Mar 24 09:41

Deleting a gene stops mice from overeating – Are humans next?

John Hopkins University researchers believe they’ve found a nerve cell that may serve as a “switch” that tells the brain it’s time to put down the fork and walk away from that second helping of chocolate cake.

Mar 24 09:35

GCHQ’s data-mining techniques revealed in new Snowden leak

A "Data Mining Research Problem Book" marked "top secret strap 1" has been leaked that details some of the key techniques used by GCHQ to sift through the huge volumes of data it pulls continuously from the Internet.

Originally obtained by Edward Snowden, the 96-page e-book has been published by Boing Boing, along with a second short document entitled "What's the worst that can happen?". Boing Boing describes this as "a kind of checklist for spies who are seeking permission to infect their adversaries' computers or networks with malicious software."

Mar 24 09:30

FLASHBACK - Cancer industry profits 'locked in' by nagalase molecule injected into humans via vaccines... spurs tumor growth... explains aggressive vaccine push

One of the world's most lucrative industries, spending on cancer drugs reached an all-time high last year, as it was valued at more than $100 billion. Spending on cancer drugs increased 6.5 percent annually over the past five years and is expected to continue growing at a rate of 8 percent each year through 2018, according to figures provided by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics.

That spending is highly concentrated, as the US and five of Europe's largest countries account for nearly two-thirds of the entire market.

This means that billions and billions of dollars are secured by Americans being diagnosed with cancer.

That's one profitable industry; however, it could all be completely dismantled by one thing: a cure.

Mar 24 09:28

Researcher at Famous Cancer Center Found Dead in Woods

According to a news release, family members and co-workers described her as stable and say her disappearance was “completely out of character.”

DeBoer was supposed to meet a friend at the “park and ride” and carpool to work, police had said.

Her friend received a text from her about 7 a.m. last Monday indicating she had left her work ID badge at home and after going back to get it she would catch a bus instead, police said. Her husband reported her missing midday after he heard she did not show up for work.

Assistant Police Chief Pete Caw said last week that records show DeBoer didn’t use her bus pass that morning, though she could have used cash. And at that time, there had been no activity on her cellphone or bank account, he said.

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There has been a lot of attention focused on GcMAF researchers dying under strange circumstances. GcMAF shows promise as a broad-spectrum cancer cure. But the cancer-industrial complex doesn't want a cure. The big money is in ongoing perpetual cancer treatments. A cure would be a financial disaster. Then there is negalase, a protein which inhibits the body's natural ability to fight cancer, recently discovered to be included in those mandatory vaccines!

I realize it sounds quite fantastic to suggest that we are being intentionally made ill to boost profitability, but ask the people if Flint or the thousand other communities across America who just found out that their home faucets have been pouring out toxic and contaminated water if such a notion should be dismissed without proper consideration!

Because if it is true, if GcMAF is a cure, and vaccines are designed to increase cancer, then that is ample motive for researchers to be murdered across the nation!

Mar 24 08:29

Food Companies Plan to Label GMOs—but Is There More to the Story?

The world’s largest food corporations have spent hundreds of millions of dollars (some of it illegally) to avoid being required to label the genetically engineered ingredients in their products.

But with the July 1 deadline for complying with Vermont’s GMO labeling law on the horizon, a handful of the largest multinational food corporations have announced they will now label GMOs—not solely because they will be forced to, but because as General Mills claims, they believe “you should know what’s in your food and how we make ours.”

Mar 24 07:46

ISIS attacked Brussels? The US created ISIS? Therefore?

As far as the Brussels attacks are concerned, if we assume that ISIS was responsible, the whole scenario is turned upside down after analyzing the basis of ISIS.

The Obama administration (jointly with the Bush administration) should be announcing: “Well, we keep ISIS alive. Unfortunately, things happen. One of those things is Brussels.”

And then you could go on to query the sincerity of the word “unfortunately.”

Mar 23 15:29

Florida’s Turkey Point nuke pollutes Biscayne Aquifer, Biscayne National Park

Contaminated water originating from the cooling canal system at Florida Power & Light’s (FPL) Turkey Point facility is reaching Biscayne Bay, threatening South Florida’s drinking water supply and Biscayne National Park. The findings and analysis by the Miami-Dade County Department of Environmental Resource Management (DERM) were released by Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s office late yesterday in an official memo to the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners. At an 8 March Board meeting, another recent report ordered by the Commission and prepared by the University of Miami (UM) regarding these discharges was discussed as an official agenda topic. Discussion of enforcement options occurred, including possible issuance of a Notice of Violation (NOV) to FPL.

Mar 23 14:31

CURSE YOU GLOBAL WARMING! Blizzard closes Denver airport, more than 1,000 flights canceled

A blizzard shut down Denver International Airport on Wednesday, canceling more than 1,000 flights after it temporarily knocked out power and made takeoffs and landings unsafe, airport officials said.

Mar 23 14:06

Alcohol Or Marijuana, Which Is More Dangerous While Driving?

Getting behind the wheel while stoned is indeed dangerous but not nearly as much as previously thought, according to a study by two Norwegian researchers.

Mar 23 14:01

What You Don’t Know About Depression

If you’re diagnosed with depression, then chances are you can relate to any of the following: persistent distress, malaise, anxiety, inner agitation, fatigue, low libido, poor memory, irritability, insomnia, sense of hopelessness, and feeling overwhelmed and trapped but emotionally flat. You might wake up…

Mar 23 13:06

CLAIM: Sea level falling for past six years

Sea level rise rates on the Atlantic seaboard peaked around 1950. There is no “human footprint.” None at all.

Mar 23 12:53

Price of neglect: Michigan must spend billions on water, sewer fixes

When Mike Gutow bought his home on Lake St. Clair in May of 2011, it was with fond childhood memories of fishing, swimming and skiing its clear waters.

“Paradise,” he said. “It’s the best way to describe it. Lake St. Clair was paradise.”

A few days after he moved in, a heavy rain fell, and two or three days later, “this glob appeared at the seawall that was about three-feet thick,” Gutow said. “Mixed in was a lot of dead fish. At first it was like, what the heck is this? I’d never seen anything like it before, but, bad as it was to look at, the smell was even worse.”

He now knows what he was seeing and smelling was the result of a sanitary and storm sewer system that is outdated, underfunded and unable to handle the amount of stuff flowing through its pipes, especially in a moderate or heavy rainfall.

Mar 23 11:02

Monstrous credit card debt, the assault on privacy, and fake food

This week on Survival Saturday, learn about how astronomical consumer credit card debt is providing Americans with the deadly illusion of prosperity, get proof that the average diet is more akin to Soylent Green than actual food, and hear about the government’s latest volley in their determined assault on privacy- it’s for your own good, you know.

Mar 23 10:30

Universal Vaccinations for Children will be Overseen by Committee which Accepts Vaccine Manufacturer Monies

A close scrutiny of this Advisory Committee reveals that quite a number of its members are enriching themselves through vaccine industry “donations” or grants.

For example, some of these individuals have a history which includes industry sponsorship or employment. An example is Dr. Belongia, who has been listed as Co-Principal Investigator for an industry sponsored study of effectiveness of quadrivalent influenza vaccine in children.

According to Propublica, a number of these vaccine experts on the Advisory Committee are accepting large sums of vaccine company money. Dr. Gregory Poland, who is with the American College of Physicians and also the Mayo Clinic, has received a total of $17,351.00 from vaccine manufacturers Novartis Vaccines and Sanofi Pasteur. The money changed hands, according to Propublica, for activities by Dr. Poland listed as promotional speaking, consulting and travel and food expenses from November 2013 through December 2014.

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Mar 23 10:18

Donald Trump: Move the Palestinians to Puerto Rico

I'm in a silly mood today! Yes this is Satire!

NEW YORK – Billionaire Republican presidential contender Donald Trump has unveiled a controversial peace proposal for the strife-torn holy land: give the U.S. island territory of Puerto Rico to the Palestinians as compensation for surrendering to Israel.

According to the so-called “Trump Solution,” rolled out by the outspoken business magnate at a Manhattan press conference, the U.S. would fund the relocation of all four or so million Palestinians......

Mar 23 09:57

The New Big Brother: How Social Media Is Creating An ‘Orwellian’ Society

Joint research conducted by academics from the University of Edinburgh Business School, the University of Bath and the University of Birmingham have uncovered previously held concerns about how social media is affecting the lives of young, impressionable users. Following in-depth interviews with a number of 19-22-year-old Britons, the study found that many Facebook users were self-censoring their day-to-day lives, known as a “chilling effect” to avoid disapproval from online friends. “The vast majority of the ones that participated in the study had been, to an extent, chilling their behavior, due to the fear of what would go online,” Dr Ben Marder, researcher from the University of Edinburgh Business School, told Sputnik.

Mar 23 09:44

New Documentary By Dr. Wakefield Shakes CDC To Its Core

“What was done in the dark shall be brought to the light.” –Johnny Cash As the US has its eyes on the Flint water crisis, another criminal act of neglect and research fraud with epic proportions waits patiently in the wings.

Mar 23 08:58

Lost for words: Astronomers discover 'outrageous' galaxies as bright as 100 trillion suns - and they're so intense there is no term to describe them

Galaxies are typically grouped into categories depending on their brightness.

Ultra-luminous galaxies are 1 trillion times brighter than the sun, while hyper-luminous galaxies glow at 10 trillion solar luminosities.

But now eight galaxies have been found that are so bright they do not fit into these categories.

Astronomers believe they may be as bright as 100 trillion suns and they appear to be forming new stars every hour.

Mar 23 08:42

Report: U.S., Michigan face dire consequences if Soo Locks fail

A U.S. Department of Homeland Security report indicates a 6-month shutdown of the Poe Lock in Sault Ste. Marie, if one occurred, would plunge the nation into recession, closing factories and mines, halting auto and appliance production in the U.S. for most of a year and result in the loss of some 11 million jobs across the nation.

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"What is it with you people wanting us to spend your money on this nation?!? We have to send your money to Israel. To ISRAEL!!! Get it? Are you all a bunch of anti-Semites or what? We have to make reparations to Israel for the holocaust! Yes, I know we had nothing to do with the Holocaust. And yes, we were on the side that stopped the Nazis, but we didn't stop the Nazis soon enough! So THAT'S why we have to send all your money to Israel, so of course there is nothing left over to keep the locks and roads and bridges and dams and levees repaired. Just DEAL with it and stop bugging me!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Mar 23 07:53

From AIPAC to Trump: Michael Glassner’s journey

How does one go from serving as AIPAC’s Southwest Regional Political Director a year ago to running Donald Trump’s national political operation today?
Ever since Trump announced his White House bid last June, Michael Glassner has been serving as his campaign’s national political director. In part, he is credited with landing the coveted Sarah Palin endorsement ahead of the Iowa Caucus last month.

Upon moving to New Jersey in the late nineties, Glassner served as a senior advisor to Lewis Eisenberg, the then-Chairman of the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and a prominent Republican Jewish leader. He worked out of the Port Authority’s World Trade Center office but left just before 9/11 to join IDT Corp in Newark. Glassner credits his former boss, IDT founder Howard Jonas, whom he referred to as “a strong Zionist and an AIPAC guy,” with encouraging him to become more active in pro-Israel politics.

Mar 23 07:39

Children trying to make a difference in the lives of people everywhere, only to have their ideas suppressed for corporate greed!

Children trying to make a difference in the world for all people…only to be held back by corporate greed!

If new inventions can’t make money for the select few, but would aid the masses it goes to the memory hole as quickly as it has come out or used for a select group of people.

These are the future minds that still give one that truth, change, independence, and freedom still out there trying to reach the surface.

There should be more creative minds like these, but to many have been held back by daily mind controlled lessons of nothing really important.

Mar 22 23:55

Cygnus rocket carrying supplies for ISS blasts off from Cape Canaveral

US spacecraft Cygnus with 3.5 tons cargo onboard has set off for the International Space Station (ISS). The Atlas V rocket carrier with a cargo spacecraft blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 11:05pm local time (6:05am Moscow time). NASA said that all parameters are normal and everything is going according to plan. The launch was initially planned for March 10 but was postponed because one of packages contained black mold found during one of routine checks. Specialists had to conduct additional inspection and disinfection of all cargos bound for ISS.

Mar 22 22:32

Donald Trump Full Speech at AIPAC Policy Conference (3-21-16)

TRUMP: Good evening. Thank you very much.
I speak to you today as a lifelong supporter and true friend of Israel. (CHEERS, APPLAUSE)
I am a newcomer to politics, but not to backing the Jewish state.
In 2001, weeks after the attacks on New York City and on Washington and, frankly, the attacks on all of us, attacks that perpetrated and they were perpetrated by the Islamic fundamentalists,
Mayor Rudy Giuliani visited Israel to show solidarity with terror victims.
I sent my plane because I backed the mission for Israel 100 percent.
In spring of 2004 at the height of the violence in the Gaza Strip, I was the grand marshal of the 40th Salute to Israel Parade, the largest-single gathering in support of the Jewish state......

Mar 22 15:35

Gene Editing Deemed A National Security Threat According To Government’s Latest Annual Report

Gene editing is now considered a national security threat alongside cyberattacks and nuclear weapons. That is, at least according to the government’s latest annual report on national security threats. The report listed gene editing as a technology that, “probably increases the risk of the creation of potentially harmful biological agents or products.”

Mar 22 14:54

'Northern Lights' spotted on JUPITER: Solar storms trigger X-ray auroras hundreds of times brighter than those seen on Earth

If you thought the Northern Lights were impressive on Earth, think again.

Jupiter has its own version of our aurora but it is so high energy that it is made up of X-rays instead of visible light.

When triggered by a solar storm, Jupiter's aurora can cover an area larger than the Earth's surface.

Mar 22 11:22

HEALTH FREEDOM ALERT: The FDA assaults CBD extracts, attempts to regulate out of existence but industry pushes back (CORRECTION)

MAJOR CORRECTIONS: I'm issuing a huge correction / clarification to this story after speaking with people in the hemp industry. They've pointed out that my article, although posted with the best intentions to help keep CBDs legal and readily available, was freaking out CBD retailers who thought some sort of new law had been passed outlawing CBDs.

In no way did I intend to disrupt CBD retailers with that article! My only goal was to sound the alarm of how to FDA is attempting to destroy this entire industry, and help create a backlash that would keep natural medicine legal in America.

Mar 22 11:19

Dr. Phil exposes government kidnapping of babies and false accusations of Shaken Baby Syndrome leveled against innocent parents

The case involved a North Carolina family whose four-month-old son was removed from their custody after suffering health problems which were misdiagnosed as Shaken Baby Syndrome and child abuse.

Ironically enough, the mother of the child, Marty Peele, was a respected member of a community in which she had taken care of others' children for 17 years, earning her a reputation as a "baby whisperer" due to her ability to soothe and calm infants when no one else seemed to be able to do so.

Upon her son Micah's birth, after eight previous miscarriages and a difficult delivery, Peele noticed from the beginning that there seemed to be something wrong with her "miracle child."

Mar 22 10:49

Is the USDA Just a Corporate Lobbyist Group?

In a sense, the fundamental role of science itself has been hijacked for selfish gain. Looking back, you can now see that the preferred business model of an industry was created first, followed by "scientific evidence" that supports the established business model.

When the science doesn't support the company's economic gains, it's swept under the rug, even if people are dying and the planet is becoming irreparably poisoned as a result. Today we live in a world where chemical companies and biotech giants can easily buy and pay for their own research studies, as well as the lobbying to support whatever legislation they need passed in their favor.

Their tentacles also reach deep within federal agencies, so that even the scientists hired to work on the public's behalf are thwarted as soon as their research clashes with the corporate agenda. Conflicts of interest have become the norm within virtually all fields of science, which creates a completely unworkable — and dangerous — situation in the long run.

Mar 22 10:41

14 Essentials to Help You Fix and Clean Almost Anything

By Gaye Levy

We live in a throwaway society where it is less costly to throw something out and buy new, than to have it repaired. Along those same lines, messes happen and we have to clean up after ourselves. It is a fact of life.

Most all of us have a traditional tool box and a conventional cleaning bucket. You know the kind: hammer, saw, screwdrivers, drill, clamps all kinds of stuff. Add some fancy, schmancy household cleaners, various types of cleaning wipes and the next thing you know, you will have as much fix-it and clean-it gear as you have items to fix and to clean.

Some of this is good, and some of it is not.

This morning I took a stroll around my house and took inventory of those essential items that take up my own handy dandy fix-it and clean-its. These are useful doo-dads and other supplies that will hold it together and solve many if not most of those annoying little fix it and cleaning tasks in any household, large or small...

Mar 22 10:13

After virologist warned about man-made plague strains being covertly developed and distributed, she was framed and harassed

A research biochemist and molecular biologist who has long believed that the vaccine movement is dangerous, has become the target of government harassment and intimidation, having even been jailed at one point, all because she refused to destroy documents in an attempt to hide incriminating evidence against the industry.

In 2011, while conducting research in Nevada, Dr. Judy Mikovits, PhD, was arrested and charged with "stealing" research documents, a sting that was conducted with assistance from corrupted local officials, reported.

However, in truth, she never stole any documents; they were in her lab office the whole time, the website noted. She says she had refused to destroy them as part of an attempt to hide incriminating evidence.

Mar 22 09:31


A group of German researchers from ADAC have published their work on extending last year's amplification attack that let thieves steal Priuses with a $17 gadget that detected your key's unlock signal and amplified it so it would reach the car. The researchers have shown that at least 24 different car models from 19 manufacturers are vulnerable to this attack, and can be unlocked and driven away with cheap, easy-to-make radio amps.

Mar 22 08:52

Finally free from guilt over Challenger disaster, an engineer dies in peace

I called [Ebeling] up and told him, ‘You know, to me, my definition of a loser is somebody that really doesn’t do anything, but worse yet, they don’t care,'” McDonald told NPR a month later. “I said, ‘You did something, and you really cared. That’s the definition of a winner.'”

Mar 22 07:18

Exclusive: Donald Trump Tells The Brody File He's "100%" In Favor Of Moving U.S. Embassy To Jerusalem

In an exclusive interview with The Brody File, Donald Trump says he is, “100%” in favor of moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. He also believes the Iran/U.S. nuclear deal is, “going to actually lead to nuclear proliferation.” And as for President Obama? He says, “We have a president that I think is the worst thing that has ever happened to Israel.” Watch the clip below.

Mar 22 06:57

‘Dismantle the disastrous deal’: Trump tells AIPAC Iran deal is 'number one priority'

We have been had! Just another Zionist puppet!This guy will get us into WW3 just like Hillary!

“My number one priority is to dismantle the disastrous deal with Iran,” Trump said, speaking before AIPAC in Washington, DC on Monday evening. “I have been in business a long time…this deal is catastrophic for Israel – for America, for the whole of the Middle East… We have rewarded the world’s leading state sponsor of terror with $ 150 billion and we received absolutely nothing in return.”

Trump criticized the deal for not requiring Iran to dismantle its military nuclear capability and only limiting its nuclear program for a certain number of years. He chastised Iran for contributing to problems in Gaza, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia by providing weapons and money.

Mar 21 15:44

NASA To Experiment With Fire In Space

Webmaster addition: I thought they had already done that!

Mar 21 15:28

Baltimore Study Links Rats To Depression

Baltimore, Maryland residents who live in areas with a high rat population are much more likely to report sadness, anxiety and other symptoms of depression, according to a new study.

Mar 21 15:21

MARS, Maker of M&M’s, SNICKERS to Label Products With GMO Ingredients Nationwide for Vermont Law

By Baran Hines

Mars Incorporated, the company that owns many popular chocolate candy brands has announced that it intends to label the products that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs), to comply with Vermont’s law. Vermont is the first state to require such labeling, effective July 1, 2016. The company will label its products nationwide, not just for the state of Vermont. Popular brands include M&M’s, SNICKERS, Dove, Galaxy, Mars, Milky Way, TWIX, 3 MUSKETEERS and more...

Mar 21 14:25

China Shandong illegal vaccine scandal sparks anger

The vaccines were not adequately refrigerated nor transported in approved conditions Chinese citizens have reacted with anger and alarm at news of a massive illegal vaccine operation uncovered in Shandong province. The illegal vaccine ring involved hundreds of people, and affected 24 provinces and cities, local media said. On Monday, news that a boy had died after a vaccination sparked more anger, though officials said there was no link to the Shandong scandal. China has seen several health and safety scandals in recent years.

Mar 21 13:57

Devastating Drought Is Imminent: Scientists Surprised To Find Colorado River Basin Drying Up Faster Than Expected

More than a half-dozen Western states that depend on the Colorado River Basin for the bulk of their water are drawing much more heavily from groundwater supplies than previously thought, according to a new study, which is the latest indication that the historic drought gripping much of the region is threatening their future access to water.

Mar 21 13:46

New YouGov Poll Shows Increase in WTC Building 7 Awareness, Says Director of Strategy

"A 7 percentage point gain . . . translates to at least 15 million American adults becoming aware of Building 7 over the past 2½ years." — Ted Walter

More Than Twice As Many Respondents Suspect Controlled Demolition Over Fires As The Cause Of WTC 7's Collapse

Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth: AE911Truth recently commissioned a survey by the online polling firm YouGov. Ted, can you talk to us about this survey?

Ted Walter: Sure! First of all, prior to this survey, we had done three other surveys with YouGov. The first was a. . .

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Mar 21 13:38

NFL Admits Connection Between Concussions And Degenerative Brain Disease

During a House Energy and Commerce round-table discussion concerning concussions and football held last Monday in Washington, DC, Jeff Miller, the National Football League’s (NFL) senior vice president for health and safety policy, admitted that there is a link between American football and degenerative brain disorders like chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

Mar 21 13:06

Not A Fish Tale: Humans Are Ingesting Plastic Thanks To Ocean Pollution

Humans generate more than 300 million tons of plastic annually — an amount equal to the combined body weight of the entire global adult human population — and nearly half of the plastic is only used one time before it is tossed away to eventually find its way to the oceans. So it should come as little surprise that by 2050, it is a virtual certainty that every seabird on the planet will have plastic in its stomach.

Mar 21 12:59

Just Like Zombies: Cops Called to ‘Horror-Film Scenes’ to Deal with Groups of People Strung out on Synthetic Marijuana

This is the lengths some are going to because states like Florida refuse to make something as harmless as pot legal already.

People all over that state and others, in fact more people than ever before, have been overdosing on synthetic marijuana, otherwise known as K2 or “spice”.

The ingredients keep changing to stay ahead of authorities, so these people really have no idea what the hell they’re smoking.

Mar 21 12:37

Cancer Research Doctor Found Dead In Norfolk Village

Despite the fact that he was found dead in a field by a passerby and the fact that the autopsy was inconclusive, the police have said that Dr De Silva’s death is not being treated as suspicious.

Mar 21 12:32

The Truth About Fukushima (And government-media lies)

Britain’s state-owned network BBC has a track record of downplaying the risks of fallout from nuclear disasters. So the 5th anniversary of Fukushima provided the BBC with another opportunity to persuade us that if our communities should one day become contaminated with fallout from a major nuclear disaster, even at levels currently requiring evacuation, we should have no concern whatsoever.

Mar 21 11:55

The Higher The Magnesium Level, The Healthier Our Arteries

Higher serum levels of magnesium may reduce the risk of hypertension by almost 50% and the risk of coronary artery calcification by 42%, says a new study.

Mar 21 11:53

Study Shows Psilocybin, LSD Very Successful In Treating Cluster Headaches

While cluster headaches may be one of the rarest types of headaches, they are also one of the most severe. In fact, cluster headaches can be more severe and intense than a migraine, but they do…

Mar 21 09:43

Video: Blast-Off! Soyuz Launch Takes New Crew To Intl. Space Station

A Soyuz TMA-20M spacecraft has blasted off from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Mar 21 09:33

Ohio EPA refused to warn residents about toxic lead in drinking water despite knowing about it for months

As reported by The Columbus Dispatch and The Daily Sheeple, Ohio state environmental officials were aware as early as last October that residents of the small town – located in Mahoning County, about 60 miles southeast of Cleveland – were consuming lead-tainted water, but failed to warn the general public.

Mar 21 09:16

Toxic carcinogen found in 80 of New Jersey water systems

Small amounts of a probable carcinogen were found in more than 80 water systems in every part of the state, according to an analysis of federal data by The Record.

The chemical, 1,4-dioxane, raised concerns after it was found at a Superfund site in Ringwood. 1,4-dioxane can damage the liver, kidney and respiratory systems.

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Mar 21 08:32

The Crusade In Favour Of GMO: Falsehoods And Vilification Will Not Fool The Public

Pro-GMO campaigners often attack critics of the technology by claiming their negative views of it emanate from well-funded environmentalist groups or commercial interests in the organic food sector. The assertion is that such bodies promote falsehoods and scaremongering about GM to protect their own interests and that the GMO agritech sector has fallen victim to this.

Mar 21 08:30

General Mills Will Label GMOs on Products Nationwide

Vermont started a revolution, and its effects will soon spread across the country. No, we aren’t talking about Sen. Bernie Sanders’ campaign to be the Democratic presidential nominee but the 2014 law passed by state legislators mandating the voluntary labeling of foods made with genetically engineered ingredients. The new regulations are set to go into effect on July 1, and with a federal political solution proving elusive, one of the biggest food companies in the game now says it will label all its products, nationwide, in accordance with tiny Vermont’s law.

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People will avoid those products and General Mills will go back to non-GMO content to stay in business, advertise that on their boxes, then will capture even larger market share from the other companies refusing to label.

Mar 21 07:30


“The entire country is watching Michigan officials being criticized for not protecting its people from toxic water,” he said. “Could the runaway refuge resettlement program be another case of government officials failing to protect citizens?”

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Michigan does not have enough safe water for the legal citizens. Neither does California. But this reckless push to blend all humanity together to prepare for the New World Order proceeds at full speed!

Mar 21 07:28

The FDA just outlawed CBDs and hemp oil extracts by claiming all plant molecules now belong exclusively to Big Pharma

Hemp oil extracts containing CBDs (cannibidiols) are such a threat to the pharmaceutical industry that the FDA is now invoking totally insane justifications for outlawing them.

CBDs are non-psychoactive compounds found naturally in hemp plants. They work so well as powerful natural medicine that people everywhere are realizing CBDs work better than pharmaceuticals for treating epilepsy, seizures, neurological disorders and other serious health conditions (including HIV infections).

So the FDA has just launched a massive regulatory assault against CBDs by invoking the most insane logic you've ever heard. Here's how it goes:

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Basically, the agenda is that if something is useful, even if produced by nature, you slaves are not allowed to make it or grow it for yourself but must buy it from large corporations.

Dependency is slavery.

Mar 21 07:25

Stupid humans continue killing animals in the name of selfies (three unnecessary deaths in less than a month)

A rare species of dolphin faces a new threat. Packs of tourists are capturing the dolphins from the ocean so that they can take selfies with the beautiful sea creatures. Franciscana dolphins are listed as "vulnerable," and found only in the waters off southeastern South America.

One of these small, magnificent creatures was taken from the ocean onto a beach in Argentina, and then passed around by tourists looking for a fun selfie. The dolphin was later found discarded on the beach, listless in the surf.

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I see the practice of "selfies" as a symptom of a vain and self-obsessed culture. I've only taken one selfie and that was to show someone I was wearing a T-shirt they had sent me. I already know what I look like. I want my photographs to record something I haven;t seen and cannot take with me.

Mar 21 07:22

Scientist who linked GMOs and glyphosate to rat tumors wins SECOND court case against criminal biotech shills who forged signatures to discredit his research

The Parisian High Court has ruled that French Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini, a scientist known for his controversial research linking GM feed with cancerous tumor growth in rats, was right when he concluded that GMOs are unsafe for human consumption.

Marc Fellous, former chairman of France's Biomolecular Engineering Commission (BEC), has been indicted for "forgery" and "the use of forgery," in a libel trial that he lost to Prof Gilles-Eric Seralini.

The BEC authorized multiple GM crops as safe for human consumption, while lying to the public and hiding scientific data suggesting GM food may be carcinogenic and health-damaging.

Details of the case are not available to the public, but according to an article on Seralini's website, Fellous had used or copied the signature of a scientist, without his agreement, to argue that Seralini and his co-researchers were wrong in their reassessment of Monsanto's own rat feeding studies.

Mar 20 19:08

Adult Diapers Are About to Outsell Baby Diapers

We are about to live in a world where more adult diapers are sold than baby diapers, and by far. Think about that for a second... But hey, instead of talking about depopulation and rampant disease, they're just going to sell you how cool and trendy incontinence under age 50 is with commercials of young adults riding segways in nothing but adult diapers. What a world.

Mar 20 10:14

Indian State Of Bihar Blocks GM Seed Trials To Protect Health And Environment

In India, Bihar’s Agriculture Minister, Narendra Kumar Singh, recently announced to the people at a groundbreaking Seed Festival that the state’s food supply will be protected from outside companies who are looking to take over the land with GMO seeds. In fact, he said he is committed to blocking the entry of genetically modified corn, even if the central government permits it to come into the country. Singh assured the people that their seeds will be protected from contamination of genetic material drift and that rich harvests full of diverse, nutrient-dense crops will remain the standard in the state.

Mar 20 09:26

Will Bill Moyers Ever Tell The Truth About Lyndon Johnson?

Well some of the pukes who conspired to kill JFK are still alive and writing their BS! A little hidden history for you all!

"Get that goddamned "bubble [top] off unless it's pouring rain" said Bill Moyers just hours before John Kennedy's head was blown off in Dallas on November 22, 1963. Moyers, doing advance work for Lyndon Johnson in Austin, was speaking to a Ms. Harris who told the Secret Service. "Goddamn" was a favorite word of Moyer's boss Lyndon Johnson and the "bubbletop" was a removable, black protective top for the president's limousine.

While the bubble-top was not bullet-proof it was opague and would have prevented a sniper in a tall building from getting a clear 'head-shot".

After the murder of JFK, Bill Moyers assumed a lot of power as a very young and inner circle aide to Lyndon Johnson. One of the things that attracted a young Bill Moyers to Lyndon Johnson was that LBJ exuded "power," not that LBJ was a decent, honest and likeable man.

Mar 20 08:01

Tigers 'starved to death' to make $500 aphrodisiac wine with their bones. Growing demand has led to an increase in tiger farming, even extending to neighboring Laos and Vietnam.

Tiger wine, an aphrodisiac which sells for more than $500 a bottle, now faces backlash from animal rights activists who say the big cats are being kept in shocking conditions before their bones are eventually mixed in as the special ingredient.

Mar 20 07:42

Flint whistleblower reacts to candidate Clinton's response on the city's lead poisoning, saying it made her 'vomit'

After presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told Flint, Michigan, resident Lee-Anne Walters that it will take years before lead issues are improved, Walters says she was so taken aback that she became momentarily ill. "I hated Hillary Clinton's answer," Walters says. "It actually made me vomit in my mouth."

According to Walters, Clinton not only evaded her direct question about removal of lead pipes throughout the United States by talking instead about lead paint and other lead sources, but set her sights too far into the future to make the changes that areas so desperately need now.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"What IS it with you people, this obsession with safe and healthy food and water! You take what we give you and you like it, or we'll put your name on the terror suspects list and THEN you'll be sorry!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Mar 20 07:36

Erin Brockovich has a map of 10,000 US communities with poisoned water

Erin Brockovich has claimed she has made a map of 10,000 communities across the US whose populations are suffering due to a polluted and contaminated water supply like in Flint, Michigan.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Governing is choosing. Governing is prioritizing. We decided that instead of spending your tax money on making your drinking water safe, it was more important to send your tax money to Israel, spend your tax money to prop up Wall Street, and spend your tax money to bomb the crap out of 17 other countries ... and counting. If you all start demanding safe and healthy drinking water or for that matter safe and healthy food and medicine, the terrorists are going to win! You need to look at what is important! So, your kids get permanent brain damage. So what? That's never held Congress back!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Mar 20 07:20

There Is A War Between Big Pharma And The American People … And The FDA Just Chose To Side With Big Pharma

Big Pharma has just scored a big victory with the appointment of Robert Califf as new head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The fact that there were only four votes in the Senate opposing Califf’s confirmation – in spite of his deep ties to the pharmaceutical industry – is a clear illustration of just how far the influence of big drug manufacturers reaches in Washington.

Mar 20 06:55

Radioactive tritium found present at over 200 times normal levels in Florida Bay

The water quality throughout the United States leaves much to be desired; it's in such horrible shape that just about everywhere you turn, it's ruining people's health. This isn't about an occasional situation either, but rather several ongoing problems that seem to have no end in sight.

The latest water issue to rear its ugly head comes from Florida's Biscayne Bay. Water sampling of its waters revealed hundreds of times more than the normal amount of tritium, a radioactive isotope that's produced by nearby nuclear reactors. These are used to track water that's been leaking from nearby cooling canals. Specifically, it's the Cooling Canal System (CCS) that serves the Florida Power & Light (FPL) Turkey Point facility that was studied.

Mar 20 05:44

There is a war between Big Pharma and the American people … and the FDA just chose to side with Big Pharma

Big Pharma has just scored a big victory with the appointment of Robert Califf as new head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The fact that there were only four votes in the Senate opposing Califf’s confirmation – in spite of his deep ties to the pharmaceutical industry – is a clear illustration of just how far the influence of big drug manufacturers reaches in

Mar 19 20:41

Indian State Of Bihar Blocks GM Seed Trials To Protect Health And Environment

In India, Bihar’s Agriculture Minister, Narendra Kumar Singh, recently announced to the people at a groundbreaking Seed Festival that the state’s food supply will be protected from outside companies who are looking to take over the land with GMO seeds. In fact, he said he is committed to blocking the entry of genetically modified corn, even if the central government permits it to come into the country. Singh assured the people that their seeds will be protected from contamination of genetic material drift and that rich harvests full of diverse, nutrient-dense crops will remain the standard in the state.

Mar 19 12:44

GMO And The Right To Know: But What’s Hidden Beneath The Label?

Rachel Parent’s campaign (Kids Right To Know) on GMO labelling has been the subject of a GM industry strategy aimed at countering her message. Despite this, in January 2016, Rachel Parent managed to get an invite to Monsanto’s annual shareholders’ meeting in St Louis (listen from 31:45). From the floor, she had the opportunity to address Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant directly and began by saying:


Mar 19 12:02

America’s Mass Apathy And Self-Destructive Fatigue Brought On By Chemically-Laced, Nutrient-Depleted Junk Foods And GMOs

There are a lot of folks walking around in a bleary-eyed state of perpetual fatigue and an I-don’t-care-what-happens mentality. Chances are, you’ve witnessed these people yourself. They roll their eyes as if to indicate that they’re perfectly at ease with anything that happens around them, uttering trite sound bites like “whatever,” or “I can’t do anything about it anyway.”<'blockquote>

Mar 19 11:55

About the flaws of science

Here is a link to listen to about how flawed science can be.
I enjoyed listening while breakfasting in the sunshine. Well worth it.
Listen to this article for the blind from Analog Magazine:

Mar 19 10:57

Flashback: Water Car Inventor Murdered

Something to think about during "Earth Hour"

Mar 19 10:09

GMO And The Right To Know: But What’s Hidden Beneath The Label?

Rachel Parent’s campaign (Kids Right To Know) on GMO labelling has been the subject of a GM industry strategy aimed at countering her message. Despite this, in January 2016, Rachel Parent managed to get an invite to Monsanto’s annual shareholders’ meeting in St Louis (listen from 31:45). From the floor, she had the opportunity to address Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant directly and began by saying:

Mar 19 10:01

Earth set for its closest brush with a comet in centuries: Monday will see TWO bodies swerve close to Earth

Early next week, Earth will have one of the closet encounters ever recorded with a passing comet.

Two twin-like emerald comets will fly by the home planet at a safe distance, with the first occurring on Monday March 21, and the second passing by the following day.

Nasa astronomers say these two objects will come 'remarkably close,' with the latter comet approaching 2.2 million miles from Earth, the third closest flyby in recorded history.

Mar 18 17:48


When hydrogen, the main element of water, is introduced to a small piece of the metal nickel or palladium, a reaction occurs that can create excess heat and transmutation products. Excess heat means more heat comes out of the system than went in to the system. The excess heat can make hot water and useful steam to turn a turbine and produce electricity.

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. On Earth, hydrogen is found in water. An energy source from hydrogen is clean, with no carbon-dioxide CO2 emissions. In LENR reactions, only tiny amounts of the hydrogen are consumed and the metal is recyclable when spent.

Ultra-clean and Energy Dense

Mar 18 16:26

"I will destroy humans": This Creepy Android Signals That All Those Scary Sci-Fi Movies Are About to Come True

You’ve just crossed over into… The Twilight Zone.

Just kidding, we are already there. We’ve been there for a while now.

The CNBC headline asked, “Could you fall in love with this robot?” and the outlet also called her “hot,” but the real question should be, “Can you see how all of those nightmarish sci-fi movies are about to come true in our lifetimes?”… although I guess the latter would have been an awfully long headline.

Meet Sophia, a lifelike robot (partially based on Audrey Hepburn (supposedly) with “realistic” facial expressions and cameras for eyes that “jokes” about destroying humans (at least, I think it was supposed to come off as a joke).

(read more)

Mar 18 14:32

Flint burglary where water files stored 'an inside job,' police chief says

Mystery still surrounds an unsolved December break-in at an executive office inside City Hall where Flint water files were kept.

As of Friday, March 18, there were still no suspects in the case, and officials say it may never be known what -- other than a TV -- was taken.

But the city's new police chief Tim Johnson says it's too suspicious that there was a break-in where important documents were kept, just as investigations began heating up and decision makers were beginning to be held accountable.

"It was definitely an inside job. The power cord (to the TV) wasn't even taken. The average drug user knows that you'd need the power cord to be able to pawn it," Johnson said.

Mar 18 13:01

Moderate earthquake hits mountainous Lake Sarez in Tajikistan

A magnitude 5.3 hit Tajikistan’s mountainous areas in the vicinity of Lake Sarez, a spokesman for the Tajik Academy of Sciences’ Geophysical Service told TASS on Friday. "The epicenter of the earthquake measuring 5.3 points on the Richter scale was located near Lake Sarez in the mountains some 330 kilometers southeast of the capital city of Dushanbe," the spokesman said, adding that earth tremors were felt in the city of Khorog, the administrative center of the Gorno-Badakhshan autonomous region, and in Dushanbe. No information is immediately available about damage caused by the earthquake. This was the third major quake near Lake Sarez in the past four months. Lake Sarez emerged in 1911 after a devastating earthquake. The most powerful earthquake of a magnitude 7.2 hit the Pamir Mountains in early December 2015.

Mar 18 12:08

Ten huge drug ripoffs that Big Pharma is campaigning to continue

When did you become aware of the obscene prices the pharmaceutical industry is charging for drugs? For many it was when a smirking Martin Shkreli, founder of Turing Pharmaceuticals, testified on the Hill in February about his price hike of the antiparasitic drug Daraprim from $13.50 to $750, after which he called lawmakers “imbeciles” in a tweeted goodbye.

For others it was the roll-out of Gilead Sciences hepatitis C drug Sovaldi in 2014 at $84,000 for a 12-week course of treatment.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And there IS a question I will ask, henceforward, when I go to a health care professional, and they are about to prescribe a medication for me.

And that question is, "Are you being compensated by the drug company which manufactures the drug you are prescribing for me?!?" And that is really important, because many doctors are guilty of this practice.

As reported at in 2010:

Drug companies say the millions of dollars they pay physicians for speaking and consulting justly compensates them for the laudable work of educating their colleagues. But a series of lawsuits brought by former employees of those companies allege the money often was used for illegal purposes — financially rewarding doctors for prescribing their brand-name medications. Impact What the New ‘Collaborative Media’ Can Mean Our Database Search through nearly 15 million records to see if your doctor has received money from a drug or device company. Search for your physician. Use the Data Get the data that powers this investigation. A complete, digital download is available for purchase in the Data Store. In several instances, the ex-employees say, the physicians were told to push “off-label” uses of the drugs — those not approved by the U.S. regulators — a marketing tactic banned by federal law. In the past three years alone, pharmaceutical companies have anteed up nearly $7 billion for settlements in cases such as one filed by Angela Maher, a former drug sales rep for Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical. Maher sued the company in Massachusetts federal court in 2003, alleging it pushed an anti-seizure drug for 27 off-label uses. She said company officials rigorously tracked whether their payments to physicians were worthwhile. Maher said she would regularly hear commentary from her boss after a physician spoke at a dinner program: “‘After he talked last week, our sales went up 8 percent’ or ‘I listened to doc ABC and he barely mentioned’” the drug. The company settled for $81 million earlier this year and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of misbranding a drug; Maher was awarded $3 million. Allegations in other whistleblower lawsuits provide a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the drug marketers: -- Allergan, the maker of Botox, created faux advisory boards solely “to reward hundreds of its top injectors,” federal prosecutors charged this month. More than 200 doctors, for example, were put up at an oceanfront resort in Newport Beach, Calif., in 2005 and 2006 and paid $1,500 to listen to presentations, according to their sentencing memorandum. Allergan settled with the government for $600 million last month and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for misbranding Botox. Allergan said in a statement that it is “committed to conducting its business with the highest ethical standards and in compliance with all applicable laws.” -- Forest Laboratories created “preceptorship” programs in which physicians were paid up to $1,000 each to allow a sales rep to spend time observing their practice. “In reality, Forest sales representatives used the preceptorships to induce physicians to prescribe [anti-depressants] Celexa and Lexapro,” according to a 2009 complaint filed by federal attorneys in Massachusetts. The reps filled out “return on investment” forms to justify the payments from 1999 until 2003. One rep noted that a psychiatrist’s prescription “numbers were trending up,” and “we need to keep a good thing going as long as we are still getting this kind of growth,” the complaint said. A Forest subsidiary pleaded guilty to one felony and two misdemeanors and the company paid $313 million in criminal and civil fines. In a statement, Forest’s CEO said the firm had improved its “compliance program since the events at issue in this investigation, which occurred a number of years ago.” -- In a 2005 lawsuit pending in Pennsylvania , Wyeth Pharmaceuticals is accused of hiring speakers until 2003 based on how often they prescribed the kidney transplant rejection drug Rapamune. “Wyeth management was able to exclude speakers who did not promote Rapamune, and reward those who did so with repeated speaking engagements and resulting honoraria,” according to an amended complaint filed this year by two former sales reps.

Please don't think for one second that this practice does not continue.

Mar 18 12:01

5,000-year-old water control system found in E China

Mar 18 09:53

How Glyphosate mimics our basic amino acid, and gets into our cells, tissues, chromosome and DNA

A renowned biochemist and research scientist that has been studying Glyphosate, and other potentially harmful chemicals for a long time, he has four peer reviewed scientific papers already published, along with Dr. Stephanie Seneff, on how Glyphosate provides a pathway to various modern diseases.

Now, Samsel has made a more fundamental finding on the chemical and is working on his fifth paper on it. And that finding, for the first time disclosed by anybody on earth, is that glyphosate is essentially an amino acid, but like no other naturally occurring one. And it tries to mimic one that is part of our biology.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That would explain the massive tumors on those test rats if their bodies were trying to use glyphosate instead of glycine in the building of proteins!

Mar 18 09:18

Futuristic military railgun ‘bullets’ could travel at Mach 6

New “bullets” for military railguns, which could strike enemy targets traveling at a whopping six times the speed of sound, are being tested. Electromagnetic railguns and lasers are two technologies the military is harnessing as an alternative to gunpowder. The U.S. Navy is pioneering the futuristic weapons that could play a vital role in future combat.

Mar 18 08:42

Eating In The Dark

I’m sick of writing about labeling genetically engineered foods.

I’m sick of it because there’s really one thing to say, and I’ve said it before: Americans have a right to know how their food is produced. Period.

The fact is that most processed food in the supermarket is genetically engineered. That means it includes ingredients that have genes from other species inserted in their DNA. Nearly every single American has eaten genetically engineered foods, but many of us don’t know it.

Mar 18 08:19

New Cannabis Drug Has Success Treating Rare Form of Epilepsy

By Derrick Broze

A new experimental cannabis-based drug has succeeded in treating children with Dravet syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy...

Mar 18 07:36

Finicum Shooting: Was Bundy Driver/“Bodyguard” an FBI Agent Provocateur?

There is a startling omission in a newly released official “Incident Report” on the shooting death of LaVoy Finicum that has reopened controversy over a key figure in the Oregon standoff with federal authorities. Recent Facebook postings by supporters of the occupation point to the conspicuous exclusion of this individual’s name in the 360-page report released last week as further evidence that he is “the informant and rat” who betrayed Finicum, Ammon Bundy, and the other occupiers.

Mar 18 06:46

The dangers of smart technology

People need to come up to speed with the technology that they are using. All of this smart technology, these smart devices which we surround ourselves with are supposed to assist us in being more efficient. But are these devises more harmful than helpful?

Mar 17 17:18

My Cognitive Dissonance is Killing Me: Clinical Psychologist Marti Hopper, PhD on resistance by some of evidence for controlled demolition seen on 9/11

9/11 Free Fall Radio: Marti Hopper, PhD, Clinical Psychologist

Tonight at 10PM EST/7PM PST: In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele and guest Marti Hopper, who holds a PhD in clinical psychology, discuss the resistance some people have to the evidence for controlled demolition seen on 9/11. They suggest points that 9/11 Truth advocates can make that may persuade fellow citizens to listen to the scientific evidence, to do their own research, and to support a new investigation of the World Trade Center destruction.

Mar 17 17:17

Huge victory for American consumers: Senate rejects DARK Act

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday rejected a controversial bill that would have made labeling genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food products voluntary. The bill needed 60 votes to pass and only received 44. Opponents of the bill have referred to it as the Deny Americans the Right to Know (DARK) Act and warned that it would favor corporations over consumers, who widely support labeling GMOs.

Mar 17 16:33

Have You Been Told It’s All In Your Head? The New Biology Of Mental Illness

Psychiatry is notorious for saying “oops!” for a long history of abusing patients with pseudoscience-driven treatments and its shameful lack of diagnostic rigor. From the 1949 Nobel Prize for therapeutic lobotomy to theRosenhan experiments in the 70s which exposed the invalidity of a psychiatrist’s clinical judgment (hospitalizing and treating actors feigning psychosis)...

Mar 17 15:09

Colonialism Via Data, Sensors, Genes, Neuroscience

In 2007 I wrote and presented a conceptual paper to an international studies group in Portugal. The subject matter was, generally, the use of Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience (ECN) to manage humanity. That paper would eventually finds its way, remarkably, into Rebecca Costa’s seminal The Watchman’s Rattle.

Mar 17 15:05

Many scientific “truths” are, in fact, false

In 2005, John Ioannidis, a professor of medicine at Stanford University, published a paper, “Why most published research findings are false,” mathematically showing that a huge number of published papers must be incorrect. He also looked at a number of well-regarded medical research findings, and found that, of 34 that had been retested, 41% had been contradicted or found to be significantly exaggerated.

Since then, researchers in several scientific areas have consistently struggled to reproduce major results of prominent studies. By some estimates, at least 51%—and as much as 89%—of published papers are based on studies and experiments showing results that cannot be reproduced.

Mar 17 14:10

Bright As 1,000 Suns: Scientists Observe Black Hole’s ‘Feeding Frenzy’

British astronomers report the brightest black hole flare in recent years, as they observe red flashes erupting with the power of a thousand suns.

The flashes of light, which lasted no more than a fraction of a second, were seen emitting from a black hole named V404 Cygni, 7,800 light-years from Earth.

Mar 17 13:28

Excessive Antibiotic Use Has Made Them Ineffective On 50% Of Children – Scientists

Children with urinary infections have very high antibiotic resistance, a new study shows. It is thought the overuse of antibiotics has made treatment ineffective.

Mar 17 12:09

Can nuclear fusion cure cancer?

An experiment using an accelerator-based neutron beam for cancer therapy was successfully performed in Siberia in early March. According to scientists, the method can be used for the most malignant types of tumors that do not respond to traditional treatments; for example, glioblastoma, a common form of brain tumor, which has an average life expectancy of just over a year. The experiment's purpose was to confirm that boron-infused cancer cells die from exposure to neutrons, and to establish the necessary dose and time. The research was carried out by Russian scientists at the Institute of Nuclear Physics, and Japanese neurosurgeons from the University of Tsukuba. "This is the only effective way to deal with invasive tumors whose cells are distributed throughout the body," Dr. Alexander Zaboronok, associate professor of the University of Tsukuba, told RBTH. "It is impossible to completely remove or destroy them using conventional methods.

Mar 17 11:33

Video: ExoMars Launch 360 Footage: Russia/Europe Mission To Red Planet Blast-Off From Baikonur

A rocket has blasted off from Baikonur Cosmodrome carrying a pair of spacecraft which hope to find if there really is life on Mars.

Mar 17 11:27

Survival Hacks: With These 17 Tricks, You Can Improvise Through Any Crisis

One part of prepping is gathering and storing lots of useful gear and supplies.

Another part is honing your skills so that you could likely manage without any of those supplies – if you had to.


Mar 17 10:43

‘Greed has to end’: India urges Monsanto to accept GM-cotton royalty cuts or leave market

India said that US agricultural biotechnology corporation Monsanto is free to leave the Indian market and lose its 90 percent dominance if it does not want to accept the government-imposed price and royalty cuts for its genetically modified cotton seeds.

Mar 17 10:16


In the final days of the 20th century, a North Wales psychiatrist named David Healy conducted a curious study, and with more than a curious result. Twenty volunteers with no history of psychiatric problems were recruited, half of whom were given the drug Zoloft, an antidepressant from the Prozac family of drugs known as the SSRIS, or “selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.” The other half were given an antidepressant that, unlike Zoloft and Prozac, does not selectively target the brain chemical serotonin. Each group took their respective drug for two weeks and then, shortly thereafter, switched to the other.

Healy had designed his “healthy volunteer study” to compare the psychological experience of being on a serotonin antidepressant versus a non-serotonin antidepressant, but before he knew it, two of his volunteers became dangerously agitated and suicidal. Both were taking the SSRI drug.

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Mar 17 10:09


Bioprinting makes it possible for scientists to make organs for transplants in a lab; however, it is a process that is marred by technical difficulties. Whether inside or outside of the human body, 3D printed cells require a complex system of nutrition or they die.

Now, a team of researchers from Harvard has published a paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that reveals a method for bioprinting stronger structures that solves some of these problems. Ultimately, the team has managed to fabricate tissue that lives for an extended period and is 10 times stronger.

“This latest work extends the capabilities of our multi-material bioprinting platform to thick human tissues, bringing us one step closer to creating architectures for tissue repair and regeneration,” says Jennifer A. Lewis., senior author on the study.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is an amazing leap forward, and congrats to the Harvard scientists who made this happen.

Mar 17 10:00

The Government Actually Has A Zombie Apocalypse Plan … And It’s Just Been Declassified

By Jake Anderson

The Black Vault posted two documents retrieved from the NSA using the Freedom of Information Act. Known as CONPLAN888, it reads at times like the treatment to a campy science fiction script, but was created to address real-life emergencies...

Mar 17 09:21

Elijah Cummings DESTROYS Michigan Governor Snyder At Flint Water Contamination Hearing

Mar 17 08:18

The Secret Lives Of Ambien Zombies

Have you ever stripped naked on a plane without cognition, cooked a meal in the middle of the night unawares, or woken up in some strange place, not knowing how on earth you got there? If so, you might be an Ambien Zombie.

Mar 17 07:52

Accidental Vasectomy! Doctor Gives Wrong Patient The Snip In Case Of Mistaken Identity

A doctor has admitted he performed an accidental vasectomy because a patient was sent in for surgery in the wrong order. Dr Nanikram Vaswani now faces being struck off by the General Medical Council (GMC).

Mar 16 19:48

Let Them Drink Arsenic: Texas Keeps Insisting Tainted Water Is Safe – Report

Drinking water systems in 34 Texas communities have tested positive for excessive levels of the carcinogen arsenic for more than a decade, yet the state continues to claim there is no emergency or need for an alternative, a new report says.

Mar 16 17:39

Sucralose Study Highlights Errors Of Industry Tests For Chemicals, Additives And Pesticides

What’s wrong with industry safety tests for chemicals, food additives and pesticides? The honorary president of Italy’s Ramazzini Institute speaks out after industry backlash against his institute’s study that found link between sucralose (Splenda) and cancer

Mar 16 17:33

Study: Eating White Bread & Bagels Can Be Worse Than Smoking – 49% Increase In Lung Cancer

An alarming study has found eating foods high on the glycemic index (GI), such as bagels, white bread, and rice, increase the risk of developing lung cancer by 49 percent — particularly for non-smokers. In fact, when researchers studied the diets of 4,320 people, they were shocked to find non-smokers with diets…

Mar 16 14:57

FDA Changes Drug Review Rules To Challenge Martin Shkreli-Like Medicine Monopolies

The US drug regulator is paving a fast-track for generic remedies to market while also sealing a loophole, used by pharmaceutical executives like Martin Shkreli, to profit from jacked-up prices on exclusive medicines.

Mar 16 12:18

BEX ALERT - China, Russia Planning Space Attacks on U.S. Satellites

China and Russia are preparing to attack and disrupt critical U.S. military and intelligence satellites in a future conflict with crippling space missile, maneuvering satellite, and laser attacks, senior Pentagon and intelligence officials told Congress on Tuesday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Give us lots more money and we will save you!" -- Official White Horse Souse


A moment's thought will discourage anyone from warfare in near-Earth orbit. Down here near the ground, if an aircraft is destroyed, the parts all fall to the ground and that is the end of it. If something is destroyed in orbit most of those pieces simply go into new orbits, threatening other satellites, which when hit, will send their parts into new orbits, which will destroy other satellites, and so forth, creating a cascade of destruction that will leave near-Earth space a field of debris too small to track. Space exploration and commercialization will come to an end!

Mar 16 12:14

DARK Act defeated in U.S. Senate as lawmakers receive tidal wave of calls from angry food consumers who are tired of being LIED to about GMO in their food

The DARK Act was defeated in the U.S. Senate today, achieving a massive victory for consumers and also for the Environmental Working Group, which helped organize large-scale opposition to the bill.

The DARK Act would have outlawed state-level GMO labeling laws nationwide, condemning American food consumers to remaining completely in the dark over the genetically engineered content of their food.

Natural News thanks all our readers who took action to help defeat the DARK Act. We are fighting for your right to know what you're eating, and with your help, we really can defeat Monsanto and its minions like Ted Cruz. ("Monsatan's Preacher.")

Mar 16 12:14

Ted Cruz just got slaughtered at the polls after declaring his support for Monsanto; pro-GMO Republican establishment now in state of total collapse

Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz suffered nationwide devastating defeats at the polls just one day after denouncing health-conscious Americans as "anti-science zealots" for their opposition to GMOs. In a shameless endorsement of agrichemical giant Monsanto during an Iowa speech, Cruz made it known that he was all-in for the agricultural establishment that poisons America with weed killers and toxic GMOs linked to cancer.

But Ted Cruz didn't just casually say he supported Monsanto; he went out of his way to parrot Monsanto's talking points and domineering arrogance, choosing to insult tens of millions of health-conscious Americans by calling them "anti-science zealots" and mocking their legitimate concern over pesticides, herbicides and GMOs in food.

Mar 16 10:19

Why Do Americans Consume 80 Percent Of All Prescription Painkillers?

Waking Times

If Americans are so happy, then why do we consume 80 percent of the entire global supply of prescription painkillers? Less than 5 percent of the world’s population lives in this country, and yet we buy four-fifths of these highly addictive drugs. In the United States today, approximately 4.7 million Americans are addicted to prescription pain relievers, and that represents about a 300 percent increase since 1999.

Mar 16 09:35

FDA changes drug review rules to challenge Martin Shkreli-like medicine monopolies

The US drug regulator is paving a fast-track for generic remedies to market while also sealing a loophole, used by pharmaceutical executives like Martin Shkreli, to profit from jacked-up prices on exclusive medicines.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now granting an “expedited review” to generic drugs producers that would compete with brand-named treatments, currently produced by only one manufacturer.

Mar 16 08:34

Senate set to vote on DARK Act TODAY, bill would criminalize any and all claims that say non-GMO food is safer

A piece of legislation that would prohibit states from enacting GMO-labeling laws, as well as make it difficult for companies wishing to voluntarily label GMOs, is expected to hit the Senate floor for a vote today. The Senate vote has been dreaded by the Right to Know movement ever since it passed the House of Representatives 275–150 in mid-July.

Authored by Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS), the bill has been labeled the "Deny Americans the Right to Know (DARK) Act" by healthy food advocates because it eliminates a person's right to know exactly what is in their food.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What is going on here is very simple. The rest of the world will not buy and eat the GMO food, so Monsanto will sell it to you and the government will make it a crime for you to know what you are eating or to even ask if it is safe!

Isn't life under fascism grand?

Mar 16 08:28

2 Toronto surgeons charged in probe of $200K fraud

Ontario Provincial Police say two Toronto surgeons are facing fraud charges for sums totalling more than $200,000.

OPP says the two men were working as oral surgeons in the department of dentistry at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital at the time of the alleged offences.

Police say the surgeons allegedly billed the provincial health system for surgeries at which they were not present, and added insured billings to surgeries.

Mar 16 08:05

FOOD FORENSICS: Why black tea contains cancer causing chemicals, but green tea prevents cancer

After hearing my podcast below, you'll never drink black tea again. That's because black tea is just burned green tea, and during this burning, all the health protecting antioxidants are destroyed (oxidized).

That's what "burning" is from a chemistry point of view: the rapid oxidation of matter under conditions of high heat, resulting in an exothermic reaction that produces even more heat. What's left behind in black tea is cancer-causing chemicals that have a unique flavor and taste but can compromise your health. They're just as bad for your health as other burned food items such as charred meats or burned toast.

Mar 16 05:35

Colorado juries keep letting people go for driving on weed, prosecutors and cops furious

Colorado prosecutors are getting frustrated at jurors for daring to exercise rationality instead of blindly following the will of the State. A growing number of juries are acquitting people of driving under the influence of cannabis, even when tests show they are over the state’s legal blood-THC limit.

Mar 15 13:26

Ted Cruz Goes All-In for Monsanto; Insults Tens of Millions of Health-Conscious Americans by Calling Them ‘Anti Science Zealots’

U.S. presidential candidate and Texas senator Ted Cruz went all-in for Monsanto on the campaign trail in Iowa, parroting Monsanto’s propaganda by proclaiming that GMOs are feeding the world while insulting health-conscious consumers by equating support of GMO labeling with “anti-science zealotry.”

At the Iowa Agricultural Summit, Cruz revealed that he in effect fully supports the mass poisoning of the American people with hidden (unlabeled) GMOs, cancer-causing glyphosate herbicide, farmer suicides caused by GMO crop failures and the widespread genetic pollution unleashed by genetically modified crops. “[W]e shouldn’t let anti-science zealotry shutdown the ability to produce low-cost quality food for billions across the globe,” he stated, invoking a false claim that’s actually a widely disproven Monsanto talking point.

Hilariously, in making that statement, Ted Cruz also implies that he is literate on scientific issues.

Mar 15 13:23

'Beefed Up' Genetically Modified Beagles Created by Chinese for Experiments

Scientists in China have edited the genes of Beagles in order to suppress a gene that would stop muscle growth, and instead produce dogs that develop abnormally large muscles.

Supposedly, the genetic modification is designed to help Parkinson’s research, not to create designer pets.

However, that trend towards the fanciful, too, is already emerging in this brave new world of Franken-flesh and synthetic enhancement through GMO techniques.
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