Whistleblower warns baffling illness affects growing number of young adults in Canadian province

A whistleblower in the Canadian province of New Brunswick has warned that a progressive neurological illness that has baffled experts for more than two years appears to be affecting a growing number of young people and causing swift cognitive decline among some of the afflicted. Full story: Guardian

fear panic

dark room rows of desks flickering monitors a palpable buzz fear panic losing my place my desk gone too long away need to get back fear panic unseen I wander through endless offices no one sees a lost soul trying to find a reason to be my path fear panic my insecurities magnified by others... Continue Reading →

The Thirteenth Guest

If thirteen persons sit at table, one of them will die within the year; and all of them will be unhappy. Of all evil omens this is the worst. The facetious Dr. Kitchener used to observe that there was one case in which he believed that it was really unlucky for thirteen persons to sit... Continue Reading →

The Haunted Tram

Ghosts of The Towers, The Grange, The Court, Ghosts of the Castle Keep. Ghosts of the finicking, "high-life" sort Are growing a trifle cheap. But here is a spook of another stamp, No thin, theatrical sham, But a spectre who fears not dirt nor damp: He rides on a London tram. By the curious glance... Continue Reading →

Freedom of the press?

The media also plays a role in setting a perception of what is “normal”, according to Reicher. “[Research shows] that the media changes virtually nobody’s mind,” he said. “But it changes people’s belief about what others think.” Source: Guardian Newspaper article, 'Why Britons are tolerating sky-high Covid rates – and why this may not last'... Continue Reading →

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