Jun 14 10:34

Cannabis Extract Fights ‘Incurable Form’ of Leukemia

There are plenty of anecdotal reports of the successful use of cannabis in treating cancer.

Jun 14 10:10

Hawaii's Volcano Is Literally Erupting Gems

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has been fiercely erupting for well over a month. Now, residents are finding little green gems that have fallen out of the sky during Kilauea's eruption.

The green gems are olivine crystals, a common mineral found in Hawaii's lava. At jewelry quality, the mineral is called peridot. As the volcano erupts, it blasts apart molten lava, allowing for green olivine minerals to be separated from the rest of the melt and fall as tiny gemstones.

Jun 14 09:40

Idaho boy has been diagnosed with the PLAGUE, health officials reveal

A boy in Idaho is recovering after being diagnosed with the plague, health officials have revealed.

It is the first human case in the state since the early 1990s, and is believed to be the only one reported this year.

Today, health officials in Elmore County, just east of the capital Boise, said the boy was diagnosed late last month.

Lab results this week confirmed he had the bubonic plague, which affects the lymph nodes (rather than the more deadly pneumonic plague which affects the lungs).

Officials are racing to determine whether he contracted the disease in Idaho or during a recent family trip to Oregon.

Jun 14 08:26

Migration Causes Cognitive Dissonance

Masonic government and media traitors have conflated "immigrant" with "migrant." Any migrant can claim to be an "asylum seeker" and gain entry, merely by crossing some undefended stretch of the border.

Many economic migrants are steaming across the Canadian border from the US where they are anything but refugees.

We pay police and army to stop intruders. But instead of doing their jobs, they are aiding and abetting them.

Jun 14 08:11

Philip May's Capital Group profits from British weed-growing op while patients denied access

Charges of hypocrisy have been leveled against the Home Office for not granting patients access to medicinal cannabis, while relatives of Tory MPs are profiting from its production and export.

The accusations first surfaced in an article by Dr John Regan, published last April by the website, which accused the government of hypocrisy for its stance on medicinal cannabis.

Jun 13 14:57


These maps are not updated.

Fecal matter is elusive, and doesn’t necessarily register until it’s crusted on the bottom of your shoe. But there might be a dark cloud of poo hovering above your city, as evidenced by this stinky, stinky map.

Jun 13 11:57

Psychedelics Shown To Heal Damaged Brain Cells From Depression

Research in recent years has shown that psychedelics like LSD, magic mushrooms, MDMA and DMT from ayahuasca can help with addiction, depression, phobias, schizophrenia, anxiety and even prisoner recidivism rates. New research...

Jun 13 10:51


A very rare case of an Idaho child becoming infected with the plague has health officials urging the public to be on the lookout for the potentially fatal bacterial disease.

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare announced on Tuesday that a child from Elmore County, located between Twin Falls and Boise, contracted the plague.

The child is only the fifth human to suffer from the plague since 1940 in Idaho.

Jun 13 09:57

Is NASA'S Opportunity DEAD? Space agency says Mars rover has 'fallen silent' following a megastorm bigger than North America on the red planet

Flight controllers tried late Tuesday night to contact Opportunity, but the rover did not respond.

The storm has been growing since the end of May and now covers one-quarter of the planet.

Controllers expect it will be several more days before there's enough sunlight to recharge Opportunity's battery through its solar panels.

NASA says the battery is likely so low that only a clock is still working, to wake the spacecraft for periodic power-level checks.

Jun 13 09:54

A ghost town in the making: How the Salton Sea - California's ‘miracle in the desert’ - went from bustling resort to a stinking 'public health disaster' where the remaining residents choke on toxic dust

The Salton Sea was accidentally created when in 1905 the Colorado River swelled, breached its levees and flooded into the Salton Sink desert valley. For two years the water flowed, creating the Salton Sea – a 15-mile by 35-mile freshwater lake 45miles outside of Palm Springs. By the 1970s it was in decline due to there being almost no rainfall, no way for the lake to drain and runoff water contaminated with pesticides from nearby farms flowed into it. Salt levels increased making it saltier than the Pacific Ocean, depleting oxygen levels in the water. Thousands of fish died annually and washed onto the shore where they shriveled up and decayed in the extreme heat.

Where holidaymakers once sunbathed, the sand is littered with sun-bleached fish carcasses. On hot summer days when the temperature can reach up to 120F (48.8C), a pungent sulphur odor hangs in the air that can be smelled 150 miles away in Los Angeles. In short, the Salton Sea smells of rotten eggs.

Jun 12 17:52

Questionable Tactics Used in Vaccine ‘Safety’ Testing

Trial data from Merck shows that Gardasil vaccinations may actually increase your risk of cervical cancer by 44.6 percent if you have been exposed to HPV strains 16 or 18 prior to vaccination.

Jun 12 17:50

Mass Shootings and Psychiatric Drugs – the Connection

I’ve been tracking the connection on school shootings and psychiatric drugs since 1999.

Jun 12 15:46

Inside The Public Health Crisis Of Rising Suicide Rates In The United States

A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found the US suicide rate rose by 25 percent over the past two decades. Topping the list was North Dakota, where suicides have risen by 57 percent from 1999 levels. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States.

Jun 12 13:22

Hawaii volcano eruption: Lava shoots 160ft - Kilauea on RED ALERT with VOG to spread

Jun 12 10:30

Japanese Probe Photographs Target Asteroid Ryugu for Sample-Return Mission

A Japanese asteroid-sampling spacecraft has its target in sight.

The Hayabusa2 probe has photographed Ryugu, the space rock it's scheduled to start orbiting late this month.

One newly released image, which was captured on Sunday (June 10) by Hayabusa2's Optical Navigation Camera-Telescopic (ONC-T), shows the 3,000-foot-wide (900 meters) Ryugu shining like a star against the blackness of space. [Photos: Japan's Hayabusa2 Asteroid Mission in Pictures]

Another Sunday ONC-T shot, which featured a much shorter exposure time (0.09 seconds versus 178 seconds), suggests that the asteroid is not significantly elongated, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) officials said.

Jun 12 10:29

Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Update: 2 New Explosions Rock Summit, Trigger Minor Quakes

Two explosions rocked Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano summit Monday, sending ash into the air and triggering at least one magnitude 5.4 earthquake.

The latest brings the total number of explosions to three in as many days. On Saturday, a small explosion on the summit triggered a magnitude 5.2 earthquake. No damage was reported from the tremor that was felt as far away as Hilo.

Officials say there's no way to know when the Kilauea Volcano will stop erupting on the Big Island, where more than 600 homes have been destroyed by lava.

On Monday, officials began letting some residents return to their homes as lava flowing into the ocean posed no new threat, the Associated Press reports. County Civil Defense Agency Administrator Talmadge Magno said staffing at the operations center would be reduced. He noted that workers could be called in if conditions worsen.

Jun 12 10:15

How many opioid overdoses are suicides?

Mady Ohlman was 22 on the evening some years ago when she stood in a friend’s bathroom looking down at the sink.

Trump relies on gut instinct. The North Koreans have 45 years of preparation.
“I had set up a bunch of needles filled with heroin because I wanted to just do them back-to-back-to-back,” Ohlman recalled. She doesn’t remember how many she injected before collapsing, or how long she lay drugged-out on the floor.

“But I remember being pissed because I could still get up, you know?”

She wanted to be dead, she said, glancing down, a wisp of straight brown hair slipping from behind an ear across her thin face.

At that point, said Ohlman, she’d been addicted to opioids — controlled by the drugs — for more than three years.

Jun 12 10:03

Traces of drugs, including antidepressants and antibiotics, found in York rivers

TRACES of almost 30 different pharmaceutical drugs, including antidepressants, antibiotics and medicines to treat epilepsy and diabetes, have been found in rivers in York.

Scientists said they found 29 different drug compounds in the River Ouse and River Foss, including some from drugs not usually available in the UK, thought to have been ingested by American and Chinese tourists.

The York University team stressed that although the levels were extremely low - drinking two litres of river water would give you about a millionth of a patient's daily dose of one drug - there were concerns over the long-term implications.

Jun 12 10:03

6-11 USGS Hawaii Overflight Footages Kilauea Volcano Eruption Drone Update and Lava Flow Map on GE

Jun 12 09:57


A newly installed TransCanada natural gas pipeline exploded early Thursday in the remote Nixon Ridge area of Marshall County in West Virginia.

No injuries were reported but flames and smoke from the blast could be seen as far as 20 miles away, residents told local media. Area police told CBS News the fire was "very large—if you can see it from your house, evacuate."

"It sounded like a freight train coming through, or a tornado, and the sky lit up bright orange, and then I got up and looked out the window and flames were shooting I don't know how far into the sky," Tina Heath-Chaplin, of Moundsville, told WPXI.

TransCanada—the same company behind the Keystone pipeline—said the explosion has been contained and an investigation is underway.

"As soon as the issue was identified, emergency response procedures were enacted and the segment of impacted pipeline was isolated. The fire was fully extinguished by approximately 8:30 a.m," the company commented Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The cause is probably, most simply, that the company did the installation on the cheap, and cut corners in both materials and installation proceduures, which resulted in the blowout.

Explosiions like this just "don't happen"; they are caused when all the safety regs in place are ignored, to some degree or other.

Jun 12 09:21

22 Quotable Quotes About Psychiatric Pseudoscience

“There is a great deal of scientific evidence that stimulants cause brain damage with long-term use, yet there is no evidence that these mental illnesses…exist.”…”

Jun 12 08:15

Iceberg Bursts Up From Water in Patagonia Near Tourist Boat

The incredibly awesome and terrifying footage, filmed in Patagonia, shows how an iceberg bursts out of the water, creating a beautiful display of the forces of nature. A huge block of azure ice suddenly emerges just near the boat, prompting the people to scream and shout in fear and amazement.

Jun 11 22:46

New Evidence Suggests Parkinson's Might Start in The Gut, Not The Brain

A new study adds to a growing body of research that suggests we might have been thinking about Parkinson's disease wrong this whole time.

Instead of being isolated to the brain, new evidence in mice suggests that the condition might actually start in the gut.

Jun 11 15:44

Inside The Public Health Crisis Of Rising Suicide Rates In The United States

A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found the US suicide rate rose by 25 percent over the past two decades. Topping the list was North Dakota, where suicides have risen by 57 percent from 1999 levels. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States.

Jun 11 14:52

Ancient Peruvian skulls found riddled with HOLES reveal the expertise of Inca cranial surgeries that were twice as successful as those performed centuries later in the American Civil War

Long before anesthesia and the advent of precision medical tools, humans were already performing complex surgeries on one another in effort to beat all sorts of ailments.

Among the most gruesome may be the act of trepanation – in which parts of the skull were scraped, cut, or drilled away to treat everything from headaches or injuries to suspected demonic possession.

Hundreds of prehistoric skulls bearing the tell-tale holes of trepanation have been found in Peru alone, dating as far back as the year 400 B.C.

Despite their prehistoric methods, researchers say the ancient neurosurgeons were experts at the task; during the Inca Empire, the survival rate for the procedure was roughly double what was achieved centuries later during the American Civil War.

Jun 11 11:55

CRISPR Crashes After Study Highlights Potential Cancer Risk From Gene-Editing

Editing cells’ genomes with CRISPR-Cas9 might increase the risk that the altered cells, intended to treat disease, will trigger cancer, two studies published on Monday warn — a potential game-changer for the companies developing CRISPR-based therapies.

Jun 11 11:53

The Big Secret The Mainstream Media Doesn't Want To Tell You About Americas Soaring Suicide Rates

The use of antidepressants and other mind-altering drugs is absolutely exploding in our society. According to Time Magazine, the use of antidepressants rose almost 65 percent between 1999 and 2014…

A new report from the National Center for Health Statistics shows that from 2011 through 2014, the most recent data available, close to 13% of people 12 and older said they took an antidepressant in the last month. That number is up from 11% in 2005-2008.

The most recent numbers have increased by nearly 65% since 1999-2002, when 7.7% of Americans reported taking an antidepressant.

Jun 11 11:52

Gene editing tool may raise cancer risk in cells, scientists warn

A gene-editing technology that is being explored by scientists worldwide as a way of removing and replacing gene defects might inadvertently increase cancer risk in cells, scientists warned on Monday.

Researchers from the Britain’s Cambridge University and Sweden’s Karolinska Institute said more research needs to be done to assess whether using CRISPR-Cas9 – a type of molecular “scissors” that make gene editing a possibility – might lead to the development of treatments that have added cancer risk.

Jun 11 11:45


Beekeepers in France aren’t happy with Bayer. Agence France Presse reported (AFP) a beekeeping cooperative in the northern part of the country filed a legal complaint against the chemical giant after the controversial herbicide glyphosate was found in honey. The complaint was filed the same day as the close of Bayer’s acquisition of Monsanto.

Jun 11 11:40

Famous People Who Died of Auto-Erotic Asphyxiation

Auto-erotic asphyxiation is an often misunderstood sexual proclivity. People who practice auto or self asphyxiation for pleasure derive a sense of sexual arousal from lack of oxygen to the brain. To each his own, of course, but this form of masturbation can be very dangerous-- as this list of famous people who died of autoerotic asphyxiation proves. You might also be interested in famous people who died during sex and celebrity deaths that were never investigated. This list also includes photos, birth dates, professions, and other information. Often considered as accidental suicide, autoerotic asphyxiation has been depicted in erotica for many years.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

According to this article, Anthony Bourdain was found hanging from a door knob. This sort of arrangement is commonly used for erotic asphyxiation, so I think we can add Anthony to this list.

Jun 11 11:30

Hawaii Volcano Eruption Update - Sunday Evening (June 10, 2018)

Jun 11 11:07

Is the International Space Station DOOMED? Budget cuts to the ISS could cause the US to lose the space race to Russia and China, warns former congressman Bob Barr

Ending funding for the International Space Station (ISS) will mean the US is in danger of losing the space race, a top official has warned.

Former congressman Bob Barr said that in the absence of more funding, America's manned space program will start to 'fade to "lights out" starting next year'.

Certain Washington bureaucrats are looking to stop funding for the ISS in the coming years - meaning Russia and China will be most likely to become space leaders, he warned.

Jun 11 10:41

Study Reveals 11 Million People Could Be Taking The Wrong Heart Medication

More than 11 million Americans may have incorrect prescriptions for aspirin, statins, and blood pressure medications, according to a new study.

Researchers based their findings on an updated set of calculations — known as pooled cohort equations, or PCEs — used to determine the risk of a heart attack or stroke.

The PCEs are the foundation for cardiovascular-disease-prevention guidelines in the United States. They help physicians decide whether to prescribe aspirin, blood pressure, or statin medications, or some combination of these, by estimating the risk a patient may have for a heart attack or stroke.

Most physicians calculate a patient's risk using a PCE web calculator or a smartphone app; the equations are also built into many electronic health records so that a patient's risk is automatically calculated during an office visit.

Jun 11 10:35

Huge Dust Storm on Mars Hits NASA's Opportunity Rover

A massive dust storm on Mars has sidelined NASA's Opportunity rover, stalling the robot's science work as it waits out the still-growing tempest.

The Martian dust storm was first spotted from space by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, NASA officials said.

"As soon as the orbiter team saw how close the storm was to Opportunity, they notified the rover's team to begin preparing contingency plans," NASA officials said in a statement. "In a matter of days, the storm had ballooned." [The Greatest Mars Discoveries by Opportunity & Spirit]

As of Friday (June 8), the storm covers more than 7 million square miles of Mars (18 million square kilometers), according to NASA. That's an area larger than all of North America on Earth.

"Full dust storms like this one are not surprising, but are infrequent," NASA officials said in the statement. "They can crop up suddenly but last weeks, even months."

Jun 11 10:31

Hawaii volcano NEW eruption: Will Kilauea erupt again? Lava flows into the sea

HAWAII’s Kilauea volcano exploded into life again on Sunday, sending ash 10,000 feet into the air - but will Kilauea’s violent eruption continue? Here are the latest updates.

Jun 11 10:31

Hawaii volcano eruption: SHOCKING aerial footage shows Kilauea's horror molten lava flow

HAWAII volcano Kilauea has destroyed hundreds of homes with shocking footage showing red-hot molten lava demolishing parts of the Lower East Rift Zone on Big Island.

Jun 11 10:24

$28,166: What It Costs To Provide Health Care

One of the primary reasons why the middle class in America is disappearing so rapidly is because of skyrocketing health care costs. Families all over the country are being absolutely crushed by extremely high health insurance premiums, ridiculously high deductibles and very large out-of-pocket expenses that were not anticipated.

Jun 11 09:52


Can't find anything on Iran's AF Chief being fired yet. But if he was fired it wasn't over an Israeli delusion.
Al-Jarida’s claims have been widely spreaded by the Israeli media, but have been questioned by independent experts and even media outlets.
There are few reasons:

Al-Jarida is a media outlet widely associated wirth Israel and involved into Israeli media and propaganda campaign;
The F-35I’s range of 2,000 km [without external fuel tanks] does not allow the warplane to fly over Iran and went back without stopover or aerial refueling;
The claim about the alleged F-35I operation over Iran came a day after Chief of the General Staff of the Israel Defense Force (IDF) Gadi Eizenkot claimed that the Israeli military had resumed striking targets in Syria [without providing any details or evidence];

Jun 10 09:28

Congress is proposing big changes to the National Organic Standards Board – and farmers are raising the alarm

Congress, in their infinite wisdom, has proposed two major changes to the NOSB — changes that would ultimately weaken the power of the NOSB, if not render the board obsolete entirely. What are these harebrained ideas from our elected officials?

As Civil Eats reports, Congress would, for one, like the NOSB to allow employees of organic farmers or producers to be permitted to have board positions. And secondly, Congress has proposed that they begin “allowing politicians to sidestep the NOSB’s authority to approve substances such as the fertilizers and pesticides used in organic production.”

Jun 10 07:49

US Suicides Increased By 25 Percent From 1999 To 2016

Suicide rates increased by 25 percent across the United States over the two decades ending in 2016. According to research published Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 25 states experienced a rise in suicides of more than 30 percent.

Jun 10 07:14


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is quietly building what will likely become the largest database of biometric and biographic data on citizens and foreigners in the United States. The agency’s new Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART)database will include multiple forms of biometrics—from face recognition to DNA, data from questionable sources, and highly personal data on innocent people. It will be shared with federal agencies outside of DHS as well as state and local law enforcement and foreign governments. And yet, we still know very little about it.

Jun 09 15:56

Nestle's Water Grab

"A Nestle spokesperson told me the company believes water is a fundamental human right. But it makes BILLIONS bottling free water and selling it back to people, like in Michigan. Meanwhile, Flint *still* doesn’t have clean tap water."

Jun 09 14:11

Blame Tinder? Health Officials Pin 20% STD Increase On Dating Apps

Victorian-era sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and syphilis are making a comeback in the UK because dating apps are speeding up the process of people meeting and having sex, health officials have warned.

Jun 09 10:01

Lava Damages Puna Geothermal Venture Power Plant

Ormat Technologies Inc. provided an update on its Puna Geothermal Venture power plant on May 30, 2018.

Due to the approaching lava, the substation of the Puna complex and an adjacent warehouse that stored a drilling rig burned.

Both items are expected to be covered by the company’s insurance policies.

Ormat has property and business interruption insurance policies that include insurance coverage in a combined amount of up to $100 million in the event of volcanic eruptions and earthquake.

Jun 09 09:52

Vet With 2 Double-Lung Transplants Pushes Congress to Act on Burn Pits

"You smelled it every day, and then you'd get these dust storms that just pushed it all around," former Army Staff Sgt. William Thompson said of the fumes and clouds of muck that came off the big burn pit at Camp Victory and other U.S. bases in Iraq.

Thompson has had two double-lung transplants since returning from two tours in Iraq. He attributes them to his exposure to the toxic brew of medical waste, human waste, plastics, tires, electronics, paint cans, routine garbage and the occasional entire Humvee that would be laced with jet fuel and set ablaze at hundreds of sites in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The group has pressed for burn pit exposure to be recognized as a "presumptive" illness, much like Agent Orange, to give veterans access to care and benefits, but the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense maintain that there is no proof of correlation or causality.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Please show this article to any thinking about enlisting in the US military, other than those on a fast track toward leadership; enlistees need to understand how completely expendable they are to the DOD, once they have signed up, and if they get ill in performance of their service.

Jun 09 08:57


This article was produced in partnership with the Santa Fe New Mexican, which is a member of the ProPublica Local Reporting Network.

Despite a lengthy record of safety violations, the University of California will continue its 75-year legacy of running Los Alamos National Laboratory, the U.S. Department of Energy and National Nuclear Security Administration announced Friday.

A management partnership that includes the university, research and development nonprofit Battelle Memorial Institute and Texas A&M University, the alma mater of Energy Secretary Rick Perry, will be paid $2.5 billion annually to run Los Alamos, the birthplace of the atomic bomb. They’re calling their partnership Triad National Security LLC.

The contract could be worth upward of $25 billion over the next decade, with hundreds of millions of dollars more in performance-based bonus fees. Six other corporations will join the team in support roles.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks like being cavalier with issues of health and safety, just goes with the territory at Los Alamos.

Jun 09 08:56

Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Eruption Revealed Big Crater, Scientist Rush In To Study

Jun 09 08:53

Dramatic rise in suicides is "more than a mental health issue," CDC says

Just days after the tragic death of fashion icon Kate Spade, which the medical examiner confirmed Thursday was a suicide, new government research sheds light on a disturbing increase in suicides in the United States. The report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that suicide rates have risen dramatically across most of the country in the past three decades.

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. and is one of just three leading causes that are on the rise.

"Unfortunately, our data show that the problem is getting worse," CDC Principal Deputy Director Anne Schuchat, M.D., said in a press briefing on Thursday.

According to the study, the rate of suicide in the U.S. rose nearly 30 percent between 1999 and 2016.

Jun 09 08:19


The pungent, salty air that emerged over South Bay communities last February was not a familiar whiff of wrack decomposing on our favorite beaches. In fact, it was the estimated 143 million gallons of raw sewage that raced down the rugged canyons of Tijuana, funneling directly through the mouth of the Tijuana River into the Pacific Ocean. Beachgoers, visitors, and residents of San Diego County have suffered the devastating effects of these spills for decades—yet little has been done to remedy the origins.

The perpetual disaster has direct, negative consequences on our local economy, tourism, marine life and growing public health concerns for residents of San Diego County. A problem that has remained dormant for many years has come into the spotlight in recent months due to the direct effect it is having on U.S. Border Patrol agents and, consequently, our national security.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This cannot be allowed to continue; both Mexico and the US have to work together toward remediation of the situation, and soon!!

Jun 08 15:28

New Zealand Labour Government’s Budget Fails To Address Health Crisis

The Labour-led government’s 2018 budget, released May 17, is a woefully inadequate answer to New Zealand’s desperate healthcare situation. Patients across the country are suffering because successive Labour and National Party governments have starved the country’s healthcare system of funds for decades.

Last month 27,000 nurses in public hospitals voted in favour of a nationwide strike in July. There is widespread anger among nurses, healthcare assistants and hospital midwives over entrenched low pay, long hours and dangerous under-staffing.

Jun 08 13:52

Suicide Rates Soar Across The US – Report

Suicide rates are rising in the US, according to new figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with 50 percent of states experiencing an increase of more than 30 percent.

Jun 08 12:21

No way to know when Hawaii eruption will end, scientists say

Lava from the Kilauea volcano that flowed into Kapoho Bay has created nearly a mile of new land. Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey said Thursday the flow is still very active, and there's no way to know when the eruption will end or if more lava-spewing vents will open.

The fast-moving lava poured into the low-laying coastal Hawaii neighborhoods in just two days this week, destroying hundreds of homes.

"Lava continues to enter the ocean along a broad front in Kapoho Bay and the Vacationland area and it continues to creep north of what remains of Kapoho Beach Lots," said USGS geologist Janet Babb.

As the lava marched toward the bay, it vaporized Hawaii's largest freshwater lake, which was hundreds of feet deep in some places. The new land in Kapoho Bay is now owned by the state, but the peninsula won't look like the farmland that dominates that region of the Big Island anytime soon.

Jun 08 11:09

Will the Extinction of Bees Really Mean the End of Humanity?

We’ve known for years that bee populations all across North America and Europe are collapsing at an alarming rate.

This is a huge threat to our food supply.

Jun 08 11:08

5 Fake Science Sources and How They Could Lead to Your Harm

Through a lack of education many continue to be deceived into believing the corporate/banker sponsored fake science. The spin is made by paid off crooked scientific establishments, phony front men and tightly controlled mainstream media outlets for the ulterior motives, control and profit.

Jun 08 11:07

The Surprising Truth About Food and Flavor

Flavor technology makes it possible to cover up the nutritional deterioration of our food supply.

Jun 08 10:14

Trump's Justice Department Affirms ObamaCare is Unconstitutional

In a letter to House Speaker Ryan, Attorney General Jeff Sessions affirmed that the Justice Dept will no longer defend the constitutionality of Obamacare.

Sessions writes that the DoJ believes the law's individual mandate - the provision the Supreme Court upheld in 2012 - has become unconstitutional.

Notably, the three-page letter begins by saying that Justice adopted its position "with the approval of the President of the United States."

Specifically, Sessions writes that the mandate cannot be interpreted as a tax “because it will raise no revenue as Congress has eliminated the monetary penalty,” the department said in a brief filed in the Federal District Court in Fort Worth.

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Jun 08 09:58

A Mini Fusion Reactor Reached Temperatures Hotter Than The Sun

A private company in the United Kingdom says it has successfully tested its prototype nuclear fusion reactor at temperatures that are hotter than the Sun. The company hopes to use the nuclear fusion reactor to start supplying energy in 2030.

Over the past few years, there have been a number of nuclear fusion breakthroughs, with different teams sustaining hydrogen and helium plasmas for varying amounts of time. We’re still a way off useful nuclear fusion reactors, but it seems we’re taking steps in the right direction.

“We are taking significant steps towards achieving fusion energy, doing so with the agility of a private venture, driven by the goal of achieving something that will have huge benefits worldwide,” Jonathan Carling, the CEO of the company, said in an emailed statement.

Jun 08 09:41

News Alert: Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Has Likely Now Destroyed 600 Houses (TTM)

Jun 08 09:35

30 Days Of Terror! Eyewitness To History! Hawaii Documentary! 2018

Jun 08 09:33

Hawaii Volcano Eruption Update - Thursday Afternoon (June 7, 2018)

Jun 08 09:22

NASA delays JWST launch to 2020

Jun 08 09:00

5G Cancer Causing Orwellian Nightmare

My talk with Mark Steele, technology officer, who explains the 5G wireless nightmare sweeping across the UK and the planet, forcing its way into every home and every street, literally enslaving humanity and microwaving peoples minds and bodies.

Jun 08 08:58

Hawaii Volcano Alert: US Air Force Called in to Bomb and Stop Lava Flow?

Volcano bombing was first attempted in December 1935 when the US AIr Force dropped two 600lb bombs on a lava channel on Huawei’s Mount Loa to divert the flow heading towards Hilo. via Express

Red alert warnings have been issued meaning a major volcanic eruption is imminent. Here’s what we know so far. Kilauea is the biggest and most active of the island’s five volcanoes and is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Located on the southern shore of Hawaii’s “Big Island” Kilauea has been erupting consistently since 1983 after a period of being dormant.

Jun 08 08:45

Monsanto challenges Indian court’s decision that undermines its GMO cotton monopoly

In something of a compromise gesture, the justices gave Monsanto a three-month window to register the Bt seed varieties under the Plant Varieties Act (PVA), which would still allow the company to collect a trait fee but lose control of the plant's genetic material. The ruling would also allow Indian farmers to use Monsanto’s know-how for future research and development of the cotton industry.

Refusing to accept the new arrangement, Monsanto appealed the court’s decision, Reuters reported on Friday. NSL, meanwhile, announced that it will uphold the court's decision.

“In the Supreme Court, we'll maintain our stand that agricultural products, including seeds, cannot be patented in India,” said Narne Murali Krishna, a company secretary for NSL. “The judgment of the Delhi High Court has already vindicated our stand.”