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Bill Gates Wants ‘Rich’ Countries to Oly Eat Synthetic Beef: ‘You Can Get Used to the Taste Difference’

The claim had been repeatedly dismissed by the U.S. State Department.

As trial of Harvard prof opens, Biden faces pressure to end Trump program to catch Chinese spies

Campaign to kill Justice Department’s "China Initiative" intensifies despite Beijing’s continuing espionage activities.

New Twitter CEO’s Racist Tweets: ‘Why Should I Distinguish Between White People and Racists?’

Parag Agrawal—replacing Twitter's Dorsey—is apparently an opponent of free speech, and has sent tweets about all white people being racist.

Twitter’s New CEO Parag Agrawal: ‘Why Should I Distinguish Between White People and Racists?’

Incoming Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, who will shortly replace Jack Dorsey as head of the far-left social media company, uncritically repeated a quote in 2010 suggesting that there should be no need to “distinguish between white people and racists.”

Patented Fake Meat Is All About Big Profits for Big Corporations — Not Health

Lab grown meat offers private corporations the opportunity to place intellectual property rights on meat development and thus create a financial windfall, at the expense of human health.

Almost All Of Facebook’s Top Pages For American Christians In 2019 Were Misinformation Campaigns By Foreign Actors, Report Reveals

Nineteen of 20 top pages for American Christians on Facebook were in fact managed by Eastern European troll farms in 2019, internal documents have shown. The groups behind Facebook's top pages for American Christians were mostly based in Kosovo and Macedonia.

Ultra-rich Jeff Bezos seeks to ‘reprogram’ human cells with new investment

A new report links Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to a group of scientists trying to find a technology roadmap to the Fountain of Youth.

10 Federal Agencies Plan to Greatly Expand Reliance on Facial Recognition Surveillance, Critics Outraged

Digital rights advocates reacted harshly Thursday to a new internal U.S. government report detailing how 10 federal agencies have plans to greatly expand their reliance on facial recognition in the years ahead.

MIT: No need to panic about COVID-19 ‘variants’

'The virus hasn't fundamentally changed'

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