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Apr 09 12:20

The Happy-Go-Lucky Jewish Group That Connects Trump and Putin

Chabad wants to bring about Armageddon.

Chabad of Port Washington, a Jewish community center on Long Island’s Manhasset Bay, sits in a squat brick edifice across from a Shell gas station and a strip mall. The center is an unexceptional building on an unexceptional street, save for one thing: Some of the shortest routes between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin run straight through it.

Apr 09 12:15

Chabad-Lubavitch, Vladimir Putin and the globalist End Times script (+ a message to the non-Cabalist Jews)

It’s also important to note that when Putin came to power, he brought Chabad-Lubavitch into power with him. Together with the Cabalist oligarchs, they pushed aside the existing Jewish community so Chabad could reign supreme in Russia. Here is an account of how that happened from The Piratization of Russia: Russian Reform Goes Awry, by Marshall L. Goldman…

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Apr 09 10:57

CRISPR’D FOOD, COMING SOON TO A SUPERMARKET NEAR YOU

For years now, the US Department of Agriculture has been flirting with the latest and greatest DNA manipulation technologies. Since 2016, it has given free passes to at least a dozen gene-edited crops, ruling that they fall outside its regulatory purview. But on Wednesday, March 28, the agency made its relationship status official; effective immediately, certain gene-edited plants can be designed, cultivated, and sold free from regulation. “With this approach, USDA seeks to allow innovation when there is no risk present,” US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said in a statement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Editing plant DNA is playing with the building blocks of life, without any real testing, or knowing what negative effect this food may have on the people who consume it.

I am going to bring this article to the manager of produce at both stores from which Mike and I buy our fruits and veggies, and tell them if what they are offering me is not organic, I will not buy it, thank you very much.

That is something we all need to do.

Apr 09 10:53

GUT MICROBES ARE VULNERABLE TO WIDE RANGE OF DRUGS

Anti-inflammatories, antipsychotics and cancer drugs are among a host of medications that might inadvertently slow the growth of gut bacteria.

Many antibiotics can upset digestion, but it has not been clear to what extent other types of drug affect the gut’s bacterial balance.

Athanasios Typas at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany, and his colleagues tested the effect of 835 non-antibiotic drugs on 40 common gut bacteria. Roughly one-quarter of the drugs restrained the growth of at least one bacterium, and nearly 5% affected at least ten. The authors also found that patients taking these non-antibiotics often have side effects similar to those reported for antibiotics.

The menagerie of microbes living in the gut is essential to human health. Identifying the drugs that affect specific gut bacteria could help efforts to develop new drugs and reduce the side effects of existing drugs, the authors say.

Apr 09 10:35

Parallels Between The Civil Rights Movement And Denials Of Self-Determination Regarding Vaccines

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Just as blacks were physically, emotionally and legally abused, so does the administration of toxic vaccines mandate what amounts to assault and battery for those who do not want to partake of toxic vaccinations for themselves and/or their children, or are legally prosecuted, especially when their right to self-determination is stipulated as a civil and political right...

Apr 09 09:14

Many People Taking Antidepressants Discover They Cannot Quit

Victoria Toline would hunch over the kitchen table, steady her hands and draw a bead of liquid from a vial with a small dropper. It was a delicate operation that had become a daily routine — extracting ever tinier doses of the antidepressant she had taken for three years, on and off, and was desperately trying to quit.

“Basically that’s all I have been doing — dealing with the dizziness, the confusion, the fatigue, all the symptoms of withdrawal,” said Ms. Toline, 27, of Tacoma, Wash. It took nine months to wean herself from the drug, Zoloft, by taking increasingly smaller doses.

“I couldn’t finish my college degree,” she said. “Only now am I feeling well enough to try to re-enter society and go back to work.”

Apr 09 09:10

CRISPR’D FOOD, COMING SOON TO A SUPERMARKET NEAR YOU

FOR YEARS NOW, the US Department of Agriculture has been flirting with the latest and greatest DNA manipulation technologies. Since 2016, it has given free passes to at least a dozen gene-edited crops, ruling that they fall outside its regulatory purview. But on Wednesday, March 28, the agency made its relationship status official; effective immediately, certain gene-edited plants can be designed, cultivated, and sold free from regulation. “With this approach, USDA seeks to allow innovation when there is no risk present,” US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said in a statement.

Apr 09 08:39

Hybrid swarm of ‘mega-pests’ threatens crops worldwide, warn scientists

A pair of major agricultural pests have combined to produce a “mega-pest” that could threaten crops around the world.

Losses from the original pest species, cotton bollworms and corn earworms, already amounts to billions of dollars worth of food.

But a hybrid of the two, shows signs of rapidly developing resistance to pesticides and it scientists fear it could cross international boundaries undetected, wiping out all the crops it comes across.

Apr 08 15:12

FAKE NEWS #AntiSchool

1:40 in. Do not hurt yourselves.

The media is owned by 6 corporations.
We need to break the conditioning.
They want you weak, divided, controlled.
Think for yourself.

Apr 08 09:34

UNR student with measles linked to 6 confirmed cases in Bay Area and one traveler to Europe

Both the California Department of Public Health and the Washoe County Health District have opened investigations following findings that a UNR student who was vaccinated against the measles got the disease anyway.

Apr 08 08:36

Bombshell: All tested vaccines reveal toxic substances linked to autoimmune disease

According to the National Institutes of Health, up to 23.5 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease – and the number is increasing steadily. Unfortunately, Western medicine continues to ignore the impact of vaccines on this growing health crisis.

In addition, rates of cancer, diabetes, autism and other neurodevelopmental diseases continue to soar – a disease (and disability) epidemic that has researchers baffled. Yet, many integrative healthcare providers have warned the general public that vaccines – already known to contain neurotoxic metals like, lead and chromium – are a fundamental trigger for these so-called ‘mysterious’ health issues.

Now, a pair of Italian scientists are reporting unsafe levels of contaminants in human vaccines, further raising the concern over these negative (and avoidable) health outcomes.

Apr 08 07:55

Trump Slams Putin, Iran for Backing "Animal Assad" Amid Chemical Attack Claims

One of President Donald Trump's top homeland security advisers has said that the US will not rule out launching a missile attack in response to news reports about a chemical attack on a rebel-held town in Eastern Ghouta, Syria.

"If President Obama had crossed his stated Red Line In The Sand, the Syrian disaster would have ended long ago! Animal Assad would have been history!" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter.

Apr 08 07:22

Moscow Warns Against Foreign Attack in Syrian Areas Where Russian Troops Located

Trump has already threatened Vladimir Putin personally. Madness!

"Hoaxes on attacks using chlorine or other poisonous substances by Syrian government forces are continuing to emerge. Another such hoax that has supposedly taken place is the alleged chemical attack in Douma yesterday. At the same time, references have been made to the notorious NGO "White Helmets," which has been repeatedly caught acting with terrorists, as well as other so-called humanitarian organizations based in the United Kingdom and the United States," the ministry said in a statement.

The ministry went on to say that it had repeatedly warned about possible provocations involving the use of chemical weapons in Syria. Their major aim is to accuse Syrian government forces of chemical weapons use and justify possible military intervention in Syria from abroad, according to the ministry's statement.

Apr 08 07:08

Trump threatens "Animal Assad," Putin over alleged chemical attack in Syria

You all ready for WW3. Israeli loving neocon stooge!

Last Updated Apr 8, 2018 9:58 AM EDT

President Trump has responded to reports of a suspected chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma, blaming Syrian President Bashar Assad and his international allies for the apparent attack that left dozens dead and hundreds injured. In some of his most critical comments directed at Russian President Vladimir Putin to date, Mr. Trump threatened that there's a "big price ... to pay" for those backing the Assad regime.

Many dead, including women and children, in mindless CHEMICAL attack in Syria. Area of atrocity is in lockdown and encircled by Syrian Army, making it completely inaccessible to outside world. President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad. Big price...

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 8, 2018

Apr 08 06:36

Police soon to wear facial recognition capable body cameras

In the near future police will wear body cameras capable of ‘facial recognition’ to assist officers in searches for persons of interest.

Apr 08 06:34

U.S. military invests in ‘doomsday genetics’ technology

Amid United Nations fears that genetic extinction technology could be used by militaries, a United States military agency has invested $100 million in the doomsday biological technology that can wipe out an entire species.

Apr 07 17:20

Dying man, 53, is resuscitated 18 hours after his heart stopped because he suffered hypothermia which helped protect his vital organs

A patient survived despite his heart stopping for 18 hours, it was reported last night.

The Frenchman, who was not named, avoided death only because his heart attack happened outside and he suffered hypothermia, which caused his body temperature to plummet.

‘The medical team was stupefied,’ said Jonathan Charbit, in charge of the intensive care unit at Montpellier University Hospital in southern France. The Times reported the 53-year-old was resuscitated after being found unconscious by a river, and was not brain damaged.

Apr 07 10:53

DRUG MAKER WILL SOON HOLD PATENT ON THC, CBD AS CANCER CURES

GW Pharmaceuticals, a drug company that specializes in cannabis-based pharmaceuticals, has received early approval on a patent covering the use of marijuana chemicals for treating brain cancer.

Apr 07 08:58

How Mind-Body Approaches Reduce Blood Pressure Better Than Medication

By Josh Richardson

Decades of research continue to unravel the relaxation response -– the physiological and psychological opposite of the well-known fight-or-flight stress response that can be achieved through relaxation techniques like yoga or mediation –- can reduce blood pressure in people with hypertension...

Apr 07 08:23

INDIA'S BIG BROTHER: FINGERPRINT AND EYE SCANS REQUIRED FOR FOOD AND MEDICINE

Seeking to build an identification system of unprecedented scope, India is scanning the fingerprints, eyes and faces of its 1.3 billion residents and connecting the data to everything from welfare benefits to mobile phones. Civil libertarians are horrified, viewing the program, called Aadhaar, as Orwell’s Big Brother brought to life. To the government, it’s more like “big brother,” a term of endearment used by many Indians to address a stranger when asking for help.

Apr 07 07:08

Hawaii becomes 7th state to legalize medically assisted suicide so patients can 'die with dignity'

Hawaii has become the seventh state to legalize medically assisted suicide, a topic that has been deeply divisive in the medical community.

The practice that has come to be known as 'dying with dignity' involves prescribing life-ending medication to terminally ill patients.

Supporters say it's a compassionate choice to prevent suffering and critics say it's immoral and goes against the Hippocratic Oath which states: 'I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan.'

Physician-assisted suicide is becoming increasingly common around the world and several other states including Massachusetts and Alaska have been considering its legalization.

Apr 07 06:15

A month's worth of rain will lash California this weekend after storms close Yosemite Park and threaten rebuilt dam which collapsed last year

An entire month's worth of rain is expected to hit the state of California hard this weekend, with Friday's storm already having caused the closure of a national park, large-scale flight cancellations and the threat of wine country mudslides.

The incoming storm could also present the first test of a partially repaired offshoot of the nation's tallest dam that nearly collapsed last year.

Apr 07 05:48

New Jersey investment banker wins $40 MILLION from Johnson & Johnson after jury backs his claim that baby powder gave him CANCER

A man who claims baby powder gave him cancer has been awarded $30 million in damages.

Stephen Lanzo, 46, sued Johnson & Johnson and one of its suppliers after Stephen was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2016 that he says was caused by the talcum powder products he's used for more than 30 years.

The suit brought by Lanzo and his wife Kendra claims that the company knew the products were contaminated with carcinogenic asbestos but did nothing to warn the public.

A jury awarded $30 million to the banker from Verona, New Jersey, and $7 million to his wife.

Apr 06 19:19

Mental decline in old age is NOT inevitable: Elderly adults grow just as many new brain cells as 20-year-olds, study claims

Elderly people grow just as many new brain cells as youngsters, according to a new study.

Researchers at Columbia University have shown for the first time that healthy men and women as old as 79 can generate just as many new brain cells as someone aged 14 can.

Apr 06 13:09

Psych Drugs and Guns Don’t Mix

The most infamous of those psychiatric drug-induced criminal behaviors happens to be the uniquely American epidemic of mass school shootings, of which the Parkland, Florida shooting is just one of the most recent ones. Not usually so well-publicized are the many acts of asocial behaviors, poor judgments (or actual crimes) which includes such actions as impulsive thefts, inappropriate sexual conduct, physical assaults, homicidal thinking, suicidality, drug-induced psychotic episodes, drug-induced mania, drug-induced OCD symptoms, drug-induced anxiety or depression, drug-induced, crazy-making sleep-deprivation, etc.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Just check out the following website, if you want find out just the extent of damage these drugs can cause:

www.ssristories.com

Apr 06 11:32

Welcome to Brussels - one of Europe's most polluted cities

It's the de-facto capital of Europe, but also one of the most polluted cities in Europe. Brussels' unenviable pollution record is down, in part, to a high percentage of diesel cars on its roads.

People who live in the city are trying to help themselves.

Armed with an app and detection device, one group is taking to the streets to measure the quality of the city's air.

"People who live here in Brussels near the main roads, when they have children between two and five years-old will experience more bronchiolitis, a chronic irritation of bronchitis," said Lieving Chemin from the 'BRAL' association.

"Children under six years who grow up in the city will be more likely to develop asthma and a lung disability that will stay a long time."

Over 600 premature deaths

Apr 06 09:49

Pentagon Admits 60,000 Black Soldiers Used in Human Experiment

The U.S. Government used Black soldiers as human guinea pigs in chemical experiments during World War II, according to a new NPR report.

Around 60,000 U.S. soldiers were enlisted in a classified chemical weapons testing program in which soldiers were enclosed in gas chambers and exposed to chemicals.

“They said we were being tested to see what effect these gases would have on Black skins,” Rollins Edwards, a U.S. Army soldier during World War II told NPR.

“You had no choice. You did not know where you were going. They didn’t tell you anything,” Edwards added.

Edwards testimony in the NPR investigative report helped reveal that the experiments carried out by the U.S. Defense Department were conducted on the basis of race.

Apr 06 09:01

Police: Missing CDC worker drowned; no sign of foul play

An employee for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who was reported missing more than seven weeks ago was found drowned in a river not far from his house, with no sign of foul play, authorities said Thursday.

Timothy Cunningham’s body was found Tuesday partially submerged in water and mud on the west bank of the Chattahoochee River in northwest Atlanta, fire-rescue department spokesman Sgt. Cortez Stafford said at a news conference. Stafford said that rescue crews had to use boats and special equipment to reach Cunningham’s body because it was located in difficult terrain in a “remote area not easily accessible.”

Fulton County Chief Medical Examiner Jan Gorniak determined the cause of death. “Since the investigation is ongoing, we do not have … whether it was an accident, a suicide, or anything other than that” Cunningham drowned, Gorniak said.

Gorniak said the decomposing body was positively identified using dental records.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No sign of foul play?

Cunningham left the CDC early on February 12, complaining of ill health. In theory, he went directly home. So how does he wind up in a river? Did he decide to go for a swim in February?

Cunningham's keys, wallet, cell phone and car were at his home.

And why did Cunningham tell his neighbor that his wife should delete Cunningham's phone number from her cell phone?

Apr 06 08:19

ANGRY CROWD SHOUTS DOWN NJ LAWMAKERS OVER VACCINE VOTE (VIDEO)

An Assembly panel Thursday advanced legislation that would make it tougher to obtain a religious exemption from mandatory immunizations, despite opposition from more than 300 people who were vociferously angry when it passed.

The bill, A3818, would require students, or their parents or guardians if they’re minors, to submit a notarized document explaining how getting a vaccine conflicts with their bona fide religious tenets or practices. General philosophical or moral objections wouldn’t suffice.

Hilary Bilkis, of Rockaway, said it’s shocking that her rights to practice her religion and faith are in jeopardy two generations after her grandparents fled Europe to avoid persecution for being Jewish.

Apr 05 16:08

Fugu: The fish more poisonous than cyanide

The Japanese delicacy fugu, or blowfish, is so poisonous that the smallest mistake in its preparation could be fatal.

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Kunio Miura always uses his special knives to prepare fugu - wooden-handled with blades tempered by a swordsmith to a keen edge. Before he starts work in his kitchen they are brought to him by an assistant, carefully stored in a special box.

Miura-san, as he is respectfully known, has been cutting up blowfish for 60 years but still approaches the task with caution. A single mistake could mean death for a customer.

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Tetrodotoxin poisoning has been described as "rapid and violent", first a numbness around the mouth, then paralysis, finally death. The unfortunate diner remains conscious to the end. There is no antidote.

"This would be enough to kill you," Miura-san says, slicing off a tiny sliver of fugu ovary and holding it up.

Apr 05 14:46

HUMANS EAT MORE THAN 100 PLASTIC FIBERS WITH EACH MEAL

The proliferation of microplastics in the ocean has led to concerns that they might work their way up the food chain to us.

Apr 05 09:35

Nazi Chemical Weapons Freely Leaking in Baltics, Prompting Panic Alarm

Several decades after tons upon tons of Nazi chemical weapons including mustard gas, arsenic bombs and a host of other toxins were dumped into the sea, the casings have eroded and the chemicals are now leaking freely, poisoning fish and various aquatic organisms.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We have a similar problem here in Hawaii. After WW2, the US dumped their unused munitions and chemical weapons into the oceans near here.

Apr 05 09:30

Vesuvius ERUPTION WARNING: Europe's supervolcano threatening - 'it's BOILING!'

Research shows that a bubbling mass of magma “like a boiling pot of soup” is building beneath the Campi Flegrei volcano, western Naples - after decades of inactivity.

The 24 crater, 90 square mile supervolcano is more “dangerous” than before.

The last major eruption at the site was in 1538, after which magma exploded into the sky for several days.

Scientists believe a stream of liquid magma that is just a few miles from Mount Vesuvius has been bubbling at Campi Flegrei since the 1980s.

Apr 05 07:52

Lies Are Washington’s Chosen Path To Dominance

What should Putin make of Trump’s invitation to come to Washington to discuss the arms race?

My advice to Putin is not to accept. It is too risky for Putin to put himself in Washington’s hands where he could be arrested on any number of false charges for which he is already set up in the Western media.

Apr 05 07:16

Japanese researchers create mind-reading A.I. that can transcribe a person’s thoughts

By now, you probably already know that artificial intelligence (AI) technology is developing at a remarkably fast rate. It has been the subject of many essays and news articles that are mainly about an oncoming robot takeover, which could mean trouble for many humans in the world today.

Apr 04 18:24

A Therapist Explains What Happens When People Try to Quit Psychiatric Meds

Trying to kick psychiatric medications is one of those rarely discussed problems with the modern psychiatric business.

Apr 04 13:00

SpaceX reaches the promised land of launching every two weeks

SpaceX has long talked a good game about increasing its launch cadence, but the company now appears to be delivering in a big way. After two launches in four days, the California-based company has now flown seven rockets in 2018—six Falcon 9 missions and one Falcon Heavy. That breaks down to one launch every 13 days this year.

This is a significant number because it brings the company within its longstanding goal of launching a rocket every two weeks. Indeed, at this pace, SpaceX will launch a total of 27 rockets in 2018, which is consistent with expectations set by the company's president and chief operating officer, Gwynne Shotwell.

Apr 04 11:24

MICHIGAN OKS NESTLÉ WATER EXTRACTION, DESPITE 80K+ PUBLIC COMMENTS AGAINST IT

In a much-watched case, a Michigan agency has approved Nestlé's plan to boost the amount of water it takes from the state. The request attracted a record number of public comments — with 80,945 against and 75 in favor. Nestlé's request to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to pump 576,000 gallons of water each day from the White Pine Springs well in the Great Lakes Basin was "highly controversial," member station Michigan Radio reports. But despite deep public opposition, the agency concluded that the company's plan met with legal standards.

Apr 04 11:14

SCIBABE SAYS EAT YOUR PESTICIDES BUT WHO IS PAYING HER?

SciBabe has been a featured speaker at various chemical and food industry sponsored events such as the 2017 Atlantic Farm Women conference sponsored by CropLife and Monsanto, and the 2015 Suppliers Showcase where her talk was sponsored by DuPont. In interviews, she frequently cites her former job in a pesticide lab as the basis for her knowledge about pesticide safety.

Apr 04 11:08

ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT "NIGHTMARE" BACTERIA ARE SPREADING ACROSS THE US

A new breed of “nightmare” bacteria resists pretty much all of our antibiotics – and it’s rapidly spreading across the US. The bacteria – called carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) – is different from your run-of-the-mill antibiotic-resistant bacteria because it is incredibly deadly, with 50 perfect of infected patients dying. Not only that, but it is spreading like “wildfire” with over 200 cases identified in 27 states.

Apr 04 10:12

SpaceX Cargo Capsule Arrives at Space Station with Tons of Supplies

A SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule carrying nearly 3 tons of supplies and science gear has arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) after a two-day orbital chase.

Astronauts aboard the ISS snagged the uncrewed Dragon today (April 4) at 6:40 a.m. EDT (1040 GMT) using the orbiting lab's huge Canadarm2 robotic arm. The cargo vehicle had launched Monday afternoon (April 2) aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, on a contracted mission for NASA.

That liftoff initiated the second mission for both the rocket's first stage and the Dragon. The booster helped launch another SpaceX cargo mission in August 2017, and this same capsule previously visited the ISS in April 2016. Such reuse is part of SpaceX's plan to slash the cost of spaceflight, thereby opening the heavens to exploration.

Apr 03 16:03

It’s Not My Fault, My Brain Implant Made Me Do It

By Laura Y. Cabrera, Michigan State University and Jennifer Carter-Johnson, Michigan State University

Mr. B loves Johnny Cash, except when he doesn’t. Mr. X has watched his doctors morph into Italian chefs right before his eyes.

The link between the two? Both Mr. B and Mr. X received deep brain stimulation (DBS), a procedure involving an implant that sends electric impulses to specific targets in the brain to alter neural activity. While brain implants aim to treat neural dysfunction, cases like these demonstrate that they may influence an individual’s perception of the world and behavior in undesired ways.

Mr. B received DBS as treatment for his severe obsessive compulsive disorder. He’d never been a music lover until, under DBS, he developed a distinct and entirely new music preference for Johnny Cash. When the device was turned off, the preference disappeared...

Apr 03 09:54

Time To Expose MD Julie Gerberding, Former CDC Director, For Her Role In CDC’s Vaccine Fraud

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Dr. Julie Gerberding, MD, was CDC’s Director until she resigned and then ‘advanced’ on to the job of Merck & Company’s Vaccine Division PRESIDENT, proving the “revolving door culture” that exists between Big Pharma and federal health agencies, especially FDA and the CDC... A protest is scheduled...

Apr 03 09:41

Is The CDC Scheming For Another Autism Scandal Or Cover-up?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

There’s an old adage that states, “Figures don’t lie, but liars figure.” Well, it seems the CDC is having trouble figuring out the latest statistics regarding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and has put off its latest stats report, which was to have been released March 30, 2018...

Apr 03 08:33

The Future Ain't What It Used To Be

This marks our our 10th year of doing this. And by “this”, we mean using data, logic and reason to support the very basic conclusion that infinite growth on a finite planet is impossible.

Surprisingly, this simple, rational idea -- despite its huge and fast-growing pile of corroborating evidence -- still encounters tremendous pushback from society. Why? Because it runs afoul of most people's deep-seated belief systems.

Our decade of experience delivering this message has hammered home what behavioral scientists have been telling us for years -- that, with rare exceptions, we humans are not rational. We're rationalizers. We try to force our perception of reality to fit our beliefs; rather than the other way around.

Apr 03 08:32

Crack In East African Rift: Continent Is ‘Splitting In Two’

A large crack, spanning several kilometers, made a sudden appearance recently in south-western Kenya. The tear, which is continuing to grow, is evidence to scientists that the continent is “splitting in two.”

The huge crack caused part of the Nairobi-Narok highway to collapse recently and was accompanied by seismic activity in the area. The East African Rift Valley stretches over 3,000 kilometers from the Gulf of Aden in the north towards Zimbabwe in the south, splitting the African plate into two unequal parts: the Somali and Nubian plates. Activity along the eastern branch of the rift valley, running along Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania, became evident when the large crack suddenly appeared in south-western Kenya.

Apr 03 08:23

Insurrection Act

Trump has the power to build the wall and to end sanctuary status in various States,but he wont use his power. Read section 2 also.

(1) The President may employ the armed forces, including the National Guard in Federal service, to--
(A) restore public order and enforce the laws of the United States when, as a result of a natural disaster, epidemic, or other serious public health emergency, terrorist attack or incident, or other condition in any State or possession of the United States, the President determines that--
(i) domestic violence has occurred to such an extent that the constituted authorities of the State or possession are incapable of maintaining public order; and
(ii) such violence results in a condition described in paragraph (2); or
(B) suppress, in a State, any insurrection, domestic violence, unlawful combination, or conspiracy if such insurrection, violation, combination, or conspiracy results in a condition described in paragraph (2).

Apr 02 17:32

Tablets that delay women's periods can be bought for as little as £9.50 without a prescription... but how dangerous are the side-effects?

Norethisterone has been used to treat conditions such as endometriosis (where womb-like tissue grows elsewhere in the body) for more than 25 years, but demand for the drug to delay periods is soaring, to go by the evidence of the growing number of places you can get it.

For while once you had to visit your GP for norethisterone, now it’s available from online pharmacies including Boots, Superdrug and LloydsPharmacy. You fill in your details and have the drug sent to your home for as little as £9.50, without seeing a medical professional.

This concerns experts because the drug has side-effects — including heart palpitations, bloating, tender breasts and nausea, according to the packaging.

Rarely, it can raise the risk of life-threatening deep vein thrombosis, which can result in a stroke or blood clot in the lungs.

Apr 02 16:51

Babies given certain meds may have higher odds for allergies later

Babies who are given antacids or antibiotics during their first 6 months of life may have a sharply higher risk for allergies or asthma, a large new study warns.

Apr 02 15:56

Study Links Glyphosate Herbicide to Shorter Pregnancies

By Derrick Broze

A new small study found that 90 percent of pregnant women in an Indiana town had a widely used herbicide in their urine, and women with higher concentrations were associated with early deliveries...

Apr 02 15:37

Opioids prescribed less in states where medical marijuana legal, studies find

Geoff Sessions:-"Marijuana is a cure for opiate abuse? Give me a break!..... Maybe science will prove I'm wrong.

In one study, researchers at the University of Georgia:
They found prescriptions filled for all opioids decreased by 2.11m daily doses a year when a state legalized medical marijuana, and by 3.7m daily doses a year when marijuana dispensaries opened. Forty-one million Americans use Medicare Part D. The study analyzed data between 2010 and 2015.

America’s overdose crisis has claimed more lives each year since the early 2000s, when powerful opioid painkillers such as Oxycontin were aggressively marketed. In 2016, more than 64,000 people died of an overdose.

Video:Deputy Director of Drug Policy won't admit no one dies from cannabis

Apr 02 15:30

Flashback: Hidden Volcanoes Melt Antarctic Glaciers from Below

Antarctica is a land of ice. But dive below the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, and you'll find fire as well, in the form of subglacial volcanoes.

Now, a new study finds that these subglacial volcanoes and other geothermal "hotspots" are contributing to the melting of Thwaites Glacier, a major river of ice that flows into Antarctica's Pine Island Bay. Areas of the glacier that sit near geologic features thought to be volcanic are melting faster than regions farther away from hotspots, said Dustin Schroeder, the study's lead author and a geophysicist at the University of Texas at Austin.

This melting could significantly affect ice loss in the West Antarctic, an area that is losing ice quickly.

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