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In Century 2, Quatrain 19, Nostradamus wrote of plague and famine. The passage reads: “Newcomers, place built without defence, “Place occupied then uninhabitable: Meadows, houses, fields, towns to take at pleasure, “Famine, plague, war, extensive land arable.” Although the coronavirus has infected more than 135,000 people and killed nearly 5,000, the disease can be hardly
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The deadly virus has now infected more than 120,000 people worldwide, claiming the lives of more than 4,300 in the process, as numbers in Europe spike, while Asia appears to be curbing the effects. This morning, Iran’s former President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, declared COVID-19 is a bioweapon from a military laboratory, stating: “It is clear to the
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The coronavirus has infected more than 119,000 people since December, fuelling conspiracy theories about its origin. Many people believe the SARS-CoV-2 virus was created in a Chinese laboratory and either accidentally or purposely released into the public. Others have claimed online the coronavirus is a warning sign of the biblical end times. Hardline Christians point
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Many people will associate autism with traits including atypical social interactions, repetitive behaviours, and difficulties with speech and communication. But perhaps lesser known is the fact people with autism are more likely to experience gastrointestinal disorders than the general population.   One review found children with autism were four times more likely to report gastrointestinal
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The Amazon rainforest is nearing a threshold which, once crossed, would see one of the world’s largest and richest ecosystems morph into arid savannah within half-a-century, scientists said Tuesday.   Another major ecosystem, Caribbean coral reefs, could die off in only 15 years were it to pass its own point-of-no-return, the scientists reported in the
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There is also mention of plague in Century II, Quatrain 19: “Newcomers, place built without defence, “Place occupied then uninhabitable: “Meadows, houses, fields, towns to take at pleasure, “Famine, plague, war, extensive land arable.” But is there any reason to believe Nostradamus did indeed want the world of a devastating pandemic? Nostradamus cryptic writings can
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COVID-19 has now infected nearly 115,000 people, killing more than 4,000 in the process in a devastating outbreak which is days away from being declared a pandemic. Last night, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conteimposed a nation-wide lockdown and the numbers in Spain almost doubled in a single day as the infection spreads through Europe at an
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Coronavirus has disrupted everyday life throughout the world through travel bans, flight restrictions and the cancellation of sporting and cultural events. More than 60 million Italians have been banned from travelling, and all public events cancelled. In China, 30 million people are still under lockdown, allowed to leave their homes only every two days.  
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TOTO is surrounded by islands, reefs and shoals. This helps isolate the underwater base from oceanic disturbances, specifically high-ambient noise. The area is consequently considered the ideal location for testing and calibrating underwater vehicles, weapons and technology. Top-secret technology tests at AUTEC are thought to include the next generation of submarines, sonar and targeting systems.
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The official verdict is in. As the red supergiant Betelgeuse once again returns to normal brightness levels, astronomers have taken the star’s temperature to identify the cause of its recent dimming.   It turns out the star wasn’t fluctuating internally; rather, Betelgeuse sneezed out a huge cloud of dust, which obscured its light for a
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A bacterial species that survives by ‘breathing’ rock has intrigued scientists for decades, even though the inner workings of its mysterious cellular respiration technique have remained far from clear.   Now, in a new study investigating the strange habits of the bacterium Shewanella oneidensis, researchers have discovered that the microbe’s ability to ‘breathe’ by transporting