Dec 11 12:59

Mount Agung In Bali Erupts SEVEN MORE TIMES Raining Down Ash On Villages

Volcanic ash rained down on the villages which are spotting the countryside in Bali. Mount Agung erupted again sending a massive plume of ash into the sky.

The Bali volcano threat level has been raised to the highest possible level, putting it at a level 4, while the aviation ash warning is now orange. The latest Volcano Observatory Notice for Aviation (VONA) was issued after Mount Agung erupted yesterday morning following several days of calm.

Dec 11 12:39

Bali volcano eruption latest update: Mount Agung sends up plume in shape of clenched fist

The extraordinary pinkish plume was seen over Mount Agung in Bali at 4.56am local time today, according to the National Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB).

BNPB spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho shared the photograph of the plume rising from the volcano on the Indonesian holiday destination.

He said a small eruption sent the clenched hand-like plume up from the crater, while volcanic activity remains high at Mount Agung.

The emission of plumes is becoming increasingly common and he also shared an image of a grey plume stretching 2,500m above the crater at 7.20am local time.

Dec 11 10:31


Another former Facebook executive has spoken out about the harm the social network is doing to civil society around the world. Chamath Palihapitiya, who joined Facebook in 2007 and became its vice president for user growth, said he feels “tremendous guilt” about the company he helped make. “I think we have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works,” he told an audience at Stanford Graduate School of Business, before recommending people take a “hard break” from social media.

Dec 11 10:13

Baby formula maker calls global recall over salmonella fears

Baby milk maker Lactalis and French authorities have ordered a global recall of millions of products over fears of salmonella bacteria contamination.

The French company, one of the world's largest dairy groups, said it was warned by health authorities in France that 26 infants have become sick since Dec. 1.

Dec 11 10:10

DNA Testing Companies Admit Tampering White Profiles To ‘Screw With Racists’

23andMe & Ancestry adding fake African ancestry to white customer profiles

Dec 11 10:09

Look up this week! Stunning Geminids meteor shower is set to peak with up to 120 shooting stars every hour: Here's how to see it

A 3-mile (5 km) wide asteroid, named 3200 Phaethon, will comes 'close' to Earth this week, bringing with it the stunning Geminids meteor shower.

The shower will peak this Wednesday night, December 13th, when up to 120 shooting stars could tear through our skies every hour.

The much-awaited shower is one of the most spectacular celestial events of the year and the shooting stars are bright and easy to spot from all over the world.

Dec 11 10:02

Researchers may have found a link between Alzheimer’s disease and a common class of herbicides

Researchers from France have uncovered what just might be one of the most overlooked causes of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia that most people have probably never even considered: Crop chemicals.

A recent paper published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease takes a closer look at this apparent connection, revealing that a class of herbicides known as triazines appear to increase the body’s production of two amyloid peptides associated with brain degeneration.

These peptides are known as A?42 and A?40, respectively, and Laurent Meijer from ManRos Therapeutics in Roscoff, France, says they’re part of what’s known as the “human chemical exposome,” or HCE – a grouping of more than 85,000 chemical compounds that are known to damage human health.

Dec 11 07:25

ADHD Drugs Greatly Decrease Academic Performance in Children

Children who take mind-altering medications like Ritalin (methylphenidate) and Adderall (amphetamine and dextroamphetamine) for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have been shown in a new peer-reviewed study to perform worse in school than if they weren’t taking the substances at all.

Researchers from Princeton University, Cornell University and the University of Toronto found that the administration of these drugs to children, which is supposedly to help them remain calm and focus in class, actually leaves students at a deficit when it comes to paying attention and learning in a formal academic setting.

These shocking findings, which were published recently in the Journal of Health Economics, reveal that increasing the use of stimulants isn’t helping children any more than loading them up with anti-psychotic medications helps them think more rationally. Once again, pharmaceutical drugs are shown to harm the normal thought process and inhibit natural human cognition.

Dec 11 04:12

This Has Been The Worst Year For California Wildfires In The History Of The State

We have never seen a year like this in the history of the state of California. 

Dec 10 09:52

Wrecks of Japanese and U.S. warships — including first American vessel to fire shot in WWII — found off Philippines

The sunken remains of five Japanese and two U.S. warships — including the vessel that fired the first American shot of World War II — have been found off the Philippines, a team of deep sea explorers funded by billionaire Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul Allen have announced.

Released earlier this week, ahead of the anniversary of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, underwater footage shows one of the ships is the USS Ward, the destroyer that fired the first American shot in the war on the morning of the surprise attack, just outside Pearl Harbor. Its second shot sank a Japanese midget submarine.

Briefing reporters Thursday aboard the research vessel Petrel, docked in the port city of Surigao on the northernmost tip of Mindanao island, the team also presented images of what are believed to be wrecks of the Japanese warships Yamashiro, Fuso, Yamagumo, Asagumo and Michishio, which were found between Nov. 22 and 29 on the Surigao Strait seabed.

Dec 10 09:49

Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered two 3,500-year-old ancient tombs in the southern city of Luxor

Two tombs dating back 3,500 years to the famous Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt have been discovered in the country's south.

Archaeologists found one tomb with five entrances leading to a rectangular hall, and another with a six-metre burial shaft leading to four side chambers.

Work is now being done to restore items found in each tomb, Egypt's Antiquities Ministry said.

Dec 10 09:30

Vaccine Industry in Panic as New Study Reveals Why Flu Shots Don’t Work

The flu shot is a quack science medical hoax. While some vaccines do confer immunization effectiveness, the flu shot isn’t one of them. Recent studies, for example, have proven that flu shots sharply weaken immunity in subsequent years following immunization. In some years, the flu shot viral strains are completely wrong, offering no immunity at all to influenza strains circulating in the world. Even when flu shots are the “right” strain, flu vaccine insert sheets readily admit the shots have not been subjected to double blind placebo controlled studies, and there is no legitimate scientific evidence whatsoever that supports the claim that each year’s flu vaccine confers meaningful immunity. (See photo of the Flulaval vaccine insert sheet, below.)

Dec 10 09:11

Trump 'drinks TWELVE cans of Diet Coke Daily

Donald Trump voraciously drinks Diet Coke, is addicted to watching news and uses TV to manipulate his own moods, insiders say.

From the moment he wakes up, he uses CNN for news, watches Fox News for comfort, and - they suspect - takes in MSNBC's Morning Joe to get himself riled up for the day.

To keep himself in a fighting mood he consumes 12 cans of Diet Coke daily, according to some of the 60 advisers, associates, friends and members of Congress that spoke to The New York Times.

Dec 10 09:00

Satellite that burnt in atmosphere blamed for ruthenium-106 discharge

A satellite that burnt in the atmosphere could have been the source of the radioactive isotope ruthenium-106 whose traces were registered in Russia and some European countries, according to the materials of a probe into the incident released on Friday.

"The source could be attributed, among other things, to the burning in the atmosphere of an artificial satellite or its fragment, on the board of which there was a source of ruthenium-106 with high total activity," says the document released by the inter-departmental commission probing the discharge of the radioactive isotope into the atmosphere.

Dec 10 06:19

Investigation finds Swedish scientists committed scientific misconduct

Probe centered on controversial paper that claimed microplastic pollution harms fish.

Two Swedish scientists have been found guilty of "misconduct in research" in a paper that they published in Science1 and later retracted. Their highly publicized work had suggested that tiny particles of plastic in the ocean harm fish.

The misconduct ruling was made by an investigative board from Uppsala University in Sweden, where the researchers work.

Dec 09 11:51

Machines take another big step to superintelligence

The next step in computer evolution is machine learning. Practical applications, such as self-driving cars, are moving from science fiction to daily news. But the leading edge is further ahead, with achievements that look like small miracles.

Dec 09 08:38

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Dec 08 17:11

Safe or dangerous? The FDA is wishy washy about drug safety — the whole system is about money, not health

In 2014, global annual pharmaceutical revenues exceeded $1 trillion for the first time in history, with most of these revenues being generated in the United States.

Dec 08 11:02


Live video coverage from KTLA 5 in Los Angeles. After a new conflagration started overnight, there are now 6 wildfires burning out of control.


Dec 08 10:36


GcMAF (Glycoprotein Macrophage Activating Factor) is a protein made by our body and is pretty much the ‘director’ of our immune system. Our immune system is our bodies defence system against viruses and other pathogens. As healthy persons we all produce thousands of cancer cells every day.

Think about it, we are all in constant contact with so many different surfaces and substances, that usually have been touched, held, passed, excreted, or felt by another or many living beings. Viruses and bacteria can easily find their way inside our bodies. In a sense, cancer is much more present to us than we think. But because we have a protein called GcMAF those cancer cells are destroyed every day. It activates our bodies macrophages, which are cells originating from monocytes, a type of white blood cell. It would make sense then for the immune system of a healthy person to be robust and strong, given how often we are exposed to such dangers.

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Here is the kicker. Some of these now dead doctors discovered that vaccines contain Nagalase. There is no legitimate reason for that protein to be in vaccines. It has no beneficial effect. Is it there so that vaccines will destroy our natural ability to fight off illness, to make us dependent on the medical-industrial complex?

Dec 08 09:16

Being polite to the elderly is bad for their health; they need to stand up, walk further, carry their own packages, expert claims

Are you doing senior citizens more harm than good by offering them your seat on the bus?

Dec 08 08:47

Man Sues Medical Centers for HIV Misdiagnosis

A man in Chengdu, Southwest China's Sichuan Province who was misdiagnosed with HIV has decided to sue the two involved disease control centers after a seven-year "wait for death."

Zhong Xiaowei, 54, said on Friday that he was seeking an apology and compensation from two Chengdu centers for disease control and prevention, reported on Monday.

Zhong's blood was taken for a premarital checkup at Chengdu Center for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2008. That sample was forwarded to Sichuan Center for Disease Control and Prevention, a provincial laboratory, where the blood sample was tested and where Zhong was diagnosed HIV positive.

Seeking to hasten the onset of his death, Zhong refused free HIV drugs at a community hospital for the next seven years, the report said. He decided to "wait for death," he told the Shanghai-based news portal.

Dec 08 08:06

Killer whales are hunting fishing boats like prey

Fishing boats are coming under attack by an unlikely band of marauders bent on stealing their cargo.

Killer whales have reportedly been zeroing in on boats from the Gulf of Alaska to Aleutian Island to the Bering Sea — sometimes trailing them for days on end.

And when those nets are teeming with the day’s catch, they make their move, sawing through twine and feasting on the cargo.

Dec 08 07:52


That is approximately twice the normal daily number, and much of the shaking has taken place in the southern part of the state

Dec 07 20:53

Flashback: Child abuse: Austrialian doctors subject 4-year-old to sex change surgery

In what is easily one of the most outrageous examples of child abuse in modern history, parents in Australia have actually consented to their four-year-old child's request to change sexes – and then found a doctor willing to go along with the craziness.

As reported by Yahoo news, the child – whose birth sex was not released by Australian education officials over privacy concerns – is the youngest in the country's history to have self-acclaimed "gender dysphoria" and sought to change sexes.

But that's not all. Yahoo 7, citing The Daily Telegraph, reported that children as young as three are also claiming gender dysphoria, and are being referred to state hospitals for sex-change treatment in New South Wales.

Dec 07 16:57

RAW VIDEO | More Wildfires Strike Los Angeles

Very intense footage. I used to live within a few miles of this fire. I always knew one day the whole area would go up in flames. Blame the EPA, and their restriction on controlled burns.


Dec 07 16:54

How to handle surprise medical bills

Cooper’s experience illustrates a side-effect of the fragmentation of America’s health care system that can hurt patients at their most vulnerable. Nearly a third of privately insured Americans received a surprise medical bill — where their health plan paid less than expected — in the past two years, according to a Consumer Reports National Research Center survey, with the bills often coming from doctors outside their health plan network.

Meanwhile, there is no federal regulation protecting consumers from surprise bills, although legislation was proposed by a Texas congressman this fall. While roughly a quarter of states have laws on the books, they don’t protect everyone in every situation. (Check this map by Consumers Union to see where your state stands.) Preventing such surprises is hard even with care, and the work needed to try to fix them requires time and money.

Dec 07 16:32

5,100-year-old Hydraulic System Found in China is the Oldest in the World

Four years of excavations have unearthed an immense water engineering project created in China about 5,100 years ago. This predates the oldest known comparable system; which is from Mesopotamia and dates to around 4,900 years ago.

It only took about a decade for the estimated 3,000 people to build the water management system and researchers needed almost half that time to excavate it. Newsweek reports that researchers were working at the site from 2009 to 2013. The team used archaeological samples, remote sensing data, geographic modeling, and satellite imagery while trying to discern how water was managed in the Yangtze Delta region between 5300 BC and 4300 BC. Speaking on the time estimate for the construction of the engineering project, study author Yijie Zhuang of the University College London, told Newsweek that “the dams were built surprisingly quickly given their sheer scale.”

Dec 07 16:30

End Surprise Medical Bills!

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Check the map at the bottom of the page.

Dec 07 16:23

FLASHBACK 2016 - Leaked WADA documents: US Olympic team players were allowed to take banned substances

Dec 07 14:58


Clyde didn't mess around with Tommy guns firing the little ole.45 ACP, his favorite gun was his chopped down John Browning designed BAR in .30-06 caliber. His whippet gun.
Anybody who let Clyde get into action first was dead,which is why Hamer gave them no chance at all. Clyde more or less had a contract put on him by the governor of Texas for busting his buddies out of the state pen and killing 2 guards. Clyde was raped in prison.
Bonny and Clyde were penny ante crooks who robbed grocery stores and gas stations and maybe one bank.

Dec 07 13:36

Garden of Life Facebook Page

Garden of Life has destroyed their business with their sale to Nestle.
Close to 6,000 comments comparing them to Satan.

Shawna Christian Robinson Garden of Life has been sold to the Devil Himself, Nestle. You can no longer trust this company or its product, mark my words!!! They are now owned by Monsanto and the devil. Seek a different brand!
Like · Reply · 77 · December 5 at 12:08pm
Laura Elliott
Laura Elliott And even if they don't change the product, it's still the devil taking your money!
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Dec 07 13:09

Audit: Texas Paid $5.5 Million In Medicaid Payments To Dead People

Texas’ Health and Human Services Commission paid out $5,521,704 in Medicaid payments to dead people between 2013 and 2015. This is according to a 2017 audit from the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General.

Dec 07 13:06

Pentagon revealed as top funder of controversial gene editing tech

The US military is the world’s top funder of a controversial gene editing technology capable of altering global ecosystems. Emails obtained by an environmental advocacy group show that the Pentagon has been secretly funding ‘gene drive’ studies.

Over 1,200 emails obtained through a freedom of information request by the ETC Group, a research and advocacy organization that focuses on ecological and agricultural issues, shed new light on gene drive research conducted by the shadowy Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

The US Department of Defense has pumped at least $100 million into a controversial technology known as “gene drives” – $35 million more than previously reported – making the US military the top funder and developer of the gene-modifying tech.

Dec 07 12:08

An asteroid big enough to destroy New York just missed Earth and even NASA didn't notice

AN ASTEROID that had the potential to wreak havoc on Earth recently whizzed passed us and space boffins had no idea it was coming.

The asteroid, known as 2017 VL2, shot by Earth on November 9 and experts did not find out about it until a day later.

The space rock flew by just 73,000 miles from our planet – which is a third of the distance between Earth and the moon.

Experts believe the asteroid is between 16 and 32 metres long, and if it hit Earth, it would have had the potential to flatten a city such as New York.

A recent investigation from Science Alert found that if a 12 metre asteroid were to hit New York it could destroy buildings within six kilometres of the impact.

Dec 07 09:42

Opportunity rover survives Martian winter for eighth time

Emerges without much dust, ready for fourteenth Earth year of ops - rather longer than planned 90-day mission!

Dec 07 09:13

DNA Testing Companies Like 23andme Admit Adding Fake African Ancestry To White Profiles In Order To “Screw With Racists”

When Inside Edition had a set of triplets send their spit in to and 23andMe, they got wildly different results from both services. Neither gave each triplet the same ancestry results.

Dec 07 08:23

Monsanto Sued for False Advertising AGAIN!

Remember when products made with glyphosate sported the label “biodegradable” and Monsanto, the company that makes those products, was sued for false advertising fraud in New York in 1996? Guess what? Monsanto LOST and had to remove the ”biodegradable” label from its product.

Dec 06 08:24

Everyday Foods That Could Give You Diabetes

More than 29 million people in the United States have diabetes. While it may seem rare, it’s becoming more common as obesity rates in the Unites States rise. However, it’s not just obesity that increases your risk of diabetes; it has a lot to do with your diet. There are plenty of foods to help prevent diabetes, but the foods listed here will only help cause it.

Dec 06 08:19

Portugal’s radical drugs policy is working. Why hasn’t the world copied it?

Since it decriminalised all drugs in 2001, Portugal has seen dramatic drops in overdoses, HIV infection and drug-related crime.

Dec 06 06:55

Oklahoma’s Opioid Lawsuit Moves Forward

“Through decades of fraudulent marketing campaigns to doctors and consumers, these companies have been the driving force in the deadliest drug epidemic in U.S. history, an epidemic that claimed more than 64,000 lives last year alone.

“Oklahoma continues to suffer greatly because of it. In the last three years, nearly 3,000 Oklahomans have died from overdoses and more than 1,300 newborns have tested positive for substance exposure. The opioid crisis has created a generation of addicts, who continue to struggle on a daily basis.

“These companies put profits over people and we intend to hold them accountable.”

Dec 06 06:52

Santa Claus IS real and these experts have definitive proof Father Christmas DID exist

A fragment that is thought to have been taken from Old St Nick’s grave has been dated to the 4th century AD, which lines up with predictions about his death.

Dr Georges Kazan said: “It’s the first step.

“If we get a date in tandem with the historical date, that tells us that we haven’t been able to disprove that it could have been from that individual.”

A fragment of Father Christmas’s pelvis was tracked down to a church in Illinois after arriving there via France and Italy from his grave in Turkey.

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Dec 05 16:29

FLASHBACK 1991 - Iraqi Missile Slams Into GIs' Barracks; 27 Killed : Scud attack: 98 are hurt in the deadliest such strike of the war. Quarters were for Pennsylvania reserve unit.

DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia — Flaming debris from an Iraqi Scud missile slammed into a makeshift barracks full of U.S. troops near here Monday night, killing at least 27 soldiers and injuring 98 in a fierce explosion and fire, according to the U.S. military Central Command in Riyadh.

Eyewitnesses said a Patriot missile had intercepted the Scud overhead, but U.S. military officials in Riyadh said they could not confirm that a Patriot had been launched.

"Why did the Patriot have to hit it?" asked a dazed and weeping Specialist Robert Jacobs of Iowa, standing outside the twisted, flaming wreckage. "If it hadn't hit it, it would have passed on by."

This was the deadliest Scud attack of the war. The soldiers were the first Americans to be killed from the Scuds that Iraq has launched against Saudi Arabia and Israel.

Dec 05 11:02

RAW VIDEO | Southern Cal Wildfires Threaten Santa Barbara

This footage is intense. 45,000 acres now burning out of control.


Dec 05 08:38

US military agency invests $100m in genetic extinction technologies

Technology could be used to wipe out malaria carrying mosquitos or other pests but UN experts say fears over possible military uses and unintended consequences strengthen case for a ban.

A US military agency is investing $100m in genetic extinction technologies that could wipe out malarial mosquitoes, invasive rodents or other species, emails released under freedom of information rules show.

The documents suggest that the US’s secretive Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) has become the world’s largest funder of “gene drive” research and will raise tensions ahead of a UN expert committee meeting in Montreal beginning on Tuesday.

The UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is debating whether to impose a moratorium on the gene research next year and several southern countries fear a possible military application.

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Guardian, I am absolutely calling you out on this, because that last statement is fundamentally, stupidly incorrect, and you know it.

As reported in on 7 November of this year:

US military says collecting Russian DNA for ‘research purposes’ The article goes on to say:

"US, Israel worked on biogenetic weapons

Biogenetic weapons are defined as biological agents designed to inflict debilitating diseases or other internal bodily afflictions on a specific group of people who share a genetic code.

While it remains unclear if such weapons have ever been successfully developed, the US and Israel are known to have given it a try.

In 1998, the popular US-based technology magazine Wired reported that Israel was working on a biological agent “that would harm Arabs while leaving Jews unaffected.”

Reuters later reported that, according to British scientists, it was possible to develop such weapons given the advances in genetic mapping".

Are you so collectively naive that you don't understand that these genetic extinction technologies are about killing off far more than mosquitos?!?!

Dec 05 08:37

High blood pressure warning: Common medication linked to increased risk of CANCER

High blood pressure is a growing problem in the UK, and as well as lifestyle changes it is commonly treated with medication.

Types often prescribed include ACE inhibitors, angiotensin-2 receptor blockers (ARBs), calcium channel blockers, diuretics and beta-blockers, according to the NHS.

However, new research has linked one of the most commonly prescribed blood pressure medications to an increased risk of cancer.

A study by the University of Southern Denmark and the Danish Cancer Society has revealed those taking an antihypertensive medicine containing hydrochlorothiazide, a diuretic, are more likely to developing skin cancer.

Dec 05 08:34

Statins are gateway drugs for Big Pharma: Take one and you’ll need four or five more prescriptions for the side effects

One out of every three American adults take statins, and if you think that sounds like good news for statin manufacturers, you’re missing the bigger picture. All of Big Pharma benefits when people take statins. In fact, statins can really be thought of as gateway drugs. After all, they have so many side effects that you will likely end up taking several other medications after you start statins just to deal with them.

Dec 05 08:08

San Diego Continues Desperate Attempt To Control Hepatitis A Outbreak

San Diego is desperately trying to control a Hepatitis A outbreak brought on by the homeless problem plaguing the state of California. The city has now opened the first of three giant tents meant to contain the outbreak of the deadly virus.

The first of three industrial-sized tents to house the homeless as part of the city’s efforts to contain a hepatitis A outbreak. The outbreak itself stems from the deplorable conditions people were living in on the streets – mainly, the fecal matter that is left from those who live on the street. Of course, the government isn’t going to climb off the backs of their residents in California, instead, they will continue to raise taxes and create more homeless people while desperately and frantically trying to stop the problems that their overbearing government has caused.

Dec 05 07:12

You Won't Believe What They Admitted on the News in 1971...

Dec 04 19:49

US Military Invests In 'Doomsday Genetics' Technology: "My Main Worry Is That We Do Something Irreversible"

"...emails released under the Freedom of Information Act, suggest that the United States’s uber-secretive Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has become the world’s largest funder of this 'gene drive' research..."

Dec 04 16:50

US military agency invests $100m in genetic extinction technologies

A US military agency is investing $100m in genetic extinction technologies that could wipe out malarial mosquitoes, invasive rodents or other species, emails released under freedom of information rules show. The documents suggest that the US’s secretive Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) has become the world’s largest funder of “gene drive” research and will raise tensions ahead of a UN expert committee meeting in Montreal beginning on Tuesday.

Dec 04 15:23

What’s The Truth About The Yellowstone Supervolcano Doomsday Theory?

If you spend any time on the internet, it seems every few months humanity is faced with a looming existential threat from the depths of space. Planet X/Nibiru, the rapture or a wayward comet are, according to conspiracy theorists, destined to destroy us.

However, there is one particular conspiracy, treasured by theorists, that our impending doom will come from within planet Earth – that lurking beneath America’s Yellowstone National Park is a supervolcano that will kill us all.

Dec 04 10:11

After Steinle verdict, rep unveils bill to imprison officials who shelter illegal immigrants

There is already a law on the books. In the case of a death, the penalty is life. Indict SF officials and put them on trial for a life sentence!
Try enforcing this law. Governmental officials can be indicted now for harboring illegal aliens.

EXCLUSIVE – A Republican congressman plans to introduce a bill Monday that would threaten huge fines and prison time for elected officials accused of sheltering illegal immigrant criminals from deportation, in the wake of the not-guilty verdict in the Kate Steinle murder trial.

Dec 04 09:15

Your 'gluten sensitivity' might not have anything to do with gluten

It turns out there's a very good reason why people like Allen, who test negative for celiac disease, report feeling better after avoiding gluten. And it's not because they are sensitive to gluten. A new study published in the journal Gastroenterology suggests another culprit that travels along with gluten in wheat, rye, and barley — fructan — may be causing their digestive problems.

Dec 04 08:38

Planned Parenthood Is in Deep Trouble With the Law. This Could Be a Turning Point.

Just as news of the FBI inquiry broke, the 8th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals declined to revisit its ruling that the state of Arkansas can redirect Medicaid funds away from abortion businesses like Planned Parenthood, which the state is completely justified in doing considering the ongoing baby parts scandal.

These two major breakthroughs would have been inconceivable under the Obama administration, which repeatedly abused federal power to prop up the abortion industry.

President Barack Obama’s aggressively pro-abortion administration put the “bully” in “bully pulpit.” Under Obama, the Justice Department became a tool to harass and intimidate pro-life advocates, labeling them domestic terrorists alongside groups like the Ku Klux Klan.

Instead of investigating Planned Parenthood for the shocking, potentially illegal practices exposed in the videos, pro-abortion Attorney General Loretta Lynch decided to investigate the whistleblowers.

Dec 04 08:17

Tehran Acquires Breakthrough Technology to Manufacture Nuclear Batteries

Iran has mastered a technology to build nuclear batteries, becoming the fifth country worldwide to acquire the skill after Russia, France, UK and the United States, a senior advisor to the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), Asghar Zare'an, said Sunday, cited by Iran Daily.

The batteries can be used in the health sector and other industrial fields, for example, to produce cardiac pacemakers or advanced laptops.

Dec 04 07:05

Eruption warning: Antarctic volcano's ash could ‘encircle globe’ sparking health problems

The eruption on Deception Island could also disrupt air traffic in South America, Australia and Africa and globally as air currents spread deadly ash.

A scientific report said: “Ash emitted during explosive volcanic eruptions may disperse over vast areas of the globe posing a threat to human health and infrastructures and causing significant disruption to air traffic.”

Experts have warned that ash from an eruption could quickly circulate around the world posing threats to countries all over the Southern Hemisphere and beyond.

Dec 04 06:56

Israel cancels Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit as Germany won’t guarantee their return

Israel has cancelled a Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit in Frankfurt after the German government refused to guarantee it would block Palestinian and Jordanian authorities from claiming ownership of the ancient manuscripts.

The Frankfurt Bible Museum announced the September 2019 exhibit was cancelled this week. Israel wanted the German government to guarantee the scrolls would be returned to Israel in a legally binding agreement before going ahead with the exhibition.

Germany’s foreign ministry and commissioner for cultural affairs were unable to do so, as the ownership of the scrolls is not clear, Hessenschau reports. Such an agreement would have blocked Palestinians and Jordanians from claiming the scrolls as their own, according to the Jewish News Agency.

Dec 03 12:56

A Holistic Approach to the Healthcare Crisis

By Chris Kanthan

In 2017, America will spend more than $10,000 per person on healthcare, or 18% of our GDP. In every measure of cost – total spending, per capita spending, spending as percentage of GDP – the US is #1. However, the results are abysmal: worst healthcare and 4th highest child mortality among developed nations, 31st in the world in life expectancy and ranked as one of the fattest countries in the world (70% are overweight or obese). Why? We have a fundamentally misguided approach to health, disease and treatments...

Dec 03 12:43

Back Of The Car (ft. Nate Henricks) Lyric Video RAC

Published on Jul 13, 2015
On June 28th 2015 we embarked on a 3000+ mile trip across the southwest of the USA. It was a blast and I decided to use some of my own footage to make a lyric video for my new single "Back Of The Car". Hope you like it!

Dec 03 09:41

Progress report on the US-Russian war

I am often asked if the US and Russia will go to war with each other. I always reply that they are already at war. Not a war like WWII, but a war nonetheless. This war is, at least for the time being, roughly 80% informational, 15% economic and 5% kinetic. But in political terms the outcome for the loser of this war will be no less dramatic than the outcome of WWII was for Germany: the losing country will not survive it, at least not in its present shape: either Russia will become a US colony again or the AngloZionist Empire will collapse.

At the end of the day, political regimes can only survive by the consent of those it rules. In the United States this consent is clearly in the process of being withdrawn. In Russia it has never been stronger.

Dec 03 08:48

Iran rocked by MASSIVE 6.0 magnitude earthquake 'near city with 800,000 people'

The earthquake, which hit at 2.32am GMT, was intially recorded at a magnitude of 6.3 but was later downgraded to 6.0.

The aftershock measuring in at a 5.0 magnitude struck around 15 minutes later, according to the USGS.

The earthquakes struck near Kerman which has a population of around 800,000.

An earthquake of 6.0 magnitude is considered a powerful and is capable of causing severe damage.

However, no reports have emerged about casualties or damage so far.

It follows a deadly quake in the region last month.

Dec 03 08:40

San Diego opens giant tent to house 350 homeless people to help contain a hepatitis A outbreak that has killed 20

San Diego on Friday opened the first of three industrial-sized tents to house the homeless as part of the city's efforts to contain a hepatitis outbreak stemming from the deplorable conditions people were living in on the streets.
About 20 people made their way to a bunk bed Friday in the tent that will house 350 single men and women.

Two other giant tents will open later this month - one for families and one for veterans. The tents will house a total of 700 people.

The city turned to tents to get people off the streets and contain a hepatitis A outbreak that has killed 20 people in the past year, marking the worst epidemic of its kind in the US in 20 years. The virus lives in feces.

'There's going to be a marked different in what we see on the streets today and what we see at this time next year,' said Bob McElroy of the Alpha Project, the nonprofit group that will operate the tent that opened Friday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is way too little, and way too late; I am very concerned that even this desperate measure by the city of San Diego, is not going to stem this outbreak significantly.

Dec 02 17:50

New laws could see scientists face CRIMINAL charges for research fraud

SCIENTISTS who carry out fraudulent medical research would face criminal charges under new laws being considered by MPs.

The proposal is among a raft of measures to tackle drug company fraud being examined by a Commons committee.

Members have been told that misleading claims about the effectiveness of drugs have led to patients dying.

Whistleblowers have also received death threats. Norman Lamb, chairman of the Science and Technology Select Committee, has written to each UK university to ask them to ensure staff who expose misconduct are protected.

Dec 02 10:38

Mother Lode: Hundreds of Miraculously Intact Pterosaur Eggs Found in China

The over 200 preserved pterosaurs eggs unearthed in China, offer new insight into the life of the rulers of the skies in the age of dinosaurs. The findings on the pterosaur species, known as Hamipterus tianshanensis, were published in the journal Science.

Dec 02 08:14

Mystery of the 230-foot-long killer whale geoglyph found in the middle of the Peru Desert

The orca geoglyph was discovered in the 1960s by a team of German archaeologists – but, for decades after, it was considered lost, according to the Bradshaw Foundation.

Few traces of it existed in the records, but, it was finally found again during efforts led by Johny Isla, of the Ica branch of Peru’s Ministry of Culture.

The 230-foot-long (70 meter) orca etching was found in the Palpa region of southern Peru.

The team first attempted to find it by scouring Google Earth, Live Science reports.

But, its location and size were not well described.
Eventually, the archaeologists set out on foot, and found it after months of searching in January 2015.

Dec 02 07:32

Aluminum In Vaccines May Cause Autism According To Experts in New Study

A new controversial study confirms aluminum in vaccines may cause Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and those children who suffer from it to have up 10 times more metal in their brains than what is considered a safe amount for adults. But is anyone surprised that metals cause deficiency in one’s own body?

Mercury and aluminum have long been debated by people like Robert Kennedy Jr. as ingredients in vaccines that could cause autism; and for good reason since we know that both aluminum and Mercury are neurotoxins that harm the body at high levels. But now researchers have discovered that aluminum causes the membrane to separate the brain from blood flowing to it, thus affecting its internal temperature, non-neuronal cells and inflammatory cells, Daily Mail reported.

Dec 02 07:13

A whole branch of science turns out to be fake

Devotees of science often assume that what is called science is real and true. It must be. Otherwise, their faith is broken. Their superficial understanding is shattered. Their “superior view” of the world is torpedoed.

Such people choose unofficial “anti-science” targets to attack. They never think of inspecting their own house for enormous fraud.

For example: psychiatry.

An open secret has been slowly bleeding out into public consciousness for the past ten years.


Dec 01 20:26


WAR DOGS ON DEATH ROW Veteran dogs which saved thousands of lives while on duty in Afghanistan both face being put down — because Top Brass claim they can’t be re-homed
Sign the petition to save hero Belgian shepherds Kevin and Dazz from lethal injections in the coming days

Dec 01 19:46

Poop Map of San Francisco

This map outlines poop danger areas in San Francisco.

Why Is There So Much Human Shit on the Streets?
By Noah Sanders

There are more than 10,000 people living on the streets at any given time in our fair City by the Bay. San Francisco must be scrambling hand over foot to provide at least some semblance of a plan for their very apparent human needs. Right? Wrong. I reached out to Jennifer Friedenbach, the executive director of San Francisco’s Coalition on Homelessness over the phone, and she laid out the overarching cause of our defecation dilemma.

Dec 01 16:22

NASA fires up Voyager's backup thrusters for the first time in 37 YEARS in bid to extend the life of the only human-made object in interstellar space

Not only is Voyager 1 the only human-made object in interstellar space, it's also astonishingly reliable, NASA has revealed.

After 37 years, engineers this week tried to fire up a set of thrusters on the craft - and they worked perfectly.

The spacecraft, which has been flying for 40 years, relies on small devices called thrusters to orient itself so it can communicate with Earth.

These thrusters fire in tiny pulses, or 'puffs,' lasting mere milliseconds, to subtly rotate the spacecraft so that its antenna points at our planet.

Now, the Voyager team is able to use a set of four backup thrusters, dormant since 1980.

'With these thrusters that are still functional after 37 years without use, we will be able to extend the life of the Voyager 1 spacecraft by two to three years,' said Suzanne Dodd, project manager for Voyager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California.

Dec 01 09:28


Imagine police knocking on your door because you posted a ‘troubling comment’ on a social media website.

Imagine a judge forcing you to be jailed, sorry I meant hospitalized, because a computer program found your comment(s) ‘troubling’.

You can stop imagining, this is really happening.

A recent TechCrunch article warns that Facebook’s “Proactive Detection” artificial intelligence (A.I.) will use pattern recognition to contact first responders. The A.I. will contact first responders, if they deem a person’s comment[s] to have troubling suicidal thoughts.

Facebook also will use AI to prioritize particularly risky or urgent user reports so they’re more quickly addressed by moderators, and tools to instantly surface local language resources and first-responder contact info.

A private corporation deciding who goes to jail? What could possibly go wrong?

Facebook’s A.I. automatically contacts law enforcement

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This "Big Brotherness" of Facebook almost reeks of the old Soviet style detention in "psychiatric hospitals" for the politically incorrect.

Dec 01 08:59

Perhaps we now have the link between vaccination and autism': Professor reveals aluminium in jabs may cause sufferers to have up 10 times more of the metal in their brains than is safe

Aluminium in vaccines may cause autism, controversial new research suggests.
Autistic children have up to 10 times more of the metal in their brains than what is considered safe in adults, a study found.
Aluminium crosses the membrane that separates the brain from circulating blood and accumulates in cells involved in maintaining a constant internal environment, such as temperature, the research adds
Study author Professor Chris Exley from Keele University, said: 'Perhaps we now have the link between vaccination and autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the link being the inclusion of an aluminium adjuvant in the vaccine.'

The researchers speculate autism sufferers may have genetic changes that cause them to accumulate aluminium which healthy people are able to remove.
The findings are controversial after the disgraced gastroenterologist Andrew Wakefield said in 1995 that the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine is linked to bowel disease and autism.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks like we finally have the "smoking gun" connection between autism and vaccines.

Please understand that vaccines are pushed because they are profitable for the medical/industrial complex; not because they are truly safe.

Because if vaccines were truly safe, then why did this happen?!?

US Vaccine Court paid Three Billion Dollars to Vaccine-Injured Families

Dec 01 08:14

This 1 Thing That Over 25% of Americans Do Is Making Us Obese

It’s no secret obesity is a huge problem in America; more than 1 in 3 people are considered obese and studies predict that 80% of men will be obese by 2020. Is the food industry to blame? Is commercialism our downfall? Or are Americans truly just getting lazier? It’s a hard question to answer.
A recent study released a new factor that may play a roll. Read on for the reasons America is becoming increasingly obese and one commonly unknown thing that contributes to our weight gain.

Dec 01 07:29

M 6.0 - 58km NNE of Kerman, Iran

Dec 01 07:29

M 6.0 - 59km NNW of Finschhafen, Papua New Guinea

Nov 30 16:05

Vaccine Maker Warns Dengue Vaccine Can Cause Severe Dengue

Vaccine manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur announced Wednesday that a dengue vaccine already distributed to hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren could instead cause more severe cases of the disease in people who were not already infected.

Nov 30 15:59

Eating nuts found to dramatically improve “brainwave functions” linked to memory, creativity, performance and intelligence

A recent study conducted by researchers from the Loma Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center, published in the FASEB Journal, has determined that eating certain nuts regularly can dramatically enhance brainwave function.

Science Daily recently reported on the study, explaining its findings that upping your intake of six types of nuts, including pistachios and peanuts (actually a legume), stimulates the brainwave functions associated with learning, memory, creativity, healing and cognition.

How unfortunate it is that nut allergies have emerged...

Nov 30 15:44

The Surgeon Who Wants to Connect You to the Internet with a Brain Implant

Eric Leuthardt believes that in the near future we will allow doctors to insert electrodes into our brains so we can communicate directly with computers and each other.

Nov 30 15:18

M 4.4 - 10km ENE of Dover, Delaware

Nov 30 11:20

Mouthwash twice a day 'puts diabetes risk 50 per cent higher'

Using mouthwash twice a day increasing a person's chances of contracting diabetes by 50 per cent, a new study has claimed.

Scientists in the US claim those using over-the-counter mouthwash twice a day run a significantly higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

The author of the study, Professor Kamudi Joshipura, says mouthwash kills helpful as well as harmful bacteria, destroying those that protect against diabetes and obesity.

Prof Joshipura, a professor of epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, found the risks were heightened for all mouthwash users, regardless of sex, weight or diet.

Nov 30 11:20

Collecting Russian DNA? Confronting the Threat of Ethnic-Specific Bioweapons

The United States Air Force’s 59th Medical Wing’s molecular biology branch recently was revealed to have been collecting specifically Russian RNA and synovial (connective) tissue samples, prompting fears in Russia of a possible US directed ethnic-specific bioweapons program.

TeleSUR’s article, “‘Ethnic Bomb’ Feared as US Air Force Confirms Collection of Russian DNA,” would report:

Russia has raised its concerns over attempts by the U.S. military to collect DNA samples from Russian nationals, noting the potential use of such biological samples for the purpose of creating new genetic warfare weaponry.

The U.S. Air Force has sought to calm the Kremlin’s concerns, noting that the samples would only be used for so-called “research” purposes rather than for bioterrorism.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF any element of the US government or military says something is not so, it most probably is; we have just become accustomed to their lying so completely that plausible deniability cannot possibly work for them.

And if they are not working on a biological weapon against the Russian people, what other possible motive could they have for doing this?!?

The short answer in, none whatsoever.

Nov 30 09:37

Controversial pesticide is causing songbirds to lose their way and suffer dramatic weight loss

The pesticides - known as neo-nicotinoids or 'neo-nics' - are meant to kill insects that eat crops.

They are used in sprays and coatings on seeds – killing sap-sucking weevils and aphids.

Increasing evidence shows they also cause harm bees' ability to forage for food and to reproduce.

Scientists who tested 198 honey samples from every continent except Antarctica discovered that 75 per cent were laced with at least one of the neonicotinoid chemicals.

The European Commission proposed a ban on three neonicotinoids on flowering crops such as oil seed rape in 2013 because of the threat to bee health. The UK had originally opposed the ban.

Nov 30 09:34

Erupting Bali volcano could cause a global DROP in temperatures - as villagers are told they will not be able to outrun Mount Agung when 'the big one' - expected any time - hits

Experts say that a significant volcanic eruption in a country near the equator, such as Bali, can impact the planet's thermostat by as much as 0.2 degrees.

Nov 30 09:30

'There Was No Big Bang': Brazilian Scientist Turns Cosmic Theory Upside Down

The Big Bang is a widely accepted explanation for the origins of the universe; however, Brazilian physicist Juliano Cesar Silva Neves has come up with a new "cyclical" theory, which challenges this prevailing concept.

A scientist in Brazil has proposed a way of overcoming the problem presented by the Big Bang theory, the need for the singularity of spacetime, by doing away with the theory altogether.

Nov 30 09:19

3M named in massive contamination scheme that allegedly caused widespread cancer

According to Minnesota’s attorney general, chemicals that were dumped by 3M Co. in the Twin Cities metro area has caused cancer and infertility rates to rise, and has also resulted in the babies with low birth weights.

In a court filing last week, Attorney General Lori Swanson alleged that the contamination resulted in $5 billion in health and environmental damage which, according to Swanson, 3M should be liable for. In addition, the court filing accused 3M of knowing that the groundwater was being contaminated for years, and that the company intentionally withheld important information from the Environmental Protection Agency.

“3M, in pursuit of profit, deliberately disregarded the substantial risk of injury to the people and environment of Minnesota from its continued manufacture of PFCs and its improper disposal,” the state said, referring to the dangerous chemicals that have polluted the groundwater.

Nov 29 20:08

Shocking Report: 1000% Increase In Flu Shot Injuries In Just One Year

The MSM wants you to believe that all vaccines are 100% safe and effective, but while they've fed you this lie Flu shot injuries alone have gone up 1000% percent in just one year.

Nov 29 17:53

Artificial life breakthrough as researchers 'expand DNA's alphabet' and create a living organism with both natural and artificial DNA

In a major step toward creating artificial life, U.S. researchers have developed a living organism that incorporates both natural and artificial DNA and is capable of creating entirely new, synthetic proteins.

Nov 29 17:41

There Have Been 698 Earthquakes In California Within The Past 30 Days

According to the latest data from Earthquake Track, there have been 698 earthquakes in California within the past 30 days. By the time that you read this article, that number will undoubtedly have changed. In recent days I have felt such an urgency to write about the seismic activity on the west coast, and I am quite concerned that so few people seem to be paying attention to what is happening.

Nov 29 16:03

Those Living Bacteria "From Space" Found on the ISS Aren't What You Think

As National Geographic and others have pointed out, it’s much more likely that the bacteria came from us filthy humans.

Even in this latest report, TASS notes that in a previous mission, Russian scientists brought bacteria aboard the ISS via some tablet PCs. So it’s quite possible that these newly discovered bacteria aren’t actually from some random part of space — they’re probably bacteria that have hitched a ride on humans. Of course, NASA understands this risk of contamination, which is why they sterilize all their probes.

Bacteria can be hardy little things, even in space. Scientists have sent Bacillus pumilus SAFR-032 and Bacillus subtilis 168 into space for experimental purposes, and both have survived. It’s possible that these bacteria found on the ISS — though we don’t know what strain — survived the long journey from Earth and decided to make the ISS their new home.

Nov 29 07:35

Yeti mystery is finally solved: DNA evidence suggests ancient samples of the 'abominable snowman' belong to bears

The hunt for the elusive Yeti has suffered a setback, as supposed 'Yeti' hair and bones proved to be from bears.

Sightings of the Yeti or 'abominable snowman' - a mysterious, ape-like creature said to inhabit the high mountains of Asia - have been reported for centuries in Nepal and Tibet.

Footprints have also been spotted and stories passed down from generation to generation.

But the new DNA study of purported Yeti samples from museums and private collections suggest the Himalayan legend could have quite ordinary origins.

Nov 28 18:03

Why millions of Americans could be drinking bad water

While Flint made headlines two years ago when 12 people died due to high lead levels in the city's water, more than 1,000 water systems across the US have drinking water that fails safety standards for lead.