Mar 11 08:11

Kids got 11 vaccines in 1986 and 53 in 2017… why? The answer is all about Big Pharma profits

A bombshell video snippet from Del Bigtree (see below) dares to ask the all-important question: Why have the number of vaccines given to children skyrocketed over the last three decades?

The answer may shock you. In 1986, Congress passed a law granting legal immunity to vaccine manufacturer, but only for vaccines on the childhood immunization schedule. Since then, vaccine makers have worked to push as many vaccines as possible onto that schedule for the sole purpose of enjoying legal immunity from lawsuits for faulty products and vaccine damage.

Thus, children have become a “dumping ground” for faulty vaccines that are manufactured with near-zero quality control measures because forcing those vaccines onto the childhood immunization schedule grants Big Pharma corporations legal immunity from lawsuits.

Mar 11 06:53

Green New Deal Hallucination

Utopia in the “Green” universe is a zombie parade of whackos sitting at the cool cafeteria table in a mental hospital. The “Green New Deal” is a script compiled by opiate medicated inmates at One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest salons. Tragically, granting any validity to a mindset that is totally inept of economics and the most rudimentary principles of business, would qualify for admission to their sanctuary. The eventual result of this hallucinogen religiosity causes the abandonment of all objective reality and common sense. According to Americans for Tax Reform the main points of this “Green New Deal” include some of the most absurd and foolish promises to come out of elected officials.

Mar 11 06:39

Top 5 health benefits of CBD oil

CBD oil has become popular as it is a good remedy for a wide range of conditions. You might be surprised to find out that CBD oil would be used in the past as well, due to its astounding benefits. In fact, reading a comprehensive guide regarding CBD oil is likely to reveal a lot of interesting aspects that were unknown to you until now.

Mar 10 10:22

Scott Adams: Sports Are Broken, Trump’s Best Week Ever, Moderate Bernie

“Old Nads” document blizzard request to 81 people
Even the Democrats know this is way beyond legitimate
Michael Caputo’s refusal to comply, all should follow his lead
Cognitive Dissonance Tell - Word Salad
Example: David Pakman and the “Fine People Hoax”
Fine People Hoax - President Trump called people on both sides of the STATUE question “fine people”.
Trying to deprogram people who believe the “Fine People Hoax”
North Korea might be fixing up a worrisome facility, negotiating 101
Bernie proposals now seem moderate in comparison to others
Capitalism delivers what socialism promises
Sports and trans-athletes competing, winning
Performance enhancing drugs
Jim Carrey’s artwork and artistic talent

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Mar 10 09:36

Biochemical Engineer Drops Bombshell Facts About Measles & The MMR Vaccine In Washington

What nobody is acknowledging is the fact that these outbreaks are happening in highly vaccinated populations. Vaccination coverage of MMR has not dropped, so why is the media saying that parents aren’t vaccinating and therefore measles is making a comeback? Washington State has a very high vaccination coverage for MRR. See for yourself, here.

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Mar 09 23:28

Stage 4 cancer patient says Missouri police searched his hospital room for marijuana

BOLIVAR, Mo. - A Missouri man battling Stage 4 cancer said police targeted him and searched his hospital room for marijuana and he has the incident on camera.

The officers involved said it's all part of the job, but the small Bolivar Police Department is now facing complaints.

Mar 09 11:36

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons opposes federally mandated vaccines.

An important letter was presented last week to the Senate subcommittee that is discussing federal laws that force parents to vaccinate their children. The statement below is from The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, and they have come out strongly in opposition to the possibility of federally mandated vaccines.

No matter what your opinion is on vaccinating children, please read this.

Mar 09 11:09


Huge "superbubbles" stretching thousands of miles across have been spotted in a distant galaxy.

A galaxy known as NGC 3079, located about 67 million light years from Earth, has two "superbubbles" inside of it, Nasa has seen. Theystretch out from different sides of the middle of the galaxy – reaching 4,900 light years and 3,600 light years across.

The bubbles are throwing out light in the form of X-ray, optical and radio emission, which allows Nasa to see them from Earth. The new images show that data as it was spotted by those Nasa researchers: the Chandra X-ray Observatory are shown in purple and optical data from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope are shown in orange and blue.

The same data also shows that inside of the galaxy there is something like a huge version of the particle accelerator in the Large Hadron Collider. But the particles being produced are far more energetic than those created on Earth.

Mar 09 10:26


A cyber-attack is likely the reason for the major blackout that left most of Venezuela in darkness, a Maduro government official said, hinting that the US may be involved in the offensive.

As Venezuela is still reeling from a nationwide blackout, Nicolas Maduro’s government says the emergency was the result of an external influence. The major power outage was likely prompted by a cyber-attack against the Guri hydroelectric plant which produces 80% of the country’s electricity, Jorge Rodriguez, Venezuela’s communication and information minister said on Friday, according to local media.

The official went on to hint that US Senator and fierce anti-Maduro campaigner Marco Rubio may be linked to the offensive. Rodriguez found it suspicious that shortly after the failure Rubio shared specific information on Twitter about the emergency that even local authorities were not aware of at that time.

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Was this coordinated by someone in the US, most probably?!?

As someone who has lived with an American government which invests most of its its time in regime change, economic and physical warfare, and outright resource theft, I would not put it past the US to have contracted to have this done.

Mar 09 10:21


Michael Bloomberg will not run for president. That was the main outtake from the businessman and philanthropist’s op-ed for Bloomberg the other day. But the more important outtake was his announcement of a new climate change initiative: Beyond Carbon.

“I will launch a new, even more ambitious phase of the campaign — Beyond Carbon: a grassroots effort to begin moving America as quickly as possible away from oil and gas and toward a 100 percent clean energy economy,” Bloomberg said.

“At the heart of Beyond Carbon is the conviction that, as the science has made clear, every year matters. The idea of a Green New Deal — first suggested by the columnist Tom Friedman more than a decade ago — stands no chance of passage in the Senate over the next two years. But Mother Nature does not wait on our political calendar, and neither can we.”

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IF Bloomberg can make this happen, that would truly be a proud moment for this country.

But I have noticed that every time something exciting, which can work, in terms of alternative energy, is revealed it is, many times suddenly demonized, and purchased, sometimes by the very people who own the utility companies, to keep if off the market, and away from people who really need it.

Mar 09 09:50

Scott Adams: Checking Your Gullibility Scorecard

Basing border security decisions on what we care about
Trans participation in sports
Elizabeth Warren vs. Google, Facebook, Amazon
Who are the “brains behind AOC”?
Hoax review - Keeping a mental scorecard, which did you fall for?
Hoax scorecard - Whiteboard
Occam’s Razor is an illusion
Simulation Theory is supported by top, key scientists
Patreon alternative: WhenHub’s Interface app now has Donate button
Donate/support anyone who has an Interface account

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Mar 08 12:22

SpaceX Crew Dragon Splashes Down in Atlantic to Cap Historic Test Flight

The first mission of SpaceX's new astronaut taxi is in the books.

The Crew Dragon capsule splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean off the Florida coast today (March 8) at 8:45 a.m. EST (1345 GMT), wrapping up a historic mission to the International Space Station (ISS).

There were no astronauts aboard this flight, only the sensor-packed dummy Ripley named after a character from the "Alien" films. But the success of the test flight, known as Demo-1, helps paves the way for a crewed mission of the SpaceX vehicle, perhaps as early as this summer.

That will be a huge milestone when it comes; astronauts haven't launched to orbit from American soil since NASA retired its space shuttle fleet in July 2011.

Mar 08 11:05

Researchers develop 'acoustic metamaterial' that cancels sound

Boston University researchers, Xin Zhang, a professor at the College of Engineering, and Reza Ghaffarivardavagh, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, released a paper in Physical Review B demonstrating it's possible to silence noise using an open, ringlike structure, created to mathematically perfect specifications, for cutting out sounds while maintaining airflow.

"Today's sound barriers are literally thick heavy walls," says Ghaffarivardavagh. Although noise-mitigating barricades, called sound baffles, can help drown out the whoosh of rush hour traffic or contain the symphony of music within concert hall walls, they are a clunky approach not well suited to situations where airflow is also critical. Imagine barricading a jet engine's exhaust vent—the plane would never leave the ground. Instead, workers on the tarmac wear earplugs to protect their hearing from the deafening roar.

Mar 08 11:03

Facebook announces plan to 'tackle vaccine misinformation'

Amid growing calls from health experts to stem the tide of misinformation spread by anti-vaccination groups on social media, Facebook announced on Thursday that it would reduce the visibility of inaccurate posts and reject ads that include such content.

"We are working to tackle vaccine misinformation on Facebook by reducing its distribution and providing people with authoritative information on the topic," said a blog post by Monika Bickert, Facebook's vice-president of global policy management.

In recent years, groups trying to promote an anti-vaccine agenda have been able to spread their messages — largely uncensored — on Facebook, YouTube and other social media sites. Public health authorities believe these posts have frightened some parents into "vaccine hesitancy."

Mar 08 11:01

Vaccination hysteria

Mar 08 10:32

Miss Teen Universe dies after suffering a heart attack while on a skiing holiday one day before her 20th birthday

A former Miss Teen Universe has died after suffering a heart attack the day before her 20th birthday.

Dutch model Lotte van der Zee suddenly fell ill while on a family skiing trip in Westendorf, Austria, to celebrate her big day.

The beauty queen from Enschede, east Netherlands, who won the global pageant in 2017, died on Wednesday after two weeks in a coma.

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Live each day like it is your last because one day you will be right!

Mar 08 09:54

US government approves experiment to create a type of bird flu that could 'could kill millions of people'

The US Government has been scorned for lifting its ban on experiments to engineer deadly bird flu which could infect humans.

Research into the viruses will soon be allowed to carry on, despite experts warning people could die if the pathogens break out of laboratories.

Scientists say they want to study the virus 'to protect human health' so they can learn more about it and be better prepared for a pandemic.

But Professor Steven Salzberg, a biomedical engineering expert at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland, said he cannot fathom why the US National Institutes of Health, which has permitted the 'dangerous' research, is allowing it to happen.

Mar 08 08:33

15 Regional Eating Habits in the U.S.

Just like fashion and accents, eating habits can vary from region to region. There are some distinct differences in the healthy (and not-so-healthy!) habits we keep, based almost entirely on our location on the planet. This list is all in good fun, so chuckle along with us—and shake your head—at some of the most common food habits we have around the United States.

Mar 08 06:33

Our Own Government Is Quietly FUNDING the Bird Flu Research That Could End Up Killing Us All

Why is the government funding research that will make the bird flu more likely to be transmitted to humans? Why are they being so secretive about WHY this research is approved? Is this how the next pandemic begins?

Mar 07 18:34

Silent Epidemic - The Untold Story of Vaccines [Movie]

Silent Epidemic, by award winning film director Gary Null, is the first documentary to investigate thoroughly the true medical record and the historical evidence about vaccine marvels. Conventional medicine has herald the invention of vaccines as a miracle of modern science. It claims that vaccines have been proven to prevent and eradicate infectious diseases. We are told that vaccines are safe and effective, and that "herd immunity" can be achieved if a high percentage of a population is vaccinated. However, does the science support these claims and what are the untold consequences?

Mar 07 15:28


US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) chief Scott Gottlieb said on Tuesday he plans to step down in a month, calling into question how the agency would handle critical issues such as e-cigarette use among teens and efforts to increase competition for prescription drugs.

The Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the FDA, announced Gottlieb's resignation on Tuesday.

Gottlieb was well regarded and won bipartisan support for his efforts to curb the use of flavoured e-cigarettes among young people in the United States, speed approval times for cheap generic medicines to increase competition and bring down prescription drug prices and boost the use of cheaper versions of expensive biotech medicines, called biosimilars.

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One has to wonder what really led to this guy's resignation... and where he is going next.

Mar 07 14:52

Some Towns Are Trashing Their Costly, Inefficient Recycling Programs

Should that empty soda bottle go in the recycling bin or the trash can? Increasingly, it doesn't really matter.

A large portion of America's plastic and paper waste used to go from our recycling bins to China, where it was refashioned into everything from shoes to bags to new plastic products. But since the end of 2017, China has restricted how much foreign trash—er, recycling—it buys, including cutting off purchases of waste paper products, like all the junk mail that goes directly from your mailbox to the recycling bin.

As a result, The Atlantic reported Tuesday, some American cities and towns are sending all those recyclables directly to the landfill.

Mar 07 13:34

11 Things You Can Do to Adjust to Losing That 1 Hour of Sleep This Weekend

By Deepa Burman, University of Pittsburgh and Hiren Muzumdar, University of Pittsburgh

As clocks march ahead of time on March 10, 2019 and daylight saving time begins, there is a lot of anxiety around losing the hour of sleep and how to adjust to this change.

Usually an hour seems like an insignificant amount of time but considering the global epidemic of our sleep deprived society, even this minimal loss causes many important problems. There are serious health repercussions of this forcible shift in the body clock.

Springing forward is usually harder that falling backward. Why is this so?...

Mar 07 12:25

Nearly 1,500 Pulses of Lightning Recorded Off Coast; Residents Evacuate as Storm Bears Down on SoCal

A storm soaking California on Wednesday could trigger mudslides in wildfire burn areas where thousands of residents are under evacuation orders, authorities warned.

The storm also brought thunderstorms and a dramatic lightning display.

Nearly 1,500 pulses of lightning were recorded off the coast in one five-minute stretch alone, 231 over Santa Barbara County and 40 in Los Angeles County, shortly after 8 p.m, the National Weather Service told the Los Angeles Times.

In Santa Clarita Valley, lightning and thunder lasted more than an hour.

Mar 07 12:01

Unvaccinated Children Pose No Risk To Anyone, Says Harvard Immunologist

One of the strengths–and weaknesses–of a Western medical education is its predisposition to break things down and compartmentalize them. While much data is gleaned in the minutiae, very little attention is given to the interrelationship between disciplines. While a medical student may become a true specialist in their field, they too become compartmentalized, and are often ignorant of very important information that would be essential for a broader, more holistic overview. And this appears to be by design.

Mar 07 11:42

Even with measles outbreaks across the US, at least 20 states have proposed anti-vaccination bills

Across the country, counties are reporting measles cases: at least 206 in 11 states, per the latest count. On social media, platforms such as Facebook and YouTube are facing pressure to crack down on conspiracy theories and misinformation about vaccines. And on Capitol Hill, lawmakers are discussing what they're calling "a growing public health threat."

But in state after state, legislators are introducing bills that make it easier for people to opt out of vaccinations.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, at least 20 states have introduced bills this year that would

broaden the reasons why parents can exempt kids from getting vaccines even if there isn't a medical need

require doctors to provide more information on the risks of vaccines

Mar 07 11:21

Boeing Preps for Upcoming Starliner Test Flight to Space Station

As SpaceX's first crew-carrying vehicle wraps up its maiden test flight to the International Space Station (ISS), Boeing is prepping for its own moment in the sun.

SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule launched early Saturday morning (March 2) on an uncrewed shakeout cruise called Demo-1. The spacecraft arrived at the orbiting lab 27 hours later, and it's scheduled to return to Earth Friday (March 8).

Boeing will soon fly a similar mission to the ISS, called Orbital Flight Test (OFT), with its CST-100 Starliner capsule. OFT will lift off from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station atop a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket; the launch could take place as early as next month.

Mar 07 11:21

First 'Mole' on Mars Hits Rocky Snag Beneath the Red Planet's Surface

The first Martian "mole" encountered some obstacle underground as the NASA InSight lander dug below the surface, NASA reported.

The InSight Mars lander, which touched down on Mars in November, deployed a probe as part of its Heat and Physical Properties Package (also called HP3). The probe, or "mole," is designed to burrow underground and measure heat coming from inside Mars, information that will help scientists better understand the planet's structure and formation.

But the 16-inch (40 centimeters) probe made it only three-quarters of the way out of its housing structure on Feb. 28 before stopping short. A second attempt, on Saturday (March 2), yielded little progress. In a statement, NASA officials said the data received so far suggests that the mole is at a 15-degree tilt and has hit some rock or gravel. While the instrument is designed to get around rocky obstacles, the German instrument team plans to stop the procedure for further investigation.

Mar 07 11:20

SpaceX's Crew Dragon Homecoming Friday May Be Toughest Part of Its Mission

SpaceX's new astronaut taxi will return to Earth tomorrow morning (March 8), but a safe return is no slam dunk.

Indeed, the fast and fiery descent through our planet's atmosphere may be the most difficult part of Demo-1, the Crew Dragon capsule's maiden mission to the International Space Station (ISS), according to SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk.

"I see hypersonic re-entry as probably my greatest concern," Musk said on Saturday morning (March 2) a few hours after Crew Dragon launched atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, kicking off the uncrewed Demo-1 shakeout flight.

Mar 07 10:48


(Support Free Thought) - In case you haven’t been paying attention, there has been an unprecedented push by the mainstream media and government in 2019 to force all citizens to be vaccinated. This mandatory vaccine hysteria has so far been highly effective as governments across the country have proposed legislation to remove your right to informed consent.

Nonetheless, currently, across the country, there are over 100 bills filed in 30 different states proposing to expand, restrict or eliminate vaccine informed consent rights.

One of the states proposing legislation like this is Kentucky, who is represented by Senator Rand Paul. On Tuesday, Paul addressed the tyrannical idea of forced vaccinations during a Senate Health Committee hearing. His comments were spot on, logical and rational. However, the pro-mandatory vaccine crowd is tearing into him for it.

Mar 07 10:07

Science explains why we need silence for better health

“Silence is golden,” sang The Tremeloes in 1967, and how right they were. Silence helps counteract the ill effects of noise on the brain, and it helps replenish the depleted strength of the body.

Mar 07 09:43

The Artificial Intelligence “Game Plan”

There’s a palpable dramatic shift in human consciousness DOWNWARD construct, definitely not aspiring to a higher consciousness ascendency of living within the dynamics of Natural Law, Light and Love, which probably have dominated Planet Earth for ...

Mar 07 09:39

5G, IoT, A.I. Surveillance and Smart Cities = Enslaved Citizens

People who have a modern smartphone normally think of 5G as nothing more than a progression from 3G and 4G. Offering fewer dropped calls, faster data transfer, and more convenience. 5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology.

Mar 07 08:23

Kepler Space Telescope's first exoplanet candidate confirmed

Scientists say they have confirmed the first exoplanet candidate identified by NASA's Kepler Mission, ten years after its launch.
Kepler has discovered thousands of exoplanets since its launch in 2009, using the transit method -- small dips in a star's brightness as planets cross in front of the star, said researchers from the University of Hawaii in the US.

Mar 07 08:07

When Bubbles Burst – Tesla, The Everything Cycle and the End of Global Warming

As the center of the U.S. freezes this weekend, Elon Musk is trying to figure out how to save Tesla from going the way of Enron.

Religions die hard. It takes an orgy of evidence to change a person’s mind on a subject that is integral to their moral and ethical structure.

In the case of Tesla, the mania surrounding it over the past decade has been inextricably bound up with the hysteria of global warming.

For years investors ignored the obvious warning signs that Tesla would never be able to graduate from a boutique, hand-built car manufacturer and technology skunk works to a mass producer.

I’ve been very hard on Musk in the past, with good reason. But, as a guy with vision I applaud him getting Tesla off the ground and legitimizing the idea of the upscale electric car.

Mar 07 08:04


What’s the proper reaction to a minor localized outbreak of measles?

If you’re the State of Washington, you declare a State of Emergency.

If you’re the New York Times the Washington Post, or NPR you whip up NATIONAL hysteria.

If you’re Congress, you hold a hearing to attack the “Anti-Vax nuts.”

How about some basic logic and a little science?

If the vaccines are safe, why did Congress did to make the makers legally immune from product liability claims?

If the vaccines are effective, then why not let the people who believe in their safety and effectiveness get them and thereby protect themselves.

Anyone who believes vaccines will make them safe should have nothing to worry about, right?

Uh, not quite.

Mar 07 07:36

Dangerous sinkholes in British Columbia, Canada, trigger local state of emergency and 14 home evacuations on the Sunshine Coast

Residents of 14 ocean-view homes on B.C.’s Sunshine Coast have been ordered to leave after an engineering report found that nearby sinkholes are putting them at risk.As of 1 p.m. Friday, District of Sechelt declared a local state of emergency for the Seawatch neighbourhood perched above the west side of Sechelt Inlet north of Vancouver.

Mar 07 07:35

Fourteen ‘dream’ homes ordered evacuated as sinkholes open in Sechelt, B.C.

Greg and Gerry Latham spent Friday morning scrambling to pack up family heirlooms as a series of sinkholes threatened to destroy their dream retirement home on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast.

The Lathams are among 14 families in an upscale seaside neighbourhood in Sechelt preparing to obey an evacuation order and they said they didn’t know if they would be allowed to return.

Mar 07 07:34

After the DELUGE, huge sinkhole forms in Powell, Tennessee

A deluge of rain hit the southern states of the US in the last few days. Many areas are still under a state of emergency. In Knox County, Tennessee, the situation has improved, but the side-effects of the heavy rains start to pop-up. For example this 7.5 meters (24.6 feet) wide and 18 meters (59 feet) deep crater in Powell, Tennessee:

Mar 07 07:20

Even with measles outbreaks across the US, at least 20 states have proposed anti-vaccination bills

Across the country, counties are reporting measles cases: at least 206 in 11 states, per the latest count. On social media, platforms such as Facebook and YouTube are facing pressure to crack down on conspiracy theories and misinformation about vaccines. And on Capitol Hill, lawmakers are discussing what they're calling "a growing public health threat."

But in state after state, legislators are introducing bills that make it easier for people to opt out of vaccinations.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, at least 20 states have introduced bills this year that would

broaden the reasons why parents can exempt kids from getting vaccines even if there isn't a medical need

require doctors to provide more information on the risks of vaccines

"The volume of legislative activity is greater than in past years," the organization said. "But averse bills outnumbering supportive ones conforms with trends from prior years."

Mar 07 07:18

Lightning strikes spark wildfires across Victoria, homes destroyed, thousands forced to evacuate, Australia

Thousands of people were forced to evacuate as 19 wildfires rage through Australia's southeastern state of Victoria. Series of warnings were issued over the past couple of days, urging residents in danger to 'act immediately to survive.'

According to Andrew Crisp, the Victoria emergency management commissioner, the fires were caused by lightning strikes late last week. "This is a challenging time and it's going to be a very busy time for firefighters and emergency services across the state," Crisp said.

Two of the fires, at Bunyip and Yinnar South in West Gippsland, have so far destroyed 11 homes and other buildings.

Mar 07 05:46

CBD for Pets: How to Safely Use Cannabidiol for Dogs and Cats

Did you know that CBD can be safely used for your pets? Learn more about it with this guide to CBD products for dogs and cats.

Mar 06 23:45


Popp performs a surgical beatdown on one of the dumbest and most factually inaccurate videos to ever grace the internet: Pop Culture Pirate's racist rant on angry white men.

Mar 06 22:59

Fewer Births Than Deaths Among Whites in Majority of U.S. States

The Census Bureau has projected that whites could drop below 50 percent of the population around 2045, a relatively slow-moving change that has been years in the making. But a new report this week found that whites are dying faster than they are being born now in 26 states, up from 17 just two years earlier, and demographers say that shift might come even sooner.

Mar 06 16:32

Heart patients taking statins face a higher risk of type 2 DIABETES as study adds further fuel to scientific row over the cholesterol-busting pills

Scientists at the Erasmus Medical Centre in the Netherlands analysed data from 9,535 patients over the age of 45 prescribed statins.

Professor Bruno Stricker and colleagues tracked each of the participants for up to 15 years, to assess if the drugs are linked to a higher risk of type 2 diabetes.

Patients on statins had higher blood glucose levels of insulin and showed more signs of insulin resistance - a key cause of diabetes and heart disease.

And the researchers found patients who had ever used statins had around a 38 per cent higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

They said the risk was even higher in patients who were overweight or obese, which is a known driver of the condition.

Mar 06 16:21

NASA’s pioneering InSight Rover taken off line after hitting snag on Mars

NASA’s attempts to drill down into the Martian soil in a quest to “take the temperature” of the red planet have hit a brick wall - or at least, a lump of rock.

The Insight lander’s HP3 probe, also referred to as the “mole”, has been designed to dig up to 16 feet into the ground, and came on line on February 28. However, alarm bells have sounded back on Earth after controllers realised no actual progress was being made, despite continual hammering. Subsequent analysis suggested the mole, which measures just 16 inches in length, has scarcely got out of the tube which was guiding its descent to the planet’s surface.

Tests revealed it had penetrated to a depth of between seven and 20 inches as a result of delivering 4,000 hammer blows over a four-hour period - significantly shallower than scientists had been hoping for.

Mar 06 16:06

HPV vaccine narrative UNRAVELS in Japan as it’s revealed the shot causes long-term pain – but Big Pharma says it’s just “psychosomatic”

After being lied to about the safety and effectiveness of the two, government-approved vaccines that supposedly protect against human papillomavirus (HPV), Merck’s Gardasil and GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) Cervarix, an organized cohort of Japanese girls injured by one of the two jabs recently spoke out in demand of justice.

During an official hearing, these injured girls told of the unspeakable pain and suffering they’ve had to live with ever since receiving either Gardasil or Cervarix, only to have the manufacturers of these two vaccines accuse them of experiencing mere “psychosomatic reactions” – meaning their injuries are somehow not real, and only exist within their minds.

Despite being falsely accused, the girls ultimately won their case, as the Japanese government has since rescinded its recommendation that girls receive HPV vaccines.

Mar 06 14:35

Save Chaco Canyon from Fracking

To be delivered to Michelle Lujan Grisham, Governor of New Mexico, Governor Gavin Newsom, The United States House of Representatives, President Donald Trump, The United States Senate, The California State House, The California State Senate

Chaco Canyon is a truly perishable natural resource, and one of the finest examples of the architecture and prehistory of Native Americans. It will be destroyed if fracking is allowed to be done there.

Mar 06 13:56

Researchers: Hair dyes have a direct connection to breast cancer

Though dying their locks might seem like an absolute necessity for many women as they get older and the gray starts setting in, new research from Finland should give women everywhere pause, as it indicates that this apparently harmless beauty ritual could be linked to an elevated risk of breast cancer.

For her doctoral dissertation, researcher Sanna Heikkinen of the University of Helsinki and the Finnish Cancer Registry, examined self-reported information from 8,000 Finnish women with breast cancer and a further 20,000 controls. Heikkinen observed a 23 percent increase in breast cancer risk for those who dyed their hair on a regular basis.

Mar 06 13:53

Genetic sequencing science breakthrough just proved that measles “outbreaks” are caused by the measles vaccine

But a science paper published in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology, entitled, “Rapid Identification of Measles Virus Vaccine Genotype by Real-Time PCR,” has discovered something that vaccine fanatics don’t want the public to know. As it turns out, a large number of measles outbreaks are actually “vaccine reactions” from the measles vaccine itself (MMR vaccines).

“During measles outbreaks, it is important to be able to rapidly distinguish between measles cases and vaccine reactions to avoid unnecessary outbreak response measures such as case isolation and contact investigations,” the study authors write. “We have developed a real-time reverse transcription-PCR (RT-PCR) method specific for genotype A measles virus (MeV) (MeVA RT-quantitative PCR [RT-qPCR]) that can identify measles vaccine strains rapidly, with high throughput, and without the need for sequencing to determine the genotype.”

Mar 06 12:16

Scientists Want You To Get A Brain Chip To Make You Smarter; And Intelligence Agencies Absolutely Won't Abuse This Technology Implanted In Humans

By Aaron Kesel

The next big evolutionary Orwellian technology is coming. Soon you will be able to implant yourself with a brain chip to be super smart, CBS Chicago reported.

Elon Musk has previously criticized humans at a conference in Dubai. He expressed that artificial intelligence would surpass human beings and that we would be irrelevant if we didn’t merge with machines. Musk plans to do this with his "Neuralink" product that can make anyone superhuman by connecting their brain to a computer chip...

Mar 06 12:10

Lakeview Terrace Settles Wrongful Discharge Case for $600,000.

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced this week that Lakeview Terrace, an L.A. nursing home, has agreed to pay $600,000 for fines and services to settle a case alleging unlawful and unsafe discharge of residents. The settlement terms require the facility to assist homeless residents find safe and suitable placement and services when they no longer need nursing home care. The settlement even includes modest funds to pay residents' housing costs for those who do not have appropriate housing available. Congratulations to the L.A. City Attorney and his staff, who have successfully fought against resident and patient dumping for the last several years, and the WISE & Health Aging Long Term Care Ombudsman program, which was integral to the development and prosecution of the case.

Mar 06 11:48

Watch Japan's Hayabusa2 Grab a Piece of an Asteroid in This Incredible Video!

Japan's space agency completed a complicated touchdown maneuver at a distant space rock last month, and it has now released an incredible video from the spacecraft's point of view.

The spacecraft, Hayabusa2, is conducting a sample-return mission at a near-Earth asteroid called Ryugu, and last month's touchdown was perhaps the single most important maneuver of the mission. The new video shows what happened during the procedure, which occured on Feb. 21.

First, the spacecraft eases itself down toward the asteroid's rocky surface. Then, it immediately bounces back up, leaving a burst of flying rubble in its wake as it retreats up to safety.

Mar 06 09:03

The American Catastrophe: Drug, Alcohol, & Suicide Deaths Hit Record Levels

Since the United States government began tracking the cause of death in 1999, suicides, alcohol, and drug-related deaths have skyrocketed to record levels. The new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that Americans are dying younger as life expectancy continues to drop.

Feelings of hopelessness and despair are overwhelming many in the U.S. So much so, that people are turning to alcohol, drugs, and suicide to numb the pain of their lives. Government enslavement and the stranglehold on the economy are making life even more difficult on those already struggling to get by. And this is seen in new death numbers released.

Mar 06 08:25

Suicide, drugs and alcohol deaths hit record high: Report reveals those causes killed 150,000 people in 2017 - more than DOUBLE the rate in 1999

Deaths from drugs, alcohol and suicide hit a record-high in 2017, according to new analyses of CDC data.
In 2017, more than 150,000 Americans were killed by those three causes, double the number in 1999, the report by Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and Well Being Trust (WBT) reveals.
Despite claims of progress to combat depression, alcoholism, and addiction, the report shows we have barely made a dent.

Mar 06 08:14

The Canary Party’s New Viral Video: Do Vaccines Cause Autism?

An article from newsletter, from Sept. 2013 w/ video.

Posted in response to the Congressional Hearing on Mandatory Vaccines. [ts]

Mar 06 08:04

New Mexico sues US Air Force over groundwater contamination

New Mexico on Tuesday sued the U.S. Air Force over groundwater contamination at two bases, saying the federal government has a responsibility to clean up plumes of toxic chemicals left behind by past military firefighting activities.

The contamination — linked to a class of chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS — was detected last year in groundwater on and near Cannon and Holloman air bases.

Mar 06 07:48

PBS Trade Secrets The Chemical Industry

This clip highlights how the chemical industry engaged in a conspiracy to keep any information about the scientific findings of cancer causing effects of Polyvinyl Chloride a secret from the public (workers/physicians/govt).

Mar 06 07:33

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons “STRONGLY OPPOSES” Mandatory Vaccines

In a statement to a Senate subcommittee, The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons said they "STRONGLY OPPOSE" mandatory vaccines.

Mar 05 20:55

Pain Relief >>> THC and CBD are the best and can even treat bone cancer. No side effects or addictions... please READ

10 out of 50 states allow dispensaries that allow you to buy buds, that you can use to create your own medicine. THC is the best and will not just give you pain relief but help faster recovery.

33 states out of 50 in the USA you can get CBD medicine legally from your doctor. This is great for pain relief. Even bone cancer, which opioids cannot touch.

Recommend "Run from the Cure" on youtube to find out more.

Also I grew and made my own medicine recently, which cured my back pain, and 3 of my internal piles fell out over the 7 day course I took.

FYI: The medicine is taken orally as you'll see in the video, not topically. Please spread the message to those in need.

And thank God for Rick Simpson.

Also please watch Cannabis Common Sense, to find out much more.

Mar 05 16:51

How to Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor

Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, renowned pediatrician and author advises parents on home treatment and diagnosis of colds and flus, childhood illnesses, vision and hearing problems, allergies, and more. PLUS, a complete section on picking the right doctor for your child, step-by-step instructions for knowing when to call a doctor, and much more.

Mar 05 12:44

HHS Extends Contract to Make ‘Humanized Mice’ With Aborted Baby Parts for Another 90 Days

The Department of Health and Human Services says it has granted a second 90-day extension to a contract it has with the University of California at San Francisco that requires UCSF to make “humanized mice.”

These creatures are made by implanting mice with human tissues taken from late-term aborted babies.

The HHS's multi-million-dollar contract with UCSF that requires the construction of these “humanized mice” creates a demand--driven by federal tax dollars--for tissue taken from late-term aborted babies. According to an estimate it has published on its website, the National Institutes of Health (which is a division of HHS) will spend $95 million this fiscal year alone on research that--like UCSF's "humanized mouse" contract--uses human fetal tissue.

Mar 05 12:40

The Green New Deal Continues the War on Meat

By José Niño

The War on Meat is back in action.

One year ago, I wrote about the “War on Meat” taking place around the West, where government agencies in tandem, with several plant-based activist groups, have made a concerted push to demonize meat. Some plans that they have put forward consist of taxing meat as a means of reducing meat consumption.

With the recently unveiled “Green New Deal”, the war drums pounding against beef have only gotten louder. Just like its 20th-century predecessor, the Green New Deal is an economically illiterate legislative package. Robert Murphy wrote two fantastic articles debunking many of the flawed policies included in the Green New Deal such as profligate spending and regulation.

However, this article will focus on the more social engineering aspects of the Green New Deal. Specifically, its anti-meat vision.

Blame Meat for Global Warming...

Mar 05 12:12

Exclusive: OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma exploring bankruptcy -sources

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP is exploring filing for bankruptcy to address potentially significant liabilities from roughly 2,000 lawsuits alleging the drugmaker contributed to the deadly opioid crisis sweeping the United States, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.

The potential move shows how Purdue and its wealthy owners, the Sackler family, are under pressure to respond to mounting litigation accusing the company of misleading doctors and patients about risks associated with prolonged use of its prescription opioids.

Purdue denies the allegations, arguing that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved labels for its opioids carried warnings about the risk of abuse and misuse associated with the pain treatments.

Mar 05 11:56

‘Elixir of Immortality’ Uncovered in 2,000-Year-Old Chinese Tomb

A yellowish liquid found in a bronze pot dating back some 2,000 years is not wine, as Chinese archaeologists initially thought. It’s actually an “elixir of immortality” concocted during ancient times.

The bronze pot was discovered last October by archaeologists working at the tomb of a noble family in the Henan Province of central China. The 210-square-meter site in the city of Luoyang dates back to the Western Han Dynasty (202 BCE to 8 CE) and, in addition to the pot, yielded the well-preserved remains of a nobleman, painted clay pots, materials made from jade and bronze, and a lamp in the shape of a wild goose.

Intriguingly, the pot contained 3.5 liters (0.9 gallons) of a yellowish liquid exhibiting a very strong alcohol-like smell. At the time, archaeologists figured it was wine—a conclusion consistent with other discoveries dating back to the same period. Back then, wine made from rice and sorghum grains were used in ritual sacrifices and ceremonies, reported Xinhua.

Mar 05 11:52

An Asteroid the Size of a Jumbo Jet Just Buzzed Safely By Earth

The space rock, named asteroid 2015 EG, posed no threat during the encounter as it passed by at a safe distance of about 274,400 miles (441,600 kilometers), or 1.1 times the average distance between Earth and the moon, at 4:03 p.m. EST (2103 GMT).

As its name implies, asteroid 2015 EG was discovered in 2015. NASA estimates that the space rock measures between 63 and 141 feet (19 to 43 meters) across and is currently barrelling through the solar system at 21,545 mph (9.63 km/s). It's actually one of five near-Earth asteroids on NASA's radar today, but asteroid 2015 EG made the closest approach of them all, according to NASA's Asteroid Watch.

Mar 05 11:52

Flu Stats: When the Numbers Don’t Add Up

The very first tidbit that caught my eye was the CDC’s yearly statement about flu deaths on their own website. After reading it on several flu summary pages, that 80,000 stat seems to negate what the NYT and other media sources are repeating:

How many people died from flu during the 2017-2018 season?

While flu deaths in children are reported to CDC, flu deaths in adults are not nationally notifiable.

How many people die from flu each year? (2016 – 2017)

CDC does not count how many people die from flu each year. Unlike flu deaths in children, flu deaths in adults are not nationally reportable.

How many people died from flu during the 2015-2016 season?

CDC does not count how many people die from flu each year.

How many people died from flu during the 2014-2015 season?

CDC does not count how many people die from flu each year. Unlike flu deaths in children, flu deaths in adults are not nationally reportable.

Mar 05 11:40

Wi-Fi in Schools: Experimenting with the Next Generation

When it comes to accessing this ocean of information, we have two basic choices: wired or Wi-Fi. The vast majority of schools have embraced the wireless revolution. It’s easy to see why. Compared to wired internet, wireless is simpler, cheaper, and faster for schools to install.

Today, students are trading notebooks and textbooks for laptops, cellphones, iPads, and all manner of “smart” devices connected to a potent wireless infrastructure that lets them be used virtually anywhere on school grounds.

But that wireless web comes with a devastating downside. Doctors and scientists say that the students and teachers who attend these schools are risking their health.

Mar 05 11:31

Most US coal plants are contaminating groundwater with toxins, analysis finds

Almost every coal-fired power plant in the US is contaminating groundwater with unsafe levels of toxic pollution, according to the first comprehensive analysis of the consequences of coal ash waste disposal.

Of the 265 US power plants that monitor groundwater, 242 have reported unsafe levels of at least one pollutant derived from coal ash, which is the remnants of coal after it is burned for energy. More than half such facilities report unsafe levels of arsenic, a carcinogen linked to multiple types of cancer, with 60% finding elevated lithium, which is associated with neurological damage.

In all, nine out of every 10 coal plants with reportable data have tainted nearby groundwater with at least one coal ash pollutant, with a majority having unsafe levels of at least four different toxins.

Mar 05 11:27

Netherlands Moving Towards Euthanasia for the Healthy

The Netherlands was the first country in the world to legalize euthanasia in 2002. Today, they are still the global pioneers. The Dutch keep pushing the boundaries wider and wider.

Euthanasia is becoming increasingly common. In 2017 (the last year for which figures are available), doctors reported administering lethal injections to 6,585 patients. In 2010, that number was only 3,316. Thus, euthanasia has doubled in less than a decade.

Euthanasia has been normalized to the extent that, last year, the chairman of the Royal Dutch Medical Association asked the Dutch government to communicate to the public that euthanasia is not a “right.” Patients need to understand that their doctor is never obligated to administer it.

The 2002 bill that legalized euthanasia states that people become eligible when they have “unbearable suffering with no prospect of improvement.” Thus, euthanasia was never strictly limited to patients with terminal illnesses.

Mar 05 10:53

Israel sets Gaza up for superbug epidemic

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism recently ran a report titled “Unseen enemy: Doctors in Gaza battling superbug epidemic”.

Given the regular atrocities to which the Gaza Strip is subjected by a very visible enemy – the state of Israel – the last thing that’s needed is an unseen one, to boot.

In the past five years alone, Israel’s activities vis-a-vis the Palestinian territory have included a 50-day assault in 2014 that killed some 2,251 Palestinians – most of them civilians, and more than 550 of them children – along with repeated attacks on peaceful Palestinian protesters in the context of the Great March of Return, which saw more than 60 Palestinians killed on a single day last May.

Mar 05 10:52


The level of hysteria surrounding measles is rising fast, although there has only been 159 cases in North America this season. People are freaking out and blaming the unvaccinated for this ‘outbreak.’ Vaccine advocates are demanding that anti-vaccine voices are scrubbed from public view. Facebook is working to ban all informed vaccine content from the site. Lawmakers are proposing a flurry of legislation aimed at severely punishing families that prefer not to vaccinate, even looking to remove vaccine exemptions at the federal level.

Measles is a terrible disease, and no child should have to suffer, and while generations before us survived the disease, we have entered an era where the individual is pressed more and more to conform in every way to the demands of the hive. But is all the hype and panic aimed at the anti-vaccine community really justified? Are unvaccinated kids really the problem?

Mar 05 10:51

Scott Adams: Talking to Dr. Shiva About Climate Change

The earth maintains equilibrium via multiple processes
Those processes NEUTRALIZE climate change
Richard Lindzen’s “Iris effect” has been confirmed true
Cloud shape changes with CO2 increase, neutralizes increase
Cloud and water vapor changes from CO2, NOT in the models
There is NO sharp rate increase in temperature over the last 50 years
2.5B years ago, the sun was putting out 30% LESS energy
With 30% less sun energy…earth temperatures barely colder
The earth maintained equilibrium via clouds and water vapor
Multi-dimensional problems can’t be reduced to a single variable (like CO2)
People don’t understand math and physics, they’re being bamboozled
CO2 doubled already, temp should be up 4 degrees, per models
The models are NOT supported by the data
Actual temperature increase has only been half degree

Mar 05 10:49

Striking scans show how 'lung cancer patient's tumours SHRUNK within three months of him taking daily drops of cannabis-derived oil'

A cancer patient who accepted the disease would kill him saw his tumours shrink – by taking drops of cannabidiol (CBD) oil each day.

The 81-year-old, who hasn't been identified, repeatedly refused chemotherapy and other treatments to prolong his life.

Instead, the ex-smoker, believed to be from the Stoke-on-Trent area, opted to take CBD oil for three months to tackle his lung cancer.

Doctors have now published stunning scans, showing how doing so halved the size of his tumours and reversed the progression of his disease.

The tale has been published in a medical journal, where doctors claimed 'CBD may have had a role in the striking response'.