Florida cuts ties with Quest Diagnostics after lab failed report nearly 75K COVID-19 test results
This is huge. It’s data suppression
Data suppression, just like the CCP.
This could be happening all across the USA
This happened once already in FL, reportedly.
And then there was this from the CDC. Only 6% of reported deaths were non-comorbidity. About 90% were advanced ages in nursing homes.
And now the numbers could all be wrong, because the states are being made to suppress the data
We need the whistleblowers to come forward from the labs
But everyone is hyperfocused on whether it kills you or not. Is death the only thing? Because I want to know whether it has an impact on our quality of life. So far we’ve heard potential for long term brain damage, type II diabetes, infected T-cells, infertility, and lung damage. And we won’t have hard data on that for another 15-20 years.
And wartime data is always suspect.
…and stroke. Stroke is another complication in the the young adults
Right! I forgot about the blood clots.
I’ll leave you to it Ms. D.
I have to run.
But remember, this is possibly a huge nationwide coverup of data suppression.
Asteroid passed Earth 23 Minutes Ago, we are alive and well.
20 minutes till we start Workshop on Extreme Weather
Shafaq News: “A vehicle bomb exploded in the Al-Sinai district in the center of Ramadi.”
“The explosion took place at a security checkpoint on the main road in the south of Kirkuk, some 250 km north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad,” the media office of the Iraqi Joint Operations Command (JOC) said in a statement.
A woman in a passenger car, who was passing through the checkpoint, was killed by the explosion; four more security personnel were injured.
Shafaq News: «Заминированный автомобиль взорвался в районе Аль-Синай в центре Рамади».
«Взрыв произошел на контрольно-пропускном пункте безопасности на главной дороге на юге Киркука, примерно в 250 км к северу от столицы Ирака Багдада», - говорится в заявлении пресс-службы Объединенного оперативного командования Ирака (JOC).
В результате взрыва погибла женщина, которая проезжала через блокпост в легковой машине, еще четверо сотрудников службы безопасности были ранены
We will do Workshop first
Then Wizard of the day
1st day of school and a middle schooler was rapid tested at the hospital AFTER school let out. Test was positive now all 16 classmates and teacher will be quarantined.
Ok please don’t post
Everything being posted comes from a higher power
Let’s start workshop
Lesson 5: Extreme Weather
During extremely cold weather or winter storms, staying warm and safe can be challenging. Winter storms can bring cold temperatures, power failures, loss of communication services, and icy roads.
And with GSM on the horizon, plus impending food shortages, continued rioting, plant shutdowns, lockdowns, and supply chain deficits, knowing how to prepare to stay safe in the cold is more important now than ever.
Be prepared before the rough winter weather hits by planning ahead. To keep yourselves and your loved ones safe, you should know how to prepare your homes and your cars before a winter storm hits.
We’ve compiled the following guide to give you some ideas on what to think about now - in the fall - to make sure you are covered during the upcoming winter months.
Alternative cooking sources can be used in times of emergency including candle warmers, chafing dishes, fondue pots or a fireplace.
Charcoal grills and camp stoves are for outdoor use only.
Commercially canned food may be eaten out of the can without warming.
To heat food in a can:
-Remove the label.
-Thoroughly wash and disinfect the can. (Use a diluted solution of one part bleach to 10 parts water.)
-Open the can before heating.
Managing food without power:
-Keep the refrigerator and freezer doors closed as much as possible.
-The refrigerator will keep food cold for about four hours if it is unopened.
-Refrigerated or frozen foods should be kept at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or below for proper food storage.
-Use a refrigerator thermometer to check temperature.
-Refrigerated food should be safe as long as the power was out for no more than four hours.
-Discard any perishable food such as meat, poultry, fish, eggs or leftovers that have been above 40 degrees Fahrenheit for two hours or more.
Using dry ice:
-Know where you can get dry ice prior to a power outage.
-Twenty-five pounds of dry ice will keep a 10 cubic foot freezer below freezing for three to four days.
-If you use dry ice to keep your food cold, make sure it does not come in direct contact with the food.
-Use care when handling dry ice. Wear dry, heavy gloves to avoid injury.
WINTER WEATHER PREPAREDNESS GUIDE
We’re expecting severe winters in the upcoming years, so it’s important to learn how to prepare for it. It’s just as important to prepare for a rough winter season in the north as it is for people along the southern coast to prepare for hurricanes.
So we’re going to cover the extra steps to take on top of your normal prepping to deal with a rough winter, including winterizing your home, winter emergency car kits, winterizing your bug out bag, and proper extreme cold clothing.
Nasty winter weather can happen as early as September in some parts of the northern hemisphere, but winter formally starts on December 21. If you live in an area where winter is already a risk, you will need to do a winter preparedness review at the start of the fall.
The main goal is to be able to comfortably survive in your home for at least two weeks without the grid or outside help. We suggest that you are prepped ahead for at least a year, but if you’re expecting a blizzard or polar vortex, they usually last a few days. It’s the aftermath of a major storm that can disrupt life for days and weeks after.
Items to buy:
-Groceries, two weeks of water (15 gallons per person) and food that doesn’t require any/much cooking
-Two weeks of important medications
-Two weeks of pet and baby supplies
-Gas. Top off your car, and fill a spare fuel can.
-Bags of deicing salt or sand (or kitty litter)
-Ways to heat and light at least one room in your home that doesn’t depend on the grid (space heaters and lanterns for camping that use cheap propane tanks are great)
-Chapstick, tire chains, window scraper, appropriate clothing
Things to do:
-Have warm clothing, blankets, and space heaters ready.
-If you’re using propane space heaters to keep warm, only use quality indoor-rated products, carbon monoxide detectors, and crack a window for ventilation.
-Make sure your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors work. Home fires happen more in the winter than in any other season, and heating equipment is involved in one of every six reported home fires. Generators can feed carbon monoxide indoors if not properly ventilated.
-Gather all your flashlights and batteries in one location.
-Ready your generator. Keep it in a protected, well-ventilated place, like an enclosed patio. Make sure it has fuel.
-If you burn things for heat, make sure you have enough fuel stored inside where it’s dry and accessible.
-Close off unused rooms.
-Block drafts with towels under doors.
-Let your faucets drip to prevent pipes from freezing.
-Try to stay inside as much as possible.
-Shovel important walkways and driveways multiple times throughout large snowstorms. You save overall time and pain compared to doing one big removal.
Ok let’s leave off here
Part B tomorrow
Remember I’m being urged to this this
From the ones watching over us
Take the Extreme Weather workshop seriously
Not a livestream
Air force helicopter circling over multiple BLM protests happening
All feeds are cut
Welcome to my nightmare: researchers to investigate the strange world of Covid dreams
remember they did not have time to prepare
an Advance Team is usually sent 1 month ahead of time to secure a location
in Which POTUS will visit.
Airline pilot reports seeing ‘guy in jetpack’ flying near aircraft while approaching LAX runway
I see the Argentineans have arrived in Los Angeles.
1944 German Rocket Pack
when you google Nazi Raketentruppler you’ll see it’s scrubbed
the curious things you discover on tiktok