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Learning from Cape Town’s countdown to "Day Zero:" How to survive without tap water


Learning from Cape Town’s countdown to “Day Zero:” How to survive without tap water Wednesday, February 28, 2018 by: David Williams badclimate , Cape Town , chaos , city life , Collapse , disaster , Drought , preparedness , survival , tap water , water , water conservation , water supply - (Natural News ) Maybe you’ve heard about certain drought-stricken cities or states in the U.S., and you’ve thought to yourself, it couldn’t possibly get any worse, right? Well, ...

COLLAPSE: Large city just days away from running out of water, turning off all water taps to residential households... massive PANIC and UNREST to follow


Water levels are decreasing at a rapid rate, and if this trend continues, then the city of Cape Town is prepared to declare Day Zero in less than three months. ... The region of South Africa is growing dryer and dryer with each passing year, so careful water management is a must for Cape Town. "...

South African brothers disappear with $3.6 billion worth of stolen bitcoin


A Cape Town law firm hired by investigators says it is unable to find Ameer and Raees Cajee, founders of Africrypt, the country’s largest cryptocurrency exchange. "...

Princeton says SCIENCE is racist and "gendered" because so many men pursue it... is anything safe from the libtards?


Thursday, December 13, 2018 by: Ethan Huff ableist , anti-male , anti-white , bad science , badscience , black , campus insanity , Catherine Clune-Taylor , classist , feminism , feminist , gender wars , gendered , ideology , Jerry Coyne , Liberal Mob , Libtards , people of color , Princeton , Princeton University , race wars , racism , racist , science , science clowns , sexist , stupid , University of Alberta , University of Cape Town , University of Chicago Bypass censorship ...

Geo-nocide: Geoengineering could cause malaria resurgence in tropical countries


Carlson and the new study’s senior author, Christopher Trisos, a senior researcher at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, published a commentary in the journal Nature Climate Change back in 2018 that hypothesized what has now been confirmed with their latest research. "...

Roobios tea - A history lesson


Sometimes called bush tea, redbush tea, or South African red tea, rooibos tea is grown in a small area of the Western Cape. ... Then in the 1700s, Cape Town became a very busy Dutch East India Company port town, and a starting point for all sorts of botanists, biologists, and other scientists and explorers wanting to have an adventure in the fynbos, the natural shrubland of vegetation along the Western Cape. "...

Sutherlandia or Cancer Bush of South Africa Aids in the Treatment of Wasting Diseases


Growing wild in the Western Cape and in the hills of Zululand, Sutherlandia assists the body in combating disease. ... An article published in a Cape Town newspaper on September 5, 2001 titled, "Time to look to our heritage for AIDS cure" suggested that "cancer bush is the most profound tonic that Africa can offer AIDS sufferers." "...

Mystery disease harms penguins


Meanwhile, tens of thousands of penguins on a series of remote islands near Cape Town, South Africa, are threatened by a recent shipwreck-induced oil spill. "...

South Africa goes into lockdown as the country struggles against coronavirus


According to the country’s health minister, both deaths occurred in the southern province of Western Cape, home to the city of Cape Town. "...

Killer whales are now removing and eating SHARK LIVERS with astonishing surgical precision


Experts inferred that pods of killer whales or orcas residing in the southern part of Cape Town might be responsible for the recent attacks. "...

Single-use plastics from Asian ships have been piling up on a remote South Atlantic beach since the '80s, warn scientists


“It’s inescapable that it’s from ships, and it’s not coming from land ,” said lead author Peter Ryan, director of the Percy Fitzpatrick Institute of African Ornithology at the University of Cape Town . ... Sources include: DailyMail.co.uk Phys.org PNAS.org Previous :Urban land development – not “climate change”– has resulted in shorter, more intense wet seasons in Florida - More news on badpollution Single-use plastics from Asian ships have been piling up on a remote South Atlantic ...

Something strange going on in Antarctica: COVID outbreak at fully vaxxed base soon after alleged Antarctic NWO meeting - One attendee tweeted: 'This will change everything... everything'


The IPF said that the first positive test was recorded on the 15 December, among a team that had arrived a few days earlier from Cape Town in South Africa. "...

Success Against HIV and Cancer in South Africa (Oleander Series Part 5)


The medical doctor in Cape Town who is using the mix for all his cancer patients has continued to have good results. ... The doctor in Cape Town whose own wife had metastasized cancer to the bones, is now cancer free. "...

Unrest surges in South Africa, which is rapidly becoming a failed state


An unrest map created through the PolicyLab website shows that all of the unrest is currently taking place in eastern South Africa, with Cape Town not reporting any violence or crime beyond the ordinary. "...

Astronauts train for Mars mission by living in inflatable greenhouses in the Dhofar desert


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Obesity leads to early death regardless of physical exercise ability, researchers find


In a recent editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, scientists from the University of California-Davis, University of Cape Town, Sports Science Institute of South Africa and Frimley Park Hospital in the United Kingdom, accuse fast food companies of using tactics similar to those of Big Tobacco to downplay the lethal effects of their products. "...

Scientists call out junk food companies that blame lack of exercise for their products' negative health effects


Fast food companies use tactics reminiscent of Big Tobacco in their efforts to convince people that exercise can make up for the effects of a terrible diet, according to a scorching editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine authored by scientists from the University of California-Davis, University of Cape Town and Sports Science Institute of South Africa and Frimley Park Hospital in the United Kingdom. "...

British doctors admit saturated fats are vital for good health, help naturally lower cholesterol without drugs


"Focusing on an elevated blood cholesterol concentration as the exclusive cause of coronary heart disease is unquestionably the worst medical error of our time," says Timothy Noakes, a professor at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. "...

Benefit from the Natural Health of Bananas


The Dali Medical Centre in Cape Town, South Africa reputedly uses bananas with soy milk and herbs to treat cataracts as well. "...

Dutch authorities confirm 14 omicron-positive passengers from South Africa were fully vaccinated


More than 600 passengers were able to board two flights by Dutch air carrier KLM from Johannesburg and Cape Town on Nov. 26. "...