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Hell hath no fury like a … wait… is there really a hell?
In this episode, we tackle the doctrine of Hell, and all the things associated with it. This is information that everyone should be acutely aware of, so be sure to tune in and get informed!
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Is a Mini Ice Age on the Way? Scientists Warn Sun Will “Go to Sleep” in 2030, Could Cause Temperatures to Plummet
A new study claims to have cracked predicting solar cycles – and says that between 2030 and 2040 solar cycles will cancel each other out.
This, they say, will lead to a phenomenon known as the ‘Maunder minimum’ – which has previously been known as a mini ice age when it hit between 1646 and 1715, even causing London’s River Thames to freeze over.
The new model of the Sun’s solar cycle is producing unprecedentedly accurate predictions of irregularities within the Sun’s 11-year heartbeat.
Predictions from the model suggest that solar activity will fall by 60 percent during the 2030s to conditions last seen during the ‘mini ice age’ that began in 1645, according to the results presented by Prof Valentina Zharkova at the National Astronomy Meeting in Llandudno.
When the VA scandal broke last year, Americans were understandably upset. The VA had been maintaining a secret list of veterans waiting for treatment, to hide the fact that they had such a severe backlog. When we first learned of this, it was discovered that 40 Veterans had died while waiting to see a doctor at the VA hospital in Phoenix. But since that time, it’s become abundantly clear that the problem is much worse than that.
Recently leaked documents have found that over 800,000 veterans are on the VA’s backlog, which began when they started their electronic health care enrollment in 1998. Of those people, an astonishing 238,000 have died without receiving VA treatment. The documents come from VA program specialist and whistleblower Scott Davis. The VA claims that the list is so large because they can’t remove former patients from the list. They’ve either died or moved on to other forms of healthcare like Medicaid or private insurance, or in some cases never completed their applications. But Davis disagrees, and doesn’t think VA would record an incomplete application.
“VA wants you to believe, by virtue of people being able to get health care elsewhere, it’s not a big deal. But VA is turning away tens of thousands of veterans eligible for health care…VA is making it cumbersome, and then saying, ‘See? They didn’t want it anyway.’” The documents also show that out of 17.4 million vets that have died, the date of death for 2.35 million of them wasn’t properly recorded. So just how bad is the VA health care system?