Face Masks Are Going Through An Electronic Revolution


03-09-20 12:13:00,

LG Electronics announced Thursday, a new line of wearable air purifying masks are likely to gain traction, as the next-generation in face masks are set to be unveiled in the coming months. 

“LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier resolves the dilemma of homemade masks being of inconsistent quality and disposal masks being in short supply. The PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier employs two H13 HEPA filters, similar to the filters used in the company’s home air purifier products,” an LG press release read. 

By now, readers have the understanding that face masks or face coverings are required in almost every brick and mortar store, restaurant, and social gathering event, no matter the state.

While out in public, everyone mainly uses face masks and coverings of some sort that haven’t changed designed in decades, if not more than half a century. That is why, in the ‘war against covid’ – a lot of money is being plowed into research, and with that comes innovation, such as LG’s wearable air purifying masks. 

LG breaks down the technology within the masks: 

Employing LG’s latest advancements in air purification, high-performance replaceable filters enable PuriCare Wearable to supply fresh, clean air indoor and out. With its Dual Fans and patented Respiratory Sensor, LG’s wearable air purifier allows users to take in clean, filtered air while the Respiratory Sensor detects the cycle and volume of the wearer’s breath and adjusts the dual three-speed fans accordingly. The fans automatically speed up to assist air intake and slow down to reduce resistance when exhaling to make breathing effortless.

Ergonomically designed based on extensive facial shape analysis, LG PuriCare Wearable fits snugly on the user’s face to minimize air leakage around the nose and chin. The design also makes it possible to wear the unit comfortably for hours on end. The efficient and lightweight 820mAh battery offers up to eight hours of operation in low mode and two hours on high.*

What’s more, LG’s innovative personal air solution comes with a case that helps maintain hygiene between uses. Equipped with UV-LED lights that kills harmful germs,

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Annexation is going forward, and Democratic/European opposition is toothless without concrete penalties — Lara Friedman – Mondoweiss


07-07-20 08:36:00,

The fact that Israel didn’t move forward on annexation on July 1 is no basis for hope. The country is determined to do so, annexation will inevitably mean uprooting Palestinians and moving them to shanty towns, and none of the vaunted opposition to Israeli plans, from Democratic Party progressives to Europe, means anything without real sanctions, Lara Friedman of the Foundation for Middle East Peace said on a very pessimistic call with Americans for Peace Now.

Settler advocates understand the meaning of the July 1 date set for annexation, Friedman; and they are saying, Now the window is open. “We’re in the period of intense real negotiation between what the Trump administration may or may not want or may or may not allow them to do and what the settlers demand.” That window closes potentially on November 3 or at January’s inauguration if Trump is defeated.

The annexation plan is Ambassador David Friedman’s baby, the FMEP president said.

“As an observer, I feel comfortable saying this is a David Friedman policy and I take him seriously, I take him at his word, going back to his speech at AIPAC two years ago now where he basically laid out the equivalent, speaking almost as a preacher, How would we look our children in the eye if we failed to meet all of our goals under this most pro-Israel, as he defines it, administration in history? And since coming into office, they have systematically ticked off every one of the things they said they would do. The last thing on their list is annexation. They paved the way for annexation with the shift on policy on the Golan, where they said it is now official US policy that it is OK to obtain land if you did so in a defensive war.”

David Friedman, at 2018 speech to AIPAC. Screenshot.

The global opposition is meaningless without sanctions, Friedman continued:

“You say there’s international pushback. That may be true. I don’t think this administration gives even a tiny little bit of concern for international pushback… Their focus appears to be, we have a set of voters we care about, we have a set of ideologies we care about, we’re going to do what we want….

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We’re Not Going Back To ‘Normal’…


17-04-20 02:38:00,

Authored by Michael Muharrey via SchiffGold.com,

Turn the key and the economy will restart.

That’s a myth a lot of people in the mainstream have peddled since governments started shutting down the economy in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

That’s not going to happen. We’re not going back to normal.

In fact, things weren’t “normal” before the pandemic.

As Peter Schiff has been saying, too many mainstream pundits and prognosticators have focused exclusively on the pin and ignored the economic bubble that it popped. They argue that since the economic damage due to the COVID-19 shutdowns was self-inflicted, it’s not a real recession. It’s not a real economic collapse. It’s not that businesses are closing because the economy is bad. We just decided to shut them down. Therefore, we can just decide to open everything back up and everything will be fine. But as Schiff said, it’s not that simple.

What matters is that we got a wound. Look, if I grab a knife and I stab myself in the chest, I’m not OK because the wound is self-inflicted…

It doesn’t matter how I got stabbed. What matters is I have a knife in my chest and I’m bleeding. So, I can’t just ignore the wound because I was dumb enough to stab myself.”

I’ve been saying the same thing for weeks. The economy doesn’t stop and start on a dime. Just because Donald Trump snaps his fingers and says, “Go!” doesn’t mean that the crisis ends. The economic damage done to the economy by that knife is deep. In fact, the economy was already suffering from multiple knife wounds long before COVID-19 reared its ugly head.

It appears some people in the mainstream are starting to wake up to reality – sort of. Reuters recently ran an article headlined “With confidence shattered, the road to a ‘normal’ US economy looks long.”

The writer points out that the 9/11 attacks shut down airlines for three days. It took three years for the industry to recover. After the housing crash,

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+Redactionele opmerking- What’s Going On With the Arctic ‘Doomsday’ Seed Vault? | New Eastern Outlook


Redactionele opmerking:

F. William Engdahl is een belangrijk en zeer goed ingevoerde internationale publicist, gespecialiseerd o.a. in wereld-voedselvraagstukken, landbouw strategie ,etc. en de ermee verbonden strategische- en financiële- en andere belangen.

Deze publicatie over “dag-des-oordeels-zaadbank” te Spitsbergen is bijzonder belangwekkend en geeft een goede inkijk hoe openbare- maar desalniettemin onzichtbaar blijvende belangenstructuren een heel ander doel zullen hebben dan welke in de beperkte publiciteit over dit onderwerp doet vermoeden…

04-03-20 08:26:00,


Against the backdrop of the spreading fear about a global coronavirus pandemic, an event has slipped largely under the radar at a spot so removed from the rest of the world that most are unaware of its existence. The Svalbard “Doomsday” Seed Vault on Spitsbergen Island north of the Arctic Circle just received an additional major shipment of plant variety seeds for its special storage. What makes this entire seed bank enterprise suspicious at the very least is the list of financial sponsors behind the global project.

On February 25 more than 60,000 new seed varieties were placed in the Svalbard vault, the largest deposit of seeds since it opened. This brings the total of seed types to over one million since the vault was first opened for deposits in early 2008.

The latest seed deposits include onions from Brazil, guar beans from central Asia, corn seeds sacred to the Cherokee nation and wildflowers from a meadow at Prince Charles’s home in the UK (sic). The Svalbard vault is on the island that is legally part of Norway since a 1925 treaty. The Norwegian government put up much of the money for the construction of the facility whose backers declared it was able to withstand a nuclear bomb blast. The only problem was planners did not make the structure, built into a mountain side, waterproof and the entrance flooded amid heavy rains in 2016, necessitating a major € 20 million of repairs and upgrade which were just completed, some four years later. Notably, as Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg pointed out during the recent seed-greeting ceremony, the year 2020 is slated as the year by which countries should have safeguarded genetic diversity of crops to meet the UN goal of “eliminating hunger by 2030.” The year 2030 is when the UN IPCC predicts catastrophic climate change barring a radical action from the world, as well as the key benchmark year for the UN’s Malthusian Agenda2030.

The publicly-stated argument for the major seed bank project is supposedly as a safe backup for the numerous national seed bank collections in event they are destroyed in war as in Syria or Iraq, or by natural disaster or other calamity. The Svalbard vault has been called the “Noah’s ark of seeds,” there should a “global catastrophe” occur,

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