900 children at risk after possible faulty vaccines in Ocean County

900 children at risk after possible faulty vaccines in Ocean County
About 900 children may have received ineffective vaccines for chickenpox, rubella, mumps, measles and other diseases through a free or low-cost vaccine program in Ocean County and may need to be revaccinated.
The state Department of Health issued a warning Monday that vaccines given to children at Southern Ocean Pediatrics and Family Medicine in Manahawkin were not stored properly at the right temperatures, which possibly reduced their effectiveness.
Children at risk were vaccinated at the Manahawkin provider through the Vaccines for Children, a federally funded, state-operated program that provides 1.6 million free or low-cost vaccines to eligible low-income children in New Jersey.

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NaturalNews: Irish teen girls taking on Gardasil manufacturers after suffering from long-term injuries caused by the faulty vaccines

Irish teen girls taking on Gardasil manufacturers after suffering from long-term injuries caused by the faulty vaccines
(NaturalNews) Teen girls and their mothers in Ireland are setting an example for how to build an influential movement to fight back against a mainstream vaccine consensus that pushes the dangerous human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine on girls as young as eleven.
The support group REGRET (Reactions and Effects of Gardasil Resulting in Extreme Trauma) has garnered significant media attention, support from major politicians, and has even had one member file a lawsuit seeking to have the license for an HPV vaccine revoked.
HPV is not a single virus, but rather a large family of related viruses. Most HPV viruses are completely innocuous, while a few varieties lead to genital warts and some can play a role in the development of cervical cancer. Two vaccines have been approved for HPV: Merck’s Gardasil, which protects against two strains blamed for 70 percent of cervical cases, and GlaxoSmithKline’s Cervarix, which protects against those strains plus two others blamed for 90 percent of genital warts.

The life and death of Buran, the USSR shuttle built on faulty assumptions

The life and death of Buran, the USSR shuttle built on faulty assumptions

After concluding the US Shuttle was a weapons platform, the USSR wanted its own.

  by       –    Sept 23 2013, 12:00am +0300

Just before dawn on the morning of November 15, 1988, the mood at Baikonur, the Soviet Union’s launch site, was tense and businesslike. It was a cold morning marked by low cloud cover, a persistent drizzle, and warnings of gale force winds. It was a terrible day for a launch.


But on the pad stood the Energiya rocket, fueled and ready to carry the Buran space shuttle orbiter on its maiden flight. A thin layer of ice coating both vehicles threatened to postpone the event, though no one on site wanted to see the spacecraft stay on the pad. A scrubbed launch could delay Buran’s debut until the spring—or even deal a death blow to the whole program. Weighing the odds, Soviet space officials decided to take their chances. At 8:00am local time, exactly on schedule, Energiya roared to life and Buran took flight.

The next morning, half a world away in the United States, American reports on the mission focused as much on Buran’s similarity to NASA’s space shuttle as on the flight itself. The Soviet design seems indebted to NASA, newspapers proclaimed, citing experts’ opinions that there were few, if any, fundamental differences between the spacecraft. This sentiment has persisted in the general public’s mind for the nearly 30 years since Buran flew.

There’s certainly truth to reports that the Soviets copied the American shuttle, but the two vehicles aren’t identical. And while imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, this wasn’t what the Soviets had in mind when they decided to build a space shuttle of their own.