Climate change and climate denialism is a hot topic these days with people terrified of what the future might hold. The more we learn about how robots will take over, it becomes less likely that our fears won’t come to fruition. As technology progresses rapidly, this seems more and more feasible
The “how covid-19 has changed business” is a story about how the term ‘climate change’ was replaced to robots forcibly vaccinating people. The article also goes on to talk about how this new technology is going to be used in other ways, such as for crowd control and military purposes.
The world of journalism is complicated, and fake news and photographs are often disseminated on social media. Every week, the editorial staff at Blasting News identifies the most common hoaxes and incorrect information to help you distinguish truth from untruth. Here are some of the most widely circulated misleading statements this week, none of which are true.
“Climate change” hasn’t been supplanted by “climate crisis” yet.
False claim: According to a tweet, the phrase “climate change” is being replaced by “climate crisis” since there is no scientific evidence that the climate has altered in recent decades. “Did you know they can’t call it ‘climate change’ anymore?” Because the environment hasn’t altered in the previous two decades for the worse.
Instead, they use a fear-based phrase like ‘climate crisis,’ so you remain scared and they keep in power,” according to the article.
- The phrase “climate change” is still extensively used in the scientific community, despite what the viral article implies.
- A research published in the journal Environmental Research Letters on October 19, 2021, analyzing almost 90,000 publications on the issue, found that over 99.9% of the articles believe climate change is a reality and is mostly driven by people, demonstrating the present scientific consensus on the matter.
- Scientific studies published in recent years by organizations such as the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) show that each of the last four decades has been the warmest on record, that the temperature of the oceans has been steadily rising, and that the melting of the polar ice caps, as well as the rise in sea level, have all accelerated.
Did you know it’s no longer permissible to refer to it as “Climate Change”? Because the environment hasn’t altered in the previous two decades for the worse. Instead, they use a fear-based phrase like “climate crisis” to keep you fearful and keep them in charge. Don’t be deceived.
October 31, 2021 — Joel Brown (@IamJoelBrown)
Tapachula’s migrant caravan isn’t quite as big as Minneapolis’.
False claim: Twitter users shared a tweet by the United States of America.
Hundreds of thousands of migrants are prepared to breach the border between Mexico and the United States, according to Representative Mary Miller, a Republican from Illinois. The Republican representative tweeted, “The Biden-Harris caravan is the population of Minneapolis and will enter our nation with no screening, no criminal background checks, no COVID testing, and no vaccine requirements.”
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- Minneapolis has a population of roughly 430,000 people, according to the United States Census Bureau.
- According to press sources, the caravan, which began in the city of Tapachula near the Mexico-Guatemala border, is made up of between 2,000 and 4,000 migrants, including as many as 1,000 children.
The Biden-Harris caravan is the size of Minneapolis, and it will enter the country without screening, criminal background checks, COVID testing, or vaccination requirements. https://t.co/63e5dOUfxI
On October 23, 2021, Congresswoman Mary Miller (@RepMaryMiller) tweeted:
There is no warrant for Pope Francis’ arrest.
False claim: Facebook users in Italy have circulated an unsubstantiated news piece saying that Pope Francis has been given an arrest warrant for crimes against humanity by an international court.
- On November 1, 2021, the information given on social media was first published on the Murder by Decree website. The International Common Law Court of Justice, according to the website, issued the claimed arrest order (ICLCJ). The International Court of Justice for Church and State (ICLCJ), which is affiliated to the International Tribunal for Church and State Crimes (ITCCS), has no legal validity.
- According to the United Church of Canada’s regional council, Kevin Annett, a former pastor who was expelled from his ministry in 1997 for disseminating conspiracy theories, founded both ICLCJ and ITCCS. Murder by Decree, on the other hand, is related to both groups.
In Israel, the Covid vaccine has not resulted in an increase in the frequency of heart attacks.
False claim: Two persons say in a video that Israeli authorities have lately begun utilizing a fleet of motorbikes equipped with defibrillators to rescue an increasing number of people who have heart attacks after taking the COVID-19 vaccination.
- Israel’s Ministry of Health stated to the Brazilian fact-checking firm Aos Fatos that the information given in the video is inaccurate.
- The bikes and defibrillators referenced in the film, contrary to what is alleged in the movie, have been utilized by Magen David Adom, Israel’s national emergency medical and disaster service, since long before the country’s COVID-19 vaccination distribution began.
- The Israeli Ministry of Health also said that the frequency of incidents of heart attacks among young people has not increased after the government began immunizing against COVID-19.
South Korea (South Korea)
It is incorrect to believe that a robot was created to forcefully give immunizations.
False claim: South Korean social media users have posted a video with the allegation that it depicts a robot that is meant to forcefully deliver vaccinations to people.
“Robot with a booster shot. If you reject the vaccination, you will be shot dead right away. Robot armies have taken over the United States and the rest of the planet “reads some of the postings’ captions.
- The video that seems to depict a robot administering a vaccination into a person at his home was first uploaded on the Chinese social media site QQ on May 30, 2021, according to a reverse image search.
- Lin Gao-qing, a person who defines himself on social media as “an obscure special effects blogger,” posted the post.
- Lin Gao-qing has more movies containing photos of computer-generated robots on his account.
A picture of an AstraZeneca vaccination packaging from July 2018 has been doctored.
False claim: Social media users in Spain and Latin America have posted a photograph purporting to show a carton of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine with the production date “2018.07.05” printed on the side.
The picture, according to the posters, is evidence that the epidemic was premeditated.
- The picture was first published on Twitter in November 2020, in tweets announcing that the AstraZeneca vaccine was available, according to a reverse image search. However, there is no production date marked on the box in the picture. The date was added to the photograph that is currently spreading on social media.
- In December 2020, the UK Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) granted the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine its first approval.
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