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    The Havana Syndrome, a mysterious disease that has affected US diplomats in Cuba and elsewhere, has not been scientifically proven, a group of Cuban researchers has said. “We conclude that the history of the mysterious syndrome is scientifically unacceptable in any of its components and that it did not survive. But only because of a one-sided application of science, ”say 16 researchers at the Cuban Academy of Sciences. (ACC) in an official statement posted on the Cubadpat website. Experts insist on it Some scientific articles have accepted the attacks on American diplomats in Havana as “a theory” and theories are based on this idea. “However, four years after the first patient information was released, there was” no evidence of seizures, “they said. ⁇Neither the Cuban police, nor the FBI, nor the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have found evidence of the attacks. Despite the full investigation against the diplomats in Havana, they insist. U.S. diplomats serving in Cuba have been reporting various symptoms since 2016. More than 20 employees of the US Diplomatic Mission, their family members and Canadian diplomats fell...
    Michael Waltz, the first Green Beret elected to Congress, condemned President Biden's Afghan withdrawal on Friday, saying the country's rapid descent into chaos made a mockery of his reputation as a foreign policy expert. Instead, the Republican said it demonstrated how Biden had a knack for making mistakes overseas.    'It was only a month ago when President Biden declared "the likelihood there’s going to be the Taliban overrunning everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely,"' he wrote in an opinion piece for Fox News. 'It’s unclear whether Biden is clueless or heartless or both. But he is living up to his reputation of being "wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades," as described by former Defense Secretary Robert Gates.  'It’s worth remembering that Biden also opposed the raid to kill Osama Bin Laden.' Taliban fighters stand guard inside the city of Ghazni, southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 13, 2021. The Taliban have largely completed their sweep of the country's south Taliban fighters stand guard inside the...
    As legendary quarterback Tom Brady celebrated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 2021 Super Bowl victory with President Joe Biden, Brady cracked some jokes at the expense of a guy widely perceived his friend — at least until now. Along with ridiculing one of Donald Trump's disparaging nicknames for Biden, Brady also mocked Trump's claims that he didn't really lose the 2020 election by quipping, "Not a lot of people think that we could have won. In fact, I think about 40% of the people still don't think we won." It's not likely that Trump enjoyed being mocked as a sore loser by one of America's most famous sports winners. Brady, who had not visited the White House to celebrate a Super Bowl victory since 2005, may have very well put the final nail in his controversial relationship with Trump. He also reminded us of one of the most underrated speeches in American political history — the one delivered 10 years ago by Barack Obama at Trump's expense. There were many moments in Obama's historic presidency that could be described as his...
    (CNN)The aurora borealis, or northern lights, could easily be described as Earth's greatest light show. A phenomenon that's exclusive to the higher latitudes has had scientists in awe and wonder for centuries.The mystery surrounding what causes the northern lights has been speculated but never proven, until now. The great aurora mystery finally solvedA group of physicists from Iowa State University have finally proven that the "most brilliant auroras are produced by powerful electromagnetic waves during geomagnetic storms," according to a newly released study.The study shows that these phenomena, also known as Alfven waves, accelerate electrons toward Earth, causing the particles to produce the light show we know as the northern lights.The aurora borealis lighting up the night sky in Iceland.Read More"Measurements revealed this small population of electrons undergoes 'resonant acceleration' by the Alfven wave's electric field, similar to a surfer catching a wave and being continually accelerated as the surfer moves along with the wave," said Greg Howes, associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Iowa and co-author of the study. This idea of...
    THE combative lawyer of Diego Maradona’s eight-year-old son has insisted it has been 'proven' the icon’s death was manslaughter. Mario Baudry, who is acting for eight-year-old Diego Fernando, claimed: “In any country, with other prosecutors, people would be in prison by now.” 1The lawyer of Diego Maradona’s son has insisted the Argentina icon's death was manslaughterCredit: instagram.com/maradona During an angry exchange on Argentinian TV with the legal representative of Maradona’s lawyer Matias Morla, who insisted Diego died from natural causes, he raged: “That’s not the case. “Manslaughter has been proven. The longer this goes on, the more the evidence gets diluted.” Criticising a court-backed analysis of Maradona’s two iPhones which began on Friday, Mr Baudry added: “I’m against it. I don’t think the victim should be investigated. “He was an ill man suffering from abstinence, an alcoholic who was also taking drugs. “They open his phones up three months after his death. Why so long?” The tough-talking lawyer said earlier this month he feared Maradona 'hangers-on' could have pilfered much of the multi-millionaire's estimated £75 million fortune. He claimed: “There’s...
    Washington (CNN)Arguing that the Capitol insurrection damaged US national security, one of the House impeachment managers, Rep. Joaquin Castro, spoke Thursday about the theft of a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office. "At least one of the insurrectionists may have intended to steal information and give it to a foreign adversary. According to charging documents, Riley Williams allegedly helped steal a laptop from Speaker Pelosi's office to 'send the computer device to a friend in Russia, who then planned to sell the device to SVR, Russia's foreign intelligence service,'" Castro said. Facts First: Castro appropriately hedged his claim by saying "may," but it's still worth emphasizing that the allegation that Williams intended to send the Pelosi laptop to Russia has not been proven. While the FBI has alleged that Williams had a role in the theft of the laptop, the FBI said in a January court document that that the claim that she had a desire to send the laptop to Russia "remains under investigation"; the FBI explained that this claim was made by a tipster who said they...
    The World Health Organization (WHO) is warning that Moderna's coronavirus vaccine should not be used on pregnant women - affecting more than three million expectant mothers in the U.S. No vaccine trials to date have included pregnant women - and they are not expected to until after the first quarter of 2021 - meaning there is no safety data, the WHO says. Researchers want to determine the vaccines are safe and effective in healthy, non-pregnant people before testing them in mothers-to-be and their future children.    'While pregnancy puts women at a higher risk of severe COVID-19, the use of this vaccine in pregnant women is currently not recommended, unless they are at risk of high exposure,' the WHO's statement released on Tuesday read.  Pregnant women at high risk include those who are frontline healthcare workers or having underlying conditions. This is the same guidance that the WHO issued about the Pfizer vaccine just three weeks earlier. But doctors in the U.S. have opposed pregnant women being excluded from vaccine recommendations due to their high risk of severe illness from COVID-19...
    Walt Disney trying to convince a penguin to play his part in a "Silly Symphony," 1934. Hulton Archive/Getty Images Walt Disney is both a beloved and controversial figure in American history. Over the years, there have been many conspiracy theories, rumors, and myths surrounding both his life and death. For example, many believe that Walt Disney cryogenically froze himself, which is not true. There are books, podcasts, movies, and websites all dedicated to figuring out who the real Walt Disney was. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The life and times of Walt Disney have always been a popular topic of discussion. After all, he embodies the American Dream: he started as a poor student in the Midwest, and ended up being one of the most influential people in history. The theme parks he created are some of the most visited places in the world. The downside? This notoriety makes him the subject of hundreds of rumors and myths, most of which are untrue.  In honor of Walt Disney's 119th birthday on December 5, here are the top...
    Valerie Jarrett, a former adviser to President Barack Obama, clashed with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo over alleged “spying” on the Trump 2016 campaign. During an interview on her Fox Business program Mornings with Maria, Bartiromo berated Jarrett about whether Obama had directed the FBI to target then-candidate Donald Trump’s campaign. Bartiromo preemptively dismissed Russia’s “meddling” in U.S. elections on behalf of Trump. “That’s been going on for decades as you know,” the Fox News host said. “I’ve gone to Russia many times and have been watching this happen for decades. So we all know that Russia has been trying to meddle.” “But now we’re talking about a very serious situation,” Bartiromo opined, steering the interview away from Russia. “We have a criminal investigation underway. People could go to jail. Do you believe if [former FBI Director] Jim Comey knew that the dossier was fake and garbage and he kept going, re-upping warrants to spy on the Trump campaign that he should go to jail?” “I have a high degree of confidence in our intelligence community, investigators comported themselves responsibly,” Jarrett...
    Employees of a Springfield hair salon in Missouri, United States, infected with Covid-19, did not contaminate any of their customers. The effectiveness of wearing a mask protection against coronavirus was proven by the example of a hair salon in the city of Springfield, Missouri. Two employees of this salon were contaminated while continuing to work wearing masks. >>> Mandatory mask in places closed on August 1 Covid-19 tests positive One of the hairdressers started to develop symptoms of coronavirus, last May 12. She continued to come to work until May 20, the day she received positive test results. The other employee, whose gender was not disclosed, experienced symptoms from May 15 and worked until May 20. Wearing masks is effective During this time, employees received close to a hundred customers, nearly 139 customers potentially exposed to the virus. But after tests at coronavirus none of the 67 individuals who accepted it had tested positive, reports 20 Minutes. During their service, employees have always worn masks and the same was true for customers. Hence the proof of the effectiveness of...
    No. 51 Xfinity Series team owner penalized post-Kentucky A Grandmother Taught Her Son to Braid His Daughters Hair, and Im Crying Feds Bullard says stock markets optimism has been proven right, at least for now MARKET PULSE U.S. investors, who been running up equity market values, have been right, at least so far, said St. Louis Fed President James Bullard on Tuesday. "Equity markets are something we don't usually talk about at the Fed. I think they have been optimistic and they have been right, I think, up to now anyway. They were optimistic in the May-June time-frame and indeed the data came in and validated the market thinking," Bullard said. He added a big part of market capitalization is tech firms and pandemic has been a "boon" to this industry. Continue Reading Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours.
    A pandemic is not the time to be having discussions about how to design a national health care system. The fact that the United States, which has 4 percent of the world’s population, leads the world with 25 percent of all coronavirus infections, indicates at a glance that something about our nation’s health care is irredeemably broken. In just a few months, more than 40 million Americans became unemployed in a country where a majority are expected to obtain health care through employer-provided insurance. Even the New York Times has pointed out that, “Nothing illuminates the problems with an employer-based health care system quite like massive unemployment in the middle of a highly contagious and potentially deadly disease outbreak.” The Times has hardly been a champion of the nationalized health care system that progressive activists have demanded for years. The unimaginably large (and growing) death toll from COVID-19 should not be, as the paper’s editorial board member Jeneen Interlandi says, “an opportunity to look at health care reform with fresh eyes—and to maybe, finally, rebuild the nation’s health care system in a way that works for...
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