genetic Engineering. “For the first time in the world, we’ve proven that GMO… Read More »

OSHA Changes Rule to Cover Up Vaccine Injuries

As reported by Kim Iversen above, around the world people are gathering for massive protests against COVID shot mandates. In mid-September 2021, Italy became the first European country to announce the implementation of mandatory COVID-19 health passes (so-called “Green Pass”) for all workers, both public and private. The Italian mandate took effect October 15, 2021.… Read More »

The Future of Time is Synchronised and Vital to Business Success

‘A Matter of Time: The Hoptroff Annual Timing Review’ looks at the past, present and future of time, and why business must act now to reap the benefits of traceable, synchronised time London, 1st November 2021: Hoptroff, the timing solutions provider offering traceable and precise time to businesses, can today announce the launch of its first Annual Timing Review named A Matter of… Read More »

Winning the War Against Therapeutic Nihilism

Dr. Peter McCullough, an internist, cardiologist and trained epidemiologist, not only sees patients every week but is the editor of two medical journals and has published hundreds of peer-reviewed papers. Prior to the pandemic, he was involved in the interface between heart disease and kidney disease — but that all changed. McCullough is now a… Read More »