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Jul 15 07:43

The Delusion ‘I Am Not Responsible’

One of the many interesting details to be learned by understanding human psychology is how a person’s unconscious fear works in a myriad of ways to make them believe that they bear no responsibility for a particular problem.

This psychological dysfunctionality cripples a substantial portion of the human population in ways that work against the possibility of achieving worthwhile outcomes for themselves, other individuals, communities and the world as a whole. In an era when human extinction is now a likely near-term outcome of this dysfunctionality, it is obviously particularly problematic. So why does this happen and how does it manifest?

Jul 15 07:36

Toddler injected with 37 vaccines before the age of two left paralyzed and wheelchair-bound for life

At just 17 months of age, Otto Coleman's life changed drastically and suddenly. After receiving a shocking number of vaccines – 37 to be exact – he ended up being paralyzed with transverse myelitis, and will spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair.

His father, Joshua Coleman, said that he took a close look at his son's vaccination records and was startled by what he found. "At seventeen months old, he had received thirty-seven vaccines, which is about three times the amount I got in my entire adult life."

Jul 14 18:48

House Passes GMO Labeling Bill, Obama Set To Sign

By Derrick Broze

A controversial bill that will prevent states from creating their own labeling standards for genetically engineered foods has passed the House of Representatives and now heads to President Obama’s desk.

On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a measure aimed at creating a federal standard for labeling genetically engineered or modified foods. Genetically modified or engineered seeds are engineered to have certain traits, such as resistance to herbicides. The majority of the United States’ corn and soybean crops are now GE, including a large portion that is used for animal feed...

Jul 14 11:11

Half Of All US Food Produce Is Thrown Away, New Research Suggests

Americans throw away almost as much food as they eat because of a “cult of perfection”, deepening hunger and poverty, and inflicting a heavy toll on the environment.

Jul 14 11:10

Breaking: Renowned Holistic Doctor Found Stabbed to Death in Her Palo Alto Home

It is with heavy hearts that we announce yet another death in our tragic unintended series of holistic doctor deaths, Jenny Shi. In one short year, there have been over 50 deaths.

A well known holistic doctor/acupuncturist’s body was recently found inside her upscale Creekside Drive home, Palo Alto Police confirmed on Tuesday. Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office found the cause of death to be multiple stab wounds on the autopsy, officials said.

“Police department officials said they have no significant leads but noted there is no major threat to the community” (ya right- just a killer on the loose- why do they always say that?).

“In a city that averages fewer than one homicide a year, the gruesome crime in one of its quiet neighborhoods has left residents shaken.”

“It’s a real family-oriented, pleasant neighborhood,” said Robert Adams, who has lived in the area two years. “Homicides are not normal.”

Jul 14 08:46

'Extinct' volcano near Rome is waking up and entering a new eruptive cycle

A volcano near Rome thought to be extinct appears to be waking up and entering a new eruptive cycle, geologists have said. While Colli Albani is not expected to erupt for at least another 1,000 years, when it does it could be as destructive as Mount Vesuvius, which destroyed the ancient city of Pompeii in 79 DA.

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No doubt this announcement will be followed by a request for a larger research grant to study the problem!

Jul 14 08:29

Researchers Find Roundup Responsible for Harmful Algae Blooms In Great Lakes

By Christina Sarich

Glyphosate, the main ingredient found in Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide, Roundup, has poisoned Lake Erie.

Scientists from Ohio Northern University (ONU) in the U.S. have discovered that glyphosate is largely responsible for an increase in harmful algae blooms that contaminate lake water and kill off life dependent upon this habitat...

Jul 14 07:21

By-Products From Pomegranates, Walnuts and Strawberries Prevent Aging

By Greta Keenan

Foods high in polyphenol compounds, catechins and anthocyanins all prevent aging. Urolithin A (UA) is a chemical by-product that is made by our bodies when we consume pomegranate juice, strawberries or walnuts and studies are showing it is a first-in-class natural compound that prevents aging...

Jul 14 07:08

The Reasons Why The Globalists Are Destined To Lose

By Brandon Smith

Under the surface of almost every sociopolitical and economic event in the world there burns an ever-raging, but often unseen, war. This war, for now, is fought with fiction and with truth, with journalistic combat and with quiet individual deeds. It is defined by two sides which could not be more philosophically or spiritually separate.

On one side is a pervasive network of corporate moguls and elites, banking entities, international financial consortiums, think tanks and political puppets. They work tirelessly to reshape public psychology and society as a whole into something they sometimes call the “New World Order;” a completely and scientifically centralized planet in which they control every aspect of government, trade, life and even moral compass. I often refer to them simply as the “Globalists,” which is how they at times refer to themselves.

Jul 14 06:59

Extended Blackouts: Power Grid Completely Vulnerable to Sabotage: “America Could Go Dark”

The 21st Century is run off of electricity, and in the United States, that electric grid is woefully out of date – and that has left the country quite vulnerable.

The U.S. electric system is in danger of widespread blackouts lasting days, weeks or longer through the destruction of sensitive, hard-to-replace equipment.

“Virtually any region would suffer major, extended blackouts if more than three key substations were destroyed.”

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Jul 14 05:48

The Trumpster is right: Ruth Bader Ginsburg's 'mind is shot' because she was brain damaged by chemotherapy in 2009... (and hasn't been able to think straight since)

Three days ago, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg went on a discombobulated verbal rampage against Donald Trump, calling him a "faker" and claiming that if he were elected president, "then everything is up for grabs."

She then went on to declare that everybody should "move to New Zealand" where, apparently, they can all wear their liberal tin foil hats together while America finally builds a wall to keep them all out.

But what almost nobody seems to remember about all this is that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was brain damaged by chemotherapy in 2009. As this NY Daily News story explains, she underwent chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer that year.

Jul 14 04:29

64 WOMEN TO SUE IN THREE JAPANESE COURTS OVER HEALTH WOES FROM CERVICAL CANCER VACCINES

A group of lawyers for 64 women who are suffering health problems from cervical cancer vaccines said Tuesday the victims will file damages lawsuits against the government and two drugmakers that produced the vaccines through four district courts on July 27. Of the 64 women, 28 will lodge their suit with the Tokyo District Court, six with the Nagoya District Court, 16 with the Osaka District Court and 14 with the Fukuoka District Court, according to the lawyers.

Jul 13 17:27

Des Moines Register: Is it GMO? "Smart labels" aren't enough

And we should have the right to know when a food product contains genetically engineered (GE) ingredients, especially as they carry greater and greater residues of this probable cancer causing chemical. Some states such as Vermont, Connecticut and Maine have voted to mandate this labeling. But Congress is trying to preempt these states from giving their citizens what they have asked for.

The latest ploy is so-called “smart labels.” This is the most recent attempt by big agribusiness, the giant food processors and members of Congress who submit to their lobbying pressure to keep customers in the dark about what’s in our food. Instead of a simple declaration in plain language on the product, a smart label will require scanning each item with a smart phone. Besides the unbelievable time and inconvenience involved, many Americans don’t have smart phones and can’t afford them. More than half of rural Americans don’t have smart phones, let alone the network coverage required to access the information.

Jul 13 15:56

RAW: Russia’s First 3D-Printed Surveillance Drone On Display

A 3D-printed surveillance drone, already successfully flight-tested, weighing a mere four kilograms

Jul 13 12:49

It’s Official: Robots Are Now Injuring And Killing Humans

By Nicholas West

Even as robotics experts, universities and tech luminaries sound the alarm about the potential for a future filled with killer robots, this technology evidently already has arrived … minus the stringent ethics.

There can be no debate about the use of killer robots in the military. We are in the middle of an admitted global drone arms race in which there are mass civilian casualties occurring under a specious U.S. legal framework that has thus far not even excluded its own citizens from being targeted for assassination. There is also a host of ground- and sea-based systems that are equally lethal and continue to be tested in massive joint military exercises.

Then there is the artificial intelligence contained in autonomous vehicles and security robots...

Jul 13 12:33

Robots Will ‘Liberate’ 25% Of Business Service Workers By 2035, Claims Deloitte

A quarter of jobs in Britain’s business services sector will be taken over by robots in the next 20 years because of falling technology costs and rising wages, a new report claims.

Jul 13 12:20

Vaccine-Laden M&M’s To Be Distributed Via Drone For Endangered Ferrets

A plague is threatening the already endangered black-footed ferret, leaving the US Fish and Wildlife Service with only one option. Load up a “glorified gumball machine” on a drone to fire out vaccine-infused peanut butter M&Ms to help the fuzzy critters.

Jul 13 11:35

Combining Childhood Vaccines AT ONE VISIT IS NOT SAFE

Although health authorities including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claim that childhood vaccines are safe and recommend combining multiple vaccines during one visit, a review of data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) shows a dose-dependent association between the number of vaccines administered simultaneously and the likelihood of hospitalization or death for an adverse reaction. Additionally, younger age at the time of the adverse reaction is associated with a higher risk of hospitalization or death.

Jul 13 10:00

HORROR: Big Pharma developing baby vaccines for PREGNANT women

Vaccine industries have their sights set on a new market that they hope will someday be as massive as that created by the just-shy-of-obligatory childhood vaccine schedule: pregnant women.

The industry is working with the FDA to create new rules to test and develop vaccines designed to be given to pregnant women, in order to pass antibodies on to their unborn infants. The fact that this protection would only be short-term is not viewed as a problem.

Indeed, the industry is elated at the possibility to start vaccinating – via their mothers – babies too young to receive traditional vaccines.

Jul 13 09:37

Legalized cannabis will dramatically reduce prescription drug use

A well-known fact still denied by conventional medicine is that marijuana saves lives by curbing highly addictive prescription painkillers known to kill tens of thousands every year. In fact, drug overdoses by prescription

Jul 13 09:24

We Now Know What Caused the Curiosity Rover to Glitch Out

Earlier this month, NASA approved a 2-year extension on the rover’s original mission that would have the rover operating straight through 2018 at least. Curiosity has been a remarkably tough little robot—especially considering that it’s already gone a full five years without a tune-up, all while rolling over some harsh terrain.

In that span, it’s undergone a broken arm, got stuck on a hill, punched a hole almost straight through its wheels, and lost the ability to focus in one of its cameras. Each time, NASA has managed to get around the problem without being able to actually physically fix the problem. Hopefully, they can keep patching Curiosity up from afar through its new, longer mission.

Jul 13 09:11

By Juno! NASA delivers first new snaps from Jupiter

Probe survives first pass around gas giant and sends low-ish res snaps of the Jovian system

Jul 13 07:36

A Civil Servant Missing Most Of His Brain Challenges Our Most Basic Theories Of Consciousness

Not much is definitively proven about consciousness, the awareness of one’s existence and surroundings, other than that it’s somehow linked to the brain. But theories as to how, exactly, grey matter generates consciousness are challenged when a fully-conscious man is found to be missing most of his brain.

Jul 13 07:26

WATCH: George Bush DANCES during Dallas Police memorial service, Having A Great Time ?

That's all folks! We have Loonies lording it over us!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FHEeG_uq5Y

Published on Jul 12, 2016
George bush having a great time at the Dallas Police funeral ? George Bush allegedly dancing during interfaith memorial service for the five Dallas, Texas police officers.

Jul 12 15:49

Artificial sweeteners really ARE bad for you: They make you crave real sugar even more

In experiments, fruit flies given food laced with a low-calorie sweetener ate 30 per cent more food than others.

Plus, their taste buds reacted more strongly than usual to real sugar.

Further experiments showed the problem to lie in their brains as they expected sweet-tasting food to be high in calories.

When the artificial sweetener didn’t provide the expected energy boost, the body told the brain more food was needed.

Lead researcher Greg Neely, from the University of Sydney, said: ‘After chronic exposure to a diet that contained the artificial sweetener, we saw that animals began eating a lot more.

Jul 12 15:35

WATCH: Nasa releases stunning 360 degree video of Juno’s historic approach to Jupiter

NASA has released a stunning 360 degree video of its Juno spacecraft arriving at Jupiter which is sure to excite followers of the historic mission.

Jul 12 15:11

Breaking: Norway Becomes First Nation In The World To Ban Deforestation

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Did you know? Every year, an estimated 55 billion tons of fossil energy, minerals, metals, and bio mass is extracted from the Earth. As a result, humans are using up 50% more natural resources than the planet can comfortably provide. Scientists even speculate that within 100 years, the world’s rain forests could completely vanish.

This spells trouble for future generations, which is why Norway recently banned the practice of deforestation – the first in the world to do so.

Jul 12 09:35

Move over Pluto! Astronomers find tiny new dwarf planet on edge of our solar system orbiting up to 11 billion miles from the sun

In the icy depths of our solar system a tiny new rocky planet has been discovered orbiting up to 120 times further out from the sun than the Earth.

The new dwarf planet, which has not yet been officially named, has a width just half the length of Britain and its orbit swings up to twice as far out as Pluto.

It takes the miniature world, which will be extremely cold due to the extreme distance from the sun, 700 years to complete just one loop around the solar system.

Jul 12 09:26

5 Minute Walnut Milk A Healthier Alternative to Almond

By Heather Callaghan

Nut milks are amazing – they are versatile, provide protein, are a great addition to smoothies or lattes and thankfully don’t carry the same allergen risks of commercial dairy milk (barring a nut allergy or severe autoimmune condition, of course). They’re perfectly paleo, vegan or pegan if you wish...

Jul 12 09:00

This Common Plant Could Be Used As A Treatment For Diabetes

By Brianna Acuesta

Researchers are now saying that aloe vera, a common plant that many people keep in their backyard, should be investigated further for its effectiveness in treating diabetes...

Jul 12 08:41

How Monsanto invaded, occupied and now CONTROLS government regulators

(NaturalNews) If you've ever wondered why corporations seem to hold so much sway over our government, look no further than who's making all the decisions in Washington – and more importantly, where many of these people worked before being handed comfy, high-level positions at top government agencies.

You might be surprised at the number of senior advisors, chiefs of staff, judges, commissioners and others employed at agencies like the Department of Justice (DoJ), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who all have one thing in common: they used to hold executive-level positions at multinational corporations like Monsanto.

Jul 12 08:11

A Common Unlisted Food Additive May Induce Food Allergies

By Catherine J. Frompovich

What would you think if I told you that not all additives and preservatives are listed on food labels? You’d probably say I didn’t know what I was talking about. Well, many chemicals used in food processing don’t seem to make it into print on package labels! One is the synthetic preservative and antioxidant tert-butylhydroquionone (tBHQ) added to cooking oils, nuts, crackers, breads, waffles, fast and frozen foods.

TBHQ is a form of butane gas that’s used in welding or portable gas stoves! ...

Jul 12 07:28

ALGORE! ALGORE! ... The snow is falling, the snow is falling.

Here a list of various links exposing the warming fraud.
Note, it happened last year, even later 7-29-15 and this year 7-11.16.

Summer snow turns Wyoming mountains into winter...
news.yahoo.com/summer-snow-turns-wyoming-mountains-winter-wo...

Jul 29, 2015 ... This Monday, July 27, 2015 photo provided by Jackson Hole Mountain Resort shows...
Snow puts summer on hold in the Rockies | AL.com
www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2016/07/snow_puts_summer_put_on_ho...

on July 11, 2016 at 10:45 AM , updated July 11, 2016 at 10:52 AM ... Snow was also reported in Idaho and ...

There’s snow in them thar hills. Snow was falling at Rendevous Peak near Jackson around 6pm. #wywx #wyosnow
8:24 PM – 10 Jul 2016

This snow is due to much colder air rushing into the northern Rockies from a trough of low pressure aloft (dip in the jet stream) moving across the region.

Jul 12 07:22

The New Sex Abuse Scandal: 2,400 Doctors Implicated by Patients

More than 2,400 U.S. doctors have been sanctioned for sexually abusing their patients, according to a new report that, for the first time, surveyed records from all 50 states and reveals the nationwide scope of a problem that may be almost as far-reaching as the scandal involving Catholic priests.

State medical boards, which oversee physicians, allowed more than half the sanctioned doctors to keep their licenses even after the accusations of sexual abuse were determined to be true, according to a yearlong investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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This nation is going crazy!

It's time to take a closer look at those side effects of prescription anti-depressants, which 25% of Americans are now on!

Jul 12 07:11

FDA warns that fluoroquinolone antibiotics can cause permanent nerve damage

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently came out with a stronger warning against a popular class of drugs called fluoroquinolone antibiotics. Unfortunately, this warning is too late for patients already suffering from permanent side effects caused by this dangerous category of antibiotics.

Sold under the brand names Levaquin, Cipro and Avelox, fluoroquinolone antibiotics are taken by an estimated 26 million Americans each year. The new FDA directive will force manufacturers to provide a stronger warning regarding their use. Keep in mind, when the FDA issues a warning, you know the drug is really toxic and dangerous.

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Why was this stuff allowed on the market in the first place?!?

Oh ...

Now I remember!

Jul 12 06:59

THE ARMY IS TESTING GENETICALLY ENGINEERED SPIDER SILK FOR BODY ARMOR

Inserting spider DNA into silkworms yields a tough fabric that’s far more flexible than Kevlar. Spider silk is one of nature’s toughest substances, similar in strength to the Kevlar plastic found in bulletproof vests but much more flexible. Kraig Biocraft, a company out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, genetically altered silkworms to produce a fiber that’s similar to pure spider silk. Today, they announced an Army contract to test this so-called Dragon Silk for possible use in body armor.

Jul 11 20:39

NATO LOSES COUNTENANCE

F. William Engdahl
The NATO summit in Warsaw is a part of the nuclear “chicken game”. Washington and the NATO Generals are trying to provoke Russia into an escalation of tensions, because certain circles in the US are becoming desperate over their diminishing power over the world. And they are really losing it. They see a military escalation as the only thing to save their control.

Jul 11 18:25

Energy limits: Why we see rising wealth disparity and low prices

We can think of the situation as follows: An economy that keeps growing is (in energy terms) an out-of-balance system. Rising debt levels help maintain this out-of-balance condition by providing ever-higher commodity prices. These higher prices encourage greater extraction of energy products, even when the cost of extraction is rising because of diminishing returns. Even if extraction costs keep rising, the situation of ever-rising commodity prices cannot go on endlessly. At some point, prices become too high for workers to afford. Demand tends to fall at some point because workers at the bottom of the hierarchy find themselves “priced out” of buying goods such as houses and cars that would help maintain commodity demand.

What causes debt levels to stop rising? One reason why debt levels stop rising is that debt reaches absurd levels, making it difficult to repay debt with interest. Several examples of absurd debt levels are given in Slide 21. An additional example is excessive use of student loans. If incomes after student loans are not high enough, student debt may create a huge burden, preventing former students from buying homes and cars and starting families. The problem is that incomes after the educational experience are not sufficiently high to both pay back debt with interest and leave adequate funds for other needs.

Jul 11 17:10

“This Is The Disaster Everyone Will Wish They Prepared For”: SoCal Megaquake Threatens 20 Million

Experts in business and policy have conducted a survey of the potential damage that could be expected after what scientists now say is an inevitable mega-earthquake along the San Andreas fault. It exposed many deep flaws in the system, and forecast a disaster of epic proportions for of Southern California.

It could easily become every prepper's worst nightmare – an event big enough to test the shaky resolve of the entire population as they face being cut off from food, water and electricity....

Read more at SHTF

Jul 11 15:07

I Was Sick For A Year After An Oil Spill. Five Years Later, Pipeline Accidents Are Worsening

Early in the morning on July 2, 2011, I walked down the gravel road on our Montana farm to let the goats out to graze for the day. I found an oily rainbow sheen on the Yellowstone River flowing through our hay fields and pasture, plus large clumps of crude oil sticking to trees, cattails and brush. The oily water was in our sloughs, our pond and the creek that runs along the eastern edge of the farm. I checked the local news on my phone and found that an Exxon oil pipeline had ruptured underneath the Yellowstone River upstream. More than 300 people upstream from us were evacuated, but no one had thought to notify those of us further from the spill. The smell of hydrocarbons was overwhelming.

Jul 11 14:42

SD Cops Using Forced Catheterization To Extract Urine From Suspects

South Dakota police officers are strapping people to beds and having catheters forcibly inserted into their urethras in order to extract urine from them, attorneys say.

According to attorneys for a Pierre man charged with felony drug ingestion who is asking a judge to throw out evidence in his case from an involuntary urine sample, the policy is not new. State prosecutors say the practice is legal but many disagree.

Jul 11 14:31

Even With the Dallas Murders — Police Safer Now Than They Have Been in Decades

No matter what politicians and police unions would have you believe, police are safer now than they have been in decades — the number of targeted killings of law enforcement continues to decline each year.

Set aside whatever bias you might harbor on the issue of police violence and violence against police — it’s time to examine the facts.

Statistics prove, even if politicians like former congressman Joe Walsh refuse to face facts, the ‘war on cops’ is pure fiction

But politicians would prefer you not know the truth since that wouldn’t further their preferred narrative of misguided activists upset over police killing civilians — and would prevent effective reform through demilitarization or other means, instead of an escalation in police authoritarianism.

Jul 11 10:21

VIDEO GAME MARKETING PUSHES HUMAN AUGMENTATION, IMPLANTABLE DEVICES

Bizarrely, in an effort to promote their new vdeo game 'Deus Ex: Human Revolution' developer Square-Enix is set to cohost with CNN's own Courageous studios the Human by Design conference on August 3rd in New York City. The conference consists of three major panels: 'Is Augmentation a Human Right', 'Selective vs. Therapeutic' and lastly 'The Future of The Far Far Next' all being discussed by various thought leaders, scientists, engineers and artists to explore the ethical and scientific underpinnings of the uncomfortably near future.

Jul 11 09:17

Gene Editing: The Dual-use Conundrum

By Janet Phelan

Dual-use may be best understood by considering the functions of a knife. Used against an enemy, a knife can be deadly. In the hands of a skilled surgeon, a knife may be life-saving, removing a gangrenous appendage or excising a cancerous mass.

Wikipedia defines dual-use this way: “In politics and diplomacy, dual-use is technology that can be used for both peaceful and military aims. More generally speaking, dual-use can also refer to any technology which can satisfy more than one goal at any given time.”

Enter gene editing...

Jul 11 09:10

NY TIMES: SURPRISING NEW EVIDENCE SHOWS NO RACIAL BIAS IN POLICE RELATED SHOOTINGS

Mr. Fryer is the youngest African-American to receive tenure at Harvard and the first one to receive a John Bates Clark medal, a prize given to the most promising American economist under 40. He is not afraid of controversial questions. In previous work, he has paid students to read books; considered the possibility of genetic differences in intelligence; and shown that high-achieving black and Hispanic students have fewer friends. He and a group of student researchers spent about 3,000 hours assembling detailed data from police reports in Houston; Austin, Tex.; Dallas; Los Angeles; Orlando, Fla.; Jacksonville, Fla.; and four other counties in Florida.

Jul 11 08:18

China’s space station is out of control – and ‘could crash to Earth in a fireball’

Speaking to Space.com last month, several experts suggested that signs hint that the eight-ton Tiangong-1 space station is out of control.

The massive satellite, launched in 2011, is reported to have lost radio connection with China’s space agency in March this year.

Jul 11 07:21

Nurse suspended from job, facing disciplinary action for refusing to administer children expired vaccines

A nurse from northern Morocco recently refused to administer a large amount of vaccines to children at the Rural Health Center in Al Hoceima. The nurse stopped administering the injections because she was concerned that the lots had expired and would cause further medical complications for the children. In fact, the vaccines in question had been stored in an unsuitable environment. The vaccines were not handled properly, and over heated to 18 degrees Celsius, which is 10 degrees above the legal limit. This temperature change most likely rendered the vaccines even more dangerous than what they already were. This nurse did the right thing and kept the injections out of the children.

But, instead of being praised for preventing medical complications, this nurse was suspended from her job. The nurse, Azzahra Al Fiafi, is also being required to report to a disciplinary committee where she may face punishment.

Jul 11 07:18

Seventh grade boys, girls could be forcibly injected with HPV vaccine if they wish to remain in public school

In a highly controversial, unprecedented motion, members of the Allegheny County Health Department in Pittsburgh, PA, have publicly revealed that they're considering administering a countywide mandate to require all 7th grade girls and boys to receive the HPV vaccine before receiving admittance into school for the 2017–18 school year. Since the news broke last week, natural health advocates and anti-vaccine activists have been in an outrage, condemning the corporate Big Pharma-funded mandate.

Jul 10 18:36

A bug in fMRI software could invalidate 15 years of brain research

There could be a very serious problem with the past 15 years of research into human brain activity, with a new study suggesting that a bug in fMRI software could invalidate the results of some 40,000 papers.

That's massive, because functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is one of the best tools we have to measure brain activity, and if it’s flawed, it means all those conclusions about what our brains look like during things like exercise, gaming, love, and drug addiction are wrong.

"But we can assure you the science is settled with regard to climate change. Computers have proved it. Really." - Official White Horse Souce

Jul 10 18:19

Gardasil: The Decision We Will Always Regret

It has been three and a half years since Katie received the Gardasil vaccine and she still remains chronically ill. She was unable to attend school in 7th and 8th grades. This year, Katie decided to repeat 8th grade again rather than begin high school still sick. Katie has an IEP plan in school which reduces her daily schedule to three core classes only. Unfortunately, Katie is still too sick to attend school with any regularity. Most days, a teacher comes to our home to review the lessons she missed at school. Some days, Katie’s pain levels are too high so that she can’t even tolerate home tutoring. Although she longs to get back to dancing again, she spends most days in her room sleeping or resting and trying to cope with chronic pain. At 14 years old, Katie’s life closely resembles a sick elderly person instead of an active vibrant teenager she should be.

Jul 10 14:24

Monsanto, Bayer And The Push For Corporate Cannabis

The health benefits of cannabis are now well established. As I analyzed previously, cannabis is a cheap, natural alternative effective for a broad range of conditions, and the non-psychoactive form known as hemp has thousands of industrial uses. At one time, cannabis was one of the world’s most important crops. There have been no recorded deaths from cannabis overdose in the US, compared to about 30,000 deaths annually from alcohol abuse (not counting auto accidents), and 100,000 deaths annually from prescription drugs taken as directed. Yet cannabis remains a Schedule I controlled substance (“a deadly dangerous drug with no medical use and high potential for abuse”), illegal to be sold or grown in the US.

Jul 10 08:49

The Insanity of the Hepatitis B Vaccination

By Michelle Goldstein

The hepatitis B vaccination is one that even pro-vaccinators should question from a common sense perspective. The vaccination is now routinely given at birth for newborns, with follow-up vaccines scheduled during infancy...

Jul 10 08:34

It’s Nikola Tesla’s Birthday — He Predicted and Helped to Develop the Smartphone and FaceTime

By Matt Agorist

Five years prior to the world seeing the first practical demonstration of the television, and scores before the first instance of the smartphone, Nikola Tesla, not only imagined it but had completed crucial steps for making it possible.

Jul 10 07:58

Largest US measles outbreak in Arizona after people refused vaccinations

Health officials in Arizona attribute the largest current measles outbreak in the United States in part to the refusal of some workers at a federal immigration detention center to get vaccinated.

Jul 09 16:57

The Purge and the Summer of Chaos

Isn’t it interesting that this summer’s release of The Purge: Election Year‘(2016) just happens to coincide with what is Being Dubbed, the Summer of Chaos? #SummerOfChaos

Jul 09 08:34

Law Enforcement Officials, Medical Professionals: There’s Something Seriously Wrong With Hillary Clinton’s Health

Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton’s disappearance from the debate stage last month left people speculating that the former First Lady took a long bathroom break, but now a law-enforcement source with inside connections is alleging that Clinton was missing from the stage due to health issues stemming from a previous brain injury.

These long-lasting symptoms stemming from a concussion and blood clot, according to a neurologist, suggest Clinton is suffering from post-concussion syndrome, which can severely impact her cognitive abilities.

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Jul 09 08:29

The Average Flu Shot Left This 9-Year-Old Girl Paralyzed And Non-Verbal

By Brianna Acuesta

A 9-year-old girl from Tampa, Florida went in for a flu shot one day, just as millions of Americans do every year, not knowing that her life would be forever changed because of it.

The girl, Marysue Grivna, was an active 9-year-old that loved to play outside, help out in the kitchen, and could speak two languages.

Just six days after she went in for a flu shot, Marysue succumbed to a rare autoimmune disorder...

Jul 08 21:45

Big Food Seeks to Exempt Itself from the Freedom of Information Act

Waking Times

The shift in the food industry towards chemical-laden products has allowed food corporations to create products that last longer, look better, and taste better to certain consumers. Certain chemicals in food products can be powerful enough to cause a physiological response in the body to create cravings, and even food addictions, and are used exactly for this purpose.

Jul 08 15:50

Could U.S. Train System Be The Next Environmental, Health Time Bomb?

In early May 2016, a CSX derailed in Washington, D.C. spilling ethanol and large amounts of sodium hydroxide next to the Rhode Island Avenue metro station. nearly 8,000 gallons of sodium hydroxide, a highly caustic chemical that is used for dissolving a number of substances including flesh and bone as well as…

Jul 08 15:42

The mystery of the 'dark streaks' on Mars: Nasa study reignites claims giant canyon on the red planet may still hold flowing water

Stunning new images of giant canyons on Mars have reignited the debate over whether water still flows on the red planet.

Puzzles persist about possible water at seasonally dark streaks on Martian slopes - and the new study of thousands of such features in the Red Planet's largest canyon system.

The study published today investigated thousands of these warm-season features in the Valles Marineris region near Mars' equator.

Some of the sites displaying the seasonal flows are canyon ridges and isolated peaks, ground shapes that make it hard to explain the streaks as resulting from underground water directly reaching the surface.

Jul 08 15:13

Of Course 23andMe's Plan Has Been To Sell Your Genetic Data All Along

Today, 23andMe announced what Forbes reports is only the first of ten deals with big biotech companies: Genentech will pay up to $60 million for access to 23andMe’s data to study Parkinson’s. You think 23andMe was about selling fun DNA spit tests for $99 a pop? Nope, it’s been about selling your data all along.

Jul 08 10:23

Cannabis Compounds Could Hold Key To Groundbreaking Alzheimer’s Treatment

New research coming from the Salk Institute in California and published in the Aging and Mechanisms of the Disease journal is suggesting that cannabis compounds may hold the key to a cure for Alzheimer’s. The research is being presented as work that might provide more information on how Alzheimer’s can be treated…

Jul 08 09:29

GMO Labeling Bill Passes Senate, Headed for House Vote

By Derrick Broze

The U.S. Senate has approved a controversial bill which would create a federal standard for labeling foods that contain genetically engineered or modified ingredients.

On Thursday, the U.S. Senate approved the “Agriculture Biotechnology Solution” bill which will require foods containing genetically modified ingredients to be labeled with words, pictures, or a QR code that must be scanned by a smartphone. The Senate voted 63 to 30 to approve the bill after a controversial cloture vote on Wednesday. The bill will now head to the House of Representatives for a vote. If approved in the House the bill would go on to President Obama to be signed into law...

Jul 08 08:02

'He wanted to kill white people, especially white officers': Police kill sniper after twelve cops were shot - and FIVE killed - during furious nationwide protests over U.S. police shootings of two black men that ended in a four hour stand-off

This one is starting to stink already!

Authorities have identified the shooter as Micah Xavier Johnson, a 25-year-old from Texas with no criminal history or ties to terror groups. He allegedly claimed to have acted alone, countering previous reports that as many as four gunmen were involved in the massacre. Three other suspects were taken into custody at the scene Thursday night, but Chief Brown refused to go into detail about these arrests. However, he said that his department is still not certain that everyone involved in the attack.

Jul 08 00:03

Israeli troops rustle 450 goats from southern Lebanon

Qassem Hashem on Wednesday, the Israeli troops snatched his goats and relocated them to the Israeli-occupied section of the Shebaa Farms.

UN peacekeepers and Lebanese troops are currently trying to retrieve the stolen livestock.

Jul 07 23:59

Dallas protest turns violent, 5 officers dead LIVE UPDATES

Five officers have been killed and six wounded as protests which took place in the wake of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile’s fatal shootings turned to extreme violence in downtown Dallas. A total 11 of officers have been shot.
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Jul 07 22:30

Gun Battle Between Dallas Police and Snipers on Video

DALLAS — At least two snipers opened fire on police officers in Dallas on Thursday night, killing four officers and injuring seven others during protests over two recent fatal police shootings of black men, police said.

Dallas Police Chief David Brown told reporters the snipers fired “ambush style” upon the officers. Mayor Mike Rawlings said one member of the public was wounded in the gunfire.

Jul 07 22:11

Dallas Police: Snipers Shoot 11 Officers, 4 Dead

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A peaceful protest against nationwide officer-involved shootings took a sinister turn at about 9 p.m. Thursday night after snipers shot 11 police officers, killing four, according to Dallas Police Chief Brown.

“Some officers were shot in the back,” said Chief Brown, who added during a press conference that they believe a bomb may be hidden somewhere downtown.

Police named Mark Hughes, whose brother is one of the organizers of the rally as a person of interest. He later turned himself in. Another alleged suspect was in a shootout with SWAT officers before he was taken into custody late Thursday night. SWAT found a suspicious package near him and the DPD bomb squad secured it.

Jul 07 22:07

Multiple officers killed in shootings during protests in Dallas

DALLAS — Four officers were killed in downtown Dallas as crowds protested the fatal shootings of two African-American men by police in Louisiana and Minnesota, authorities said.

A total of 10 police officers were shot during the protests, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said. An 11th was shot during an exchange of gunfire with one of the suspects, and the officer was transported to the hospital, authorities said.

Jul 07 22:04

4 Dallas police officers killed, more wounded at Black Lives Matter protest

DALLAS, July 7 (UPI) -- Four Dallas-area police officers have been killed and eight others wounded Thursday night after being shot sniper-style during a protest over black men being shot by police officers in Minnesota and Louisiana, authorities said.

The shootings occurred as protesters moved about two blocks from Dealey Plaza.

Jul 07 17:55

"Causes and Necessity of taking up Arms" 1775. Are we there yet?

"Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of taking up Arms" written July 6, 1775, was a declaration by the Representatives of the United Colonies of North-America setting forth the causes and necessity of their taking up arms.
Based on this document compared with our situation in the United States today, how close are we to the situation that our forefathers had when they declared they were taking arms?

Four basic reasons given for taking arms against the King of England.
1. The Legislature must show "an inordinate passion" for unjustifiable power that is rejected by the constitution.
2. The people are not successful in legal contests against the Government in regards to truth and laws.

3. Our politicians and leaders, can't be chosen by the people (ie. no vote or fixed voting), are exempt from the laws and are not subject to the people's control.

4. The people have to have tried peaceful means of changing the government for at least ten years without results.

Jul 07 12:26

Juno was a success—but there is precious little coming after it

uno's insertion into orbit around Jupiter on July 4th made the US proud of its space agency, and NASA's planetary exploration program has certainly had a nice run during the last year. New Horizons revealed Pluto, and now a spacecraft will soon deliver new insights about the Solar System's largest planet.

But the party is just about over. NASA, and more particularly the Obama administration, have failed to invest in future planetary science missions. Earlier this year, I had a chance to catch up with Casey Dreier, director of space policy for The Planetary Society, which as its name implies advocates for increased exploration of the Solar System. Although generally an ally to the science-minded Obama administration—the society's chief executive Bill Nye often hobnobs with the president—Dreier did not mince words about the The Planetary Society's views.

Jul 07 12:04

Hillary Clinton Backs Monsanto: Claims that “To Be Anti-Monsanto” Is to Be “Pro Global-Warming”

On June 27th, I reported Hillary Clinton’s having privately told GMO industry lobbyists, on 25 June 2014, that the federal government should subsidize GMO firms in order to enable them to buy “insurance against risk,” and that without such federal subsidies, “this [insurance] is going to be an increasing challenge” for the industry to afford. I also reported that, in an interview she did immediately afterward with the GMO industry’s lobbying organization’s (the Biotechnology Industry Organization’s, or BIO’s) head, she compared the opponents of GMOs to the opponents of action in response to global warming; she said, in effect, that both environmental groups are ignoramuses who don’t know what scientists are saying about both the ’safety’ of GMOs and the dangers of global warming.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It's all about the money for Clinton, and not safety of what GMOS create.

Alleged "science" can be bought in the 21st century. So, if these alleged GMO corporate-funded 'bio-scientists' want to prove their statements correct, I have a modest proposal for them, and for Secretary Clinton as well,; have yourselves, your partners, and kids eating GMO foods for one year, and see if this happens to you:

Shock findings in new GMO study: Rats fed lifetime of GM corn grow horrifying tumors, 70% of females die early Wednesday, September 19, 2012 by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Editor of NaturalNews.com (See all articles...) Tags: GMO study, cancer tumors, organ damage Facebook (110,677)Twitter GMO study (Natural News) Eating genetically modified corn (GM corn) and consuming trace levels of Monsanto's Roundup chemical fertilizer caused rats to develop horrifying tumors, widespread organ damage, and premature death. That's the conclusion of a shocking new study that looked at the long-term effects of consuming Monsanto's genetically modified corn. The study has been deemed "the most thorough research ever published into the health effects of GM food crops and the herbicide Roundup on rats." News of the horrifying findings is spreading like wildfire across the internet, with even the mainstream media seemingly in shock over the photos of rats with multiple grotesque tumors... tumors so large the rats even had difficulty breathing in some cases. GMOs may be the new thalidomide. "Monsanto Roundup weedkiller and GM maize implicated in 'shocking' new cancer study" wrote The Grocery, a popular UK publication. (http://www.thegrocer.co.uk/topics/technology...) It reported, "Scientists found that rats exposed to even the smallest amounts, developed mammary tumors and severe liver and kidney damage as early as four months in males, and seven months for females." The Daily Mail reported, "Fresh row over GM foods as French study claims rats fed the controversial crops suffered tumors." (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/artic...) It goes on to say: "The animals on the GM diet suffered mammary tumors, as well as severe liver and kidney damage. The researchers said 50 percent of males and 70 percent of females died prematurely, compared with only 30 percent and 20 percent in the control group." The study, led by Gilles-Eric Seralini of the University of Caen, was the first ever study to examine the long-term (lifetime) effects of eating GMOs. You may find yourself thinking it is absolutely astonishing that no such studies were ever conducted before GM corn was approved for widespread use by the USDA and FDA, but such is the power of corporate lobbying and corporate greed. The study was published in The Food & Chemical Toxicology Journal and was just presented at a news conference in London.

Seralini was later vindicated in his studies, and his science, in a French lawsuit:

Professor Séralini, Who Showed that GMOs Cause Tumors in Rats, Vindicated by French Court in Second Lawsuit Monsanto has been dealt a stunning defeat in a French Court: Judge declares professor correct in claims that his studies showed that GMO foods cause tumors in rats In a huge blow to Monsanto, a French court has declared that French professor Gilles-Eric Séralini was in fact right when he claimed that GMO foods fed to rats caused tumors. The original article outlining the study was pulled from the journal Food and Toxicology, but only after fierce, ugly warfare being waged against the journal and Séralini by–you guessed it–Monsanto.

The ‘frankenfood’ giant even managed to insert a former company employee in the strategic position of Associate Editor for Biotechnology at the journal, where he worked tirelessly to convince the powers-that-be to pull the story. Two years down the road, Séralini has republished his findings at a different peer-reviewed journal, Environmental Sciences Europe, and he is basking in the glory of vindication on the heels of the latest court ruling in his favor.

So, everyone who insists this crud is safe to eat, please eat all of it you want; intelligent people, who understand the science, will avoid it like the plague, thank you very much.

Jul 07 11:49

PABLO ESCOBAR’S HIPPOS KEEP HAVING SEX AND NO ONE IS SURE HOW TO STOP THEM

When drug kingpin Pablo Escobar was killed by the Colombian National Police in 1993, he left a vast and bloody legacy in his wake. The Medellín Cartel boss is regarded as one of the most prolific criminals in history, and is notorious for having built a cocaine-fueled empire on the bodies of thousands of murdered individuals. But El Patrón is also remembered by more than 50 hippopotamuses (Hippopotamus amphibius) that currently roam free near his palatial estate, Hacienda Nápoles. Escobar’s captive hippos were never meant for the rivers and estuaries of northern Colombia, yet since his death they’ve behaved as wild animals are wont to: by vigorously breeding and multiplying, slowly establishing themselves as the largest invasive species in the world.

Jul 07 11:29

VA Hospitals Will Continue to Reject Medical Marijuana

Although Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner recently signed a bill into law allowing patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to participate in the state’s medical marijuana program, reports indicate that the brass overseeing Veterans Affairs Hospitals throughout the state will not allow any of its physicians to discuss the herb with patients suffering from this disorder.

Last week, just days after a Cook County Judge ordered the state to include PTSD as a qualified condition under the state’s medical marijuana program, Governor Rauner swooped in and put his signature on a bill, which received overwhelming support this year in the General Assembly, expanding the Illinois medical marijuana pilot program to allow patients with PTSD and terminal illnesses to purchase cannabis from their friendly neighborhood dispensary. Rauner’s signature also guarantees the program will continue to function until at least 2020.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is, indeed, a testament to just how firmly the pharmaceutical-industrial complex has their claws firmly gripping the really sensitive areas of the Federal Government's "tender regions".

It's all about the money.

What the Pharmaceutical industry should do is is invest in creating some better pot, to get a decent market share of the business, instead of preventing people desperately in need of the plant's benefits from getting it.

This move, on the part of the VA, is making itself, and Big Pharma look collectively like the nether end of a donkey.

Jul 07 11:06

Charles Joseph Bonaparte

This is the guy who founded the FBI under Teddy Roosevelt's direction.
The FBI is based on the French Secret Police.And yeah this guy is a Naploeon descendant!

Jul 07 09:37

Activists Expose Monsanto’s Senate Lackeys Minutes Before DARK Act Vote

By Nadia Prupis

Just before a controversial genetically modified (GM or GMO) labeling bill came up for a cloture vote in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, food and consumer advocates dropped over $2,000 on the chamber floor in a symbolic protest against what they are calling the “Deny Americans the Right to Know” (DARK) Act.

The action aimed to highlight the fact that senators who took money from biotechnology giants like Monsanto are voting against majority public opinion, as recent polls have found that roughly 90 percent of Americans want labels on GMO foods...

Jul 07 09:06

Chipotle's stock is down after claims of food-poisoning incidents in Manhattan

Chipotle's stock is falling, after two tweets about another potential E. coli incident at the chain.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Funny how all these "accidents" started right after Chipotle's announced a GMO-free menu!

Jul 07 08:05

Three astronauts blast off for ISS in upgraded Soyuz craft

Three astronauts blasted off into the early morning sky in an upgraded Soyuz spacecraft from Russia's Baikonur cosmodrome Thursday, heading towards the International Space Station.

First-time astronauts Kathleen Rubins of NASA and Takuya Onishi of the Japanese space agency set off for a four-month mission at the ISS with Russian cosmonaut Anatoly Ivanishin at around 0136 GMT.

"All is well on board!" said mission control in comments relayed by NASA TV, which broadcast footage of the launch in Kazakhstan.

Footage also showed Ivanishin and Onishi giving each other fist bumps to celebrate the successful launch.

Jul 06 15:48

Putin isn't crazy! Hillary is!

I don't know if or when Putin will release those emails. How ever if I were him I would think this,"How do you blackmail an insane person drunk with power." You can't! Hillary is a loose cannon. She has gotten away with this email thing for now. Releasing more emails after she becomes president wont stop this looney. Putin I don't think can take that chance.

Jul 06 15:31

PA: URGENT ALERT Allegheny County Health Department trying to MANDATE HPV VACCINE for all 7th grade boys and girls. Take Action!

In what appears to be an unprecedented move, the Allegheny County Health Department (Pittsburgh) is considering a MANDATE that would REQUIRE all 7th grade boys and girls to receive the HPV VACCINE before being admitted to school. Given that the HPV (Human papillomavirus) is sexually transmitted, not contagious in a school setting, and already available to anyone who wants it, this proposed mandate is totally unnecessary for the health of school children.

Jul 06 12:36

Toxic Heavy Metals In Air, Food And Water: Is Technology To Blame?

Ever since I began studying nutrition and holistic health sciences in the 1970s, I’ve been concerned about the irresponsible ways certain elements on the Periodic Table are used by science, technology, agriculture, food processing, and even medicine. Recent revelations of toxic heavy metals, e.g., lead in Flint, Michigan’s municipal water…

Jul 06 10:14

Robotic Rectum To Further Prostate Cancer Research

Scientists have created a robotic rectum and paired it with 3D imaging software to give medical students a life-like model which provides the experience of performing a real rectal exam.

Jul 06 10:08

WHY THE WAR ON DRUGS IS A HUGE FAILURE

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The war on drugs has been an epic fail because it has been engineered to fail.

The little country of Portugal has been an absolute trail-blazer on this issue.

What they did was completely decririminalise small amounts of drugs for personal use, then urge counseling to get off the drugs; that approach worked, and continues to work today. Fewer kids are getting hooked, and it's all good.

Of course the intelligent, rational thing to do would be to decririminalise all drugs, and make them available by prescription, taking the profit motive out of the equation.

Of course, THAT...would be logical.

Jul 06 09:08

Federal Judge Rules Lawsuit Against Monsanto Can Proceed

In another blow to Monsanto Co’s already tarnished public image, a former Kona coffee grower will be allowed to sue the biotechnology giant for possibly contributing to her cancer diagnosis. Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide has been subject to heavy scrutiny following studies linking the herbicide to non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

Jul 06 08:39

Groundbreaking Study Shows Cannabis Can Counter Alzheimer’s Disease

By Justin Gardner

As the baby boom generation begins to reach age 65 and beyond, the number of people with Alzheimer’s disease is escalating rapidly. This debilitating condition causes deterioration of thinking skills and memory, leading to the inability to recognize loved ones or carry out basic tasks. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S.

About 5.4 million Americans now live with Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is expected to rise to 13.8 million by 2050 if no prevention or cure is developed. Fortunately, medical research is beginning to understand the mechanisms of the disease, which is paving the way for treatments...

Jul 06 08:28

Court Strikes Down Obama Health Care Rule on Insurance Standards

A federal appeals court has ruled that consumers must be allowed to buy certain types of health insurance that do not meet the stringent standards of the Affordable Care Act, deciding that the administration had gone beyond the terms of federal law.

The court struck down a rule issued by the Obama administration that barred the sale of such insurance as a separate stand-alone product.

Jul 06 08:25

14th Obamacare co-op collapses

Connecticut's taxpayer-funded Obamacare health insurer will close due to minimal federal funding, becoming the 14th consumer-operated and oriented plan to shut down.

The state's insurance regulator took over HealthyCT, the state's Obamacare co-op, on Tuesday due to financial problems. The co-op, created to spur more competition on Obamacare's marketplaces, is the 14th out of 23 nationwide to shut down since they were created in 2014.

Now only nine co-ops remain.

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Jul 06 07:44

BANNED “Man Made Epidemic” Film Available Online

Last month, we reported on “Man Made Epidemic”, a European production shot in the UK, Germany, Belgium and Italy, which experienced the same censorship and vilification as “Vaxxed” with Tribeca. The film was also pulled from a famous film festival in London a few weeks ago because of intense outside pressure.

We believe that “Man Made Epidemic” is a timely and important film that contributes to the discussion regarding vaccine safety.

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