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12/10/2023

Blackburn Urges Biden Commerce Department To Return China Lab To Entity List
December 4, 2023
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn, along with Katie Britt (R-Ala.), Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.), and J.D. Vance (R-Ohio), sent a letter to U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo raising concern over the removal of China’s Institute of Forensic Science (the Institute) from the Commerce Department’s entity list. The Senators argue this move will only embolden Communist China and request the U.S. immediately reinstate the Institute’s place on the entity list.

Removing A CCP Lab From The U.S. Entity List Does Nothing To Hold China Accountable For Illicit Fentanyl Production
“We write to express our strong concern about this administration’s decision to remove the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s Institute for Forensic Sciences (the Institute) from the Department of Commerce’s Entity List. This deeply misguided decision to lift sanctions on the CCP—as China continues to indoctrinate our children through social media and poison Americans with fentanyl—will only embolden President Xi. Reports indicate that this decision was made to encourage the Chinese to stop the illicit production and exportation of deadly fentanyl precursors. While we agree that stopping the CCP’s exportation of these precursors is paramount and long overdue, your administration’s strategy is misguided. By preemptively removing the Institute from the entity list, you continue to show weakness on the world stage. When America’s adversary poisons and kills United States citizens, we should not beg or negotiate.”

If the Biden Administration Is Focused on Combatting Islamophobia, Why Are they Lifting Sanctions Against A Chinese Institute Involved in A Genocide Against Muslim Uyghurs?
“We must also continue to stand for human rights around the world. In 2020, President Trump put the Institute on the sanctions list because of their abuse of the Uyghurs. The CCP—and the Institute for Forensic Sciences—subjects the Uyghurs to unthinkable evil. Their vicious, genocidal campaign includes forced sterilization, forced labor, torture, rape, and murder. One would think that standing against the genocide of the Uyghurs would be included in this administration’s newly formed National Strategy to Counter Islamophobia, but it seems that giving the CCP a victory on the world stage is more important to this administration.”
The Biden Administration Must Take A Strong Stance Against The Genocidal CCP Regime, Starting With Reinstating The China Lab To The Entity List

11/23/2023

What to know about a mysterious dog respiratory illness. The pathogen is “a funky bacterium,” said Dr. David Needle, pathology section chief at the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture at the University of New Hampshire. “It’s smaller than a normal bacterium in its size and in the size of its genome. Long story short, it’s a weird bacterium that can be tough to find and sequence.”

https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/mystery-dog-illness-respiratory-what-know-rcna125992

10/27/2023

https://thewashingtonstandard.com/the-center-for-biofield-sciences-cardiovascular-system-changes-occur-within-1-3-months-using-this-video/

The cardiovascular portion of the organ function study showed that after 6 weeks of wearing the X39, the cardiovascular systems acted eight weeks younger.  So,

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Blackburn Urges Biden Commerce Department To Return China Lab To Entity List
December 4, 2023
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn, along with Katie Britt (R-Ala.), Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.), and J.D. Vance (R-Ohio), sent a letter to U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo raising concern over the removal of China’s Institute of Forensic Science (the Institute) from the Commerce Department’s entity list. The Senators argue this move will only embolden Communist China and request the U.S. immediately reinstate the Institute’s place on the entity list.

Removing A CCP Lab From The U.S. Entity List Does Nothing To Hold China Accountable For Illicit Fentanyl Production
“We write to express our strong concern about this administration’s decision to remove the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s Institute for Forensic Sciences (the Institute) from the Department of Commerce’s Entity List. This deeply misguided decision to lift sanctions on the CCP—as China continues to indoctrinate our children through social media and poison Americans with fentanyl—will only embolden President Xi. Reports indicate that this decision was made to encourage the Chinese to stop the illicit production and exportation of deadly fentanyl precursors. While we agree that stopping the CCP’s exportation of these precursors is paramount and long overdue, your administration’s strategy is misguided. By preemptively removing the Institute from the entity list, you continue to show weakness on the world stage. When America’s adversary poisons and kills United States citizens, we should not beg or negotiate.”

If the Biden Administration Is Focused on Combatting Islamophobia, Why Are they Lifting Sanctions Against A Chinese Institute Involved in A Genocide Against Muslim Uyghurs?
“We must also continue to stand for human rights around the world. In 2020, President Trump put the Institute on the sanctions list because of their abuse of the Uyghurs. The CCP—and the Institute for Forensic Sciences—subjects the Uyghurs to unthinkable evil. Their vicious, genocidal campaign includes forced sterilization, forced labor, torture, rape, and murder. One would think that standing against the genocide of the Uyghurs would be included in this administration’s newly formed National Strategy to Counter Islamophobia, but it seems that giving the CCP a victory on the world stage is more important to this administration.”
The Biden Administration Must Take A Strong Stance Against The Genocidal CCP Regime, Starting With Reinstating The China Lab To The Entity List

11/23/2023

What to know about a mysterious dog respiratory illness. The pathogen is “a funky bacterium,” said Dr. David Needle, pathology section chief at the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture at the University of New Hampshire. “It’s smaller than a normal bacterium in its size and in the size of its genome. Long story short, it’s a weird bacterium that can be tough to find and sequence.”

https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/mystery-dog-illness-respiratory-what-know-rcna125992

10/27/2023

https://thewashingtonstandard.com/the-center-for-biofield-sciences-cardiovascular-system-changes-occur-within-1-3-months-using-this-video/

The cardiovascular portion of the organ function study showed that after 6 weeks of wearing the X39, the cardiovascular systems acted eight weeks younger.  So,

thewashingtonstandard.com

Do Babies Develop Consciousness While Still in the Womb?

The review, published in Trends in Cognitive Sciences, examined brain waves, behaviors and senses that mark the start of awareness in adults, showing that some key signs are active in newborns or appear within months after birth.

Brain responses to surprises — which signal awareness in adults — were detectable in fetuses as early as 24-26 weeks.

The authors said that taken together, the findings suggest consciousness could be present in late pregnancy, but that more work is still needed to unravel the origins of experience.

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https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/babies-develop-consciousness-womb/?utm_source=sovren&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=defender&utm_id=20231018

A new review, published in Trends in Cognitive Science, examines multiple behavioral and neural markers that may signal the onset of awareness in fetuses and infants. Converging evidence suggests consciousness could emerge earlier than previously thought, possibly even before birth.

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Excerpt from my Therapy Mishaps Forum:


Q. I've gotta run something by you, Shari. I've been seeing a therapist for a couple of months in relation to a difficult break-up with my girlfriend. At first, this doctor seemed effective in helping me with my feelings surrounding this loss, gaining insights about myself, etc. But in the last few sessions, she's been dressing more provocatively and making comments that feel suggestive. I've been pretty revealing about the sexual aspects of my last relationship (and others), and I'm now wondering if this was wrong to do. While I'm flattered by her compliments and they help me feel better about myself, I can't help sensing she's coming on to me. I'd like to remain in therapy until I'm stronger and more resolved about this recent crisis, but I'm starting to feel uncomfortable with her. Maybe it's my imagination, but I think she's being seductive with me, and it's distracting. I'm not sure what I should do.

A. First of all, therapy NEVER includes sex! Any psychotherapist who crosses this line is subject to fines, imprisonment and revocation of his/her license to practice. Your self-revelations are perfectly normal/natural within this context (how else can a clinician learn about you, understand what matters to you, and assist you?). Feeling like you've shared something too personal can be a direct outcome of working with someone who has undermined your trust.

Whether this woman is being inappropriate with you or not, your feelings about this situation must be honored. Are you able/willing to share these, as well as your observations with her? Your therapist's handling of this material will give you a sense of how to proceed: If she appears to take in what you've said, and gently asks questions about how you've arrived at these impressions and what they've meant to you, that's a good start. If she confirms your suspicions or reacts defensively to your words, invalidates your perceptions and/or makes this about "your issues," leave and find a professional who can work with you in a manner that's healing as opposed to harming. If this therapist has physically touched you in any way that feels inappropriate, or suggested you meet outside of her office, file a complaint with the Board of Psychology or the Board of Behavioral Sciences.