Kamala Harris Calls Unvaccinated “Dirty Trump People”

imageThe 25-minute call began with Harris bemoaning “Trump supporters refusing to get vaccinated” and blaming the alleged spread the of Delta and now Omicron Covid-19 variants on Donald J. Trump and his “gang of dirty people.”

“Donald Trump soiled this country, and it’s our responsibility to correct the path. Covid is Trump’s fault; we must press that hard. We must keep him from going into the 2024 primaries. We have other people working other attack angles, but we cannot let Biden or me take blame for even a single fatality.

GOP Rep. @Devin_Nunes to leave Congress to become CEO of President Trump’s new media & tech company.

Read the full statement by TMTG here (https://t.me/real_DonaldJTrump/14301).
Congressman Devin G. Nunes, Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee, to Join Trump Media & Technology Group as Chief Executive Officer

Bacteria’s Eyes and Ears

imageModern researchers are learning that bacteria are not a simple form of life. Rather, a bacterium is a tremendously complex creature that thinks. Scientists have discovered that bacteria actually have molecule-sized sensors. Some of these sensors act as eyes, while others act as ears. A dozen other proteins have been discovered that receive the information gathered by the bacteria’s “eyes” and “ears.” The collected information is then processed the same way your brain gathers and makes sense of information.

Bacteria have specialized senses and a brain. In fact, bacteria are better at sensing some things than you and I are. A bacterium can, for example, sense the difference between two parts and one part in 10,000. This is the same as if you could tell the difference between one jar with 9,999 pennies and another jar with 10,000 pennies!

The idea that bacteria are just “simple” forms of life comes from evolution. Growing research is showing that even one-celled creatures are not simple at all. Think of it. Every single-celled bacterium must accomplish, within that one cell, all the tasks we accomplish using the trillions of cells in our bodies. Eating, digestion, metabolism, waste removal, reproduction – and even thinking – all take place within a single cell! There is no such thing as a simple form of life.

Science certainly argues against the idea that life began by accident.


Xenobots: Cell-Based Living Robots That Can Self-Replicateimage

Swarms of tiny living robots have discovered the ability to self-replicate, i.e. reproduce, through the process of gathering single cells and assembling them together to form new organisms, through a unique process not seen until now in plants or animals, scientists say.