The former president appears before the criminal court of Paris from this Monday alongside his lawyer Thierry Herzog and the former high-ranking magistrate Gilbert Azibert in the case known as wiretapping, for “corruption and influence peddling”.
Three scientists demonstrate here in a masterly way that the coronavirus could be transmitted essentially by large sputters to the glass and to the plate during meals. They also explain how to protect oneself from it. Cross interview.
At the beginning of the 21st century, a Ukrainian scientist, Dr. Sergei Gorbenko, claimed to have discovered the remains of the Virgin Mary in the Basilica of Cléry-Saint-André, near Orléans. One more fake news?
The ploy of the envoy from heaven to save the kingdom of France was conceived by an exceptional woman: Yolande of Aragon, Duchess of Anjou, Queen of the Four Kingdoms. The operation was masterfully executed by another exceptional woman: the Pucelle d’Orléans.
No, Joan of Arc was not a shepherdess, no she did not die on a great pyre in Rouen, no she was not called d’Arc, but Joan the Virgin. To put an end to the fake news of the 15th century that our historians have been indiscriminately repeating ever since.
There is an ideological controversy over the wearing of the mask between supporters and opponents of this piece of cloth, which, we are told, is designed to “protect oneself and others”. What does science have to say about it?
Claude Vautrin’s latest book, Sept voyages initiatiques, published by Kaïros*, takes us to distant lands where the visible world and the invisible sphere meet. Journeys to better understand others and, therefore, to better know oneself. A must read.