When media lie

An Egyptian man takes a hostage at knifepoint in the Milan cathedral, threatening to slit his victim's throat. A once reputable Italian paper tells its readers that police "convinced him to lay down his weapon and release the hostage", when in fact, for everyone to see on video, police had to forcefully overwhelm him. The full and unredacted video, in turn, explodes on social media.

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Not just “Black lives matter”? “Climate change” scare a scam, too, long-time alarmist says while offering his apologies

After it has come to light that "Black Lives Matter" is a marxist - and blatantly racist - organization that could not care less about equal opportunity but that, according to rally signs exhibited by "activists", simply wants to "kill" or "eat the rich", now the climate change scare appears to be crumbling to pieces as well: It appears we now have the Edward Snowden of climate change alarmism.

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Why does the stock market keep rising when America goes up in flames?

The stock market continues to rise as we had written Thursday night was more likely than not, which does not quite seem logical given the headlines dominating world news. In a short break from pestiferous programming work, we hazard a quick attempt at a "logical" explanation "thinking around two corners".

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In Italy, “the virus no longer exists from a clinical point of view”

Alberto Zangrillo, Chief and Director of Intensive Care at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan on Italian state television: "The [test] swabs performed in the last ten days have results with an infinitesimal viral load from the quantitative point of view compared to the swabs performed on patients a month ago”.

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Some additional comments on the design of the study conducted by the University of Kentucky

While we are currently working on other urgent matters and have hardly any time to follow up on the the throat disinfection complex, let us - very briefly - make the following additional comments with regard to the study underway in Kentucky. If nothing else, they may serve as a mental check to the study investigators (who we will make aware of them, of course).

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