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COVID VACCINE DEVASTATION, QUANTIFIED
1.36 million individuals aged 16-64 actively engaged in the labor market were disabled by COVID vaccines, and 310 thousand deaths were caused by them.
TOP TREND 2023, GOING GREEN LIKE IT OR NOT: EUROPEAN COMMISSION PROPOSES “GREEN DEAL”
A “green deal” industrial initiative proposed by the European Commission (EC) would see a minimum of 40 percent of the green energy technologies installed in European Union (EU) countries in 2030 made by businesses located there.
WHEN THE ECONOMY FALLS JOBS GO WITH IT
This is week 34 of our reporting the long trend-line of layoffs that signal recession in a country near you. To illustrate the depth and range of the layoff trend we note that Recruit Holdings, owner of online job placement service Indeed, is laying off about 2,200 workers or about 15 percent of its staff.
FREIGHT COMPANIES FEAR RECESSION
Logistics companies had hoped for increased business in the last half of this year, but retailers are cautious about placing orders after being overstocked for months last year and earlier in this one, The Wall Street Journal reported.
TURNS OUT, EBOLA LIKELY LEAKED FROM A LAB AS WELL
In December 2013, Zaire Ebola hemorrhagic fever broke out in Guinea and over the next three years spread across West Africa, ultimately killing 11,323 people. It was the largest and deadliest Ebola outbreak in history.
THIS WEEK IN SURVEILLANCE
A Congressional appearance this past week by TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew was widely viewed as a disaster for the company.
MICROSOFT SAYS CHATGPT4 AN “EARLY FORM” OF ARTIFICIAL GENERAL INTELLIGENCE
Has the newest version of ChatGPT achieved a human level of general intelligence? Microsoft is now making that claim for ChatGPT4.
Several reports involving cryptos and a possible U.S. CBDC were released this past week. But the reports themselves, and much of the media attention surrounding them, failed to get at the core issue.
BITCOIN GETS BANK BOOST IN GERMANY
Several moves in Germany spell good news for bitcoin adoption and investment. Via a new platform called wpNex offered by securities processing giant Deutsche WertpapierService Bank AG (dwpbank), some 1,200 German banks will be able to offer bitcoin to retail customers.