Dec 30 16:22

High dose vitamin D could treat multiple sclerosis, scientists find

Taking large doses of the recommended daily dose of vitamin D could be a cheap and simple treatment for multiple sclerosis, say scientists.

Low levels of vitamin D in the blood are known to be associated with an increased risk of developing MS.

And patients with low levels of the vitamin are also likely to suffer from disability, but until now scientists have now known if supplements could help the condition.

Now research by Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore has shown that upping levels of the sunshine vitamin dampens down the immune system, stopping it attacking nerve fibres.

Dec 30 16:12

Heroin dealer in chief

A heroin surge is shocking and awing Americans, 165,000 of who will be killed the next ten years. How does 415,000 kilograms (913,000 pounds) of heroin from US-occupied Afghanistan get to US each year? Opium Wars I & II were British troops forcing farmers in India and Pakistan, colonies of Britain then, to grow opium which Brits pushed on Chinese to try to make China a colony of Britain too. In the 1980's, CIA grifters flew weapons to Contras in Nicaragua and flew crack cocaine back to the USA . The DEA did nothing to stop CIA felons from dealing crack in the USA.

Dec 30 15:36

Three vaccine 'science' fraudsters who should probably be (or already have been) in jail: Poul Thorsen, Paul Offit and Henry Miller

You know the American justice system is in utter shambles when a non-violent, elderly man is sentenced to life in prison for his involvement with the cannabis plant, while corrupt scientists and drug company CEOs who lie about the safety of pharmaceuticals and vaccines, harming and killing thousands of innocent children in the process, get off scot-free.

Dec 30 13:53

Heroin dealer in chief

A heroin surge is shocking and awing Americans, 165,000 of who will be killed the next ten years. How does 415,000 kilograms (913,000 pounds) of heroin from US-occupied Afghanistan get to US each year?

Dec 30 12:06

Activist Jailed & Tortured for Exposing Gov’t Role in Illegal Uranium Mining Speaks Out

By Claire Bernish

Nuclear energy always has been, and likely will be for the duration of its existence, the subject of controversy and contention for many; but often the enmity surrounds radioactive waste and its disposal or risks of monumental meltdown catastrophes, as occurred at Chernobyl in 1986 and Fukushima in 2011. Rarely does such contention concern sourcing of uranium for nuclear energy — but it should.

Golden Misabiko, an award-winning human rights activist, risked his life exposing governmental corruption...

Dec 30 11:50

Study Proves Fluoride Does Not Promote Dental Health – US Teeth “Significantly” Worse Than UK

Blowing the pro-water-fluoridation argument out of the water, a new study by Harvard and University College London just found Brits — notoriously crooked smiles and all — actually have better dental health than people in the United States. No, seriously.

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So the US Government recommended fluoridation to improve dental health. Recently they were forced to admit it doesn't work, and with this report it now turns out flouride is actually harmful to teeth!

Reminds me of back in the 1920s when the US government recommended fluoroscopes be in shoe stores to make sure shoes fit properly and allowed workers to work longer and harder. The US Surgeon General even made educational films touting the use of these devices. Then in the 1930s shoe store employees started dying of cancer, and eventually the machines were banned.

So why would you trust the US Government today when it tells you vaccines are safe and necessary, that GMOs are harmless, TSA scannmers don;t cause skin cancer, and that humans are warming the Earth?

Dec 30 11:29

Dad Arrested, Two-Year-Old Daughter Taken, for Successfully Treating Her Cancer with Cannabis Oil

By John Vibes

As cannabis is taken more seriously as a medicine and a treatment, more people are taking a chance and using it as a treatment for terminal illnesses. This treatment has had overwhelmingly positive results for countless people who had no other hope of recovery. Every day more stories and scientific studies are appearing from all over the world where people of all ages, even young children, are cured of life-threatening illnesses with cannabis oil.

More often than not, these patients face legal penalties and even jail time for trying to better their lives. In the case of parents with children who have terminal illnesses, they are forced to break laws to get their kids the treatment that they need...

Dec 30 09:42

Bill Cosby Charged with Sexual Assault

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Bill Cosby was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting a woman at his home 12 years ago — the first criminal charges brought against the comedian out of the torrent of allegations that destroyed his good-guy image as America’s Dad.

The case sets the stage for perhaps the biggest Hollywood celebrity trial of the mobile-all-the-time era and could send the 78-year-old Cosby to prison in the twilight of his life and barrier-breaking career.

Dec 30 09:05

Physicists come up with way to make more effective fuel cells

An international research group including Russian, French and German scientists has developed ion-exchange synthetic membranes based on amphiphilic compounds that are able to convert the energy of chemical reactions into electrical current. The new development described in the journal Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics could potentially be used in fuel cells, and in separation and purification processes. The study was conducted by Moscow-based Laboratory of Functional Organic and Hybrid Materials, which was opened in 2014.

Dec 30 09:01

These $900 Biogas Units Turn Organic Waste Into Cooking Fuel And Fertilizer

By Amanda Froelich

Thanks to the genius of an Israeli start-up company, the leftovers and food scraps people haphazardly throw into the trash can now be repurposed into fuel for cooking and fertilizer...

Dec 30 08:29

Introducing a Real Science-Based Website on GMOs Launched by Experts in Science

By Natural Blaze

GMwatch has announced that a new science-based website,, has been set up by a group of experts in science, medicine and agronomy “to evaluate the data on the pros and cons of genetically modified organisms (GMO) through an expert review process”.

What would real science concerning genetically modified crops look like? What would unbiased science look like – without the industry lines?...

Dec 30 08:04

Tesla’s New Gigafactory is Entirely “Off-Grid” and Powered by 100% Renewable Energy

By Justin Gardner

Besides producing state-of-the-art electric cars which will be ready for the renewable future, Tesla has innovated something called the Powerwall. This home battery system is charged using electricity generated from solar panels, which has helped to open the floodgates to residential solar power generation.

Tesla’s next technological marvel is currently being built in Nevada, called the Gigafactory...

Dec 30 07:44

Israeli Army Admits To Using Pesticides As A Weapon Of War In The Middle East

By Amanda Froelich

It wasn’t too long ago that Agent Orange, a devastating chemical produced by Monsanto, was used in the Vietnam War to strip the jungle environment of its foliage and give the U.S. military an advantage. At the time, the effects of the toxic herbicide weren’t well-known, but it’s now understood that the chemical causes unspeakable damage to humans, wildlife, and the environment.

Once again, herbicides are being weaponized – but this time in the Middle East...

Dec 29 23:05

The Reason Why Diet and Exercise Don’t Work Like They Used To

Waking Times

There is a good reason why diet and exercise don’t work like they used to, and that’s because food is not at all what it used to be.

Dec 29 15:47


So this whole time they’ve been telling us that fluoridated water is good for us, there wasn’t any real evidence to support that assertion? And they dumped it into our water supply for what reason exactly? To wait and see what it does to our bodies? Lovely.

Dec 29 15:43

There Is No Climate Change Disaster Except The One Governments Created

At the Paris Climate Conference of the Parties (COP21) we witnessed the biggest display of failed leadership in history from 195 countries. They established incorrect and misdirected policy based on failed and falsified science. It is a classic circular argument on a global scale. They invented the false problem of anthropogenic global warming/climate change and now they want to resolve the problem, but with a more disastrous solution.

Dec 29 15:31

Permaculture: The New Paradigm Of Self Sufficient Community Based Living

The fact of the matter is that over the years we have allowed ourselves to be more and more accepting of the urban way of life with an ever-increasing preoccupation and overdependence on technology. Overcrowded but isolated from one another living in unnatural concrete jungles, brainwashed into the superficial consumerist lifestyle,…

Dec 29 15:30

99% Of Costa Rica’s Electricity Came From Renewable Energy In 2015

The country’s plans included utilizing the region’s plentiful rainfall to power impressive new hydroelectric infrastructure. They also planned to use geothermal sources, wind, biomass, and solar energy. A new year-end report…

Dec 29 15:24

‘Toxic stress’: Max blood lead levels in Flint children 7 times higher than CDC guidelines – doctor

Experts who blew the whistle on lead-contaminated water in Flint, Michigan, and its impact on children said some kids had blood lead levels far higher than those US health officials consider “elevated” – and that the state knew kids were being poisoned.

As Michigan officials scramble to help the affected community, a lead researcher who helped expose the toxicity of the water, Virginia Tech professor Marc Edwards, said city and state officials should have known that the Flint River was highly corrosive before they decided to switch from the Detroit water system in 2014. He called the lack of water treatment “unprecedented.”

Without phosphate treatment, the corrosive water flowed from the Flint River through the city’s lead pipes for 17 months and became contaminated. Failures at multiple levels of government exacerbated the problem and delayed the response to the developing crisis.

Dec 29 14:30

John McCain Blows Lid as US-Russian Sanctions Fall Apart – US Orders Russian Rockets for New NSA Spy Satellite

Does McCain have a financial interest in ULA’s domestic competitors who are vying for this same deal? Or is the geriatric war hawk simply upset because his own Cold War-style diplomatic house of cards is starting to collapse? Certainly, this latest breach will send ripples back across the Atlantic as European nations currently suffering under the US-led sanctions regime will be left wondering, “what’s the point?”

Dec 29 13:17

International Space Station crew to celebrate New Year 15 times

The International Space Station (ISS) crew will be able to celebrate the New Year for 15 times in a row, the Russian mission control center told TASS on Tuesday. For the first time the crew will celebrate the New Year flying over New Zealand. The ISS crew lives on Greenwich Mean Time, so the station will be above the Pacific Ocean when the New Year comes to Greenwich. The New Year in Moscow, where the mission control center is located, will come when the crew will be between the South America and Africa. The astronauts will be flying over the Pacific when the NASA control center in Houston will meet 2016. The 15th celebration may take place to the south-east of New Zealand. The ISS crew includes Russian cosmonauts Mikhail Korniyenko, Sergey Volkov and Yuri Malenchenko, NASA astronauts Timothy Kopra and Scott Kelly, and European Space Agency’s Timothy Peake.

Dec 29 10:57

Why Engineers Can’t Stop Los Angeles' Enormous Methane Leak

One of the biggest environmental disasters in US history is happening right now, and you’ve probably never heard of it.

An enormous amount of harmful methane gas is currently erupting from an energy facility in Aliso Canyon, California, at a startling rate of 110,000 pounds per hour. The gas, which carries with it the stench of rotting eggs due to the addition of a chemical called mercaptan, has led to the evacuation 1,700 homes so far. Many residents have already filed lawsuits against the company that owns the facility, the Southern California Gas Company.

Footage taken on December 17 shows a geyser of methane gas spewing from the Earth, visible by a specialized infrared camera operated by an Earthworks ITC-certified thermographer. The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) released the footage last week, calling it “one of the biggest leaks we’ve ever seen reported” and “absolutely uncontained”:

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Southern California Edison cannot stop the leak because their engineers are still guessing.

There has to be someone on this planet who has dealt with this kind of problem successfully before; Southern California Edison has to collectively swallow its pride, and call in some consultants who understand how to get this leak to stop.

Otherwise, this utilities company may well get sued out of existence.

Dec 29 09:42

Donald Trump: An Evaluation

Trump is popular not so much for his stance on issues as for the fact that he is not another Washington politican, and he is respected for not backing down and apologizing when he makes strong statements for which he is criticized. What people see in Trump is strength and leadership. This is what is unusual about a political candidate, and it is this strength to which voters are responding.

Recently I watched a video of a woman described as a "Trump advisor" who repeated neocon nazi William Kristol's statement: "What's the use of nuclear weapons if you can't use them?"

How did a William Kristol neocon nazi get on Trump's staff? What more proof do we need that even if Trump is elected, the establishment will prevail despite Trump.

Dec 29 09:29

‘Toxic stress’: Max blood lead levels in Flint children 7 times higher than CDC guidelines – doctor

Experts who blew the whistle on lead-contaminated water in Flint, Michigan, and its impact on children said that some kids had blood lead levels far higher than those US health officials consider “elevated” – and the state knew kids were being poisoned.

Dec 29 09:23

Flashback - In flood-struck Colorado, concerns about fracking spills

Contaminated water spilling from flooded oil and gas drilling sites in Colorado is refocusing attention on the environmental risks surrounding America's fracking boom.

Floods that have devastated north-central Colorado, killing eight people and displacing thousands, have also dislodged storage tanks that hold drilling wastewater left over from the production process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

While the impact of leaks is yet to be assessed, environmental groups, which oppose fracking, are expressing concerns about the risk of adding drilling fluids to other toxins potentially loosed by the floods.

Dec 29 09:11

Virus outbreak causing babies with tiny brains could spread to U.S.

The CDC is reporting increasing numbers of babies being born with microcephaly, that is, babies born with smaller than expected heads. The virus that may cause this has been named the Zika virus, and Brazil, who is hosting the summer Olympics in 2016, reported its first case of Zika virus disease back in May, 2015.

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Washington DC has suffered an ongoing epidemic of this problem for decades!

Dec 29 08:31

Paradigm Shift — Unusually High Number of Cops Quitting to Join the Push for Legal Weed

By Justin Gardner

Illinois recently joined the list of more enlightened states by enacting a Medical Cannabis Pilot Program, with the legal sale of medical cannabis commencing on November 9. While the first week garnered $210,000 in sales at the few dispensaries currently open, another statistic is proving to be very interesting.

The Illinois medical cannabis business is attracting an unusually high number of former law enforcement officials, with a wide range of backgrounds, from homicide detective to judge to Secret Service agent...

Dec 29 08:15

Long duration M1.8 solar flare produces a full halo, Earth-directed CME

A long duration solar flare measuring M1.8 at its peak time erupted from central Region 2473 at 12:45 UTC on December 28, 2015. The event started at 11:20 and ended at 14:09 UTC. The flare produced a full halo CME heading directly toward Earth.

Dec 29 07:18


Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, muscle aches and abdominal pain. Doctors recommend those who may have it should wait 48 hours after the symptoms go away to return to work.

Dec 29 06:32

Poll of 8800 shows many believe megaquake and tsunami will soon hit Pacific Northwest

56% of poll-takers say, ‘Everything west of I-5 will be toast after coming megaquake and tsunami’

Dec 29 04:16

China launches satellite for remote sounding of Earth

The satellite was launched with the aid of a Changzheng rocket from the Xichang launch center in Xichuan province. Xinhua quoted Administrator Xu Dazhe as saying the satellite that is equipped with a system of optical observation has been placed into the geosynchronous earth orbit. Xu called it the most advanced space probe of its kind nowadays. It will be used for remote tracking of geological processes and forest fires and for drawing up weather forecasts. All in all, China plans launching seven satellites of the Gaofeng family through to 2020. Unlike the Gaofeng-1 and Gaofeng-2 that were launched into low geosynchronous obits, the Gaofeng-4 is orbiting the Earth at an elevation of 36,000 km. The designer-in-chief of the project, Li Guo said the satellite can see an oil tanker in the oceanic spaces with the aid of a CMOS camera ensuring the best resolution among the cameras installed on satellites for remote sounding of the Earth.

Dec 28 21:19

The Rise of Crony Capitalism and Corporate Welfare - Stefan Molyneux

why earn the money when buying politicians is cheaper and more likely to yield high returns?

Dec 28 14:41

Walking Corpse Syndrome: some people believe they are the living dead

Walking corpse syndrome is a very rare neurological disease, formerly known as Cotard’s Syndrome or Cotard’s Delusion, named after the French neurologist Jules Cotard. Cotard’s observations with his patient, Mademoiselle X, earned him the right to have the disease to be named after him, but his patient’s case, circa 1888, was not the first ever recorded.

Dec 28 14:40

The LA Methane Leak - "Don't Worry, The Air Is Safe To Breathe"

On this edition of DTRH Popeye spends the first hour covering the ongoing, and massive methane leak in the Porter Ranch suburb of Los Angeles California. The leak is so massive there is a no fly zone set at 2000 ft above it, and people are already being moved out of their homes. This is as bad as the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico except it's methane into the air rather than oil into the water. Popeye points out how fast things are happening on the ground in Porter Ranch vs. the ongoing, dragged out situation in St. Louis with the leaking radioactive waste sites like the Westlake Landfill. It goes to show you the power of the nuclear cartel.

Dec 28 11:12

A family destroyed: Six-month-old dies after clinic injects baby with 13 vaccines at once without mother's informed consent

Totally unbeknownst to his mother, Bently received a staggering 13
vaccinations that day, including two triple doses of DTap, Hepatitis B, a
polio shot, three oral rotavirus doses, and a pneumococcal pneumonia
vaccine. It was all compressed into three shots and one oral dose. It
took the nurses half an hour to prepare all the shots Bently received.
The pediatrician told Alisa that her boy perfectly
healthy—that he showed above average strength in his stomach and legs.

Five days later, he was dead.

Dec 28 08:50

Sacramento officials caught secretly adding cancer-causing chemicals to the water supply

Between 2013 and 2014, the City of Sacramento began quietly adding a chemical known as aluminum chlorohydrate, or ACH, to the public water supply in a supposed effort to save money on water purification. ACH was introduced as a replacement for ALUM – another chemical that had previously been used to remove larger particulates – because it is said to be cheaper than ALUM.

ACH was never properly safety tested, and in fact was known at the time to cause cancer, miscarriages and birth defects when ingested or inhaled. But city officials decided to add it anyway, which resulted in many local residents developing these and other health problems. Some residents even developed cancer as a result of consuming the contaminated water throughout the course of the year.

Dec 28 08:00

Tragic cancer patient who was killed by an overdose of chemotherapy

Robert Trivett, 49, went to his GP in Bristol suffering from chronic back pain but was told he had sciatica.

But as the pain intensified Mr Trivett was diagnosed with cancer and had surgery to remove two tumours on his back.

The operation went well but his condition deteriorated, and he died one week later, following an overdose of chemotherapy.

Dec 28 07:20

The Important Synbiotic Relationship Between Probiotics And Prebiotics

The nearly-fanatical obsession with probiotics has been thriving for roughly a decade, but recently a new contender has been ushered into the spotlight – prebiotics.

Dec 28 07:20

Alternative Energy: What Is Biogas?

Biogas is quietly gaining ground on traditional fuels, and is used for everything from powering electric generators, to fueling cars, buses, and even trains. It is also replacing petroleum-based cooking gas across many parts of rural Asia, including India, China, and Thailand. To make biogas, one needs only to create a sealed…

Dec 27 12:48

California police officer killed protecting Alex Jones from potential killer

AUSTIN, Tex. (INTELLIHUB) — If you don’t already know him, Alex Jones is a controversial radio talk show host who does what he says and says what he does. The guy is for real and he’s in it for the long-haul. In fact, you can likely bet he’s one of the establishment’s top enemies aside from Donald Trump who Jones recently interviewed.

He’s been exposing the “New World Order” as he’s termed them, the world’s top “globalist elite” for years on his popular radio show, “The Alex Jones Show”.

On Dec 22. Jones reported while on air that the Police Chief of Austin had previously informed him that they had arrested someone who came to town awhile back to kill Jones.

Jones said:

Dec 27 12:18

Former prosecutor says Steven Avery documentary on Netflix is unfair

This fellow was wrongfully convicted of rape and released. The state was going to have to pay him $36 million for a wrongful conviction,so they set him up again
and these film makers have the prosecutor dead to rights and the prosecutor is cryin like a little bully baby!

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The prosecutor who put Steven Avery in prison for killing a young photographer says a Netflix documentary chronicling the case is slanted toward the defense.

Avery made headlines in 2003 when he was released from prison after spending nearly two decades behind bars for a rape he didn’t commit. Two years later, Avery was charged with killing Teresa Halbach, a freelance photographer who visited the Avery family salvage yard to take photos of cars on Halloween and was never seen alive again.

Dec 27 09:49

Our government wants to keep you in the dark about GMOs

By now I hope everybody knows about the dangers of GMO foods. I have been reporting on this for years. GMO (genetically modified) foods are exceptionally contaminated with pesticides. And they are internally contaminated with chemical substances in the food that human beings have never been exposed to. The so-called safety studies that indicate they are harmless are short term and poorly done.

The reality is studies have linked them to the current outbreak of many chronic diseases. These include Alzheimer's, colitis, Crohn's disease, autism, Parkinson's, diabetes, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, and thyroid cancer. And now, the lobbyists in congress want to pass a bill to guarantee that you can never be sure that you're not eating a GMO-produced food. That's the bad news. But the good news is that there's still some time to stop them.

Dec 27 08:42

MEDIEVAL FORMULA: The monks hid the recipe for the strongest natural antibiotic!

The formula dates back to medieval Europe from the time when people are suffering from all kinds of diseases and epidemics. This tonic is in fact the antibiotic which is kills gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.
It also has potent antiviral and antifungal formula, increases blood circulation and lymph flow in all parts of the body. It is an excellent remedy against candida. This Tonic has helped many people to heal many viral, bacterial, parasitic and fungal diseases.
The secret is the powerful combination of high quality natural and fresh ingredients.

700 ml apple cider vinegar (always use organic)
¼ cup finely chopped garlic
¼ cup finely chopped onion
2 fresh hot chillies (be careful with cleaning - wear gloves)
¼ cup grated ginger
2 tablespoons grated horseradish
2 tsp turmeric powder or 2 pieces of turmeric root

Combine all ingredients in a bowl except vinegar.


Dec 27 07:52

On Medicare-for-All, Clinton Reminds Us That She's Part of the Problem

If the Hillary Clinton campaign had its way, supporters of Bernie Sanders – whose backing she will obviously want in November should she win the Democratic nomination – would feel that, while Clinton might not be all that they want in a president, she would at least go part of the way there. But if you followed the third debate deep enough into the night, you witnessed, in what stands as the most disingenuous moment of the Democratic race thus far, Clinton not simply disagreeing with Sanders on his Medicare For All, single payer health insurance plan, but knowingly distorting it. This was not Hillary Clinton offering a more moderate version of a solution, this was Hillary Clinton acting as part of the problem.

Dec 27 07:42

The cost of failing infrastructure

After the city started using the Flint River as a source for drinking water in April 2014, by decree of Michigan Governor, Gary Snyder, Flint residents endured several months of irritating health problems, including hair loss and rashes.

For years, the community of Flint had sourced its water from Lake Huron by purchasing it from Detroit. Then a temporary switch was enacted by Governor Snyder and Flint residents were forced back to the use of river water.

But Governor Snyder of Michigan never put adequate controls in place to protect the aging plumbing infrastructure throughout Flint. The river water then started to eat away at the pipes. As a result, lead from the pipes leached into the water and worked its way into people’s homes, impregnating their diets and their bodies.

Dec 26 17:33

Employees In This Office Space Share Their Cubicles With An Urban Farm

By Amanda Froelich

The last place you might expect to see an urban garden is in the heights of a city skyscraper, but that’s exactly what you’ll be surprised with if you visit Pasona Inc. in Japan...

Dec 26 17:10

The Anthrax Files: US Forces Conducted Multiple Secret Anthrax Experiments in South Korea

By Janet Phelan

The initial admission by the Department of Defense that one sample of live anthrax was inadvertently sent to Osan Air Base in South Korea has now been revealed to be grossly inaccurate...

Dec 26 11:07

Fluoride 'could give you bone cancer' claim experts as they call for a halt to adding the chemical to drinking water

Health experts have called for a halt to adding fluoride to drinking water amid claims it could give people bone cancer. The chemical has been added to water supplies covering six million people in the UK for more than 40 years and the process is backed by Public Health England who say it is a 'safe and effective' health measure to combat tooth decay. But researchers are now saying it may cause seriously dangerous side effects such as bone and bladder cancers and also lower children's IQs.

Dec 26 09:29

Canadian Doctor Killed, Body Found in Makeshift Grave

Just 48 hours after I’d written about another Canadian doctor who researched cancer, founded murdered… We have another one who is about the same age.

Dec 26 09:17

Scientists find 1500-year-old Viking settlement beneath new airport site

Ørland Airport is located in a region of Norway that changed dramatically after the last ice age ended. The area was once completely covered by a thick, heavy layer of ice whose weight caused the Earth's crust to sink below sea level. When the glaciers melted, much of this region remained underwater, creating a secluded bay where today there is nothing but dry land. At the fringes of this vanished bay, archaeologists with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology Museum found the remains of what appears to have been a large, wealthy farming community.

Dec 26 08:35

Fluoride 'could give you bone cancer' claim experts as they call for a halt to adding the chemical to drinking water

Health experts have called for a halt to adding fluoride to drinking water amid claims it could give people bone cancer.

The chemical has been added to water supplies covering six million people in the UK for more than 40 years and the process is backed by Public Health England who say it is a 'safe and effective' health measure to combat tooth decay.

But researchers are now saying it may cause seriously dangerous side effects such as bone and bladder cancers and also lower children's IQs.

Dec 26 07:52

First GMO Corn, Then Frankenfish, And Now — Get Ready For Designer Babies

We knew it was coming to this. The GMO revolution wasn’t going to stop at our dinner table. But did we think it would happen so soon? The first week in December, delegates from the top three gene-editing countries—China, the UK and the US—met in Washington, DC for a symposium on the future of gene-editing. For those not familiar with the parlance, gene editing refers to the ability to alter the DNA of an embryo in a manner which affects the germline. The germline is defined as follows; “In biology and genetics, the germline in a multicellular organism is that population of its bodily cells that are so differentiated or segregated that in the usual processes of reproduction they may pass on their genetic material to the progeny.”

Dec 25 20:01

Ex-Shin Bet chief: Far-right threat today is ‘worse than before Rabin’s murder’

A former head of the Shin Bet security service said Friday that the threat posed to Israel by a terrorist “underground” of religious far-right extremists has reached unprecedented levels, worse even than in the lead-up to prime minister Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination in 1995.

“We’re at a worse point than before the assassination of Rabin,” said Carmi Gillon, who headed the agency when Rabin was murdered, in a Channel 2 interview on Friday night.

Dec 25 16:24

The GMO Issue: False Claims, Pseudo-Analysis And A Politically Motivated Agenda

Critics of GM promote pseudo-science, make false claims based on ignorance and are driven by politically motivated ideology. The actions of these affluent elitists effectively deny food to the hungry. They are therefore committing crimes against humanity. If you follow the GM issue, no doubt you’ve heard this kind of simplistic, tired and predictable diatribe before.

Dec 25 15:59

First GMO Corn, then Frankenfish, and Now — Get Ready for Designer Babies

By Janet Phelan

We knew it was coming to this. The GMO revolution wasn’t going to stop at our dinner table. But did we think it would happen so soon?

The first week in December, delegates from the top three gene-editing countries—China, the UK and the US—met in Washington, DC for a symposium on the future of gene-editing...

Dec 25 13:55

Putin and Zionism: A Complex Relationship

First Comment by Tony Blizzard, who sent this. (Thanks Tony)

This is the most logical article I have seen on Putin, his actions and his lack of actions. Russia will NEVER win against the Rothschild cabal until they toss the phony debt as money lie that almost all nations now live with as the cabal grabs ever more wealth through it. As well as having stolen over 90% of all wealth, world wide, they also own the best part of EVERY national debt, so-called, on these totally phony loans of nothing at usury instead of an honest real monetary medium of exchange. The world's worst crime in all history. It causes more grief than mass murders because it is that as well as every other economic crime combined with it.

Dec 25 10:49

In 10 Months, This Cafe Has Fed 10,000 People With 20 Tons Of Unwanted Food

By Amanda Froelich

Are you aware that in the United States, nearly 40% of the food produced is tossed into the trash? As it makes its way to the landfill, 795 million people in the world wonder where their next meal will come from.

It’s ridiculous – as well as disheartening, which is why activists around the planet are doing their part to help reduce food waste and feed others with the discarded scraps...

Dec 25 10:24

Christmas in Damascus: RT crew feels hope in air as Christians, Muslims join to celebrate

I'm a Presbyterian.In Communicants class we were taught that Christians,Muslims and Jews ALL worshipped the same God.Let us get it together people!

Syria has endured another year of devastating civil war and strife. However, thousands of civilians in Damascus have been trying to live as normal a life as possible, celebrating Christmas and giving them some respite from the chaos.

Dec 25 10:22

30 Reasons Why You Might Be a Crazy Prepper Nut Job

By Gaye Levy

With 100% certainty, I know that I am perceived as one of those “crazy prepper nut jobs”. I laugh at myself as I say this because like the story of the ant and the grasshopper, it is the crazy prepper nut job that is going to prevail following a disruptive event of any magnitude.

Are you one of those “Crazy Prepper Nut Jobs?” Take this little test and see for yourself...

Dec 25 09:26

America’s Wild Bee Populations Are Dwindling at Alarming Rates

By Claire Bernish

United States — “It’s clear that pollinators are in trouble,” cautioned Taylor Ricketts, lead author of a study mapping the decline in pollinator populations by researchers with the University of Vermont, published Monday in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Despite Ricketts’ rather restrained statement, the study’s findings clearly indicate the pollinators — specifically, wild bees — aren’t the only ones in trouble...

Dec 25 08:41

30,000 waiting to be re-housed in Porter Ranch California due to unstopable methane leak: 62 million cubic feet of methane lost into the atmosphere each day!

A court ordered SoCal Gas Company to provide temporary housing for thousands of Porter Ranch, Los Angeles, residents made sick from fumes from a massive gas leak.

An infrared camera captured the size of the gas plume that's been leaking for two months.

The court order issued on Wednesday will come as a relief to more than 2,500 families in Porter Ranch, a northwest San Fernando Valley community, who have been waiting to be relocated by SoCal Gas since the leak began spewing methane into their homes and schools on October 23.

As of Tuesday, the company had paid for temporary housing for more than 2,000 other households, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Dec 25 07:24

Officials say US oil bankruptcies at Great Recession-era levels

The U.S. petroleum industry hasn’t seen this many bankruptcies in one quarter since the Great Recession, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas says, counting nine Chapter 11 court filings in the year’s final three-month period. And that’s just a third of the year’s domestic casualty count.

Dec 25 07:00

Obamacare plans put big dent in customers’ wallets

You might not be reduced to living on Ramen noodles if you buy Obamacare coverage — but your bank account certainly could feel a bit leaner.

Dec 24 22:11

Christmas trees lit up in Tartous and Damascus Countryside amidst religious and popular participation

24 December? 2015

Provinces, SANA – A 22 m tall Christmas tree was lit up in Safita city in Tartous province on Saturday in honor of Syria’s martyrs.

The event was attended by a Greek religious delegation currently visiting Syria and presided by Elder Elisaios, Abbot of the Holy Monastery of Simonos Petras, Mt Athos-Greece.

“We came to Syria to send a message of joy and hope to its people that the future will be better,” Elisaios said in a statement to SANA.

“We are anguished because the Syrian people have to suffer such great tragedies, and we pray to God to remove the injustice and suffering they are going through” he added.

Dec 24 16:04

Massive methane leak forces relocation of 2,500 California families

New aerial footage of the leak was also released on Wednesday by the Environmental Defense Fund, which captured the intensity of the leak by infrared camera. The video footage shows a steady, thick plume pouring into the air over a densely packed residential area. It is hard to judge the width of the plume from the video, but EDF said it is pumping out 62 million cubic feet of methane into the atmosphere each day. Methane packs 80 times the 20-year warming power of carbon dioxide.

“What you can’t see is easy to ignore. That’s why communities that suffer from pollution from oil and gas development are often dismissed by industry and regulators,” said Earthworks spokesman Alan Septoff in a statement. “Making invisible pollution visible shows the world what people in Porter Ranch have been living with every day for months.”

Dec 24 15:55

'Sadness & triumph': Cassini spacecraft’s last close flyby of Saturn moon Enceladus (PHOTOS)

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has completed its final close flyby of Saturn's moon Enceladus, capturing detailed images of its furrows and ridges. It was the spacecraft's 22nd encounter with the icy satellite.

Cassini passed Enceladus at a distance of 3,106 miles (4,999km) on December 19, snapping stunning photos of the moon.

The images, transmitted by the spacecraft and released by NASA, show three views from Cassini – one as it peered out over the moon's northern territory, another that focused on the icy moon's craggy, dimly lit limb, with the planet Saturn beyond, and a third photo showing the nearly parallel furrows and ridges of the feature named Samarkand Sulci.

Dec 24 13:16

Climate Change? Why Hasn't Obama Mentioned the Enormous "Unstoppable" Gas Leak Happening in California Right Now?

Some 150 million pounds of methane has now poured into the atmosphere in just a few weeks. No one seems to know what caused it and no one seems to know how to stop it. The gas leak continues unabated. It shows no signs of stopping. It is now officially being called the worst catastrophe since the BP oil spill and the worst gas leak in California state history.

Obama will wax on all day about “climate change” right? Well methane is clearly much worse for the environment than the man-made carbon dioxide he’s always railing against and where has he been on this one? Pushing gun control? Golfing?

This leak has supposedly already released the equivalent of what would be released from six coal fired power plants (the ones he wants to regulate out of existence) over the span of twenty years… in just under two months. And it just keeps leaking at an alarming rate.

And the president hasn’t said a peep. Keep in mind, this leak was happening DURING the recent climate talks in Paris.

Dec 24 11:54

Waking Up to Liberalism & Health Effects of Globalization

Greta is a Naturopathic Physician who was born and raised in Hawaii. She spent her formative years in liberal bastions like the Bay Area and Portland Oregon and comes from a multigenerational liberal family. She now lives with her family in Hawaii homesteading with a private practice. She discusses what arises when you wake up to the Alternative right, yet find yourself still deeply enmeshed in an LGBT liberal world.

Dec 24 10:11

The Complete History of Monsanto, “The World’s Most Evil Corporation”

Of all the mega-corps running amok, Monsanto has consistently outperformed its rivals, earning the crown as “most evil corporation on Earth!” Not content to simply rest upon its throne of destruction, it remains focused on newer, more scientifically innovative ways to harm the planet and its people.

Dec 24 08:29

Trump Just Dug Up Something Big From The Past In Response To Furor Over His One Word About Hillary

The word “schlonged,” a Yiddish word referencing a man’s penis, brought a chorus of outraged voices. The Clinton camp complained about “degrading language.” The media flooded headlines with the words “vulgar” and “vulgarity.”

Trump struck back Tuesday, with support from a veteran political analyst.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When they attack Trump's language, it means they can't attack his ideas!

Dec 24 07:51

"Unstoppable" California Gas Leak Now Being Called Worst Catastrophe Since BP Spill

Since initially reporting on California's Alison Canyon gas leak, more details have emerged on the scale (and potential for no solution) of the problem as the infamous Erin Brockovich writes, "the enormity of the Aliso Canyon gas leak cannot be overstated. Gas is escaping through a ruptured pipe more than 8,000 feet underground, and it shows no signs of stopping," as according to the California Air Resources Board, methane - a greenhouse gas 72 times more impactful in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide - has been escaping from the Aliso Canyon site with force equivalent “to a volcanic eruption” for about two months now.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The question which needs to be asked is, how was this allowed to snowball into such a catastrophe, with such potential harmful effects, and not handled when it was manageable?!?

There were some nasty assumptions, leading up to this, where reality and wishful thinking collided.

But what’s making this massive leak so difficult to stop pertains to the storage ‘container,’ itself. “We have the largest natural gas storage system in the world,” boasts Chris McGill, vice president of the American Gas Association. In the United States, old underground oil fields are often put to use as storage vessels for natural gas — because, hey, that geology worked just fine to hold oil for millions of years, so why not natural gas? In fact, there are some 300 such depleted subterranean oil fields being employed this way around the United States. Aliso Canyon, a natural gas storage site since the 1970s, has one of the largest capacities: 86 billion cubic feet. During the summer, gas earmarked for winter heating is pumped into these underground cavities by SoCalGas — and the process is reversed with the turn of the seasons. However, this year, workers encountered what quickly became evident was anything but a typical hiccup. As Wired reported: “On October 23, workers noticed the leak at a 40-year-old well in Aliso Canyon. Small leaks are routine, says Bohlen, and SoCalGas did what it routinely does: put fluid down the well to stop the leak and tinker with the well head. It didn’t work. The company tried it five more times, and the gas kept leaking. At this point, it was clear the leak was far from routine, and the problem was deeper underground.” Beginning December 4th, SoCalGas crews began drilling a relief well to intercept the fissured pipe

SoCalGas and SEMPRA should be sued out of existence for creating this massive flustercluck.

Dec 24 07:17

Lawsuit Unleashes Documents Alleging FDA Covered up Risks of GMOs Since 1991

A previously unreleased set of Food and Drug Administration documents related to genetically engineered (GE or GMO) foods alleges the agency was aware of possible risks to humans as far back as 1991.
The documents were released through a lawsuit filed by Steven Druker, a public interest attorney and executive director of the Alliance for Bio-Integrity (ABI). Druker obtained a reported 44,000 pages of messages, memos, and reports from the FDA. Twenty-four of the most damaging documents are highlighted on ABI’s website and in Druker’s recent book, Altered Genes, Twisted Truth.

Within the documents are several key pieces of information. First, in the FDA’s “Statement of Policy: Foods Derived From New Plant Varieties,” dated May 29, 1992, the agency stated it was “not aware of any information” showing these products differ “in any meaningful way” from other food, despite memos showing researchers did, indeed, still have questions about the safety of GE foods.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Every time a government official says or writes anything, you can fully expect it to be a complete lie.

Dec 23 22:44

Inflammatory Disease Epidemic: The Convergence Point of EMF, GMOs, and Vaccines

Waking Times

If you were to try and describe virtually all forms of degenerative disease with just one word, that word would be “inflammation”.

Dec 23 22:39

Why You Can’t Avoid Toxin-Laden Food

Waking Times

From hormones to pesticides to preservatives to flavorants, there are literally thousands of different contaminants that can make their way into your food and beverages. Some are put there on purpose, to improve taste, texture, or longevity, while others seep in without producers’ or consumers’ awareness or consent. Yet, no matter where toxins come from and what they do to your body, you can be sure they are in your groceries for good.

Dec 23 17:15

Unstoppable California Gas Leak Being Called Worst Catastrophe Since BP Spill

Methane gas continues spewing, unchecked, into the air over southern California from a fractured well to an underground storage site — at such an alarming rate that low-flying planes have necessarily been diverted by the FAA, lest internal combustion engines meet highly volatile gas and, well, blow the entire area to hell. -- This is, indeed, the biggest environmental catastrophe since the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010; and for now, there is no way to stop it.

Dec 23 09:07

Can too much fluoride lead to breast cancer?

By Dr. Veronique Desaulniers

Over 200 million Americans live in areas where fluoride is added to their water supply. Sadly, this practice of adding fluoride to the water began over seven decades ago and, by 1960, it was common throughout the United States.

In 1999, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that fluoridation of water supplies was one of the “ten great public health achievements of the 20th century.” But, what the CDC completely failed to consider is the mounting evidence that connects fluoride to neurological impairments, hypothyroidism and cancer...

Dec 23 08:39

The Myth of Bad Posture and Misconceptions About ‘Correction’

By Marco Torres

“Sit up straight son,” said practically every parent around the world at some point. It’s been drilled into us that bad posture will be the source of great pain and discomfort in the future if not corrected. But what if there is no bad posture? What if our posture is a reflection of who we are and changing it has nothing to with either a rudimentary adjustment of joints and muscles or mental focus on obtaining that perfect plumb line. Many postural correction inventions and therapeutic manipulations will have you believe that there is a perfect posture to be attained. Let me explain why bad posture is a myth...

Dec 23 08:19

Anti-Inflammation Molecule Identified in Maple Syrup

By Heather Callaghan

Researchers have identified a molecule found after the maple syrup process that might fight inflammation.

Natural health lovers have seen many alternative sweeteners come and go. Yet, the tried-and-true and humble maple has been waiting in the wings for its turn. It’s only recently that maple syrup started turning heads...

Dec 23 08:10

Researcher issues 'call to action' to force release of hidden drug safety data

Dr. Nav Persaud, a family doctor in Toronto, asked and received thousands of pages of documents from Health Canada, and what he saw made him question the effectiveness of a popular morning sickness drug.

But he can't talk about it, because Health Canada forced him to sign a confidentiality agreement, and threatened him with legal action if he makes the data public.

Dec 23 07:32

The Digital Dark Ages: Movies and Books Get Deleted as Selfies Pile Up

The irony is that, even as we’re generating more records than any civilization ever, we’re destroying so much important stuff that future generations will hardly know we ever lived.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We can still read a 4000 year old recipe for beer on Sumerian clay tablets, but the back-up copies I made of my wife's music files in 2000 had self-erased by 2002. Future historians will have little with which to understand our times other than the monuments built by our leaders to promote the propaganda of their glorious victories in war.

As for selfies, I see those as a symptom of a growing self-obsessed culture that thinks the whole world wants to know what they had for lunch today!

Dec 23 07:19

ANALYSIS: Chipotle is a victim of corporate sabotage... biotech industry food terrorists are planting e.coli in retaliation for restaurant's anti-GMO menu

After observing recent events involving Chipotle and e.coli, here's my analysis of the situation: Chipotle's e.coli outbreaks are not random chance. They are the result of the biotech industry unleashing bioterrorism attacks against the only fast food company that has publicly denounced GMOs.

How do we know? The CDC has already admitted that some of these e.coli outbreaks involve a "rare genetic strain" of e.coli not normally seen in foods. Furthermore, we also know the track record of the biotech industry engaging in the most criminal, dirty, sleazebag tactics imaginable against any person or company that speaks out against GMOs.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I agree. Prior to the non-GMO announcement by Chipotle, they never had any problems. Now it's happening to their restaurants all across America and the media gives it non-stop coverage. It is obvious this is a deliberate attack by the GMO industry desperate to make the public think that non-GMO is more dangerous than GMO, and send a warning to other restaurants and supermarkets to ignore consumer demand for non-GMO safe food and peddle the frankenfood without complaint!

Dec 23 04:11

Carter’s Treatment Better than Chemo for Advanced Lung Cancer, Says Trial Report

A new report suggests that former president Jimmy Carter's melanoma treatment works, this time for hard-to-treat advanced lung cancer. In fact, it provides more benefit than chemotherapy.

Dec 22 19:00

Giant comets may threaten Earth: astronomers

Most studies of potential Earth-smashers focus on objects in the asteroid belt roughly between Mars, Earth’s outside neighbour, and Jupiter on its other flank, said the researchers.

But they noted that the discovery in the last two decades of hundreds of giant comets dubbed centaurs, albeit with much larger orbits, requires expanding the list of potential hazards.

These balls of ice and dust, typically 50-100km wide, have unstable, elliptical orbits that start way beyond Neptune, the most distant planet from the Sun.

Their paths cross those of the giant planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, whose gravity fields occasionally deflect a comet towards Earth — once about every 40,000-100,000 years.

As they draw closer to the Sun, the comets would gradually break up, which is what causes the trademark cometary debris tail — “making impacts on our planet inevitable”.

Dec 22 16:55

New type of moon rock discovered by Chinese lunar lander

The Yutu rover, part of the Chang’e-3 unmanned lunar mission, has identified a type of basalt unlike anything collected by previous Soviet or US missions

Dec 22 15:19

Nasa suspends Mars mission over faulty instrument

The US space agency, Nasa, has suspended the March launch of its next mission to Mars because of a fault in a key research instrument.

Nasa said a problem with a seismometer provided by the French space agency meant the launch could not go ahead.

It is feared the mission could now face a two-year delay.

Dec 22 11:53

Canadian officials confirm largest earthquake caused by fracking

When a 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck British Columbia on 17 August, 2015, many were suspicious the event had something to do with a nearby fracking site operated by Progress Energy Canada. Now, the BC Oil and Gas Commission has released a report definitively linking the quake to the underground injection of hydraulic fracturing fluids, making it the strongest known earthquake caused by fracking.

Dec 22 10:53

A Round-up About Monsanto's GMOs

By Catherine J. Frompovich

It seems as if we are reaching a “tipping point” regarding the non-acceptance of GMOs, since close to 90 percent of consumers, the food-buying and eating public, wants GMO labeling. Here is a collection of info that will help you understand why GMO labeling is vitally important to truth in advertising, informed consent, free choice, and your health...

Dec 22 09:48

Vero Beach dig site may rewrite Florida's history

In the heart of the Treasure Coast, a team of archeologists is poring over a 14,000-year-old site that could completely rewrite the prehistory of the state and, to some extent, the prehistory of humankind in the New World.

But it took a last-minute intervention by Florida Atlantic University to assure The Old Vero Man site would be around to reveal its mysteries.

Dec 22 09:23

Roman Sword discovered off Oak Island radically suggests Ancient Mariners visited New World 1,000 years before Columbus

Researchers investigating the mysterious Oak Island, located on the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, have made a startling announcement regarding the discovery of a Roman ceremonial sword and what is believed to be a Roman shipwreck, radically suggesting that ancient mariners visited North America more than a thousand years before Columbus.

Evidence of the finding, which was exclusively revealed to Johnston Press and published in The Boston Standard, was uncovered by researchers involved in The History Channel’s series Curse of Oak Island, which details the efforts of two brothers from Michigan as they attempt to solve the mystery of the Oak Island treasure and discover historical artifacts believed to be concealed on the island.

J. Hutton Pulitzer, lead researcher and historic investigator, along with academics from the Ancient Artifact Preservation Society, have compiled a paper on the finding, which is scheduled to be published in full in early 2016.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Being from New England, I heard about Oak Island when I was a kid, and like all children had visions of fantastic treasure hidden below. I enjoy watching the show, but I have several issues with their theories about elaborate water traps protecting the money pit as the slant-drilling technique needed to create the postulated flood tunnels simply did not exist in the times when the treasure (if it exists) was theorized to have been buried. That doesn't mean there is no treasure, only that there is some misinterpretation of the data. One point the show seems to have missed with regards to the possibility of the Templars being the source of the treasure; Oak Island is almost at the exact same latitude as the French seaport of La Rochelle, where the Templar fleet was anchored up until October 13, 1307, the day the French Templars were all rounded up by King Philip IV, who probably decided that killing the bankers he owed so much money to was his best option to erase that debt. The Templar fleet vanished from La Rochelle and many theorize that it sailed north to Scotland, or south to Portugal, the two nations that refused to carry out Pope Clement V's orders to arrest the Templars and confiscate their property. However, La Rochelle Harbor is at 46° 9'24.22"N latitude. Oak Island is at 44°30'44.21"N latitude. Sailing directly west from La Rochelle would have brought the Templar ships to what is today Cape Bretton Island, Nova Scotia. Sailing down along the coast 235 miles would bring them to Oak Island. However, the sextant was not invented until the 1700s, so determination of latitude would have been by Astrolabe, a device the Templars would have acquired during their dealings with the Muslim world. A 2 degree error across the breadth of the Atlantic would be fine accuracy for such an instrument, and it may be that any ships sailing west from La Rochelle would have arrived right at Oak Island, especially with the Labrador current pushing them south.

Dec 22 08:33

The Off-Grid Rebellion the Media Doesn’t Want You to Know About

By Daniel Arsenault

For many waking up in the modern world, the weight of the planet is on their shoulders. It seems like the more one learns, the more everything is in ruin. Climate catastrophe and secret financial institutions threaten devastation on all sides, the media is run by the corporate elite and filters the truth into coarse bits of marketing slogans, and there seems like no avenue to fight back, to levy solutions.

When even the charities seem corrupt, where does the charitable soul go?...

Dec 22 08:30

5 Heart Healthy Foods Your Heart Loves

By Daily Superfood Love

Your heart, the most important muscle, works tirelessly to transport nutrient rich blood throughout your body.

Its role is absolutely vital and since cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death worldwide, giving your heart a little extra tender loving care can benefit you for years and decades to come...

Dec 22 08:14

6 Horrifying Facts about Chickens: A Wake-Up Call for the Meat Industry

by Yelena Sukhoterina

Today about 9 billion chickens are raised for food in the U.S. annually, a staggering 1400% increase from 50 years ago. Back then, the chicken were raised by more than 1.6 million independent farmers, while today less than 30,000 farms — many of them concentrated factory farms — raise billions of chickens.

As you may have guessed, this increase has brought a ton of unintended consequences. Most people don’t realize it, but a “simple” chicken dinner from the grocery store could have any of these 6 horrifying backstories attached to it...

Dec 22 08:05

Women fired for refusing flu shot file suit

Two female office workers sued a religious social service organization Monday for firing them after they declined flu shots for religious reasons.

Alanda Watson and Denise Mercurius filed a lawsuit Monday in New Jersey Superior Court in Mount Holly against Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey, citing violations of their Constitutional rights and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.

Dec 22 08:02


Fairphone say they aim to create a more ethical device with an emphasis on reparability and sourcing key minerals used in the phone's construction from conflict-free areas.?e,’ the first Fairphone was the product of a carefully crafted supply chain that seeks to minimize the use of conflict materials. Now, the second model ups the ante with a modular design that allows for easier repairs, resulting in a smartphone that could do something completely unheard of in the world of pocket-sized electronic gadgets. This could eliminate the need to buy another phone – ever.

Dec 22 08:01

Vaccine mechanism of harm exposed in Gardasil vaccine

Early on in my research into the HPV vaccines I knew that the L-Histidine, which is unique to this vaccine, played a major role in what I was hearing from parents and girls adversely injured by Gardasil®. I made the connection between Histamine and IgE release. I was able to make the connection with all the variety of symptoms to the various components of this vaccine. Because of personal experiences, I found that the majority of the injured experienced an anaphylactic type incident. The adverse events experienced from the HPV vaccines nearly mirror those of an autistic child even down to the regression. Now I find that not only do the components of this vaccine play an integral part, but the main player in this scenario is the probable excessive histamine released because of injected L-Histidine.

Dec 22 07:38

Royal Ontario Museum caught up in looted antiquities investigation

The Royal Ontario Museum insists it followed strict internal guidelines when it purchased a Buddhist stupa from Subhash Kapoor, a Manhattan art dealer who has since been charged by the Indian government with trafficking in stolen artifacts.

Dec 22 07:25

Documents reveal Canadian teenager target of GMO lobby

At the time, Rachel Parent was 14 years old and had a growing social media following. Her message to label genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food was attracting attention – including from those who promote GMOs in the U.S. Their internal emails reveal they were discussing how they could counter her message.

“To think at this point, I was on their radar and I had no clue,” Parent said.

Dec 22 07:24

How to Use Plastic Water Bottles and Bleach to Create LIGHT!

By Amanda Froelich

The invention of electricity transformed the lives of many. No longer were work days limited to the sun’s rays, and with longer hours to work with creative inspiration, inspired dreams could become reality.But in many areas of the world, conveniences common to the Western world are still foreign...

Dec 22 06:53

Two months in, Porter Ranch gas leak compared to BP Gulf oil spill

The Southern California Gas Co. knew what was happening a day before the fire department was called. They knew methane was leaking from a 40-year-old well in Aliso Canyon above the Santa Susana Mountains, that it was spewing tons of gas into the air. Several days later, they informed residents through letters that the agency would plug the leak as fast as possible.