Sep 18 16:19

Comic goes cosmic on a galactic mission

Dressed in her black stiletto boots, loose flowing black tunic, neatly manicured nails and long elegant locks, Gilda Kirkpatrick is not your stereotypical image of a comic book artist.

But the Aucklander has always loved comics, confessing to being "obsessed" with the visual tales that line her library bookshelves. That interest has led to her latest creative project - a sci-fi comic book detailing the adventures of eight cosmic guardians protecting the galaxy's planets.

Monday will be a big day for the trained architect-turned-advertising director. Her new book, Astarons: Cosmic Guardians, hits the shelves - and her second son will be born.

Sep 18 15:27

Antidepressant paroxetine study 'under-reported data on harms'

"Seroxat [paroxetine] study under-reported harmful effects on young people, say scientists," The Guardian reports. Researchers have reanalysed data about the antidepressant paroxetine – no longer prescribed to young people – and claim important details were not made public.

Researchers who looked at data from the now infamous 1990s "study 329" trial of the antidepressant paroxetine, found reports of suicide attempts that were not included in the original research paper.

The makers of paroxetine, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), marketed paroxetine as a safe and effective antidepressant for children, despite the evidence of harms. The US Department of Justice sued GSK for a record $3 billion for making false claims.

Sep 18 15:25

Guys build amazing 7-mile-long model of the solar system, to scale

Starting with an Earth the size of a marble, these folks built a full-scale model of our solar system across 7 miles of Nevada desert.

Sep 18 15:22

DOUBLE BEX ALERT: The Real Story of #IStandWithAhmed

If at first you don't succeed lie,lie again IMHO! Pam Geller's piece went over like a lead balloon,so Mr.Shapiro will give it a try!Yup! I agree.A stinky story.

The hubbub surrounding Irving, Texas 14-year-old MacArthur High School student Ahmed Mohammed – the kid who brought a homemade clock-in-a-case that looked like a fake bomb to school – continues apace, with the President of the United States inviting him to the White House, and 2016 Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg tweeting out encouragement.

There’s only one problem: the whole story smells. It stinks of leftist exploitation.

Sep 18 15:22

Art Meets Science in New Pluto Aerial Tour

The latest images (as of Sept. 11, 2015) downloaded from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft were stitched together and rendered on a sphere to make this flyover. This animation, made with the LORRI (Long Range Reconnaissance Imager) images, begins with a low-altitude look at the informally named Norgay Montes, flies northward over the boundary between informally named Sputnik Planum and Cthulhu Regio, turns, and drifts slowly east. During the animation, the altitude of the observer rises until it is about 10 times higher to show about 80% of the hemisphere.

Sep 18 12:52


In a near-future war, 1,000 missiles scream toward Russia at Mach 20. Each one a pinpoint strike hitting the Kremlin’s nuclear missiles, military radars, submarine bases—you name it. Within minutes, 80 percent of Russia’s nuclear arsenal is destroyed without the United States launching a single nuclear weapon of its own. Russia’s military networks are blind, the nation’s ability to strike back eliminated or severely degraded.

Sep 18 11:30

Top Planned Parenthood Exec: Baby Parts Sales “A Valid Exchange,” Can Make "A Fair Amount of Income”

Sep 18 11:23

Clinton rushes to Planned Parenthood's defense amid shutdown talk

Hillary Clinton rushed to Planned Parenthood's defense Thursday, warning congressional Republicans against blocking funding for the entire federal government in an effort to stop the flow of dollars to the organization.

Sep 18 11:13

Scientists apply for license to modify human embryos

UK scientists have applied for permission to genetically modify human embryos for the first time as part of research into the earliest stage of human development. Stem cell scientists at the Francis Crick Institute in London have asked the government’s fertility regulator for a license to perform controversial genome editing on human embryos.
Researchers hope the experiments will help scientists to learn more about genes in the first few days of human fertilization.
Chinese researchers became the first researchers in the world to announce they had altered the DNA of human embryos in April.
The news prompted a fresh debate over the ethics of cheap and simple new genetic techniques, dubbed genome editing, which enable scientists to modify human genes.

Sep 18 11:11

126,000-year-old pre-woolly mammoth skeleton found in Siberia (PHOTOS)

A unique, 90-percent intact steppe mammoth skeleton dating back 126,000 years has been discovered in northern Russia. The find could mean the species existed for much longer than previously thought.
It is the first steppe mammoth to be found in Yakutia in Northern Russia. It’s in better condition than the five other skeletons discovered in other parts of Russia. Although scientists estimated the animal’s height as a little below average at just over 3 meters, the male specimen had giant tusks - each 2.5 meters long and weighing 75 kilos. “The skeleton was discovered in an anatomical position and was extracted mostly intact. Even the smaller bones of the feet were complete. It lacked the right hind leg. Evidently it had been torn off during the mammoth’s lifetime,” says Yevgeny Mashchenko, senior research scientist at the Paleontological Institute in Moscow.

Sep 18 10:26

Germany seeks ban on GMOs to protect its citizens and environment

(NaturalNews) There is good news from the anti-GMO battlefront in Europe: Germany has announced that it will seek to ban the import of GM seeds and prohibit the cultivation of GM crops in the European Union's largest economy.

Sep 18 10:21

Doctor says DuPont failed to release details on dangers of C8

DuPont knew the potential dangers of a chemical it was dumping into the Ohio River for decades but declined to inform the public, an epidemiologist testified in federal court on Wednesday.

“They should have let the public know there was a potential toxin in their drinking water,” Dr. Michael Siegel said during questioning in U.S. District Court in Columbus.

Sep 18 10:17

Experts urge vigilance about new corn disease found in Indiana field

Purdue Extension plant pathologists have identified tar spot, a corn disease not previously reported in the United States, in plant samples collected from a field in north central Indiana.

The specific fungal disease found in the state has had minimal impact on yield in other areas where it is endemic, including Mexico and Central America, and experts say no action is needed to manage it this late in the growing season.

Sep 18 10:16

'New drone technology can target any American airbase that threatens Iran'

Check out this comment on this article.This guy is threatening a sitting US President. A drone false flag in the offing! Better not Israel!
zionist forever • 2 hours ago

Dear Lt Commander Salmi

I read your speech with great enthusiasm and wanted to explain to you that the Marine 1 presidential helicopter takes off and lands on the White House lawn so the White House could be considered to be an airbase.
As you have these wonderful new drones that can hit any US airbase I was thinking prehaps you would like to send one of them to the White House base and fire a few missiles at the Oval Office.

Whoever is president after that will have no choice but to declare war on that worthless entity you call Iran and bomb it and your nuclear program back to the stone age.

Please feel free to contact me anytime you wish and we can maybe discuss the idea further

Sep 18 09:13

Liberal Virginia Governor Brings Armed Security Guard to DC For Anti-Gun Rally

Thursday afternoon Michael Bloomberg's anti-gun advocacy group Everytown for America held a small rally in Washington D.C. in front of the Capitol Building in an effort to shame Congress into passing gun control legislation. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe spoke at the event and brought his armed body guard with him.

Sep 18 09:02

50 Ways to Use Duct Tape for Survival

By Gaye Levy

I have always claimed, and not altogether jokingly, that you could build a house with Elmer’s glue and Duct Tape. Both items are readily available, relatively inexpensive, and easy to tote around. Given my penchant for common, everyday products that can be used dozens of ways, I thought it would be fun to once again look at some of the practical uses of duct tape around the house, camping, and of course, in a survival or emergency situation...

Sep 18 08:53

Antidepressants Scientifically Linked To Violent Behavior In Youth

A new study published in the PLoS Medicine journal has found that younger people taking antidepressants are more likely to commit violent crimes.

Sep 18 08:32

11th Holistic Doctor Found Dead: NYC Author & MD Mitchell Gaynor Found in the Woods

It is with great sadness that I, as gently as possible, break the news on an 11th doctor found dead in less than 90 days. I’ve tried to break each of them with as much tact as possible, under the circumstances. This has become an unintended series I wrote which I wish would have never happened. Most are holistic, many we knew and all are a great loss. Now we have the best selling author and Holistic Oncologist of 30 years, Dr. Mitchell Gaynor from NYC was found dead in the woods by his home in Upstate New York outside Manhattan.

There is an outpour of public support and love from his friends and colleagues who are posting about his tragic death on his personal page. His professional page and twitter page have been removed. Again, we knew Dr. Gaynor and have spoken to his staff personally in New York and they confirmed with us that Dr. Gaynor has died. I wish it were a hoax but it is not.

Sep 18 07:17

Scientists Ask Obama To Prosecute Global Warming Skeptics

I see war and revolution coming if Obama starts listening to these criminals and acts on their stupid request!

Scientists from several universities and research centers even asked Obama to use the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) to prosecute groups that “have knowingly deceived the American people about the risks of climate change, as a means to forestall America’s response to climate change.”

Sep 17 22:04

What time is it?

Check out the trolls in the comments section!

If we have to hold up an illustrative American, the inventor is a good choice. Just like pioneers and explorers, those among us who tinker and hack and fiddle and dream push the boundaries of human achievement. To treat a young man like a suspected terrorist instead of a bright promise for the future is to attack the best part of who we believe ourselves to be.

Sep 17 21:01

BEX ALERT: Ahmed Mohamed and the ‘Islamophobia’ Clock

Pam Geller hit piece trying to justify the injustice done to this kid!

When questioned about what the device was, Mohamed wouldn’t answer. Now terror-tied Islamic groups like the Hamas-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), their media lapdogs, and even Barack Obama are waging jihad against the school and the local police.

Sep 17 15:09

Antidepressant Deemed Unsafe for Young People After Reanalysis… Suicide risk much higher than previously thought…

Fourteen years ago, a leading drug maker published a study showing that the antidepressant Paxil was safe and effective for teenagers. On Wednesday, a major medical journal posted a new analysis of the same data concluding that the opposite is true.

Sep 17 14:45

Environmental Justice? EPA blocks Navajo's access to mine disaster site, forced to walk

Testifying before Congress, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is questioned by Representative Jason Chaffetz as to why Navajo leaders were denied access to the EPA's Gold King Mine disaster site, as the Navajo Nation is heavily reliant upon the water of the downstream tributary.

Sep 17 14:45

White Kids Get More Pain Meds Than Black Kids in the Emergency Room

A new study found that in emergency rooms, the odds of a black child being given appropriate pain medication were one-fifth those for a white child.

Sep 17 13:37

CNN tried to destroy Donald Trump with vaccine autism question, but he gave this AMAZING response

CNN clearly plotted to attempt to discredit Donald Trump on this issue, posing a question to him that was laced with all the usual pro-vaccine propaganda which falsely claims that vaccines have no risks and couldn’t possibly be linked to autism. The question to Trump was essentially accusing him of being medically incompetent or scientifically insane. But when CNN posed the question to Trump, he answered brilliantly.

Sep 17 11:43

Rand Paul begins shilling for Monsanto

In a strange twist, Rand Paul has recently allied with Monsanto and has joined the ranks of academic shill Kevin Folta after coming out against GMO labeling, stating that the labeling requirements would push up the price of food for consumers — particularly poor ones.

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Sep 17 11:19

Rand Paul Campaign Head On Secret Bill Gates Meeting/ Promoting GMO’s

In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Chip Englander, Campaign Manager for Rand Paul's 2016 Presidential run. Luke asks the important question of a secret meeting that took place between Rand Paul and Bill Gates, which shifted Rand's position to support and say GMO's are safe.

Sep 17 11:18

Antidepressants Scientifically Linked to Violent Behavior in Youth

A new study published in the PLoS Medicine journal has found that younger people taking antidepressants are more likely to commit violent crimes.

Reuters reports that the researchers “used a unique study design which aimed to avoid confounding factors by comparing the same individuals’ behavior while they were on and while they were off medication.” The study was led by Seena Fazel of Britain’s Oxford University.

Sep 17 10:56

Satellites of Russian start-up to be orbited by civil version of Satan ICBM

Russia’s space start-up Yaliny that intends to create a constellation of satellites in orbit to provide global Internet access, has concluded an agreement with the international space company Kosmotras on the launch of its satellites using the Dnepr conversion rocket (based on the RS-20 ICBM - "Satan" by NATO’s reporting name), the Russian start-up said on Wednesday in a presentation on its website.

Sep 17 10:39

18 Washington stores caught selling marijuana to minors

The employees are being prosecuted with jail time the inevitable result. The owners are being fined with no jail time allowed.The ATB did a sting. Who in their
right mind would work at a pot shop now. Minimum wage employees go to jail. Owners get fined.

By Jordan Schrader

Staff writer

Stings caught three of 10 licensed marijuana stores in Pierce County and two of eight in Thurston County selling to minors, state regulators say.

The state Liquor Control Board said it found a higher rate of compliance statewide: 88 percent, with 18 of 157 stores open at the time selling weed to customers younger than 21 and a single two-time offender, Purple Haze in Snohomish County.

The agency soon to be renamed the Liquor and Cannabis Board made its first round of checks for sales to minors in May and June, sending 18- to 20-year-olds into shops to buy pot.

Sep 17 10:32

Monsanto’s Sealed Documents Reveal the Truth behind Roundup’s Toxicological Dangers

There is now an enormous cache of evidence on both scientific and legal grounds that Monsanto in fact conducted numerous studies in the 1970s and 1980s on glyphosate’s toxicity and health risks and intentionally sealed this research from independent and public review and scrutiny. As with Big Tobacco’s proprietary claims that prevented the FDA from publicly warning Americans about the dangers of smoking, the EPA has sat on Monsanto’s own deleterious data for decades.

Sep 17 10:11

The ADA Scam Blows Up In Their Face

The American Diabetes Association, which promotes a diet rich in carbohydrates for diabetics, "chasing" same with insulin and other drugs up and down on a daily basis, recently asked people to post their most-recent blood glucose numbers.

I doubt they expected what they got.

The comments are an utter and complete destruction of the ADA. While the plural of anecdote is not "data" what is in their comment stream strongly suggests that the ADA ought to be investigated for intentional harm to people that they allegedly claim to "help."

In short those who are claiming solid baseline and consistent 24 hour blood glucose control are almost to an individual also stating that they have completely discarded the ruinously bad ADA recommendations for diet and instead are eating high fat, low carb, moderate protein.

Sep 17 10:05

Obama's Thermonuclear War Drive Has Been Stymied; But Only Obama's Removal from Power Can Assure Peace

President Barack Obama's drive to provoke a thermonuclear confrontation with Russia has been stymied through a series of war-avoidance moves that have fundamentally altered the global strategic landscape.

Sep 17 09:55

Sierra Leone quarantines 700 after new Ebola death

Health authorities in Sierra Leone said Tuesday they had quarantined almost 700 people as they battled to contain a new outbreak of Ebola which killed a 16-year-old girl.

Sep 17 09:48

Tsunami Chile 2015

Sep 17 09:42

Small Tsunami Waves Reach California, Hawaii After Deadly Magnitude-8.3 Earthquake Rocks Chile

Tsunami advisories are in effect for Hawaii and Southern California after a powerful magnitude-8.3 earthquake struck the Pacific Ocean waters just off the coast of Chile Wednesday evening, generating a dangerous 15-foot tsunami along parts of the Chilean coast. Chilean authorities said at least 10 people died as a result of earthquake-related incidents.

The tsunami is fanning out across much of the Pacific Ocean, though the worst of its power is expected to be focused westward toward French Polynesia, including Tahiti.

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Hilo on the Big Island got three foot waves.

Sep 17 09:31

Monsanto’s ‘Hand of God’: Planned Obsolescence of the Indian Farmer

The mantra of global agribusiness companies is that they care about farmers. They also really care about humanity and want to help to feed a growing world population, preferably by using genetically modified (GM) crops. They say that they want to assist poor farmers by helping them to grow enough to earn a decent income. It seems like a win-win situation for everyone.

Sep 17 09:11

Ann Coulter accuses GOP candidates of pandering to ‘f–ing Jews’; ADL responds

By Golly! I think I like her!

By Jessica Chasmar - The Washington Times - Thursday, September 17, 2015

Ann Coulter is being vilified on social media after she accused GOP presidential candidates of pandering to “f–ing Jews” during Thursday night’s CNN debate.

“Cruz, Huckabee Rubio all mentioned ISRAEL in their response to: ‘What will AMERICA look like after you are president,’” the annoyed pundit tweeted to her 664,000 followers. “How many f–ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?”

Sep 17 08:51

Monstrous Wolf-fish raises fears about Fukushima nuclear disaster

Wolf-fish typically only grow up to 112cm and weigh 15kg but the one caught by Mr Hirasaka was over two metres long.

The terrifying creature has been identified as one of the largest wolf-fish ever recorded.

Sep 17 08:32

Global drug giant GSK 'published a flawed study which led to millions of children being wrongly prescribed dangerous antidepressants'

GlaxoSmithKline misled doctors and the public into thinking their antidepressants were safe and effective, even though there was no evidence to back this up.

The firm published a trial back in 2001 claiming paroxetine - known as Paxil or Seroxat – was ‘generally well tolerated’ and helped cure depression in children and adolescents.

This led to two million youngsters being prescribed the pill the following year in the US alone, partly because GSK was paying doctors to attend lavish events where it was promoted.

The authors of the trial claimed the pills were ‘well tolerated’, ignoring the fact that they had been shown to increase the risk of suicidal thoughts.

Now a new study in the BMJ has gone back over this trial and highlighted major flaws, showing the extent to which doctors and patients were misled.

Australian researchers point out that the drug was no more effective than a dummy pill and that the increased risk of harms was ‘clinically significant.’

Sep 17 06:51

CNN tried to destroy Donald Trump with vaccine autism question, but he gave this AMAZING response

Autism has become an epidemic... Because you take a baby in, and I've seen it, and I've seen it, and I had my children taken care of, over a long period of time, over a two or three year period of time, same exact amount, but you take this little beautiful baby, and you pump -- I mean, it looks just like it's meant for a horse, not for a child, and we've had so many instances, people that work for me, just the other day, two-years-old, two-and-a-half-years-old, a child, a beautiful child went to have the vaccine, and came back, and a week later got a tremendous fever, got very, very sick, now is autistic. ...I'm in favor of vaccines [but] do them over a longer period of time, same amount, but just in little sections. I think you're going to have -- I think you're going to see a big impact on autism.

Sep 17 01:55

Trump Warns Of The Vaccine-Autism Connection During National Presidential Debate!

"Austism has become an epidemic. 25 years ago.. you look at the statistics not even close. It's out of control. You take this little beautiful baby and you pump... I mean it looks like its meant for a horse not a beautiful child."

Sep 16 21:15

Doctors List 50 Reasons Why You Must Stop Drinking Fluoridated Water Now

Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
Waking Times

Public water fluoridation continues to be one of the most controversial health topics in the United States and in other parts of the world. The American Dental Association (ADA) has been, and continues to be, one of the biggest proponents of water fluoridation, although even the government has recently admitted that fluoride may not actually be helping teeth. More scientific studies pointout that fluoride is actually very dangerous, yet this practice continues in many countries.

Sep 16 19:22

Tsunami in Progress in Chile after Earthquake

Sep 16 17:39

M8.3 - 71km WNW of Illapel, Chile

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There have been aftershocks in the Magnitude 6 level.

We are under a tsunami watch here in Hawaii with any waves expected to hit at 3:11AM local time tomorrow morning.

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Sep 16 17:36

E-Skin Could Transform Prosthetics, Robots and Gadgets ... And Create Supersoldiers?

By Jason Erickson

Science continually looks to nature to provide inspiration and practicality to next-generation technologies. This has commonly been seen in all types of robotics, including drones.

Concurrently, incredible advancements in prosthetics are enabling both the paralyzed and amputees to have a real chance at feeling again thanks to brain-computer interface technology.

The latest development aims to merge the wonders of human skin with another of nature's wonders: the chameleon. In so doing, we once again are confronted with acknowledging the many benefits of new technology while keeping firmly in mind how much of modern science is driven top-down by military funding and research...

Sep 16 15:34

NASA confirms ocean covers Saturn’s moon Enceladus

Scientists have long suspected that Enceladus, Saturn’s sixth-largest moon, has an ocean sloshing between its rocky core and icy crust. Now NASA scientists say that they’ve confirmed that the ocean covers the entire moon.

A paper published this week in the journal Icarus used images from NASA’s Cassini orbiter to gather evidence of the massive sea. Scientists analyzed seven years’ worth of high resolution images to track how the moon wobbles. Based on that analysis, they’ve concluded that the moon’s ice crust must float freely from the core — which would be possible only if an ocean covered the entire world.

Sep 16 15:19

High-profile researcher admits fabricating scientific results published in major journals

A high-profile scientist who spearheaded a campaign on medical research has admitted to fabricating research published in two international journals.

A number of papers written by Dr Anna Ahimastos have been withdrawn from the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and a journal published by the American Heart Association.

Dr Ahimastos was working for Melbourne's prestigious Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute at the time.

She has admitted to making up some of the data in the study, and HAS resigned.

Sep 16 15:08

For the First Time, the United States Will Actually Try to Waste Less Food

Each year, Americans throw away about a third of the country's food supply. But today, the US Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agencyannounced the country's first-ever food waste reduction goal, calling for a fifty percent reduction by 2030.

Sep 16 14:00

DARPA rumored to be genetically modifying humans to create zombie super soldiers

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, better known by the acronym DARPA, is the Pentagon's super-secret entity responsible for developing all kinds of advanced weapons and other systems, including your ability to read this story. Now they are helping the Pentagon make a better soldier.

Sep 16 13:14

In China found 68 skulls with a third eye

Put to a standstill Chinese experts exhibition of ancient skulls in Urumqi. On all 68 turtles exposition, there are holes of unknown origin — "the third eye". Archaeologists have divided in their opinions about the origin of the holes. All the skulls were found from 1986 to 1989 during excavations Xinjiang, reports TASS. The age of the skulls is estimated at 2200-2800 years.
Scientists intend to seek help from criminal lawyers — they may be able to determine the nature of the mysterious skull fractures. While some scientists believe that the holes in the skulls left over from mortal wounds received in battles between various warlike tribes inhabiting the Northwest of China.
Others believe that the traces of surgical intervention that would save the life of the ancient inhabitants of Xinjiang.

Sep 16 13:05

Israeli scientists can fabricate DNA evidence

Scientists in Israel have demonstrated that it is possible to fabricate DNA evidence, undermining the credibility of what has been considered the gold standard of proof in criminal cases.

The scientists fabricated blood and saliva samples containing DNA from a person other than the donor of the blood and saliva. They also showed that if they had access to a DNA profile in a database, they could construct a sample of DNA to match that profile without obtaining any tissue from that person.

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What I want to know is who FUNDED research into how to fake DNA evidence!

Sep 16 12:58


Sep 16 12:29


Up, up and away. A team at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, has succeeded in launching 50 drones that were all controlled by a single person. “To our knowledge, this is a world record for the number of UAVs under single operator control, by quite a long way,” says project lead Kevin Jones. The team aims to develop swarming behaviours that give the benefits of having multiple drones without the need for a large number of operators.

Sep 16 11:17

Microbial Biologist Says Biotech Is Like a Religion, and it Is Failing

No one bats 1000, but according to Ignacio Chapela, a microbiologist from UC Berkeley in California, the biotech industry has utterly failed. He says they’ve only come up with 2 genetically modified traits in 40 years despite fouling our air, water, and soil, while genetically engineering our food to withstand copious amounts of toxic chemicals.

Chapela says that no one talks about just how badly biotech is progressing, despite billions spent on research and the forever-promise of new organisms that repel pests, or to supposedly stop malaria from spreading, or some other biotech-specific trait that they have yet to master.

Chapela points out that GMO scientists have become like priests, with a ‘central dogma’ that specific traits are determined by certain genes. If that were true, we could have put wings on pigs to make them fly. He explains:

Sep 16 10:59

Doctors Revisit Shaken Baby Syndrome, Rename It “Abusive Head Trauma”

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS), a topic I have written about numerous times, including with Harold E Buttram, MD, is being revisited by a medical profession having some doubts and, consequently, it’s been renamed “abusive head trauma.” And we need to continue looking closer at the role of vaccines...

Sep 16 09:30

Triclosan: Soap ingredient can trigger liver cancer in mice, warn scientists

A chemical ingredient of cosmetics, soaps, detergents, shampoos and toothpaste has been found to trigger liver cancer in laboratory mice, raising concerns about how safe it is for humans, scientists said.

Sep 16 09:30

Why washing your hands with antibacterial soap is 'NO more effective at killing germs than plain soap'

Korean scientists examined the effect of triclosan, the active antiseptic ingredient most commonly used in these types of soaps.

They examined how effectively the ingredient killed bacteria, testing it against 20 strains.

They added triclosan to bacteria warmed to 22°C (room temperature) and 40°C (warm temperature) for 20 seconds, to recreate the conditions under which humans normally wash their hands.

They used a triclosan concentration of 0.3 per cent - the maximum allowed by law.

They found triclosan had killed significantly more bacteria after nine hours or more, but not during the short time required for hand washing.

Sep 16 08:32

Gluten sensitivity or just Roundup? American wheat doused with Roundup before harvest

American wheat doused with Roundup? The mystery behind skyrocketing rates of Celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and other wheat-related illnesses may not have anything to do with wheat or even gluten, but rather the process by which conventional American wheat is grown and harvested.

Unbeknownst to most consumers is the fact that just before harvest, a vast majority of conventional wheat grown in the U.S. is doused in Roundup herbicide, which ends up poisoning your favorite breads, cereals, cakes, and pastries.

Sep 16 08:31

Gardasil: I thought I did enough research – I was wrong

One night I typed in ‘HPV vaccination injury’ – ‘injury’ being the all-important word. This search lead me to hundreds of articles and sites on serious adverse reactions and long term side effects caused by HPV vaccination and in particular Gardasil, the very one Laura was injected with.

There it was right in front of me on my screen, thousands of girls like my Laura with similar symptoms, some worse and some who had actually died. I can barely read any more of these stories as I find them so painful. I’ve cried more than I thought ever possible. My God, the immeasurable guilt I feel every day for signing that consent form.

Sep 16 07:33

People in the US Hate Big Pharma, Study Finds

The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most loathed sectors in the United States, sitting alongside big oil and the federal government.

Sep 16 07:21

Rare Film Clip Shows George H. W. Bush Plotting with Monsanto to Use US Government to Spread GMO Imperialism

Supporters of genetically modified or engineered foods want you to believe that the concept is no big deal and that humans have been cross-breeding and “modifying” food for centuries.

In reality, however, GMO seeds and foods created in a lab are far different than the traditional hybrid crop. In fact, the latter has only been in existence for a few decades.

If it weren’t for the intense lobbying of St. Louis-based biotech giant Monsanto, GMOs would likely never have been introduced at all in the United States.

Sep 16 06:48

Study: Diet Full Of GMO Foods Deadly- Alters 4000 Genes In Liver And Kidneys

Published in the Environmental Health Journal,the new study suggests that even super low levels of Roundup exposure are deadly.

The study results showed that exposure to low-dose glyphosate concentrations, in an established laboratory animal toxicity model system, can result in liver and kidney damage, with potential significant health implications for people as well as our pets and wildlife populations.

Sep 15 17:59

Revolutionary 3D Printer Can Build 10 Houses In 24 Hours For Only $5,000 Each

By Amanda Froelich

To remedy the housing crisis, as well as the increasing demand for economical and sustainably-produced living spaces, many architects are experimenting with 3D printing.

One such designer is Ma Yihe, the owner of the private firm WinSun. According to BBC News, WinSun managed to produce 10 full-sized, detached single-story houses in just ONE day – a monumental achievement...

Sep 15 15:11

The Fascinating Evolution of a Club Drug: Could Ecstasy Cure PTSD?

MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine), popularly known as Ecstasy, X, E, and Molly, is a synthetic, psychoactive drug that has similarities to both the stimulant amphetamine and the hallucinogen mescaline.

It produces feelings of increased energy, euphoria, compassion, trust, and empathy toward others, and distortions in sensory and time perception.

Long associated with underground parties, raves, music festivals, and house parties, the drug and its variations have gained a reputation for being a dangerous substance with no positive attributes or therapeutic benefits.

But that’s far from the truth.
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Sep 15 15:09

Scientists use YEAST to brew THC: Chemical usually found in cannabis could lead to better HIV and cancer drugs

An active ingredient typically found in cannabis has been genetically engineered in the lab for the first time.

Scientists in Germany have created a strain of yeast that makes the plant's primary psychoactive chemical, tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.

They believe the breakthrough will lead to more effective and easier-to-manufacture cancer and HIV drugs and now hope to perfect the technique.

Sep 15 15:01

Prescription pills are Britain’s third biggest killer: Side-effects of drugs taken for insomnia and anxiety kill thousands. Why do doctors hand them out like Smarties?

More than 80 million prescriptions for psychiatric drugs are written in the UK every year. Not only are these drugs often entirely unnecessary and ineffective, but they can also turn patients into addicts, cause crippling side-effects - and kill.

For instance, antipsychotics, commonly given to dementia patients to keep them quiet, raise the risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke. Psychiatric drugs also make falls more likely, and breaking a hip can shorten life significantly, while some antidepressants are linked to a potentially deadly irregular heartbeat.

Sep 15 14:51

Could antidepressants make you violent? Young people who take drugs including Prozac are '50% more likely to be convicted of assault and murder'

An Oxford University study found that men – and women – in their late teens and early 20s – were almost 50 per cent more likely to be convicted of offences from assault to murder when taking SSRI drugs.

This family of anti-depressants includes Prozac, as well as Seroxat, Lustral, Cipralex and Cipramil, the most commonly prescribed of the pills.

One in eight Britons takes SSRIs each year – and the number of prescription has doubled in the last decade.

Meanwhile in the US around 11 per cent of people aged 12 and over take antidepressants, including SSRIs, according to the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.

Sep 15 14:51

20 Home Security and Crime Prevention Secrets for Preppers

By Gaye Levy

The reason I bring this topic to the forefront is that recently, at a community meeting, I learned that home burglaries in my area are on the rise. This, in a community where many still do not lock their doors, was no surprise to me given the dire straits so many are in financially. And this isn’t localized. As the financial crunch continues with no end in sight, you can expect to see property crimes on the rise...

Sep 15 12:01

Got Digestive Problems You Can’t Solve?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

With more and more people becoming aware of the importance of a healthful dietary, even switching to organically grown foods, some find they still can’t shake their digestive problems.

Digestive problems can start with the first mouthful of food you ingest, especially if the food has been compromised by chemical farming practices; is processed with numerous food processing chemicals; is ‘fortified’ or ‘enriched’ with numerous synthetics; or even contains natural ingredients found in Nature, not the ‘natural ingredients’ made from GMOs and chemicals...

Sep 15 11:48

Lost GoPro Found 2 Years Later With Stunning Footage of Grand Canyon From Space

A GoPro launched into space by Stanford University students was lost for two years years -- that is until an Arizona hiker found it recently intact with stunning footage of the Grand Canyon from space.

Sep 15 11:46

GoPro Captures Russian Cosmonaut Duo Performing Spectacular Spacewalk

Want proof spacemen have the most exciting jobs ever? Watch this new breathtaking GoPro video of a spacewalk by two Russian cosmonauts, including the record-breaking Gennady Padalka, outside the International Space Station (ISS).
Padalka recently set a new record of 879 cumulative days spent in space. He was accompanied by Mikhail Korniyenko on the spacewalk, which lasted for 5 hours 34 minutes in open space on August 10. The video, featuring the two busy doing space chores, outside the ISS was released by Russian Federal Space Agency Roskosmos on Saturday.

Sep 15 11:00

Russian cosmonauts to launch 3D-printed satellite during winter spacewalk

Russian cosmonauts will launch a 3D-printed satellite to the orbit during their spacewalk outside the International Space Station (ISS) planned for next February, the Energia rocket and space corporation said on Tuesday.
The launch of the satellite with a number of 3D-printed details will be dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the Tomsk Polytechnic University in western Siberia, Energia said.

Sep 15 09:26

The preparation for Russian military deployment in Syria continues

Go get em Vlad!

A campaign has been launched by the opponents of the agreement between the United States and Iran accusing Russia of intending to annex Syria by military force, as it had done in Crimea. In reality, Moscow is applying UNO resolutions and preparing an operation against the jihadists, and will go ahead with or without the consent of Washington. Already, the White House has organised a joint operation by the international Coalition and Syria. France is attempting to jump on the bandwagon, hoping at the same time to sabotage the US / Iran reconciliation.

Sep 15 09:13

U.S. Aerial Surveillance is Being Impaired Off the East Coast Until October 1st Due to “Military Activities”

UH!OH! Can you say FALSE FLAG children!

In a nutshell, it appears that aerial surveillance across much of the East Coast will be impaired until October 1 due to “military activities.”

Submitted by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkrieg:

A notam issued Sept. 1 announced that, beginning Sept. 2, both ADS-B surveillance and TCAS may be unreliable in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, as well as in airspace extending approximately 200 nautical miles off shore. The situation is expected to last through Oct. 1 as a result of military exercises in the area.

But similar military exercises in the past have caused no interference with civilian ADS-B or TCAS, and AOPA is asking the FAA to explain both why the notam was issued so late and what has changed to raise these new concerns.

Sep 15 09:12

Research Shows that Nutrition, Not Medication, Improves Mental Health

In this critically important talk, clinical psychologist Julia Rucklidge explores a range of scientific research, including her own, showing the significant role played by nutrition in mental health or illness.

Sep 15 08:43

Virus fakery: my conversation with a virologist

As I was winding up the final draft of AIDS INC., I spoke, off the record, with a well-known and well-respected mainstream virologist at a large US university. I expressed my conclusions about HIV.

He spoke, first, about the difficulties in making an absolute decision about a virus as the cause of a disease.

I brought the conversation back to HIV.

He paused. Then he repeated that he couldn’t go on the record. I asked him why.

He said HIV was a subject fraught with problems. Politics were involved.

He said he and his colleagues were taking a pass on getting into a dispute about the virus. They were aware that the science was shaky. They just didn’t want to go near it. They might enter into other arguments about other kinds of research, but as far as they were concerned, HIV was off-limits.

His obvious implication was: careers were on the line.

Sep 15 07:39

Philae video captures real-time comet landing

Philae acquired a series of still images with its Rolis descent camera.

These pictures of the dusty, icy terrain were spaced 10 seconds apart, tracking the little probe's descent from a height of 67m down to just 9m.

Now, with the aid of visual effects, the Rolis sequence has been turned into a flowing, one-minute movie.

It is run in real-time, thus giving a good sense of what it would have been like to ride down to the comet's surface with Philae.

Sep 15 07:36

Okinawa governor set to nix approval of US base relocation

UKI FUJITA, Nikkei staff writer

NAHA, Japan -- Okinawa Gov. Takeshi Onaga appears likely to try to block the central government's plans to relocate a U.S. air base in Japan's southernmost prefecture after talks between the two sides broke down.

Sep 15 05:43

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny - Why You Should Say NO to Vaccines

This is an absolutely outstanding and highly-recommended one hour episode on vaccines and why you should say not to them with Dr. Sherry Tenpenny on Red Ice Radio. I've heard many interviews with Dr. Tenpenny over the years but this is the best; excellent to share with people who are not familiar with the topic. Kudos to host Henrik Palmgren and Red Ice Creations for their intelligent, comprehensive and captivating programs. Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny is an osteopathic medical doctor, board certified in three medical specialties. In this episode shes talk about the history of vaccines, and her important research related to problems with vaccines and the work she is doing to speak out against these damaging inoculations.

Sep 14 23:34

Nestle CEO: Corporations Come Before Humanity

Sep 14 22:54

F-35 Loses Dogfight to Fighter Jet From the 1980s

The 5th generation stealthy multirole aircraft is primarily designed for ground attack, aerial reconnaissance, and air defense missions rather than air combat. Yet, the plane obviously should still have the capacity to successfully defend itself against enemy air superiority fighters (In fact, some countries interested in procuring the F-35 want to deploy it first and foremost in an air-superiority role).

However, according to a report obtained by War is Boring, defending itself against legacy 4th generation air-superiority fighters is perhaps too tall of an order for the F-35.

Sep 14 22:13

LaRouche: 'Most Momentous Weeks in Modern History—We Must Now Take This Moment'

Within the next two weeks, Russian President Putin will arrive in New York with a proposal for creating a truly international coalition to crush ISIS and the other barbaric terrorist organizations spawned by the Bush-Cheney-Obama criminal wars of destruction. Russia's military initiative is already being launched in Syria, leaving President Obama and his White House team in utter confusion, exposed by Putin's brilliant flanking operation, which would make Gen. Douglas MacArthur proud.

Sep 14 22:11

The latest: Police say suspect is dead

CLEVELAND, Miss. (AP) -- The latest on a shooting at Delta State University that left a professor dead (all times local):

11:30 p.m.

Authorities say the suspect in the fatal shooting of his domestic partner and a university professor in Mississippi is dead.

Delta State University police chief Lynn Buford told The Associated Press late Monday that Greenville police were following 45-year-old Shannon Lamb when Lamb pulled over, jumped out of his car, and ran.

Buford says police heard one gunshot and found Lamb with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Sep 14 22:05

Ferocious wildfire devastates California mountain town

MIDDLETOWN, Calif. — Earlier this summer, this small mountain town north of San Francisco opened its modest high school to residents fleeing an unusually ferocious wildfire nearby.

Now it is Middletown itself that has been evacuated — and gutted — by another blaze that shocked firefighters with its strength and speed.

Sep 14 22:02

Once again: There is no ‘war on cops.’ And those who claim otherwise are playing a dangerous game.

But there’s also a much more pernicious effect of exaggerating the threats faced by law enforcement. When cops are constantly told that they’re under constant fire, or that every interaction with a citizen could be their last, or that they’re fortunate each time they come home from the job in one piece, it’s absolute poison for police-community relations. That kind of reminder on a regular basis would put anyone on edge. We’re putting police officers in a perpetually combative mindset that psychologically isolates them from the communities they serve.

Sep 14 21:57

Public School Students Are the New Inmates in the American Police State

By John W. Whitehead
September 14, 2015

“Every day in communities across the United States, children and adolescents spend the majority of their waking hours in schools that have increasingly come to resemble places of detention more than places of learning. From metal detectors to drug tests, from increased policing to all-seeing electronic surveillance, the public schools of the twenty-first century reflect a society that has become fixated on crime, security and violence.”—Investigative journalist Annette Fuentes

In the American police state, you’re either a prisoner (shackled, controlled, monitored, ordered about, limited in what you can do and say, your life not your own) or a prison bureaucrat (police officer, judge, jailer, spy, profiteer, etc.).

Sep 14 21:47

Homeschool parents sue New Jersey, allege ‘unlawful, unconstitutional home intrusion’

By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times - Sunday, September 13, 2015

Nothing really changed after a New Jersey state social worker banged on Christopher and Nicole Zimmer’s front door, and yet everything was different.

Over the next two hours, the social worker quizzed their 15-year-old son, Chris, including questions on whether his parents fought or did drugs. She wanted to see his homeschool curriculum. She wanted to inspect their firearms. She told the Zimmers to sign papers agreeing to turn over their son’s medical records.......

Sep 14 17:39

Killing not just pain: Strong painkillers make people drug addicted

In the U.S. the prescription of strong painkillers is producing a wave of addicts. Activists accuse the pharmaceutical industry of ignoring the dangers.

Sep 14 16:04

NASA Created A Material That Can Heal Itself In Less Than A Second From Hurtling Space Debris

Scientists at NASA’s Langley Research Center are studying new materials that can self-heal in seconds under extreme temperatures and from flying space junk.

The research is a combination of work from a student on fellowship at NASA from the University of Michigan and nearly a decade-and-a-half of study on self-healing materials for both aircrafts and spacecrafts.

NASA scientists said it works much like a puncture healing in the body, but faster. The organically designed polymers respond to energetic events such as space debris – or bullets – rapidly hitting the material. The material’s chemistry activates on impact to help plug a hole or leak to repair the craft potentially within less than a second.

Sep 14 15:26

The science behind cannabinoids is clear: marijuana helps brain achieve breakthroughs in learning, consciousness and understanding

If you think of your brain as a computer hard drive that is constantly being imprinted with new information in the form of magnetized particles, cannabis and its associated cannabinoid constituents are the organizing and formatting tools that the drive uses to erase bad data, rearrange and reconfigure important data, and maintain and optimize the drive. In other words, cannabis is what helps keep certain parts of the brain tidy and well-performing.

Sep 14 14:53

Big Pharma more extortionate than Somali pirates – Danish doctor

The doctor-patient relationship is often revered as an exemplar of trust and openness

Sep 14 13:09

Russia’s Progress cargo spacecraft raises ISS orbit

The International Space Station (ISS) orbit has been increased by 3.7 kilometers with the help Russia’s Progress M-28M cargo vehicle, the Mission Control Center said on Monday. "The maneuver on raising the orbit was carried out with the help of thrusters of the Progress M-28M cargo craft," a representative of the center based outside Moscow told TASS.
As a result, the orbit’s altitude now amounts to 405 kilometers in average. Russia’s space agency Roscosmos said the spacecraft’s thrusters operated for 146 seconds, increasing the station’s velocity by 2.2 m/s.
Rosatom to develop nuclear reactor for long-range space missions

Sep 14 12:25


The likely date and location for the first-ever human head transplant have been set, after the controversial Italian doctor that will lead the surgery said that he has selected his team of surgeons. Radical Italian surgeon Sergio Canavero has drawn fascination and criticism after he announced plans to cut off a man’s head and put it onto another body. Many had expected that the planned operation would probably never happen – but a team has now been appointed to lead the operation.

Sep 14 12:04

23 Seniors Died After Receiving Flu Shot Sold by Pharmacies

Package inserts for flu vaccines show a multitude of side effects, including death, and yet they are marketed the same as over-the-counter drugs with no prescription needed. Why?

Because in the United States vaccines enjoy complete immunity from lawsuits in the market place. If you are injured or die from a vaccine, you or your family cannot sue the manufacturer of the vaccine. This law enacted by Congress, was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2011.

Therefore, they are marketed with the same marketing techniques as any other high-profit product. With the baby boomer generation moving into their senior years, today’s seniors are seen as an especially lucrative market.

Sep 14 11:27

Bovine Excrement? ‘Global Warming’ to Pick Up in 2015, 2016: Experts

Man-made global warming is set to produce exceptionally high average temperatures this year and next, boosted by natural weather phenomena such as El Nino, Britain’s top climate and weather body said in a report Monday.

Sep 14 10:19

Vaccine billionaire buys the former U.S. consulate in Mumbai for $113million - making it the most expensive residence sold in India's history

Vaccine billionaire Cyrus Poonawalla has bought a former maharaja's mansion in Mumbai from the U.S. government for around $113million dollars, newspapers reported, making it the most expensive ever residential purchase in the country.

The 50,000-square-foot seaside mansion was used as the U.S. consulate from 1957, and later renamed Lincoln House.

It was put on the market four years ago, after the consulate was relocated to a purpose built compound in a newer business district. Poonawalla snapped up the property for a bargain, after talking the Americans down $15million from their asking price.

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Lotta money in those needle jabs!

Sep 14 09:44

Doctors warn of disease risk at Hungary refugee camp

Medical workers at the Hungarian border warned Saturday of desperate conditions for pregnant women and the risk of disease spreading at the under-equipped camp where thousands of refugees are streaming in daily.

Sep 14 09:36

Monsanto Stunned - California Confirms 'Roundup' Will Be Labeled "Cancer Causing"

California just dealt Monsanto a blow as the state’s Environmental Protection Agency will now list glyphosate - the toxic main ingredient in the U.S.’ best-selling weedkiller, Roundup - as known to cause cancer.

Sep 14 09:18

NASA gives thumbs up to use of colloidal silver as antibiotic in space; FDA has no jurisdiction in high orbit

In the day-to-day happenings of world politics, the United States and Russia are presented on the global stage as arch-enemies. Up in space, however, it's a completely different story. Enter the International Space Station (ISS), which for years has housed astronauts from both countries along with life-support systems unique to each country's needs. The two sides have long remained separate from one another until recently.

For years, the U.S. side of the ISS utilized iodine as its water cleansing agent of choice, while the Russian side took advantage of antibacterial silver for water purification purposes. Both sides coexisted peacefully in their respective methods, with the U.S. picking up whatever extra water the Russian side had leftover. Russia's water purification process has always been much more efficient than that of the U.S.

Sep 14 09:17

USDA sued for violating FOIA, denying Americans the right to know the harmful effects of GMOs

A food activist organization has filed suit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture, alleging that one of its agencies is in violation of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) provisions after failing to provide requested documents.

The Center for Food Safety, in its suit against the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, or APHIS, said the agency has ignored FOIA requests for records related to genetically engineered crops by unlawfully delaying responses and withholding public disclosure of information.

As reported by Sustainable Pulse, the suit charges that APHIS has failed to provide timely responses to at least 29 separate FOIA requests or appeals. In addition, the suit claims that of those cases, the agency has failed to provide a final response to ten requests and two appeals.

Sep 14 09:16

Paralyzed Man Becomes First to ''Feel'' With Prosthetic Hand Connected to His Brain

By Jason Erickson

Nothing gets the mind wandering toward the dark side of technology like mentioning the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). They unquestionably have earned a reputation for being the mad science division of the U.S. military.

Neuroscience is one of those areas that holds the darkest thoughts - literally - as it deals with the very seat of our being, our brains. Call it another case of trickle-down technology if you will, but neuroscience research also has ushered in a promising time for those who have suffered spinal cord injuries and amputations...

Sep 14 08:09

New Ebola death in Sierra Leone

A 16-year-old girl has died from Ebola in Sierra Leone, dealing a blow to optimism that the west African country has finally turned the page on the devastating epidemic.

The teenager died Sunday in the northern city of Makeni, the National Ebola Response Centre (NERC) said Monday, two weeks after the death of a 67-year-old food trader in a neighbouring district.

Sep 14 07:29


A swiftly spreading wildfire destroyed hundreds of homes and forced thousands of residents to flee as it roared unchecked through the northern California village of Middletown and nearby communities, fire officials said on Sunday. The so-called Valley Fire, now ranked as the most destructive among scores of blazes that have ravaged the drought-stricken Western United States this summer, came amid what California fire officials described as "unheard of fire behavior" this season.

Sep 14 05:44

The Biggest Risk Factors for Death Around the World (and Yes, You Can Control Them)

A big new global study has pinpointed the top risk factors for death — and turns out, many of them are from conditions that can be avoided to some extent.
Researchers from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington analyzed 79 risk factors for death (including behavioral, environmental and occupational, and metabolic) in 188 countries. They found that the top factors were high blood pressure, smoking, high body mass index, and high fasting plasma glucose (problems with insulin functioning).