Jun 06 12:44


Owen Shroyer presents video footage of Police Officers in Ocala, Florida speaking with the school shooter who openly admits he was in a mental hospital and prescribed medication before his release.

Jun 06 12:00

Big Pharma Meds On Verge Of Collapse

Pharmaceutical antibiotics have caused the emergence of antibiotic-resistant traits in infectious bacteria. Now many of these antibiotics are considered worthless at treating life-threatening infections. As these drugs have become ineffective, the antibiotic supply line has become increasingly vulnerable to shortages.

Jun 06 11:30

The political significance of LSD

“Microdosing” on psychedelic substances like LSD—ingesting just enough to heighten cognitive faculties, enhance creativity, improve concentration and alleviate depression—is currently back in vogue among people not normally associated with anything remotely ‘countercultural’ in the USA.

Jun 06 11:28

Guatemala volcano eruption potentially the biggest in 500 years

THE eruption of Guatemala’s Volcan de Fuego – Volcano of Fire – that has killed 75 people may have been one of the largest in half a millennium, according to a volcanologist.

Around 190 people remain missing after the explosion on June 3 and its aftermath. Rescue efforts were disrupted by a new eruption on Tuesday.

“Fuego is a very active volcano,” said Dr Ralf Gertisser, a Keele University scientist, explaining Fuego has been continuously erupting since at least 2002.

“The population has been used to these previous small eruptions. Everything was largely restricted to the summit of the volcano but this bigger eruption has caught people by surprise.”

Jun 06 11:25

Kilauea Crater Collapses, Covers Conduit, Explosive Eruption Imminent?

Jun 06 11:20

Dramatic Drone Footage Shows Massive Kilauea Crater Collapse, Miles Of Lava Devastation

The number of homes destroyed in Hawaii's Kilauea eruption has jumped to 117 from 87, according to Monday figures released by the Hawaii County Civil Defense. An estimated 20-40 homes were destroyed in Kapoho, while around a dozen people were trapped on the eastern tip of the island after fast-moving lava cut off all access to the rural community, according to spokeswoman Janet Snyder.

Jun 06 11:12

Microplastics May Heat Marine Turtle Nests and Produce More Females

By Mariana Fuentes, Florida State University

Have you ever considered that small pieces of plastic less than 5 millimeters long, or smaller than a pencil eraser head, called microplastics, can affect large marine vertebrates like sea turtles?

My research team first discovered this disturbing fact when we started to quantify the amount and type of microplastic at loggerhead nesting grounds in the northern Gulf of Mexico, between St. Joseph State Park and Alligator Point in Florida...

Jun 06 10:38

What has NASA’s Curiosity rover uncovered on Mars? (POLL)

NASA’s Curiosity Rover has apparently made an exciting discovery on Mars, but the space agency is remaining tight-lipped on the potential bombshell until Thursday, leaving plenty of time for speculation.

New “science results from NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover”will be made public at 2pm EDT on June 7. The big reveal will be broadcast live on NASA TV and will include a panel of experts taking questions during the livestream. The public can submit questions on social media by using #askNASA.

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Jun 06 09:45

Scientists Just Developed NEW Material That Can Regenerate Dental Enamel

Researchers at Queen Mary University of London have developed a new way to grow mineralized materials which could regenerate hard tissues such as dental enamel and bone.

Jun 06 09:18

US police chase stolen armoured vehicle

There were strange scenes in the US state of Virginia on Tuesday night, as police chased a stolen armoured personnel carrier.

Jun 06 09:11

Incredible images show devastating lava flows from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano which wiped out 'hundreds' of houses in just ONE night - including Big Island mayor's home

Aerial images of Hawaii captured the devastating lava flows from the Kilauea volcano which destroyed hundreds of homes in one night, including the Big Island county mayor's second home.

Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim's home was among the at least 159 houses in Kapoho Beach Lots and Vacationland wiped out by lava flows on Monday night.

But Janet Snyder, a spokeswoman for Hawaii County on the Big Island, said they believe the number could be much higher - in the hundreds. The mass destruction in one night more than doubles the 117 confirmed homes that have been destroyed since Hawaii's Kilauea volcano began erupting May 3 - making it the most destructive day since the eruption began.

'Harry had a premonition this was going to happen,' she told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. 'Vacationland is almost totally destroyed.'

Jun 06 09:05

As Bayer Ditches Monsanto's Toxic Name in Merger, Green Groups Say There's No Erasing Its "Toxic Legacy"

"This merger will create the world's biggest and most powerful agribusiness corporation, which will try to force its genetically modified seeds and toxic pesticides into our food and countryside."

Jun 06 08:24

37 Million Bees Found Dead After Planting Large GMO Corn Field

Millions of bees dropped dead after GMO corn was planted few weeks ago in Ontario, Canada. The local bee keeper, Dave Schuit who produces honey in Elmwood lost about 37 million bees which are about 600 hives.

“Once the corn started to get planted our bees died by the millions,” Schuit said.

Jun 06 08:09

Anxiety, Heart Problems, Chest Pains, Cancer From EMR But “No Proof Of Harm”

Despite the mainstream media and the Telecom industry’s claims that there are no connections between cellphones and negative health effects, particularly cancer, the fact is that the manuals...

Jun 05 20:29

FALSE FLAG ALERT: Did the Israeli-owned geothermal plant cause Kilauea’s volcanic eruption after triggering an earthquake swarm?

An analysis of earthquakes in the area around the Salton Sea Geothermal Field in southern California has found a strong correlation between seismic activity and operations for production of geothermal power, which involve pumping water into and out of an underground reservoir.

“We show that the earthquake rate in the Salton Sea tracks a combination of the volume of fluid removed from the ground for power generation and the volume of wastewater injected,” said Emily Brodsky, a geophysicist at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and lead author of the study, published online in Science on July 11.

Jun 05 17:43

Explosive new analysis reveals that farmers are spraying glyphosate on crops right before harvest

You’re going out of your way to seek organic foods, while other people you know might shrug off the potential harm of pesticides. Some people believe that weed killers and other chemicals are used so early in a food’s life cycle that very little remains by the time it makes its way to their plate, and they feel the extra expense isn’t justified. Unfortunately, they couldn’t be more wrong, as new analysis shows that many farmers are in the habit of spraying their crops – even non-GMO varieties – with glyphosate immediately before harvesting.

In fact, researchers have found that more than half of dietary exposure to glyphosate can be traced to preharvest use. That’s because in addition to killing weeds, it can also serve as a drying agent. By applying this toxic chemical to crops three to seven days prior to harvest, farmers can make their yields a lot bigger. It also helps the plants resist mold during storage.

Jun 05 17:04

Study urges warnings for patients on antidepressants

Antidepressants can be addictive, a new study warns.

The study of 1829 New Zealanders who have taken antidepressants found that 55 per cent reported withdrawal symptoms when they stopped taking the drugs, and 27 per cent felt they were "addicted" to their medications.

The authors, University of Auckland psychologists Claire Cartwright and Kerry Gibson and Dr John Read, now of the University of East London in Britain, say doctors prescribing antidepressants should warn patients of the potential addictive effects so that they can consider alternative treatments.

They found that only 1 per cent of patients recalled being told anything about withdrawal symptoms or addiction.

Cartwright conducted in-depth interviews with 50 of the women in the study and found that many tried to stop taking antidepressants but could not.

Jun 05 17:04

What Does Epigenetics Mean for Humanity’s Awakening?

By Derrick Broze

New scientific research is causing scientists to rethink what they believe about the static nature of genes. What do these discoveries mean for a species increasingly facing environmental and political calamity?...

Jun 05 16:33

What has Nasa found on Mars? Space agency to make a major announcement on Thursday about life on the red planet

Nasa will hold a press conference to reveal its latest findings from Mars this week.

Few details have leaked about the mysterious new announcement, which will be streamed online from 7pm BST (2pm EDT) on Thursday 7 June.

Nasa is staying tight-lipped about what it has discovered on the red planet, but it has confirmed the announcement will feature ‘new science results from Nasa's Mars Curiosity rover’.

Jun 05 16:29

Spectacular moment a space rock the size of a CAR hurtles towards a farm in South Africa at 27,738mph before exploding seconds before impact - as NASA says it is only the third asteroid detected on trajectory with Earth

The spinning space rock was captured by two farmers on CCTV as it hurtled down from the heavens leaving a blazing white heat trail in its impressive wake.

It blew up in a huge fireball 30 miles before impact - but was just two seconds away from slamming into the savannah.

Asteroid trackers at NASA quickly determined the rock - which was about 6 feet across - was too small to pose any danger. It burned up in the Saturday evening sky over Botswana, eight hours after first being noticed.

Jun 05 15:31

Scientists Develop Blood Cleansing "Robots"

It’s like something out of a sci-fi movie – tiny robots zipping around through your veins zapping dangerous microbes. Except this isn’t some fictional scenario out of a Star Trek movie. It’s real-life technology thanks to gold.

Jun 05 14:32

Deadly volcano swallows towns in Guatemala

Jun 05 14:18

FOIA Request Reveals FEMA’s Egregious Million Dollar Spending On A Floating Hotel … As Hurricane Victims Suffered

By Aaron Kesel

A FOIA request tipped off to Activist Post revealed a $74.7 million contract with Carnival Corporation, a cruise liner to host aid workers and first responders in the U.S. Virgin Islands on a “floatable hotel” after hurricanes Irma and Maria last year. Meanwhile, reported in the same week, a Harvard study revealed the death toll after hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico was almost 5,000 people.

The company failed to host less than half the workers it agreed to and was paid far more money during the contract than the victims of the storm were given to rebuild their houses...

Jun 05 14:01

Health Canada is Corrupt to the Core

Had mainstream media not agreed to David Rockefeller’s wish for them to remain silent on this issue – some 60 years ago – today’s ‘greatest-crime-ever’ could not be happening! [1] Health Canada’s (HC) stated mandate is: “to help Canadians maintain and improve their health.”

Jun 05 13:59

The Terrible Video Shows Hawaii Volcano Lava Violently Crashes Into Pacific Ocean

Jun 05 11:46

Lava Cuts Off Last Remaining Escape Route for Group of Hawaiians Stranded Without Food or Water

New eruptions from the Kilauea volcano have left some Hawaii residents stranded with no electricity or running water in an area entirely cut off by lava.

Hawaii Civil Defense Service officials said about a dozen people that they know of are stranded in the area, CNN reported. Phone lines and cell towers are also out in the area.

“There’s no way out,” BBC correspondent Kylie Morris told viewers, according to The Express.

“It’s extraordinary. I can see a road, a freeway, down there where there’s just a tiny circle that is still visible and all the rest of it completely covered up by the magma,” said Morris, who was traveling over the isolated area by helicopter.

Jun 05 11:32

High Court backs NHS decision to stop funding homeopathy

A decision to stop NHS funding for homeopathy has been upheld by a High Court judge.

The British Homeopathic Association (BHA) brought a legal challenge against NHS England's decision, made in November last year, to stop paying the £92,000 annual cost of homeopathic remedies.

But, following a four-day hearing in London in May, Mr Justice Supperstone dismissed the BHA's case in a ruling on Tuesday.

Jun 05 10:44

Big Pharma System On Verge Of Collapse

Pharmaceutical antibiotics have caused the emergence of antibiotic-resistant traits in infectious bacteria. Now many of these antibiotics are considered worthless at treating life-threatening infections.

Jun 05 10:34

9,900 earthquakes unleashed on Hawaii Island in the last 30 days

From earthquakes to seeping lava, Hawaii's Big Island has seen plenty from nature since the first eruptions of Kilauea volcano.

And the lava keeps spewing, swallowing homes and igniting fears of more destruction to come.

Here's what the disaster looks like, by the numbers:

Jun 05 10:32

What Has NASA's Curiosity Found on Mars? We'll Find Out Thursday

NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has apparently found something intriguing on Mars, and the space agency will unveil the discovery Thursday (June 7).

The space agency revealed few details about what will be announced Thursday, but the "live discussion" will feature "new science results from NASA's Mars Curiosity rover," according to a NASA announcement. Why all the secrecy? "The results are embargoed by the journal Science until then," NASA wrote in the statement.

Jun 05 10:32

Hawaii volcano destruction toll now at 117 homes

Lava from Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano has destroyed more than 100 homes in a rural Big Island district.

As of Monday, lava burned down 117 homes, said Hawaii County spokeswoman Janet Snyder. On Friday, the count was at 87 homes. Officials had previously been updating the number of structures burned because it was difficult to tell from aerial surveys which were homes or other buildings. Snyder said from now on, the county will provide counts of homes destroyed.

She didn't have an estimate for how many other homes are threatened.

Jun 05 10:08


Eight days after 9/11, former EPA administrator Christine Whitman told New Yorkers that the dust-filled air that filled New York City’s skies was safe to breathe. We now know how shockingly false this declaration of safety was.
In fact, more people may have died from healthcare complications resulting from breathing in toxic debris than people who died in the 9/11 attacks nearly 17 years ago. According to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), more than 500,000 people are battling cancer and other diseases linked to the toxins that poured into the air following the attacks. Of the 500,000 exposed, NIOSH estimates 35,000 will develop cancer at a rate 21 percent higher than the general population.

And unless Congress acts, these victims won’t get compensation for years of injury and irreparable damage endured from prolonged exposure to these toxins.

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What Whitman did was criminal; but then, of course, she was working for that unholy, criminal trinity of Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld, so felt any statement to get first respondeers to immediately respond, even though it was an horrendous, outright lie, was perfectly legimimate. Now, people are suffering and dying because of this.

Congress, thinking Americans are watching what you do here; these people are NOT expendable; their courageous work should be honored with the best medical care this country can provide. Unlike former Vice-President Cheney, who, mysteriously, wound up at the top of the charts for a heart translplant (which was amazing, because, come on, now, who new he even had one?!?) they have earned it.

Jun 05 10:06

Medical Marijuana, Harry Anslinger and the Legal Challenge

By Susan Boskey

Who wants to be branded a pot head in our drug-test economy? Not anyone I know. It’s a costly label garnered from a stereotype of those who abuse cannabis but typically don’t think they are.

The ‘evil drug’ mental construct placed on cannabis officially dates back only 81 years in the United States. One man, Harry Anslinger, made it happen...

Jun 05 10:01


Researchers at the US National Cancer Institute have reported in on an experimental breast cancer therapy that achieved remarkable results, rehabilitating Judy Perkins from the brink of death (she had been given two months to live, had tumors in her liver and throughout her body) to robust health two years later.

The therapy used the sequenced genome of the cancer to identify which elements of the cancer-cells might be "visible" to the patient's immune system; then the patient's white blood cells that were capable of targeting those traits were isolated and grown in vitro in huge numbers; finally, 90 billion of these cancer-targeting cells were injected back into the patient, along with drugs designed to "take the brakes off" the patient's immune system.

The team behind the therapy believe it may be applicable to other kinds of cancer.

These are the results from a single patient and much larger trials will be needed to confirm the findings.

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Big Pharma is going to HATE this, if larger trials prove, conclusively, that this approach works for large numbers of cancer patients.

Mike and I have, very recently, lost two dear friends to cancer, and one was far younger than we both are; that the medical/industrial complex is no nearer a real "cure" than they were 50 years ago, is a testament to how much they love the money pouring in from chemo and radiation treatments, which historically, have generally caused new incidents of cancers in those being treated in this manner.

Jun 05 09:55


When you sign up to a website handling sensitive information, perhaps a medical service or social network, one of the basic things you’re probably hoping for is that the site can keep control of its users’ data. Unfortunately for customers of MyHeritage, a genealogy and DNA testing service, a researcher uncovered 92 million account details related to the company sitting on a server, according to an announcement from MyHeritage.

The data relates to users who signed up to MyHeritage up to and including October 26, 2017—the date of the breach—the announcement adds.

Users of the Israeli-based company can create family trees and search through historical records to try and uncover their ancestry. In January 2017, Israeli media reported the company has some 35 million family trees on its website.

In all, the breach impacted 92,283,889 users, according to MyHeritage’s disclosure.

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Not only is information on your DNA subject to hacks: please be aware that takes your DNA rights away from you, to use them as they please: takes DNA ownership rights from customers and their relatives

The article goes on to state: "There are three significant provisions in the AncestryDNA Privacy Policy and Terms of Service to consider on behalf of yourself and your genetic relatives: (1) the perpetual, royalty-free, world-wide license to use your DNA; (2) the warning that DNA information may be used against “you or a genetic relative”; (3) your waiver of legal rights."

Jun 05 08:38

What is Cancer?(Definitive Guide) & Symptoms, Facts, Types, Prevent and Treatment

Cancer is one amongst the most important and most researched causes of death in developed countries. Most consultants are convinced that several killers can either be prevented or the chance of developing cancers may be markedly reduced. a number of the strategies are simple; others are comparatively extreme, betting on a human read.
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Jun 05 06:43

16 Scientific Health Benefits of Cannabis

In this guide, we will explore the research behind the many claimed health benefits of weed.

Jun 05 06:41

5G Mini Cell Towers – ‘Junk Yards On A Pole’ – Will Affect Your Lifestyle More Than You Know

How would you like this ‘mini’ cell tower parked outside your front door or your bedroom window or on a pole in your backyard? And you cannot have it removed, thanks to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission!

Jun 05 06:39

Harvest of Greed – the Merger of Bayer and Monsanto

The new entity is now the largest seed and pesticide company in the world, controlling more than 25 percent of the global seed and pesticide supply.

Jun 04 23:19

Stellar discovery could prompt a rethink on the universe

Powerful new models co-developed by a University of Auckland astrophysicist have led to a discovery that could change what we understand about the universe.

Findings detailed in a just-published study brings into question current theories on how galaxies, including our own Milky Way, were formed.

The discoveries centre on what are called globular clusters - effectively tight balls densely packed with up to a million stars each.

Between 150 to 180 of these are thought to exist in our galaxy alone, and they've long thought to be almost as old as the universe itself.

But thanks to newly developed research models it has been shown that they could be as young as nine billion years old, rather than 13 billion.

Jun 04 19:18

NASA spots asteroid on crash course with Earth – with just hours to go

Scientists at NASA's Planetary Defense Coordination Office have made a rare sighting – an asteroid on a collision course with Earth.

The rock, dubbed 2018 LA, was picked up by the Catalina Sky Survey on Saturday morning, just hours before it piled into our home world at a speed of 10 miles per second, or 0.5368 per cent of the maximum velocity of a sheep in a vacuum in El Reg units.

However, since the rock in question was just six feet (two metres) across, no one panicked about imminent doom. It burned up and burst into scraps in our atmosphere.

Jun 04 12:03

Three people trapped by lava airlifted to safety near Hawaii volcano

Three people were airlifted to safety on Sunday morning as lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano threatened an isolated area where they had become trapped, the National Guard said.

The two men and a woman became the latest in a series of evacuations on Hawaii’s Big Island forced by the volcano, which has been erupting since May 3.

On Saturday, National Guard troops, police and firefighters ushered evacuees from homes on the eastern tip of the island, hours before lava cut off road access to the area, officials said.

Jun 04 12:02

Hawaii volcano eruption so fierce it causes 5.5m EARTHQUAKE as ash spews 8,000 feet

It is the largest earthquake to strike the island since a 6.9 earthquake rocked Hawaii on May 4 near the erupting volcano.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said some areas may have experienced strong shaking.

However, they have currently not issued a tsunami warning.

No damages or injuries have currently been reported.

Jun 04 11:57

Guatemala’s Fuego volcano erupts

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I hope Pele doesn't get an inferiority complex!

Jun 04 08:37

Manuals Warn: Keep Cell Phones And Wi-Fi AWAY From Body But Industry Silent On Dangers

Despite attempts by the Telecom industry and mainstream media to hide the connection between adverse health effects and cellphone/Wi-Fi radiation, the manufacturers’ own statements contradict themselves and their media mouthpieces in their own guidelines.

Jun 04 07:55

Almost 100 Local Tribes Form Coalition to Expel US Forces From Syria - Reports

In excess of 70 Syrian tribal leaders met in the Aleppo Governorate, specifically the city of Deir Hafer, over the weekend to discuss plans and coordinate with one another to remove US forces from Syria, Al-Masdar News reported on Sunday

Jun 04 07:45

California on front line as STDs run rampant in US

A billboard on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood screams out a stark warning: "drug-resistant gonorrhea alert!"

The words are set against a black background and accompanied by a microscope shot of the gonococcus bacteria, which causes the illness now running rampant in California.

Sexually transmitted diseases have made an alarming resurgence across the United States, where 2016 saw a record two million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis, including 628 cases of congenital syphilis.

Jun 04 07:34

A Brief History of Life Altering Disasters

Sometimes mainstream news outlets talk about historical disasters and make it seem like they’re “one-off” events. But really, it couldn’t be further from the truth. Our planet has a long history of life-altering disasters, and it’s a history that we can learn from now.

Jun 04 07:26

Too Much Bad News Can Make You Sick, Say Researchers

PHILADELPHIA (CNN) – With every news alert or breaking story, our world seems to be pushed further and further into crisis. It is taking a serious toll on our environment but also on our mental health.

The world has always been stressful, but experiencing acute events occurring thousands of miles away is a new and challenging phenomenon. On any given day, it feels like the world is falling apart.

How can we brace for disaster and find the strength to withstand it? How will we adapt to our greater exposure to trauma? And will our mental health be sacrificed in the process?

Jun 03 11:51

Health Concerns Emerge About G5 Towers

The wireless industry is in a race to roll out 5G service. The network is supposed to be up to 100 times faster than current data speeds, but it requires cellphone tower equipment to be closer to users than before. Wireless companies in the U.S. say they’ll have to install about 300,000 new antennas – roughly equal to the total number of cell towers built over the past three decades. That’s causing outrage and alarm in some neighborhoods, as antennas go up around homes.

Jun 03 09:46

Surrounded By LAVA! What's Really Happening In Hawaii! 2018

Jun 03 09:40

Hawaii volcano eruption: Scientists ALARMED as drone reveals mysterious CRACKS in Kilauea

A drone mission has alarmed scientists monitoring the erupting Hawaii volcano, which has become one of the world’s most dangerous and volatile sites.

Kilauea has shocked the world with streams of lava swallowing houses and giant fissures opening up across Hawaii.

Jun 03 09:17

Hawaii Volcano Eruption Update - Saturday Afternoon (June 2, 2018)

Jun 03 08:59

State of Emergency in Oregon as Public Discovers Capital City Has Toxin-Laden Water

Toxins have been found in tap water in Salem, Oregon, resulting in the declaration of a state of emergency by Oregon Governor Kate Brown.

The declaration was issued for both Marion and Polk Counties and includes the capital city of Salem, as well as the towns of Turner and Stayton. The National Guard is expected to deliver water to residents using 10 water stations supplied by 2,000-gallon tankers.

Toxic algae blooms have been plauging the Pacific Northwest and, as it turns out, officials in Salem, Oregon misled the public about the presence of an algae bloom and the safety of their water as early as May 23rd.

Jun 03 08:57

Hawaii Volcano Update: Scientists Baffled Over Mysterious Cracks In Kilauea Crater

Scientists are also baffled after aerial drone footage showed concerning changes within Kilauea's main summit crater - including unexplained cracks at the bottom which are spewing hot steam. Concerns have been raised that an "expanding collapsed crater" and debris blocking the vent could trigger a massive new explosion.

Jun 03 08:54

Kilauea Is Making Its Own Weather

Pyrocumulus clouds—also known as flammagenitus clouds—are most commonly caused by wildfires. They form when heat from the ground, whether from burning trees or scalding molten rock, causes the air around it to warm and rise, carrying water vapor with it. As that air reaches the cooler heights of the upper atmosphere, that water vapor condenses around tiny particles like ash to form clouds. Those clouds can become unstable and in turn cause thunderstorms.

Jun 02 16:04

In trilogy with Muhammad Ali, the words hurt Joe Frazier most

Ali's daughter came out in the Roseanne controversy saying her father would not approve and would never stoop so low. I remember different!

We remember Ali calling Frazier “ugly,” an “Uncle Tom” and, especially, a “gorilla.” And even those of us too young to have stayed up to learn the result of a 15-round prizefight in the 1970s recall how black people laughed and laughed at this.

“I’m cringing in my car right now just thinking about it,” says Janks Morton Jr. He visited Frazier in Philadelphia in the early 1970s with his dad, Janks Morton Sr., who trained Sugar Ray Leonard and was close friends with Frazier’s sparring partner, heavyweight champ-to-be Ken Norton. “I can still see [Ali] sitting next to Howard Cosell punching that [rubber] black gorilla, saying, ‘It’s going to be a thrilla in Manila when I kill that gorilla.’?”

Jun 02 10:06

Drone captures dramatic changes in Halemaumau on May 31, 2018 (USGS)

Jun 02 10:00

Hawaii Volcano Eruption Update - Friday Noon (June 1, 2018)

Jun 02 09:38

Is London about to be hit by a major EARTHQUAKE? Scientists discover two fault lines under the capital that could trigger a massive tremor

Scientists have found two fault lines running under London that could cause a magnitude 5 earthquake.

The faults move between 1mm and 2mm a year, with one running directly under central London and another under Canary Wharf.

While London is believed to be overdue a quake, researchers claim there is only a one-in-a-thousand-year chance of a magnitude 5 tremor occurring in the capital.

The last large earthquake to affect London occurred on the 6 April 1580 and was estimated to have been a relatively large magnitude 5.5.

Jun 02 09:12

Top 23 Health Benefits Of Tomatoes That You Should Know

By Lucy Alvet

There are more reasons to eat tomatoes than good taste. Tomatoes are packed with health- enhancing properties. Actually, consuming tomatoes can help improve your overall health. Besides, they can be prepared in a variety of dishes, as well as they can be eaten alone. Now, keep both of your eyes on this interesting article to discover some of the main reasons why you need to include more of these superfoods in your daily diet...

Jun 01 15:59

High level government health officials now pushing use of cannabis in medical treatments

Within the next couple of weeks I will be interviewing a couple that produces and retails CBD oil. The focus of the conversation will be on dosage, usage and most of the questions that many of you have swirling around your brain. Medical marijuana is one of the biggest subjects, far bigger than cryptocurrencies, that has come along in decades.

Jun 01 15:52

Environmental Groups Sue Trump Administration For Abandoning Investigation into Dangerous Pesticides

By Derrick Broze

A coalition of conservation and public health groups have filed suit against the Trump Administration and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, accusing the federal government of foregoing an assessment of a pesticide known to have harmful health effects, as well as suspending training for pesticide handlers. The Center for Biological Diversity, Center for Environmental Health and Californians for Pesticide Reform filed suit against the EPA head, Scott Pruitt, accusing him of failing to protect endangered wildlife and the environment by abandoning a safety assessment of the pesticide malathion...