Nov 10 13:43

How Toxic Are 3D-Printed Objects? (VIDEO)

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside Bourns College of Engineering found zebrafish embryos die at alarming rates when exposed to certain 3D printed materials.

Nov 10 13:15

Health department confirms dengue fever case in East Oahu

The state Department of Health has confirmed case of dengue fever in East Oahu.

Officials say the person likely caught it while on a trip to Southeast Asia. It’s a different strain than the one in the Hawaii Island outbreak.

Nov 10 13:14

New Map Shows Hawaii Island-Wide Dengue Fever Cases

A new map has been posted by the Hawaii Department of Health confirming that the dengue fever outbreak is indeed an island-wide problem.

Nov 10 12:21

Swarn of quakes hits northern Oklahoma. Fracking?

Nov 10 11:49

US Echoes USSR: A Mortality Crisis for White Working Class Males

New statistics show mortality for middle aged male whites in the US without a college degree is steadily climbing - just as it did in the last decades of the Soviet Union. Does it spell the beginning of the end for the USA just as it did for the USSR?

Nov 10 10:57

Americans become increasingly aggressive because of antidepressants and heavy metals

Americans suffer from various forms of psychosis due to prescribed drugs and heavy metals in water and air. The level of aggression and cruelty in the US society has been growing lately, because the current generation of Americans is much more affected by neurotoxins than the preceding generation... Heavy metals, such as lead and mercury, cause brain damage and behavioral disorders. Psychiatric drugs are actually meant to change the function of the brain. In a nutshell, if they break the chemical balance in your brain, it means that they work as intended. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, antidepressants are among the three most prescribed classes of medications. Almost all antidepressants can also increase the risk of suicidal thoughts and behavior. A recent study in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry found that more than 67 percent of those taking antidepressants, did not meet the criteria for major depressive disorders.

Nov 10 10:18

Pentagon ‘gay’ rape debacle: Report alleging male-on-male sexual trauma retracted

The American Psychological Association has taken the extraordinary step of retracting an in-house journal article that asserted the rate of rape and other sexual trauma among military men was as much as 15 times higher than the Pentagon’s own survey.

In a press released posted Sunday night, the APA said outside scholars had examined the study, “Preliminary Data Suggest Rates of Male Sexual Trauma May be Higher than Previously Reported,” and determined that the method for randomly selecting and surveying male combat veterans was flawed.

Nov 10 10:11


“Adults over 30 are less happy than their predecessors,” concludes a study published online Thursday in the journal Social Psychology and Personality Science, which examined happiness data from more than 50,000 adults, gleaned from the General Social Survey, carried out by NORC at the University of Chicago, a nonpartisan, independent research organization, which has collected information about American adults since 1972.

Nov 10 10:05


Every year about four million newborns in the U.S. get a heel prick at birth, to screen for congenital disorders, that if found early enough, can save their life. Danielle Gatto barely remembers the nurse even mentioning test performed on her two daughters. “I don’t think that any woman is in a state of mind to sit down and start studying up on the literature they send you home with,” she said.

Nov 10 09:51

Mammograms decried as nearly useless... by doctors!

Shortly after the American Cancer Society (ACS) announced changes to its mammogram recommendations, saying that women of average risk should start getting them at the age of 45 instead of the previously-recommended age of 40, a study has come out suggesting that mammograms may not necessarily be effective in the first place. (1,2)

Published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), doctors from prestigious areas such s Dartmouth Medical School and the University of Connecticut Health Center have noted that breast cancer screening does not help prevent serious and advanced cases of cancer; in fact, they've likely already spread beyond the breast when they are discovered during a mammogram and have probably even remained stable for decades. The finding involved assessing breast cancer statistics going as far back as the 1970s to more current times.

Nov 10 09:34

Hospitals could soon be covered in COPPER to ward off diseases: Metal kills deadly bacteria in minutes

Germ-busting copper could be the next weapon in the fight against deadly respiratory diseases such as pneumonia in hospitals.

The bug can survive for five days on everyday items such as tiles, glass, rubber and stainless steel, but 'antimicrobial copper' can kill it within a few minutes.

Now light switches, door handles and other surfaces could be replaced by copper, or copper alloys such as brass, after a study confirmed the metal's antibacterial properties.

Nov 10 08:54

How To Build Your Own Perfect Bug Out Bag

By Gaye Levy

For years, my bug out bag has languished in a closet, stuffed to the gills with the gear that I “thought” I might need if forced to flee my home following a disruptive event. My bag, as precious as it was, weighed over 40 pounds and the zippers were to the point of bursting. It was full of gear to cover every contingency I could think of.

How did this happen?...

Nov 10 08:13

Series of earthquakes hit Sumatra prompting fears of possible tsunamis, Indonesia

A series of earthquakes has been recorded along the Indonesian island of Sumatra on November 8, 2015 prompting fears of possible tsunamis in the region. The strongest so far measured M6.4 on the Richter scale as registered by the USGS.

Nov 10 07:30

Feds Used Monsanto-Funded Studies To Determine Glyphosate-Containing Weedkillers Are Safe

By Amanda Froelich

Despite a number of studies concluding glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, to be toxic to the environment, wildlife, and human health, the Environmental Protection Agency concluded earlier this year that it is not an endocrine disruptor...

Nov 10 02:52

The New York Times’ 9/11 Propaganda

The New York Times led the propaganda behind 9/11 and the 9/11 Wars. It did so by ignoring many of the most relevant facts, by promoting false official accounts, and by belittling those who questioned the 9/11 events. The Times eventually offered a weak public apology for its uncritical support of the Bush Administration’s obviously bogus Iraq War justifications. However, it has yet to apologize for its role in selling the official account of 9/11, a story built on just as many falsehoods. Instead, the newspaper continues to propagandize about the attacks while putting down Americans who seek the truth about what happened.

The New York “newspaper of record” has published many articles that promote official explanations for the events of 9/11. These have included support for the Pancake Theory, the diesel fuel theory for WTC 7, claims based on the torture testimony of an alleged top al Qaeda leader, and accounts of NORAD notification and response to the hijackings. Since then, U.S. authorities have said that none of those explanations were true. However, the Times never expressed regret for reporting the misleading information.

Nov 09 21:39

Chinese and Russian Radars On Track To See Through U.S. Stealth

A growing trend in Russian and Chinese radar could make U.S. stealth fighters easier to see and — more importantly — easier to target for potential adversaries, a former senior U.S. Navy official told USNI News.

U.S. fighters — like the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lighting II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) — are protected by stealth technology optimized for higher frequency targeting radars but not for lower frequency radars.

Until now a focus on higher frequencies have not been a problem because low frequency radars have traditionally been unable to generate “weapons quality tracks.”

Nov 09 18:42

Homes Are Trashed After A Massive Flood Strikes Southern Brazil (6 pics)

The small settlement Bento Rodrigues, in southern Brazil was recently hit by a devastating flood. Two local dams broke causing the area to be flooded and the disaster claimed the lives of 17 people and it also injured over 50 people.

Nov 09 18:40

Giant Black Clouds Bring A Thunderstorm To Sydney (9 pics)

Sydney was recently visited by a massive thunderstorm that came by the way of some of the largest black clouds the area has ever seen. Photographers managed to capture stunning pictures of the clouds as they were rolling in.

Nov 09 18:12

FLASHBACK: New Russian Stealth Aircraft Uses Plasma Screen

MOSCOW -- The Russian aircraft industry has developed and will soon start producing stealth aircraft which will radically differ from existing U.S. models. The Russian version uses plasma screens to cushion and disperse radar waves, the Novye Izvestia daily reports.

The newspaper quoted Anatoly Koroteyev, the head of the Keddysh Research Center as saying that the plasma screen technology can be used on any vehicle " from automobiles to combat aircraft. However, it is most effective at high altitudes and thus is best used by the air force.

Nov 09 17:38

Scientist Offers Monsanto $10M to Prove Him Wrong on Ominous Findings in GMO Soy

By Justin Gardner

Dr. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai is so confident about his research on Monsanto’s genetically modified soy, he is offering to sign over his $10 million building in Cambridge, MA if Monsanto can prove him wrong.

“If this is what it takes to bring the truth to the American people, then I am more than willing to do it,” Ayyadurai stated in a press release...

Nov 09 17:13

Quark solves the problem of War with Economics

Quark, a Ferengi, uses the Third Rule of Acquisition to convince a Vulcan working with the terrorist group, the "Maquis", that peace at any price is illogical.

Nov 09 17:11

Quark They Irradiated Their Own Planet?

The Ferengi are on a higher moral plane than earth bound would be Ferengi's

Snippet from Deep Space 9 "Little Green Men" - Quark crash lands on Earth in the 20th Century and learns the people irradiate their own planet.

Nov 09 16:55

Hillary Clinton’s Vaccine Propaganda

By Brandon Turbeville

In stark contrast to candidate Clinton in 2008 when questions over the safety and effectiveness of vaccines were just coming to the political consciousness of the American people in large numbers, Hillary has now become a vocal cheerleader of Big Pharma and vaccinations...

Nov 09 16:25

Neurosurgeon had brain-computer interface installed in his own head

Neurosurgeon Phil Kennedy, a pioneer in brain-machine interfaces that enable "locked-in" patients to control computers with their minds, is trying to build a system that will translate imagined speech into computer speech so that severely paralyzed people could "talk" just by thinking. He couldn't find the right research subject to work with and even if he did, the FDA, concerned about prior experiments, wouldn't approve his company, Neural Signals, to do more implants. So last year, Kennedy flew to Belize City where a surgeon implanted electrodes in the scientist's own brain. After two very risky surgeries, he was able to start his experiments on his own brain's data.

Nov 09 15:57

Antibiotics taken by hundreds of thousands of people 'more than double the risk of sudden heart deaths'

Research involving 21 million adults shows that a common group of drugs used for pneumonia and skin infections may cause the heart to beat very fast.

The medicines in question are known as macrolides - a class of antibiotic that includes erythromycin, roxithromycin, azithromycin and clarithromycin.

They are commonly used to treat pneumonia, gastroenteritis, whooping cough, skin infections and sexually transmitted diseases including chlamydia.

They are also given to those allergic to penicillin.

However scientists believe they interfere with the electrical activity of the heart causing it to beat at a rate of more than 100 times a minute.

Nov 09 14:45

IV Vitamin C Will Stop Growth Of Aggressive Forms Of Cancer

High-dose vitamin C has been studied as a treatment for patients with cancer since the 1970s. It can completely shut down specific types of tumors. According to a new study from Weill Cornell Medicine investigators, scientists could one day harness vitamin C to develop targeted treatments. Vitamin C has a broad spectrum…

Nov 09 13:26


Tons of people seem (quite rightly) concerned about the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. As we pointed out last week after the final text was finally, released, the agreement has a lot of really big problems. But if you want to understand just how bad the agreement is, perhaps you should just look at the industries that like it. Vox notes that Big Pharma and Hollywood love the agreement while The Intercept notes that Wall Street loves it.

Nov 09 13:10

Health hazards remain obstacle to human travel to Mars - NASA report

Major health risks must be addressed before humans can successfully travel to Mars, according to an new audit conducted by NASA. The US space agency says it is optimistic about resolving those issues by the 2030s.

NASA must focus on addressing major health hazards for humans to make the three-year, round-trip trek to Mars, according to an audit – NASA's Efforts to Manage Health and Human Performance Risks for Space Exploration – led by Paul Martin, NASA's inspector general.

Nov 09 12:06

The TPP and GMOs: what’s so bad about death?

This Globalist treaty will put mega-corporations even further ahead in their efforts to dominate markets and populations.

“The parts of the TPP that cover food safety are especially troubling,” states the watchdog Food and Water Watch:

“’American consumers are pushing to block the use of artificial and potentially risky processes and ingredients, like antibiotics and GMOs, but the TPP could trump these democratic efforts to improve our food supply,’ said [Wenonah] Hauter [Food and Water Watch executive director]… Agribusiness and biotech seed companies can now more easily use trade rules to challenge countries that ban GMO imports, test for GMO contamination, do not promptly approve new GMO crops or even require GMO labeling.”

The majority of Monsanto’s GMO crops are engineered to withstand huge amounts of the pesticide Roundup, and the main ingredient in Roundup is glyphosate, which the World Health Organization now lists as a “probable carcinogen.” As in: cancer.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We live under a corporatocracy that intentionally makes us ill in order to loot more money from us.

Nov 09 11:50

Most of the Glyphosate Sprayed in CA is Applied in Poor Areas

The Center for Biological Diversity, the Center for Environmental Health, El Quinto Sol de America, Californians for Pesticide Reform, the Center for Food Safety and the Pesticide Action Network released a report earlier this week that claims that more than half of the glyphosate sprayed in California is applied to the state’s 8 most impoverished counties.

Nov 09 11:32

Tampons, sterile cotton, sanitary pads contaminated with glyphosate - study

The vast majority ? 85 percent ? of tampons, cotton and sanitary products tested in a new Argentinian study contained glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup herbicide, ruled a likely carcinogen by the World Health Organization.

Meanwhile, 62 percent of the samples tested positive for AMPA, glyphosate's metabolite, according to the study, which was conducted by researchers at the Socio-Environmental Interaction Space (EMISA) of the University of La Plata in Argentina.

All of the raw and sterile cotton gauze analyzed in the study showed evidence of glyphosate, said Dr. Damian Marino, the study's head researcher.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The solution? Sell you a vaccine to protect women from cervical cancer!

Nov 09 10:05

Secret military operations to divert LAX planes for a week

Check the comments and the faves!
Old Hickory MaryEllen DIgregorio • 2 days ago

The constant military "exercises" in US cities are a real problem. The excuse that the military is preparing for urban combat overseas stinks to high heaven. US cities are set up completely different from those in Iraq and Afghanistan. So the only thing the military is practicing is how to occupy American cities.

Dingo Old Hickory • 2 days ago

The entire regime is arming up against The People. Agencies like the EPA and the IRS are buying MACHINE GUNS while "Homeland Security" buys billions of rounds of ammo. By definition that is only going to be used inside the US. Then there is the militarization of local police forces. Training the military to occupy American cities is just another step in the same direction.

Old Hickory Dingo • 2 days ago

Nov 09 10:01


The Center for Biological Diversity, the Center for Environmental Health, El Quinto Sol de America, Californians for Pesticide Reform, the Center for Food Safety and the Pesticide Action Network released a report earlier this week that claims that more than half of the glyphosate sprayed in California is applied to the state’s 8 most impoverished counties

Nov 09 08:52

A legendary breed of wild horse returns to Russia

Zoologists say very few wild horses remain on earth, with the Przewalski horse counting among them. Of the less than 2,000 Przewalski horses left, 300 live in the wild and about 1,500 are in captive breeding programs and zoos. The horse was first identified in 1879 by Russian explorer and naturalist, Nikolai Przhevalskiy (spelled in Polish as Przewalski), during his second expedition to Central Asia. Le Villaret in France is one of the largest natural reserves for these horses. Recently, six Przewalski horses were brought by plane from France to the Russian city of Orenburg as part of a new program to return them to their original habitat. China and Mongolia launched their own reintroduction programs in the early 1990s. Also, a few horses were released, as an experiment, into the exclusion zone near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine. There, they began to actively proliferate despite the radiation.

Nov 09 08:19

Cannabis oil cures terminal cancer in 3-year-old after pharmaceutical drugs fail miserably

The family, fed up with the fact that the only treatment doctors could recommend was chemotherapy--even after little Landon Riddle kept vomiting dozens of times daily and refused to eat after two months of chemo--looked into cannabis oil treatment. After reading up about it online and researching the details, they traveled to Colorado where such a treatment is legal, to help Landon.

"His whole chest was full of leukemia tumors which is why he couldn't breathe," says his mother, Sierra. "They started him on chemo, but told us that he probably wasn't going to make it. We discussed all of our concerns with his medical team in Utah and watched Landon continue to suffer and wither away as the piled on drug after drug." But rather than give in to a death sentence and play into Big Pharma's only recommendation, Landon began cannabis oil treatments. The results have been incredible.

Nov 09 07:54

Frying your food in LARD is healthier because vegetable oils release toxic chemicals when heated says new research

Frying food in lard is healthier because vegetable oils release toxic chemicals which can cause cancer, heart disease and even dementia when heated, new research has found.

Oils rich in polyunsaturated fats, such as sunflower oil and corn oil release high levels of aldehydes, which are linked to various diseases.

And while olive oil appears to be a much better option to avoid this, butter, lard and coconut oil outperform them all.

The findings, based on over 20 years of research, flies in the face of official advice that saturated fats should be avoided and polyunsaturated fats used instead.

Nov 09 07:47

Just ONE energy drink a day may raise the risk of heart problems: Drink causes blood pressure and stress hormones to soar

The drink causes potentially harmful spikes in both stress hormone levels and blood pressure in young people.

Within half an hour of drinking Rockstar, the top selling energy drink in the US, levels of the 'fight or flight' hormone noradrenaline in their blood also increased by almost 74 per cent.

Comparably, when they drank a fake energy drink, levels of the hormone increased by 31 per cent.

Noradrenaline - normally only released in times of stress - increases blood pressure and the heart's ability to contract, and increases arousal and alertness in the brain.

After drinking the energy drink, young people saw their blood pressure increase by 6.4 per cent, compared to just 1 per cent with the fake drink.

Nov 09 07:37

Stronger flu vaccine for 2016 in Australia

A new stronger flu vaccine will be introduced in Australia in 2016 following a record number of cases of the virus this year.

The vaccine will cover four flu strains, instead of the usual three, including two influenza B strains.

Nov 09 06:29

Why So Many Doctors Don't Make Sense

"Many doctors are so completely oriented to fighting disease and ignoring the sick person that, in a catastrophic illness, they often seem to be asking themselves: "How many heroic measures and mutilating operations can be charged to the patient,(or to the insurance company), before death---the final method of consumer resistance---is allowed to intervene? They define a "good" patient as one who accepts their statements and their actions uncritically and unquestioningly. A "bad" patient is one who asks questions to which they do not have the answers, raises problems with which they are uncomfortable, and who does not accept hospital procedures as necessarily wise, useful or intelligent."
(*From: "Cancer As A Turning Point." By: Lawrence LeShan)
Here's a last word I heard somewhere that I feel is an appropos ending:

"To be aware is to beware."

Nov 08 22:46

The Many Marvels of the Mysterious Mushroom

Until 1969, biologists thought mushrooms and other fungi were plants. They’re actually more closely related to animals, but with enough differences that they inhabit their own distinct classification.

This and more recent findings about these mysterious organisms illustrate how much we have yet to learn about the complexities of the natural world. New research reveals mushrooms can even help plants communicate, share nutrients, and defend themselves against disease and pests.

Nov 08 21:05

Japan: 'My Number' national ID law will track vaccination records, link to bank accounts from 2018

The Diet passed a bill Thursday to expand the use of a personal identification number to improve tax collection, despite ongoing concerns over the potential leak of private information and identity theft. Under changes to the so-called My Number system, personal ID numbers can be linked to people’s bank account numbers from 2018. Although such links will be made initially on a voluntary basis, the government is considering making it mandatory from 2021. The amendment will make it easier for the government to discover tax evasion or welfare benefits fraud by having better access to information on people’s assets.

Nov 08 19:04

The Legal and Illegal Drug Cultures in the USA

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Currently, there’s a huge debate about violence, especially firearms violence, in the USA, plus the restriction of gun and other self-defense weapons purchases, which I find amazingly attention-grabbing insofar as there are other causes of deaths that no one really is talking about and, seemingly, doing very little to curb...

Nov 08 14:11

Old West: Mountain Men and Their Weapons

The first Mountain Men began with the first American fur trading expedition led by John Jacob Astor, and explorer and trader who had hoped to cross the continent, one group by land and another by sea, to establish a trading post at the mouth of the Columbia River. The Lewis and Clark Expedition had supplied information useful that helped the Astor party that was guided by William Price Hunt. In February of 1812, the Astor party reached the mouth of the Columbia River where a fort was built and named Astoria, erected by Astor's seamen that arrived months earlier.......

Nov 08 11:12

Officials Secretly Added Cancer-Causing Chemicals to City’s Water Supply

In 2013 and 2014, the City of Sacramento performed a water treatment experiment at the expense of residents of the city “to save money,” according to a local news investigation. Area residents were never informed about the toxic chemical contamination of their water that resulted from the experiment. “Cancer, miscarriages, and birth defects” are the consequences of consuming those chemicals, but the extent to which Sacramento residents are likely to experience these symptoms is not yet known.

Nov 08 10:40


We have good reasons to believe that the loss of this airliner was the result of mid-air high altitude explosive decompression. Problem is: airliners which serve archipelagos must fly to and from airports with high salinity in the air, and make many short flights. Each successive landing produces stresses on the upper part of the body (fuselage) known as “oil-canning”. Such induced stresses, normally in the upper part of the fuselage, have the net result of elongating rivet holes (Orifices) and that, allows the atmospheric salinity to corrode both fasteners, structural members, and skin panels. Bottom line is: it is not the number of years in service, or the miles flown, but rather the number of landings that is at issue as a predictor of potential failure. A classic case of “short legs, and saline atmosphere”. was Aloha Airlines Flight 243, April 28, 1988.(below).

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Apparently these kinds of fuselage blow-outs are not that uncommon! Aviation historians will recall that the first passenger jet, the de Havilland Comet, suffered numerous crashes before it was discovered that a design flaw in the windows led to cracking and explosive decompression. The resulting drop in sales for the Comet was what allowed Boeing to capture the market with the 707.

Nov 08 10:36

Food Costs Soar Most in 3 Years

The effects of El Nino are starting to reach the dinner table, with global food prices rising the most in three years on supply concerns for everything from New Zealand milk to sugar in Brazil and Southeast Asian palm oil, reports Bloomberg. An index of 73 food prices increased 3.9 percent, the biggest jump since July 2012, to 162 in October, the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization wrote in a new report.

Nov 08 10:29

US spends $150mn on questionable recreational drug-related animal tests

US health institutions have cashed in more than $150 million to sponsor 95 experiments on how recreational drugs affect animals – without any apparent scientific benefits, according to a new report by the Taxpayers Protection Alliance and the Animal Justice Project.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But the animals had a good time!

Nov 08 10:25

Monsanto Crops Decimated by Pests – Meanwhile, Nearby Non-GMO Crops Thriving

By Justin Gardner

Monsanto and the biotech industry are relentless in their efforts to push (GM) genetically modified crops on the world, under false pretenses that their products increase yields and reduce the use of chemicals. These claims are not supported by the facts...

Nov 08 10:13

The Manipulation of Our Water Supply and Fracking

By Paul A. Philips

On visiting supermarkets you see them stacked, row after row, brand name upon brand name … we’re spoiled for choices … but it can indeed be quite costly when added up after a while. It’s better to choose the glass option as opposed to plastic which leaches out toxic chemicals such as Bisphenol A which could affect health when taken frequently and long term.

I’m talking about bottled water supplies, which leads to my question, why should we have to buy bottled drinking water?...

Nov 08 10:08

To Doctors and Hospitals, I am a CLIENT, not a "patient."

In late 1989, I was diagnosed with cancer. In 1990, I began calling myself a doctor's "client" rather than his/her "patient."

The reason is that it became so completely apparent to me, subsequent to being dx'd with cancer, and thus spending so much time in doctors' offices and in hospitals, that doctoring and hospitals are undoubtedly Businesses, with a Capital "B."
I do know that Bernard Shaw, whose life spanned both the 19th and the early 20th centuries, had a healthy mistrust of doctors. Here are two two of his (paraphrased) quotations about doctors and doctoring:

1) "One of the worst things about becoming seriously ill is that one must place oneself in the hands of a profession one deeply mistrusts."

2) "While it may be in the best interest of society to give bakers a pecuniary interest in baking bread, it is not at all necessarily in the best interest of society to give surgeons a pecuniary interest in cutting off legs."

Nov 08 07:28

The Environmental Earth-Worship Insanity of Government: 'No Heater Allowed, Even When It's 20 Degrees!'

Almost every retailer whose name you'd recognize and every major shipper, UPS, FEDEX, & all of these big conglomerates without fail have two universal rules: NO WEAPONS whatsoever- not only no firearms, but no knives, no pepper spray, etc. They have a huge fear of guns which is quite distasteful. The second crazy rule they have is NO IDLING. This means that it's forbidden to idle your truck engine while on their property. The same goes for every truck stop in the nation, every rest area, every parking area, etc. They all have NO IDLING signs. These laws are passed under the guide of climate change, Carbon emissions, and environmental protection. if you can't idle and turn on the heater, what are you supposed to do, freeze to death?

Nov 08 01:12

Marsden Fund grants millions to new research projects

Can babies tell what we are thinking? Could it be possible to create a nose capable of out-smelling even a sniffer dog?

Or what about self-healing, sticky, stretchy electronics, or a high-tech way to return centuries old Maori cloaks to the iwi they came from?

These are some of the intriguing questions being answered among 92 new research projects, awarded more than $53 million worth of Marsden Fund grants announced today.

Other highlights of projects to benefit from New Zealand's premier funder of investigator-initiated research include a volcano model dubbed Mount Doom, that will help scientists simulate devastating pyroclastic flows; the science behind the brain drain, and a study examining role of zoos and wildlife sanctuaries in shaping current sustainability practices.

Nov 07 22:54

A Literate American: Home Brew

Fred on the horrible American educational system.

“Detroit Public Schools: 93% Not Proficient in Reading; 96% Not Proficient in Math” Nationwide, only 33 percent of public-school eighth graders scored proficient or better in reading….”

This in the United States? The exceptional nation, shining city on a hill, guiding light of mankind? On and on it goes: the national toleration of the stupid, the inferior, the lazy, and the uncultivated.

“A story: When my elder daughter was barely two, my wife and I came back from a junket to Russia. We were on the sofa looking at a coffee-table book from Moscow when Macon waddled in and began hollering, “Bee! Bee!”.......

Nov 07 22:05

ISIS Forces Routed Near the Christian City of Sadad in East Homs

Last week, the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) captured the imperative town of Maheen inside the Palmyra Triangle; however, as they prepared for a large-scale assault on the predominately Syriac Christian town of Sadad, the terrorist group did not take in account the level of resistance they would face from the Syrian Armed Forces stationed along the Maheen-Sadad Road.
The National Defense Forces and the Syrian Social Nationalist Party quickly struck back against the terrorist group after they forestalled their advance; this led to the pro-government forces recapturing the Maheen-Sadad Checkpoint and several small hilltops that overlook the town of Sadad from the its eastern flank.

Nov 07 21:45

Worldwide Voyage | History of Hokule'a and Polynesian Voyaging

An introduction to the storied Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokule'a and its significance from the Hawaiian Renaissance to today.

Nov 07 16:23

Carter says Russia, China potentially threaten global order

It's not nice to threaten the NWO!

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (AP) -- Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Saturday accused Russia of endangering world order, citing its incursions in Ukraine and loose talk about nuclear weapons, and said the U.S. defense establishment is searching for creative ways to deter Russian aggressive and protect U.S. allies.

Nov 07 16:18

The TPP and GMOs: what’s so bad about death?

By Jon Rappoport

The text of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) has now been published.

This Globalist treaty will put mega-corporations even further ahead in their efforts to dominate markets and populations...

Nov 07 16:02

Despite Whining By Monsanto, Roundup DOES Cause Cancer … and Many Other Diseases

Despite Whining By Monsanto, Roundup DOES Cause Cancer … and Many Other Diseases
Posted on November 7, 2015 by WashingtonsBlog

The World Health Organization is right when it announced recently that Roundup weedkiller – also known as “glyphosate” – probably causes cancer.

In response, Monsanto has been whining that the WHO is wrong.

But Reuters notes:

“There are a number of independent, published manuscripts that clearly indicate that glyphosate … can promote cancer and tumor growth,” said Dave Schubert, head of the cellular neurobiology laboratory at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California. “It should be banned.”

The Salk Institute is one of the world’s top neuroscience facilities:

In 2004, the Times Higher Education Supplement ranked Salk as the world’s top biomedicine research institute, and in 2009 it was ranked number one globally by ScienceWatch in the neuroscience and behavior areas.

Nov 07 13:26

Encryption Might Be the Reason We've Never Heard from Aliens, Says Snowden

. . . . Snowden suggests that a universal need to keep communications secure could mean that alien signals are simply too well encrypted to be distinguished from background noise.

Nov 07 12:06

44 Research-Based Reasons To Ban Or Label GMOs

For twenty years the federal government, through the USDA and FDA, has stated unequivocally that genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) are safe and can help feed the world and save lives. However, over the last two decades independent scientists have brought forth challenges to the prevailing dogma on this important issue. The response…

Nov 07 11:07

Officials Secretly Added Cancer-Causing Chemicals to City’s Water Supply

Officials experimented on the water with a new added chemical to aid in removing sediment, silt, and other impurities in the water supply: aluminum chlorohydrate (ACH). It was due to replace the chemical known as ALUM that was regularly used to take the larger particles out of river water to treat it. Both chemicals weigh down the sediment to make it easily removable.

However, the addition of ACH to the city’s water supply wound up being ineffective as a treatment — so an excessive quantity of chlorine was added to the water, as well.

An astonishing failure, the combination of excess chlorine and aluminum chlorohydrate ended up yielding carcinogenic toxins known as “DBPs” — disinfection byproducts. Specifically, these are in the class of chemicals known as THMs, or Trihalomethanes.

Nov 07 10:06


In the 1950s a group of Soviet scientists was tasked with making the USSR self-sufficient in oil and gas as the Cold War heated up. The first step in their research was to critically investigate all known scientific literature on origins of hydrocarbons. As they looked closely at the so-called fossil fuel theory of oil, they were amazed how unscientific it was. One physicist estimated that for the huge oil that has come out of one giant well, Ghawar, in Saudi Arabia, it would require a block of dead dinosaurs, assuming 100% conversion of meat and bone to oil, that would reach 19 miles wide, deep and high. They soon looked for other explanations for the birth of oil.

Nov 07 09:25

Cops Around The Country Quietly Begin Rebelling Against The Drug War

It is a rare occurrence when police officers in America organize to undermine the very Drug War they vociferously fight for politicians. Police Chief Leonard Campanello of the Gloucester, Massachusetts Police Department, however, did just that earlier this year when he decided to treat — not arrest — heroin addicts who came to his department seeking help. His revolutionary “ANGEL” program has proven successful for addicts and their families in Gloucester, but it has also inspired other departments across the country to adopt similar programs amid growing officer fatigue over the ineffectual arrest and incarceration of addicts.

Nov 07 09:12

2 officers arrested in shooting of 6yo autistic boy in Louisiana, accused of 2nd degree murder

Good! Put them in general population!

Two marshals are facing second-degree murder charges in Louisiana for allegedly killing a six year-old boy and seriously injuring his father during a shooting Tuesday. The state’s police chief called the incident “the most disturbing thing I’ve seen.”

Six year-old Jeremy Mardis, who was autistic, was killed and his father Chris Few was wounded when marshals opened fire on the vehicle they were traveling in Tuesday evening in the central Louisiana town of Marksville.

Nov 07 06:26

When to Say No to Your Doctor

Every time you walk into a physician's office, you run the risk of overtreatment: Tests you don't need, medications that are ineffective (or dangerous), procedures that cause more problems than they solve. In many cases the best thing for your health is to do nothing.

It's been a couple of years, so you decide to see your primary-care physician for a physical.

You feel fine, but it's the responsible thing to do. You get your blood pressure measured and your blood drawn. Within a few days you'll get the lab report that will give you the readout on the amount of cholesterol and sugar in your blood. >>>
You figure it's probably good to get out in front of these things, so you nod yes. Insurance covers it anyway.

Congratulations – you've just stepped onto a conveyor belt pulling you into a broken system that delivers disappointing results at ever-increasing cost.

Nov 06 19:03

Jetpack pilots form up with a giant A380 in an awesome video.

This video is amazing.

It shows Jetman Dubai flying in formation with an Emirates Airbus A380 over Dubai.

Just think what jetpack-equipped pilots will be able to do in the next years, as skydivers will have enough speed to pursuit and intercept fast movers: as we suggested some years ago with a joke, you’ll have your low cost fighter jet solution to face the current financial crisis…

In the meanwhile enjoy this stunning footage of an unusual formation.
Here is how they did it!

Nov 06 17:47

'Alien Megastructure' Update : SETI Telescope Detects No Sign of E.T., but Search Goes On

They're doing it wrong. They need a Speak & Spell.

Nov 06 13:44

Links between Glyphosate and a Multitude of Cancers that are “Reaching Epidemic Proportions”

According to Dave Schubert, head of the cellular neurobiology laboratory at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California:

“There are a number of independent, published manuscripts that clearly indicate that glyphosate… can promote cancer and tumor growth. It should be banned.”

In their recent paper, ‘Glyphosate, pathways to modern diseases IV: cancer and related pathologies’, Anthony Samsel and Stephanie Seneff paper reviewed the research literature to evaluate the carcinogenic potential of glyphosate.

Samsel and Seneff state that epidemiological evidence supports strong temporal correlations between glyphosate usage on crops and a multitude of cancers that are reaching epidemic proportions, including breast cancer, pancreatic cancer, kidney cancer, thyroid cancer, liver cancer, bladder cancer and myeloid leukaemia.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

the current "dark underlords" running Monsanto and Syngenta, and which ever Congressional representatives were hyping the product, in terms of government contracts for the stuff, should be facing criminal persecution at this time, which should also mean long jail sentences for all of them.

This, unfortunately, will only happen when pigs fly, but if there was ever a biochemical crime against humanity, right up there with the use of Agent Orange, it is the continued use of this product.

Nov 06 13:39

Is the USDA silencing scientists on GMO truths?!

Late last year, Jonathan Lundgren, a South Dakota-based entomologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, submitted an article to the scientific journal Naturwissenschaften. It described how clothianidin—one of a controversial class of pesticides called neonicotinoids—harmed monarch butterflies.

Nov 06 13:16

Obama rejects Keystone XL pipeline

President Barack Obama on Friday rejected the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, ending the political fight over the Canada-to-Texas project that has gone on for much of his presidency.

Secretary of State John Kerry concluded the controversial project is not in the country's national security interest, and Obama announced from the White House that he agreed.

Nov 06 12:27

Metro Detroit part of Obamacare sign-up challenge

The White House said on Friday that metro Detroit will be among 20 U.S. communities competing to see which can reduce the percentage of uninsured people the most during the current open enrollment period for coverage under the 2010 Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare.

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Nov 06 12:13

How Monsanto Silences Scientific Critics

Waking Times

A new survey from Pew Research Center states that two-thirds of Americans don’t believe biotech scientists. Why is this exactly?

Nov 06 11:06

Enthusiasts want to prove the veracity of America's Moon landing

A crowdfunded Moon mission organized by Russian engineers has raised over $27,000. Their goal is to put to rest the Moon hoax theory, and to find traces of Apollo spacecraft on the Moon...

Nov 06 10:48

Men And Women Have Different Brains? Not So Much

A research study at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science has debunked the widely-held belief that the hippocampus, a crucial part of the brain that consolidates new memories and helps connect emotions to the senses, is larger in females than in males. Lise Eliot, PhD, associate professor of neuroscience at the…

Nov 06 10:47

Monsanto And The EPA: A Love Story

It would be easy to believe the Environmental Protection Agency’s mission “to protect human health and the environment” — after all, environment is right, smack in the government agency’s very name — but that would be quite the mistake. In fact, judging the EPA’s magical manipulation of testing and data concerning glyphosate…

Nov 06 10:12

Mexico's high court blocks planting of GM soya

Mexico's Supreme Court has blocked a move by the nation's agriculture ministry to allow genetically modified soya seeds to be planted in two states.

The high court ruled Wednesday that indigenous communities that had fought the move should be consulted before the planting is approved, Reuters reports.

Nov 06 09:48

Mainstream media now openly admitting that gun control advocates want mass gun confiscation by force

y Alex Thomas

(INTELLIHUB) — In the last month numerous liberal news outlets and mainstream media commentators have either directly admitted that they want mass gun confiscation in America or implied it by promoting Australia’s response to a mass shooting in the 1990’s.

In true Orwellian doublespeak, these same news outlets also routinely ridicule the pro gun side for even insinuating that liberals consider confiscation a legitimate option.

Related: CNN and liberal professor push for outright gun ban and mass confiscation “once and for all”

Now, in what appears to be out of simple frustration, a mainstream media reporter has penned an op-ed in which he openly admits that liberal gun control advocates absolutely do favor mass confiscation by government force but are simply too afraid to totally admit this fact. (Although as I have shown, numerous gun grabbers have selectively let the cat out of the bag)

Nov 06 09:39

For WHO,Red Meat Is A Red Herring

Humans are omnivores. They have to eat flesh to get Vitamin B-12.They have to eat fruits and veggies to get Vitamin C.People who eat properly ie meat and veggies are bigger,stronger and smarter than malnourished people. Don't fall for this BS!

An increasingly important “sister institution” of the UN system is the highly politicized “World Health Department” also known as the World Health Organization (WHO) which, as part of a new scare campaign, has issued new declarations that sausages, hot dogs, bratwurst, and ham are carcinogenic, and that all red meat is “probably carcinogenic.”

This new anti-meat campaign, however, is not about your health, but about the “health of the planet.” WHO’s attack on meat is happening just before the Paris gathering on global warming and is a part of the slow motion socialist revolution poorly disguised as “climate change awareness.” As usual, socialist policies today are justified as “necessity for future generations.”

Nov 06 09:23

US Military Revolt Against Obama’s Decision To “Support Al Qaeda In Syria!!!

Good for them!

A military revolt against the plan of the Obama administration to launch a potentially disastrous attack against Syria is gathering pace, with two senior officers and members of scheduled services who express their vehement opposition to what the United States s ‘entangled in the conflict. The reaction began to spread on social media yesterday with many military posting pictures of themselves holding up signs saying they would refuse to fight on the same side as Al Qaeda in Syria. Others have posted their photos on Twitter with the hashtag #IdidntJoin.

Nov 06 09:20

Poisoned Agriculture: Depopulation and Human Extinction’

There is a global depopulation agenda. The plan is to remove the ‘undesirables’, ‘the poor’ and others deemed to be ‘unworthy’ and a drain on finite resources. However, according to Rosemary Mason, the plan isn’t going to work because an anthropogenic mass extinction is already underway that will affect all life on the planet and both rich and poor alike. Humans will struggle to survive the phenomenon.

Nov 06 09:12

Neil deGrasse Tyson: GMO Shill Completely wrong

This is Neil deGrasse Tyson. You may know him as a celebrity physicist who talks about the wonders of the cosmos.

Here he is pretending knowledge of plant breeding that he simply does not have, shilling for GMOs, and telling people who have legitimate, science-based concerns to "shut up."

Traditional plant breeding and genetically modifying organisms have NOTHING to do with each other.

Yes, the true geniuses who bred the food plants that we eat from wild ancestors worked with nature to selectively breed and improve plant stock. They did it in a conservative way that followed the natural evolutionary capacities inherent in plants and animals.

They did not randomly force foreign genes into plants in order to produce corn that produces pesticide or plants that are resistant to toxic Monsanto products.

Nov 06 08:46

EXCLUSIVE: Cop who faked his own murder went into sex addiction rehab for forcing colleague to perform oral sex and watch him urinate - after targeting her through her son's youth group

A crooked police mentor who stole public funds before faking this own murder also abused his position to bully a junior colleague into sex, Daily Mail Online can disclose.

Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz, 52, was mourned as a fallen hero in Lake County, Illinois after he was gunned down by ‘armed suspects’ on the eve of his retirement.

But investigators revealed this week that the 30-year veteran shot himself in the chest and staged the crime scene because he feared his corruption was about to be exposed.

Gliniewicz was facing allegations he embezzled a 'five figure sum' from the Explorers youth training scheme and instead spent it on vacations, mortgage payments and adult websites.

Nov 06 08:09


Today in Tokyo, Toyota announced that it is investing US $1 billion over the next five years to establish a new R&D arm headquartered in Silicon Valley and focused on artificial intelligence and robotics. The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) plans to hire hundreds of engineers to staff a main facility in Palo Alto, Calif., near Stanford University, and a second facility located near MIT in Cambridge, Mass.

Former DARPA program manager Dr. Gill Pratt, anexecutive technical advisor at Toyota, was named CEO of TRI, which will begin operations in January. Toyota president Akio Toyoda said in a press conference that the company pursues innovation and new technologies “to make life better for our customers and society as a whole,” adding that he wanted to “work with Gill not just because he’s an amazing researcher and engineer, but because I believe his goals and motivations are the same as ours.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This research, and the applications thereof, may well radically change the concept of work as we know it.

Nov 06 06:30

Scientists redefine how human blood is made

Turning conventional wisdom on its head, a team of Canadian scientists has discovered a completely new view of how human blood is made.
According to them, the whole classic “textbook” view we thought we knew about blood formation doesn't actually even exist.

Nov 06 05:52

Doug Casey: This is why you should be skeptical of government-funded ‘science’

It’s yet another sign of how degraded U.S. society has become, that something so ridiculous can be passed off as news. According to the LA Times article I read, the “study” was just a survey of people’s reported eating habits. So, at best (assuming people responded accurately and honestly) the survey might show us a correlation. But even a high-school student should be able to tell you that correlation does not establish causality. The typical science journalist may be even more ignorant and misinformed than the typical financial journalist, which is saying something. It’s why I read the papers mostly for entertainment.

L: The study failed to consider, for example, if those who reported eating more meat happen to include more people who ride motorcycles, party hardy, or engage in other higher-risk behaviors, which could easily be true of steak lovers. This survey wouldn’t catch such patterns. And yet I read one of the authors claiming:

Nov 06 00:00

46,471: Drug Overdoses Killed More Americans Than Car Crashes or Guns

“Drug overdose deaths are the leading cause of injury death in the United States, ahead of motor vehicle deaths and firearms (deaths),” the Drug Enforcement Agency announced on Wednesday.

Nov 05 19:00

The mystery of the Babushka Lady

HMMMM!Documenting the event! I have a sense of reverse Deja Vu!

Directly following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, FBI and CIA investigators began questioning and taking statements from the spectators whom were present on the afternoon of Novemeber 22, 1963
Those who were filming or photographing the day, especially when the shots were fired had pictures and film taken by the investigators.

Clearly shown in several photographs is a woman with what appears to be a camera of some kind in front of her face, pointing directly at the president’s motorcade when the shots were fired.

She is located close to the street, and had an extremely good vantage point for capturing the events surrounding the shooting.

Over her hair she is wearing a scarf of a tan or light brown color — the headscarf earned her the nickname of the “Babushka Lady,” a reference to a similar Russian scarf.

Nov 05 16:17


My goal with this Go Fund me project is to open a chain of restaurants in the United States and import non-gmo organic foods from around the world. I also want to start my own self-sustaining farm raising dairy cows in a humane way without antibiotics or gmo feed that I can use in my restaurant. I want to grow non-gmo crops as well to provide for my restaurant and eventually a super market. I want to bring back healthy food to America so that people like me who have had to stop themselves from eating so many delicious foods can now eat whatever they want whenever they want. Please help me bring back food the way nature intended food to be. Thank you so much.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is the GoFundMe page for today's radio guest Youseph Rasheed. This is IMHO a worthy project!

Nov 05 15:13

Strong Links between Glyphosate and a Multitude of Cancers that are “reaching epidemic proportions”: New Study Shows “the outcomes are alarmingly apparent”

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup. The use of glyphosate is widespread throughout Europe. However, on 20 March the World Health Organisation’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) said that glyphosate was “classified as probably carcinogenic to humans.” This is just one step below the risk designation of “known carcinogen.”

Nov 05 15:07

Drug company that raised life-saving pill’s price by 5,000% is under Senate investigation

The Senate’s Special Committee on Aging wants to know more about how four drug manufacturers came to raise prices of their products. One of the companies, Turing Pharmaceutical, hiked the price of a rare pill by 5,000 percent.

Led by Chairwoman Senators Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri), the panel sent letters to Turing Pharmaceuticals, as well as Valeant Pharmaceuticals, Retrophin Inc, and Rodelis Therapeutics.

Nov 05 13:57

Are Pessimists Actually Happier Than Optimists?

But having low expectations is only part of what makes embracing your pessimism a good thing. If you’re a pessimistic leopard who has struggled to change its spots – take comfort...

Nov 05 13:27


Among the many examples of state power run amok is when armed law enforcers descend on small farms to carry out a war on food freedom. Last month, 20 officials from the ministries of agriculture, natural resources and finance in Ontario, Canada raided Michael Schmidt’s milk farm with the help of local police. They began removing equipment and computers, intending to confiscate them for the crime of providing raw milk to people who freely choose to drink it. But then something awesome happened. Up to 50 members of Schmidt’s farming collective showed up and blocked the path of the officials, risking arrest to demand that the government leave Schmidt’s possessions and exit the property.

Webmaster addition: The Minutemen have returned!

Nov 05 13:06


The war against our health has penetrated government, academia, and the media to such a degree that no sound-bite explanation will expose the magnitude of the problem we face. But this film does!

So do yourself a huge favor. View War on Health* here and now… because you need to know. Then Share it with your friends … because they do, too!

Nov 05 10:23


With nearly $500 million allotted, military contractors are competing for funds to develop the next big thing: computer code capable of killing. Under a forthcoming nearly half-billion-dollar military contract, computer code capable of killing adversaries is expected to be developed and deployed if necessary, according to contractors vying for the work and former Pentagon officials. U.S. troops would have the power to launch logic bombs, instead of traditional explosive projectiles, which essentially would direct an enemy’s critical infrastructure to self-destruct.

Nov 05 10:21

Ben Carson Was Sued for Malpractice at Least Eight Times

The lawsuit alleged that Carson didn’t review Perna’s MRI before conducting the three procedures. According to the claim, the MRI would have alerted Carson that Perna had lesions on her brainstem as a result of her MS, making the microvascular decompression essentially useless.

Dr. Carson allegedly returned to Perna’s hospital room, after reviewing the MRI post-procedure, in a “highly agitated state,” according to the suit, and said, “They did not tell me that there are lesions on your brainstem. Had I known that, we would have never done the microvascular decompression.” The claim called his lack of review of the MRI “a blatant breach in prevailing standards of medical care.”

Perna said she was subsequently given another medication that conflicted with her prescribed MS medication, causing her to have a severe seizure later that year. The lawsuit sought over $20,000 in damages and was settled out of court.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The spin on this article is that all doctors face malpractice lawsuits, but this particular case displays a high degree of personal recklessness, a trait that should not be allowed into the Oval Office.

Nov 05 10:03


Opponents of water fluoridation have finally earned a victory in the fight against fluoride! San Marcos, Texas, a college town located just 25 miles south of Austin, voted to stop adding the industrial toxin hydrofluorosilicic acid to the water yesterday with overwhelming support. The votes in favor of Proposition 1 to stop adding fluoride to the public water supply came in at about 61 percent, with 39 percent opposing the measure. The victorious outcome was made possible by committed voters and the efforts of grassroots groups who worked tirelessly to get the measure onto the November 2015 ballot, despite facing many obstacles along the way.

Nov 05 09:49

Europe's big NO to half baked GMO compromises

Last week something almost unprecedented occurred in the European Parliament. All the political groups joined together to roundly reject a proposal on GMOs from the Commission.

The issue was a botched attempt to break the majority opposition to allowing GM food and feed into the single market. This followed a similarly bad proposal to facilitate GM cultivation which was voted on in January.

Nov 05 09:27

H2O: Dangerous Chemical!

A student at Eagle Rock Junior High won first prize at the Greater Idaho Falls Science Fair, April 26. He was attempting to show how conditioned we have become to alarmists practicing junk science and spreading fear of everything in our environment. In his project he urged people to sign a petition demanding strict control or total elimination of the chemical "dihydrogen monoxide."

And for plenty of good reasons, since:

Nov 05 09:15

ISIL-Looted Artifacts Show Up in West, Money Used to Fund Jihadists

Ancient Middle-Eastern cultural artifacts are being looted by ISIL terrorists and smuggled into Western countries to be sold; the money then goes to fund the jihadists, RT reported.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How very revealing that the artifacts are headed west instead of into other, richer, middle eastern countries. Kind of undermines that whole "Muslim Jihadist" angle, doesn't it?

Nov 05 09:01

Man, 41, died after a TAPEWORM inside him developed cancer

A man died after a tapeworm living inside of him developed cancer, in a case doctors said caused them 'sleepless nights'.

The 41-year-old was found to have cancerous growths in his lungs, but doctors were shocked to discover they weren't made of human cells, but from a parasite.

Medics believe the cancer cells were able to grow and eventually kill the man because he had HIV, which weakened his immune system.

Doctors describing the case in the New England Journal of Medicine said discovering someone who has become ill with cancer from a parasite is a 'novel finding.'

Nov 05 08:41

Deployment of US Troops in Syria is a de Facto Act of War – Pat Buchanan

The deployment of US military forces in Syria, carried out against Damascus' will, could be qualified as "an act of war" against the Syrian sovereign state, Patrick J. Buchanan warned.

Nov 05 08:07

Funding crisis, staff shortages leave NHS among world’s worse health services – OECD

Healthcare in the UK is among the worst in the developed world, a new report has concluded, with underequipped and short-staffed hospitals leading to unnecessary deaths across the country.

The report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) found that the National Health Service (NHS) has a disastrous record of preventing illnesses, with the organization’s deputy director calling the healthcare provider “outstandingly poor.”

Nov 05 07:54

Russian 'Universal Strategy on Fighting ISIL' to End US Hegemony in Mideast

Putin outed Obama's phony war on terror.Another false flag now wont be believed by the world or a large segment of the American people. Pull one now and they are finished!

The firmness Russia has adopted in its military operation against ISIL in Syria proves that Moscow intends to reduce US hegemony in the Middle East and play the key role in resolving political and economic problems in the region.

Nov 05 07:35

9/11 Physics: "You Can't Use Common Sense"

They say everything changed on 9/11, and they sure weren't whistling Dixie! We all learned something about physics we would never have guessed. So pay attention while the dumb-asses get schooled by Elroy P.

Nov 05 07:32

New Jersey Institute of Technology Hosts '9/11 Critical Questions' Forum on WTC 7, invites AE911Truth

A mathematics professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology has invited two representatives of Architects & Engineers 9/11 Truth to address students and faculty from the school's civil engineering department in a Technology, Art and Science Forum titled "9/11 Critical Questions."

The 90-minute event will be held on Wednesday afternoon, November 11, at NJIT's Campus Center Ballroom in Newark, NJ.

Prof. Jay Kappraff, Ph.D., created "9/11 Critical Questions" in order to present various perspectives on the destruction of the third World Trade Center tower, known as Building 7, to 100-plus students and faculty from NJIT's John A. Reif, Jr. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

He is also inviting the students and faculty from the New Jersey College of Architecture and Design and from five other colleges within NJIT to attend the forum, and will be placing an article and an advertisement in the school-wide newspaper for that purpose.

Nov 05 03:05

Strong earthquake hits Russia’s Kamchatka, no damage done

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake rocked Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula on Thursday, a spokesman for the Kamchatka branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Geophysical Service said. "The earthquake was registered at 13:59 local time (4:59 Moscow time). Its epicenter was located at a depth of 34 kilometers some four kilometers away from the settlement of Ust-Kamchatsk," the spokesman said, adding earth tremors of a magnitude of up to four points on the Richter scale were felt in Ust-Kamchantsk. Local emergencies services said the quake had caused no damage or loss of life. No tsunami warning was issued. "A team of rescuers examined building and structures in Ust-Kamchatsk. No damage was revealed. No casualties were reported," the spokeswoman said.

Nov 04 23:31

Brutal fight at a Minneapolis McDonald's drive-thru window between staff and customer

You deserve a break today! A broken nose a broken hand.....!

"I was on my way home from Monday night curling league, I hadn't eaten much since lunch time, and I was driving by a McDonald's, so I thought I'd just swing in and pick up a BigMac while I listened to the end of MNF game on the radio.

At first I was annoyed the guy in front of me was taking so long, he seemed pretty upset to begin with, but it looked like when the McDonald's guy handed him his cash and change back he dropped some of the dude's change. That's when he got out of his car, spit on the drive through window and tried to punch the McDonald's and that's when I started recording."

This took place yesterday in Northeast Minneapolis.

Nov 04 23:27

US led Coalition Air Strike in Mosul

Target : Mosque, Shopping Center, Car Showroom, Industrial Area

Nov 04 18:01

BREAKING: Police Shoot 6-yo Boy in the Head Multiple Times Killing Him


The boy, Jeremy David Mardis, of Effie, was killed by multiple gunshot wounds to the head and torso. He was pronounced dead at the scene, Avoyelles Parish Coroner L.J. Mayeaux said Wednesday. The boy was a student at Lafargue Elementary in Effie.

The shooting on Martin Luther King Drive in Marksville happened at the end of a pursuit and involved multiple city marshals from Ward 2, Louisiana State Police spokesman Trooper Daniel “Scott” Moreau said.

Police sources claim that the driver, Chris Few, was attempting to flee when they fired on him. According to the AP, the coroner said Few reached a dead end and was backing into the marshals when they fired. The coroner also reportedly said Mardis was “caught in the line of fire.”

Nov 04 18:00

Gleaning to Reduce Food Waste

Captured in Jean Francois Millet’s famous painting The Gleaners, the ancient practice of gleaning—collecting leftover crops from a farmer’s field after harvest—was an early form of welfare for the needy. It turns out that the practice is alive and well, and could be one of many ways to reduce the enormous amount of food waste in the United States.

The practice of gleaning doesn’t have to take place only at the farm. Glean for the City is a project of Bread for the City, a Washington DC nonprofit concerned with helping DC’s most vulnerable citizens. They salvage thousands of pounds of produce from farmer’s markets and individual gardeners each year for redistribution to the poor.

Nov 04 16:08

Egypt is Flooding Gaza Border Tunnels With Seawater, Poisoning Water Supply

Egypt has been pumping salt water from the Mediterranean into Gaza's underground tunnels, which Cairo says have been used to smuggle weapons to Islamist insurgents in the Sinai desert.

But more than destroying the tunnels, the flooding is contaminating water supplies and threatening to wreck farmland and spread disease, Palestinian officials say.

"One cubic meter of seawater pollutes 40 cubic meters of underground water," said Tamer al-Sleibi, a water department director in Gaza.

He worries that the water could weaken the foundations of homes and spoil the land for agriculture. Additionally, as the water turns stagnant, mosquitoes and other disease carriers will breed.