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Monday, January 23, 2023

The Disturbing Precedent behind Dangerous COVID Shots

An incident from 100 years ago has a remarkable echo in the mRNA injection reality of today.  After radium's discovery by Marie and Pierre Curie in 1898, one of its commercial applications was in the production of radiant watches for seeing time in the dark.  The U.S. Radium Corporation (USRC) extracted radium from carnotite ore and produced luminous paints — first in Newark and later in Orange, New Jersey.  From 1917 to 1926, these paints were used to paint watch dials at the company's factory.  In her 2018 book The Radium Girls, Kate Moore goes beyond statistics and anecdotes to the original sources to bring the young women who painted these watch dials to life.........They were told that the paint was totally harmless..............To Read More...

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