SCIENCE/HEALTH/CLIMATE/NATURE

Sep 11 09:49

Blood group 'link to memory loss'

People with AB blood, found in 4% of the population, appear more likely to develop thinking and memory problems than those with other blood groups.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I have a rare blood type, but can't remember what it is!

:)

Sep 11 09:32

How the Misuse of Antibiotics Can Make You Sicker

by Dr. K.J. McLaughlin

There was a time when you could go to your healthcare provider and get a prescription for antibiotic drugs if you had an infection in your lungs, throat, skin, or gastrointestinal or genital tract.

These infections would clear up after a week and everything would work as usual.

This all changed several decades ago when there were infections appearing that would normally clear up with the standard, broad-spectrum antibiotic drugs—but they weren’t...

Sep 11 09:20

Seeing Through The ISIS Script...No Cigar!

By L. Reichard White

September 11, 2014

Maybe it started with The Wizard of Oz, but it’s gotten completely out of hand. First there was al-Qaeda (“The Base“), apparently a name invented by the U.S. Justice Department to link a series of attacks to Osama bin Laden. But this newest ISIS franchise, conveniently billed as “too violent for al-Qaeda,” has taken off and its popularity makes “Breaking Bad” look like a Jr. High School class play. In rural Wyoming.

But the script needs some patching.

Sep 11 08:43

Lawsuit Seeks to Remove GMO Voter Initiative From Maui County Ballot

A group of Maui County residents and organizations are suing in an attempt to stop a county voter initiative to ban GMO farming from appearing on the November ballot.

The Molokai Chamber of Commerce and a group called Citizens Against the Maui County Farming Ban filed the lawsuit on Friday in 2nd Circuit Court along with seven individuals.

The defendants include Maui County Clerk Danny Mateo and Hawaii Office of Elections Chief Scott Nago. Rex Quidilla, spokesman for the state Office of Elections, said the agency had no comment on pending litigation. Mateo could not be reached for comment.

Sep 11 06:30

X-Class Solar Flares Hurl Two Coronal Mass Ejections Towards Earth

Sunspot AR2058 has erupted twice in the last few hours and the resultant coronal mass ejections are heading our way. Forecasters from NOAA predict they will hit before the weekend but have not yet said precisely when, or what, if any the effects will be.

Sep 11 06:24

‘Extreme’ solar storm heading towards Earth

A solar storm, which registers "extreme" on forecasters' scale, is barreling towards the Earth.

It is yet to be known when the highly-charged ejecta from a solar eruption, which took place on Wednesday, will strike the Earth.

Tom Berger, director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder, Colorado, said, "There's been a giant magnetic explosion on the sun." "Because it's pointed right at us, we'll at least catch some of the cloud" of highly energized and magnetized plasma that can disrupt Earth's magnetic sphere, which sometimes leads to temporary power grid problems.

Sep 11 06:09

Earth directed X1.6 Flare and Super Large double CME from Sun. Large Quakes Possible. Direct hit September 12th

We have an Earth Directed double CME of a long duration that will be hitting the Earth on September 12th 2014.

I have done lots of research on flares and CME impacting the Earth in history and Earthquakes. The last time we had an impact from an X-flare (that was only a partial one) was March 9th 2011. March 11th 2011 was the Japanese quake. I have found that within 48 hours there are large quakes from impacts and some quakes are immediate. We have not had a full direct hit as this.

Sep 11 05:37

Huge solar storm barrelling towards earth

A powerful solar flare blasting its way towards Earth could wreak havoc with communications and power systems in the coming days.

Scientists have warned that the 'extreme' solar storm could affect power grids, satellites and radio transmissions when the flare arrives at the Earth's surface.

But they said they are not 'scared of this one', as the worst of its power looks like it will barely skim above the planet and not cause many problems.

Sep 11 03:22

PLEASE READ: If People Were Countries.....

If People Were Countries.....
(or, how to avert nuclear war, public or private)

remember, everyone, when things get heated, to CALM DOWN.

there is a point in any conflictual communication where one feels one absolutely must raise one's (virtual) voice, lose one's cool; where not to do so is a detriment to oneself and the meaning in one's life.

soon as the emotional barbs are answered in kind, one might as well give up. 'Innocent until proven guilty' -- how one feels and where one draws the line of acceptable stretching of the truth is not as important.

-- 'to protect my honor' or to 'back up my principles' or 'to protect' others -- worse, to 'not lose face' --

these are the game changers, the seemingly unique and rare set of events that will suddenly convince a large number of people to get involved, people who steadfastly opposed getting involved up to that point.

sound familiar?

Sep 10 19:28

Want Fries With That? Nuclear Waste-Eating Bacteria Discovered

Scientists at the University of Manchester may have found a novel way to dispose of nuclear waste: unleash bacteria that love to devour it.

The bacteria don’t seem to have a name yet, but the researchers group them with “extremophile” bacteria, which live in environments once thought to be uninhabitable. In fact, bacteria that devour waste aren’t new: What’s new is that the waste these bacteria eat is radioactive.

Sep 10 17:59

Changing from GMO to Non-GMO Soy in Denmark: Healthier, more productive pigs, more profit, and much less birth deformities

I had read about the effects that GM feed has on rats in lab experiments (see [1] GM Soya Fed Rats: Stunted, Dead, or Sterile, SiS 33), so I decided to change the feed from GM to non-GM soy in April 2011 without telling the herdsman on the farm. Two days afterwards, he said to me: “You have changed the food.” He always notices whenever there is any problem with the feed and tells me. This time was different. Something very good was happening with the food as the pigs were not getting diarrhoea any more. The farm was saving 2/3 of the medicine or £7.88 per sow; not just my farm but three other farms in Denmark that switched from GMO to non GMO feed have also seen the same. Medication after the changeover in the weaners barn also went down dramatically by 66 %, with one type of antibiotics not being used since.

The sows have higher milk production; we can tell because the sows are suckling 1, 2 or 3 more piglets and have more live born pigs, on average 1.8 piglets more per sow. They wean 1,8 pigs more pr. litter, and have more live born pigs. We have seen a certain aggressive diarrhoea disappear altogether that affected young piglets in the first week of life, killing up to 30 % of the pigs.

Sep 10 16:12

Martial law: Sierra Leone orders citizens to stay confined to homes for three days to combat Ebola spread

Increasingly, as the Ebola virus continues to spread and kill, authorities in Africa are becoming more authoritarian in their attempts to contain the deadly disease — steps that look eerily similar to those imposed on Americans in the days following the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and which could be imposed again were Ebola to make it to the U.S.

Sep 10 15:43

Model shows how Ebola will spread: “It only takes one infected individual making it through an airport checkpoint”

Health officials around the world are scrambling to contain the Ebola virus with many, including the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization, now preparing for its eventual escape out of West Africa.

Sep 10 15:34

Use your EBT card to buy pot

IT IS AMAZING WHAT YOU CAN BUY TODAY WITH A WELFARE CARD AS MEDICAL MARIJUANA HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE MIX IN SOME STATES

Sep 10 15:17

Scientists: ‘Extreme’ solar storm heading to Earth

Scientists say an extreme solar flare is blasting its way to Earth and could mess up some power grids, satellites and radio transmissions.

Sep 10 14:06

Feds force public schools to accept illegal children without medical screenings

The Obama administration has sent none of these children home. Instead, federal officials have chosen to set aside normal immigration practices and to allow this wave of young illegal immigrants to apply for green cards via asylum applications and to disperse across the country. -- With school now in session, these kids have enrolled in public schools nationwide.

Sep 10 13:32

CDC Whistleblower: This Is the Real Smoking Gun

So Gerberding, the head of the CDC, knew there "were problems." She knew Thompson was telling her there was a causal connection between the MMR vaccine and autism.

That's what Thompson meant when he wrote to her: "problematic results relating to statistical associations between the receipt of MMR vaccine and autism."

Gerberding is now president of Merck Vaccines.

Do you know what vaccine Merck manufactures?

The MMR.

Sep 10 13:21

Canadian city of Calgary struggles with late summer snowfall

The Canadian city of Calgary, Alberta, home to much of the country’s oil and gas industry, suffered through a late-summer snowfall on Wednesday that snarled traffic, downed trees and cut power to dozens of neighborhoods.

Sep 10 13:19

30 Million Americans On Antidepressants And 21 Other Facts About America’s Endless Pharmaceutical Nightmare

Has there ever been a nation more hooked on drugs than the United States? And I am not just talking about illegal drugs – the truth is that the number of Americans addicted to legal drugs is far greater than the number of Americans addicted to illegal drugs. As you will read about below, more than 30 million Americans are currently on antidepressants and doctors in the U.S. wrote more than 250 million prescriptions for painkillers last year. Sadly, most people got hooked on these drugs very innocently.

Sep 10 12:26

Confirmed: Bacteria From Bees Possible Alternative to Antibiotics

Not just a possible alternative - but totally a preferable alternative to antibiotics whenever possible. People are already using this incredible healing substance without having needed a nod of approval from researchers.

Sep 10 11:49

5 ways you pay more for health insurance

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Workers with solo coverage now pay an average of $1,081 in annual premiums, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation/Health Research & Educational Trust report released Wednesday. That's up a whopping 8.1% from a year ago.

Looking at health care costs today versus a decade ago is telling. Not only are workers paying more in premiums, they are picking up more of the tab at the doctor's office and pharmacy. This is one way that companies are keeping premium hikes under control.

Sep 10 09:40

Nuclear Conspiracies And Pacific Radiation

Richard Wilcox, PhD
Activist Post

According to a reliable source here in Tokyo, many people on the SNS (“Social Network System,” Facebook etc.) in Japan are talking about the rash of dengue fever cases whose supposed origin is in the famous "Yoyogi Park." ...

While speculation about controversial topics in the SNS sphere should be taken with a large grain of salt, there is a theory that the government has used the dengue scare to shut down Yoyogi Park in order to block what was supposed to be a “huge” September 27, anti-nuclear protest. Before you laugh and shout “conspiracy theory” (although you might be right in this case) read on....

Sep 10 08:45

Las Vegas Boy Scout gunshot death ruled suicide

The 12-year-old Las Vegas Boy Scout who died from a gunshot wound during a late June camping trip to San Diego committed suicide, medical examiner documents show.

William Grey Shook was taking medication for depression at the time of his death, the San Diego medical examiner’s report said.

Sep 10 08:43

PTSD On The Rise In Poverty-Stricken American Cities

Some citizens of violent American neighborhoods are developing post-traumatic stress disorder, a new report from ProPublica finds. Los Angeles, Detroit, New Orleans and other large cities suffer from violence on a regular basis, with no escape for those affected, putting intense stress on children and adults

Sep 10 08:24

Guatemala rejects 'Monsanto Law' that would have given multinational seed companies control over agriculture

New legislation dubbed the "Monsanto Law" has been roundly rejected by activist groups and citizens in Guatemala, who argue that it has put the nation's food security and farm economy in jeopardy.

The law, formerly called "Law for the Protection of New Plant Varieties," was approved by the Guatemalan congress June 10, but has been widely panned since. Supporters say it is designed to protect the intellectual property of plant breeders who were deemed to have "created" or "discovered" new plant varieties, or who have genetically modified existing varieties.

The law effectively permits "breeders" -- which are typically biotech giants like Monsanto -- to obtain property rights over the use of plant varieties, in the form of both plants and seeds.

Sep 10 08:05

These People Reversed Diabetes In 30 Days With One Simple Change

by Joe Martino

Diabetes is one of the most rampant diseases of our time. According to the American Diabetes Association, in 2012, 29.1 million Americans, or 9.3% of the population, had diabetes.

According to the current mainstream approach, the major goal in treating diabetes is to minimize any elevation of blood sugar (glucose) without causing abnormally low levels of blood sugar. Type 1 diabetes is treated with insulin, exercise, and a diabetic diet. Type 2 diabetes is treated first with weight reduction, a diabetic diet, and exercise. Currently the belief is “Diabetes is a chronic disease that has no cure. – The American Diabetes Association.

But what if we could not only prevent diabetes before it happened, but also reverse it once it shows up?

6 test subjects did just this...

Sep 10 07:25

NATO intends to prohibit Russia’s and China’s Development

The glitzy NATO summit in Newport has not publicly announced major decisions but it is likely that they were taken in secret. To prevent Russia and China - but also India - from continuing their development, NATO can count on Terrorism from the Islamic Emirate which it pretends to condemn and fight.

Moreover, contrary to its name, NATO is not an alliance of equals, but a subjugation of partner armies by the United States and the United Kingdom. Indeed, all member armies of this supposed "alliance" are under the command of a single US officer who is also commander of American forces in Europe-while the secret service of NATO, the "Gladio", under the joint authority of Washington and London, ensures that the anti-imperialists never come to power in the other Member States [2]. To do this, NATO has not skimped on political killings, nor even coups (in France [3], Italy, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey).

Sep 10 07:10

The End of Fracking Is Closer Than You Think

Working with the Post Carbon Institute, a sustainability think-tank, Hughes meticulously analyzed industry data from 65,000 US shale oil and natural gas wells that use the much-ballyhooed extraction method of hydraulic fracturing, colloquially known as fracking. The process involves drilling horizontally as well as vertically, and then pumping a toxic cocktail of pressurized water, sand, and chemicals deep underground in order to break apart the rock formations that hold deposits of oil and gas.

Hughes found that the production rates at these wells decline, on average, 85 percent over three years.

"Typically, in the first year there may be a 70 percent decline," Hughes told VICE News. "Second year, maybe 40 percent; third year, 30 percent. So the decline rate is a hyperbolic curve. But nonetheless, by the time you get to three years, you're talking 80 or 85 percent decline for most of these wells."

Sep 10 06:13

Number of Ebola cases is 'increasing exponentially,' World Health Organization warns

In a recent announcement, WHO warned that the numbers appear to show an exponential increase in infections across West Africa, and that things will get worse before getting better. Underscoring the unusual spread of the disease, experts say Ebola is particularly problematic in the larger cities, and especially in those where public health facilities are lacking.

But the situation is most extreme in Liberia, where entire communities are facing rapid infection due to poor containment measures and a lack of medical personnel. According to data compiled by WHO, some 152 healthcare workers in Liberia are known to have contracted Ebola, and 79 of them have already died.

Liberia was already lacking in adequate medical personnel prior to the outbreak, with only about one doctor available for every 100,000 people. In a country of 4.4 million people, this is a major problem, especially as the death toll mounts and infected individuals have nowhere to turn for treatment and quarantine.

Sep 10 05:37

Ebola is threatening Liberia's 'national existence' says defence minister… and now the first suspected case of the disease reaches Italy

Liberia's national existence is 'seriously threatened' by the deadly Ebola virus that is 'spreading like wild fire and devouring everything in its path,' the country's national defence minister told the United Nations Security Council.

'Liberia is facing a serious threat to its national existence. The deadly Ebola virus has caused a disruption of the normal functioning of our State,' said Liberian Minister of National Defense Brownie Samukai.

'It is now spreading like wild fire, devouring everything in its path. The already weak health infrastructure of the country has been overwhelmed,' he told the 15-member council, adding that the initial international response was 'less than robust.'

Meanwhile, it's thought that Ebola has now reached Italy, after a Nigerian woman resident there was hospitalised on Tuesday with symptoms consistent with the virus.

Sep 10 05:15

Ashkenazi Jews Descend From 350 People, Scientists Say

There may be no such thing as a Jewish gene, but communities can definitely have defining characteristics, and one such community is Jews with roots in central and eastern Europe.

A model based on the genetic sequencing of 128 Ashkenazi Jews concludes that today’s Ashkenazim descend from the fusion of European and Middle-Eastern Jews during the medieval era, between 600 to 800 years ago.

The math also indicates that today’s sprawling community of Ashkenazi Jews — there are more than 10 million around the world — derived from just 350 people or so. That previously postulated population bottleneck — a drastic reduction in population size — occurred between 25 to 32 generations ago, the scientists say.

Sep 10 03:27

Media Attacks Directed against the Critics of Biotechnology and Genetically Modified Agriculture

Europeans seek GMO-related horror stories to justify our beliefs or “phobias,” according to Shahane. He argues that no other story does the job as well as the tale of poor Indians driven to suicide by the “evil Monsanto corporation.” Our irrational fear of GMOs is given added impetus by the scaremongering, anti-capitalist, anti-science stance of Vandana Shiva.
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Europeans do not need to listen to Vandana Shiva to be aware that GMOs constitute a systemic health risk to entire populations. We do not need shock-horror tales of mass suicide to fuel genuine concerns.

Shahane’s article lacks credibility on many levels, one of which is foolishly resorting to the claim that Europeans exhibit a phobia over GMOs. He might like to acquaint himself with what Europe’s approach to GMOs is based on: the precautionary principle. This implies there is a good chance that GMOs may pose widespread harm to the entire population if released for public consumption [1]. There is enough evidence to suggest that this could be the case [2,3,4]. As the risk is systemic, adequate testing should thus be carried out before GMOs are sanctioned.

Sep 09 16:29

BORDER BREAKDOWN: Hundreds Tested For Tuberculosis in Massachusetts (Illegals were dumped here)

More than 30 Lynn Community Health Center employees and 800 patients are being tested to determine if they were exposed to tuberculosis after center doctors confirmed a case.

Sep 09 16:04

New Police “Compliance Weapon” Blinds Targets

A firm that provides non-lethal equipment to law enforcement is set to release a new “compliance weapon” that temporarily blinds targets for up to 15 minutes, amidst a national conversation about the militarization of police in the aftermath of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.

Sep 09 15:35

9/11 Anniversary Action Lineup sponsored by AE911Truth.org

Come to New York on Sept 11th!
• Make a Difference on the Street
• NYC Premiere: "The Anatomy of a Great Deception"
• AE911Truth Symposium: "9/11 Awakening Goes Mainstream"
• 89’ Wide Corner Video Billboard to Rock Times Square Area

This 9/11 anniversary is the thirteenth. We intend to make it the most effective effort yet. Our lineup of activities and speakers is incredible.

But it needs you there. Can you get to New York to help us? Check out the full NYC schedule for dates, times, times, and locations.

Sep 09 15:25

Starting today: Massive Times Square Billboard to Show Video of WTC 7 Destruction During 9/11 Anniversary

Starting today (September 9, 2014) through October 5, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is sponsoring a massive billboard in the heart of Times Square that will show video of 7 World Trade Center’s destruction to millions of viewers and refer them to the campaign website, ReThink911.org.

Towering above the intersection of West 42nd Street and 8th Avenue, the two-sided 90 ft. x 45 ft. billboard will display the 15-second ad once every two minutes for four weeks, reaching an estimated 105,000 adults each day, and approximately 3 million during the four-week campaign.

The goal of the ReThink911 campaign is to spark public dialogue around the little-known destruction of WTC 7, which polls in recent years have found nearly half of all Americans and one-third of all New Yorkers do not even know occurred.

Sep 09 15:13

HOSPITAL SETS PATIENT RECORD AS MYSTERY VIRUS SPREADS

Medical officials admitted a record number of children to a local hospital over the weekend because of what they believe to be a rare respiratory virus spreading throughout the country.

Sep 09 14:51

VIDEO : Mathematical Model Shows How Ebola Will Spread

“It wouldn’t take much for the current Ebola outbreak to spread to more countries or continents,” says NECSI president Yaneer Bar-Yam. “It only takes one infected individual making it through an airport checkpoint.”

...OR ACROSS A WIDE OPEN BORDER!

Sep 09 14:35

15 more countries at risk as ebola spreads

A new model by Oxford University, published in the journal eLife, takes a look at the most likely explanation — that Ebola’s animal reservoir, fruit bats, could spread the disease in the animal kingdom and to humans through the dense forest that spans 22 countries.

Sep 09 12:26

FLASHBACK 2009 - Ebola vials vanish from Ft. Detrick

Fort Detrick's Inventory Uncovers 9,200 More Pathogens
Inventory Uncovers 9,200 More Pathogens

Laboratory Says Security Is Tighter, but Earlier Count Missed Dangerous Vials

By Nelson Hernandez
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, June 18, 2009

An inventory of potentially deadly pathogens at Fort Detrick's infectious disease laboratory found more than 9,000 vials that had not been accounted for, Army officials said yesterday, raising concerns that officials wouldn't know whether dangerous toxins were missing.

After four months of searching about 335 freezers and refrigerators at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases in Frederick, investigators found 9,220 samples that hadn't been included in a database of about 66,000 items listed as of February, said Col. Mark Kortepeter, the institute's deputy commander.

Sep 09 12:19

Supermarkets In Germany Force Poultry Industry To Ditch GMO Feed.

Score one for the anti-GMO crowd. European consumers have long expressed disdain toward eating meat that was fed Genetically Modified feed. In response, the German market has forced the poultry industry to adhere to the customer's demand for non-GMO foods. Awesome! It's too bad this hasn't happened in the US yet.

On August 28th, the German Poultry Association (ZDG) announced that it would stop using GMO feed for chicken meat and eggs. It'll go into effect January 1st, 2015. Earlier this year, it was revealed that ZDG was breaking its commitment to using non-GMO soybeans because of a shortage. Brazil, the main supplier of soybeans, cut non-GMO soybean production by 50% due to legal issues with unmodified crops being pollinated by modified crops. This put farmers at risk of being sued.

Sep 09 12:18

Ebola evacuations to US greater than previously known

An undisclosed number of people who’ve been exposed to the Ebola virus — not just the four patients publicly identified with diagnosed cases — have been evacuated to the U.S. by an air ambulance company contracted by the State Department.

“We moved a lot of other people who had an exposure event,” said Dent Thompson, vice president of Phoenix Air Group. “Many times these people are just fine, they just had an exposure. But you have to treat it as though the disease is present.”

How many exposed patients have been flown from West Africa to the U.S.? Thompson said medical privacy laws and his company’s contract with the State Department prevent him from revealing the figure.

“I’m not avoiding it,” Thompson told Yahoo News. “I’m just not allowed to talk about it.”

Sep 09 11:58

FLASHBACK - What are US biowar researchers doing in the Ebola zone?

This is a call for an immediate, thorough, and independent investigation of Tulane University researchers and their Fort Detrick associates in the US biowarfare research community, who have been operating in West Africa during the past several years.

What exactly have they been doing?

Exactly what diagnostic tests have they been performing on citizens of Sierra Leone?

Why do we have reports that the government of Sierra Leone has recently told Tulane researchers to stop this testing?

Have Tulane researchers and their associates attempted any experimental treatments (e.g., injecting monoclonal antibodies) using citizens of the region? If so, what adverse events have occurred?

The research program, occurring in Sierra Leone, the Republic of Guinea, and Liberia---said to be the epicenter of the 2014 Ebola outbreak---has the announced purpose, among others, of detecting the future use of fever-viruses as bioweapons.

Sep 09 11:58

FLASHBACK - US Vaccines Caused 'Spanish Flu'

"The 1918 'Spanish Flu' started in American military Camp Funston, Fort Riley, USA amongst troops making ready for W.W.I - taking on board vaccinations, recruit training and all. It eventually killed about 40,000,000 people worldwide. That flu strain only appeared briefly once again, according to the US Atlanta CDC. This was in 1976 and again it struck at the US army camp Fort Dix, USA, amongst recently vaccinated troops (and no one else EVER); Fort Dix is known to have been a vaccine trial centre. Was the world's greatest 'influenza' scourge another well-hidden vaccine disaster?"---John P Heptonstall

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The 1918 flu pandemic was proclaimed the "Spanish Flu" even though it clearly did not originate in Spain. This suggests that even back then, something was being covered up.

This is worth recalling now that multiple sources have identified the Kenema bioweapons lab in Sierra Leone, operated by Fort Detrick and biologists from Tulane University (but now closed and under investigation by the Sierra Leone government), as the starting point for the current Ebola outbreak and that an Ebola vaccine being tested either accidentally or deliberately triggered the disease.

Sep 09 11:24

Google tries to understand what 'Right to be Forgotten' means

The company plans to hold seven meetings across Europe to discuss the regulations -- and Google's problems with it..

The European Union's "right to be forgotten" regulation is the subject of a Google continental roadshow that started Tuesday.

Sep 09 09:07

Vaccination Causes Autism – Say US Government & Merck’s Director of Vaccines

A New Scientist article 29 June 2010 by Jim Giles states:-

We still do not know what causes autism.“

Desperate measures: The lure of an autism cure

That is not correct. Here we set out four ways autistic conditions are caused and confirmed by statements from the current President of pharmaceutical giant Merck’s Vaccines Division, by US Government agencies, by the US Federal Court and in formally published academic journal papers.

If you read nothing else we strongly recommend you read this PDF Download – Text of May 5th 2008 email from US HRSA to Sharyl Attkisson of CBS News]. In it the US Health Resources Services Administration [HRSA] state to CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson

We have compensated cases in which children exhibited an encephalopathy, or general brain disease. Encephalopathy may be accompanied by a medical progression of an array of symptoms including autistic behavior, autism, or seizures.” [Text added 10 April 2011]

Sep 09 09:04

Vaccines Did Not Save Us – 2 Centuries Of Official Statistics

This is the data the drug industry do not want you to see. Here 2 centuries of UK, USA and Australian official death statistics show conclusively and scientifically modern medicine is not responsible for and played little part in substantially improved life expectancy and survival from disease in western economies.

Sep 09 08:58

Emails reveal US Government has known all along that vaccines can cause harm including autism - PDF

Sep 09 08:25

Vaccine fraud? What about psychiatric fraud? Staggering.

In the wake of CDC whistleblower William Thompson’s confession that he buried a vaccine-autism connection, some people reacted with shock—as if this was the first case of rank fraud that had ever taken place within the hallowed halls of medical research.

How about a whole branch of modern medicine that is a fraud from top to bottom?

Let us turn the page to Psychiatry.

And the lying liars who lie about it.

Most Americans don’t have a clue about the way psychiatry actually works or its pose of being a science.

Sep 09 07:47

Ebola Spreading 'Exponentially' as Patients Seek Beds in Liberia

The Ebola virus is spreading exponentially across Liberia as patients fill taxis in a fruitless search for medical care, the World Health Organization said Monday.

In Sierra Leone, a doctor working for WHO tested positive and was preparing to be evacuated from the country. Meanwhile, the newest U.S. patient, a doctor infected in Liberia, was feeling a little better and could even eat a little, doctors treating him in Nebraska said.

Sep 09 06:47

Florida Newspaper Touts “Smart Meters”, Ignores Scientific Data

James F. Tracy
Activist Post

In a recent editorial, “Smart-Meter Phobia Sad, But Don’t Cut Power,” the Palm Beach Post hyped safety claims of Florida Power and Light / Next Era Energy accompanying the utility’s statewide “smart meter” deployment while condemning the roughly 6,000 Florida households that have declined such technology.

The Post often weighs in on regional and state affairs with a discriminating editorial voice. In this instance, however, the paper’s editorial staff has chosen to ignore hard scientific data that clearly lay out the health-related dangers of exposure to the non-ionizing microwave radiation emitted by smart meters and similar wireless technologies.

Indeed, the Post’s editorial reads almost as if it was authored by FPL’s own public relations department, for it is replete with most every poorly-conceived and quasi-scientific claim the utility transmits to its broad customer base...

Sep 09 06:45

US federal air marshal quarantined in Houston after being stabbed in the arm with a syringe and ‘injected with foreign substance by unknown assailant’ at airport

A federal air marshall has been quarantined in Houston after he was injected with a syringe full of an unknown substance inside Lagos airport in Nigeria. The man reported the attack, which occurred in an unsecured, public area of the terminal, and the FBI and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are investigating. The man was able to board United Flight 143 and landed in Houston early Monday morning where he was taken for medical testing.

Sep 09 06:41

Former Army General Lambasts Oil Industry for 'Hijacking' Democracy

After a BP executive lambasted “opportunistic” environmentalists and journalistic “sensationalism” from a podium in front of hundreds of environmental journalists in a New Orleans ballroom Wednesday evening, Russel Honore could not hide his disgust. Taking the podium some time after, Honore, a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General, had harsh words for the oil and gas industry. In the four years that has passed since the BP oil spill, Honore has run out of patience with energy companies that he says have “hijacked” his state.

“They have hijacked our damn democracy. They lobby, they write the laws.”

Sep 09 00:54

3 Videos That Will Shift Your Perspective, Showing Just How Small We Really Are in the Universe

Waking Times

Keeping a sense of perspective in these crazy times is imperative, and as astronomy pushes the envelope, seeking an ever greater understanding of our place in the cosmos, we are sometimes rewarded with fascinating new visual interpretations of our universe that have the power to completely re-write our sense of purpose and possibility. Making the struggles we have here on Earth seem small. The following 3 videos are inspiring examples of how technology can assist in our evolution, and help us to keep stay grounded, by providing us renewed perspectives on life here on Gaia.

Sep 08 22:15

‘Ebola-infected ISIS terrorist’ sneaking across Lake Erie from Canada to Cleveland – and into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – without being challenged once

‘On the eve of the 9/11 anniversary our man, dressed as an ISIS terrorist was able to cross Lake Eris, walk off a boat into Cleveland, Ohio – and into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,’ guerrilla documentarian James O’Keefe narrates.

Sep 08 22:12

The New Terahertz Night Vision Can See Through Walls, Skin

As impressive and creepy as a millimeter wave scanner may seem, it's still just scratching the surface. Above these extremely high frequencies is another realm: terahertz radiation. Known also as submillimeter radiation or T-rays, it's possible to probe the invisible world even deeper, going beneath not just clothing but skin, plastics, cardboard, and other opaque materials. Getting at these waves has historically been prohibitively challenging in the engineering sense, but a team of researchers based at the University of Maryland claims to have solved one of the fundamental problems with T-ray detection: temperature.

Sep 08 18:08

Speculation Mounts Over What's Inside The Biggest Ancient Tomb Ever Found In Greece

Two stunning caryatid statues have been unearthed holding up the entrance to the biggest ancient tomb ever found in Greece, archaeologists said.

The two female figures in long-sleeved tunics were found standing guard at the opening to the mysterious Alexander The Great-era tomb near Amphipolis in the Macedonia region of northern Greece.

"The left arm of one and the right arm of the other are raised in a symbolic gesture to refuse entry to the tomb," a statement from the culture ministry said Saturday.

Speculation is mounting that the tomb, which dates from Alexander's lifetime (356 to 323 B.C.), may be untouched, with its treasures intact.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As I recall, they have never actually found the tomb of Alexander the Great himself! There is a collapsed marble structure in Alexandria that local tradition says is his final resting place, but it is rather austere for a royal tomb. This find in Macedonia may prove more interesting!

Sep 08 15:51

Here it is: how the US government admits vaccines cause autism

Here is the key quote. Follow the circuitous language:

“The government has never compensated, nor has it ever been ordered to compensate, any case based on a determination that autism was actually caused by vaccines. We have compensated cases in which children exhibited an encephalopathy, or general brain disease. Encephalopathy may be accompanied by a medical progression of an array of symptoms including autistic behavior, autism, or seizures.”

Official word-play at work.

Compensation for vaccine-induced autism? No. Compensation for vaccine-induced encephalopathy—“accompanied by” symptoms including autistic behavior and autism? Yes.

The government is paying compensation for a vaccine-induced “something” that just happens to progress to an array of symptoms which include, well, autistic behavior, and yes, autism.

Sep 08 15:00

Why Cannabis Is The Future Of Medicine

The future of medicine rests on the fundamental right we all have to use things that spring from the Earth naturally as healing agents. Why should cannabis, used for at least 10000 years by humankind to alleviate suffering, be excluded from this inexorable mandate?

Sep 08 13:53

No Global Warming For 215 Months

The numbers are in and the verdict is that there has been no global warming for 17 years and 11 months, according to satellite data.

Sep 08 12:29

Update: Congressman’s Office In Possession of 100,000 CDC Whistleblower Documents?

Congressman Bill Posey’s office has confirmed exclusively to Benswann.com that a “very large number” of documents have been turned over by CDC scientist, Dr. William Thompson, who has admitted that the CDC suppressed information about the links between the MMR vaccine and autism in some cases.

According to Congressman Posey’s spokesman, George Cecala, “I can confirm that we have received a very large number of documents and we are going through those documents now. There are a lot of them, so it will take some time.” Cecala could not say exactly how many documents are in possession of the Congressman’s staff though sources tell me that as many as 100,000 documents have been handed over.

Sep 08 11:28

CDC Retesting Potential Ebola Case at Miami Hospital

A patient who had shown some Ebola symptoms was being retested at a Miami-area hospital after initial tests came back negative, officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday.

CDC spokesman Jason McDonald said the patient was being retested to be sure.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Given the prior false-negatives of the current test, this is prudent.

Sep 08 11:00

‘Mystery’ respiratory virus spreads across several US states

A mysterious respiratory virus, similar to the common cold but far more pernicious, is affecting thousands across 10 US states – hospitalizing hundreds of children, affecting those with asthma or those under the age of 5.

The disease has yet to be officially identified, but officials suspect it is the rare respiratory virus called human enterovirus 68. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention said the virus is related to the rhinovirus, which is what causes the common cold.

Sep 08 10:56

Hear This Well: Breaking the Silence on Vaccine Violence

View countless videos of mothers testifying that their children were wiped out by vaccines

Sep 08 10:53

Potentially Deadly Mystery Virus

Hundreds of children are sickened by a respiratory illness with symptoms that mimic a common cold.

Sep 08 09:42

U.S. Military to Provide Equipment, Resources to Battle Ebola Epidemic in Africa

President Obama said Sunday that the U.S. military will begin aiding what has been a chaotic and ineffective response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, arguing that it represents a serious national security concern.

The move is a significant ramp up in the U.S. response and comes as the already-strained military is likely to be called upon further to address militant threats in the Middle East. The decision to involve the military in providing equipment and other assistance for international health workers in Africa comes after mounting calls from some unlikely groups — most prominently the international medical group Doctors Without Borders — demonstrating to the White House the urgency of the issue.

“We’re going to have to get U.S. military assets just to set up, for example, isolation units and equipment there,” he said, “to provide security for public health workers surging from around the world.”??

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This appears to be the fulfillment of that old adage, "Never let a good crisis go to waste".

The answers to the ebola outbreak are medical and scientific; not military.

Is the military presence a "Trojan Horse", and a springboard for more US exploitation and profit from the many natural resources Africa still possesses?!?

My hunch would be, yes.

And as to those "isolation units" the US would allegedly be setting up there; will the price of not wanting to stay in those units be death by US military assault rifle?!? The US military is VERY good at that.

Sep 08 08:51

Rosetta's comet has no ice and is ‘darker than charcoal’: 'Surprising' discovery made after probe sends back its first report

Instead of imaging a bright, ice-covered comet, the probe’s instruments have detected that 67P is in fact darker than charcoal in some wavelengths of light.

And scientists working on Rosetta’s Alice instrument have so far failed to find any large patches of water-ice on 67P’s surface.

‘We're a bit surprised at just how unreflective the comet's surface is and how little evidence of exposed water-ice it shows,’ said Alan Stern, Alice principal investigator at the Southwest Research Institute in Colorado.

Sep 08 08:07

Ebola is surging in places it had been beaten back

Doctors Without Borders shuttered one of its Ebola treatment centers in Guinea in May. They thought the deadly virus was being contained there.

The Macenta region, right on the Liberian border, had been one of the first places where the outbreak surfaced, but they hadn’t seen a new case for weeks. So they packed up, leaving a handful of staff on stand-by. The outbreak was showing signs of slowing elsewhere as well.

Instead, new cases appeared across the border in Liberia and then spread across West Africa, carried by the sick and dying. Now, months later, Macenta is once again a hotspot.

Sep 08 07:54

How Monsanto, the World Bank and the IMF are working to force GMOs into a destabilized Ukraine

Embattled Ukraine, which is currently under siege (practically) by a belligerent Russia, once upon a time used to be called the "Breadbasket of the Soviet Union," because most of the U.S.S.R.'s food came from there.

Even after the U.S.S.R. dissolved, Ukraine continued to be productive agriculturally, though its production of other goods and services, by 1999, had fallen to 40 percent of what the country was producing in 1991, when the breakup took place, according to the CIA World Factbook.

But now, while the Ukrainian government faces off against a powerful Russian army, the country's agricultural production is about to be ambushed as well, according to CounterPunch:

On July 28, the California-based Oakland Institute released a report revealing that the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), under terms of their $17 billion loan to Ukraine, would open that country to genetically-modified (GM) crops and genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) in agriculture.

Sep 08 07:52

Sea Ice Not Involved With ‘AGW’

Many were touting purported Arctic sea ice-melt as the surging sign of Anthropogenic Global Warming, or AGW. Brian Sussman, “ClimateGate: A Veteran Meteorologist Exposes the … scam of AGW fanatics. Sussman describes how nobody officially measured Arctic ice until satellites became available in 1979.

John Daly, a former USS Skate crewmember in 1959: “the Skate found open water both in the summer and following winter.” Reports of the “least amount of ice in history, corresponds only to the last 30 years. They don’t include personal accounts by Navy men made before there were satellites to map ice in 1979.

Russian ‘Yamal’

In August 2000, the Russian icebreaker Yamal took some environmental scientists on an excursion into the Arctic. Arriving at the North Pole, they noticed expanses of open water. Photographs taken then became the subject of sensationalist reporting.

Sep 08 07:34

Stephen Hawking: God particle could wipe out the universe

He wrote: "The Higgs potential has the worrisome feature that it might become metastable at energies above 100bn gigaelectronvolts (GeV)."

What might this lead to? Hawkins explained: "This could mean that the universe could undergo catastrophic vacuum decay, with a bubble of the true vacuum expanding at the speed of light. This could happen at any time and we wouldn't see it coming."

Before you prepare your loved ones for an evacuation to some distant star, Hawking did offer some hope with, it seems, a wry smile: "A particle accelerator that reaches 100bn GeV would be larger than Earth, and is unlikely to be funded in the present economic climate."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am a great admirer of Professor Hawkings, especially the courage he has shown in overcoming his physical limitations, but I do nto agree with everything he says. Yes, AI might end human civilization as we know it, although AI will probably find humans useful to keep the connectors free of dust and corrosion. I disagree about alien civilizations being a threat. Any alien civilization whose technology can exceed the speed of light and cross the gap between stars would find present-day humans and Earth itself of little interest. Do you stop and examine every ant hill you p[ass as you drive down the highway? Same thing.

Long time readers know I do not support the "popular" theories of human-caused global warming or the Big Bang. With regard to the former, this coming winter will validate my skepticism, and with regard to the latter, I question whether what popped out of the LHC at Cern is a Higg's Boson, and even if it is, whether it ever actually existed before that very moment.

One of the downsides of an academic upbringing is that one is schooled to believe what the academics before you believed, which limits scientific objectivity. Professor Hawkings has refined that which he was taught to be real, but dares not stray outside the prime assumptions. Obviously were I to meet him I would be appropriately respectful and polite ... but I do have a couple pointed questions for him.

As for his claim about the end of the universe, this continues a pattern we have long seen in commercialized science of attracting attention and funding by predicting a dire catastrophe, and as this article point out, Stephen is trying to promote a book.

Sep 08 03:45

How the US government admits vaccines cause autism

Compensation for vaccine-induced autism? No. Compensation for vaccine-induced encephalopathy—“accompanied by” symptoms including autistic behavior and autism? Yes. -- The government is paying compensation for a vaccine-induced “something” that just happens to progress to an array of symptoms which include, well, autistic behavior, and yes, autism.

Sep 07 23:16

More than 1000 children hit with respiratory virus across 10 states…

A respiratory illness that has already sickened more than a thousand children in 10 states is likely to become a nationwide problem, doctors say. -- The disease hasn’t been officially identified but officials suspect a rare respiratory virus called human enterovirus 68. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus is related to the rhinovirus, which causes the common cold.

Sep 07 20:25

Rare Respiratory Virus Now Making Its Way Across the U.S., Sending Kids to ER

Just a heads up, apparently a rare respiratory virus called human enterovirus 68 (EV68) is sending kids to the hospital all over the Midwest and it just keeps spreading.

To be clear up front, for most people, this virus causes nothing more than a really crappy cold with the regular crappy cold symptoms. For young kids who suffer from asthma, however, this particular virus can be pretty dangerous.

Here are a few headlines to give you an idea:
Rare virus might be causing central Ohio kids’ respiratory illnesses
Mystery Respiratory Virus Likely to Hit Kids Across Country

Sep 07 17:38

Army’s New Laser Cannon Blasts Drones Out of the Sky, Even in Fog

Boeing is building a laser cannon for the U.S. Army, and the new weapon has now proved it will be as capable at sea as on land. The High Energy Laser Mobile Demonstrator (HEL MD)—basically a high-energy laser mounted on top of a big truck—was successfully used to blast some UAV drones and 60mm mortars out of the Florida sky earlier this year, Boeing announced Thursday.

This test was done in a windy and foggy environment, an essential step to proving the technology is useful for naval deployment. The HEL MD used a 10-kilowatt laser—a much less powerful version of what it will eventually fire—to “successfully engage” more than 150 targets at Eglin Air Force Base, a Department of Defense weapons testing facility on the Florida Panhandle. In other words, it disabled or destroyed them.

Sep 07 17:30

Space Station Defies Humans, Launches Satellites Without Permission

The International Space Station has a cannon that launches tiny CubeSat microsatellites into orbit. Most of the time, those launches are triggered by human scientists on board or back on Earth. But this week, the ISS launched two CubeSats entirely on its own. This is how the uprising begins.

Yes, on Thursday night, ISS commander Steve Swanson was loading blood samples into a freezer when he noticed the doors of the CubeSat launcher were open. Swanson alerted mission control in Houston, which confirmed that two CubeSats had been inadvertently released.

It's not the first time this has happened: A NASA status report shows that two other CubeSats were unintentionally released on August 23rd. That means that, of the 12 CubeSats launched into orbit so far, one-third of them got impatient waiting for permission, and just launched themselves.

Sep 07 17:07

Obama- U.S. must fight Ebola now or face long term risk in America

This morning the President said that Ebola is a National Security issue. 3 weeks ago he said there was no risk of Ebola coming to the United States.

Sep 07 16:58

Hempseed oil does a power of good

What researchers found was that hempseed oil, as well as containing substantial levels of important essential fatty acids, considerably boosted the level of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) in the blood. GLA has a potent anti-inflammatory effect, which may help to explain why it eases the pain of eczema.

Dr Jace Callaway, who headed the Finnish project, believes that there is likely to be a link. "Increased serum levels of GLA might help explain some of the numerous anecdotal reports of seemingly miraculous cures from people taking hempseed oil, particularly those suffering from chronic health problems such as allergies, dry skin, slow wound healing and even rheumatoid arthritis." Linseed oil did not have the same effect, actually reducing levels of GLA in the body.

Hempseed oil contains the same potent essential fatty acids found in evening primrose oil, which is also used to relieve the symptoms of PMT.

Sep 07 14:58

Hemp seeds cure tuberculosis - forbidden medicine:

A researcher who wrote an article in 1941 for an edition of Science lamented the suppression of hemp seed, as it contained the perfect protein edestin, which is valuable for healing. He wrote "Passage of the Marijuana Law of 1937 has placed restrictions upon trade in hempseed that, in effect, amount to prohibition."

In the first half of the 1900s, before vaccines or antibiotics were widely implemented, infectious disease deaths dropped by over 90%, including mortality from tuberculosis, pneumonia, bronchitis, influenza and whooping cough.

Sep 07 14:56

Cornell University takes $5.6 million from Gates Foundation, partners with Biotech Industry to produce pro-GMO propaganda

Governments have teamed up with the biotech industry in the past to demonize critics of genetically modified foods and crops, as well as promote efforts to propagandize their use. Now, it seems, academia is teaming up with the industry as well, and for the same reasons.

In a recent announcement, officials at Cornell University said the institution would join a multi-million dollar campaign in an effort to "depolarize the charged debate" centered around GMOs. And the biotech industry, with its bought-and-paid-for supporters, are behind the new push.

Sep 07 14:07

Bizarre lung virus hospitalizing hundreds of kids across the Midwest, with 30 children admitted each day in Kansas City alone

Hospitals across the Midwest are being inundated with children infected by a bizarre virus, which first comes on as a common cold before developing into severe respiratory distress.

In Kansas City, Missouri, about 450 children were recently treated at one facility - Children's Mercy Hospital - with at least 60 of them admitted to intensive care.

According to CNN Health, possible outbreaks have also been reported in Colorado, Illinois and Ohio.

Children's Mercy Hospital's division director for Infectious Diseases, Dr. Mary Anne Jackson, said the problem was 'big' and 'unprecedented'.

Sep 07 10:40

Deadly fighting resumes in eastern Ukraine as ceasefire undermined

Fresh clashes which erupted in eastern Ukraine despite a ceasefire agreement have turned deadly. A deal to end fighting between pro-Russia separatists and Ukraine government forces was signed less than two days ago.

"As far as I know, the Ukrainian side is not observing the ceasefire. We have wounded on our side at various points. We are observing the ceasefire," the deputy premier of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's republic, Vladimir Antyufeyev, told the Reuters news agency.

Sep 07 10:32

30 Million Americans On Antidepressants And 21 Other Facts About America’s Endless Pharmaceutical Nightmare

Has there ever been a nation more hooked on drugs than the United States? And I am not just talking about illegal drugs – the truth is that the number of Americans addicted to legal drugs is far greater than the number of Americans addicted to illegal drugs.
As you will read about below, more than 30 million Americans are currently on antidepressants and doctors in the U.S. wrote more than 250 million prescriptions for painkillers last year.
The following are 22 facts about America’s endless pharmaceutical nightmare that everyone should know…

Sep 07 09:38

This Is The Way One Father Told His Pediatrician “No” To Vaccines

by Jeffry John Aufderheide

What does an informed parent look like? We’ll show you.

Here is a letter written by Bob O’Kane, a concerned parent, to his pediatrician about vaccines and the danger they pose to his child. This letter is one great example of how to approach your doctor, especially if you have looked into the matter further and are uncomfortable with their stance on the topic...

Sep 07 09:35

The Grand Saudi Reversal

by Thierry Meyssan

While for the past 35 years Saudi Arabia has supported all the jihadist movements to the most extremist, Riyadh seems suddenly to have changed policy. Threatened in its very existence by a possible attack from the Islamic Emirate, Saudi Arabia has given the signal for the destruction of the organization. But contrary to appearances, the EIS remains supported by Turkey and Israel who sell their looted oil.

Sep 07 07:59

Fracked: U.S. Approves Fracking on Federal Land in California

The federal government gave the green light for oil and gas companies in California to drill on federal lands using hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and acidization techniques after a receiving a report(pdf) from an independent, non-profit group created by the Legislature.

The California Council on Science and Technology enlisted Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Pacific Institute to do the study after U.S. District Judge Paul Grewal ruled last April that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) couldn’t approve 2,500 acres of land for oil and gas development until it studied the effects of well stimulation on the environment.

“The potential risk for contamination from fracking, while unknown, is not so remote or speculative to be completely ignored,” Grewal wrote.

The report essentially says: We studied well stimulation. Now it is known and can be completely ignored.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh, really, not a problem?!?

Every federal government agent who approved this process, and their families, should be mandated to live no more than a quarter mile away from any fracking site they approve.

And approving this process in a state riddled with fault lines which may let go at any time?!?

Brilliant!

Sep 07 07:07

Makers: Escaping the Pull of Big-Business

3D printers, DIY biology, and the maker movement is now too big to be laughed off or ignored. It is now something big-business intends to first try to co-opt, then fight and destroy. Through SOPA/ACTA and various other intellectual property schemes, we can see in many ways, the fight has already begun. Defining and defending worthy principles is now more necessary than ever - and recognizing the folly of following individuals - be they people, companies, or brands - is utter folly. A sense of pragmatic awareness of principles over people and parties may help makers succeed where politics has habitually failed.

Sep 07 06:51

Army’s New Laser Cannon Blasts Drones Out of the Sky, Even in Fog

Boeing is building a laser cannon for the U.S. Army, and the new weapon has now proved it will be as capable at sea as on land. The High Energy Laser Mobile Demonstrator (HEL MD)—basically a high-energy laser mounted on top of a big truck—was successfully used to blast some UAV drones and 60mm mortars out of the Florida sky earlier this year, Boeing announced Thursday.

Sep 06 16:05

Independent Lab ‘Confirms Viral DNA in Merck Vaccine’

Merck can say that Gardasil contains ‘no viral DNA’ all they want, but Dr. Sin Hang Lee had reported to the FDA just over two years ago that the vaccine contains fragments of DNA that shouldn’t be in something we give young women – so why is Gardasil still on the market?

After conducting extensive research, Dr. Lee found that in 100% of lab samples tested, fragments of HPV-11, HPV-16, and HPV-18 L1 DNA firmly attached to Merck’s proprietary aluminum adjuvant.

Even though SaneVax Inc reported their findings to the FDA, the controversial vaccine used to treat cervical cancer is still being sold, and the FDA states that ‘these fragments pose no health risk.’ Once again, the FDA has ignored science which proves that a drug created by a big pharmaceutical company is less than safe.

Sep 06 15:32

If the moon were only 1 pixel... a map of the solar system with all the space left in.

We live on a tiny rock in a vast universe...

Sep 06 15:18

Interview with Sergei Glaziev - Advisor to President Putin

Subtitles in english, french,german, and (NEW) KOREAN
Konstantin Semin’s interview with Russian Presidential Advisor Sergei Glazyev on July 24 2014.

Sep 06 13:48

Religious Test

The original, unamended Constitution contains one explicit reference to religion: the Article VI ban on religious tests for "any office or public trust under the United States." Despite much litigation over the constitutional border between church and state, there have been no judicial decisions involving the religious test ban. The clause has been entirely self-executing. We do not know whether the Framers intended the clause to apply to every federal officeholder, howsoever minor; but no federal official has ever been subjected to a formal religious test for holding office.

UNTIL NOW!
www.newsforage.com/2014/09/atheist-airman-denied-reenlistment-for.html

Sep 06 09:12

My Stumbling Days Are About Over!

Stumble has turned off my account it would appear. The last 6 weeks have been really difficult getting stuff up.
I put up the Make sure your Congressman see's this before November of the father holding his child with a brainless open skull plus the article about the IDF bombing an orphanage and the dairy that supports it. A couple of minutes after that I can't get into my account or post anymore!
Stumble has been turning off sites and individual webpages left and right and it has really gotten bad since Gaza and Ukraine.
If I can get back up I will but if not I hope I directed some traffic to WRH and all the bloggers who post here and we woke some more people up!
DRIP! DRIP! DRIP!as we slowly wash this mountain of hate,injustice and inequity into the oceans!

Sep 06 08:57

Severe respiratory virus impacting hundreds of kids reaches Colorado

A potentially severe virus that has plagued hundreds of children across a 900-mile stretch in the Midwest in recent weeks has made its way to Colorado.

Sep 06 08:56

Ebola Out Of Gabon-Congo WasSmuggled Into West Africa

This essay, the sixth in a series on ebola and biowarfare, looks at the findings from a just-completed gene analysis of the ebola virus strain by an international team of microbiologists and medical doctors. Their conclusion is that the RNA structure of the ebola virus raging through West Africa is a direct derivative from the Gabon-Congo outbreaks in 2002 and 2003.

The lineage provides important clues as to how Zaire ebola (ZEBOV-Gabon/Congo) was transferred to West Africa over a distance of 4,000 kilometers and a lapse of 10 years without being detected along the way. Zaire ebola is neither native to West Africa nor could it have arrived via any natural or accidental means without triggering intermediate outbreaks.

Sep 06 08:40

CDC caught in billion-dollar scheme to to sell vaccines

This is precisely the state of affairs at the Centers for Disease Control. The agency is, first and foremost, a PR machine. It promotes products. For example: vaccines.

So when CDC whistleblower William Thompson emerged from the shadows on August 27 and admitted he’d participated in research fraud, thereby giving the dangerous MMR vaccine a free pass by claiming it had no causal connection to autism…

he was illustrating a primary mission of his employer, the CDC: spread propaganda assuring the public that vaccines are safe.

Science? Are you kidding? The “research” effort of the CDC is just another way to do PR.

Sep 06 08:23

Guatemala Rejects U.S. Trade Law Protecting Monsanto and GMOs

Big Biotech's promise to feed the world, by squeezing out every other choice against the will of the impoverished people intended as the target - is beyond cruel and exploitative. It is another way that the U.S. occupies other countries. How else are other people in these countries supposed to view multiple soft-sanctions on food, but as an act of war?

The people of Guatemala caught on to the deceptive nature of a U.S. Trade Agreement with Central America which was marketed as a way to "modernize" them. It also pretends to protect new seed varieties and paints the seed bearers in need of protection as small farmers. It is actually a way for big biotech and seed companies like Monsanto, DuPont, Duwest, Syngenta, etc. to assume power and immunity as owners of their food supply.

Sep 06 08:22

Swedes now recycle 99% of their garbage.

There’s a “recycling revolution” happening in Sweden – one that has pushed the country closer to zero waste than ever before. In fact, less than one per cent of Sweden's household garbage ends up in landfills today.

Sep 06 08:02

What Are They Thinking?

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I decided to repost this video in light of the Ebola epidemic sweeping clear the portion of Africa whose mineral resources are coveted by major corporations, and in light of the current scandal in which the CDC concealed evidence linking one of their mandated vaccines with autism.

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Sep 06 07:42

EU under pressure to allow GM food imports from US and Canada

Britain and other European Union member states are under increasing pressure from North American business groups to open their borders to imports of genetically modified food as part of negotiations for a new Transatlantic trade deal, environmental campaigners have warned.

Sep 06 07:04

HPV vaccine in Carmen de Bolivar: A tragedy foretold

By Mario Lamo-Jiménez

Colombia: There are already more than 243 cases of girls in Carmen de Bolivar reporting symptoms of fainting, shortness of breath and weakness in the limbs. What do these girls have in common? All received Gardasil, a vaccine that supposedly helps prevent cervical cancer, which they say may be caused by the human papillomavirus...

Sep 06 06:17

Sierra Leone declares Ebola lockdown

Sierra Leone - one of the countries worst hit by West Africa's Ebola outbreak - has announced a three-day lockdown to try to tackle the disease.

From 19 to 21 September people will not be allowed to leave their homes, a senior official said.

The aim of the move is to allow health workers to isolate new cases to prevent the disease from spreading further.

Sep 06 06:16

EBOLA IN JERUSALEM!

Sep 06 06:16

Deadly plague and botulism microbes found in US lab

A number of long-forgotten deadly microbes have been uncovered in US government laboratories.

The highly poisonous substances were found in a hunt triggered by the accidental discovery in July of vials of smallpox at a lab in the National Institutes of Health near Washington.

They included vials of ricin and pathogens that cause botulism, the plague and a rare tropical infection.

The substances, some dating from nearly a century ago, have now been destroyed.

Sep 06 05:55

Humans AREN'T inherently evil: Scientists debunk famous Milgram study that found people obey orders no matter what

More than half a century ago, Professor Stanley Milgram ran studies into how ordinary people can do extraordinary harm to others when asked to do so. His conclusion, which formed the basis of his research film Obedience, was that humans are programmed to obey orders, no matter how horrific.

But now, new research suggests Professor Milgram was wrong - the participants didn’t act this way because they were inherently evil, instead their behaviour was influenced by the fact they believed they were contributing to science. This made their actions seem more moral and worthy, and they weren't just obeying orders, they were happy to do so - and may have acted differently outside of the lab environment.

Sep 05 23:30

What If Everything We Know About Treating Depression Is Wrong?

Waking Times

Scientific studies indicate that current medications target the wrong parts of the brain.

A new study is challenging the relationship between depression and an imbalance of serotonin levels in the brain, and brings into doubt how depression has been treated in the U.S. over the past 20 years.

Sep 05 15:40

Ebola deaths pass 2,000 as Liberia shuts down contaminated police station and Sierra Leone's capital 'crumbles'

'The number of cases is rising exponentially,' Mr Ban said. 'The disease is spreading far faster than the response. People are increasingly frustrated that it is not being controlled.'

Healthcare in Sierra Leone's capital city has 'crumbled' because the deadly Ebola outbreak has made people too terrified to go to hospitals, while some doctors are wary of treating those who do show up, a physician said.

Speaking at the launch of a public education programme in Freetown, Kwame O'Neil said patients suffering from all kinds of ailments are dying due to lack of treatment because of the outbreak fears.

Sep 05 15:14

REPORT: 18% chance Ebola spreads to USA

There is an 18 percent chance that a case of the Ebola virus will reach the United States by the end of September, according to a study published on Tuesday in PLOS Currents: Outbreaks.

Sep 05 14:39

How Microgrids Will Change America's Energy Infrastructure

In nearly every home, office and facility in America, one can turn on a light, and it shines with unwavering brilliance at any hour of the day, every day of the year. This modern miracle is made possible by a system of power plants, transformers, and millions of miles of wire, collectively referred to as “the grid.” Nearly every light bulb in the continental U.S. receives power from one of three large grids. This deeply entrenched colossus of American infrastructure has an emerging challenger, one which may take decades before it truly competes with the grid for power distribution, but will almost certainly force a high-level rethinking of the American power system: the microgrid.

Sep 05 14:32

Silver Bullet Against Ebola Foreign Contract Exists Locally

Colloidal Silver and Nano Silver have become the silver bullets against Ebola recently including claim of the discovery by a Nigerian. It was pleasant news compared to all the bad information we get all the time. Before we say gbosa, Nigerian Government placed order for Nano Silver from abroad. For some reasons, these African leaders think our deliverance can only come from foreign contracts, even when we have the same natural “solutions” for Ebola at home.

Sep 05 14:22

Obamacare site hacked but nothing taken, HHS says

NEW YORK (CNN) — Hackers silently infected a Healthcare.gov computer server this summer. But the malware didn't manage to steal anyone's data, federal officials say.

A computer server that routinely tests portions of the website wasn't properly set up. It was never supposed to be connected to the Internet — but someone had accidentally connected it anyway.

That left it open to attack, and on July 8, malware slipped past the Obamacare security system, officials said.

Sep 05 11:21

Food Forests Could Bring Healthy Organic Food To Everyone – For Free

Food forests or Forest gardening have been around for a long time with many of the native cultures practicing this form of sustainable agriculture. It is a form of low-maintenance plant-based food production which replicates natural ecosystems, incorporating fruit and nut trees, shrubs, herbs, running vines and perennial vegetables. Beneficial plants and companion planting is a big part of the food forest system.

Sep 05 09:57

Nuclear waste explosion at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant spewed radioactive plutonium into the air through ventilation system

‘It is still a mystery why a 55-gallon drum containing nuclear waste exploded in mid-February at the government’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in New Mexico. But new reports indicate that, following the explosion, a large mass of what witnesses say looked like a cloud of whipped cream traveled up a ventilation duct and spewed into the air, exposing at least 21 workers to deadly plutonium.

Sep 05 09:51

Plastic Bags, Nuclear Waste and a Toxic Planet

Last week we saw California move a step closer to banning one-time-use plastic bags and the Federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission legalize above-ground storage of nuclear waste. What’s the connection? Every once in a while I think it is useful to turn aside from the deeply rooted, but relatively straightforward problem of climate change, to the growing use of uncontrolled toxic substances in our daily economic life. The toxicity of our environment may well be more difficult to address than the problem of climate change. The use of toxics in the goods we consume is so widespread that when firefighters enter a modern home that is burning, they must wear breathing devices for protection from the toxicity of the fumes that emanate from our burning floors, appliances, and walls. Household toxics are dangerous, but nothing compared to nuclear waste.

Sep 05 09:47

Did Hitler really put fluoride in the water at concentration camps? If so why do we put it in are water?

‘Yes, fluoride was used in Nazi Concentration camps and the gulags in Siberia to make prisoners docile and easier to control. It is also absorbed through the skin when bathing, showering, or swimming in fluoridated water. You absorb through the tissues of your mouth when brushing your teeth.

Sep 05 08:08

CDC: Deadly experiment on the Black and Hispanic populations (Measles Hi titer vaccine)

new measles vaccine on “high-titer” shots that are up to 500 times more potent than standard measles vaccines.(11) In the early 1980s, they tested one of these — the Edmonston-Zagreb (EZ-HT) strain — on Mexican and Gambian babies 4 to 6 months old.(12-15) During the next few years this high-titer measles vaccine was also tested on babies in Guinea-Bissau, Togo, Senegal, Haiti, and impoverished minority communities in Los Angeles, California.(16-22)

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This may be a good time to find and watch the movie "The Constant Gardner" which is loosely based on a similar real-life incident.

Sep 05 07:26

This Is How The Ebola Epidemic Might Spread If It's Not Contained

The 2014 West African Ebola Outbreak is now the largest and deadliest in history. But how far will it spread? Using the most recent data, a research team has created a computer simulation of its potential to reach around the globe, illustrating the urgency for containment.

Sep 05 07:12

Alice Cooper covers the Bob Dylan song “Isis”

You can fool some of the people,but you can't fool Alice Cooper!

I was “captured” by “ISIS” on the fifth day of May
Knew my head wouldn’t stay on my neck very long
So I gave them the slip and I rode straight away
For the Occupied country where I could not go wrong

I came to a studio of darkness and light
With a fake desert backdrop and a fake Arab town
There were Hollywood props on my left and my right
And a fake chopping block where I laid my head down

A mensch in the corner drew his ersatz sword
I knew right away it was not ordinary
He said “Should we chop your head off now or later?”
I said “For real?”. He said “That ain’t necessary”

Sep 05 07:02

Vaccinegate: CDC Whistleblower Admits Claims of Data Fixing Were True, Complains at Being Recorded and Outed

CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson has, after a week of silence since his role in manipulating data for a CDC study came to light, issued a press release via his attorney clarifying his position.

Thompson confirmed the main issue, which was data manipulation conducted inside the CDC to hide a causal connection between the MMR vaccine and autism, when the vaccine was given in the first 36 months to African American boys.

The release opens with this unambiguous admission of what some are calling “fraud,” and others are calling “data tampering:”

Sep 05 06:28

16 Apocalyptic Quotes From Global Health Officials About This Horrific Ebola Epidemic

Ebola continues to spread an an exponential rate. According to the World Health Organization, 40 percent of all Ebola cases have happened in just the last three weeks. At this point, the official numbers tell us that approximately 3,500 people have gotten the virus in Africa and more than 1,900 people have died. That is quite alarming, but the real problem will arise if this disease continues to spread at an exponential pace. One team of researchers has used computer modeling to project that the number of Ebola cases will reach 10,000 by September 24th if current trends continue. And if the spread of Ebola does not slow down, we could be dealing with 100,000 cases by December.

Sep 05 06:18

Solar Flare Explosion Caught By NASA Sun Cam

NASA have released extraordinary ‘eruption’ footage of solar flares seen from their Solar Dynamics Observatory. The sunspot explosions occurred between August 25th and 26th, reports The Guardian, showing the sun throwing unleashing at least half a dozen solar flares in what NASA described as a ‘flurry’ of fire.

Sep 05 04:46

NASA Instrument on Rosetta: First Science Results

From the data, the Alice team discovered the comet is unusually dark -- darker than charcoal-black -- when viewed in ultraviolet wavelengths. Alice also detected both hydrogen and oxygen in the comet's coma, or atmosphere.

Rosetta scientists also discovered the comet's surface so far shows no large water-ice patches. The team expected to see ice patches on the comet's surface because it is too far away for the sun's warmth to turn its water into vapor.

"We're a bit surprised at just how unreflective the comet's surface is and how little evidence of exposed water-ice it shows," said Alan Stern, Alice principal investigator at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado.

Sep 04 15:54

Fracking Industry Resorts to Crude Caricatures and Economic Nationalism

The hydraulic fracturing (fracking) industry is fighting regulations or outright bans against fracking in a variety of states and localities. There are many reasons to oppose government restrictions on fracking, of course. If a fracking operation can arrange to frack on private land and pay market rates (not subsidized rates) for water, then there is no reason why a private company should not be free to do so. If fracking results in polluting a neighbor’s land or water, the fracking organization in question should be liable in the fashion outlined by Rothbard for dealing with polluters.

Sep 04 15:37

Putin's Pal Is Pissed Muslim Chechen Leader Vows to Crush ISIS After Threat Against Russia

Looks like Putin has some real Muslims on his side. We live in interesting times!

Published on Sep 3, 2014

The latest recipients of an Islamic State threat are responding in kind, with Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov vowing that "these bastards" will be "destroyed."

Kadyrov, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, went on an Instagram rant after Islamic State posted a video threatening Putin over his support for Syria's Bashar al-Assad and vowing to liberate Chechnya. The Muslim strongman, who has fought Islamic militants in his backyard for years, seemed to take special umbrage at a threat aimed at his patron in Moscow.

Sep 04 15:01

HEALTHCARE.GOV HACKED!

A hacker broke into part of the HealthCare.gov insurance enrollment website in July and uploaded malicious software, according to federal officials.

Sep 04 12:56

Anti-Marijuana Academics Tied to Pain-Killer Manufacturers

It's easy to understand the general motivations of those who support Measure 91, the marijuana legalization initiative on the November ballot: consumers, entrepreneurs and libertarians.

As WW has reported, the opposition to Measure 91 comes from law enforcement and some healthcare officials.

What Oregonians haven't yet seen is the influence of the pharmaceutical companies who manufacture prescription painkillers.

Sep 04 12:38

Meat Industry's Use Of "Meat Glue" Is Almost Impossible To Spot

When you go shopping for a steak at the local market, its the last thing you'd expect to have a secret, especially wrapped up in clear plastic. However, this will have you thinking twice!

Sep 04 12:14

ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT RELATED PANDEMIC DISEASES ARE APPEARING IN THE US

Three months ago, people like Dr. Jane Orient, myself and anonymous Border Patrol agents began to call for quarantine, for the purpose of health screening all immigrants. Many people laughed and said there was no real threat. The invasion of our country, the very invasion that people said was not real, has just endangered the entire country. We are sitting on the beginning of a series of pandemic outbreaks.

Sep 04 09:28

Japanese researchers develop 30-minute Ebola test

Japanese researchers say they have developed a new method to detect the presence of the Ebola virus in just 30 minutes, speeding up the ability to diagnose infections of the deadly disease.

Professor Jiro Yasuda and his team at Nagasaki University say their process is also cheaper than the system being used in West Africa, where the virus has already killed more than 1,500 people. There is also an outbreak underway in Congo, in the center of the continent.

“The new method is simpler than the current one and can be used in countries where expensive testing equipment is not available,” Yasuda by telephone Tuesday.

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"IT WILL NEVER WORK! IT WILL NEVER WORK!" -- President and CEO, Expensive Testing Equipment Corporation

Sep 04 09:18

Icy Aquifers on Titan Transform Methane Rainfall

The NASA and European Space Agency Cassini mission has revealed hundreds of lakes and seas spread across the north polar region of Saturn's moon Titan. These lakes are filled not with water but with hydrocarbons, a form of organic compound that is also found naturally on Earth and includes methane. The vast majority of liquid in Titan's lakes is thought to be replenished by rainfall from clouds in the moon's atmosphere. But how liquids move and cycle through Titan's crust and atmosphere is still relatively unknown.

Sep 04 08:56

This Map Shows Why People Are Freaking Out About Ebola's Arrival in Senegal

The ongoing outbreaks of Ebola in West Africa continue to devastate Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea, and recently caused a national emergency in Nigeria—as of August 28, the Centers for Disease Control was putting the suspected and confirmed case count at 3,069 all told, including 1,552 deaths. But in the last few days, with the virus entering Senegal and health workers discovering a fresh outbreak in Nigeria, global health groups such as the World Health Organization are getting increasingly strident with their concerns. On Sunday, WHO officials called Ebola's arrival in Senegal "a top priority emergency." On Tuesday, Joanne Liu, international president of the global health organization Doctors Without Borders, warned the UN that the world was "losing the battle to contain" the disease. "Leaders are failing to come to grips with this transnational threat," she said.

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"Look, I am trying to start a war with ... everyone. I'll deal with this Ebola thing next year. Promise!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Sep 04 08:51

W.H.O. Concerned About Another Ebola Cluster in Nigeria

The World Health Organization expressed worry on Wednesday about a second cluster of Ebola virus patients in Nigeria — in the center of its oil industry — because one of the three confirmed victims was a doctor who had treated patients and socialized after he became contagious.

The doctor, in the southern city of Port Harcourt, died on Aug. 22, and his infection was confirmed five days later. On its website, the W.H.O. said that more than 200 people might be at risk.

The W.H.O. said this second cluster had indirectly resulted from a quarantine lapse in the first cluster of Ebola cases that hit Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city, in July, and was potentially far more serious. Tracing the spread of the disease in Port Harcourt, the statement said, revealed “multiple high-risk opportunities for transmission of the virus to others.”

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