World’s first 3D printed school in Madagascar

Nonprofit organization Thinking Huts wants to build the world’s first 3D-printed teaching institution in Madagascar, collaborating with established organizations and local workers. The school building will feature modular, honeycomb-shaped units powered by solar energy. The school’s hybrid design is said to cost half the amount of conventional construction costs by combining efficient 3D printing technology […]

EU declares AstraZeneca’s experimental jab safe

The European Union’s medicines regulator declared the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 jab, which is still undergoing clinical trials, as safe to use following its suspension in several EU countries that reported blood clots in some patients who received the vaccine. While the vaccine distributor received the green light to continue its rollout in EU countries that approved […]

Dutch police violently assault peaceful protestors

Are freedom and human rights just an illusion in developed countries? People are beaten, arrested, silenced, fined, and oppressed for protesting questionable COVID restrictions. Why are people’s voices being suppressed? About 2,000 people protested the Dutch government’s COVID-19 lockdown regulations at The Hague last Sunday. What started as a peaceful protest of civilians repudiating vaccines, […]