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Scientists have discovered a way to develop a substance that is harder than diamonds with valuable electrical properties and durability.
Scientists Synthesize Superhard Glassy Material Rivaling Diamonds
Scientists from China, Russia, Germany, Sweden, and the U.S. have developed a synthetic carbon substance known as amorphous material (AM) that conducts electricity and is reportedly hard as diamond. The strong, glassy substance has “outstanding”...
Specimens of premixed saline solution designed to mimic the COVID-19 vaccines are seen on the top of a prototype of Cryo-Vacc, an ultra-cold biologic transport unit, in Dunkeld West, Johannesburg, on February 17, 2021. More than 8,500 Germans have been asked to roll up their sleeves for a third vaccine dose after a Red Cross nurse was caught filling six vials with saline instead of vaccine substances.
8,500 Germans Asked to Take Third Vaccine Dose After Nurse Found Injecting Saline
A German Red Cross nurse injected more than 8,500 people with saline solution instead of COVID-19 injections, according to reports.  The news came as Sven Ambrosy, District Administrator for the Social Democrat Party in Lower...
Chinese spies have been trying to exploit the UK's BN(O) visa scheme, meant for Hongkongers, to gain access to the country.
Chinese Spies Attempt to Infiltrate UK Through Visa Program for Hongkongers
In July last year, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson introduced a new visa plan for BN(O) status holders after Beijing imposed the National Security Law in Hong Kong. The visa plan was launched in January...
Canadian writer Sheng Xue speaks about communist rule in China
Americans and Britons Sign Petitions to End Communist Rule in China, Bringing ‘Light to the Darkness’
According to surveys conducted over the past year, many of the world’s people view Beijing with an increasingly darkening attitude.  More than 1.2 million have signed a petition called ‘End the CCP’ in reference to...
British Government May Block China From Owning British Nuclear Power Plants
Recent news reports have revealed that British government ministers are considering various financing options regarding the Sizewell-C Nuclear Power Plant project in Suffolk to counteract the progressive ownership of vital British infrastructure by Chinese government-run...
Floods in China and the heatwave in North America might be linked to jet streams.
Are Jet Streams Behind North America’s Intense Heatwave and Floods in China and Germany?
In recent weeks, certain areas in North America, Europe, and China have been subjected to severe weather. The Western United States and Canada were hit by an intense heatwave that damaged roads and rail infrastructure,...
General view of the Bayer Chemical Plant on July 27, 2021 in Leverkusen, Germany. Chempark houses chemical giant Bayer, the company that founded the football team, by employees of the pharmaceutical firm.
German Chemical Plant Explosion Claims 2 Lives, 5 Still Missing and Presumed Dead, Dozens Injured
On Tuesday, July 27, an explosion at the Chempark industrial park, operated by Currenta and located in Leverkusen, Germany, tore through the complex. At least two employees were killed, and dozens of others were injured,...
Though HMS Queen Elizabeth will traverse through South China Sea, it isn't clear whether it will pass within the 12 mile limit of Beijing's artificial islands.
Will London Stand Up to China? HMS Queen Elizabeth Heading for Beijing’s Territorial Claims in South China Sea
The UK’s biggest warship HMS Queen Elizabeth and Carrier Strike Group are passing through the Singapore Strait. “It comes as the vessels head into the South China Sea having completed exercises with the Indian, Malaysian...
London aims to locate two warships permanently in the Asian region.
Britain Announces Permanent Warships in Asia Ahead of HMS Queen Elizabeth’s Visit to Japan, Tokyo Decouples Taiwan From China Map
On July 20, Britain declared that it would soon be deploying warships in Asian waters. The deployment would come after aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth and escort ships sail to Japan in September, traversing the...