The original story about the corona virus was that it broke out at a seafood market in Wuhan. However the SARS-CoV-2 virus is most closely related to bats which are not sold at this market at all. Prof. Dr. Roland Wiesendanger a German nano-scientist and professor at the university of Hamburg came to the conclusion that a labaratory accident in the province of Wuhan would be rather possible.
Prof. Winfried Stöcker made a very simple vaccination against Covid-19. One simply injects the antigen protein itself instead of injecting RNA, which the body then uses to produce the antigen. That is exactly the way the hepatitis vaccinations work. The effectiveness of this antigen has been scientifically broadly confirmed. Such a vaccination is much easier to produce and should also have fewer side effects. Unfortunately, he has already sold his company Euroimmun and no longer has the necessary infrastructure to bring such a vaccination onto the market. In a self-experiment and with his employees and family members, however, the vaccination showed a high level of immunization and was free of side effects. According to Winfried Stöcker, current companies that produce RNA vaccinations care too much about expensive patents and profiteering. The Paul Ehrlich Institute responded to his request with a complaint instead of supporting the professor. According to him, he would otherwise have been able to produce enough vaccine in a single production facility to supply the whole of Germany with vaccine within a few month. The vaccine can be stored in a fridge. Now he just wants to sell the antigen so that doctors or potential vaccine manufacturers can then mix a vaccine themselves, which, according to Prof. Winfried Stöcker, is legally possible. He doesn't ask for money for his invention. Here is an article of the newspaper ‘der Spiegel’ about the invention.
We want to present a new search engine that is free and non-commercial, protects your privacy and runs 100% on green electricity: metager.org. The weighting of the search results is fair and free from manipulation. We used the two sites “believe god nature” and “truth love Christianity” as a yardstick for freedom; because of the well-linked but controversial and unique content. Both refer at unmanipulated search results on two pages of elstel.org. The commercial search engines Yahoo and Bing also appear to be free from manipulation. Microsoft's Bing offers coverage that is virtually equivalent to Google. In our opinion, the best guarantee for uncensored search results is a non-commercial search engine. Other search engines like DuckDuckGo and Yippy from IBM show “believe god nature” also in the first place and “truth love Christianity” also in one of the first places. Only the Qwant that we have pushed so far punishes our scientifically well-founded article about “believe god nature” with the 15th place recently. Beyond good and bad is Google. Google immediately deleted our pages from the index after it suddenly returned a lot of results for one day. We have already reported about it.
The ECT (Energy Charter Treaty) is a de facto criminal contract between 53 states, under which energy companies can sue for lost, imaginary future profits if the state changes the regulatory framework. The taxpayer then has to bleed. This is what happened with Germany's nuclear phase-out concerning the amount of 4.7 billion euros. RWE is now demanding 1.4 billion euros because of the Netherlands' coal exit. France and Spain want to leave the pact together. Italy has already done this. Only Germany under Minister of Economic Affairs Altmaier is blocking. Angela Merkel is a known advocate of “free trade”. Unfortunately, the contract is so criminal that states still have to pay despite an exit. It's only over when everyone leaves. further sources: change.org, CEO - corporateeurope.org: info+petition (en), compact.de, ISDS at elstel.org.
Time is running out to stop one of the biggest new coal mines in the world. We have already reported about this disastrous project. The Adani mine relies on a key piece of train signalling technology that only German engineering giant Siemens is willing to provide. SumOfUs reports to have found at least four environmental breaches that could trigger the exit clause in Siemens’ contract with Adani. Up to now Siemens said it was bound by its word and went ahead with the contract.