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Jun 20 08:08

WIRELESS CARRIERS HOPE YOU WON'T NOTICE THEIR LOCATION DATA SCANDAL MAKES THE FACEBOOK, CAMBRIDGE FRACAS LOOK LIKE AMATEUR HOUR

When the Facebook, Cambridge Analytica scandal broke, we noted that however bad you thought that scandal was (and it certainly was bad), it couldn't hold a candle to the routine privacy abuses that have occurred in the telecom sector for the better part of the last few decades. From charging consumers hundreds of additional dollars annually to opt out of snoopvertising, to the use of private user financial data to justify providing even worse customer service, the broadband industry has long been the poster child for privacy abuses without much in the way of practical public penalty.

Jun 20 00:43

Big Pharma vaccine billionaire just bought the LA Times… yet another example of the media being run by pharma

The latest example of Big Pharma taking over the media is the purchase of the Los Angeles Times and the San Diego Tribune for $500 million by Big Pharma billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong. Instead of paying for advertisements, pharma billionaires have decided to just buy the publications outright so they can control the entire publication. All the journalists here are now officially bought; these publications should officially be recognized as propaganda rags from now on.

Jun 19 21:43

The Number One Thing Psychiatry Can Learn from Shamanism

Something important is missing from the psychiatric model of ‘mental illness.’

Jun 19 21:35

Currently the Best Known Life Extender on the Planet

C60 (Carbon 60) is the newest health sensation in the natural health and longevity worlds.

Jun 19 09:14

U.S. HEALTHCARE RANKED WORST IN THE DEVELOPED WORLD. AND YET, WE SPEND FAR MORE ON HEALTHCARE THAN ANYONE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD

Of the eleven developed nations evaluated by the Commonwealth Fund, the United States comes in dead last on healthcare.

Every three years, the Commonwealth Fund releases a report ranking the healthcare systems of 11 of the world’s developed nation. And every three years, it seems, the United States comes in dead last.

Last released in 2017, the report showed for the sixth time that the U.S. healthcare system is in dire need of a makeover, citing the inequity of access as the most glaring problem.

Via Newsweek:

The Commonwealth Fund focused on care process, access, administrative efficiency, equity and health care outcomes, studying 72 indicators within those fields. The 11 countries analyzed were Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, let me get my head around this; the US pays the most for its healthcare, yet has the worst outcome, of the countries studied.

What's wrong with this picture?!?

EVERYTHING!!

Jun 18 15:47

Israeli use of live fire in Gaza Strip creates unprecedented crisis: Red Cross

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says Israeli troops’ unrestricted use of live ammunition against unarmed Palestinian protesters in the besieged Gaza Strip has left the enclave’s health workers struggling to cope with an unprecedented crisis.

More than 130 Palestinians, including 14 children, have so far been killed by Israeli troops since the Great March of Return rallies commenced in the blockaded sliver on March 30. Some 13,300 Palestinians also sustained wounds, of them 300 are currently in a critical condition.

Robert Mardini, the regional director for the Middle East at the ICRC, further said at a press conference on Monday that the “vast majority” of more than 13,000 hospitalized demonstrators had suffered severe injuries, including multiple gunshot wounds.

“This is I think a crisis of unprecedented magnitude in the Gaza Strip,” Mardini said, adding that he was in talks with the Israeli military in a bid to minimize civilian harm.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh, you mean So now, the IDF will allow aid workers to evacuate the wounded to safety, the same kinds of activities which got Gazan First Responder Razan al-Najjar assassinated?!?

Razan al-Najjar: 21-year-old Palestinian medic who became a symbol in Gaza

Jun 18 08:42

200 Ordinary Medications Cause Depression and Suicidal Thoughts: Are YOU Taking One of Them?

A new study shows that more than 200 prescription and OTC medications actually CAUSE depression and suicidal thoughts. Are YOU taking any of the drugs on this list?

Jun 18 08:38

Audi CEO Arrested As Diesel-Emissions Scandal Spreads

Munich prosecutors have arrested Audi CEO Rupert Stadler, also a member of parent company Volkswagen's board, on concerns he might try to suppress evidence, in what is the highest-profile arrest of a Volkswagen executive since the diesel emissions scandal exploded into public view nearly three years ago.

The arrest comes a month after Audi admitted that another 60,000 A6 and A7 models with diesel engines could have "software emissions issues," and more than two months after Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller stepped down and was replaced by Herbert Diess, formerly the CEO of the company's core VW unit, according to the BBC.

Jun 17 20:47

FLU VACCINE IS THE MOST DANGEROUS VACCINE IN THE U. S. BASED ON SETTLED CASES FOR INJURIES

The last report issued in 2013 by the Department of Justice (Vaccine Court), for compensation made by the Health and Human Services for people injured or killed by vaccines, was released in December 2013, covering the period of 8/16/2013 through 11/15/2013. There were 139 claims settled during this time period, with 70 of them being compensated. So, just over 50% of the claims filed for vaccine damages were compensated during this period.

Jun 17 16:45

ALERT: Kellogg’s Cereal Recall Due to Salmonella

The FDA has warned of a multistate salmonella outbreak that has been traced back to a popular Kellogg's cereal. So far, the outbreak has affected 73 people in 31 states.

Jun 16 13:11

Many Ordinary Meds Cause Depression – Public Trust in Pharma Hits New Low

For years, I’ve been writing about the medical system’s self-feeding mechanism: Give a patient a drug to treat his symptoms; the drug causes new symptoms, which are diagnosed as a new illness; and then new drugs are given, and those drugs cause still more symptoms, which in turn are diagnosed as a new condition…on and on it goes.

Jun 16 09:50

Founder of ‘revolutionary’ blood-testing startup Theranos charged with fraud

Theranos was once a $9 billion Silicon Valley wonder that promised to revolutionize blood testing. Holmes would appear at events alongside Alibaba CEO Jack Ma and former President Bill Clinton. Its board of directors included future Defense Secretary James Mattis, former Secretaries of State George Schultz and Henry Kissinger, and two former senators, among others.

That all changed in 2015, when Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou exposed the fact that the company’s miracle technology did not actually work. Carreyrou’s book about Theranos, titled ‘Bad Blood,’ was published in May.

Jun 16 08:58

DO YOU KNOW WHO’S USING YOUR DNA DATA?

You’re in search of your roots, on a quest to uncover your ancestors. You submit DNA to a public genealogy service and in exchange get information about your people. Success! But from a constitutional perspective, in the U.S., you’re also abandoning evidence, which means criminal investigators can use your data. They don’t need a search warrant and you have no reasonable expectation of privacy.

Jun 15 18:04

Apple to boost production of its cheaper new iPhones amid claims it has 'low expectations' for the top of the range iPhone X followup, report claims

Apple may prioritize cheaper iPhone models when it releases its next batch of devices this fall.

The tech giant is slated to release three new models, two of which will have a higher price point, and another that will be more affordable, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources close to the situation.

However, Apple is expected to bump up production for the cheaper device, as it believes consumers are more likely to favor the affordable model.

Jun 15 11:16

Hart County grandmother kills rabid bobcat with bare hands

Check the cost of her first round of Rabies shots! Outrageous!

A rabid bobcat recently attacked a Hart County grandmother in her yard, spurring a furious battle that ended with the cat’s strangulation death.

Phillips’ cousin Amy Leann Mize has set up an account in Fundly.com to raise money for Phillips medical expenses as the first round of rabies shots already have cost her $10,000. She also faces expenses for treatments to her wounds.

Jun 15 08:57

Do NOT update your iPhone: Frustrated Apple users are complaining that iOS 11.4 is killing their batteries

If you haven't updated your iPhone to iOS 11.4 yet, you may want to hold off a bit longer.

Frustrated Apple users are complaining that the software update is killing their batteries.

One angry user wrote on Reddit that it caused their battery to drain up to 25% faster, while others say they are constantly having to charge their phone.

Apple has not yet revealed what is causing the problem or how to fix it.

Jun 15 06:58

USE A PHONE? YOUR PRIVATE LIFE HAS SUDDENLY EXPLODED

Evidence surfaced recently -- proof -- that each of us, that every one of us with a cellphone, might as well have a corresponding dot moving and blinking in real time, geolocated on a map somewhere.

Jun 15 04:42

Here's Why Massachusetts Retail Marijuana Shops May Not Open July 1 As Planned

With two and a half weeks to go before legal marijuana shops were expected to open in Massachusetts, the Cannabis Control Commission has not granted a single license.

"We're going to get it right," Cannabis Control Commission Chairman Steven Hoffman said Thursday. "If that means we have few or no stores on July 1 and it takes a few more weeks, I hope and expect that everyone in the state believes it's the right thing to do. We believe it's the right thing to do."

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Jun 14 18:25

'Naggy' Tesla Autopilot update following fatal crash leaves owners 'confused and frustrated' by telling them to hold the wheel every 30 seconds

Tesla is updating its Autopilot software to make it clearer when drivers need to have their hands on the wheel.

In the wake of a fatal Tesla crash in California, the electric car maker began flashing warnings in cars every 30 seconds that 'nag' users to 'hold the wheel.'

But many were annoyed and confused when the warnings didn't go away, even after applying a 'white knuckle death grip.'

Now, Tesla boss Elon Musk says Tesla will update the system so it's not so naggy.

Jun 14 18:23

AMAZON HAS ALREADY BEGUN AUTOMATING ITS WHITE-COLLAR JOBS

Algorithms have usurped Amazon’s retail decision-makers.

Jun 14 14:41

YouTube Won't Host Our Homemade Gun Video. So We Posted It on PornHub Instead.

Reason has a new video out today explaining how to put together a homemade handgun using some very simple tools and parts you can buy online. But

Jun 14 12:08

What Is Health Freedom?

By Rosanne Lindsay, ND

Health and Freedom are not just words. Health evokes feelings of wellbeing, vitality, expansion, youthfulness. Freedom is opportunity, peace, liberty, power, movement, abandon, choice. Together they are greater than the sum of their parts. Health Freedom is the ability to express without limits, to access the foods of our choice, choose what we allow into our bodies and our minds, to grow our own food, to speak our truth, to raise children without government interference, to love, to choose healing instead of treatment. Health Freedom is the absence of fear and contraction...

Jun 14 11:48

Uruguay: First Nation To Legalize Marijuana Can’t Keep Up With Demand

By Aaron Kesel

The South American country was the first nation to legalize marijuana in 2013. However, the legal sales of cannabis began just last year and is still struggling to keep users within the law by purchasing from pharmacies...

Jun 14 10:35

Psychedelics Shown to Heal Damaged Brain Cells from Depression

More evidence of the medical efficacy of psychedelic medicines.

Jun 14 10:34

Cannabis Extract Fights ‘Incurable Form’ of Leukemia

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

Jun 13 23:42

Your Incredibly Shrinking Dollar

Over the last 12 months, the purchasing power of your dollar has dropped at the fastest rate since 2011. According to the latest data released by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) jumped by 2.8% year-over-year in May. That follows on the heels of a 2.5% leap year-over-year in April. In other words, prices are going up. That’s not good news for people who buy stuff.

Jun 12 18:00

The Class Issues Facing Autoworkers As UAW Constitutional Convention Opens

With the quadrennial convention of the United Auto Workers (UAW) set to open Monday in Detroit, there are signs of an upsurge in militancy on the part of US autoworkers. An explosion of anger against a sweetheart deal between the UAW and General Motors to bring low paid subcontract workers in the Lordstown Assembly plant in advance of the layoff of 1,500 workers and a similar deal at Lake Orion Assembly were followed by a spontaneous walkout by Ford Flat Rock Assembly workers after a supervisor tried to restart the line following the horrific injury of a veteran worker.

Jun 12 17:52

Questionable Tactics Used in Vaccine ‘Safety’ Testing

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

Jun 12 13:21

INTUIT CREDIT CARD SERVICE SHUTS DOWN PAYMENTS ON ALL GUN PURCHASES

Several gun-related businesses were suddenly — and without warning — disrupted in recent weeks when Intuit stopped processing credit card payments because sales were gun-related, The Post has learned.

Jun 12 12:21

Sheriffs warn of recent phony cop scams

Sheriffs across central New York are warning residents of phone scams in which callers claiming to be sheriff's deputies demand money over the phone.

Within the Daily Star's coverage area, reports have been filed in Otsego and Chenango counties.

According to department officials, the callers claim to be from the civil division of the sheriff's department requesting a fine be paid.

Otsego County Sheriff Richard Devlin Jr. said three or four people have filed reports where the caller informs the victim that they have missed jury duty and must pay a fine to avoid court.

Devlin cautioned that the callers are claiming to be deputies but are not always giving the same reason for the fine.

Jun 11 11:53

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

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

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

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

Jun 11 11:45

BEEKEEPERS FILE A COMPLAINT AGAINST BAYER AFTER GLYPHOSATE WAS DISCOVERED IN HONEY

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

Jun 11 10:41

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

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

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

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

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

Jun 11 09:06

Earn $3,500 As Human Vaccine Test Subject At St. Louis Hotel

That’s right, a St. Louis University research team is so desperate to test out new flu vaccines that they are willing to pay people to stay in a flu infested hotel and eventually get a flu shot. The flu virus will be shot as a nasal spray inside of your nose. Following that, you will either get a real flu shot or a placebo. The research team will then monitor your symptoms of the flu and decide how effective the flu vaccine is. There are 24 hotel rooms at the Salus Center ready to host this flu-vention.

Jun 10 12:00

FACEBOOK ONLY PRETENDED TO SHUT DOWN ACCESS TO FRIENDS' DATA IN 2015, QUIETLY CONTINUED ACCESS FOR ITS FAVORED PARTNERS

Facebook opened up access to friends' data through its API in a bid to attract developers to its platform, but in 2015, it incurred those developers' wrathwhen it pulled the rug out from under them, killing the API calls that allowed apps to mine their users' friends' data.

Jun 10 09:28

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

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

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

Jun 10 08:23

TRADE-WAR DRUMS: IS MEXICO READY TO FIRE AT THE US CORN BELT?

Mexico, the birthplace of maize, is dangerously hooked on U.S. imports of largely transgenic strains of the crop. In 2017 it was the third biggest importer of corn in the world, behind the EU and Japan, purchasing 15.2 million tonnes of the foodstuff, most of it from U.S. farmers and agribusinesses. But that could soon change.

Jun 09 15:56

Nestle's Water Grab

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

Jun 08 11:09

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

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

This is a huge threat to our food supply.

Jun 08 11:08

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

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

Jun 08 11:07

The Surprising Truth About Food and Flavor

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

Jun 08 08:54

Apple hit with another faulty hardware lawsuit – this time it's the Watch

Apple has been hit by another lawsuit claiming faulty manufacturing, this time over its Apple Watch.

Kenneth Sciacca from Colorado has sued the tech giant in its home state of California claiming that Apple was aware of an issue in all the generations of its smart watch that can cause its screen to crack or detach, through no fault of the owner.

Jun 07 12:56

Sinister Occult Logos Used by Technology Corporations

Remember, the insignia and hidden meaning behind corporate occult logos is seen by the corporations owning them with their products as a symbolic representation that they control a deaf, dumb and blind public who are totally unaware of what is going on. The sinister and creepy occult logos used by corporations in technology are no exception.

Jun 07 12:55

Who are the Real ‘Quacks’ and ‘Snake Oil’ Salesmen?

Who exactly are the modern quacks and snake-oil salesmen of today? One guess.

Jun 07 10:51

Cell Phone Companies Warning Shareholders – Not Customers – About Health Risks and Potential Lawsuits Based on Harm Caused by Cell Phone and WiFi Radiation Exposure.

By B.N. Frank

According to one recent article, Dr. Devra Davis, president of the Environmental Health Trust stated, “Financial threats from litigation are growing in step with scientific evidence linking phones to health damages.” ...

Jun 07 10:09

Health Canada is Corrupt to the Core Causes Endless Illnesses, Diseases and Premature Deaths

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.” Yet it puts the onus on the technologically uneducated public to prove that esoteric Industry technologies are NOT safe! [2] Adults in Canada will recall how well this same HC protected them and their loved ones from tobacco, asbestos, Thalidomide, leaded gasoline, etc.! For the past 50 years or so, HC’s Radiation Protection Bureau – whose job it is to protect the public from non-ionizing, electro-magnetic field “EMF” radiation, etc. – has allowed itself to become an integral member of what is now a corrupt U.S.

Jun 07 10:08

Police raid scientists who discovered new vaccine dangers Jun7

James Grundvig, at GreenMedInfo.com and the World Mercury Project, reports (3/17/18):

“Last week, the Italian police raided the home and science laboratory of Drs. Antonietta Gatti and Stefano Montanari. The police snatched all of the digital assets owned by the husband and wife team of nanopathologists, grabbing laptops, computers, and flash-drives—and with it, years of work and research.”

Jun 07 08:18

If The Doctor's Fake, What About The Rest Of The Ad?

(*A legitimate question , deserving a legitimate answer !)

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 05 17:08

NZ Family appeals to Government for change after medical cannabis costs plunge them into debt

A family which has begun dipping into its retirement savings to pay for their son's medical cannabis treatment has made an emotional plea to Government to make the drug more affordable and accessible.

Ollie Venables, 22, is autistic, intellectually disabled, and has mild spastic cerebral palsy. He is in near-constant pain and suffered from muscle spasms and other side effects while on previous medications.

His parents, Shelly and Brett Venables, are among a small group of New Zealanders who have successfully navigated the fraught process to obtaining one of the two legal cannabis medications on the market, a CBD oil made by Tilray.

But the Invercargill family say they have had to begin spending their Kiwisaver – which can be accessed on hardship grounds - to pay for the medication.

Jun 05 14:48

Millions of people unwittingly help build the worlds largest DNA database

Millions of semi-conscious consumers, most of whom were probably outraged and appalled by recent privacy scandal outbreaks involving companies like Facebook and Equifax, have been casually shipping away the most precious keys to their genetic code and helping ancestry.com compile the worlds largest DNA database. More than 5 million people have already "spit into tubes" and mailed it into ancestry.com's database, according a recent report by the Tampa Bay Times.

Jun 05 14:25

Apple CEO Takes Swipes At Facebook Over Data Collection (Just Don’t Mention Modern Day Slavery)

Apple CEO Tim Cook took multiple swipes at Facebook on Monday over apparent differences in company practices, as the head of the smartphone manufacturing giant seems committed in trying to keep the negative attention on its Silicon Valley rival.

Jun 05 13:57

Tesla “wasting a jaw-dropping amount” of cash

Tesla is reportedly “wasting a jaw-dropping amount” of materials and cash to produce its Model 3 cars.

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 10:06

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 09:55

HACKED: 92 MILLION ACCOUNT DETAILS FOR DNA TESTING SERVICE MYHERITAGE

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.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Not only is information on your DNA subject to hacks: please be aware that Ancestry.com takes your DNA rights away from you, to use them as they please:

Ancestry.com 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 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.

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