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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 129

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. The Bishop of Paris, in tears, has told the French press that after the fear of their destruction, all 3 irreplaceable Rose Windows, considered the greatest medieval artwork still in existence, have survived. They took years to build in the 13th century. – Source

2. Nepalese army removes two tons of waste from Mt. Everest. – Source

3. California declared drought-free after more than 7 years, experiences beautiful super bloom. – Source

4. Utah bans Police from searching digital data without a warrant, closes fourth amendment loophole. – Source

5. Canadian woman finally meets her Australian pen pal after nearly 60 years of friendship. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. LEGO is running entirely on renewable energy three years ahead of schedule. – Source

7. Stephen Colbert donates $412,000 to NC disaster relief. – Source

8. Canadian who had a heart attack while jogging in Florida saved by a stranger from his hometown. – Source

9. Two years after a puppy was stolen in Florida, it was found abandoned in Colorado and returned to its family thanks to the pet’s microchip ID. – Source

10. Critically endangered kākāpō, the world’s fattest parrot has record breeding season: Just 147 adult kākāpō are alive today in their native New Zealand, but scientists hope their fortunes are turning around. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. India is now a world leader in renewable energy. – Source

12. MDMA reopens a ‘window in the brain’ that lets PTSD victims form new bonds and memories to overcome trauma, study suggests. – Source

13. British diver who helped rescue the Thai soccer team is himself rescued from a cave in Tennessee. – Source

14. Iraq’s oldest Christian town celebrates its first Easter without ISIS oppression. – Source

15. Experimental Ebola vaccine is 97.5% effective and saving lives in DR Congo, WHO reports. – Source

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  • Conflicted about #17 (anti-Vaxxers banned from raising $ on GFM):
    1. I’m a surgeon – am pro-vaccine & have little patience for these anti-vaxx fools.
    2. However… in the US, we’re all about free speech & liberty in thought; troubled at the idea of a group being “banned”.
    3. However, contradictory to my point in #2… freedom of speech is only a protection against prosecution by government. Private entities aren’t required to permit unlimited speech.
    Given the above 3 points, am conflicted about #17.
    Either way: get your vaccines & get your kids vaccinated. Traditional Childhood Vaccines are LITERALLY a hundred times safer than antibiotics. More recent vaccines aren’t supported by such strong data (flu, HPV, varicella), simply because they haven’t been around long enough. But my family gets the flu shot. My son got the varicella vaccine & he will get his HPV vaccines when he is older (especially since he isn’t circumcised, sorry that may be TMI, but I’m trying to educate people here).

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