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Crocodile People, Martian Angels, Angry Druids and More Mysterious News Briefly — December 21, 2020 | Brazil President Bolsonaro Has a Bizarre Warning About Covid-19 Vaccine: ‘If You Turn into Alligator…’

Source: Paul Seaburn December 21, 2020 | Mysterious News Briefly — December 21, 2020

Crocodile People, Martian Angels, Angry Druids and More Mysterious News Briefly — December 21, 2020

Paul Seaburn December 21, 2020 | Mysterious News Briefly — December 21, 2020

Vice President Mike Pence announced that members of the Space Force, whose motto is Semper Supra or Always Above, will be called Guardians to distinguish them from the U.S. Air Force’s Airmen. All the Space Force Guardians need now to cement their existence in the minds of Americans is their own action movie starring Tom Hanks.

Plants have a circadian clock like humans that governs their actions over a 24-hour period, but a new study finds that, also like humans, plants can be early birds or night owls and that knowledge can help farmers plant crops according to latitude, seasons and climate. Here’s a point to ponder – are coffee plants natural night owls or is it all that caffeine that’s keeping them awake?

If you’re willing to get close enough to one, a study by the University of Roehampton and the University of Sydney found that kangaroos use gazes to communicate with humans in the same manner as dogs, horses and many domesticated animals. If you’re gazing into the eyes of a ‘roo looking for communication, you need to try online dating.

A 5,000-year-old fragment of cedar wood, one of only three artifacts ever recovered from inside Egypt’s Great Pyramid, was found in a cigar tin at Scotland’s Abeer Eladany university that had been misplaced for over 70 years. A consequence of the school’s first smoking ban?

Beaches in New South Wales and Queensland have been covered with deep blankets of sea foam that look like nature’s way of providing a rave during the pandemic shutdown of clubs – until you wade in and find it loaded with Australia’s 32 species of venomous sea snakes. ‘Foam clouds of venomous sea snakes’ – is your 2020 bingo card filled yet?

In the Movile cave in southeast Romania, a hostile location filled with poisonous gases, scientists has discovered a 2-inch (52 mm) long troglobiont (underground) centipede they named Cryptops speleorex, which means ‘king of the cave’. Being king of a hot, humid cave filled with sulfide, methane, ammonia and other toxic gases is the best 2020 can do for good news.

Two independent groups of researchers have confirmed the existence of anyons – formerly theoretical particle-like objects that only exist in two dimensions and only at temperatures near absolute zero and in the presence of a strong magnetic field – making them the third particle in the universe, joining fermions and bosons. Not surprisingly, response to the two-dimensional discovery has been flat.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro warned his citizens that his government is not responsible if the coronavirus vaccine turns them into crocodiles. What about if it turns reptilians into humans? (Asking for a strange friend.)

It’s Christmas on Mars as a recent photo sent back by the ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft shows the image of a winged angel complete with a halo on the ground at the planet’s south pole. Great … now the Mars spaceships need to add cargo space for presents for Martians.

Senior druid King Arthur Pendragon is criticizing the English Heritage ban on people celebrating  the Winter Solstice at Stonehenge because “You can’t get more Covid secure than you can in the middle of the field.” Does he feel the same way about the druid treatment of blood-letting instead of a vaccine?
Brazil President Bolsonaro Has a Bizarre Warning About Covid-19 Vaccine: 'If You Turn into Alligator...'

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Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro has said that he will not need the Covid-19 vaccine since he has already had coronavirus and therefore, Covid-19 antibodies as well.
According to Brazilian media, UOL, Bolsonaro also warned those planning to take the Covid-19 vaccine in the country that if they turn into alligators or grow beards post-inoculation, then it is their problem.
Bolsonaro was speaking at a public event in Porto Seguro in Brazil. The video of his speech, which has now gone viral on social media, was also shared on Twitter by journalist Samuel Pancher.
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At the event, Bolsonaro said that many have reprimanded him for setting a bad example by refusing to take the Covid-19 vaccine. To them, the President said that he did not need to, since he had already been infected with the coronavirus.
On this note, it needs to be mentioned that cases of coronavirus reinfection have been reported in Brazil.
In the video, UOL claims that Bolsonaro also took a jibe at American pharmaceutical company Pfizer for not taking responsibility for the side effects of the vaccine. The Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech has become the first in the world to be approved for emergency use - first in the UK, followed by US.
Earlier this month, Reuters reported that Brazil was eyeing a deal with Pfizer for delivery of 70 million jabs for its people. However, Reuters also reported that Pfizer was encountering difficulty in registering its COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use in Brazil due to the level of detail required by the regulator, according to Brazilian Health Minister Eduardo Pazuello.
UOL also claims that Bolsonaro said that if people turn into alligators or if men start speaking in thin voices and women grow beards after taking the Covid-19 vaccine, then it will be their problem because Pfizer will not be liable.
This is not the first time Bolsonaro has spoken against Covid-19 vaccination in public. In November this year, reports quoted him saying that he won't take the coronavirus vaccine and he has every right to refuse it if he wants.
He has also repeatedly said that no Brazilian will be forced to take the coronavirus vaccine unless they want to -- a decision that puts him at odds with the Brazil court. AFP also reported that Brazil Supreme Court ruled that people could be “required, but not forced” by civil authorities to be vaccinated.
In July this year, Bolsonaro tested positive for coronavirus and went into self-isolation. He had suffered mild symptoms only, he had said. The Brazilian president has frequently downplayed the virus, which has already claimed over 1.8 lakh lives in the country, and he also once called it a "little flu."

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