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Jul 26 10:59

Prohibition is Over! First GOP Poll to Show Majority Support for Full Marijuana Legalization

By Steven Maxwell

Prohibition of cannabis is over. It may not be legally over yet, but in the minds of men and women, it’s over.

A new YouGov poll shows a new record high of Americans now support the legalization of marijuana by a widening gap...

Jul 26 09:18

Environmentalists Spar With EPA On Jet Engine Exhaust, Air Pollution

The US Environmental Protection Agency has declared that aircraft emissions contribute to air pollution and “endanger public health,” but environmental activists say the “endangerment finding” falls short on creating rules to reduce aircraft emissions.

“Addressing pollution from aircraft is an important element of U.S. efforts to address climate change,” Janet McCabe, EPA’s acting assistant administrator for air and radiation, said on Monday, according to the Associated Press.

Jul 26 07:57

Thousands of anti-fracking activists rally in Philadelphia, US

Thousands of anti-fracking campaigners took to the streets of Philadelphia on Sunday, a day ahead of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) that is to take place there.

Jul 26 07:57

Glyphosate disrupts DNA function, causing ‘medical chaos’ in the form of multiple diseases including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, say researchers

Nearly half a century has passed since Monsanto scientist John Franz first discovered glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, which today is sprayed heavily all over the globe, including on our food and water, and in recreational areas where people go for leisure.

Jul 26 07:54

This state is taking the lead for solar power

California is taking the lead on solar and renewable energy, requiring that 33 percent of electricity come from the sun and wind by 2020. This will up to 50 percent in 2050 in an effort to save resources and better the environment by reducing the need for fossil fuels. This was put into effect by California governor Jerry Brown, who signed the bill in 2015.

Jul 25 19:49

LEAKED Footage: Here’s What Monstrous Things They Do For The Sake Of The Meat Industry

Waking Times Media

Animal Equality investigators have infiltrated hatcheries to show you a reality that the chicken industry does not want you to see…

Jul 25 19:15

How antidepressants affect the brain and make people more likely to kill

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) admitted back in 2004 that SSRIs, SNRIs and other "new generation" antidepressants like the kind Bain was using can, in fact, worsen depression symptoms, and in some cases cause users to become suicidal or homicidal.

Jul 25 19:09

REVEALED Vaccine ingredients cause tumors to grow - NaturalNews.com

Furthermore, Dr. Bradstreet and his colleagues found that an enzyme/protein called nagalase, made by cancer cells and viruses, stops vitamin D from binding to the Gc protein, stripping the human body of its natural ability to kill cancer cells.

Nagalase has been found in high concentrations in children with autism. As nagalase has never been found in newborns, it must somehow have been introduced into these kids' bodies later in life.

Jul 25 18:13

THE "BIG BANG" IS JUST RELIGION DISGUISED AS SCIENCE

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Mentioned on today's radio show!

Jul 25 12:56

M6.1 - 53km NW of Diego de Almagro, Chile

Jul 25 10:19

New study suggests Alzheimer’s may be in the brain as young as preschool

A gene which may be related to Alzheimer’s disease can show itself as early as preschool, according to a new study published in the journal Neurology.

Jul 25 09:52

Anonymous letter listing concerns about Canadian nuclear generating stations can’t be ignored, says NDP leader.

Federal NDP leader Tom Mulcair is demanding an independent investigation into allegations of safety problems at nuclear power generating stations in Ontario.

Mulcair criticized the Liberal government’s decision to allow the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to investigate itself in the wake of a scathing anonymous letter citing serious safety failures.

The letter was reportedly sent to commission president Michael Binder weeks ago and to media outlets this week.

It alleges CNSC management withheld information from commission panels holding licensing hearings for two nuclear plants in Ontario. The CNSC regulates the use of nuclear energy in Canada.

Jul 25 09:24

Vaccines Blamed for Alarming Increase in Seizure Disorders Among Children

By Missy Fluegge

The rates of seizure disorders in children have skyrocketed in recent years, with one in 20 children under the age of five now suffering from epilepsy. Many parents know vaccines are to blame, as their children suffered seizures shortly after vaccination. Government officials say it’s mere coincidence.

Epilepsy is the formal medical diagnosis given to patients who suffer multiple seizures...

Jul 25 08:51

TEXAS SHERIFFS RAID RAW MILK EXCHANGES… REAL COUNTRY FOOD FROM A COW IS NOW ILLEGAL IN TEXAS

Buying milk about as close to nature as it gets – directly from the cow – is still a punishable offense in many areas of the U.S., and residents of the Houston, Texas, suburb of Katy were reminded of this recently, after being paid a visit by police officers for the “crime” of buying and selling raw dairy products on private property.

Jul 25 08:42

How antidepressants affect the brain and make people more likely to kill

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) admitted back in 2004 that SSRIs, SNRIs and other "new generation" antidepressants like the kind Bain was using can, in fact, worsen depression symptoms, and in some cases cause users to become suicidal or homicidal. The agency three years later issued a "Black Box" warning for these same antidepressants, suggesting that all users up to age 24 be monitored for extreme side effects including agitation, panic attacks, anxiety, hostility, impulsivity and akathisia.

As to why these drugs do this, researchers say it's predicated upon a variance in how they're metabolized by individual users. So-called "ultra-rapid metabolizers," for instance, absorb the drugs' active ingredients much more quickly than others, putting them at a higher risk of experiencing wild behavioral and mental fluctuations. There's also the genetic factor; certain gene variations can precipitate variances in how antidepressant drugs affect users' brain chemistry.

Jul 25 08:40

REVEALED: Vaccine ingredients cause tumors to grow

Furthermore, Dr. Bradstreet and his colleagues found that an enzyme/protein called nagalase, made by cancer cells and viruses, stops vitamin D from binding to the Gc protein, stripping the human body of its natural ability to kill cancer cells.

Nagalase has been found in high concentrations in children with autism. As nagalase has never been found in newborns, it must somehow have been introduced into these kids' bodies later in life.

Most of the doctors found dead believed that nagalase was being intentionally added to vaccines.

Other harmful ingredients often added to vaccines include mercury, formaldehyde, monosodium glutamate and aluminum.

Jul 25 07:56

TEXAS SHERIFFS RAID RAW MILK EXCHANGES… REAL COUNTRY FOOD FROM A COW IS NOW ILLEGAL IN TEXAS

Buying milk about as close to nature as it gets – directly from the cow – is still a punishable offense in many areas of the U.S., and residents of the Houston, Texas, suburb of Katy were reminded of this recently, after being paid a visit by police officers for the “crime” of buying and selling raw dairy products on private property.

According to reports, county health inspectors in cahoots with a police entourage raided a raw milk exchange taking place in the parking lot of Holy Apostles Church, a drop-off point where area residents come to pick up raw milk they’ve legally purchased from nearby farms. Sheriff’s deputies broke up the gathering, despite the fact that it in no way violates the law concerning raw milk sales in Texas.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The words (I can use on on this site) regarding such raids are: thoroughly, completely, and mind-bogglingly insane.

Jul 24 19:17

I stopped taking statins to avoid the 'debilitating' side effects, says former NHS boss Sir David Nicholson

Sir David, who also has type 2 diabetes, said: 'I was getting muscle and joint pain. It was getting worse and worse. It was mild to begin with and I kind of thought it was because I was getting old. I stopped taking them for a week and I got better.'

Jul 24 18:14

Declassified Document: The U.S. Army has Weaponized a Pokemon Episode

While the Pokemon Go craze continues to spread across the world, a number of troublesome stories about the app and its GPS features are coming to light. While drivers crash into the back of police cars and teenagers mindlessly cross busy highways – whilst searching for their favorite virtual 90s creatures – others are delving into the darker mysteries surrounding the app and Pokemon franchise as a whole.

Jul 24 10:09

Jury finds DuPont guilty of dumping cancer-causing Teflon chemicals into Ohio River that spread across the globe, causing widespread illness and death

The jury that heard the case presented on behalf of the plaintiff by "America's Lawyer" Mike Papantonio unanimously agreed that DuPont demonstrated "conscious disregard" for human health by routinely dumping C-8 into the Ohio River during the manufacture of Teflon pans -- and we now know that C-8 has since circulated globally, contaminating oceans, lakes, and other waterways throughout the world.

DuPont acted not only in gross negligence by failing to properly dispose of C-8 in a way that wouldn't damage the environment and water supplies used by humans and animals, but also engaged in intentional vandalism and routine crimes against humanity. You see, C-8 doesn't break down like other compounds -- and DuPont knew all along that it was harmful to humans -- and yet the company chose to pour it into the Ohio River regardless.

Jul 24 09:35

Tropical storms in East Pacific could become hurricanes this weekend

Two more tropical cyclones are spinning in the East Pacific, while former Tropical Storm Estelle weakened to a post-tropical cyclone.

Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center expect Georgette, the seventh named storm of the season, to become a hurricane today or tonight. It strenghtened this morning and now has sustained winds of 70 mph.

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I am feeling picked-on! :)

Jul 24 09:17

Scientists Invent Oxygen Particle That If Injected, Allows You To Live Without Breathing

A team of scientists at the Boston Children’s Hospital have invented what is being considered one the greatest medical breakthroughs in recent years. They have designed a microparticle that can be injected into a person’s bloodstream that can quickly oxygenate their blood. This will even work if the ability to breathe has been restricted, or even cut off entirely.

This finding has the potential to save millions of lives every year. The microparticles can keep an object alive for up to 30 min after respiratory failure. This is accomplished through an injection into the patients’ veins. Once injected, the microparticles can oxygenate the blood to near normal levels. This has countless potential uses as it allows life to continue when oxygen is needed but unavailable. For medical personnel, this is just enough time to avoid risking a heart attack or permanent brain injury when oxygen is restricted or cut off to patients.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

WOW!! Bravo, Dr, Kheir, and bravo, Boston Children's Hospital!!

Jul 24 07:37

Not Just Bees, All Insects are in Decline and Heading for Extinction

Researchers are feverishly working to understand the global die off of the world’s bee species, and have linked colony collapse disorder to the use of neonicotinoid pesticides along with other common agrichemicals. As it turns out, the impact of modern industrial agriculture and widespread chemical contamination of our environment is not just affecting bees, but also contributing to the loss of all insects, and some scientists believe we are moving in the direction of mass extinction.

Jul 24 07:01

Tropical Storm Darby Track Shifts South

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It looks like we dodged a bullet here. The center of the storm track has shifted south after the storm crossed the Big Island and while we will still get a lot of wind and rain later today, the center of the storm with the highest winds will probably miss us by a wide margin.

Jul 23 13:20

Emails reveal role of Monsanto in Séralini study retraction

In September 2012 the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology (FCT) published the research of a team led by the French biologist Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini, which found liver and kidney toxicity and hormonal disturbances in rats fed Monsanto’s GM maize NK603 and very small doses of the Roundup herbicide it is grown with, over a long-term period. An additional observation was a trend of increased tumours in most treatment groups.

In November 2013 the study was retracted by the journal’s editor, A. Wallace Hayes, after the appointment of a former Monsanto scientist, Richard E. Goodman, to the editorial board and a non-transparent review process by nameless people that took several months.

Did Monsanto pressure the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology (FCT) to retract the study? French journalist Stéphane Foucart addresses this question in an article for Le Monde.

Jul 23 09:29

Naked man runs rings around three policemen through Italian town square while shouting 'praise to Allah'

Give me your tired,your poor and your buck naked crazies yearning to eat pasta!

A naked man shouting out 'praise to Allah' was filmed in a public square running rings around three police officers who struggle to catch him.
The 22-year-old man from Tunisia, who has not been named, was seen running in the nude around the Pratto della Valle Square in the city of Padua in the northern Veneto region of Italy.
He was spotted by a passing police patrol and amused onlookers watched as a game of cat and mouse unfolded.

Jul 23 08:42

THE “DRUG WAR” IS A CRONY WAR: CORRUPT COP COMES CLEAN, 50-60 CONVICTIONS OVERTURNED, COP GOES TO JAIL AND ASKS FOR FORGIVENESS (VIDEO)

The question is fundamentally what is worse, the drugs or the drug war? It seems clear to me that the drug war is far worse.

The drug war destroys lives of innocent people. It incentivises police corruption. It incentivizes the distribution of hard drugs. It puts money into the pockets of organized crime. It often keeps people who need help from getting help. It undermines our very Constitution. The drug war is a failed and very expensive social experiment. We need to find another way.

Jul 23 08:10

Step inside Apollo 11's command module: Stunning new Smithsonian 3D scan using a TRILLION measurements lets you take a virtual tour (and reveals how tiny the capsule really was)

To mark the 47th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon-landing mission, the Smithsonian has revealed a stunning high resolution 3D model of the command module 'Columbia,' the spacecraft that carried astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin and Michael Collins to the moon.

The stunning virtual 3-D model that will allow the public a look inside the car-sized Apollo 11 command module.

As one of the most sophisticated scans ever made of a historic artifact, it employed seven different scanning technologies to capture nearly 1 trillion high-resolution measurements producing more than a terabyte of compressed data resulting in a highly detailed master model.

Jul 23 07:51

Three Charged in Billion-Dollar Medicare Fraud Scheme

Three people have been charged in an unprecedented $1 billion health care fraud scam, accused of using dozens of Miami nursing homes to bilk the taxpayer-funded Medicare and Medicaid programs, according to an indictment unsealed Friday. “This is the largest single criminal health care fraud case ever brought against individuals by the Department of Justice,” Assistant Attorney General of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division Leslie Caldwell announced in a statement. Authorities said Philip Esformes, who ran 30 nursing homes and assisted living facilities, joined with two conspirators and a complex network of corrupt doctors and hospitals to refer thousands of patients to their facilities even though the patients did not qualify for the services. Some of the treatments were harmful, they added.

Jul 23 07:17

CENSORSHIP ALERT - Alzheimer's and dementia can be prevented, slowed down and even reversed, despite what you've been told by conventional medicine!

Are you concerned about brain health? Or, of one day not recognizing your closest friend? If so, or if you care about friends and family members dealing with poor brain function, don’t miss The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Summit. Brain disorders, including memory loss, are fast becoming the single biggest health problem in the world.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am posting this here at WRH because apparently the organizers of this convention a professional marketing firm in New York to help them share the news about this event, including a massive advertising campaign on Google and Facebook.

Within 48 hours of placing the first ads on the internet , they were taken down! The marketing firm, which spends a lot of money on Google ads every month, said that this has NEVER happened to them before! Apparently the possibility that Alzheimer’s and Dementia might be reversible through natural means was a threat to someone's profits!

Jul 23 06:50

Tropical Storm Darby

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Current track has the storm center right over us on Oahu 2AM Monday. The storm is also strengthening.

Now, one factor does not appear to be included in the computer models, and that is what happens when the storm passes over that huge plume of heat rising from the volcanoes on the southern part of the Big Island. In the past I have seen storms, including one full-blown hurricane, tear apart when passing through that area. So, I am not going to get real worried until this time tomorrow morning.

Jul 22 16:06

Tropical Storm Darby

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The predicted track for the center of the storm continues to shift closer to Oahu.

Jul 22 15:46

Baby born with Zika-related microcephaly in New York City

Officials fear the Miami case could be the first to come directly from a mosquito bite in the United States. They are now testing US mosquitoes for the virus, which is most commonly carried by the Aedes aegypt

Jul 22 15:42

Saving memories of an epic voyage: Race is on to digitise data stored on film 40 years after Viking 1 landed on Mars

Nasa's Viking 1 lander made history 40 years ago when it became the first man-made spacecraft to touch down on the surface of Mars.

The mission gave scientists their first chance to study the surface of the red planet, sending back data across 34 million miles (55 million km) that's still used today to prepare for mankind's future missions to Mars.

Now the race is on to preserve this data - recorded on microfilm - and digitise it so it can continue to be help push the boundaries of space travel.

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The data the spacecraft sent back - which included the first high resolution images of the Martian surface and results from experiments that studied the composition of the planet's atmosphere - was stored on rolls of microfilm – a new technology at the time.

Now scientists at Nasa's data archiving lab are converting these rolls of microfilm into digital data to preserve them for future generations of scientists and students.

Jul 22 09:17

Archaeologists OVERTURN THE OFFICIAL HISTORY:, Multi story houses were built In Serbia 6000 years ago!

Thirty archaeologists and students from the region near the Corridor 10 near Paracin excavated remains of the largest Neolithic settlements in Serbia.

Primary school in Drenovac near Paracin and this summer the base archaeologists, researchers and students who more than a decade unearthing the remains of a Neolithic village near highway. They 6 hours every morning they go to the site on the right side of Corridor 10 from the direction of Paracin to Belgrade and under the protective structure-balloon working on defining two Neolithic houses, revealing the remains of the floor and the wall.

At this point, about 6,000 years ago, or 4 millennium BC, there was a real urban Neolithic city in which he lived close to 3,000 "soul". The geomagnetic recordings under the ground was discovered 600 buildings, of which at least half could be home.

Jul 22 08:56

Ohio Legislature moves towards mandatory vaccines, proposing to eliminate philosophical exemptions entirely

A growing number of parents across the nation are now going against the recommendations of the CDC vaccine schedule – which currently promotes the injecting of 49 doses of various vaccines before a child turns 6 years old. The number of parents opting out of the onslaught of childhood vaccinations has doubled since 2009. As vaccine use plummets, state legislatures are trying to find new ways to bully parents into the vaccination cycle.

A new bill in Ohio (HB 564) seeks to intimidate parents into vaccine compliance by forcing them to be re-educated about the benefits of vaccines. Ohio parents will no longer be allowed to send their children to public schools unless they see a state-licensed medical doctor first to receive such re-education. If the parent objects to a vaccine, and determines it's not worth the risk to their child, they will no longer get to make that choice freely.

Jul 22 08:37

HIGHWAY BLUETOOTH DETECTORS ARE SPYING ON MOTORISTS AND PEDESTRIANS

DHS, the Dept., of Transportation and probably the DEA are using Bluetooth detectors to spy on motorists and pedestrians.

Government agencies like DHS and the DEA use Bluetooth detectors to gather Bluetooth data from a Wireless Sensor Network.
Wireless technology that allows electronic devices to communicate directly with one another
Recently emerged as viable travel time collection technology
Open standard, allows for off-the-shelf equipment
Detection range limited to about 328 feet (100 meters)
Less expensive than many other options
Flexible installation
Some potential privacy concerns
Detection technology relies on drivers' use of Bluetooth-enabled devices
“The whole country is doing this,” Paul Misticawi, vice president of public sector sales for traffic data software company.

Bluetooth detectors will soon be able to identify everyone

Webmaster's Commentary: 

These are the acts of a government terrified of their own people.

And in terms of surveilling ME?!?

The question would be, why the heck?!?

I'm a Christian pacifist activist, and the choral director of a small local church choir; what "threat level", please, do I present to this government?!?

The logical, short answer would be, zero.

But because I post to this blog, and work through information as logically and intelligently as I can, under the NDAA, I can be imprisoned indefinitely without due process whatsoever.

And as Shakespeare said, "Aye, there's the rub."

When logic itself becomes criminalized, the society in which this is happening is in deep kim chee. (Here in the Islands, that's literally a sour cabbage dish, but it means being in deep trouble.)

And folks, this is already starting to happen in this country.

Jul 22 07:48

Dark matter still MIA after most exhaustive search yet

Today, the team behind one of the most sensitive dark matter detectors announced its full experimental run had failed to turn up any of the particles it was looking for. The LUX detector (Large Underground Xenon) is designed to pick up signs of weakly interacting massive particles, or WIMPs, when they engage in one of their rare interactions with normal matter. The null result doesn't rule out the existence of dark matter, but it limits its potential properties.

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The proponents of the Big Bang theory have a real problem. Starting with the assumption that the observed red shift of distant objects is caused by relative velocity, calculations trying to find the estimated time of the Big Bang, which include the assumed slowing of expansion based on the estimated mass of the visible universe, don't work back to a single moment of divine creation. Rather than question that first assumption that the observed red shift is only caused by relative velocity, the "Bangers" came up with the theory of dark matter, to add enough mass to the cosmos to make the math work out. But, nobody can find the dark matter! And it may well be that the theory of dark matter, like the theory of epicycles, is a fiction intended to avoid going back and challenging that first assumption.

See THE "BIG BANG" IS JUST RELIGION DISGUISED AS SCIENCE

Jul 22 07:33

How Alex Jones Uses Fear of the Government to Sell Diet Supplements

Alternative media mogul Alex Jones—one of the most prominent opponents of the New World Order, “scientific dictatorship,” and the secret society that controls the police—has come a long way since he started his first radio show at KJFK in Austin, Texas. The Alex Jones Show, which peddles far-right and libertarian leaning political and social views to its emotionally-invested listeners, is syndicated on over 160 AM and FM stations across the country, carried by the America’s Talk channel on internet radio juggernaut iHeartRadio, and distributed as a popular podcast on iTunes. His website Infowars, which runs various news stories and serves as a hub for his show, gets around 6 million unique visitors per month, according to web analytics firm Alexa.

Jul 22 06:22

FLASHBACK - John K. Vance; Uncovered LSD Project at CIA

Code-named MKULTRA (and pronounced m-k-ultra), the project Mr. Vance uncovered was the brainchild of CIA Director Allen Dulles, who was intrigued by reports of mind-control techniques allegedly conducted by Soviet, Chinese and North Korean agents on U.S. prisoners of war during the Korean War. The CIA wanted to use similar techniques on its own POWs and perhaps use LSD or other mind-bending substances on foreign leaders, including Cuba's Fidel Castro a few years after the project got underway in 1953.

Heading MKULTRA was a CIA chemist named Sidney Gottlieb. In congressional testimony, Gottlieb, who died in 1999, acknowledged that the agency had administered LSD to as many as 40 unwitting subjects, including prison inmates and patrons of brothels set up and run by the agency. At least one participant died when he jumped out of a 10th-floor window in a hotel; others claimed to have suffered serious psychological damage.

Jul 21 21:01

Phone charging plant

A Barcelona company has managed to turn the humble house plant into a bonafide charging station for your smartphone.

Jul 21 17:54

Human Hearing Loss Could Be Reversible

Many animals regenerate the tiny hair cells that enable hearing—and there are promising signs that people can be made to do the same.

Jul 21 17:32

Big Pharma Spending Millions Researching Real-Life X-Men DNA — To Earn Billions From New Drug

Thanks to exceptionally rare mutations, the DNA of 35-year-old Washington-based Steven Pete and 26-year-old Johannesburg-based Timothy Dreyer — two superhumans who can walk away unflinching from stab wounds, or keep bones intact, even after near-fatal road accidents — makes them nearly immune to pain and broken bones. No wonder drug companies are paying through…

Jul 21 13:32

The Real Reason Pharma Companies Hate Medical Marijuana (Spoiler Alert: It Works)

Whenever an irrational and inhumane law remains on the books far longer than any thinking person would consider appropriate, there’s usually one reason behind it: money.

Unsurprisingly, the continued federal prohibition on marijuana and its absurd classification as a Schedule 1 drug is no exception. Thankfully, a recent study published in the journal Health Affairs shows us exactly why pharmaceutical companies are one of the leading voices against medical marijuana. It has nothing to do with healthcare and everything to do with corporate greed.

So is it a war on drugs, or a war on cheap medicine. Decide for yourself.

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