Feb 01 11:23

18 U.S. Code § 2331 - Definitions

The democrats are in full coup mode. They are even advocating the assassination of President Trump. I have put up the pertinent statutes. These traitors and Insurrectionists need to be indicted convicted and imprisoned FOREVER!

(5) the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that—
(A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State;
(B) appear to be intended—
(i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;
(ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or
(iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and
(C) occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States.

Feb 01 11:18

18 U.S. Code § 2381 - Treason

It is high time to start prosecuting these Insurrectionists. Which is why they are holding up all the cabinet nominations,especially Jeff Sessions. The man has his work cut out for him. He shouldn't have any time to mess with medical pot. There are better things to do!

Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

Feb 01 11:15

18 U.S. Code § 2382 - Misprision of treason

Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States and having knowledge of the commission of any treason against them, conceals and does not, as soon as may be, disclose and make known the same to the President or to some judge of the United States, or to the governor or to some judge or justice of a particular State, is guilty of misprision of treason and shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than seven years, or both.

Feb 01 11:13

18 U.S. Code § 2384 - Seditious conspiracy

If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.

Feb 01 11:12

18 U.S. Code § 2385 - Advocating overthrow of Government

Whoever knowingly or willfully advocates, abets, advises, or teaches the duty, necessity, desirability, or propriety of overthrowing or destroying the government of the United States or the government of any State, Territory, District or Possession thereof, or the government of any political subdivision therein, by force or violence, or by the assassination of any officer of any such government; or

Whoever, with intent to cause the overthrow or destruction of any such government, prints, publishes, edits, issues, circulates, sells, distributes, or publicly displays any written or printed matter advocating, advising, or teaching the duty, necessity, desirability, or propriety of overthrowing or destroying any government in the United States by force or violence, or attempts to do so; or

Feb 01 11:11

Plastic And Capitalism Are Killing Ocean Life

For 21st century capitalism the more disposable the better. Ocean life and human health be damned.

According to a recent Ellen MacArthur Foundation study, the world’s oceans are set to have more plastic than fish by 2050. At the current rate of production and disposal the net weight of plastic in the oceans will be greater than that of fish in a little over three decades.

Feb 01 11:03

Say goodbye to the Northern Lights: Plunging solar activity could cause auroras to DISAPPEAR from UK in the next few decades

Dr Mathew Owens, from the University of Reading, said: 'The magnetic activity of the sun ebbs and flows in predictable cycles, but there is also evidence that it is due to plummet, possibly by the largest amount for 300 years.

'If so, the Northern Lights phenomenon would become a natural show exclusive to the polar regions, due to a lack of solar wind forces that often make it visible at lower latitudes.'

At the same time, some of the natural protection against radiation offered to the Earth by the solar atmosphere and its 'wind' of particles could be lost, he said.

A reduction in the solar wind would see the heliosphere - the 'bubble' around the solar system made up of fast moving particles emitted by the sun - shrink significantly.

Feb 01 10:50

Genetically modified 'super-wheat' will be grown in the UK after trial is given the go-ahead despite fears of contamination

A sprinkle of gold dust might sound like the act of a fairy godmother from a children's film, but the wonder treatment has been given to genetically-modified wheat to transport extra genes into the plant.

The UK government has now granted permission to researchers to grow the 'wonder-wheat' in the UK in a world-first trial.

This is despite fears that GM crops will spread into wild and contaminate other species, leading food safety concerns.

Feb 01 09:32

Missouri Bill Would Ban Mercury Vaccines; First Step to Nullify Federal Policy in Practice

By Shane Trejo

A Missouri House bill would ban public health clinics from administering vaccines that contain mercury or any other metal put into the vaccine for preservation purposes, contradicting approved federal policy...

Feb 01 08:51

Physicists inadvertently discover a way to mass-produce graphene

Lead inventor Professor Chris Sorensen described the discovery to Digital Trends as “serendipity” striking. “We got lucky,” he said — noting that the discovery was a fortunate byproduct of work being done into carbon soot aerosol gels. Nonetheless, it is a particularly exciting step forward,

“We’ve looked at what other people have achieved with synthetic methods and we feel our method has a number of advantages,” Professor Sorensen said. “The biggest of those is simplicity. All we have to do is to fill a chamber with some oxygen and hydrocarbon, and then use a detonation. We don’t need a catalyst, there are no nasty chemicals, and it looks scaleable. We think it’s a very nice process.”

Feb 01 07:19

Existence of 'Lost Continent' Under Indian Ocean Confirmed --"Remnant of the Primeval SuperContinent Gondwana"

Scientists have confirmed the existence of a "lost continent" under the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius (above) that was left-over by the break-up of the supercontinent, Gondwana, which started about 200 million years ago. The piece of crust, which was subsequently covered by young lava during volcanic eruptions on the island, seems to be a tiny piece of ancient continent, which broke off from the island of Madagascar, when Africa, India, Australia and Antarctica split up and formed the Indian Ocean.

Jan 31 21:17

Navy cruiser runs aground, gushes oil into Tokyo Bay

A Navy probe into an accident involving the guided-missile cruiser Antietam continued on Tuesday, a day after the warship ran aground and gushed oil into Tokyo Bay.

The Ticonderoga-class vessel experienced an “engineering incident” while anchored near Fleet Activities Yokosuka around 8:56 a.m. on Monday, according to a statement issued Tuesday morning by the U.S. Pacific Fleet headquarters in Hawaii.

Jan 31 21:12

Senator: Army Corp told to approve Dakota pipeline easement

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Acting Secretary of the Army has directed the Army Corps of Engineers to proceed with an easement necessary to complete the Dakota Access pipeline, North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven said on Tuesday.

Jan 31 16:47

Drug Resistant Malaria? Treatment Fails To Cure 4 UK Patients In Medical First

A key malaria treatment has failed for the first time, prompting scientists to fear the disease could be becoming resistant to the primary drugs used to counter it.

The failure occurred in four patients being treated in the UK for an African strain of the mosquito-borne condition.

Jan 31 16:41

74% of Physicians Demand Changes to Obamacare

Seventy-four percent of primary care physicians favor changing Obamacare, while 15 percent said they would like to see outright repeal of the law, according to a report from the New England Journal of Medicine.

Jan 31 16:40

Fixing Healthcare From A-Z

Healthcare can arguably be considered the greatest divider among Americans, and not just simply Democrats and Republicans, which at the policy level its reach extends beyond immigration, terrorism, trade policy, taxation, as well as the federal deficit. Seldom have we heard from the political class (excluding Rand and Ron Paul as well as John Kasich,) radical free-market solutions that would not only place patients as the middleman and the industry more transparent but also how to fix the severe shortage of skilled healthcare workers.

Jan 31 15:54

Dr Stephanie Seneff - Vaccines, Glyphosate and Autism

Numerous health problems increased after GMOs were introduced in 1996. The percentage of Americans with three or more chronic illnesses jumped from 7% to 13% in just 9 years; food allergies skyrocketed, and disorders such as autism, diabetes, reproductive disorders, digestive problems, and others are on the rise. Dr. Stephanie Seneff explains how glyphosate (Round Up) causes nutritional deficiencies leading to diseases such as autism, alzheimer's, crone's, parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, muscle wasting, irritable bowel disease and leaky gut syndrome.

Jan 31 15:53


Jan 31 15:48

Autism Explained: Synergistic Poisoning from Aluminum and Glyphosate - Stephanie Seneff

The number of children diagnosed with autism in America has risen alarmingly over the past fifteen years, in exact step with the rise in the use of glyphosate (Roundup) on corn and soy crops. Coincidence? I think not. In parallel, children in the United States have been burdened with an increased aluminum load from the world's most comprehensive vaccination schedule. Glyphosate has a number of known biological effects that align with the known pathologies associated with autism. Glyphosate also likely promotes aluminum uptake into the tissues. Aluminum, a well-documented neurotoxin, is the established cause of dialysis dementia. I propose that aluminum accumulation in the brain, synergistically promoted by glyphosate, is the principal cause of autism in the US.

Jan 31 15:47

Glyphosate in Vaccines as Well as Food?

A report published last week found glyphosate in a number of childhood vaccines. Now more study is needed to learn more about the presence of other weedkiller ingredients in both our vaccines and our food.

Keep in mind that absolutely no studies have been done on the toxicity of weedkiller when injected into children. The US Environmental Protection Agency analyzed Monsanto’s self-serving safety studies on the potential toxicity when glyphosate is ingested, but not when it is injected. EPA documents studying how the body metabolizes glyphosate (that is, how it moves through the body) found that glyphosate shows up in bone marrow thirty minutes after injection.

Jan 31 15:43

Portland activist accused of sex crimes


Portland police on Monday filed new criminal accusations against an activist involved in organizing recent downtown protests.

Micah Rhodes, 23, faces four felony accusations of second-degree sex abuse. The allegations were filed Monday after officers arrested him during an anti-police protest last week. He was among 12 adults picked up for traffic citations for improper position on a highway and other offenses.

"All four charges relate to one juvenile victim," Simpson said. "Our detectives started looking into this, after his arrest Wednesday. They found information about a prior incident, and from there, conducted their investigation."

Court records show a Portland police detective received information that Rhodes met a 17-year-old male through a dating phone app in 2015, and the two had sex on multiple occasions.

Jan 31 15:31

Robert F Kennedy’s devastating quotes on vaccines and the CDC

From Kennedy’s video presentation, “7 Minutes on the CDC,” Anne Dachel (Age of Autism) has transcribed excerpts. This is explosive material, particularly because there is a chance Kennedy will head up an investigation of vaccine safety under Trump.

Jan 31 13:42

‘Unnecessary Risk’: FDA Says Homeopathic Teething Product Is Toxic, Company Won’t Recall

After the FDA issued a warning about a homeopathic medication for teething infants, the manufacturer refused to recall the product, saying that they are confident that the product is safe.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said on Friday that the levels of belladonna, a toxic substance also known as deadly nightshade, found in the teething tablets were sometimes “far exceeding the amount claimed on the label.”

Jan 31 13:13

Healing With Medical Marijuana

Bottom line to marijuana—it mitigates human suffering. It is the best and safest pain medication. It is cheap if you grow it yourself. It is better than any pharmaceutical on the market. It treats cancer. It is a wonder drug and can even be used by healthy people to keep their stress down.

Everyone who is against marijuana is against freedom. They are against God and they are against the will of the people who clearly want to be able to use marijuana when they want to or need to. Wherever there is freedom marijuana will be legal and unregulated.

Wherever there is marijuana there will be reductions in suffering, pain, and reductions in side effects from pharmaceutical drugs that kill people.

Jan 31 10:07

Physicists might have made a mistake in claiming to have turned hydrogen into a metal, experts say

The scientists who claim to have crushed hydrogen into a metal might have made one important mistake, according to experts.

Two physicists claimed that they had finally succeeded in a feat that scientists have been attempting for almost a hundred years – crushing hydrogen and turning it into metal through an “alchemical” process. Such a discovery would potentially revolutionise technology and space travel, and has been hailed as one of the biggest breakthroughs in history.

But experts have cast doubts on the claims of the two scientists, Ranga Dias and Isaac Silvera, both physicists at Harvard University. They might have mistaken something else for the important metal, a number of other scientists have said.

Jan 31 08:54

Substance in Crude Oil Harms Fish Hearts, Could Affect Humans

By Taylor Kubota

Research from Stanford University’s Hopkins Marine Station has identified a substance in oil that’s to blame for the cardiotoxicity seen in fish exposed to crude oil spills. More than a hazard for marine life exposed to oil, the contaminant this team identified is abundant in air pollution and could pose a global threat to human health...

Jan 31 08:31

Genetically Modified Insects Could Put Organic Farmers At Risk And Disrupt International Food Trade

By The Max Planck Institute

Genetically modified organisms for pest control could end up as contaminants in agricultural products throughout the globe.

“There’s a fly in my soup.” This statement conjures up the image of a dead fly in a bowl of soup rather than a genetically modified insect being served up with organic vegetables. However, this is not a totally unrealistic scenario as experimental releases of genetically modified insects have been approved by US regulators in 2014 very near farming areas. The question is whether fruit and vegetables exported from the USA to Europe and China can be sold under the “organic” label if genetically modified insects have developed on them...

Jan 31 07:53

'Doctors gave me depression pills I DIDN'T need for 20 years': Coming off his antidepressants drove Viscount Hinchingbrooke to the brink - but his story is alarmingly common

My story illustrates how an entirely normal person can suddenly find themselves on the wrong end of a diagnosis and, as a result, spend the next 20 years on a medication merry-go-round of antidepressants and sleeping pills that weren't needed in the first place.

But this isn't just my story — as I've discovered, a large number of people across the globe have been similarly afflicted.

Thanks to the internet, a once-invisible group of patients is now able to share experiences — confronting together the double injustice of being harmed, and then having that harm denied by the doctors and institutions that are supposed to help them.

Jan 31 07:03

Dairy Industry To Pump Milk With Brain Tumor Chemicals

The dairy industry are lobbying the FDA to allow them to pump milk full of cancer-causing chemicals in an effort to introduce ‘reduced calorie’ versions of milk.

Jan 30 23:59

Bus rider who broke his cane defending RideKC driver receives tearful thanks

This good Samaritan beat the %$#! out of the attacker! With his cane!

Rodney Goldman didn’t think twice about coming to the defense of a RideKC bus driver he saw struggling against an attacker early Saturday.

The 56-year-old Goldman, a frequent rider on the bus, knew the driver by sight but not by name. Regardless, he was raised not to stand for anyone mistreating a woman, and when he saw a disturbed passenger holding the female driver in a headlock, Goldman beat the attacker with his cane until it broke.

“My adrenaline kicked in, and I did what I had to do,” Goldman said later in an interview. “I just got my cane.”

Jan 30 17:29

The dramatic toll of space travel revealed: NASA's year long twin study finds Scott Kelly suffered DNA and even height changes

While DNA methylation decreased in Scott while he was in orbit, it simultaneously increased in Mark.

And, the levels returned close to normal for both men soon after Scott returned.

The meaning of this, too, still remains unclear, the scientists say.

Jan 30 16:39

California Labels Monsanto Weed-Killer As ‘Cancer-Causing’

California has officially declared that Monsanto week-killer Roundup is carcinogenic, and can now legally require the chemical giant to put a warning on the product.

Jan 30 16:34

Many Household Products Contain Antimicrobial Chemicals Banned From Soaps By The FDA

This year marks 20 years since Hasbro was fined for false advertising, claiming their Playskool toys laden with the antimicrobial chemical triclosan would keep kids healthier. It is also the year when soap manufacturers will finally have to remove the chemical from their products.

Jan 30 14:36

Robots With ‘Cultural Awareness’ Could Soon Be Looking After Your Granny

Humanoid robots programmed to be culturally aware and have a good bedside manner could help solve the crisis in care services for the elderly, academics say.

British researchers from Middlesex University and the University of Bedfordshire are teaming up with a Japanese artificial intelligence company to create “the world’s first culturally aware robots.”

Jan 30 13:36

Meals Without Bees – A Photo Series By Fairmont

airmont Hotels has released a photo series depicting a day’s worth of typical meals – but in a near-future without bees. What do hotels have to do with bees? The two don’t really go hand-in-hand, do they? Hotels…bees…hotels…bees… Well, in a world with declining bees you certainly wouldn’t get a complimentary…

Jan 30 13:16

Quebec journalist quits chemo, sparking storm of controversy

The long-time Le Devoir columnist and broadcaster is a three-time cancer survivor. Her new book explains her own decision to quit chemotherapy and sharply questions the value of chemo in the treatment of many kinds of cancer.

On the show, she said she recognized the success of chemotherapy as a treatment for children with cancer, as well as for adults with leukemia. But she argued that chemotherapy does not work well for a majority of other adult cancers.

Jan 30 12:35

Scott Adams: Be Careful What You Wish For (especially if it is Hitler)

When millions of Americans want the same thing, and they want it badly, the odds of it happening go way up. You can call it the power of positive thinking. It is also the principle behind affirmations. When humans focus on a desired future, events start to conspire to make it happen.

Jan 30 11:42

Antibiotics make E.coli grow FASTER than if the bug were left alone

Antibiotics can make superbugs grow faster than if they were left untouched, a new study has found.

In an alarming set of experiments, scientists saw that E.coli - the 'food poisoning' bacteria which causes severe stomach pain, diarrhea and kidney failure in humans - increased in antibiotic resistance with each dose of treatment.

When researchers took the drug away, the bug maintained its newly-developed strength.

Jan 30 10:50

13 of Trump’s Cabinet Nominees Await Senate Approval, Leaving Agencies Without a Leader

Congress seems to have joined the Soros Colored Revolution Insurrection!

President Donald Trump moved at a blistering pace to fulfill several campaign promises during his first week in the White House. At the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue, however, 13 of his Cabinet nominees continue to wait for confirmation votes.

Obama had 11 of his 15 Cabinet secretaries in place after his first week. Trump has two.

Jan 30 07:44

Fake News:Protesters march at Portland International Airport decrying Trump refugee ban

According to the Oregonian,this was a peaceful demonstration.

Several police officers watched the peaceful demonstration but didn't intervene as people marched down stairs and by ticket gates inside and on sidewalks by cars dropping off and picking up travelers outside. The protest began with about two dozen people but swelled to around 100 at one point.

As they marched, several travelers at the airport joined them, marching alongside the crowd with their suitcases in tow, Martinez said.

Jan 29 15:48

Video hopes to protect GM-free status

A video campaign featuring Whangarei Mayor Sheryl Mai and Far North Deputy Mayor Tania McInnes hopes to persuade the Maori Party not to support a Government move to remove powers from local bodies to declare themselves free of genetically modified organisms.

The Whangarei and Far North district councils are among a group of local authorities in the upper North Island who have declared themselves GM-free and introduced rules to protect the GM-free status of their areas.

Now Environment Minister, Nick Smith wants to introduce changes to the Resource Management Act that will take away the rights of councils to make their own decisions on GMOs.

Jan 29 15:46

Anti-GM campaigners seek social media support

Bostock New Zealand's apples are free of genetic modification (GM).

The fruit is one of Hawke's Bay's biggest exports - a niche in the global market - and locals want it to stay that way.

Bostock New Zealand owner John Bostock says: "We don't want central government interfering with how we market our fruit."

In a new campaign, community leaders, local Iwi, mayors, growers, exporters and farmers, are taking a stand - against the Government's proposed changes to the Resource Management Act, which would remove their right to make decisions - like remaining GM Free.

Jan 29 12:24

California Governor to Get Further Cancer Treatment

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Jerry Brown will undergo further radiation treatment for prostate cancer first treated in 2012, his office announced Saturday.

Jan 29 09:22

Weed-killer Roundup to get cancer warning after chemical giant Monsanto loses California court battle

If it carries out the proposal, California would be the first state to order such labeling for the weed-killer, which is used by farmers and home gardeners worldwide.

Monsanto had sued the nation's leading agricultural state, saying California officials illegally based their decision for carrying the warnings on an international health organization based in France.

The chemical giant has insisted that its product poses no risk to people.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Have those executives drink a glass of glyphosate on live TV, if they think it is safe.

Jan 29 08:28

A Third Of The U.S. Population Won't Be Able To Afford Water Bills In Just 5 Years

Universal access to water isn't much good if people can't afford that water. That's true in the developing world, but it's also true in the U.S. A new paper from the Michigan State University predicts that "the percentage of U.S. households who will find water bills unaffordable could triple from 11.9% to 35.6%" over the next five years.

Jan 29 08:16

The British Government Has Colluded With Monsanto And Should Be Held Accountable In The International Criminal Court

The British public and the environment are being poisoned with a deadly cocktail of 320 pesticides. Moreover, Wales has become a storage dump for Monsanto’s most toxic chemicals. These are the messages conveyed by Dr Rosemary Mason in her recent open letter to Councillor Rob Stewart, the leader of Swansea City and County Council.

Dr Mason adds that Swansea has over the years been a testing ground for glyphosate with the outcome being a huge spike in illness and disease among the local population as well as ongoing environmental devastation. There has been a long-term reckless use of a glyphosate-based weedkiller in Swansea, regardless of EU recommendations.

Jan 29 07:42

EU Parliament Committee Votes To Give Robots Rights (And A Kill Switch)

Foreseeing a rapidly approaching age of autonomous artificial intelligence, a European Parliament committee has voted to legally bestow electronic personhood to robots. The status includes a detailed list of rights, responsibilities, regulations, and a “kill switch.”

The committee voted by 17 votes to two, with two abstentions, to approve a draft report written by Luxembourg MEP Mady Delvaux, who believes “robots, bots, androids and other manifestations of artificial intelligence” will spawn a new industrial revolution. She wants to establish a European Agency to develop rules for how to govern AI behavior. Specifically, Delvaux writes about how increased levels of autonomy in robot entities will make usual manufacturing liability laws insufficient. It will become necessary, the report states, to be able to hold robots and their manufacturers legally responsible for their acts.

Jan 29 07:33

Massive die-off of sea creatures from California to Alaska — Animals starving as food chains continue to collapse — Mass starvation events plague West Coast — Scientist: “Felt like I was doing nothing but counting dead animals”

Ocean changes upend North Coast fisheries… once reliable ocean rhythms have been seriously unsettled of late, confounding those who depend on predictable, seasonal cycles… a symptom of widespread marine anomalies that have prevailed for the past three years, threatening everything from seabirds and sea lions to treasured catches such as salmon and abalone. “The ocean is changing,” one glum crabber aboard the vessel New Horizon said… Irregularity “is starting to look like the new normal,” he said… Evidence of starvation in abalone populations prompted authorities to impose new restrictions in the sport abalone fishery next year to limit the catch. The commercial red urchin fishery is suffering, as well…

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No doubt human caused global warming will get the blame, but when you consider how much waste water is simply dumped into the ocean, containing vast amounts of unmetabolized medications from our over-medicated population, plus radiation from Fukushima, there is a more obvious answer!

Jan 28 16:23

Gaps In Lead Screening Policies Across States Put Our Children At Risk

Until a few weeks ago, I’d not considered the problem of lead contamination as something I should worry about personally. This, despite the fact that I live in a house built in the 1930s with old doors and windows with lead paint. We replaced those a few years ago and the renovations were done in keeping with US Environmental Protection Agency guidelines. So that, I thought, was the end of it. Lead in the water supply, which I’d researched when the Flint, Michigan crisis began became public, wasn’t much of an issue in the California Bay Area.

Jan 28 11:43

Puget Sound Salmon: Eighty-one drugs found in salmon flesh

Caution: Salmon From Seattle, WA Region Contains Cocaine And Prescription Drugs.The contaminant levels found in Puget Sound were some of the highest in the United States.
Why do Puget Sound salmon contain contaminates?
Researchers speculate that the fish have contaminates because drug use is rampant in the region or because septic tanks are leaky. Another theory is that wastewater plants are not able to remove all of the estimated 97,000 pounds of contaminants flowing into Puget Sound each year.
Perhaps even more worrying is that the amount of drugs in the water near outfall pipes and in deep water may be underreported, according to researchers. Yikes. What the researchers found and measured is scary enough already.

Jan 28 11:41

An Open Letter To President Donald J. Trump And The 115th Congress Of The United States of America

By Catherine J Frompovich

Dear Mr. President and Members of the 115th Congress:

Your immediate attention is needed to correct the untold human suffering in U.S. children due to the vaccine schedule mandated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a federal agency that has been implicated in fraudulent and deceitful research, plus the dissemination of non-factual data and information about vaccine safety and efficacy, which has to stop!

1950s and 1960s...

Jan 28 11:38

Puget Sound Salmon: Eighty-one drugs found in salmon flesh

Caution: Salmon From Seattle, WA Region Contains Cocaine And Prescription Drugs.The contaminant levels found in Puget Sound were some of the highest in the United States.
Why do Puget Sound salmon contain contaminates?
Researchers speculate that the fish have contaminates because drug use is rampant in the region or because septic tanks are leaky. Another theory is that wastewater plants are not able to remove all of the estimated 97,000 pounds of contaminants flowing into Puget Sound each year.
Perhaps even more worrying is that the amount of drugs in the water near outfall pipes and in deep water may be underreported, according to researchers. Yikes. What the researchers found and measured is scary enough already.

Jan 28 09:14

GOP chairman to introduce pre-existing conditions bill

The Republican chairman of a key healthcare committee will introduce a bill next week aimed at protecting people with pre-existing conditions in the event that ObamaCare is repealed.

Jan 28 05:29

NASA unveils photos of gigantic natural walls on Mars

NASA has unveiled new images of the surface of Mars. On the new photos, one can see a chain of giant natural walls on the red planet.

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter took photos of mountain ridges. The height of some of them is comparable to the height of 16-storey buildings

Jan 27 19:15

China Invents Paper Resistant To Fire And Water

Chinese scientists have invented paper for a second time.

Jan 27 18:37

2nd Summer Snowfall for New Zealand & Helicopter Downdraft to Dry Soggy Fruit

This is now the second "Rare" summer snowfall in New Zealand. The year has so far been below normal temperatures for several parts of the country, but the last out of season Antarctic low brought a foot of snow in the middle of summer.

Jan 27 15:01

Biologist Proves Measles Isn’t A Virus, Wins Supreme Court Case Against Doctor

In a recent ruling, judges at the German Federal Supreme Court (BGH) confirmed that the measles virus does not exist. Furthermore, there is not a single scientific study in the world which could prove the existence of the virus in any scientific literature. This raises the question of what was actually injected into millions over the past few decades.

So much for scientific consensus.

Jan 27 12:16

The Verdict Is In On Starchy Satisfying Foods…

A recent review found that the starchy foods you love – the ones that are rich in resistant starch – may benefit your health in very necessary ways. If you’ve been let down by the “low-carb” fad that just won’t die – you’ll definitely want to read this… “Resistant starch” is a term…

Jan 27 11:26

The IRON meteorite on Mars: Curiosity finds mystery rock that could have come from the core of an asteroid

The Curiosity rover has spotted a peculiar rock on the red planet that could be a rare iron-nickel meteorite.

A raw image shared on NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory site reveals an unusual, dimpled grey rock with a metallic luster laying on the ground in the Mount Sharp region of Mars.

If confirmed as a meteorite, the object would be the third Curiosity has discovered since it began its mission over four years ago.

Jan 27 10:01

San Diego, Calif. Water Authority Declares 'Drought Is Over' In SD County

The San Diego County Water Authority confirmed Thursday that drought conditions no longer exist within the county. NBC 7's Steven Luke has more on what that means going forward. "It's hard to take, right? I mean we've been used to drought conditions for so long," the anchor woefully says. LOL. It almost sounds as if the guy is disappointed. Weird.

Jan 27 09:45

Donald Trump BLASTS The Flu Shot

Donald Trump Has NEVER Had A Flu Shot.

That may explain why he has never had the flu.

In an interview with Opie and Anthony on Sirius XM, some months before declaring to run for President in 2015, the President Elect declared that he has never had a flu shot and in fact, never had the flu.

Jan 27 09:38

Polar vortex brings rare multi-coloured clouds to Britain

The multi-coloured clouds are sometimes known as ‘mother-of-pearl’ or nacreous clouds because of their shimmering pastel hues which resemble the inner surface of sea shells.

Usually the clouds only form over the poles during winter because the air in the upper stratosphere needs to be at least -78C.

Jan 27 09:24

Vaccine truth by Robert Kennedy -Here is four years’ worth of university political-science curriculum in seven minutes

From Kennedy’s video presentation, “7 Minutes on the CDC,” Anne Dachel (Age of Autism) has transcribed excerpts. This is explosive material, particularly because there is a chance Kennedy will head up an investigation of vaccine safety under Trump.

Jan 27 08:41

Have Spacesuit, Will Travel: NASA Unveils New Astronaut Outfit

NASA is still working on the ability to send people into orbit once again, but the US space agency’s astronauts will have fancy new suits when their rocket ship finally comes in.

Boeing developed the Starliner spacesuit for use aboard the company’s CST-100 spacecraft, NASA’s eagerly awaited replacement for the Space Shuttle. It was officially unveiled at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Wednesday.

Jan 27 08:28

Cinema pulls screening of a controversial anti-vaccine film directed by struck off MMR doctor and backed by Robert De Niro after a backlash from scientists 

A screening of an anti-vaccination film directed by the disgraced doctor who sparked an MMR scare has been pulled from a London cinema following an outcry from scientists.

Documentary film Vaxxed is directed by Andrew Wakefield, who was struck off for his discredited research suggesting there was a link between the MMR vaccine and autism.

The film, which has been supported by actor Robert De Niro, had been scheduled to be shown at the Curzon Cinema in Soho on February 14.

However, the cinema has now decided to pull the film following a backlash.

Jan 27 08:27

Kushner's (AKA Trump) Syrian Safe Zone A Spit At Russia and Assad - Morris

Published on Jan 26, 2017

Any US sponsored safe zones will be recruiting places for mercenaries to destabilise the Middle East and increase the sectarianism.

Jan 27 08:20

Anti-Vaxxer Biologist Stefan Lanka Bets Over $100K Measles Isn’t A Virus; He Wins In German Federal Supreme Court

Upon enquiries which had been triggered by the measles virus contest, the head of the National Reference Institute for Measles at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), Prof. Dr. Annette Mankertz, admitted an important fact. This admission may explain the increased rate of vaccination-induced disabilities, namely of vaccination against measles, and why and how specifically this kind of vaccination seems to increasingly trigger autism.

Jan 27 07:57

Trump plans to slash EPA’s budget by $1 billion

The former head of President Trump's transition team at the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday he expects the new administration to seek significant budget and staff cuts.

Myron Ebell said in an interview with The Associated Press that his specific recommendations to the White House remain confidential. But Ebell, who left the transition team last week, said it was reasonable to expect the president to seek a cut of about $1 billion from the EPA's roughly $8 billion annual budget.

Jan 27 02:14

Cancer-causing ingredient found in toothpaste and chewing gum

A dangerous ingredient that may trigger the development of cancer has been found in toothpaste and certain food products, a recent study, published in Scientific Reports said. It goes about food coloring known as E171 (titanium dioxide). The substance is used for the production of toothpaste and food products. It was found that titanium dioxide causes pre-cancerous diseases, researchers from France and Luxembourg concluded as a result of a series of experiments on rodents. The experiments were conducted on rats. During 100 days of the experiments, the rodents would receive injections of E171 in quantities proportional to what humans take with food and cosmetic products. Precancerous lesions were found in either intestines or colon in 40% of rats exposed to the chemical. The influence of the coloring on people is yet to be established. Titanium dioxide is widely used in the production of sweets, chocolate, biscuits and chewing gum, as well as in toothpaste and sunscreens.

Jan 26 16:59

Hydrogen turned into metal in stunning act of alchemy that could revolutionise technology and spaceflight

For nearly 100 years, scientists have dreamed of turning the lightest of all the elements, hydrogen, into a metal.

Now, in a stunning act of modern-day alchemy, scientists at Harvard University have finally succeeded in creating a tiny amount of what is the rarest, and possibly most valuable, material on the planet, they reported in the journal Science.

For metallic hydrogen could theoretically revolutionise technology, enabling the creation of super-fast computers, high-speed levitating trains and ultra-efficient vehicles and dramatically improving almost anything involving electricity.

And it could also allow humanity to explore outer space as never before.

But the prospect of this bright future could be at risk if the scientists’ next step – to establish whether the metal is stable at normal pressures and temperatures – fails to go as hoped.

Jan 26 16:50

Have Spacesuit, Will Travel: NASA Unveils New Astronaut Outfit

NASA is still working on the ability to send people into orbit once again, but the US space agency’s astronauts will have fancy new suits when their rocket ship finally comes in.

Jan 26 16:08

Breaking Nudes! Going Naked Makes You Feel Happier, Scientist Discovers

Got the January blues? Try taking off all your clothes. At least that’s what one scientist suggests after discovering that humans feel more content when completely naked.

Naturists are happier than most people and feel more secure in their bodies, a study by Dr. Keon West of Goldsmiths University in London has found.

Jan 26 15:03

Repealing Obamacare: The Push To Eliminate The Individual Mandate

The Trump team has made it clear they are going after the highly unpopular individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act. Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said on ABC’s “This Week”, “What President Trump is doing is, he wants to get rid of that Obamacare penalty almost immediately, because that is something that is really strangling a lot of Americans to have to pay a penalty for not buying.”

Jan 26 14:24

Eat Leafy Greens And Veggies To Keep Your “Crystallized Intelligence”

Crystallized intelligence is the ability to use a lifetime’s accumulation of skills and knowledge you have learned and earned. (Fluid intelligence, on the other hand, is the ability to solve new problems, use logic in new situations, and identify patterns.)...

Jan 26 12:19

Donald Trump announces plan to hammer Big Pharma monopoly profits by requiring competitive bidding

During his first press conference as president-elect, Donald Trump unveiled how he plans to remove himself from his family’s business dealings to avoid any appearance of a conflict of interest while president. He also railed against the pharmaceutical industry, which he boldly described as “getting away with murder,” as he called for “new bidding procedures” to lower drug costs and presumably end the Big Pharma monopoly that has been strangling American healthcare for decades.

Jan 26 12:05

Extra letters added to life's genetic code

Scientists have created bacteria that thrive using an expanded "genetic alphabet".

The blueprint for all life forms on Earth is written in a code consisting of four "letters": A, T, C and G, which pair up in the DNA double helix.

But the lab organism has been modified to use an additional two, giving it a genetic code of six letters.

Researchers hope the work could lead to bugs that can help manufacture new classes of drugs to treat disease.

What could possibly go wrong...

Jan 26 11:36

Man Made Climate Change IS Real, China To MAKE Weather

While liberals scream for climate change acceptance, man made climate change via cloud seeding and aerosols is actually being done by governments around the world to manipulate weather, completely denied in the liberal climate change thought process.

Jan 26 11:15

New Film “Second Opinion” Exposes the Truth About a 40-Year Long Cover-Up of Laetrile Cancer Treatment

If you are old enough, you might recall a controversy in the early 1970s regarding the compound Laetrile, purported to prevent the spread of cancer. New York’s Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center was ground zero in that firestorm.

In the early 1970s, America’s war on cancer was in full force, and Sloan Kettering was regarded as one of the world’s leading cancer research centers.

But Sloan Kettering’s Board of Directors swept positive findings about Laetrile under the rug when it became unprofitable and publicly unpopular for them to support it.

Jan 26 11:09

Atlantic Museum: Europe’s First Underwater Museum Opens In Spain

Some 200 life-size human figures, created over the course of two years by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, have been submerged 14 metres.

Jan 26 11:06

GOP to block repeal of Obamacare by stalling

With just one day away from the Republicans self-imposed deadline to repeal botched Obamacare legislation, we can see that the GOP has no intention of achieving anything in favor of Trump, as both the Democrats and Republicans are wrapped up by the powers-that-be just as Intellihub has reported for years.

Jan 26 11:03

Jupiter as you've never seen it before: Stunning image reveals its 'Little Red Spot' in incredible detail

The image was captured by the JunoCam imager on Nasa's Juno spacecraft on December 11, 2016, as the spacecraft performed a close flyby of the gas giant planet.

At the time the picture was taken, the spacecraft was at an altitude of 10,300 miles (16,600 kilometres) above Jupiter's cloud tops.

Jan 26 10:47

Deadly volcano erupts with residents told to cover their bodies in WATER as precaution

The 12,533-feet Colima Volcano near Mexico City send an ash plume 2.4miles high, leading residents to be warned to stay inside.

Luis Felipe Espinosa Puente, the national coordinator of Civil Protection, tweeted: “Explosion of VolcándeColima at 7:49 am, with a height of more than 4 km, northeast direction.”

The Colima Volcano is one of the most active in Mexico and in the last days its activity has intensified, leading to fears a forced evacuation may take place.

Jan 26 09:20

Planned Parenthood Referred for Criminal Prosecution to Department of Justice by Senate Judiciary Committee

The Senate Judiciary Committee sent a letter today to the FBI and the Department of Justice formally referring for criminal prosecution four of the biggest Planned Parenthood affiliates, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and three of their closest business partners in the harvesting and sale of aborted baby body parts. The Senate Judiciary Committee’s report confirms that Planned Parenthood and companies like StemExpress partnered in a years-long criminal conspiracy to sell the body parts of aborted children for profit.

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Jan 26 08:06

‘Trump didn’t consult Moscow on Syria safe zone plan, should consider all consequences’ – Kremlin

First Trump says he wont take sanctions off Russia unless they give up some nukes. The Russians consider those sanctions unjustified and onerous and now this. Anything good this guy might do will be destroyed by war with Russia.
The Donald is going south and fast!

Moscow has reacted to Donald Trump’s plans on establishing ‘safe zones’ for Syrian refugees, with the Kremlin spokesman saying the question had not been raised with Russia, while also suggesting the US should consider the possible consequences of such a move.
Islamic State, Syria unrest

“Our American partners did not consult with Russia [regarding the ‘safe zones’]. It is their sovereign decision,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call with reporters on Thursday.

He noted the importance of considering all the possible outcomes of taking such a step.

Jan 26 06:19


On January 16, 2016, President Obama declared a federal emergency for the city of Flint, Michigan, over the contamination of the city’s drinking water. One year later, not only is the city still struggling to provide clean sources of water to the Michigan city’s population, but the plight of residents in Flint has opened up the conversation about a water crisis in the United States that very few people even knew existed.

Jan 25 16:22

Eating Hot Peppers Will Extend Your Life

A new study found that people who eat spicy food might live longer. Is this the secret to longevity, or just a random correlation?

Jan 25 15:24

Nanoparticles From Engines Can Awaken Dormant Viruses

Nanoparticles expelled from a variety of combustion engines can activate viruses that are dormant in lung tissue cells. Combustion engines make the world go ’round – cars, planes, boats, some trains and jets, lawn mowers, weed cutters – any gas or diesel engine requiring internal combustion to force the movement of pistons. Viruses are…

Jan 25 15:24

Unsung Excellence In Medicine

Ever wonder about the people who make our health care system work at a time when reports of greed, fraud, profiteering and harmful malpractice are rampant and remedies are not advanced?

Jan 25 14:31

Study: Clinton Supporters Are Scientifically ‘Psychotic’

A new study published by The American Journal of Political Science reveals that Hillary Clinton supporters are more likely to be psychotic than conservatives.

Jan 25 14:22

Study: Shingles Vaccine Spreads Chicken Pox

A study has revealed that the shingles vaccine increases the risk of other people around the vaccinated person getting chicken pox.

Jan 25 13:00

Why Is The Deadstream Media Ignoring These GMO Studies?

By Derrick Broze

Despite new research indicating health concerns and conflicts of interest related to Genetically Modified foods, the corporate media has, once again, remained silent.

In late December, a series of studies and news stories went largely unreported and ignored by the corporate, deadstream media. These reports covered blatant conflicts of interest between the biotechnology corporations promoting genetically modified or engineered products and the researchers and politicians guiding legal policy. There was also the issue of a new study that shows negative health affects with rats who ingest genetically engineered food...

Jan 25 12:12

Scott Adams: Battle of the Hats

When Donald Trump ran for president he put his clear, simple message on the front of bright red hats. The message was perfect. The choice of a hat instead of a t-shirt or other garment was perfect. The color red was perfect for his message – bold, sexy, and important. The hats were a master class in branding and influence. Political historians will be referring to Trump’s hats for ages.

Compare that to the Million Woman March. They chose pink because – I assume – it is a bit of an ironic color for women who are fighting for their rights. Women are “owning” pink to rob it of its power to brand them as the so-called weaker sex. At least that’s why I assume they picked pink.

Jan 25 12:00

Autism Symptoms Show Improvement From Donor Viruses In Fecal Transplants – Study

Children with autism may see their symptoms reduced after receiving fecal transplants, a method of introducing healthy microbes that rebalance the gut, a new study finds.

A team of scientists from Ohio State University, Northern Arizona University, and University of Arizona released on Monday the results from their study, “Microbiota transfer alters gut ecosystem and improves gastrointestinal and autism symptoms,” which claims that mental problems like autism are linked to bacteria and viruses that inhabit the gut.

Jan 25 10:53

Beware: US salmon may be crawling with Japanese tapeworm, say scientists

A recently published study in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases says wild caught Alaskan salmon may harbor a species of tapeworm previously known to infect only Asian fish. Researchers warn that based on their findings, any salmon caught along the North American Pacific coast may have the parasite. The concern is that if you eat the fish undercooked or raw, you could become a host to this gruesome organism.

Jan 25 10:37

The CDC is an “edifice of fraud” warns Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

So what exactly has Robert Kennedy, Jr. been saying that makes him such a dangerous “conspiracy theorist”?

Perhaps his refusal to mince words regarding the CDC’s inherent conflicts of interest have led to his demonization by the mainstream media news outlets:

“All the things that I do are bent on forcing this debate out into the open—because once the science is in the open, the CDC’s position is so fragile, it’s an edifice of fraud, fraud stacked upon fraud, so high and so wobbly, that even a slight breeze of public scrutiny will topple it.”

This is the kind of talk that scares the bejeezus out of CDC authorities, and it’s why they mobilize their minions in the press to smear anyone brazen enough to tell the unvarnished truth, as Kennedy, Jr. has on many occasions.

Jan 25 10:32

El Niño shows signs of resurfacing, could affect monsoon 2017

Skymet said that climate models from across the world suggested a shift in weather conditions from mid-January, that could lead to the resurfacing of El Niño — a weather phenomenon caused when warm water from the western Pacific Ocean flows east.

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I concur with this assessment but for a slightly different reason. Not too long ago, I wrote an article showing that the most likely source for the heat of El Nino was undersea volcanoes. The heat bloom originates near the Solomon islands, which as you are aware, have suffered a series of major quakes. This enhanced seismic activity may also indicate increased volcanic activity in the region, which in turn would produce a much stronger heat bloom, and a stronger El Nino.

Jan 25 09:45

Here Is The List Of Donald Trump's "Priority" Infrastructure Projects

With the topic of infrastructure investing dominating today's newsflow after the NYT report that Democrats would support Trump if he endorsed their propsed list of some $1 trillion in infrastructure projects, which would create as many as 15 million jobs, the Kansas City Star and The News Tribune have compiled a presentation - based on internal White House documents - of about 50 infrastructure projects nationwide which comprise the "priority list" for US infrastructure projects in the coming years.

Jan 25 09:18


Cannabis may be among the country's fastest growing industries, but its status as a Schedule I controlled substance under federal law poses an inconvenient discrepancy with more liberal state policies. It's well known that pot businesses have used digital currency, like bitcoin, to work around the issue of banking and use of credit cards, given that most financial institutions, complying with federal law, will not service green industry folk. But now, in Washington state, even that's under fire.

Jan 25 09:09

One third of Americans can’t afford safe running water

According to a new report, more than a third of the population of America has no access to clean, reliable drinking water. We don’t generally think of the United States as being a country where people just cannot afford to access safe water, but this is becoming more common every day.

Jan 25 08:49

Paul Ryan trying to protect Big Pharma from Trump’s monopoly-dismantling reforms

While Democrats will always be Trump’s biggest political obstructionists, he’s going to get far too much pushback from establishment Republicans who still don’t understand they were given clear mandates by the American people to get certain things done.

Jan 25 08:03

Did Bayer AG do a Sly Deal on Glyphosate with EU Commission?

There is growing evidence that the EU Commission’s extraordinary ruling of June 29, 2016 granting the toxic weed-killing agent Glyphosate a reprieve of 18 months until December, 2017 was made in order to allow sufficient time for Bayer AG, the new owner of Monsanto since December time to bring its substitute weed-killer on the market once the merger is complete. The issue is highly controversial not the least owing to a determination from an agency of the Geneva WHO that glyphosate is a “probable carcinogen.” The EU Commission ignored that WHO determination, relied on a fraudullent German government safety assessment and ignored the will of a majority of EU Governments to give glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s world-leading weed-killer, Roundup, an artificial life extension.

Jan 24 18:23

“Transgender” is a Mental Illness and Should be Treated as such: Former Johns Hopkins Chief Psychiatrist

Dr. McHugh also pointed out studies from Vanderbilt University and London’s Portman Clinic of children who had expressed transgender feelings but for whom, over time, 70–80 percent “spontaneously lost those feelings”—implying that a lot of this “transgenderism” was in fact twisted adults projecting these feelings onto children.

Jan 24 15:18

Largest Aspartame Study Ever Conducted Lists ‘Death’ As Side-Effect

The largest ever study conducted on the artificial sweetener Aspartame has concluded that the chemical additive may cause death as a side effect of consuming it.

Jan 24 15:07

Male And Female Behavior Biologically Determined

Male and female behavioral patterns are biological in origin and the “gender neutral” fad is futile against this reality, Debra W. Soh, a sexual neuroscientist at York University in Toronto and writer for the Globe and Mail, Harpers, the Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, the L. A. Times, and Playboy magazine, has said.

Jan 24 14:56

Etna (Italy) awakens after 8 months, Colima (Mexico), Ebeko (Russia) and Sabancaya (Peru) strongly erupt

Jan 24 10:26

New Study Shows that Children Could be Overdiagnosed and Overtreated with ADHD

ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is quite common in American kids as well as in children in other parts of the world.

Jan 24 09:51

Trump signs executive order advancing Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines

President Donald Trump issued executive orders removing obstacles to the construction of two major oil and gas pipelines, which the Obama administration had reluctantly blocked after protests from environmentalists and Native Americans.

Jan 24 09:44

NOAA Delivers Stunning First Satellite Images Of Earth

NOAA’s “revolutionary” GOES-16 satellite has delivered its first batch of incredible high-resolution images of Earth.

Formerly known as GOES-R, the new highly-advanced satellite was launched into orbit by Nasa in November, for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), to boost weather observation capabilities, which promise to provide more accurate forecasts and weather warnings “ultimately saving lives”.

Jan 24 09:33

Everybody Duck: An Asteroid Will Pass Closer Than The Moon Tomorrow

Duck and cover.

This asteroid isn't likely to strike the earth, but as you'll see in the video, they can cause major damage even when they explode above the planet.

Jan 24 08:54

FLASHBACK Abortionist Gosnell: 'This Baby Is Big Enough to Walk Around With Me or Walk Me to the Bus Stop'

Gosnell, 72, who ran a multi-million dollar abortion business in West Philadelphia, was arrested on Jan. 19, 2011, and his trial started Monday, Mar. 18, 2013. The first-degree murder counts refer to seven late-term aborted babies who were born alive and then killed, their spinal cords cut with scissors.

Jan 24 08:24

Retired postman, 88, died hours after he was discharged from hospital wearing just hospital pyjamas despite being so ill he couldn’t eat or drink and could barely stand 

A grieving widow is demanding answers after her retired postman husband died 17 hours after allegedly being discharged from hospital in the cold in just his pyjamas.

William Romp, 88, was taken home by ambulance after a doctor deemed him fit for discharge – despite being so ill he couldn't eat or drink and could barely stand.

But when a paramedic said he didn't agree with the decision, Mr Romp's family called for another doctor, who told them to take the pensioner back to hospital.

Jan 23 19:01

40 Amazing Benefits Of Milk Thistle

As health trends ebb and flow throughout the centuries, the use of herbs to heal is often banished, suppressed, ignored or scoffed at. This statement might be said for the humble milk thistle – sadly and too often scorned as a prickly weed. But there it is, always waiting in the wings…