Some short notes.

In Canada, Bill S-201 (2017) may have special implications for the PCR testing since it is a test for genetic material. Here’s the short description:

This enactment prohibits any person from requiring an individual to undergo a genetic test or disclose the results of a genetic test as a condition of providing goods or services to, entering into or continuing a contract or agreement with, or offering specific conditions in a contract or agreement with, the individual. Exceptions are provided for health care practitioners and researchers. The enactment provides individuals with other protections related to genetic testing and test results.

The enactment amends the Canada Labour Code to protect employees from being required to undergo or to disclose the results of a genetic test, and provides employees with other protections related to genetic testing and test results. It also amends the Canadian Human Rights Act to prohibit discrimination on the ground of genetic characteristics.

Bill S-201 (Historical)[2]

As the website notes, “[t]his bill has received Royal Assent and is now law“.

It is interesting to note that the definition of ‘genetic test’ in the bill[3] is:

genetic test means a test that analyzes DNA, RNA or chromosomes for purposes such as the prediction of disease or vertical transmission risks, or monitoring, diagnosis or prognosis. (test génétique)

Bill S-201[3]

Recall that the PCR test is used to analyze a human specimen for mRNA (which it converts to DNA in the analysis process) for the purposes of detecting the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Although designed to protect employees from coercive testing by employers, paragraph 3(1)(a) prevents anyone from denying you any good or service by requiring (proof of) genetic testing on your part.

Paragraph 3(1)(b) generalizes the protection to anyone being forced into any kind of an agreement. For example, a school cannot, as an option to a vaccination, require regular testing for the virus, either in the form of a PCR test or an antibody test (which tests part of your genetic material).

It also makes it illegal for anyone to ask you to disclose a test result. There are impressive penalties for those parties that might try to contravene the legislation.

Since a vaccination is not a genetic test, this legislation offers no protection against coercive inoculation.


Under the category Geophysics I have not included a topic on volcanoes although several sources that I monitor report on them. The volcanic island in the Azores named La Palma is on the watch list of all volcano watchers because a significant eruption has the potential to split the island dumping the western part into the Atlantic ocean. The resulting tsunami could send a several hundred foot-high wave of water at the eastern seaboard of North America.

A recent earthquake swarm indicates that magma is moving at depth and rising. We are not close to an eruption but things could quickly change[1]. Diamond of the Oppenheimer Ranch Project discusses this event in this video today:


  1. Staff. A Swarm Of 700 Earthquakes Rattles Canary Islands, Sparks Speculation Of Volcanic Eruption. ZeroHedge. September 15, 2021.
  2. Bill S-201 (Historical): Genetic Non-Discrimination Act. An Act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination. OpenParliament. March 8, 2017.
  3. Bill S-201: An Act to prohibit and prevent genetic discrimination. Canada Parliament. May 4, 2017.


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