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Jan 26 10:51

Fly from New York to London in 11 MINUTES: Radical ‘Antipode’ concept plane that uses rocket boosters revealed 

The engineer behind the Skreemr jet has unveiled another radical, much faster design for future air travel.

Charles Bombardier latest concept jet is capable of reaching Mach 24 - more than twice the speed of the Skreemr and 12 times faster than Concorde.

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That is close to orbital speed!

Jan 26 10:37

This dangerous official state poster encouraged Flint residents to bathe babies in poisoned water

Flint, Michigan continues to grapple with the poisoning of its water supply system. For months the city government of Flint and the state government of Michigan— led by Governor Rick Snyder— ignored scientists, researchers and the citizens of economically depressed Flint who rang alarm bells about the toxic water supply. Instead, they encouraged the people of Flint to drink the water, bathe in the water, and, generally, that the water was safe. Of course the government was terribly wrong.

The debacle of neoliberal policies (Michigan’s government prioritized saving money over safe water) didn’t stop state officials from circulating an online flyer that read, “Hey Flint! It’s Safe to Wash.”

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The governor, and every state and Flint official who signed off on this outrage should resign en masse, and be prosecuted to the fullest extent of Michigan law for reckless public endangerment.

Skin is porous; and if you don't believe that, rub some garlic on your feet, and see just how soon you taste it.

The real upset to me is how long ago city, county, and state officials knew this water was poisoning people, but chose not to fix it because, after all, the people living here were poor, so they didn't matter, and their health, and the health of their children, was irrelevant.

HOW THE FLIP DARE THEY ALLOW THIS TO HAPPEN?!?!?

The State of Michigan should be offering free chelation therapy to every kid who got exposed to this poison, and right the heck now.

What chelation therapy does is gently remove toxins in the system, which are then excreted through the kidneys. This is even recommended by the CDC.

http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/acclpp/blood_lead_levels.htm

Doctors need to test kidney function first, but the chemical used is calcium disodium EDTA, and it is introduced into the body though an IV. Treatments take a couple of hours, and there may be several times it needs to be done, but then the lead levels in the blood are tested again, to make sure that the lead has been completely eliminated from the child's system.

Jan 26 10:27

Frankenscience? Human organs grown in animals to be reportedly approved in UK

The UK Home Office is expected to give the green light this week to a controversial scientific technique developed in the United States. It allows human organs be grown inside animals.

Jan 26 10:12

Militia in Flint join calls for justice in water crisis

On Sunday afternoon, about 30 militia supporters clad in camouflage gear and bearing “Don’t Tread on Me” flags, gathered outside of City Hall to demand accountability amid a national discussion over how the city’s water supply became contaminated.

“We’re here to defend this community," said Matthew Krol, the militia's executive officer, addressing the crowd in a full camouflage outfit with a handgun strapped to his hip. “We’re not going to allow (the government) to step on the people of Flint any longer.”

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Jan 26 10:06

BERNIE SANDERS BLOCKS OBAMA'S FDA NOMINEE, CITING TIES TO PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Tuesday blocked President Barack Obama's nominee to oversee the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, citing the presidential pick's ties to drug companies.

Jan 26 09:56

False Claims and Flawed Conclusions Being Used to Push GM Crops into India

Writing in India’s Deccan Herald newspaper on 26 January 2016, Kalyan Ray places great store in a flawed year-old British Parliament document to promote a pro-GM agenda. According to Ray, the document ‘Advanced Genetic Techniques for Crop Improvement: Regulation, risks and precaution’ from the House of Commons’ Science and Technology Committee reflects several arguments in favour of GM crops that certain Indian scientists have been voicing for years.

Jan 26 09:53

What Are They Thinking?

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Time for a repost in light of toxicwatergate!

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Jan 26 09:53

Under The New World Order

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Time for a repost in light of toxicwatergate!

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Jan 26 09:41

Printable List of Bottled Water Containing Fluoride

The world is slowly waking up to the fact that fluoride, a by-product of the phosphate fertilizer industry, wreaks havoc on the brain and body. Despite peer-reviewed scientific evidence against it, fluoride is still added to 70 percent of U.S. public drinking water supplies.

What’s more is that processed beverages and food, tea, and even bottled water contain fluoride. That’s right, many popular brands of bottled water have a known neurotoxin added to them.

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Even the safe bottled water is toxic!

Jan 26 09:35

Westminster’s (vast) fracking lobby exposed

It’s well known that the shale gas industry has spent millions on PR trying to sway public opinion in its favour. Less visible is the extraordinary political influence it potentially wields via some of the world’s most controversial lobbying firms.

Jan 26 09:16

Flint 2.0? Officials failed to warn Sebring, Ohio residents of lead-contaminated water for months

Children and pregnant women in Sebring, Ohio, have been advised not to drink tap water as another poisoning scandal has erupted in the US. Elevated lead levels in the water were detected last year, but local officials failed to notify thousands of residents for months.

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Jan 26 08:44

Truth in Media: CDC, Vaccines and Autism

The debate over whether vaccines cause autism has become one of the most controversial disputes in this country. In this episode of Truth In Media, the focus is not on whether vaccines are responsible for autism. The issue at hand here is a study that was performed at the CDC and the question of whether the agency was complicit in a cover-up over a decade ago.

For over two years, Truth In Media has explored the allegations of Dr. William Thompson, a CDC scientist who came forward in 2014, hired a whistleblower attorney, and claimed that important data regarding a study on vaccines and autism was eliminated.

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Would the government allow a dangerous product to be sold? Ask the people of Flint Michigan!

Jan 26 08:08

GMO industry hacks and shills trying to claim that healthy eating is a 'mental disorder'

We live in an age of pseudo-illness, from obesity to ADHD. These "diseases" are cooked up in the imaginations of doctors and psychiatrists who attach a label to any arbitrary list of symptoms. In the latest gambit of intellectual chutzpah, scientists at the University of Northern Colorado claim that people with a passion for nutrition may be suffering from a mental disorder.

The latest pseudo-disorder to take the academy by storm is called orthorexia nervosa (ON), which is characterized as "a pathologic obsession for bio-logically pure and healthy nutrition," says Ryan M. Moroze, MD. In other words, if you strive to maintain healthy eating habits, according to these loons, you just might have a problem.(1)

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"Normal people love their GMOs and aspartame!" -- Official White Horse Souse
The Flint water scandal is the wake up call that government is perfectly willing to allow you, indeed force you, to eat and drink (or have injected) highly toxic chemicals as long as there is a fast buck in it.

Jan 26 08:03

Drug shortages in American emergency rooms have increased more than 400 percent

Emergency rooms are health care's front line - in the United States, nearly 45 out of 100 people visit an ER in any given year. But there's an issue brewing behind the scenes in emergency medical facilities, one that can't be fixed by a simple stitch or bandage. A new study published in the journal Academic Emergency Medicine shows that drug shortages in ERs across the United States increased by more than 400 percent between 2001 and 2014.

The study analyzed data from the University of Utah Drug Information Service, which receives drug shortage reports submitted through a public site administered by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Two practicing emergency room physicians assessed whether the reported shortages had to do with drugs used in ERs, then looked at whether they were associated with lifesaving or acute conditions.

Jan 25 21:23

County Sheriff slams BLM and Understands Oregon Protestors

(By Rick Dalton 17 January 2016) In a forceful rebuke of federal criminal activity against the Hammond Family of Burns, Oregon, Milwauke County, Wisconsin Sheriff Davie A. Clarke Jr., in a podcdast a week ago, talked about civil disobedience being sometimes necessary to correct the path of abusive federal agencies.
Clarke’s show, which can be found on Stitcher.com, was devoted entirely to the Oregon standoff between citizens and the BLM.

Jan 25 21:14

MU professor Melissa Click, who called for ‘muscle’ to remove reporter, charged with assault

By Jason Hancock

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Melissa Click, the University of Missouri communications professor who garnered widespread scorn for trying to physically remove a student reporter from a campus protest, was formally charged with assault Monday morning.

Jan 25 19:09

WalMart Store Closures Leave Elderly Villagers With No Grocery Stores, Pharmacies

We’re pretty sure this wasn’t what WalMart had in mind when they first announced that the company was prepared to appease the living wage crowd early last year, but now that the horse has left the barn, we wonder if perhaps the retailer has entered a terminal decline similar to what befell that other “Mart”…

Jan 25 17:59

First Monkeys with Autism Created in China

Scientists in China say they used genetic engineering to create monkeys with a version of autism, an achievement that could make it easier to test treatments but that raises thorny practical and ethical questions over how useful such animal models will be. Neuroscientist Zilong Qiu of the Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences says his team has generated more than a dozen monkeys with a genetic error that in human children causes a rare syndrome whose symptoms include mental retardation and autistic features, such as repetitive speech and restricted interests.

Jan 25 17:56

Cashless Society Beta: UNHCR, IrisGuard launch EyeCloud to assist refugees with biometric banking

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Cairo Amman Bank (CAB) and IrisGuard have announced EyeCloud, a new project in Jordan that delivers financial assistance to refugees through banking and biometric technology based exclusively on UNHCR biometric registration data. The system is designed to facilitate cash-supported interventions that help deliver financial assistance to refugees with speed and dignity, while lowering overhead costs and boosting accountability. The EyeCloud technology, which uses IrisGuard portable iris-scanners, is, according to the company, deemed by experts as the most advanced refugee cash program.

Jan 25 17:18

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists to announce what time it is on the Doomsday Clock

WE will find out how close we are to Armageddon when the world’s most revered scientists gather in Washington DC to announce what time it is on the Doomsday Clock. The symbolic timekeeper of our impending destruction is currently set at three minutes to midnight — the closest we have ever been to that dreaded hour since the clock began ticking in 1947.

Jan 25 17:07

Warning: Feds now foresee $30 trillion debt, blame looming tax hikes and Obamacare

The federal government will be flirting with $30 trillion in debt within a decade, the Congressional Budget Office said Monday in a new report detailing a still-sluggish economy more than seven years into the Obama recovery.

Jan 25 16:37

Obama Announces $1 Billion to 13 States to Build “Climate Resilient Communities” and Gets Told Off on Twitter

Maybe those people should pay a little more attention to how much seemingly no one on Twitter can stand the president anymore and Tweet accordingly.

Jan 25 16:01

Flint rewrites water testing directions blamed in lead pollution crisis

Michigan city’s instructions called on residents to ‘pre-flush’ pipes, a process criticized by federal authorities for reducing levels of toxins detected

Jan 25 15:40

Health surveillance gone wild: 35 federal agencies to collect and share your personal health information

One of the goals of the federal government’s Affordable Care Act is to universally implement the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR). What this means is that federal health authorities have begun a push toward converting all Americans’ health data and medical histories into a digital format which can be easily accessed and shared by doctors, insurance providers, scientific researchers and the patients themselves.

Jan 25 15:04

One quarter of young Americans are too obese to qualify for military service; junk food weakens national security

Forget back and forth shifts in political decisions, terror threats and changing policies; the latest threat to national security may be the fact that many Americans are too obese to serve in the military.

Jan 25 14:31

Monsanto sues California agency over plans to list Roundup as cancer-causing chemical

Agrochemical giant Monsanto has taken a fight for its leading weed killer to court in California, seeking to prevent glyphosate, the main ingredient in the Roundup herbicide, from making it on the state’s list of cancer-causing carcinogens.

Jan 25 14:00

How The US Blocked The EU Ban On Animal Testing In Cosmetics

The testing ban in the EU applied in September 2004 was only on finished products giving millions of people the idea that animal testing on cosmetics had finished completely. In fact the ban did not extend to the individual ingredients that went into them. That ban did not come in until March 2009.

What was the point in banning the use of animal testing on the finished product but not on the ingredients – it’s still animal testing on cosmetics products? Well, there’s more to this than meets the eye.

Jan 25 13:48

ECUADOR TO SELL A THIRD OF ITS AMAZON RAINFOREST TO CHINESE OIL COMPANIES

Ecuador is planning to auction off three million of the country’s 8.1 million hectares of pristine Amazonian rainforest to Chinese oil companies, Jonathan Kaiman of The Guardian reports. The report comes as oil pollution forced neighbouring Peru to declare an environmental state of emergency in its northern Amazon rainforest. Ecuador owed China more than $7 billion — more than a tenth of its GDP — as of last summer.

Jan 25 13:40

Saudi-American Coalition air force air strikes destroy historical archaeology sites in Yemen

Saudi-American Coalition air force air strikes destroy historical archaeology sites in Yemen

Aythel (Baraqish) 1000 B.C the oldest city in Yemen
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Israel routinely exploits archaeology for political purposes, to justify its "ownership" of the holy lands. It hypes its own antiquities (often frauds), while destroying artifacts from history viewed as a political threat. One of the great crimes committed against the people of Iraq was the looting of the Baghdad Museum and the destruction of many important ancient sites inside Iraq.

And more to the point, I think that destruction of ancient sites in the Middle East is deliberate policy.

Egypt is literally littered with the ruins of the ancient temples and palaces of her rulers. As much as has been found, it is estimated that only 1/3 of Egypt's archeological wonders have been uncovered. A newly discovered temple was uncovered while digging a sewer line, and a cache of finely preserved mummies was literally stumbled over by a cow in a pasture.

Iraq's ancient heritage was enshrined in its ancient sites and museum. As a result of the war, many of those sites have been damaged or destroyed. Part of the ancient city or Ur now lies underneath a US air base runway. The treasures of the museum have only partly been recovered. The treasures from the looted archaeological sites have been scattered to the world.

And now Yemen's ancient treasures are being bombed!

All of this wealth of archaeological treasures must of course annoy Israel. We are raised from birth with Old Testament tales of the greatness of the ancient Israelites, of the powerful kingdoms of Solomon and David and the first temple. Yet Israel, while rich in antiquities, is almost totally devoid of artifacts from this supposedly glorious time in her history. The existence of the fabled First Temple was supported with just two artifacts, a carved staff ornament in the shape of a pomegranate and the Jehoash tablet. Both of these artifacts have been exposed as frauds. We are told that once there was a magnificent temple on that hill, but it "all went away." The wonders emerging from the soil of Egypt, Iraq, and Iran serve as a constant reminder that ancient buildings of such a scale as we are told the First Temple was simply do not vanish without a trace.

There is considerable reason to suspect that the tales told in the Old Testament are just that; tales. The Bible is not science, it is the collected stories of a primitive tribal people telling each other how important they are. And like fishermen talking about the one that got away, or Ramses with his temple carvings of the did-not-really-happen victory over the Hittites at Kadesh, the writers of the ancient testaments assumed that the people they were telling stories to had no way to verify the claims for themselves. So "embellishment" was a low-risk activity.

We do know from the available archaeological evidence that the Exodus probably actually happened to the Hyksos, not the Israelites. We know that the story of Moses is suspect because no Egyptian princess would hide a Hebrew child inside Pharaoh's household, then give the kid a Hebrew name ("Moses" is actually an Egyptian title meaning "Prince" and is included in the names of many Pharaoh's names such as Tut-Moses, Ah-Moses, Ra-Moses (Ramses) etc.) Likewise, the story of Masada may be less than accurate. The remains found on the mountain were buried with pig bones, something no proper Jewish funeral would tolerate, which suggests that the bodies found and venerated as heroes of ancient Judea were actually those of dead Romans.

But a good story is a good story and the writers of the ancient texts were probably not thinking much further into the future than the guys who pen the "Celebrity dates space alien" stories you see at supermarket checkout lines. The fact that the celebrity is a real person does not prove the space alien exists. It's just a story.
Given enough time, even a simple story written in jest can take on a life of its own. Scientology began as a bet between two science fiction writers; look how wide spread that has become in just a short time.

But, over time, entire religions with attendant wealth and power structures have been built on the premise that these ole testament stories really happened exactly as written. And today, here in the 21st century world, science has started to catch up with these ancient legends and call many of them into doubt.

So, for a nation that justifies its existence on the writings of the Torah, the plethora of sites and artifacts confirming the ancient histories of Egypt, Iraq, Iran, etc. etc. etc. must seem a dire political threat for a nation whose own ancient history seems to have left little if any traces at all.

In that context, the strange behavior of the US military which posted guards around the Iraq oil ministry while leaving the Baghdad museum unguarded suddenly starts to make sense. So does the intentional targeting of Palestinian antiquities and the theft of their cultural treasures, if the supporters of a very insecure nation decide that leveling the archaeological playing field is preferable to allowing the obvious disparity in artifacts to remain visible to the world.

In an attempt to attach ancient Israel to present day Jerusalem, Israeli authorities continue the attachment of spurious labels to Holy Basin landmarks, while claiming the falsification is due to the Byzantines, who got it all wrong.

King David’s Tower’s earliest remains were constructed several hundred years after the Bible dates David’s reign. It is a now an obvious Islamic minaret.

King David’s Citadel earliest remains are from the Hasmonean period (200 B.C.). The Citadel was entirely rebuilt by the Ottomans between 1537 and 1541.

King David’s tomb, located in the Dormition Abbey, is a cloth-covered cenotaph (no remains) that honors King David. It’s only an unverified guess that the casket is related to David.

The Pools of Solomon, located in a village near Bethlehem, are considered to be part of a Roman construction during the reign of Herod the Great. The pools supplied water to an aqueduct that carried the water to Bethlehem and to Jerusalem.

The Stables of Solomon, under the Temple Mount, are assumed to be a construction of vaults that King Herod built in order to extend the Temple Mount platform.

Absalom’s Tomb is an obvious Greek sculptured edifice and therefore cannot be the tomb of David’s son.

The City of David contains artifacts that date before and during David’s time. However, some archaeologists maintain there is an insufficient number of artifacts to conclude any Israelite presence, including that of King David, before the late ninth century. In any case any Israelite presence must have been in a small and unfortified settlement.

The Jerusalem Archaeological Park within the Old City, together with the Davidson Exhibition and Virtual Reconstruction Center also tell the story. Promising to reveal much of a Hebrew civilization, the museums shed little light on its subject. The Davidson Center highlights a coin exhibition, Jerusalem bowls and stone vessels. The Archeological Park in the Old City contains among many artifacts, Herodian structures, ritual baths, a floor of an Umayyad palace, a Roman road, Ottoman gates, and the façade of what is termed Robinson’s arch, an assumed Herodian entryway to the Temple Mount. The exhibitions don’t reveal many, if any, ancient Hebrew structures or institutions of special significance.

Reliable archaeologists, after examining excavations that contain pottery shards and buildings, concluded that archaeological finds don't substantiate the biblical history of Jerusalem and its importance during the eras of a united Jewish kingdom under David and Solomon.

Margaret Steiner in an article titled It's Not There: Archaeology Proves a Negative in the Biblical Archaeology Review, July/August, 1998, states:

"...from the tenth century B.C.E. there is no archaeological evidence that many people actually lived in Jerusalem, only that it was some kind of public administrative center...We are left with nothing that indicates a city was here during their supposed reigns (of David and Solomon)...It seems unlikely, however, that this Jerusalem was the capital of a large state, the United monarchy, as described in Biblical texts."

Jan 25 13:37

FLASHBACK - Nestle CEO: Water Is Not A Human Right, Should Be Privatized

Is water a free and basic human right, or should all the water on the planet belong to major corporations and be treated as a product? Should the poor who cannot afford to pay these said corporations suffer from starvation due to their lack of financial wealth? According to the former CEO and now Chairman of the largest food product manufacturer in the world, corporations should own every drop of water on the planet — and you’re not getting any unless you pay up.

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Did corporations like Nestle bribe politicians to destroy safe water? Did politicians accept those bribes in places like Flint and Detroit?

If one of the inalienable rights is like (as it states in the Declaration of Independence) that must obviously include the necessities of life, of which water is the most fundamental!

Jan 25 13:01

STUDY: FOOD PACKAGING CAN CONTRIBUTE TO OBESITY

Most food products are now packaged in plastic. German researchers have now shown that plasticisers can enter the body, disrupt hormone production, and cause people to gain weight. EurActiv Germany reports. Plasticisers are added to food packaging, cables and various other products in order to make them more flexible and easier to handle. Otherwise known as phthalates, plasticisers are controversial because they can enter the body through the skin or in food, where they can disrupt hormone production.

Jan 25 11:50

Who Poisoned Flint, Michigan?

By the fall of 2015, news began coming out of Flint about undrinkable water, kids getting sick and a stonewalling state government. I headed back to Flint for a week. I saw orange water running from a hydrant. I read FOIA'd e-mails that prove the city and state decided not to chemically treat Flint's water, something required in every town, village and city in America. There was the woman whose water tested for lead at a toxic-waste level. This was after officials told her she was nuts, even though her daughter lost chunks of her hair in the shower, while her four-year-old son remained dangerously underweight and his skin became covered in red splotches any time it was exposed to the water. And I met a pediatrician who discovered that the lead levels of kids under five in Flint were dangerously elevated. She became physically ill when a state official called her deluded.

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Jan 25 11:40

Leaked Emails: Gov Officials Mocked Flint Residents Who Complained About Water

Once the truth was impossible to ignore, Governor Rick Snyder was quick to apologize and asked FEMA to distribute clean water to Flint. In an effort to provide transparency, the governor released 295 pages of emails related to the crisis, (some of them redacted) which don’t paint a pretty for the state government.

The emails reveal that government officials were completely dismissive of the countless complaints that were made against the tap water. Members of Snyder’s administration mocked residents who complained, saying that they were merely whining about the “aesthetics” of the water and played off their concerns as “initial hiccups.” The governor’s chief of staff said in one email “I can’t figure out why the state is responsible except that [State Treasurer] Dillon did make the ultimate decision so we’re not able to avoid the subject.”

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Jan 25 11:39

Obama Announces $1 Billion to 13 States to Build “Climate Resilient Communities” and Gets Told Off on Twitter

At this point, the money printing machine must be close to a meltdown. The national debt has jumped by an astounding $8 trillion dollars since Obama took office, and the tab is now projected to be $20 trillion by the time he leaves.

Twenty trillion. That’ll mean America’s national debt nearly doubled under his presidency.

So you can probably imagine the majority of people’s surprise and dismay when the White House announced a new billion dollars going to “help build more climate resilient communities”.

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Jan 25 11:32

MONSANTO Wants HILLARY CLINTON For President

Hillary Rodham Clinton’s ties to agribusiness giant Monsanto, and her advocacy for the GMO industry. Her support for genetically modified crops, have environmentalists in Iowa calling her “Bride of Frankenfood”.

Jan 25 10:53

Pharmaceuticals to Cure Marijuana Dependence and Abuse? You've Got to Be Kidding

Researchers looking for a drug to treat “marijuana dependence and abuse” may have found one, but the cure could be worse than the disease.

Jan 25 10:05

THOUSANDS OF BIRDS FOUND DEAD ALONG ALASKAN SHORELINE

As he walked on a beach in the western Prince William Sound town of Whittier, seabird biologist David Irons was startled when he saw hundreds of white lumps on the black rock beach. They were dead seabirds, in what he would discover were likely record numbers, a sign the ecosystem was being troubled by abnormally warm ocean water.

Jan 25 08:34

Oregon standoff: Grant County sheriff urges release of Hammonds

BURNS – Leaders of the armed protesters holding the national bird sanctuary on Tuesday plan to push their anti-government agenda in Grant County, whose sheriff recommends the government give in to two of their key demands.

Sheriff Glenn Palmer said in a statement to The Oregonian/OregonLive that "the government is going to have to concede something" to end the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.

He said freeing a father-son ranching team from prison "would be a start. Sending the FBI home would be a start." He referred to the FBI's lead role in ending the refuge occupation.

"I just pray to God that cooler heads prevail and that no one gets killed," Palmer said.

Jan 25 08:30

Honey of a science project

It took Kumar seven months to collect honey samples from around the island. She had help from beekeepers Jimmy Trujillo and Doug Gates, who helped her network with other beekeepers to gather samples. She gathered a total of 36 samples.

After getting samples, she sent them to a lab in Honolulu and a lab in Germany.

“We wanted to compare the results that were gathered from two different methods to see if they were similar,” Kumar said.

Both lab tests yielded the same results — the area around Kupua and Kapena had the highest levels of glyphosate.

“It’s concerning because pesticides shouldn’t be in honey, and now beekeepers have to question whether or not their honey is safe to sell,” Trujillo said.

High dosages of glyphosate can cause cancer and miscarriages, according to motherearthnews.com.

The new finding may explain why some bee colonies are dying, Trujillo added.

Jan 25 07:50

In Quito, Ecuador With The Iboga Blues Again

Through the agency of a good, kind and sympathetic friend, I was finally able to experience Iboga earlier this month, here in Ecuador.

It was brutal. Please understand that Iboga is a grown up substance, for fully aware and prepared adults, who know what they are in for when they take Iboga. It is absolutely not a party drug, not a recreational substance, not a rave drug that you take before going out to have fun with friends.

Jan 24 15:34

Wealthy buying up luxury doomsday bunkers as world becomes more insane

Such hide-aways are becoming more popular, especially among more affluent Americans, and follow a trend that began after the 9/11 attacks. In addition, the Great Recession of 2007-2008 coupled with the Ebola scare and the rise of the Islamic State have all fed into simmering concerns. Some, no doubt, also are worried about the state of civil society in the United States.

Jan 24 12:47

Paid Gov’t and Corporate Internet Trolls Are Real

The Obamabots are everywhere now and it is really noticable!

You know them…

Their mission has nothing to do with national security, fighting terrorism, and catching criminals. Their mission is to distort public opinion and spread propaganda in order to generate a ‘consensus reality’ – and they are responsible for polluting the internet with much of the garbage in comment sections, Facebook groups, forums and bogus blog posts.

Jan 24 11:56

America Will Spend More on Taxes than Food, Clothing, and Housing Combined

This should not be in the “land of the free.” It is a sad graphic. And remember, much of your tax money is siphoned off by the cronies in industries which are connected and by those in government itself. You are basically an annuity.

Jan 24 11:39

It's not just Flint that's poisoned.

In Flint, Mich., testing has found lead levels of more than 5 micrograms per deciliter of blood in 4 percent of that city’s children. The result is national outrage. In neighborhoods of New Orleans and Boston, New York and Baltimore, across the country in urban pockets much the same size as Flint, those same levels are regularly found in up to 25 percent of children.

Jan 24 11:23

The Porter Ranch Gas Leak: Blame Gov. Jerry Brown

snip: So why is Brown essentially sitting this one out, even though the Porter Ranch leak is by far the worst environmental disaster California has experienced in years? The answer may have a lot to do with his cozy ties to the oil and gas industry. Brown has pocketed over $2,014,570.22 from the oil and gas cartel since his 2006 race for California Attorney General. The industry has also poured lavish amounts of cash, nearly $1.2 million, into the coffers of Brown’s favorite ballot initiatives, such as Prop 30, which passed a temporary tax in 2012 to fund state schools. It’s pay-to-play politics, and the California’s governor knows the game well.

Jan 24 10:10

Mass Evacuation Alert: One of the World's Most Dangerous Volcanoes Awakens

Jan 24 10:09

The Contempt That Poisoned Flint’s Water

Even before the drinking water in Flint, Michigan, was found to be tainted with lead—before water from some areas tested at more than twice the level considered to be toxic waste, and public-health officials said that every last child in the city should be treated as if the child had been poisoned—the governor’s office knew that the water was discolored, tasted bad, smelled strange, and was rife with “organic matter.” They knew, as one memo sent to Governor Rick Snyder in February, 2015, noted, that “residents have attended meetings with jugs of brownish water.” Officials figured that a reason it looked that way was the presence of rust. And they thought that was just fine. They wished, in fact, that the residents would realize how good they had it, when it came to the water’s substance, and stop complaining about its style. Various safe-water laws, the February memo said, “ensure that water is safe to drink. The act does not regulate aesthetic values of water.”

Jan 24 10:08

Lawsuit Seeks To Stop Nestlé From Sucking Water Out Of Drought-Plagued California

It’s simply not OK to extract and profit from local waters during a drought, says everyone but Nestlé and the Forest Service.

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"Look, we have to such your water out and bottle it to sell to the people of Flint ... at $2 each! Why do you think we bribed the politicians to collapse the domestic water system in the first place?!?"

Jan 24 09:40

Flint Residents Told That Their Children Could Be Taken Away If They Don’t Pay For City’s Poison Water

By John Vibes

As the water crisis in Flint deepens, it is becoming apparent that the effects of the lead-infested water are not just a health hazard, but the situation has the potential of ruining many more lives outside of the poison issue. There is no denying that the water in Flint is undrinkable and that it is contaminated with lead and other substances, and it is clear that the government of Flint is responsible for the problem.

However, the city’s government continues to charge people for the poison water and then threatening to foreclose their home or take their children if they refuse to pay...

Jan 24 09:39

WebMD and other health liars exposed... Social media friends are fakes... popular internet sites often destinations of falsehood

Don't believe anything you read about health from the large corporate "gatekeepers" of online information (like Google, Wikipedia, WebMD, etc.)

They're all deliberate lies and misinformation, designed to prevent you from learning the truth about natural cures, disease prevention, nutritional therapies, self-healing, vitamin D for cancer prevention and much more.

Preventing disease, you see, doesn't earn money for all the profiteers of the medical system: the cancer centers, hospitals, transplant surgeons, drug companies and all the media and internet companies they fund (CNN, Google, NBC, Facebook, etc.).

The real truth about health is only found in the independent media. Here are the best sources:

Jan 24 09:34

Migrants bringing infectious diseases back to Europe: tuberculosis, diptheria and more

As part of the Global North, Europeans have been living in first-world comfort since the continent was rebuilt from the ashes following the end of World War II. But a massive new influx of migrants and refugees from third-world countries in the war-torn Middle East and North Africa are reigniting outbreaks of contagious diseases that had been long eradicated from the continent.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well, that's one way to implement the depopulation agenda!

Jan 24 09:15

Detroit collapsing into third world status as water supply becomes too toxic to drink... America's infrastructure imploding

After almost two years of drinking toxic water, the people of Flint were finally acknowledged in October 2015. In the meantime, the high levels of lead found in drinking water translated into brain damage, learning disabilities and pregnancy issues for the residents. Children have been permanently hindered in their natural development. But it took until January 2016 for the government to mobilize the National Guard and begin distributing bottled water and filters in Flint.

What lesson do we have to learn from this? Wouldn't the residents of Flint be much healthier today had they listened to their own instincts and stopped drinking tap water when it started smelling funny? Most importantly, has the government done anything to help prevent this from happening elsewhere in America?

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Jan 23 23:21

DAMN GLOBAL WARMING : NYPD: ‘We Will Arrest You’ If On the Road

Martial law has been decalred in New York City. This comes in response to this year’s biggest snow storm. -- The New York Police Department is threatening to arrest anyone on the road. They are calling it a “travel ban.”

Jan 23 16:49

Obamacare architect under investigation for possible ‘phantom billing’ and tax fraud

The man behind the byzantine and oppressive healthcare reform law known as Obamacare is currently being investigated for alleged phony billing and possible tax violations.

Jan 23 12:17

Recent BLM plans cause debate at hearing in St. George

(KUTV) Southern Utahan's are facing the possibility of recreation and grazing restrictions after a recent report that was released by the Bureau of Land Management.

"We want to keep the open lands, we want to keep things the way they are," said Dave Nelson, a resident who attended the meeting.

He was among hundreds that came to support or fight against the recent plans that were released by the BLM.

"I don't think they're really talking to the people, they're talking to the politicians." Nelson said.

Jan 23 11:20

Lead poisoning symptoms

Initially, lead poisoning can be hard to detect — even people who seem healthy can have high blood levels of lead. Signs and symptoms usually don't appear until dangerous amounts have accumulated.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

With the revelation that most major US cities are concealing problems with their water from the public, similar to what happened in flint, here is a list of the symptoms that appear when lead has reached toxic levels in your body.

Jan 23 09:59

US authorities distorting tests to downplay lead content of water

Water authorities across the US are systematically distorting water tests to downplay the amount of lead in samples, risking a dangerous spread of the toxic water crisis that has gripped Flint, documents seen by the Guardian show.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Only yesterday on the radio show I asked the question that if the government of Flint knew about the toxic water and kept it secret, what other areas in the US might have undisclosed toxic water, whose harmful effects are being hidden by governments more concerned with funding wars, Wall Street, and Israel than in caring for the American people, and just 24 hours later we got the answer!

You can buy home test kits for testing water for lead here!

Jan 23 09:56

Garlic REALLY is good for you: Extract 'reverses build-up of deadly plaque that clogs arteries and triggers heart attacks'

Aged garlic extract reduces dangerous plaque buildup in arteries, according to the study from Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.

That helps prevent the progression of heart disease – which is the leading cause of death worldwide.

Lead study author Dr Matthew Budoff said: ‘This study is another demonstration of the benefits of this supplement in reducing the accumulation of soft plaque and preventing the formation of new plaque in the arteries, which can cause heart disease.’

Jan 23 09:51

Space debris crashing into military satellites may 'trigger armed conflict'

The alarming increase in space junk that is accumulating around the Earth could trigger a political crisis and armed conflict as it poses the greatest danger to military satellites, scientists say.

In a report to be published in the journal Acta Astronautica, Vitaly Adushkin at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow argues that the threat of space debris constitutes a 'special political danger' because the owner of the impacted satellite 'can hardly quickly determine the real cause of the accident.

Unexplained failures of defence satellites could be explained either by unregistered collision with space debris or by an intentional attack by an enemy nation.

Jan 23 09:35

BYE! BYE! RY!

I can not stomach(Crohn's disease) Ry Dawson anymore after his attack on cannabis as a medicine!And how the fuck do I unfriend him and get that piece of shit vid off of my FB page!ASSHOLE!I am really pissed!

Jan 22 16:58

DARPA Launches New Program to Connect Brains to Computers with Implantable Chip

By Nicholas West

The U.S. BRAIN Initiative and its European counterpart, the Human Brain Project, are not spending multi-billions of dollars on neuroscience research simply to help people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and organic brain dysfunction. It is, perhaps first and foremost, a military endeavor that has wide ramifications if even 1/10th of what is being studied comes to fruition...

Jan 22 16:03

No prison time for woman who left nephew in hot car

Deported!!! What the......!

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The day care worker, who left her nephew in a hot car, killing him, will not spend any time behind bars.

The long-running case finally came to an end Friday with prosecutors bending over backward to help keep her out of prison and to keep her from being deported.

Jan 22 15:31

Putin slams Big Pharma and GMO foods

Vladimir Putin stated in a report prepared by the Security Council that Russians should be protected from GMO foods and pharmaceutical companies “at all costs.” The Russian leader judged that human evolution is at “grave risk” and that Western powers are “intentionally decelerating the process for personal gain,” YourNewsWire reported.

According to the report, Putin believes that “we as a species have the choice to continue to develop our bodies and brains in a healthy upward trajectory, or we can follow the Western example of recent decades and intentionally poison our population with genetically altered food, pharmaceuticals, vaccinations, and fast food that should be classified as a dangerous, addictive drug. We must fight this. A physically and intellectually disabled population is not in our interests,” the report revealed.

Jan 22 15:16

America's chemical-soaked, hormone-filled meats impede trade deal with Europe

Earlier this year, many people in the United States were angered over the fact that the USDA was on board with having US chickens sent to China for processing, then shipped back to the States for human consumption. Questionable food practices in China, as well as the illogical nature of such an elaborate import/export process, rendered Americans' stomachs -- and finances -- uneasy.(1)

How interesting it is then, that the United States, which fears China's iffy food security, is now entertaining signing a bill which is providing Europe with those same fears. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), if signed and passed, is poised to create a global megamarket of 800 million consumers spanning from Hawaii to Greece and Alaska to Finland.(2)

Jan 22 15:00

Michigan residents sue Governor Snyder after being lied to about toxic lead in their drinking water

In breaking news, the people of Flint, Michigan, are suing Governor Snyder, the city of Flint, and the state for injuries obtained from drinking lead-contaminated water – water which was been known to be harmful, yet which went ignored. As a result of this blatant shunning of public health, there have been legionnaires’ disease outbreaks (87 since June 2014 to be exact, 10 of which have led to death)

Jan 22 14:46

Discovery of new planet is scientific fake for now

The US scientists claimed that they had discovered a ninth planet in the Solar System. Yuriy Efremov, Prof. Dr. of the Galaxy and Variable Stars Division at the Sternberg Astronomical Institute of the Lomonosov Moscow State University told Pravda.Ru how true this assertion is. 'The planet has not been found yet, this statement is untimely. Once there was found indignation on the Le Verrier's calculation of a new planet location. It's a massive object with the Neptune's mass, a gas one probably. But nobody has seen it yet, and I'm not quite sure that we would be able to detect it optically, it's very far away. The situations are alike, and the stated object should be studied. It won't be an easy task,' the astronomer explained. 'Given the brightness, the object will be quite small, although its mass is estimated to be like that of the Neptune. But it exceeds the mass of the Earth several times,' Efremov said.

Jan 22 14:01

Planned Parenthood Sold Hearts and Brains of 18-Week-Old Babies Minutes After Aborting Them

A shocking new report reveals the Planned parenthood abortion business in Wisconsin lied about and attempted to cover up its sales of body parts of aborted babies. The new report reveals Planned Parenthood sold the hearts and brains of 18-week-old aborted babies to the University of Wisconsin and harvested the body parts just minutes after aborting the babies.

Jan 22 13:47

Did Einstein's Wife "Discover" Relativity?

Einstein's plagiarism was widely known and publicly discussed just prior to the time the Nobel committee awarded Albert Einstein the Nobel Prize in 1921. Rallies had been held in Germany where Nobel laureates condemned Einstein. Professor Oskar Edvard Westin, of Stockholm, informed the Nobel Foundation Directorate of the unoriginality of Einstein's work, its metaphysical delusions, and of the accusations of plagiarism outstanding against Einstein, some of which Einstein never denied.

Jan 22 10:13

HIV infections in Russia have reached record levels, with the number of people registered as HIV-positive passing the one million mark.

HIV infections in Russia have reached record levels, with the number of people registered as HIV-positive passing the one million mark.
And Russia’s AIDS centre boss Vadim Pokrovsky said the epidemic is getting stronger, with the country on the tipping point of infections becoming a generalised epidemic.

Jan 22 09:27

WELFARE USES "PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS" TO IDENTIFY "BAD KIDS" IN L.A. COUNTY

A primary goal of Los Angeles County’s child welfare system is keeping kids out of lock-up. In this pursuit, the county took a surprising step: It used a predictive analytics tool as part of a program to identify which specific kids might end up behind bars, says Pacific Standard magazine. The process wasn’t incredibly complicated: It involved analyzing data about a child’s family, arrests, drug use, academic success, and abuse history. The goal was abundantly clear: separating out the good kids from the potentially bad.

Jan 22 09:00

Oregon standoff Day 21: What you need to know Friday

The coverage by the Oregonian IMHO is inflammatory and incendiary. They and the governor would appear to be trying to motivate the feds to go in and massacre these people. The trolls in the comments section calling for Bundy and his supporters to be killed is appalling. Rivero's Rangers need to kick some butt,commentarily speaking that is!

Jan 22 08:08

Missoula Doolittle Raider Thatcher to join Living Legends of Aviation

Missoula’s David Thatcher, one of two remaining crew members of the famed Doolittle Raiders of World War II, will be feted again Friday night.

Thatcher and his wife, Dawn, are in Beverly Hills, California, where he’ll be inducted into the Living Legends of Aviation at a $5,000-a-plate dinner ceremony hosted by John Travolta.

Thatcher, 94, will be joined by the other Doolittle survivor, Dick Cole of Texas, who turned 100 in September.

Jan 22 07:11

Pharma Drug Trial in France Results in Brain Damage and Death

A recent medical trial in France has left one person dead, three others with possibly irreversible brain damage, and a grim reminder of the dangers of drugs. The study, carried out by Biotrial, a pharmaceutical research firm, was using healthy volunteers to determine the maximum tolerability of an experimental painkiller manufactured by Bial, a Portuguese drug maker. In return for their taking part in the two-week test, the volunteers are said to have each been paid a fee of 1,900 euros (US $2,070). With two more men also said to have been hospitalized, and all six participants having taken the drug at the highest dosage used in the trial, the outcome has been described as the worst tragedy of its kind to have taken place in France.

Jan 21 18:24

DARPA Aims For Brain Implants to Control Machines

An implantable neural chip being developed under a newly-announced program by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which will allow humans to directly communicate with computers and control them with just their mind. Besides the obvious military application, the device will open new possibilities for the treatment of different neural disorders, as well as potentially improving the lives of disabled people who are paralyzed, deaf or blind, DARPA claimed in a press-release.

Jan 21 17:04

8 Things You’re Doing Wrong With Garlic

For all the amazing health benefits of garlic – wouldn’t it be nice to know how to get the best benefits and stop wasting this superfood? Whether it’s eating, storing or cooking garlic – there are some things you need to know to get the best benefits. Here are 8 amazing garlic…

Jan 21 16:58

U.S. healthcare system really does kidnap teens – victim speaks out

Offended by Michelle’s audacity to question the hospital’s care, CPS was called without warning, seizing custody of Rider on April 15 and prohibiting any contact between the teenager and his mother. It would be 24 days before they saw each other again.

Jan 21 16:04

Michigan governor will be called to congressional hearing on Flint water crisis

Susan Hedman, administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency's Region 5 office in Chicago, and Dan Wyant, former director of Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality, are among the other invitees.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Susan Hedman has just resigned from the EPA.

Jan 21 14:17

Hillary Clinton Declares War on Single-Payer Health Care

Single-payer health-care activists are used to being disappointed by Democrats, especially those with presidential ambitions. In 2003, Barack Obama said he was a "proponent of a single-payer, universal health-care plan," but as president he refused to even engage in a discussion on the issue when he was working to pass the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2009-10.

But at least Obama took the same approach as most establishment Democrats and merely ignored an idea that would save the country billions, while covering every single American, regardless of employment or ability to pay. Hillary Clinton, however, hasn't ignored the policy in recent months on the campaign trail. Instead, despite broad popular support for Medicare for All, Clinton has declared war on single-payer health care.

Jan 21 12:13

Monsanto’s Genetically Engineered Roundup Ready Alfalfa Has Gone Wild

A recent study by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists shows that genetically engineered (GE) alfalfa has gone wild, in a big way, in alfalfa-growing parts of the West. This feral GE alfalfa may help explain a number of transgenic contamination episodes over the past few years that have cost American alfalfa growers and exporters millions of dollars in lost revenue. And it also exposes the failure of USDA’s “coexistence” policy for GE and traditional crops.

Jan 21 12:12

Home-made BIONIC ARM: Talented engineer revives paralyzed limb using scrap metal

Wayan Sumardana, welder known as ‘Tawan’, created a self-made bionic arm in his workshop in the village on Bali.

Jan 21 11:39

GMO scientists now developing techniques to intentionally pollute natural organisms' genomes to permanently alter DNA

Due to recent breakthroughs in genetic engineering (GE) technology, scientists are now talking openly about deliberately attempting to modify the genomes of entire wild species to suit human ends – embracing "genetic pollution" as a goal, not a risk.

Jan 21 11:35

M6.6 - 215km SW of Tomatlan, Mexico

Jan 21 11:00

CBC retracts supplement report

Last fall, Marketplace commissioned lab testing for samples of fish oil, vitamin C and protein powder supplements to see if consumers are actually getting what they pay for.

Based on those test results, Marketplace reported that Emergen-C and two protein powders: GNC Lean Shake 25 and Cytosport Muscle Milk failed to live up to label claims.

However, subsequent re-testing of the samples has found that the lab results and analysis provided to Marketplace were incorrect, and that there is no evidence of problems with those products.

Jan 21 10:00

McDonald’s Latest Marketing Ploy Shows Just How Desperate the Food Giant Has Become

By Nick Bernabe

Fast food giant McDonald’s has been having a rough time. Considering its recent decision to close 700 locations in 2015, dire predictions from franchise owners claiming the company is facing its “final days,” and a June announcement that the company was shrinking for the first time in its long history, it’s safe to say McD’s is looking for something — anything — to turn its struggling business around.

The advertising geniuses at McDonald’s may have found that interesting, albeit disturbing something...

Jan 21 09:33

Efforts to plug Porter Ranch-area gas leak worsened blowout risk, regulators say

Southern California Gas Co.'s effort to plug its leaking natural gas well involves higher stakes than simply stopping the fumes that have sickened many residents of Porter Ranch.

The company also is trying to avoid a blowout, which state regulators said is now a significant concern after a seventh attempt to plug the well created more precarious conditions at the site.

Jan 21 09:32

Fracking Danger: Natural Gas Production Contaminates Drinking Water in Texas

Now it’s clear! Fracking is dangerous as natural gas production is responsible for methane contamination of drinking water in Texas!

This new scientific study poses challenge to gas industry assertion that energy boom hasn’t hurt water supply!

Jan 21 09:11

Top US Brand of Children’s Vitamins Contains Aspartame, GMOs, & Other Hazardous Chemicals

The #1 Children’s Vitamin Brand in the US contains ingredients that most parents would never intentionally expose their children to, so why aren’t more opting for healthier alternatives?

Jan 21 08:58

Monsanto Buys Up Heirloom Seed Suppliers

The NM Tree and Garden Center located in Rio Rancho, New Mexico has discovered that Monsanto is buying heirloom seed companies. They are also buying the trademarks to a number of heirloom seeds. This means that you may think you are supporting an heirloom seed company but in reality the company is owned by Monsanto. The seeds themselves are still non-GMO and heirloom and they can be saved at the end of the harvest and resown next season, but you are still giving money to Monsanto.

Monsanto are also buying trademarks so that no matter where you buy certain seeds, they get money from it.

Jan 21 06:44

Dow Chemical fails to appear in court for third time over toxic disaster

Leaders of 5 organizations representing survivors of the Dow Chemical (Union Carbide) disaster in Bhopal, India condemned the US government for protecting Dow from ongoing criminal proceedings in the Bhopal District court. Dow Chemical failed to appear in court for the third time recently to account for exposing half a million people to the deadly gas, methyl isocyanate. [1]

Jan 21 06:39

Another high-profile global vaccine conspiracy exposed — This time it’s the HPV vaccine

As a researcher who’s been tracking vaccine issues, including scientific hijinks, since the 1980s, I cannot express what a pleasure it is to report the following unfolding vaccine geo-political drama. This alleged conspiratorial action is about the fourth or fifth one to break into daylight.

Jan 21 04:27

Around 80 settlements in south Ukraine remain without power after heavy snowfall

"On Wednesday specialists from utility companies completed works on restoring electricity to settlements that were left without power as a result of complicated weather conditions - gusts of wind, snowfall and icing," the press service said. Seventy-two settlements in the Kherson Region, five in the Mykolaiv Region and one settlement in the Odessa Region currently remain without electricity. Repair works are underway.

Jan 20 20:36

BEXALERT!: Earth’s temperature depends on where you put thermometer

HMMMMM!It all depends on where you put the thermometer. Maybe they should try a rectal thermometer!

WASHINGTON (AP) — When it comes to measuring global warming, it’s all about altitude.

Temperature readings taken close to Earth’s surface — about 6 feet off the ground — show a slightly warmer planet than measurements taken from on high by satellites in orbit.

And that discrepancy has given ammunition to climate-change doubters.

Government agencies and most scientists rely primarily on ground measurements, and they show that 2015 was the warmest year on record.

Jan 20 18:44

THE GREAT GLOBAL WARMING… I’m sorry, BLIZZARD OF 2016?

While there is still time for shifts in the exact storm track, which could alter snow totals some, the consensus of forecast models indicate more than a foot of snow will fall in many areas.

Jan 20 17:17

Detroit Teachers Stage Mass Sickout On Day Of Obama’s Visit, Protest Planned At Cobo Center

Mass teacher sickouts have prompted nearly all of Detroit Public Schools to close on the day President Barack Obama is set to visit the city.

Jan 20 16:58

Dow Fails to Appear in Court for the Third Time over Toxic Disaster

Leaders of 5 organizations representing survivors of the Dow Chemical (Union Carbide) disaster in Bhopal, India condemned the US government for protecting Dow from ongoing criminal proceedings in the Bhopal District court. Dow Chemical failed to appear in court for the third time recently to account for exposing half a million people to the deadly gas, methyl isocyanate.

Jan 20 16:29

Most Global Warming Ever? NASA & NOAA Claim 2015 Was the Hottest Year in Recorded History

Nope, they are saying hottest year in recorded history. Never mind the fact that “recorded history” involves these people — with a vested interest in an agenda — recording it, people who have already been exposed as rigging it to look hotter than it really is outside…

Jan 20 16:11

NASA wants public to create robotic arm for its ISS flying robot

NASA wants its robot on the International Space Station to acquire new capabilities, including the ability to perch. In order to do so, it’s tapping public engineers in search of an innovative design.

Jan 20 16:10

Report Warns that Plastics Will Soon Outweigh Fish in World’s Oceans

The weight of plastic waste clogging the world’s oceans threatens to exceed all fish by 2050 if the world’s seemingly insatiable appetite for the material continues at the current explosive rate, warned a new report presented on Tuesday.

Jan 20 14:57

STEAMING BOVINE EXCREMENT : Study Blames Early Man’s Actions for ‘Global Warming’

The world’s first farmers and their slash-and-burn agriculture may have set off global warming.

Jan 20 13:49

How Monsanto’s Glyphosate Attacks our Core Cellular Functions

Monsanto’s Round Up herbicide, containing the likely-carcinogenic glyphosate, is causing widespread mitochondrial dysfunction in cells. This is associated with a long list of degenerative disease and chronic health conditions including autism, Alzheimer’s, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, type 2 Diabetes, Parkinson’s, and obesity.

Jan 20 12:53

Feds Spend $149,997 to Change Farmers’ ‘Skepticism’ of Man-Caused Climate Change

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is spending $150,000 in an effort to change farmers who have a “skeptical” view of human-caused global warming.

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