Radio Host Caught COVID On Purpose To Achieve Natural Immunity as More Senior Americans Get Booster Shots
A conservative radio host, Dennis Prager, recently announced that he has tested positive for the coronavirus infection after months of purposely trying to contract the disease. The senior's actions comes as many elderly Americans are getting booster shots to fight off the deadly illness.
Two Centuries Old Shipwrecked Unearthed in Latvia Beach; Design Reveals of Royal Navy Origin
The origin of the shipwreck discovered at Daugavgrīva beach, located in Latvia close to Riga, was thought to be a lost Royal Navy ship. No one knows the source of the wreck definitely until investigated thoroughly.
The Roman Empire Conducted Previously Unheard of Genocidal Warfare Against Civilians in Southern Spain During the Punic Wars
The Roman Empire conducted genocidal warfare in Andalusia as part of the Punic Wars fought against Carthage. They wanted to deal a hard blow to the empire, bringing Hannibal, one of its greatest generals.
WHO Chief Criticizes Use of Vaccine Boosters in More Regions, Saying It's 'Immoral', 'Unfair'
The director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus criticized the continued administration of coronavirus booster shots as "immoral" and "unfair." The official had previously called to stop the use of a third vaccine injection amid the lack of supply in some countries.
Tomb of Nestor’s Cup Reveals Mystery As Researchers Found the Ashes Tells a Different Story From 2,800 Years Ago
The secret of the Tomb of Nestor's cup mystery was exposed after its discovery 65 years ago. What made the cup distinctive is its contents inside it, believed all these millennia ago by those who lived before.
14-Year-Old 'Selfie' Star Gorilla Ndakasi Dies in Caretaker's Arms After Years of Deteriorating Health
Ndakasi, the star of a viral selfie in 2019 captured by a park ranger, has died at 14 years old in the arms of the caretaker that rescued her when she was only two months old and clinging to her mother's dead body. The mountain gorilla spent 11 years in the Virunga National Park before succumbing to deteriorating health.
Studies Find Waning Immunity From Pfizer Vaccine as More Regulators Show Support For Booster Shots
Patients who received the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine were at risk of waning immunity levels, two studies found in a sample of 4,800 fully vaccinated healthcare workers. The situation has resulted in health officials recommending the use of booster shots to better protect people worldwide.
Unknown Roman Temple Found in Lebanon Dates Back 5,000 Years With Geometric Reliefs Dedicated to An Unknown Deity
An unknown Roman temple was found in Lebanon by Archaeologists located in the ancient city of Tyre on the coast. Temples usually had a deity in mind, but this one has none, which is usual as these ancient buildings have one.
The 4,000 Year-Old Bull Geoglyph in Russia Outdates Other Ancient Monuments by Several Thousand Millennia Causes A Stir Among Scientists
A 4,000-year-old bull geoglyph in Russia, Siberia, threatens to upturn the recent prehistory of civilization compared to Nazca Lines in Peru and White Horse monuments in England.
Transdermal Microneedle Patch Improves Immune Responses Now an Option for COVID-19 Vaccine Instead of Inoculation Using Needles
Researchers have developed a new delivery system for therapies, a tiny vaccine patch that improves immune responses instead of injections with needles. One reason for not getting a shot is a fear of needles. This new technology will avoid that.
Riverboat Abner O’Neal Shipwreck Exposed After Submergence in Missouri River More Than 130 Years Ago
Lying where it last rested, the remains of riverboat Abner O'Neal were seen after being shipwrecked 130 years ago. Though not much is left of the old steamer, the drought exposed its outline with a two-foot drop in river water level.
Greta Thunberg Mocks World Leaders For Inaction Against Climate Change That Threatens Future Generations
Youth activist Greta Thunberg mocked world leaders during a youth climate summit in Milan on Tuesday for their alleged inactions against climate change. She said that nations have failed to reduce emissions, risking a severe effects on future generations.
CDC Director Supports Allowing Children To Trick-or-Treat on Halloween With Certain Restrictions
The director for the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, Rochelle Walensky, said she believed that young children should be allowed to go trick-or-treating this Halloween. However, the official said that the holiday should be conducted under certain limitations to ensure the safety of the people.
Australia Eases Lockdown on Vaccinated Residents in Sydney Amid Plans To Reopen Economy Before Year Ends
Australian authorities announced that the region would slowly reopen its economy and travel with plans to fully reopen before the year ends. The situation comes as the nation recorded much fewer number of coronavirus infections in the last month.
Researchers Find Highly Potent Monoclonal Antibodies that Resists Recent COVID-19 Strains, Thwarts Infections Better
Researchers found optional therapies where potent monoclonal antibodies have unusual strong properties which can resist coronavirus strains that dodge antibodies of vaccines. Finding other layers of possible protection from the virus will help in adding to the security of vaccines.