As dust-laden winds from the Sahara fly over Europe again this week, analyses carried out by the Association for the Control of Radioactivity (ACRO) show that they contain residues of radioactive pollution dating back to France’s atomic bomb tests in the 1960s.
Appeared one year ago, the coronavirus has made big damages, sanitary, economic, political in all the countries. However, it has opened our eyes to the disorders of the world and the fragility of Humanity.
It is an exceptional collection without equivalent in Europe of nearly 2,000 pieces exhibited for the first time in France. These often unique objects from the Soviet secret services belong to a private collection.
The association of traditional medicine and scientific medicine sometimes gives exceptional results as explained here by Dr Jean-Michel Wendling, occupational health specialist, member of the Scientific Council and citizen of the city of Strasbourg and scientific consultant for Frenchdailynews.com.
Three scientists are analyzing the different clusters in different countries around the world. Fruits and vegetables, a source that may have been responsible for the spread of the virus. They explore the solutions and propose 4 precautions to prevent it.
“Vitamin D could be of invaluable help in the fight against COVID 19,” says Dr. Jean-Michel Wendling, an occupational health prevention specialist in Strasbourg, France, a consultant for infodujour.fr.
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.
Pascal Mensah, Stéphane Odasso and Jean-Michel Wendling* state that the risk of “aerosol” contamination is unlikely. The source of contamination is elsewhere. It is twofold: dirty hands towards the mouth or eyes and big sputters towards the glass and the plate. Explanations and cross-maintenance.
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.