While I was watching Moet’s tv, I found a possible mistaken talk about Lewandowski, Poland national football team. She said the reason for Huawei’s cancel of the contract with the football player was his support of Russia. All the other media said just the opposite. Most probably Moet jumped to the wrong conclusion in the context of Ukraine as laundering route to be used for China by Huawei. So Ukraine should not have been invaded by Russia. If this be true as Moet said, Lewandowski’s support of Russia would hamper Huawei’s dealings with Ukraine. This would be an interesting perception. That’s why she might have jumped to this idea.
However, it should be inconceivable for Polish Lewandowski to support illegal invader Russia.
This reminded me of my interest in check “fact” chore of trying to reach the source.
In my early forties, a chain message that a young boy named Craig had three months or so to live. Since it was a chain mail, I thought it might not be true. However, for some reason I was interested in the story. I flew to New York and found the story in New York Times at the city library. Now you know how stupid I am to go to NYC for such a trifle matter.
At one time I wrote an article on US election system triggered by a minor mistake I found in Takashi Kakuma’s article at “English Education”(英語教育) . I wrote where the author made his mistake. My article was published there 1985 Oct. issue 大修館
Takashi Kakuma 1936/09/27- 2008/05/14, international journalist.
Just recently I found another minor mistake in Keiko Kawazoe’s video on Svalbard Global Seed Vault. She said that Bent Skovmand, Norwegian botanist, had received Noble Peace Prize for his work to establish the Seed Vault (He died before the Vault completed). I checked the list of the winners but failed to find him there.
However, there are stories and comments referring to his Nobel Peace Prize. Most probably the writer of his biography or reviewer of the book might have misunderstood and wrote it.
The following has nothing to do with writer’s mistakes. However the discovery of mRNA vaccine could change to a DNA in human body should be “breaking news” so I presume the news from Sweden would be widespread now and hereafter. I checked the source. The story was true but at this time, nobody knows what it will bring about to those who took the vaccine. Whether the same thing could happen in human body or not, it will take a long time to know. So we have to be cautious about the possible exaggerated stories.
Based on this study, is there any reason to not get vaccinated?
MR: There is no reason for anyone to change their decision to take the vaccine based on this study.