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Apr 15 16:30

Shakedown of Unvaccinated Students Begins in Spokane, Washington

Eric Blair
Activist Post

Spokane public schools in Washington state began to audit the vaccine records of their students this week to identify students who are not in compliance with the required vaccine schedule.

Once identified, the students will be detained along with their parents to be re-educated about vaccines, as well as to receive free jabs to get in compliance with vaccine schedules.

I wish this was satire...

Apr 15 12:32

GERMLINE ENGINEERING COULD LEAD TO DESIGNER BABIES AND SUPERSTRENGTH

In the past month momentum has mounted around a technology called CRISP?R-Cas9, often described as a “search and replace” tool for DNA. The reason? It’s possible that scientists are now looking into using the revolutionary technique to permanently edit the genome of human eggs, sperm and embryos, a process called germline engineering.

Apr 15 12:29

Study Quantifies Market Value of Nature's Farming Services

Researchers from multiple countries wondered what would happen if nature's services were factored into grocery prices. (Yikes. Please don't.) But more than that - why isn't this free labor being leveraged more to help farmers and stop ravaging the environment? Why is it not considered a value to be looked at with a dollar sign?

How much would an acre of crops be worth with this algorithm? And does that mean organic crops are worth more and leverage free eco-services more?

Apr 15 10:05

Putin's £3.5billion race to make it to space: First pictures inside huge Siberian cosmodrome from where Russia hopes to beat the US to Mars

These half-finished buildings on the edge of Siberia may appear to be nothing special at the moment.

But if Russian president Vladimir Putin gets his way, 'Vostochny', as it will be known, will be just as famous as Cape Canaveral or Baikonur - the U.S. and Soviet launch sites which symbolised the Cold War space race.

For Putin's pet project is designed to put Russia head and shoulders ahead of America - the launch pad from where Moscow hopes to establish a colony on the Moon and stage the first manned missions to Mars.

Apr 15 09:47

California water crises: Global warming or bureaucracy?

Apr 15 08:41

SpaceX lands its rocket on a barge: Elon Musk confirms Falcon touched down but tipped over in groundbreaking experiment

A historic SpaceX launch that could change the way man gets to space blasted off today from Florida under perfect conditions.

Within minutes of liftoff, the California company was making its third attempt to land the leftover booster on an ocean platform.

But it didn't go to plan. Billionaire founder, Elon Musk, tweeted: 'Ascent successful. Dragon enroute to Space Station. Rocket landed on droneship, but too hard for survival.'

Apr 15 08:39

3D Printing Accessibility is Key Solution for the Disabled

by Brian Berletic

3D printing is increasingly becoming good at solving problems not yet solved by traditional manufacturing and distribution. Among these problems is accessibility for the disabled.

The harsh reality is that because a relatively small number of people are disabled, the "market" doesn't see much reason to accommodate them...

Apr 15 08:27

Schizophrenics in the GMO labeling movement

Now that the World Health Organization has just called Roundup a probable carcinogen, people in the natural health movement and other sane folk are issuing calls for a ban on the Monsanto herbicide.

Why?

Why not, kindly and gently and softly and weakly, insist that all food containing Roundup must be labeled, so the consumer can decide whether he wants to ingest this poison?

Isn’t that what the labeling movement has done with GMOs?

Confused? You should be.

Let’s see. Roundup is a danger, so ban it. GMOs are a danger, so label them.

Want to go deeper? Monsanto engineers food crops by inserting GMOs that specifically allow these crops to survive the spraying of toxic Roundup. Right? So label the GMOs but ban the Roundup.

Figure that one out.

Apr 15 07:59

Fuck Your Conscience; Do Your Job

Down the road a bit from Sisterfuck is Millegdeville, Georgia, where Brittany Cartrett had a miscarriage. She needed assistance passing the miscarried fetus, so her doctor prescribed her Misoprostol, a pill that would help her complete what had started naturally, if sadly. When her doctor called local Walmart to have it filled, the pharmacist on duty refused to do so because, as she later told Cartrett, "I couldn't think of a valid reason why you would need this prescription." Misoprostol can be used to induce abortion, which is why it would be effective after a miscarriage. When Cartrett explained why she needed it, the pharmacist said, "Well, I don't feel like there is a reason why you would need it, so we refused to fill it."

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Let's see how the government reacts when Christians exercise their religious belief to drive out the money-changers!

Apr 15 07:28

Trustworthy?

Apr 15 07:22

Titanic Mystery: Is Liner 2.0 Going to Sink Without Sailing?

Recent reports however reveal that the launch date has been quietly readjusted to 2018. The new date was briefly mentioned in the last paragraph of a release by the company.

No official explanation was given for the alteration but a spokesman for Palmer said that there was a lot of work involved in replicating a ship from another century to ensure it is compliant with today’s maritime safety laws.

The Chinese party however offered their own explanation: the project was yet to be given the formal go-ahead. The workers at the Chinese yard claimed that the ship was just a proposal.

It’s never been approved and the project was never launched.

Apr 15 07:16

LOCUST: THE NAVY IS PREPARING TO LAUNCH SWARM BOTS OUT OF CANNONS

The program, which the Navy is called Low-Cost UAV Swarming Technology, or LOCUST, marks a significant advance in applications for robotic swarming software. In August, the Office of Naval Research, or ONR, which is behind the program, demonstrated a swarming configuration of 13 robotic boats on Virginia’s James River. The boats were able to perform a variety of tasks to protect a high-value ship from incoming craft.

Apr 15 06:57

Chamali Fernando is accused of trying to humiliate people as opponents say the idea would take attitudes around psychiatric care back to the dark ages.

Chamali Fernando is accused of trying to humiliate people as opponents say the idea would take attitudes around psychiatric care back to the dark ages.

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On the other hand, I would support the idea for politicians!

Apr 15 04:47

Israeli company building desalination plant in CA to 'help' with the drought

The CEO of Israel's 'IDE Technologies' U.S. Division was quoted as saying "there's no boundaries in industry."
The project manager for Poseidon Water, the company contracting with the Israelis, recently commented on the Carlsbad project, noting "Desalinated water will be more expensive; what is the cost of not having water at all?"

Apr 14 22:06

Advection: The Forgotten Weather Factor

The early Greeks didn’t know about fluxes, or phase changes, but they knew about the importance of the sun and the wind in determining weather and climate. Based on their failed predictions the IPCC hasn’t made any advances on what they knew and understood. Aristotle’s student Theophrastus produced the first book On Weather Signs listing empirical observations used to forecast weather. Many are still used today. IPCC computer model forecasts have failed in less than 30 years.

Apr 14 13:32

The Nuremberg Code

1. The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential.
This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, over-reaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved, as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision.

Apr 14 13:32

USE YOUR VOICE or LOSE YOUR CHOICES - B 277 OPPOSITION RALLY

We vote with our bodies at rallies. We vote by testifying in front of committees that we oppose this bill. We vote by calling our Senators and reminding them that we are their constituents! We vote by faxing their office our concerns. We vote by emailing our concerns! We need you. All hands on deck. The ship is sinking, and without the people in place, it has no chance in staying afloat!

Please join us to preserve basic rights for our children to obtain a free public education regardless of medical status in California! Please don't just sit and do nothing! All children deserve an education!!! Vaccinations are not safe for all children and to deny an education based on vaccination status is discriminatory and unconstitutional!!!

Apr 14 12:56

Russia plans manned mission to Moon in 2029-2030 — space agency chief

The Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos) intends to send a manned mission to Moon in 2028-2029, Roscosmos chief Igor Komarov said on Tuesday.
"In 2028-2029 we are planning an unmanned 'visit' to Moon. Manned [lunar] landing [is planned] for 2029-2030," Komarov said.

Apr 14 10:04

Monsanto Employee Admits an Entire Department Exists to "Discredit" Scientists

Dare to publish a scientific study against Big Biotech, and Monsanto will defame and discredit you. For the first time, a Monsanto employee admits that there is an entire department within the corporation with the simple task of 'discrediting' and 'debunking' scientists who speak out against GMOs.

The company demands this even though a peer-reviewed study published in March of 2015 in the respected journal, The Lancet Oncology, conducted a analysis proving that glyphosate was indeed 'probably carcinogenic.'

Apr 14 09:42

Obama Administration Plotting Adult Vaccination Mandates

In collaboration with Big Business and special interests, the Obama administration’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is plotting a new program to track Americans’ vaccination records, wage a massive propaganda campaign to “encourage” more inoculations, and foist more controversial vaccines on adults against their will. Federal bureaucrats and crony capitalists set to profit from the proposal claim the goal is to improve “public health,” and establishment media outlets have largely parroted that line so far. However, critics of the unconstitutional scheme, formally dubbed the “National Adult Immunization Plan” (NAIP), say the ultimate goal is to forcibly vaccinate all Americans and move toward a radical new healthcare paradigm in which medical “treatment” is delivered at gunpoint.

Apr 14 09:39

Fairly large asteroid coming awfully close to Earth in 2017

A fairly large asteroid from 12 to 40 metres (40 to 130 feet) wide will whizz by very close to us and could even crash onto the Earth’s surface on 12 October, 2017. Scientists, who say the chances of an impact are very remote, but not impossible, do not yet know what its exact route will be. Its size is also an estimate.

The asteroid, called 2012 TC4, missed Earth in October 2012.

If it is 40 meters wide and hits an urban area it could cause some serious damage. The meteor in February 2013 that exploded over Chelyabinsk in Russia injured about 1,500 people and caused damage to more than 7,000 buildings. That one was about 20 metres across.

Apr 14 08:21

Nicaragua quarantines US embassy man over Ebola and requests removal

The health ministry in Nicaragua says it has quarantined a member of staff at the US embassy in Managua amid concerns over contact with Ebola.

Nicaragua has asked the US to send a plane to remove him.

Apr 14 07:55

The U.S. CDC: A Sock Puppet for the Industry and Hopelessly Corrupt

Kennedy explained that he is not against vaccinations per se, and his six children all are vaccinated. His vaccine research began because of his work with educating about mercury contamination from coal burning power plants. At the lectures he would give, mothers would tell him about mercury being injected into their children via vaccines, and that he should investigate what that mercury does to kids, since many of them told of their children’s health problems after being vaccinated.

Apr 14 07:35

Washington state school district removes 143 students over vaccine law

A Washington state school district pulled 143 students who lacked documentation proving they had received required immunizations from classrooms on Monday, in a first-in-the-state clamp-down triggered by a recent measles epidemic.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The part they are not telling you is that most of the people coming down with measles have had the measles vaccination. At the very least the vaccine does not work. At worst the vaccine is causing the epidemics, and the CDC now admits that recently vaccinated people can and do pass measles on to other unvaccinated people, causing the epidemics which are then used to scare everyone else into buying this questionable but highly profitable drug. The US Vaccine court acknowledged that over 100 Americans have died as a result of the measles vaccine, while the CDC reports that nobody in America has died of measles in the last ten years. The US Government is trying to "stimulate the economy" (get you to spend more money you don't have) by ordering you to buy products you don;t want and probably do not need.

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Apr 14 07:28

More Than 200 People Fell Sick Of Norovirus On Two Cruises With Destination San Diego

About 200 people were vomiting and diarrhea aboard two cruise ship with destination to San Diego, according to federal health officials revealed.

http://whatisusa.info/more-than-200-people-fell-sick-of-norovirus-on-t...

Apr 14 00:48

US Forest Service cracks down on Nestle after expired water-drawing permits

Nestle is under a federal investigation for their water bottling practices in California at the height of the state’s historic drought. Documents are surfacing showing that the company had been pulling water from a mountain spring despite an outdated permit.

Apr 13 22:52

More Than 200 People Fell Sick Of Norovirus On Two Cruises With Destination San Diego

About 200 people were vomiting and diarrhea aboard two cruise ship with destination to San diego, according to federal health officials revealed.

http://whatisusa.info/more-than-200-people-fell-sick-of-norovirus-on-t...

Apr 13 17:36

Rowers Attacked By Flying Asian Carp 2015

Published on Apr 10, 2015

Washington University in St. Louis freshman men's crew team gets attacked by giant Asian Carp during a Friday morning practice at Creve Coeur Lake.

See additional videos for "Rowers Strike Back"

Apr 13 17:06

Nasa's Curiosity rover finds water below surface of Mars

Mars has liquid water just below its surface, according to new measurements by Nasa’s Curiosity rover.

Until now, scientists had thought that conditions on the red planet were too cold and arid for liquid water to exist, although there were known to be deposits of ice.

Prof Andrew Coates, head of planetary science at the Mullard Space, said: “The evidence so far is that any water would be in the form of permafrost. It’s the first time we’ve had evidence of liquid water there now.”

The latest findings suggest that Martian soil is damp with liquid brine, due to the presence of a salt that significantly lowers the freezing point of water. When mixed with calcium perchlorate liquid water can exist down to around -70C, and the salt also soaks up water vapour from the atmosphere.

Apr 13 15:44

Fracking Pollutes California Water While Individuals Suffer

Billions of gallons contaminated

As California lawmakers decide if resident ‘water wasters’ should face jail time as a drought strikes the state, water agencies are busy working on higher rates and fees to penalize individual residents. This is happening while the act of hydraulic fracturing is polluting massive amounts of water in the state. As the main facilitator in the pollution of California’s two biggest fresh water aquifers, the real question is: “who will report California Governor Jerry Brown?”

Directly, because of Governor Brown, fracking wastewater has been allowed to pollute key aquifers that contain high-quality water protected under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. This is a federal act that appears to be vestigial showing little repercussions to some of Governor Brown’s biggest campaign donors; big oil and natural gas interests.

Apr 13 14:27

Nestlé has been pumping water from a national forest with an expired permit for over 25 years

The lack of regulation here is stunning. The U.S. Forest Service in Southern California just caught wind of the fact Nestlé's permit to pump water out of a national forest expired over 25 years ago.

Apr 13 14:22

Growing volcano threat in Kamchatka jeopardizes air traffic

A Kamchatka volcano has posed a threat to air traffic because its volcanic activity has been gaining force, and the ashes discharged have spread to a distance of 319 kilometers east of the volcano, rising high into the air above a large area of the Pacific Ocean, a source from the Kamchatka branch of the Geophysics Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences told TASS on Monday. The information was received by virtue of photographs taken from space, it said.
The Shiveluch volcano, which is 3,283 meters high, has been assessed as posing an "orange" level of threat to aircraft. Any time the volcano might discharge ashes which might reach an altitude of 10,000 meters above the sea, experts said. It was not immediately known how far the volcanic tail might spread yet.

Apr 13 13:58

Ireland ‘should consider’ no jab-no pay vaccination policy

The Government should consider introducing a “no jab, no pay” policy on vaccinations similar to that planned in Australia, according to the Irish Patients’ Association.

Apr 13 10:48

Lebanon witnesses winter-like weekend weather

The Daily Star

BEIRUT: Winter-like weather returned to Lebanon over the weekend, with heavy overnight rain along the coast and snowfall in the mountains.

Intermittent rain and snow will continue as temperatures slowly drop until Monday, according to the Meteorological Department at Beirut airport.

Some mountain roads, including the Kfar Debian road linking Beirut to the Bekaa Valley, were only opened for cars equipped with chains as a result of the snowfall Saturday, according to the Traffic Management Center.

Apr 13 10:09

"Future-Proofing": Where Surgical Removal of Body Parts is Sane, But Eating Healthy is Crazy

I think it's really time for America to rethink what makes someone a positive example of taking charge of one's health.

For example, many of us avoid fluoridated tap water and GMOs, and people think we're nuts.

Angelina Jolie has her breasts and female reproductive parts removed and she's a freakin' national hero for preventative health care. They're calling the action "future-proofing against cancer."

What?

In what world could this possibly make sense? How on earth is mutilating your body more proactive than avoiding the toxic stuff to begin with?

Apr 13 09:43

‘No jab, no pay’: Australia to cut welfare for anti-vaccination parents

Parents in Australia who fail to vaccinate their children will have welfare payments stopped, under government plans.

Rules which until now have allowed a “conscientious objector” loophole are being tightened.

The vast majority of children in Australia are vaccinated but a growing number of refusals has been reported.

The prime minister fears risks to the population at large.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Back in 1976, the US Government mandated vaccinations for the swine flu,. then had to call them off when the vaccine killed fifty times as many people as the flu itself. Today the big push is for measles vaccination because of the measles epidemic which oddly enough seems to hit the children who have actually had the vaccine, suggesting that the vaccines do not work, or worse, are actually causing the illnesses. So far, the US Vaccine Court has acknowledged more than 100 deaths caused by the measles vaccine, while nobody in the US has died of measles itself in the last ten years!

Apr 13 08:23

The Health Test You Need to Get in Your 30s

Your dad’s not the only one who should be watching his cholesterol. Moderately elevated cholesterol in your 30s could foreshadow heart disease later in life, according to a new, decades-long study from Duke University.

Apr 12 13:59

Australia denies benefits to parents who won't vaccinate

Australians who refuse to vaccinate their children will no longer receive child care subsidies and family tax benefits, Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced on Sunday.

Apr 12 11:19

GPS found in thousands of smartphones is accurate enough for early earthquake detection, according to a new study.

ShakeAlert, the West Coast’s scientific-grade detector, has been in development for roughly a decade—stalled by limited financial resources. However, a new study in Science Advances suggests GPS, found in thousands of smartphones, could give scientists a surprisingly accurate read on seismic activity. And crowdsourced GPS earthquake detection could work alongside existing systems, to help fill in the gap.

Apr 12 10:16

Cancer detection by dogs are 98% accurate

The Italian study backs up tests carried out by the charity Medical Detection Dogs, which is based in Buckinghamshire.
Its co-founder Dr Claire Guest said its own research had found a 93% reliability rate when detecting bladder and prostate cancer, describing the new findings as "spectacular".

Apr 12 09:27

The New “Water Barons”: Wall Street Mega-Banks are Buying up the World’s Water

A disturbing trend in the water sector is accelerating worldwide. The new “water barons” — the Wall Street banks and elitist multibillionaires — are buying up water all over the world at unprecedented pace.

Apr 12 08:55

GMO Eggplant fails for second year in Bangladesh

The cultivation of genetically engineered Bt Brinjal in the country’s several districts has cost the farmers their fortunes again this year as the plants have either died out prematurely or fruited very insignificantly compared to the locally available varieties, reports United News of Bangladesh.

Apr 12 08:55

Hormone Disrupting Chemical Banned in EU Found in 50 Top US Snacks

Big food manufacturers have been using it for some time. In fact, only under pressure from the EWG did Johnson & Johnson voluntarily pledge to remove this and other members of the paraben family from all its baby products! That’s right, even your little bundle of joy could be exposed to parabens that cause fertility and developmental problems.

Apr 12 08:48

Anti-vaccination parents face $15,000 welfare hit under ‘No Jab’ reforms

PARENTS who refuse to vaccinate their kids will be denied up to $15,000 a year in childcare rebates and welfare under tough new rules won byThe Sunday Telegraph.

Our No Jab, No Play campaign has scored a stunning victory, with bipartisan support for the ‘‘conscientious ­objector’’ loophole to be completely closed to protect all children.

Prime Minister Tony ­Abbott and Social Services Minister Scott Morrison will today announce the historic reforms, which mean parents who fail to immunise their children will no longer be paid the $200-a-week childcare benefit, the $7500-a-year childcare rebate or the $726 Family Tax Benefit A annual supplement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Back in 1976, the US Government mandated vaccinations for the swine flu,. then had to call them off when the vaccine killed fifty times as many people as the flu itself. Today the big push is for measles vaccination because of the measles epidemic which oddly enough seems to hit the children who have actually had the vaccine. So far, the US Vaccine Court has acknowledged more than 100 deaths caused by the measles vaccine, while nobody in the US has died of measles itself in the last ten years!

Are you SURE you want to let politicians decide what medications you must take while they pocket huge campaign contributions from the makers of those dangerous products?

Apr 12 08:13

International Day of Human Space Flight: 10 achievements since Yuri Gagarin made first Earth orbit

Earth's orbit has become a busy arena of human activity over the last 50 years. At the beginning of the 20th century, a burst of scientific investigation into interplanetary travel, inspired by fiction writers such as H.G. Wells, led to a breakthrough in space flight on 12 April 1961. Soviet citizen Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space, paving the way for space exploration as we know it today.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Gagarin was the first man into orbit who successfully returned. However, in the old USSR, their space missions were not reported live, but only upon successful completion. Failures were never admitted to, and there are persistent reports of earlier launches that ended in the death of the Cosmonauts, based on radio signals of human heartbeats received from space by Italians Achilles and Giovanni Battista Judica-Cordiglia, classified Soviet reports seen by Herman Oberth at NASA, and a Czeck official who leaked additional information that the Soviets had lost no less than four cosmonauts prior to Gagarin's flight (and more than a few afterwards).

Complicating the task fo sorting fact from fiction was the USSR's habit of simply "unpersoning" those who were an embarrassment. Take a look at the following photo.

This is a photo of the USSR's original group of cosmonauts, their equivalent of the US' Mercury 7. The man standing behind and to the right of Yuri Gagarin (seated second from left) is Grigoriy Nelyubov, who was tossed off the program in disgrace following a drunken brawl with officers. At least he lived! But the official USSR photos were altered to simply erase him from the program.

The US lost three astronauts on Apollo 1, Ed White, Gus Grissom, and Roger Chaffee, on a pad fire in a 100% pure oxygen environment. Because of Grisson's misadventures with the exploding hatch of Liberty Bell 7, the Apollo did not have an emergency quick release system for the cabin hatch, which like an airliner, opened inward and was held in the closed position by internal cabin pressure. As the fire raged, the pressure grew too high to open the hatch and the three astronauts died.

But perhaps the Apollo 1 might have had a different design had the Soviets shared the story of Valentin Bondarenko, who likewise died in a 100% pure oxygen flash fire.

Here are two more photyographs.





The man who vanishes from the original photo to the official version is thought by some to be Pyotr Dolgov, who died when his spacecraft exploded at launch.

Apr 12 07:17

Researchers Test Crowdsourcing Smartphone Data for Earthquake Warning

Of all the negative uses and health hazards of smartphones, this one might actually be a good use of the tech...

Smartphones and other personal electronic devices could, in regions where they are in widespread use, function as early warning systems for large earthquakes according to newly reported research. This technology could serve regions of the world that cannot afford higher quality, but more expensive, conventional earthquake early warning systems, or could contribute to those systems...

Apr 11 16:57

Caravan To Midnight - the truth about “global warming”

Hosted by John B. Wells - Episode 234 Former Space Program Advisor & Shuttle Engineer John L. Casey - The Global Warming Scam

Apr 11 16:45

Medical Choice Under Attack as SB277 Passes CA Health Committee

Jefferey Jaxen
Activist Post

As parents and concerned citizens rallied in Sacramento to oppose Senate Bill 277, the Senate Health Committee advanced the bill with a 6 to 2 vote. In what the Sergeant at Arms described as “The biggest turnout I’ve seen in 15 years,” the signed bill now faces further challenges on the way to law...

Apr 11 08:38

The U.S. Congress Is “Out to Lunch” About Vaccine Science—Here’s Proof

Catherine J. Frompovich
Activist Post

If ever there were a body of numbskulls taking in the “cool aid” of corporate largess, lobbyists and consensus science, the U.S. Congress, apparently, fits that bill when it comes to the hard-core facts regarding toxic ingredients in vaccines along with the so-called ‘science of vaccines’ and the vested-interest roles they have played in modern life.

Nothing expresses that more than the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (42 U.S.C. §§ 300aa-1 to 300aa-34), which has become more of a nightmare, especially for anyone who’s been damaged by vaccines. Congress apparently went ‘off the rails’ on that one; never has bothered to investigate all the damage vaccines are causing—see the VAERS reporting system—and now, the current members of the U.S. House of Representatives issued a House Resolution—H.Res.117—that readers need to know about...

Apr 11 07:52

Republicans will launch anti-Hillary Clinton ads on Sunday as she makes her candidacy official

Wasting no time, the Republican Party says it will launch Web ads critical of Hillary Clinton on Sunday, when she is expected to announce what the world has long expected: She is, in fact, running for the Democratic nomination for president in 2016.

The ads, highlighting controversies while Clinton was secretary of state and questions about foreign donations to her foundation, will run in swing states: Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Colorado, North Carolina and Iowa, according to Raffi Williams, a spokesman for the Republican National Committee.

"From the East Wing to the State Department, Hillary Clinton has left a trail of secrecy, scandal and failed liberal policies that no image consultant can erase," RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement. "Voters want to elect someone they can trust and Hillary's record proves that she cannot be trusted. We must 'Stop Hillary.'"

Apr 11 07:13

Abbott government to announce anti-vaccination parents will lose benefits

Parents who do not vaccinate their children will lose welfare payments of up to $2100 per child under a federal government policy set to be announced before the May budget.

Under changes that could save more than $50 million a year, Social Services Minister Scott Morrison is preparing to scrap a "conscientious objection" provision which allows anti-vaccination parents to still claim welfare benefits including childcare assistance and Family Tax Benefit A.

Apr 11 06:23

Media panics over measles cases, but gives government a pass for housing possible Ebola patients in hotels open to the public

In the U.S. today, you can't even attend public school unless you're fully vaccinated for a battery of mostly mild childhood conditions (or unless you use an appropriate vaccine exemption that is in danger of being eliminated). But the federal government now feels that it's no big deal to ship in possible Ebola victims and house them at unprotected public hotels in major U.S. cities for "monitoring," according to new reports.

Apr 11 06:10

Fracking Boom Accompanied by Rise of Silent, Deadly Carcinogen in Homes: Study

Researchers in Pennsylvania have discovered that the prevalence of radon, a radioactive and carcinogenic gas, in people's homes and commercial buildings that are nearer to fracking sites has increased dramatically in the state since the unconventional and controversial gas drilling practice began in the state just over a decade ago.

Apr 10 15:48

TENNESSEE v. GARNER, 471 U.S. 1 (1985)

U.S. Supreme Court
TENNESSEE v. GARNER, 471 U.S. 1 (1985)
471 U.S. 1

TENNESSEE v. GARNER ET AL.
APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT

No. 83-1035.

Argued October 30, 1984
Decided March 27, 1985 *

Held:

The Tennessee statute is unconstitutional insofar as it authorizes the use of deadly force against, as in this case, an apparently unarmed, nondangerous fleeing suspect; such force may not be used unless necessary to prevent the escape and the officer has probable cause to believe that the suspect poses a significant threat of death or serious physical injury to the officer or others. Pp. 7-22. [471 U.S. 1, 2]

A broken tail light and possibly warrants for non-payment of child support are the proximate cause for the man's death in South Carolina. I don't think it meets Tennessee v.Garner. The cop is in big trouble and all due to that video.

Apr 10 11:28

Science Shows Marijuana Can Help Kill Tumors, US Federal Government Admits

The information war about marijuana may have turned a new page with the federal government’s acknowledgment of a recent study that found the plant can significantly reduce aggressive types of brain tumors when combined with radiation treatment, endorsing what medicinal marijuana advocates have long affirmed as its healing properties.

Apr 10 11:22

Researchers warn about overprescription of psych meds for dementia and recommend holistic approach

A recent report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office addresses the bombastic overuse of anti-psychotic medication for suppressing behavior problems in dementia patients

Apr 10 10:39

Lightning Punch A Hole In The Plane Flying In The US

In the plane of the Icelandic airline Icelandair, travelling on a flight from Reykjavik-Denver (Colorado, United States) is struck by lightning. According to the Denver Post, as a result, the nose of the Boeing-757 “was formed hole.

http://whatisusa.info/lightning-punch-a-hole-in-the-plane-flying-in-th...

Apr 10 10:26

30-year-old Russian man, Valery Spiridonov, will become the subject of the first human head transplant ever performed.

This week, 30-year-old Russian man, Valery Spiridonov, announced that he will become the subject of the first human head transplant ever performed, saying he volunteers to have his head removed and installed on another person’s body.

Apr 10 10:17

The biggest extinction event in planetary history was driven by the rapid acidification of our oceans, a new study concludes. So much carbon was released into the atmosphere, and the oceans absorbed so much of it so quickly, that marine life simply died

That doesn’t bode well for the present, given the disturbingly similar rate that our seas are acidifying right now. Parts of the Pacific, for instance, are already so acidic that sea snails’ shells begin dissolving as soon as they’re born.

Apr 10 09:47

4 crucial ways the FDA has failed us

Margaret Hamburg recently forfeited her title as commissioner for the FDA after 6 years of serving – one of the longest runs in recent decades

Apr 10 09:45

Who is anti-science – free, critical thinkers or National Geographic?

National Geographic now has a long list of people who it labels anti-science or to be exact who it deems are engaging in a war on science

Apr 10 09:40

Slow-Scan TV Transmissions from ISS Scheduled for April 11

The SSTV event will get under way at on April 11, 1000 UTC on 145.800 MHZ and continue until 2130 UTC. All transmissions will use SSTV mode PD180. If similar to prior SSTV events, 12 different photos will be sent through the weekend with 3 minute off periods between transmissions.

Receiving the SSTV images requires a 2 meter receiver/transceiver and a PC to convert the audio to an image. Software such as MMSSTV is available free on the Internet. Received images may be uploaded and viewed at the ARISS Image Gallery.

Apr 10 08:26

30 new Ebola cases, lowest weekly figure in nearly a year: WHO

Thirty confirmed cases of Ebola were reported in West Africa in the past week, the smallest number in nearly a year of the worst ever outbreak of the deadly fever, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday.

Apr 10 08:23

America's doctors kill themselves at unprecedented rates

According to a 2005 article in the medical journal JAMA, male doctors are 70 percent more likely to kill themselves than other male professionals. Female doctors are an astonishing 250 to 400 percent more likely to take their lives than their non-doctor counterparts.

Why do U.S. doctors kill themselves at such an astonishingly high rate? While no one cause is obviously to blame, concerned observers are increasingly pointing the finger at a medical system that, from day one, fails to support or actively undermines students and doctors who may be struggling with mental illness.

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How many doctors prescribe themselves anti-depressants, I wonder?

Apr 10 08:12

US Agribusiness, GMOs and The Plundering Of The Planet

Small family/peasant farms produce most of the world’s food. They form the bedrock of global food production. Yet they are being squeezed onto less than a quarter of the planet’s farmland. The world is fast losing farms and farmers through the concentration of land into the hands of rich and powerful land speculators and agribusiness corporations.

Apr 10 08:11

Paul Offit's vaccine lies deconstructed: A mind-blowing interview with Dr. Suzanne Humphries

Suzanne Humphries, MD, is an internal medicine and kidney specialist who received conventional medical education. After seeing mainstream doctors and hospital staff categorically ignore routine vaccine injuries occurring in her patients, Dr. Humphries began researching vaccine science which validated her concerns about the injections.

Apr 10 08:09

'Desperate' Tory plot to organise own letter from doctors exposed in bombshell leaked email

Jeremy Hunt has been left red-faced tonight as a bombshell leaked email exposes a “desperate” Tory plot to organise their own letter from doctors.

It comes just days after more than 100 leading doctors signed a letter accusing the Tory-led coalition of endangering the NHS in England.

They described how the health service is “withering away”, and warned that patients would be faced with higher costs but lower standards due to the growing involvement of private firms in the NHS.

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Just like Obamacare!

Apr 10 08:08

Media Pushing the Idea That Fukushima Radiation Is Just Fine So Go Swim in It for Six Hours a Day

The mainstream media and their experts are finally openly admitting that radiation from the crippled nuclear reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, the initial meltdown of which was equivalent to 168 of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima during World War II, has reached North American shoes, but don't worry...

Apr 10 07:20

Brain-dead mainstream media: 50 ppb of arsenic is dangerous to drink, but 50,000 ppb of mercury is safe to inject into children

The media has now concluded 50 ppb of arsenic in wine is "dangerously high" while 50,000 ppb of mercury in a vaccine is "totally safe"?

Apr 10 07:05

CA Bill Banning Childhood Vaccine Exemptions Sponsored by Big Pharma Bought-off Senator Moves Ahead

This Senator is on record paid for by the very companies who stand to benefit financially from limiting people's medical freedom and ability to decide what goes inside their children's bodies.

Good thing he is in a position to push beneficial legislation for them.

Apr 09 18:23

Lowe’s Agrees to Phase Out Bee-Toxic Neonicotinoid Insecticides

April 9, 2015 (Washington, DC)—After nearly two years of pressure from the public, Lowe’s Home Improvement has announced it will begin taking steps to protect bees and similarly affected pollinators from toxic insecticides call neonicotinoids. Its public commitment to phase out neonicotinoid pesticides is the most significant public commitment so far for a retailer of its size.

Apr 09 18:07

Utility Companies Sending Possible Carcinogens into People’s Homes

by Catherine J. Frompovich

Pennsylvania Smart Meter Awareness (PASMA) just issued a second Press Release, in as many days, regarding astounding information from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency on Research for Cancer (IARC) regarding the radiofrequency radiation that AMI Smart Meters (SMs) emit. Guess what? Those Radioelectromagnetic Fields (RFs) coming off SMs are classified as “possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B).” Holy cow! Who knew? Did you?

Anyone who’s recently received a new electric or water meter better check to see if it’s an AMI digital SM because, if it is, you are getting RF Group/class 2B possible carcinogens being transmitted into your homes minute-by-minute!...

Apr 09 15:12

Mystery 'Blob' Discovered by UW Scientists

SEATTLE — Ever since tropical fish started appearing in waters near Seattle, and emaciated seals began washing up on California beaches, the word “odd” has being thrown around the halls of the University of Washington-based Joint Institute for the Study of Atmosphere and Ocean with increasing regularity.

Now, scientists suspect a large, warm mass of water in the Pacific Ocean called the “warm blob” is to blame.

WEBMASTER ADDITION: The only way a warm blob would hold together is if it the plume from an undersea volcano. But you will get the blame for it anyway.

Apr 09 14:13

Feds Suspend Funding for Los Angeles Cell Towers

Catherine Frompovich
Activist Post

This is an update on the cell tower situation in Los Angeles, California...

Even more news is breaking regarding those ‘mushroom-like-cropping-up’ cell towers. Activists in LA report to me that

"the US Federal government suspended funding of the Los Angeles arm of the deadly federal surveillance tower roll out!! According to Fierce Wireless Magazine, we gave First Net a "black eye" which they may or may not recover from." ...

Apr 09 13:51

WOO-HOO: The Surgeon General Is Taking Your Questions on Climate Change

So… All you barbequing Flat Earthers out there, what lingering climate change questions do you have for our illustrious surgeon general?

Apr 09 13:28

Winter: 'I'm Baaaack!' Storm to Smack Passes with Late Season Snow

SEATTLE -- Just when we thought it was safe to think spring had a solid foothold on the weather, considering it feels like it's been in charge since, oh, December, along comes a storm that's reminiscent of winters past.

A potent storm is set to bring heavy snow to the mountains and some drenching rains and hail to the lowlands. But while the mountains could desperately use the late-season snow, those of you with mountain pass travel plans who have long figured the days of worrying about snowy roads were over need to get your winter driving plans in order.

Apr 09 12:59

Tuberculosis tests at Olathe Northwest High School confirm 27 more cases

Twenty-seven more people have tested positive for tuberculosis at Olathe Northwest High School, state and county health officials said Wednesday, but so far none has shown any symptoms of active disease.

The 27 were among 304 students and staff members the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment tested last week after a student was diagnosed earlier this month with an active case of TB. Only people with active TB can infect others.

Apr 09 12:47

VIKING, LIFE ON MARS, AND DR. GILBERT LEVIN

Life was proven to exist on Mars back in 1976, during the Viking Missions, but for political reasons, ignored. Here is the story.

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With more articles coming out about water and possible life on Mars I figured this was time for a repost.

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Apr 09 12:45

Be an Astronomer Right from Your Window

For thousands of years, people have been fascinated by the stars and the heavens. Ever since the time of Galileo, people have been enamored with the mystery and beauty of what our universe has to offer. People today do not have to work at NASA to get a close-up look at the planets and stars. You can be your own astronomer and your own scientist, all from the comfort of your own home or your own backyard.

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Resource page for young stargazers, sent in by a reader!

Apr 09 12:11

Study Shows That Child Chemo Survivors Face Debilitating Health Problems Later On

According to Northwestern University, the number of U.S. childhood cancer survivors has increased but most of the survivors past the five year mark face chronic health problems related to treatment.

The health stats for child chemo survivors were head-spinning...

Apr 09 11:32

Chevron Whistleblower Leaks 'Smoking Gun' in Case of Ecuadorian Oil Spill

In what is being described as "smoking gun evidence" of Chevron's complete guilt and corruption in the case of an oil spill in the Ecuadorian Amazon, internal videos leaked to an environmental watchdog show company technicians finding and then mocking the extensive oil contamination in areas that the oil giant told courts had been restored.

Apr 09 11:30

Monsanto Employee Admits an Entire Department Exists to "Discredit" Scientists

Dare to publish a scientific study against Big Biotech, and Monsanto will defame and discredit you. For the first time, a Monsanto employee admits that there is an entire department within the corporation with the simple task of 'discrediting' and 'debunking' scientists who speak out against GMOs.

Apr 09 10:27

Salisbury Univ. Urging “TB” Tests After Three Confirmed Cases

There’s concern tonight at Salisbury University– hit with three cases of tuberculosis in recent months! Now the university is warning students who may have come in contact with those patients, to get tested!

Christie Ileto has the latest.

More than 8,700 students at Salisbury University and three of them have confirmed cases of tuberculosis.

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Tuberculosis is one of the illnesses confirmed to be brought into the US by the illegal immigrants.

Apr 09 09:39

4 Ways Big Pharma Continues to Lose Credibility

When you visit the websites for leading pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer and Novartis, you’ll find mission statements that will feed you with inspiring goals such as “improve health and well-being,” “provide access to safe, effective and affordable medicines,” and “to prevent and cure diseases, to ease suffering and to enhance the quality of life.”

Who still believes this? Let’s keep it straight: major pharmaceutical companies are in the business of dealing drugs and making money. Here’s some food for thought that might make you question the credibility of pharmaceutical companies.

The Biggest Drug Pushers in the US

Apr 09 09:24

Sexual offending runs in families, 37-year nationwide study finds

Brothers and fathers of men convicted of sexual offences are up to five times more likely to be convicted of sexual offences than men in the general population, a new study shows. Genetic factors were found to make a substantial contribution to this increased risk with the shared family environment having a relatively small influence.

Apr 09 09:19

Avoid Becoming a Patsy like Dzhokar Tsarnaev

by Henry Makow, Ph.D.

Modern life presents some unique challenges. STD's. Student loans. Gender bending etc. None is greater than the danger of becoming a patsy. This short article shows you how to avoid becoming the target of a massive, televised manhunt, and being vilified and butchered in the process.

Apr 09 08:58

FLASHBACK 2009 - Selling ObamaCare Like Selling Hot Dogs

President Obama is trying desperately to sell his healthcare program to the nation. His latest stunt is a staged photo op at the White House Rose Garden with 150 doctors in tow from the 50 states. How would the people know that these men were doctors? “Doctors attending the event were instructed to show up in white lab coats to give observers the feeling that doctors stand behind the President’s health care plans.” But some did not show up with their white lab coats. They came dressed like stock brokers. No problem. Obama’s people were prepared with an assortment of white coats of their own. A medicinal sea of white served as a backdrop for the president’s propaganda push.

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Remember what I said about how the white lab coat has replaced a priests robes in convincing you to do what the rulers want you to do?

Apr 09 08:31

Solving a Water Crisis With Technology

by Brian Berletic

While the debate rages over what to do about the water shortage in California, some people have begun to explore some more practical measures to take it on all on their their own. In addition to temporarily conserving water, some people have begun thinking of alternatives to the municipal water grid altogether, and how these alternatives can provide them the water they need...

Apr 09 08:04

A Mexican Prisoner Died In Jail In Utah For Lack Of Dialysis

Ramón C. Estrada, 62, was out on parole less than three weeks after his death.

A Mexican inmate died last week in Utah, apparently of a heart attack related to kidney failure after not submitted for two consecutive days external technicians should give dialysis in prison, authorities said Tuesday.

http://whatisusa.info/a-mexican-prisoner-died-in-jail-in-utah-for-lack...

Apr 09 08:01

Rima E. Laibow: "Vaccines Are A Complete Fraud. Don't Poison Your Child!"

Apr 09 07:59

Head of London-listed company linked to illegal clearing of Peru rainforest

The CEO of a company listed on the London Stock Exchange, that aims to become the world’s largest producer of cocoa, is responsible for illegally clearing swathes of rainforest in the Peruvian Amazon, according to a report by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA).

The website for the Cayman Islands-based company, United Cacao, implies the company could be a force for positive change in the chocolate business, mostly produced in West Africa, stating that it “seeks to provide a clear path forward for ethically-produced cacao to the world marketplace”.

But the EIA investigation alleges the company’s founder and CEO, Dennis Melka, has illegally deforested about 7,000 hectares (17,300 acres) of mostly primary rainforest. It says he is looking to expand his agricultural plantations by acquiring 450 units of rural private property in the Amazon, in addition to requesting at least 96,192 additional hectares of public land from the Peruvian government.

Apr 09 07:57

Big Pharma generates $77.5 billion in revenue for every $1 million they give to corrupt politicians

In American politics, money equals speech, so it stands to reason that a lot of money equals a lot of speech

Apr 09 07:51

Nine in 10 GPs say no to seven day opening

Following a Tory pledge to offer all patients access to GPs seven days a week, 94 per cent of GPs reject the idea of their own surgery operating such hours, a mass poll finds

Apr 09 07:20

AE911 Truth founder Richard Gage kicks off month long European tour with lecture in Reykjavik, Iceland April 11

In a few days, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth founder and 28-year professional architect Richard Gage, AIA, embarks on an intensive month-long speaking tour that is designed to illuminate Europeans on the facts of the destruction of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on September 11, 2001.

Armed with unbiased expert analysis and eyewitness testimony, Gage exposes major flaws in the official 9/11 narrative, upon which a dubious perpetual war on terror and erosion of civil liberties across the globe has been predicated. Mounting death tolls, stratospheric military spending, and widespread government insolvency are prompting citizens of all countries to call for a closer examination of the evidence of the catastrophic events of 9/11 — events that have been the impetus for these planet-wide ills.

Apr 09 07:01

Gerber Toddler Snack Tests 100% Positive for GMO Insecticide Corn

GMO Free USA has published the results of independent lab testing which documented that Gerber Lil’ Crunchies Veggie Dip Baked Whole Grain Corn toddler snack contains high levels of herbicide tolerant, insecticide producing genetically engineered corn.

Apr 09 06:59

CNN covers up government plan to put Ebola patients in U.S. hotels

‘The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has long since disappeared from the radars of the world’s news media, with coverage falling off dramatically from its peak last year.

That is especially true in the United States, but that coverage could soon change if a policy being pursued by the federal government’s premier health agency backfires. And as of right now, one mainstream news channel – CNN – may actually be covering up some important details.

Apr 08 17:22

Monsanto Admits Paying for GMO Farmer’s Legal Defense in Australia Court Case

In what can only be described as a public relations disaster for Monsanto, the company has been forced to admit Wednesday that it financially supported the legal defense of the farmer who contaminated Steve Marsh’s farm in Western Australia. The GMO contamination of Steve Marsh’s organic farm has received worldwide attention over the past few months (#IAmSteveMarsh).

Monsanto Australia’s Managing Director, Daniel Kruithoff said Wednesday, “Although we were not a party to the litigation, we respect Michael and Zanthe Baxter’s choice to defend themselves. Their neighbor initiated a legal claim against them when they were responsibly growing a safe and legal crop, as was clearly established in the Supreme Court’s verdict...

Apr 08 14:36

NASA promises ‘definitive evidence’ of alien life by 2025

WE ARE ON THE CUSP OF DISCOVERING ALIEN CIVILIZATIONS, NASA’S TOP SCIENTISTS HAVE SAID.

Apr 08 14:14

Deep-Pocketed Industry Plays Outsized Role in Animal Drug Studies

Corporate agribusinesses depend on favorable science—often in the form of published research in academic journals—to gain legitimacy, regulatory approval, and market acceptance of products such as new animal drugs.

Apr 08 10:48

Japanese Scientists Successfully Transmit Electricity Through The Air

Scientists in Japan have successfully transmitted electric energy wirelessly through the air, proving that Nikola Tesla was onto something big.
For years debates have raged about whether or not power could be transferred through the air, and while there have been many reports of this being achieved on a small scale, there has never been a major mainstream study into the phenomenon, until now.

Apr 08 10:33

Brewing human rights crisis In Baltimore as city threatens mass water shutoffs

In what residents warn is a mounting human rights crisis, the city of Baltimore has commenced sending 25,000 notices

Apr 08 09:40

Mind-destroying drug Chantix to receive new black box warning label

‘In response to a request from drug giant Pfizer to remove the “black box” warning on the smoking-cessation drug Chantix, the FDA has decided to not only retain the warning but expand it.

Apr 08 09:26

Glacial Belts of Water Ice Found on Mars

"We have calculated that the ice in the glaciers is equivalent to over 150 billion cubic meters of ice – that much ice could cover the entire surface of Mars with 1.1 meters of ice. The ice at the mid-latitudes is therefore an important part of Mars' water reservoir," explained Bjørnholt Karlsson.

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One of my favorite images from Viking 2, showing snow/frost on the ground, formed of a clathrate of water ice and frozen CO2.

Apr 08 08:25

Barclays ends investment in ‘toxic’ coal mining practice under campaign pressure

Following years of political pressure from financial justice campaigners and concerned account holders, British bank Barclays has ceased funding controversial firms that profit from environmentally devastating mining techniques.

In a public policy statement released Tuesday, the high street bank announced its intention to abandon firms that engage in Mountain Top Removal (MTR) coal mining.

“Provision of financial support to companies which are significant producers of MTR sourced coal will be agreed by exception only,” the statement said.

Apr 08 08:23

A Mexican Prisoner Died In Jail In Utah For Lack Of Dialysis

Ramón C. Estrada, 62, was out on parole less than three weeks after his death.

A Mexican inmate died last week in Utah, apparently of a heart attack related to kidney failure after not submitted for two consecutive days external technicians should give dialysis in prison, authorities said Tuesday.

http://whatisusa.info/a-mexican-prisoner-died-in-jail-in-utah-for-lack...

Apr 08 08:16

Fish reproductive rates plummeting because of hormonal birth control in sewage effluent

The top environmental agencies in the United States, Canada, and England have all found that exposure to unmetabolized birth control hormones has caused feminization of male fish, delayed reproduction in female fish, and has damaged the kidneys and livers of fish of both sexes. Studies have found that female fish outnumber male fish in streams by a ratio of ten to one in areas where there is a high incidence of birth control pill usage. Biologist John Wooding said about this finding: “It’s the first thing that I’ve seen as a scientist that really scared me.”

Apr 08 07:58

The World's Most Powerful Atom Smasher Restarts With a Big Bang

The new-and-improved LHC will be more powerful than ever, smashing protons together at energies up to 13 trillion electron volts (TeV); for comparison, the atom smasher was running at 8 TeV when it detected the Higgs boson.

Higher energies mean more chances of discovering the exotic particles the LHC was created to find.

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Particle physicists like to joke that studying matter with colliders is like smashing two mechanical clocks together and trying to guess what the clocks looked like based on the springs, gears, and levers that fly out. Let us take that analogy one step further and speculate that given enough speed at the moment of collision, individual teeth from the clock gears will come flying out as separate distinct pieces. But clearly, prior to that moment of collision, they never did exist as separate distinct pieces. Their separateness is created by the collision at that very moment. The same may well be true of the ultra-tiny particles generated by the collisions of the LHC, including whatever we may be asked to accept on faith as the "God Particle." They may be artifacts of the experimental method, and not of natural processes.

See THE "BIG BANG" IS JUST RELIGION DISGUISED AS SCIENCE

Apr 08 07:56

Russian Hackers Accused Of Cyberattacks Against The White House

The intrusion was carried out through computers around the world.

United States suspects that Russian hackers are the authors of cyberattacks suffered by the Department of State, through which would have gotten access to sensitive White House computer system elements, according to U.S. officials who were informed of the investigation revealed to CNN.

http://whatisusa.info/russian-hackers-accused-of-cyberattacks-against-...

Apr 08 07:51

FDA Sets Hearing to Regulate Homeopathic Medicine- ACT NOW to save access to homeopathic remedies

The FDA has called a hearing to decide the future of access to homeopathic medicine. Urgent comments are needed to protect health freedom. The FDA is reevaluating their "regulatory framework" for homoeopathic remedies. Friends and supporters of homeopathy have to act immediately to tell the FDA that they want to maintain their freedom to use homeopathic medicines.

Apr 08 07:48

National Geographic's corporate-corrupted war on REALITY: how a once-upstanding mag now betrays humanity to push toxic poisons of advertisers

The cover of this month's National Geographic magazine is causing some major controversy among the cognitively aware, as this once-upstanding and generally unbiased nature periodical has quite obviously fallen headlong into the clutches of corporate-controlled propaganda and lies.

Outlining what it says are some of the basic tenets of "The War on Science," National Geographic likens having concerns about the safety of vaccines, fluoride, and genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) to believing that the moon landings were faked, or that the earth was made flat by Jenny McCarthy, or something (because science!).

Each of the following beliefs is presented on the National Geographic cover as being some kind of hare-brained conspiracy theory that threatens the continued advancement of modern civilization:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Let me preface this by saying I come from a science background myself, but all too often science gets hijacked and distorted for political or economic gain, or simply makes goofs which are perpetuated by arrogance!

Why should we not just blindly trust science?

Alchemy, for one.

Phlogiston Chemistry, for another.

Prior to the 14th Century Astronomers thought the Earth was the center of the universe, because, well, that's what the church wanted, and spent hundreds of years of scientific research on the theory of Epicycles; which holds the record for longest running scientific goof!

17th Century doctors thought rubbing chicken dung into your scalp would cure baldness! They also thought leeches sucked disease out of patients.

18th Century Geologists thinking the Earth was 6000 years old, because, well, that's what the church wanted!

Prior to the 1950s, scientists thought proteins carried our heredity.

Until the 19th Century, doctors though infection was caused by bad air.

Scientists claimed cigarettes were good for you up until the 1950s. They even had a machine to pump tobacco smoke into your anus...



... the origin of the phrase "blowing smoke up your a**!"

Until 2005, doctors thought ulcers were caused by stress.

National Geographic should not be questioning why people do not trust science after its own 1999 "Piltdown Chicken" scandal!

Science is not perfect. Science does make mistakes. The beauty of science is supposed to be that they admit it, not use the label of "science" like a modern religious icon to push agendas onto people! Anyone who says the "Science is settled" is not being scientific, they are being propagandistic!

Apr 08 06:59

New Evidence BP's Spill Dispersant Caused Harm to Humans and Wildlife

In the desperately dark days following BP’s Deepwater Horizon accident in April 2010, one of the issues that I highlighted on this blog was the dangers of BP’s chemical Corexit, which the oil giant was using to disperse the oil.

Apr 08 05:51

EPA Issues Moratorium on New Pesticides That Kill Birds and Bees

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a moratorium that will restrict the use of new pesticides that have been blamed for declining bee populations, though the policy does not apply to products currently on the market.

The chemicals in question, neonicotinoids, are a new class of insecticides that affect the central nervous system of insects and result in paralysis and death.

Apr 08 05:48

California Water Authorities Using Smart Meter Data as Evidence to Impose Fines

Essentially, consumption of utilities in your home is being big brother tracked and traced at all times on the smart grid.

Sure, it was sold to everyone as a “smart” solution for keeping consumption in check, that it would decrease utility bills because people could use it to check out how much they use and find smart ways to cut down. (How many people are really even doing that, by the way?)

Not only is this going to be used to serve up “peak pricing” models against the population — to price electricity and water higher during times of higher consumption by the population — it’s also going to be used to allow the people to tattle on themselves via their data, a set up that will come with heavy financial consequences.

As we can see happening now in California during its historic drought, smart meters are also being used by authorities to seek people out and impose fines.

Apr 08 05:41

Psychological Warfare and the Fragmentation of the Psyche

The subject of dissociative identity disorder and the fracturing of the psyche is a complex topic that is becoming more mainstream through alternative media. The causes, nature and extent of the disorder are still shrouded in mystery, though modern medicine and psychology do have a lot to say about the matter. One of the reasons the disorder is controversial is that it doesn’t seem to fit well in the dominant materialist/biologist reductionism upon which mass science is built. Given the presupposition of modern science that the psyche is entirely equated with the brain itself, the assumptions are thus that any possible solution to mental problems of this nature can only be remedied or suppressed through the addition of, and rearrangement of, molecular compounds.

Apr 07 23:46

Russian Hackers Accused Of Cyberattacks Against The White House

The intrusion was carried out through computers around the world.

United States suspects that Russian hackers are the authors of cyberattacks suffered by the Department of State, through which would have gotten access to sensitive White House computer system elements, according to U.S. officials who were informed of the investigation revealed to CNN.

http://whatisusa.info/russian-hackers-accused-of-cyberattacks-against-...

Apr 07 19:03

Gerber Toddler Snack Tests 100% Positive for GMO Insecticide Corn

GMO Free USA has published the results of independent lab testing which documented that Gerber Lil’ Crunchies Veggie Dip Baked Whole Grain Corn toddler snack contains high levels of herbicide tolerant, insecticide producing genetically engineered corn.

GMO Free USA stated; “We sent a package of Gerber Graduates Lil’ Crunchies Veggie Dip Baked Whole Grain Corn Snack to a certified lab to test for the presence of GMO material. The quantitative PCR test verified, by DNA analysis, that 100% of the corn in the Lil’ Crunchies Veggie Dip was GMO. All of the corn has been genetically engineered to be herbicide tolerant (Roundup Ready) and the corn contained DNA sequences known to be present in Bt insecticide-producing GMO corn.” ...

Apr 07 16:51

Skin problems? Try this DIY natural antibacterial cream

Need a do-it-yourself alternative to antibacterial creams that don’t have any weird chemicals in it that you can’t pronounce?

Apr 07 16:33

Mind-destroying drug Chantix to receive new black box warning label

Chantix, known generically as varenicline, is a popular smoking-cessation drug first approved by the FDA in 2006

Apr 07 15:23

Faithful dog lies down with companions as they’re arrested

A drug raid in the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina turned up some drugs, guns and one faithful dog. The photo, which has since gone viral in Brazil, shows the suspects – and apparently their companion as well – surrendering to authorities during the raid.

Apr 07 14:58

California Water Authorities Using Smart Meter Data as Evidence to Impose Fines

Question: while the system is busy turning neighbors into angry snitches and using smart meters to impose heavy fines on everyone, is any of this making more water?

Apr 07 12:44

Breaking News: Whooping cough outbreak in only vaccinated children

An alarming outbreak of pertussis (whooping cough) is currently sweeping through the Park City, Utah area. And the news is not good for the vaccine industry – as you’ll soon see.

This whooping cough outbreak marks the first time in many years that the area has experienced even one case of pertussis. So far, 19 kids have been diagnosed with the illness.

Apr 07 11:24

Major utility to begin closing down power plants next month

One of the country's largest coal utilities will begin closing power plants next month in four states, as strict federal environmental regulations begin to kick in.

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Apparently they started with Washington DC! :)

Apr 07 11:22

Federal Govt Admits Marijuana Kills Brain Tumors, But You Still Can’t Have It

The federal government admits in newly funded research that compounds found in marijuana have an unprecedented ability to go in and kill brain tumors without any negative side effects. But you’re still going to jail if you try and use it as a medication.

Apr 07 11:17

Fleas test positive for plague near Flagstaff

Coconino County officials are taking precautions after finding fleas collected in Picture Canyon northeast of Flagstaff have tested positive for plague.

The Arizona Daily Sun reported Friday that the County Public Health Services District is conducting additional tests and disinfecting prairie dog burrows.

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Gee, I wonder who brought that across the border into our nation.

Apr 07 11:08

Canada and US Looking At Conscription? Michael Rivero

Apr 07 11:07

The Arrival of Man-Made Earthquakes

The New Yorker has a long investigative report on a recent geological phenomenon: man-made earthquakes. The article describes how scientists painstakingly gathered data on the quakes, and then tried to find ways to communicate the results — which are quite definitive — to politicians who often have financial reasons to disbelieve them. Quoting: "Until 2008, Oklahoma experienced an average of one to two earthquakes of 3.0 magnitude or greater each year. (Magnitude-3.0 earthquakes tend to be felt, while smaller earthquakes may be noticed only by scientific equipment or by people close to the epicenter.) In 2009, there were twenty. The next year, there were forty-two. In 2014, there were five hundred and eighty-five, nearly triple the rate of California.

Apr 07 10:48

A disaster waiting to happen in Oklahoma? The link between fracking and earthquakes is causing alarm in an oil-rich town

Oil is stored in vast quantities at Cushing in above-ground storage containers that litter the fields surrounding the town. This is a place where “oilfield” has nothing to do with drilling, in a state where the oil and gas industry has become as powerful as it is anywhere in the United States.

Now, thanks to fracking, it’s also one of the most active seismic areas in the entire United States.

Apr 07 10:48

US Agribusiness, GMOs and the Plundering of the Planet

Small family/peasant farms produce most of the world’s food. They form the bedrock of global food production. Yet they are being squeezed onto less than a quarter of the planet’s farmland. The world is fast losing farms and farmers through the concentration of land into the hands of rich and powerful land speculators and agribusiness corporations.

Apr 07 10:47

Mind-destroying drug Chantix to receive new black box warning label

In response to a request from drug giant Pfizer to remove the "black box" warning on the smoking-cessation drug Chantix, the FDA has decided to not only retain the warning but expand it.

Apr 07 10:47

Land grab in Ukraine is Monsanto’s backdoor to the EU

The quest for Ukraine’s legendary black earth is almost complete. To the dismay of French, Polish, German farmers, the multinational agricultural corporation Monsanto, as well as DuPont Pioneer and John Deere, have all lobbied for access to the largest agricultural market in Eastern Europe. This will soon reshape the market for agricultural products in the EU and spell ruin for Europe’s farmers.

In Nov. 2013, the Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation drafted a legal amendment that will benefit global ag producers by allowing the widespread use of genetically modified seeds. Taking a backseat to the dramatic political developments there, this turn of events went almost unnoticed, although Monsanto has been lobbying within Ukraine’s agricultural market for quite a while. Back in 2007 the US embassy in Kiev demanded that the Ukrainian government take action against sellers of “fake” seeds (i.e., producers competing with TNCs).

Apr 07 10:46

Zero Deforestation arrangement for Palm oil to be implemented by KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut

Yum! Brands, the organization that claims KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut, on Thursday reported a zero deforestation arrangement for its palm oil sourcing. The move came after forceful battles by ecological gatherings that argued that the restaurants weren’t doing what’s needed to guarantee the palm oil they used to cook food wasn’t connected to human rights misuses, obliteration of peat lands, and logging of rainforests.

Apr 07 09:51

Taking Back Their Power from Smart Meters in Pennsylvania

Catherine J. Frompovich
Activist Post

In 2008 the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Legislative body passed, and then-Governor Ed Rendell signed into Pennsylvania Law – PA HB2200, which became Act 129 of 2008. That unethical and vested-interest law mandated AMI Smart Meters (SMs) replace perfectly safe analog meters on all residences with utility companies servicing 100,000 customers.

However, that bill/law is flawed legally insofar as it does not provide an Opt-out from Smart Meters...

Apr 07 09:46

Fragmentation of the psyche and the nous

The subject of dissociative identity disorder and the fracturing of the psyche is a complex topic that is becoming more mainstream through alternative media

Apr 07 09:33

20 Ways to Use Honey for Wellness and Survival

by Gaye Levy

Rich, golden honey. What is not to like? Just the thought of sweet, fragrant honey and honeybees makes me think of happy times. That, coupled with its long storage life makes honey a perfect food for the survival pantry. But did you know that honey has a myriad of other uses, including as a therapeutic ointment that promotes healing?

In this article you will learn all about honey, the various types, its use to promote health and wellness, and other ways to use honey that you may not have thought of...

Apr 07 09:27

NBC'S LAW & ORDER: VACCINE AGENDA MOUTHPIECE

To honor April as National Autism Awareness Month, NBC’s Law and Order has decided to run a new episode titled Granting Immunity.’ This episode revolves around a measles outbreak in an elementary school due to parents that didn’t vaccinate their children. No stranger to taking the wrong side of controversy, it appears NBC is looking to follow in the footsteps of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel to attack parents who still want medical choice. This is termed ‘behavior placement’ in which subtle messages are woven into shows. It should be noted that watching television instantly switches a viewer’s brainwaves into the alpha state (relaxation, suggestibility etc.). Next to criminality and fraud from the mainstream medical community, it appears ridicule and brainwashing are the only ‘real science’ vaccines still command.

Apr 07 09:20

BILLIONS OF CALIFORNIA FRACKING ‘WATER WASTING’ IGNORED

As California lawmakers decide if resident ‘water wasters’ should face jail time, based on a ‘snitch’ system,’ water agencies are busy working on higher rates and fees to penalize individual residents. As the main facilitator in the pollution of California's two biggest fresh water aquifers, the real question is “who will report California Governor Jerry Brown?”

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