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  • sanford44sanford44 Newbie CommonPosts: 1
    edited March 22
    I'm listening to my fav song highest in the room by one of my rapper Travis Scott. I'm enjoying this song with mud wtr it refreshes my mind and filled with organic ingredients. here is my fav song: 
    Which songs are you listening to guys suggest me some good songs?
  • sheemersheemer Newbie CommonPosts: 2
    Hello, I'm new here and I'm listening

    love is gone and New rules 
  • sohugocisohugoci Newbie CommonPosts: 1

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    Scientists from Johns HopkinsColumbia and other leading American universities moved with rare speed when a Chinese virologist, Li-Meng Yan, published an explosive paper in September claiming that China had created the deadly coronavirus in a research lab.

    The paper, the American scientists concluded, was deeply flawed. And a new online journal from MIT Press — created specifically to vet claims related to SARS-CoV-2 — reported Yan’s claims were “at times baseless and are not supported by the data” 10 days after she posted them.


    But in an age when anyone can publish anything online with a few clicks, this response was not fast enough to keep Yan’s disputed allegations from going viral, reaching an audience in the millions on social media and Fox News. It was a development, according to experts on misinformation, that underscored how systems built to advance scientific understanding can be used to spread politically charged claims dramatically at odds with scientific consensus.



    Yan’s work, which was posted to the scientific research repository Zenodo without any review on Sept. 14, exploded on Twitter, YouTube and far-right websites with the help of such conservative influencers as Republican strategist Stephen K. Bannon, who repeatedly pushed it on his online show “War Room: Pandemic,” according to a report published Friday by Harvard researchers studying media manipulation. Yan expanded her claims, on Oct. 8, to blame the Chinese government explicitly for developing the coronavirus as a “bioweapon.”

  • OscarBrowneOscarBrowne Newbie CommonPosts: 4
    Asheram said:
    I know there is a thread somewhere but I dont think it has been posted on in a long time so lets start fresh. :smiley:

    love it, love it and the movie too
  • NycteliosNyctelios Member EpicPosts: 3,920
    Discord ID: Night # 6102
    Current playing: 
    Elite Dangerous

    "There is a fine line between consideration and hesitation. The former is wisdom, the latter is fear." Izaro Phrecius, Holy Emperor of the Eternal Empire, Last of Royal Phrecius Family.
  • AsheramAsheram Member EpicPosts: 4,838
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