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Aug 30 08:46

Is GcMAF Treatment Threatening The Pharma Industry?

David Noakes (above) describes the breakthrough cancer (and autism) treatment that has been allegedly linked to the the deaths of a few holistic doctors. We have reported on Dr Bradstreet’s “suicide” before – but let us not get distracted. Does GcMAF – which helps the body heal itself – work?

Sourced here from investmentwatchdog and from Natural News, the potential universal cure for cancer is now getting traction. Microscopic footage released by First Immune showing this remedy in action can be seen below. This two-minute video clip reveals the healing power of GcMAF, which is a human protein that the body makes naturally – but that some people lack or can’t produce in adequate volume.

Aug 30 08:28

U.S. Police Routinely Travel to Israel to Learn Methods of Brutality and Repression

Political commentator John Miranda recently stated that police brutality is directly linked to the training some officers receive in Israel.

“As for the increase in police brutality within the United States, I think this definitely can be pointed towards the Israeli training that the Department of Homeland Security is giving all of American police officers.

Some police officers are actually being flown to Israel for the training, not all of them but some, and then those that are flown to Israel, they come back home and they train the head officers in the training that they’ve gotten in Israel.

All these incidents, it is not just happening to African Americans. Police are literally being brutal with all Americans.”

Aug 30 01:59

Cover Up? TTIP Negotiators Outed for Secret Talks With Big Tobacco About [Redacted]

European Union officials face charges of evasion and cover up after concealing basic information about their negotiations with tobacco companies over a pair of pending "trade" deals, including the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), in response to a freedom of information request from a corporate watchdog organization.

Aug 29 20:25

Growing Marijuana Strains that Treat PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

By Daniel Dharma

In our ongoing series on using marijuana to treat PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), we’ve explained what PTSD is, its symptoms, and that marijuana is being used to treat PTSD.

One of the biggest questions I keep getting asked is “which marijuana strains best treat PTSD?”

You’ll want to read all the other articles in this series to help answer that question, so I’ll put links to those articles at the end of this article.

In those past articles, I talked about generic kinds of marijuana that help with PTSD, and why they help.

In this article I give you info about growing specific marijuana strains that help with PTSD…

Aug 29 15:38

Long exposure to tiny amounts of Monsanto’s Roundup may damage liver, kidneys – study

In the new two-year study, which extended the findings from one conducted in 2012, the team added tiny amounts of Roundup to water that was given to rats in doses much smaller than allowed in US drinking water.

Scientists say that some of the rats experienced “25 percent body weight loss, presence of tumors over 25 percent bodyweight, hemorrhagic bleeding, or prostration.”

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The study’s conclusions indicate that there is an association between wide-scale alterations in liver and kidney gene expression and the consumption of small quantities of Roundup, even at admissible glyphosate-equivalent concentrations. As the dose used is “environmentally relevant in terms of human, domesticated animals and wildlife levels of exposure,” the results potentially have significant health implications for animal and human populations, the study warned.

Aug 29 15:13

Felony Marijuana Charges Dismissed Against 94 Year Old War Veteran In Charlotte North Carolina

The charges had been dismissed! From the Law Office of Christopher Connelly:

Attorney Chris Connelly was honored to represent Douglas Ponischil in this marijuana felony case and secure a dismissal. Mr. Ponischil is a 94 yo WWII combat veteran who survived a U Boat attack that left him in the dangerous waters of the Caribbean for several days until rescue.

He had never had any adverse contact with the law until March of 2015 when police raided his house and arrested him, accusing him of felony possession of marijuana. This arrest ocurred several weeks after marijuana had been mailed to his home on someone else’s behalf. Instead of investigating whether this 94 year old vet was perhaps being taken advantage of by others, law enforcement arrested him and put him in jail.

Aug 29 13:06

NASA chief blasts Congress for reliance on Russian spacecraft

In an open letter published in WIRED, NASA Administrator Major General Charlie Bolden said Congress’ failure to fund President Barack Obama’s Commercial Crew proposal is creating “uncertainty” and leading to a delay in “launching American astronauts to space from American soil aboard American spacecraft.” “Every dollar we invest in Moscow is a dollar we’re not investing in American businesses,” Bolden wrote.

Aug 29 10:13

Products that Use Aborted Fetal Tissue: Pepsi, Kraft, Nestle and More

On Feb 28th, President Obama’s Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) ruled that PepsiCo’s use of cells derived from aborted fetal remains in their research and development agreement with Senomyx to produce flavor enhancers falls under “ordinary business operations.”

Aug 29 10:12

Planned Parenthood admits it manipulates rules on fetal organ sales to maximize profit

But she also said that “adjustments that facilitate fetal tissue donations rarely occur at our few clinics that offer women this service,” prompting David Daleiden of the pro-life Center for Medical Progress to declare that she had proved the point of his group’s investigation — that “adjustments occur.”

Several of the videos showed Planned Parenthood representatives haggling over prices — and in one case joking about wanting a Lamborghini — with people they thought represented biotech firm purchasers.

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Aug 29 09:53

A New Computer Can Predict If You’ll Have Psychosis With 100% Accuracy

Webmaster addition: We need one of those in Washington DC and Wall Street!

Aug 29 09:33

Big Pharma, petrochemical companies and criminal banksters paid Bill and Hillary Clinton more than $100 million to give speeches

When Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton hits the campaign trail, she does her level best to portray herself and her ex-president husband, Bill, as ordinary, average Americans just looking out for the common folk.

Aug 29 09:07

YES – ANIMALS SUFFER FROM GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS, SAYS PRIMATOLOGIST JANE GOODALL

The Primatologist warned consumers at a National Press Club news conference to take heed when animals respond poorly to GMO diets. She also urged governments to impose stronger safeguards on genetically modified organisms.
Goodall warned:

“Animals tell us something. If the animals have suffered this way [from GMOs], potentially for us, let’s listen to what they’re telling us. Let’s take heed.”
Goodall has joined forces with attorney Steven Druker in a book he penned to disclose the dangers of GM organisms on animals. Since much of the GM soy and corn grown in the US ends up in animal feed, she urges us to notice what happens to the animals once they’ve consumed a biotech-altered diet.

Aug 29 08:52

Six amazing sights that look even better from the International Space Station

Aug 29 08:50

MICROSCOPIC 3D-PRINTED “SMART” FISH NANOBOTS TO SWIM IN BLOODSTREAM & REMOVE TOXINS

A newly-developed technology at the University of California- San Diego called microfish will one day allow for tiny 3D-printed “smart” microbots to travel through a person’s bloodstream and deliver drugs to specific places in the body, as well as sense and remove toxins.

The high-tech fish are extremely small, smaller than the width of a human hair. The revolutionary devices are extremely easy to create, but are remarkably high tech, with the ability to act as both a toxin sensing and detoxifying robot, according to researchers at UC-San Diego.

“We have developed an entirely new method to engineer nature-inspired microscopic swimmers that have complex geometric structures and are smaller than the width of a human hair. With this method, we can easily integrate different functions inside these tiny robotic swimmers for a broad spectrum of applications,” said the co-first author Wei Zhu, a nanoengineering Ph.D. student at UC San Diego.

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If this guy is doing this as a doctoral student, imagine what he will be doing when he finishes his last dissertation, and completes grad school!

WAY TO GO, WEI ZHU! Major congrats on this work! :-)

Aug 29 08:50

"Stay quiet about what you saw"

New Orleans firemen riding out the storm high up in an office building saw levees collapse dooming the city.

They were ordered not to tell what they saw when they appeared before a Congressional committee hearing about the devastation.

Why not?

The epically corrupt US Army Corps of Engineers was trying, unsuccessfully it eventually turned out, to find the basic fact: Their design, construction and maintenance was responsible for the deaths of thousands of people (it you count the people who died after the storm from the shock and trauma) and the near obliteration of a great American city. - See more at: http://www.brasschecktv.com/videos/new-orleans-1/stay-quiet-about-what...

Aug 29 08:11

Public Urged To Prepare For Hurricanes Ignacio, Jimena

As a pair of hurricanes – Ignacio and Jimena – head towards the Hawaiian Islands, state officials are urging the public to prepare over the weekend.

Hurricane Ignacio is the closer of the two at 785 miles east southeast of Hilo. Ignacio is moving toward the northwest near 8 mph, and this motion is expected to continue for the next couple of days. In a media release issued by the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, officials say the current track remains “highly uncertain, however, all islands are within the cone of uncertainty so should prepare for impact early next week.”

Aug 29 08:10

Hurricane Jimena Could Become a Category 5 in the Eastern Pacific

Jimena strengthened into a Category 4 hurricane early Saturday morning.

Hurricane Jimena is located over 1,200 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California.

Further intensification is possible and Jimena could become a Category 5 hurricane sometime this weekend.

For now, this system is no threat to land the next five days as it tracks westward behind Ignacio.

It's far too early to know if this system may eventually become a threat to Hawaii. Check back for updates.

Aug 29 07:34

Boeing Tests X-Box-Controlled Laser Cannon

Drones have been turning up in strange places lately. For instance, back in April, a mailman delivered a campaign reform letter to Congress by landing a drone on the Capitol lawn and just a few days later, a radioactive drone turned up on top of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s office (Kuroda paradropping yen?). Then, in May, a drone showed up in Rosa Parks Circle in Grand Rapids, Michigan and literally rained down money from the heavens.

Aug 28 18:53

Prosecutors: No retrial for white officer who shot black man

Remember the black guy(football player) who was going door to door to get help for a traffic accident?

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina state prosecutors announced Friday that they won’t retry a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man, saying that talking with jurors after the mistrial helped convince them they cannot get a conviction.

Aug 28 17:54

Bad medicine is killing Americans and making Big Pharma richer than ever

As pharmaceutical companies are rolling out new medications complete with glossy advertising campaigns more rapidly than ever before, the temptation for mainstream American medical practitioners to treat symptoms with pills rather than seeking legitimate cures for ills is increasing. To understand why there are so many confused doctors and over-medicated patients, it could help to follow the money.

Aug 28 17:35

Officer fires weapon after crash, shoots baby in toe

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

A police officer fired shots after his motorcycle was rammed Friday, and a baby was struck in the toe by a bullet from the officer's service weapon.

Two men are in custody and two infants were involved in the incident. No one in the suspect vehicle fired at the officer.

The motorcycle officer attempted to stop a red Dodge SUV with tinted windows for speeding at Highway 71 and 31st Street. The vehicle sped off, and the officer did not pursue the vehicle.

About 30 minutes later, the same officer received information that led him to find the SUV in the 5200 block of Wabash Avenue, police said.

Aug 28 15:39

NASA selects New Horizons’ next destination after Pluto

After flying by Pluto on July 14th, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has a new destination. The mission team has selected another object in the Kuiper Belt — the region of icy bodies that orbits the edge of the Solar System — for the probe to explore next.

The spacecraft's new potential target is called 2014 MU69; it's a much smaller object than Pluto and orbits the Sun nearly 1 billion miles beyond the dwarf planet. 2014 MU69 is an ideal candidate for further exploration, because it will cost less fuel to reach than other Kuiper Belt objects (KBOs), said New Horizons principal investigator Alan Stern, in a statement. Using less fuel to get to the object means more will be available to power the probe’s data-gathering instruments. The images and information gathered by New Horizons will give scientists a much better understanding of the worlds at the fringes of our Solar System.

Aug 28 13:28

Man-Made Noise Is Making Bluebirds Shout to Be Heard By Mates

Birds 'shout' to be heard over the noise produced by man-made activity, new research has shown. UK and US research shows birds 'shout' to be heard over the noise produced by man-made activity

Aug 28 12:28

Russia’s Soyuz TMA-16M spaceship successfully re-docked to another ISS module

The crew of the Russian Soyuz TMA-16M spaceship has successfully re-docked the spacecraft from the Poisk module of the International Space Station (ISS) to the Zvezda module, Russia's Mission Control Center said on Friday.
The re-docking operation was carried out with the assistance of specialists from the Mission Control Center near Moscow and broadcast on the website of Russia's Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos).
"The Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft was re-docked from the docking port of the Poisk small research module to the docking port of the Zvezda service module by the crew comprising Gennady Padalka, Mikhail Korniyenko and Scott Kelly in the manual mode," Mission Control said.

Aug 28 12:11

What Are Over-The-Counter Drugs Doing To Your Brain?

Waking Times

Are you an OTC drug junkie? Frankly, most folks today are because they are dealing with some sort of ailment or even a chronic condition. Do you think because you can purchase OTC drugs in pharmacies that they don’t cause harm to your body? Well, maybe trusting healthcare consumers need to think twice before picking up another OTC pharmaceutical.

Aug 28 11:27

Reality Check: Why Aren’t Shootings Sparking Debate Over Anti-Depressants?

The crime scene tape was still up in Roanoke, Virginia when politicians began calling—almost predictably—for tougher gun control laws.

Here’s a question: why is it always a discussion about guns and not about mental health and mood altering prescription drugs?

Aug 28 11:02

Sorry creationists — your favorite cave painting meme does not prove humans and dinosaurs co-existed

An ancient cave painting by Native Americans in Utah was celebrated by “Young Earth” creationists, who believe the planet is less than 10,000 years old, because the 1,000-year old picture looks, at face value, like a winged pterodactyl dinosaur.

But using new technology, scientists have debunked the claim that the picture is proof dinosaurs were living alongside humans 1,000 years ago. Using two techniques, digital photographic enhancement and X-Ray fluorescence, scientists uploaded a photograph of the cave painting into a program that highlights original pigments and removes those added later, Vocativ reports.
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The result? The painting is not a pterodactyl. It appears to depict humans, small animals and a snake.

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Looking at the original painting, I don't even see how they thought there was a pterodactyl in there in the first place!

The cleaned up image...

Aug 28 10:45

Russia to Cooperate With UK, Germany in Space

Russia's space agency signs a number of agreements on cooperation with its German counterpart. Meanwhile a UK company may sell the guidance system for Russian satellites

Aug 28 10:24

Hurricane Katrina: Costliest natural disaster in US history in numbers

In addition to the human cost of 1,836 lives lost and over one million people displaced in the Gulf Coast region, Hurricane Katrina had staggering impact on the local economy and was the costliest natural disaster in United States history.

Aug 28 09:01

Meningitis vaccine 'will cause fever'

Babies who are about to be given the new meningitis vaccine are likely to suffer a fever that can last several days, Public Health England is warning parents.

Aug 28 08:42

Only a THIRD of scientific studies can be replicated: Experts fail to repeat the findings of the majority of psychology papers

An investigation into claims made in top psychology journals has revealed that around two thirds of original findings can't be reproduced.

The study was launched by psychologists in the US in response to growing concerns over the reliability of research.

And these bleak results call into question the validity of some scientific findings upon which medical advice is based.

Aug 28 08:40

Police Claim Teen Ran After they Shot Him in the Back, But the Autopsy Shows that’s Impossible

Original police reports made no mention of where Ball-Bey was hit when he was allegedly turning to shoot at officers.
Last week, however, when the autopsy report was released, it showed that Ball-Bey was shot in the back. The bullet entered his back and exited through his heart.

Immediately after this release of information, police Chief Sam Dotson made the following statement:
“Just because he was shot in the back, doesn’t mean he was running away. It could be. And I’m not saying that it doesn’t mean that. I just don’t know yet.”Despite Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Graham finding that Ball-Bey’s spinal cord was severed from the bullet last week, this information was not released to the media until now.
The severing of Ball-Bey’s spinal cord is an essential component in this case, which was conveniently left out. If the bullet cut his spinal cord in half, how was it that Ball-Bey ran from the back yard, where he allegedly dropped the gun, al the way to the front yard?

Aug 28 07:39

Farmers are drenching crops with glyphosate for faster harvesting

Unfortunately this process results in huge pesticide residues in our food, even in certified non-GMO food. That's right, your food could be non-GMO Project verified and still have been drenched in glyphosate just prior to harvest. The foods that are approved for Roundup application and/or another pesticide just prior to harvest are as follows:

Wheat
Cotton (cottonseed oil)
Alfalfa
Oats
Sugar cane
Beans
Mustard
Oilseed rape
Rye/Triticale
Lentils
Peas
Flax
Sunflower
Pulses
Soy Bean
Sugar beet
Potatoes
Chick Peas
Feed barley
Canola
Corn

Aug 28 07:33

Rosetta probe spots Comet 67P being buzzed by boulder

The rock passed by on July 30th and as the .GIF below shows it headed off into space at decent speed.

The images below were captured by Rosetta's OSIRIS narrow-angle camera, which only managed to get three frames of the event.

The ESA's name for the .GIF “Boulder flying by comet” is actually quite eloquent, because the agency has advanced no theories about the object. The agency says it was between one and fifty metres in size and there's therefore no word on whether this is a piece of 67/P that's recently broken off or a random space rock that just happened to zip past the comet.

Aug 27 18:08

A 'butterfly' in space: Stunning Hubble image captures the Twin Jet Nebula spewing out cosmic clouds at 620,000mph

The majestic beauty of the dying Twin Jet Nebula has been revealed in incredible detail in a stunning new image by Hubble.

Stretched out like iridescent butterfly wings, the image reveals the incredible complexity of the bipolar nebula’s two shimmering lobes.

Aug 27 17:57

E-cigarette industry funded experts who ruled vaping is safe: Official advice is based on research scientists in the pay of manufacturers

Official advice proclaiming e-cigarettes to be ‘95 per cent safe’ is based on research by industry-funded scientists, it was revealed last night.

Public Health England called last week for electronic ‘nicotine sticks’ to be prescribed on the NHS as part of a ‘game-changing’ review of medical evidence.

Aug 27 17:09

FLASHBACK : Every Mass Shooting Shares One Thing In Common & It’s NOT Weapons

Nearly every mass shooting incident in the last twenty years, and multiple other instances of suicide and isolated shootings all share one thing in common, and its not the weapons used. -- The overwhelming evidence points to the signal largest common factor in all of these incidents is the fact that all of the perpetrators were either actively taking powerful psychotropic drugs or had been at some point in the immediate past before they committed their crimes.

Aug 27 16:30

Father Robs Bank to Pay for Daughter’s Chemo After Insurance Canceled

A 23-year-old Michigan man is held on $500,000 bond after robbing a bank to try to pay for his one-year-old daughter’s cancer treatments after her insurance was abruptly canceled.

Aug 27 15:57

Food Safety Experts Sue USDA for Withholding GM Crops Records

Center for Food Safety (CFS) filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), alleging that APHIS has violated FOIA by routinely failing to respond to requests for records related to genetically engineered (GE) crops, unlawfully delaying its responses, and withholding public disclosure of information.

Aug 27 15:55

First Ground Breaking Study Shows How Rhodiola Rosea Protects People From Viral Infections

Also known as arctic root or golden root, Rhodiola Rosea has already been clinically shown to stimulate serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine activity, and support healthy neurotransmitter balance, but human trials have now shown that the herb protects against viral infection.

Aug 27 14:00

The US Is Allegedly Withholding Information About GMOs

A nonprofit organization called the Center for Food Safety filed suit on Tuesday against a division of the US Department of Agriculture for allegedly not responding properly to their requests for information about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

Aug 27 13:18

Government intensifies persecution of gardeners in attempt to criminalize self-sufficiency

It is difficult to imagine anything more American than raising one’s own food, and it’s difficult to imagine anything more un-American than telling someone that they are not allowed to do so.

Aug 27 12:50

Known number of deaths while claiming incapacity benefits nears 100,000

The Department for Work and Pensions has admitted defeat in its attempt to hide the number of people who have died while claiming incapacity benefits since November 2011 – and has announced that the number who died between January that year and February 2014 is a shocking 91,740.

Aug 27 12:11

What's the Thyroid and Gut Connection?

The gut relies on the thyroid for protection and the thyroid needs the gut to stay strong and fight off illness.

Aug 27 11:50

Scandal at the FDA: board members with drug maker ties voted to approve drug that's killing women

An investigation by the Washington Monthly and the British Medical Journal determined that at least four members of an FDA advisory board which voted to approve a drug used in the birth control pills Yaz and Yasmin had either done work for the drugs' manufacturer or received research funds from the manufacturer. Though the four committee members disclosed their ties to the FDA, the FDA decided that the ties did not matter and did not make the disclosures public. Tragically, the drugs the committee endorsed have been killing the women who take them.

Aug 27 11:05

How Are Hurricanes Named?

Hurricanes occur every year and sometimes two or three hurricanes can be active at the same time. Using names for these storms makes it much easier for meteorologists, researchers, emergency response workers, ship captains and citizens to communicate about specific hurricanes and be clearly understood.

For that reason the World Meteorological Organization develops a list of names that are assigned in alphabetical order to tropical storms as the are discovered in each hurricane season.

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So how did we get Kilo before Ignacio and Jimena?!?

Aug 27 10:49

Tesla 'breaks' Consumer Reports scoring scale

Surpassing the Tesla Model S' recognition as the best-performing car that Consumer Reports has ever tested is no easy feat, but Tesla's P85D variant has done just that–earning a rare overall test score of 100 points and setting a new benchmark.

Aug 27 10:00

MEET AMERICA’S FIRST SCHOOL DISTRICT TO SERVE 100% ORGANIC MEALS

When schools in California’s Sausalito Marin City District return to session this August, they will be the first in the nation to serve their students 100 percent organic meals, sustainably sourced and free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). More than 500 students at Bayside MLK Jr. Academy in Marin City and Willow Creek Academy in Sausalito will eat fresh, local food year-round, thanks to a partnership with the Conscious Kitchen, a project of the environmental education nonprofit Turning Green.

Aug 27 09:48

Scientists turn cancerous cells back into normal cells

Scientists have discovered a process to turn cancer cells back into normal cells by restoring the balance of key molecules controlling specific cellular functions.

A group of researchers from the Mayo Clinic carried out the research published in the journal Nature: Cell Biology on Monday.

Aug 27 09:33

Trump: The Problem is Not Guns, It is Mental Illness

“This isn’t a gun problem, this is a mental problem,” Trump said. “It’s not a question of the laws, it’s really the people.”

“In the old days they had mental institutions for people like this because he was really, definitely borderline and definitely would have been and should have been institutionalized,” Trump told CNN. “At some point somebody should have seen that, I mean the people close to him should have seen it.”

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Aug 27 09:26

Virginia gunman was told by TV station to seek medical attention, memos say

Vester Flanagan, the gunman who killed two journalists in Virginia, was told by his bosses to seek medical help after colleagues at the television station where he worked with his victims repeatedly complained about him, according to memos obtained by the Guardian.

Flanagan, who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound later on Wednesday, was reprimanded for “lashing out” at a colleague and for his “harsh language” and “aggressive body language” while working as a reporter.

By then he had been told to contact employee assistance professionals at the company Health Advocate. “This is a mandatory referral requiring your compliance,” Dennison told Flanagan on 30 July 2012. “Failure to comply will result in termination of employment.”

Aug 27 08:39

Russia interested in Iran’s Drone Technology

On Wednesday, Manouchehr Manteqi, head of Iranian Aviation Industries Organization, while visiting Russian Aviation Exhibition MAKS 2015 near Moscow, said: “Islamic Republic is known as an advanced country in the field of building unmanned air-born vehicles (UAV). Russian counterparts showed their interests in the transfer of Iranian drone technology.”

In October 2013, Brig-General Farzad Esmayeeli, Commander of Iran’s Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base, presented an Iranian-made model of American ScanEagle, to Lt. General Viktor Bondarev, Russian Air Force Commander.

In November 2014, Iran carried out test run of the American version of the RQ-170 drone with the capability of bombing and reconnaissance missions. One of the RQ-170, America’s top unmanned surveillance aircraft, was brought-down by Iranian military engineers by jamming its control while taking-off from US military base in Afghanistan in December 2011.

Aug 27 08:01

After polluting a large river with toxic heavy metals, EPA says 'climate change' is what's affecting 'kids and communities'

Just one week after workers from her agency "accidentally" released about three million gallons of heavy metal-laden sludge down the Animas River in Colorado, sending arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury into drinking water supplies that serve millions of people throughout the Southwest, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy had the gall to stand before a Washington, D.C., think tank and declare that the biggest threat to our children and communities is "climate change."

McCarthy gushed on and on during her rant about how "everything and everyone we love" is being affected by climate change, and that it's "one of the most important issues that we face." Meanwhile, a massive, sickly, yellow-tinged plume of industrial waste from Colorado's Gold King Mine near Silverton continues to weave its way throughout Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and California, the direct result of EPA contract workers who allegedly released the toxic flow by mistake.

Aug 27 03:22

Hurricane Katrina Represents A Failure to Communicate

On September 14, 2005, the 9/11 Public Discourse Project issued a report asserting that the response to Hurricane Katrina was a classic failure in command and control. It found no unity of command—or more specifically, no one in charge and no unified incident reporting system to coordinate efforts of local, state and federal agencies.

Aug 27 00:29

Robots will cut 25% of US jobs in 4 years, transform workforce – report

The encroachment of self-help kiosks and grocery store scanners has led doomsayers to suggest automation threatens the workforce of the future. A new report argues it will create new business sectors and new jobs as well.

By studying large companies in various industries, from Delta Airlines Inc. to Whole Foods Market Inc., as well as many startups, analysts have forecast that automation will erase 22.7 million jobs by 2025, or 16 percent of today’s total.

Aug 26 19:24

S-500 Prometheus

Originated From:Russia
Possessed By:Russia
Range:500-600km
Basing:Land, Mobile
Status:Development
In Service:2013/2014 (expected)

Russia is currently developing the S-500 mobile surface-to-air missile system, which was announced to be deployed in 2013. The S-500 will be an upgraded version of the S-400. It will fulfill air defense and ballistic missile defense missions.

Aug 26 19:01

NASA's Dawn spacecraft sends remarkable images of Ceres

NASA's Dawn spacecraft has delivered the closest-yet views of the dwarf planet Ceres.
The US space agency on Tuesday released a set of new images that provide us the closest look yet at what's happening on the surface of the dwarf planet.
The latest pictures provided by Dawn show the small world's features in unprecedented detail, including Ceres' tall, conical mountain; crater formation features and narrow, braided fractures, said NASA.

Aug 26 16:55

Syria Shoots Down Israeli Warplane F-16 Bomber, Using Russian S-300 Air Defense System

Yesterday, Friday, August 21, 2015 in the early hours, Damascus time, an Israeli US made F-16 fighter-bomber, flew into Syrian airspace brazenly and fired at Brigade 68 and, then, turned and flew back toward Brigade 90 in Qunaytra in order to insure a safe landing in occupied Palestine if the aircraft was struck. It was struck. An SA-9 from the Iftiraas Air Defense Base and an SA-2 near the Khalkhaala AB were fired. But, the technical wizardry was most on display when an S-300 (SA-10 “Grumble) super-air-defense missile was fired from the Republican Guard base near the Mazza AB at the foot of Qaasiyoon Mountain west of Damascus. This was done so that the F-16’s electronic countermeasures would first fix on the SA-2 and SA-9 while the S-300 plowed forward to exterminate the vermin inside the Israeli aircraft. The S-300 vaporized the Israeli bomber.

Aug 26 16:44

Russia, Egypt support forming anti-ISIS coalition with Syria - Putin

Russia and Egypt support the creation of a broad anti-terrorist coalition, which would include Syria, to fight Islamic State militants, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a joint media conference with his Egyptian counterpart Abdel el-Sisi.

“We underline the fundamental importance of the formation of a broad anti-terrorist front involving key international players and regional countries, including Syria,” Putin said on Wednesday.

He also announced plans to increase grain deliveries to Egypt. Plans for Russia to participate in the developing of Egypt’s grain infrastructure were also discussed by the heads of state.

Grain deliveries from Russia to Egypt amounted to 4 million tons in 2014, which is 40% of Egypt’s total demand, Putin noted. In 2014, there was an 86% increase in bilateral trade compared to 2013, reaching $5.5 billion.

Aug 26 16:32

9/11 Survivor Known as 'Dust Lady' in Iconic Photo Dies from Stomach Cancer at 42

Many remember the haunting photograph: A woman wearing business attire and pearls is covered head-to-toe in white dust, her hands held out helplessly before her, as she makes her way out of the World Trade Center's damaged North Tower on September 11, 2001.

Aug 26 14:37

National Cancer Institute Quietly Confirms Cannabis Can Cure Cancer

Apparently the left hand of this government doesna know what the right hand is doing, or more likely doesn't want to know. With the easy prey of grabbing marijuana users in most states and locking them up in prisons for cheap labor while destroying families, there’s little motivation to curb that racket by dropping marijuana out of its DEA Schedule 1 Controlled Substance rating.

Aug 26 14:33

Limiting Saturated Fat Has No Benefit on Health, But Limiting Trans Fats Is Another Story

The science that saturated fat alone causes heart disease is non-existent and more health experts and scientists have finally exposed the myth. According to an analysis of over 100 studies of dietary fat and cardiovascular health, saturated fats are not the problem, but trans fats are.

Aug 26 12:36

WHAT IF YOUR NAKED EYE COULD SEE WIFI SIGNALS?

In order to show you cell phone signals, the Architecture of Radio app parses wireless tower locations via OpenCellID, a ground mind mapping of cell towers. It uses NASA and JPL’s Ephemeris software to zero in on the locations of in-orbit satellites. There are hidden signals all around us. We can’t see them, but they, in a manner of speaking, can “see” us.

Aug 26 12:35

Russian-German experiment to control robots with the ISS will be extended

Russian-German experiment "Kontur-2" in management of robots from the board of the International space station (ISS) will be expanded.
Today at the aerospace show MAKS "Roscosmos" and the German space Agency DLR agreed to extend the experiment, a corresponding agreement was signed.
Before signing "Kontur-2" included 8 twenty minute sessions, during which the cosmonaut must work out various measures to control ground robots. Two sessions of this series took place on 20 August. Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko from the ISS, moving with a speed of 8 km/s, learned how to block the light bulbs in the terrestrial laboratories, controlling the robot - a Hyper-redundant manipulator "Surikat". Thanks to the special design of the joystick, which was in the hand of the cosmonaut and compensated signal delay, Kononenko first in the world could feel the movement of the robot and its contact with the environment.

Aug 26 11:53

EU agency opens investigation into HPV vaccine after shot damages thousands of families

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has launched a probe into the highly controversial HPV vaccination program following thousands of reports of young girls falling seriously ill after getting jabbed. Per the Swedish news source Svenska Dagbladet (SvD), the European Union's version of the Food And Drug Administration (FDA) launched the investigation to determine whether or not the safety claims associated with Gardasil and Cervarix, the two HPV vaccines currently in circulation, are actually legitimate.

Aug 26 11:53

No benefit of omega-3 supplements for cognitive decline, study shows

While some research suggests that a diet high in omega-3 fatty acids can protect brain health, a large clinical trial by researchers at the National Institutes of Health found that omega-3 supplements did not slow cognitive decline in older persons. With 4,000 patients followed over a five-year period, the study is one of the largest and longest of its kind. It was published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Aug 26 11:23

NYT calls out Coca-Cola’s harmful junk food science while ignoring Monsanto’s fraudulent GMO science

The New York Times recently published an in-depth article on one of its blogs exposing the Coca-Cola Company’s efforts to promote flawed science downplaying the importance of cutting calories — particularly empty calories — in order to lose weight. The company has been enlisting scientists to push the discredited idea that how much you eat doesn’t matter when it comes to losing weight as long as you exercise enough.

Aug 26 11:14

Russia, Europe agree on developing ExoMars project

Russia’s Federal Space Corporation (Roscosmos) and the European Space Agency (ESA) have signed an agreement on further developing the ExoMars project, Roscosmos spokesman Igor Burenkov said on Wednesday.
Both agencies also preliminarily agreed a schedule of lunar missions, the Roscosmos spokesman said.
Certain political tension exists today between Russia, Europe and America over the Ukraine events and the ESA considers it important to develop and strengthen cooperation in the space sphere, ESA Head Johann-Dietrich Woerner said.
The agreement on implementing the ExoMars joint program was signed in March 2013. The mission’s first orbital spacecraft under the project is expected to be launched in early 2016, after which a Mars robotic vehicle will be dispatched. It is expected to touch the Martian surface in 2018.

Aug 26 11:07

INDIA - ISRO prepares for GSLV-D6 rocket's launch tomorrow. Stunning pics.

GSLV-D6 is the ninth flight of India's Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV). It is also the fifth developmental flight of GSLV. This is the third time the indigenously developed Cryogenic Upper Stage (CUS) is being carried on-board during a GSLV flight. GSLV-D6 flight is significant since it intends to continue the testing of CUS. GSLV is designed to inject 2 ton class of communication satellites into Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO).

GSLV-D6 will be launched from the Second Launch Pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR (SDSC SHAR), Sriharikota.

GSLV-D6 will launch 2117 kg GSAT-6, an advanced communication satellite, into a GTO. GSAT-6 will provide S-band communication services in the country. After reaching GTO, GSAT-6 will use its own propulsion system to reach its final geostationary orbital home and will be stationed 0 at 83 East longitude.

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I wish them luck!

Aug 26 10:53

California home school interest surges as parents look to sidestep vaccine law

With the passage of a new law this summer mandating vaccines for schoolkids in California, home school advocates and organizations say they are seeing surging interest in off-campus education options that would exempt them from the requirement.

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"No! You will NOT teach your own children. We, the almighty government will teach them. We will decide what they eat. We will decide what medications they must take! you have nothing to say about it! Those children are the property of the US Government, dammit!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Aug 26 10:50

Tropical Storm IGNACIO

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Another hurricane aimed at us?!? Maybe we need to sacrifice a tourist into the volcano or something! :)

Aug 26 09:15

Adults Targeted as Federal Government Prepares to Track the Unvaccinated

During the National Vaccine Advisory Committee’s (NVAC) February meeting, American adults were put on notice by Big Brother that non-compliance with federal vaccine recommendations will not be tolerated. Public health officials have unveiled a new plan to launch a massive nationwide vaccination promotion campaign involving private business and non-profit organizations to pressure all adults to comply with the adult vaccination schedule approved by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).1

Aug 26 08:40

The Insidious Relationship between The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Big Pharma

I’ve been writing and speaking about dangerous medical drugs for almost 30 years, and I haven’t seen any limits placed on the basic FDA-Pharma partnership. This isn’t case of seeing a) government or b) corporations as the basic criminal. They’re both criminals, in collaboration with each other.

In a half-sane society, the big drug companies would have been prosecuted to the sky long ago. Their charters to do business in any state would have been revoked. Their CEOs, executives, and scientists would have been put behind bars for life. Even a limited federal government would have done that.

Here is where I’m in accord with Libertarians: people have the right and the freedom to refuse medication, under any circumstances, even where the experts claim death will be the inevitable outcome. And people have the right to ingest any compounds they decide might help them.

Aug 26 08:07

Fracking triggered 2014 earthquake in northeastern B.C.

Fracking triggered a 4.4-magnitude earthquake in northeastern B.C. last year, CBC News has learned, making it one of world's largest earthquakes ever triggered by the controversial process.

B.C.'s Oil and Gas Commission confirmed the cause of the earthquake in an email statement to CBC this week, saying it was "triggered by fluid injection during hydraulic fracturing."

The 4.4-magnitude quake was felt in Fort St. John and Fort Nelson in August 2014. It was preceded by a 3.8-magnitude earthquake in late July, also caused by fracking.

B.C.'s Oil and Gas Commission told CBC that several companies were doing hydraulic fracturing in the area at the time, and several more were disposing of fracking waste.

But the commission says it was Progress Energy's operations that were "associated with triggering this event."

Aug 26 07:03

CARBON-CREDIT SCHEME LINKED TO INCREASED GREENHOUSE-GAS PRODUCTION

Production of trifluoromethane (HFC-23) and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) increased at some Russian factories after a carbon-credit scheme was introduced. Factories in Russia increased their production of industrial waste products and then claimed millions of carbon credits for destroying them after an international trading scheme went into effect.

Aug 25 22:59

A message to Libertarians about the FDA

Libertarians see big government as an obstruction to a free-market economy.

Some Libertarians believe the FDA is unnecessarily restraining commerce by driving up the cost of drugs and slow-tracking the approval of new drugs.

This is not how the game works. The FDA has clients, and those clients are the drug companies. On the whole, the FDA speeds up its drug approvals and thereby unleashes a torrent of toxic compounds on the public, killing, at a conservative estimate, 100,000 Americans every year, or a million Americans per decade.

Aug 25 22:36

Answering 'Resistance From All Sides,' Germany Moves to Ban GMO Crops

Germany on Monday became the latest country in the European Union to take a stand against genetically modified (GMO) crops in its food supply.

German Agriculture Minister Christian Schmidt told government officials that he will seek to implement the European Union's "opt-out" rule to stop GMO crop cultivation in the country, including those varieties which may be approved by the EU, according to documents seen by Reuters this week.

Aug 25 20:04

Which Smartphones are Closest to the Maximum Legal Radiation Level?

Waking Times

It’s common knowledge that smartphones emit radiation, even though the argument continues regarding just how dangerous this radiation is to the human body. The SAR metric – Specific Absobtion Rate – is the rate at which radiation from a phone is absorbed into the body. The maximum allowed by the US FCC is 1.6 watts per kilogram of flesh. So which phones are closest to meeting this maximum legal radiation level? Here you’ll find which phones give off the highest radiation and how some of the newest phones stack up.

Aug 25 15:57

Germany follows Scotland's example with move to ban all GM crops and opt out of EU approvals

Germany has reportedly begun taking steps towards banning the use of all genetically modified crops.

New rules will allow individual member states to block farmers from using GM organisms, even if the variety has been approved on an EU-wide basis.

Scotland became the first country to opt out of bloc-wide GM licence, a move it said was needed to preserve the country’s “clean and green brand”.

Germany’s agriculture minister has reportedly now said his country wants to follow suit. In a letter seen by the Reuters news agency, Christian Schmidt said Germany will persist with its previously-announced ban on all GM crops.

Aug 25 14:57

Manjaro Installation Media

Welcome to the official Manjaro Linux ISO-image page. Here you will find the latest releases for download as ISO images.

Both 32 and 64 bit versions of Manjaro are available in the following flavours (i.e. with the following desktop environments pre-installed):XFCE KDE NET GNOME LXDE MATE and more…
XFCE is the best desktop. Manjaro is a flavor of Arch Linux.

Aug 25 12:38

Pennsylvania Family Deals With Water Contamination Linked to Fracking Industry

The Chichura family has flammable well water, most likely due to a fracking job gone wrong in Pennsylvania's Susquehanna County. Their water well, along with those of four of their neighbors, was allegedly contaminated with methane in the fall of 2011, shortly after Cabot Oil started drilling operations near their home.

Aug 25 10:19

Is China Getting the Greek Treatment?

As China's stock market tumble precipitates a worldwide crash, we revisit this prescient 2011 article entitled "Illuminati Will Burst China's Bubble":
(from 28/12/11)
by David Richards
(henrymakow.com)

The mainstream media generally portray the US as a dying giant and China as an unstoppable rising power.

And yet, both countries have virtually the same debt-to-GDP levels. The US has $15 trillion worth of debt and a GDP of just over $14 trillion, while China has a GDP of $5.8 trillion and debts of $5.7 trillion.

Aug 25 09:30

The airport spiking food with 'happy hormones'

Checking in at the airport can be a a dispiriting experience, especially when you factor in delays and long lines to get through security.

London's Gatwick Airport wants to help take the pain out of travel, and has a remedy in the form of 'happy meals' rich in mood-enhancing hormones.

Restaurants at the airport have updated their menus to include dishes designed to put travelers in a better mood. Frankie and Benny's, for example, has added a salmon citrus salad that promises to improve brain function, while Lebanese chain Comptoir's falafel and fattoush salad is meant to keeps blood sugar levels steady.

Aug 25 09:10

CONSUMER REPORTS STUDY FINDS THAT NEARLY ALL GROUND BEEF SOLD IN AMERICA HAS FECES IN IT

The megalithic federal bureaucracy known as the U.S. Department of Agriculture is made up of 100,000 employees who are stationed at 4,500 locations across the country. Their mission statement, in part, reads “to promote agriculture production that better nourishes Americans.” A recent study by Consumer Reports, however, shows that nourishing Americans consists of feeding them deadly superbugs, food poisoning pathogens, and feces

Aug 25 07:44

STUPID: Washington Post claims omega-3s are useless; science shows they improve diabetes, brain health and more

Whenever there's an opportunity to mock and discredit the health benefits of nutrition, the mainstream media is right there, ready to pounce. If nutrition can be made out to be confusing and irrelevant to well being, then the public will dismiss it altogether, gravitating toward a life of junk food and pill popping that is advertised at every turn.

Aug 25 07:38

The Corporate Push for Mandatory Vaccines in Canada Begins

As American legislators remain embroiled in draconian measures to enforce mandatory vaccination, leaders of Canada’s largest doctors’ group are calling for the same policies under heavy influence by the American Medical Association to change the way medicine is practiced in Canada.

There are more Medical Doctors Opposing Forced Vaccinations around the world.

Aug 25 06:36

Radioactive Chaos: Japan’s Nuclear War On Truth

By Richard Wilcox PhD

“To him who looks upon the world rationally, the world in its turn presents a rational aspect. The relation is mutual.” – GWF Hegel

Although there are ongoing dangers at Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant #1 (FNPP#1) which continues to leak radiation into the air and water, it is often forgotten that by far the worst devastation from the accident occurred at the time of the triple meltdowns in the week of the 3/11 (March 11, 2011) earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The radiation from that event is still lingering in the local environment and will be here for hundreds of years. The corium is emitting massive radiation which makes it impossible for human workers to remove it for safer storage...

Aug 24 19:39

Shona Banda Drug Arrest: A Prime Case for Jury Nullification

RonPaulLibertyReport

A mother who treated debilitating Crohn's disease with cannabis oil finds herself facing three decades in prison for the "crime" of using unapproved medicine. Her child was taken away by the authorities and is now in the "care" of the state. What an example of the insanity of the drug war!

Aug 24 19:36

Kansas marijuana advocate Shona Banda pleads not guilty

Law enforcement and Kansas Department of Children and Families officials started investigating Banda after her 11-year old son said “my mom smokes ... a lot!”

In an interview with Banda last month, Banda talked about how cannabis oil has helped her cope with her Crohn’s disease when she said other medical remedies did not.

Banda wrote a book about her marijuana use to treat her disease called, “Live Free or Die: Reclaim Your Life ... Reclaim Your Country!”

Aug 24 15:02

Hydrogen House project

Hydrogen House Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to the pursuit of clean and renewable solutions to help meet the world's increasing energy demand. Inventor Mike Strizki founded the organization to educate the public while conducting research on hydrogen and other clean energy technologies.

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Website of today's radio show guest!

Aug 24 13:57

What Are Over-the-Counter Drugs Doing to Your Brain?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Are you an OTC drug junkie? Frankly, most folks today are because they are dealing with some sort of ailment or even a chronic condition. Do you think because you can purchase OTC drugs in pharmacies that they don’t cause harm to your body? Well, maybe trusting healthcare consumers need to think twice before picking up another OTC pharmaceutical.

There’s a classification of drugs called anticholinergics, which included numerous OTC products such as antihistamines, antidepressants, and even bladder control drugs...

Aug 24 13:07

Japanese spacecraft docks with International Space Station

Japan’s unmanned cargo spacecraft Kounotori has successfully docked with the International Space Station (ISS). No extraordinary situations were registered during the docking, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency reported on Monday.
The cargo spacecraft docked with the help of Canada’s Canadarm robotized manipulator as the Japanese space vehicle is not equipped with a special system and cannot independently rendezvous with the space station.
The docking operation was carried out by Japanese astronaut Kimiya Yui who had come to the ISS in late July as part of an international crew aboard Russia’s Soyuz TMA-17M carrier rocket.

Aug 24 12:50

Monsanto secretly gave legal defense money to GMO farmer who contaminated neighbor's organic farm

Global biotech and agricultural giant Monsanto lent financial support to a West Australian farmer who was being sued by a neighbor over alleged cross-contamination of the latter's organic crops, company officials have said.

Aug 24 10:05

Disconnected is the new security feature: How hyperconnectivity is dangerous to human civilization

In the age of hyperconnectivity, people have access to a sea of information with the click of a mouse. While the internet has radically changed how information is disseminated, it has also made it increasingly difficult to protect one's privacy. The internet has become the backbone of the world's infrastructure, which has caused many people to question its safety.

Aug 24 07:51

Reno County Health Department says the majority of whooping cough cases were found in vaccinated individuals

A majority of the people coming down with whooping cough in Reno County, Kansas, were vaccinated against the disease, according to the county's health department. A spokesperson for Hutchinson Schools took it further, noting that every case he had seen was in a vaccinated child.

Reno County is in the midst of an outbreak of whooping cough, also known as pertussis. As of July 31, there had been 41 cases considered confirmed or probable and more than 70 suspected cases. There were about 200 confirmed or probable cases statewide.

Aug 24 07:16

Power of Monsanto: Shareholder Meeting Had More Cops, Arrests Than Votes for GMO Labels

First, it was readily apparent that the company has no intention of taking steps to label genetically modified (GM) foods, and any such proposals by shareholders do not stand a chance of being voted through.

Second, Monsanto's power doesn't end outside of their boardroom… at least two dozen on-duty police were on hand to "control" the 30-40 peaceful protestors in favor of mandatory GM labeling. As Daily RFT reported:1

"…two things were clear: mandatory GMO labels aren't happening any time soon, and the police have Monsanto's back."

Aug 24 07:11

Gaze at this Single Picture and You’ll Never Eat GMOs Again

Featured in a 300-plus photographic showcase in the annual exhibit of the Argentine Photojournalists Association (Argra) is an image of Lucas Techeira that is haunting. The child shows on his skin just how devastating the spraying of glyphosate on the world’s crops can be. I challenge you to visit this pictorial and not be concerned of pesticides on our food.

Aug 24 06:58

How One Researcher Helped Bring Organic Labeling Policy to the U.S.

By Melissa de Witte

Organic is everywhere. Since the early 1970s, the label has moved from an agricultural outlier to the American mainstream, from the local farmers market to chain stores.

Thanks in large part to UC Santa Cruz alumnus Mark Lipson (Merrill, ‘81, environmental studies), American consumers today can better trust what they eat is organically grown and farmers know alternative ways to produce and market their crops. For more than 30 years, Lipson has diligently upheld the organic label’s integrity. He advocated for its acceptance in an era when organics was on the fringe and pushed for ethical standards when its boom was exploited...

Aug 24 06:42

Pesticides in Paradise: Hawaii’s Spike in Birth Defects Puts Focus on GM Crops

Pediatrician Carla Nelson remembers catching sight of the unusually pale newborn, then hearing an abnormal heartbeat through the stethoscope and thinking that something was terribly wrong.

The baby was born minutes before with a severe heart malformation that would require complex surgery. What worried her as she waited for the ambulance plane to take the infant from Waimea, on the island of Kauai, to the main children’s hospital in Honolulu, on another Hawaiian island, was that it was the fourth one shehad seen in three years.

In all of Waimea, there have been at least nine in five years, she says, shaking her head. That’s more than 10 times the national rate, according to analysis by local doctors.

Aug 24 06:41

US media blackout: French oppose vaccines

By Jon Rappoport

Get used to it. We live in an Orwellian landscape. When there is a really serious story that needs to be censored, it is. It gets little or no play. It’s buried.

And vaccines is one of those stories.

Here, from thevaccinereaction.org, is a shocker: “The French National Debate on Vaccines,” by Marco Caceres, August 19...

Aug 24 05:41

Pesticides in paradise: Hawaii's spike in birth defects puts focus on GM crops

Pediatrician Carla Nelson remembers catching sight of the unusually pale newborn, then hearing an abnormal heartbeat through the stethoscope and thinking that something was terribly wrong.

The baby was born minutes before with a severe heart malformation that would require complex surgery. What worried her as she waited for the ambulance plane to take the infant from Waimea, on the island of Kauai, to the main children’s hospital in Honolulu, on another Hawaiian island, was that it was the fourth one shehad seen in three years.

In all of Waimea, there have been at least nine in five years, she says, shaking her head. That’s more than 10 times the national rate, according to analysis by local doctors.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Politicians and judges can be paid off; it is a small price to pay for the huge profits corporations make from GMO crops.

And the people of Kauai have absolutely no choice in the matter; what they get are illnesses, and genetic deformations from cancer-causing glyphosate.

When you vote and nothing changes, you are not living in a representative democracy at all; this is what has happened both to Kauai and the US in general.

Aug 23 18:43

Why Has The Government Stopped Reporting Lake Mead Water Levels?

For months we have been warning that "Vegas is screwed" as water levels continue to plunge in its most crucial reservoirs. Non-government experts are waving red flags that something must be done (and even NASA scientists fear the worst) while the government remains quiet. And then just 3 months ago, Lake Mead water levels mysteriously plunged to levels that were perilously close to emergency for Vegas water supply, then quickly reverted after the government confirmed that a malfunctioning indicator was at fault.

Now, we note, having given them time to 'fix' whatever problem there may be, Lake Mead water levels have not been reported since July 9th - six weeks??!!

Aug 23 17:58

Clean Food Is A Dangerous Fad,

More Likely To Make You Ill Than Healthy

Webmaster addition: BULL BISCUITS!

Aug 23 16:35

Libreoffice 5 review

How much should you pay for a full suite of office applications? The nightmare scenario for Microsoft is that the answer to this is “nothing”, and LibreOffice is one of the products making that nightmare more of a reality.

LibreOffice is a free, open-source office suite that includes a word processor, a spreadsheet and presentation software. It’s derived from the old OpenOffice code base but is much improved over it and its successor products. And, as you’d expect from an open-source product, it’s available on a range of platforms: Windows, Linux, OS X, and (of course) anything you can get the source code to compile on yourself.

Aug 23 14:46

CDC vaccine whistleblower: the silence that kills

By Jon Rappoport

It’s now been a year since William Thompson, long-time CDC researcher, publicly admitted he concealed evidence that indicted the MMR vaccine for its connection to autism...

During this past year, mainstream reporters and defenders of the realm have taken two approaches: silence; and vague claims that Thompson’s statements are false.

Both of these approaches are slimy and disingenuous, because the man we want to hear from is Thompson himself. And we have not...

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