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May 09 10:30

Hawaii Kilauea volcano: 2 new fissures open up as 24-hour pause in volcanic activity ends

On Tuesday, scientists said the lava lake feeding the eruptions dropped significantly, and activity has decreased at all twelve fissures, or cracks, along a 2.5-mile span. But Hawaiian county officials said two new lava fissures had opened, bringing the total number fissures to 14, and ending a 24-hour pause in volcanic activity. The Hawaii Office of Emergency Management tweeted that everyone in Lanipuna must evacuate.

May 09 10:27

Days, Weeks, Years? Scientists Say Hawaii Volcano Eruption Has No End In Sight

The eruption at Hawaii's Kilauea volcano continues. The lava has now destroyed at least 35 structures and covered the equivalent of more than 75 football fields.

Scientists have been tracking this event since it started last week — but there are still big unanswered questions, the biggest of which is when it will end.

The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island has been erupting for more than 30 years. Lava levels in the Pu'u O'o crater and the volcano's summit rose in recent weeks, says Wendy Stovall, a volcanologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. They were "inflating like a balloon, because magma was getting backed up from below," she says.

Then last week, the magma at Pu'u O'o plummeted. "The whole bottom of the crater floor dropped out and the magma completely drained away from that system," says Stovall.

May 09 10:06

Agricultural waste could be contributing to the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria

While there are plenty of issues within the factory farming industry, one aspect in particular could spell big trouble for us all: antibiotic overuse, and the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Literal tons of antibiotics are purchased and fed to livestock every year, around the world. Approximately 131,000 tons of antibiotics were used to treat livestock in 2013, and estimates suggest that number will exceed 200,000 tons by the year 2030.

May 09 10:02

Sunscreens destroy coral reefs by releasing harmful chemicals that disrupt microorganisms found in water

Diana Slijkerman, an ecologist at Wageningen University and Research in the Netherlands researched on the seawater quality around a dive center on the island of Bonaire in the Caribbean Sea, and found that seawater samples had concentrations of oxybenzone, a UV filter suspected of killing corals. Sunscreens have been suspected carriers of chemicals that harm marine life since 2008. Italian researchers have stated that sunscreen can cause viral infections in corals and “play an important role in coral bleaching.”

In 2016, Craig Downs, a biologist, discovered that oxybenzone can cause DNA damage in coral larvae, interrupt their development, and kill them right off. Downs reports that young corals suffer even more. That’s because young corals are a thousand times more sensitive to the chemical than adults. This makes oxybenzone a threat to coral reef conservation efforts. Downs adds that oxybenzone also poisons developing fish, sea urchins, shrimp, and oysters.

May 09 09:58

U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin: Revoking Boeing, Airbus licenses to sell jets to Iran

Higher gas prices,more unemployment because Trump loves Israel.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Licenses for Boeing Co and Airbus to sell passenger jets to Iran will be revoked, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Tuesday after President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AuY4Ln-rkI

May 09 09:49

TICKETMASTER ENTERS THE FACE RECOGNITION BIZ, BUT CUSTOMERS SHOULD BEWARE

Ticketmaster’s parent company, Live Nation, has invested in a facial recognition firm with ties to the Department of Defense. According to Live Nation’s first quarter financial report, the firm, Blink Identity, uses “cutting-edge facial recognition technology, enabling you to associate your digital ticket with your image, then just walk into the show.” Ticketmaster seems to hope that music lovers will appreciate the supposed convenience of using their faces to enter shows, instead of tickets.

May 09 09:34

America's Only Choices: Jewish Communism or Jewish Zionism

The article below is a reminder that George Soros pushed through the Iran nuclear deal much to the consternation of Benjamin Netanyahu. Trump came to his rescue. Trump announced his candidacy in June 2015, just as Iran was being finalized. The only reason Americans got an alternative to Clinton was due to this schism in World Jewry between Communists and Zionists. The Communists, led by George Soros, and fronted by Obama and Clinton, represent the disintegration of the nation-state, including Israel. The nationalists led by Netanyahu and fronted by Trump represents a handful of powerful nation-states dominated by Israel. This is a disagreement between Masonic lodges. In Trump, Americans are getting the crumbs from Israel's table.

May 09 09:30

Risking World War For Israel:Series of articles.

Those who cry wolf over the deal and want to attack Iran are only following the diktats of the Israeli terrorist-in-chief Benjamin Netanyahu. After all, he’s their god and whatever he says goes – that’s the only explanation for their idiotic stand. Watch this video of Netanyahu lambasting Iran in the US Congress, or not – after all, who can stand to watch that demonic and arrogant cad ordering the US around.

Consequently, when the Middle East is set ablaze and millions of people lose their lives, the world will know who to haul at The Hague for crimes against humanity.

https://biblicisminstitute.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/trump-and-netan...

May 09 09:02

BREAKING: Putin - Russia Needs To Break-Away From The Dollar!

Putin's first statement after the inauguration in Russia's State Duma.
Russia will diversify its international reserves further, President Vladimir Putin said. Russian President Vladimir Putin considers necessary to strengthen the national economic sovereignty.

May 09 08:56

Hawaii Volcano Eruption Update - Tuesday Night (May 8, 2018)

May 09 08:42

New volcano fissures force more evacuations on Hawaii's Big Island

Emergency crews ordered Hawaii residents to leave their homes after two new fissures opened up near the Kilauea volcano, almost a week after it started a series of huge explosions. People in the Lanipuna Gardens neighborhood in the southeast corner of Big Island were told there was an "immediate danger".

"The residents ... are going through a very difficult time. We ask for your understanding. We ask for your help," the Hawaii Civil Defense Agency said in an alert.

Kilauea started spewing fountains of lava as high as 300 feet (90 meters) into the air on Thursday. Walls of molten rock destroyed houses in the southeastern corner of the island as deadly volcanic gases rose through cracks in the earth.

Around 1,700 people have already been ordered to leave their properties. No deaths or major injuries have been reported. But two new fissures - the 13th and 14th - formed on Tuesday and started releasing toxic gases, the agency said.

May 09 08:33

Toxic gas reaches extreme levels as new fissures open

May 09 08:07

Syrian state media says Israel attacked just after U.S. quit Iran deal

JERUSALEM/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian state media accused Israel of launching missiles at a target near Damascus on Tuesday, shortly after U.S. President Donald Trump announced he was quitting the Iranian nuclear deal, a move that had prompted Israel to go on high alert.

The Israeli military said that, upon identifying “irregular activity” by Iranian forces in Syria, it instructed civic authorities on the Golan Heights to ready bomb shelters, deployed new defenses and mobilized some reservist forces.

Israel’s top general, Gadi Eizenkott, canceled a scheduled appearance at an annual security conference and was conferring with Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman and other national security chiefs, officials said.

Trump’s hard tack against the nuclear deal, while welcomed by Israel, has stirred fears of a possible regional flare-up.

May 09 08:03

Hawaii governor appeals for federal help as NEW lava fissures open up and residents are told to 'go now' five days after Kilauea volcano first erupted

Hawaii governor David Ige has called for federal assistance as fissures keep spreading from the state's erupting Kilauea volcano, spewing lava and forcing residents to evacuate.

Mr Ige revealed he had contacted the White House and the US Federal Emergency Management Authority (FEMA) when he met with people on Hawaii's Big Island who have left their homes near the Kilauea volcano.

The eruption and lava has already destroyed 35 homes and buildings and forced 1,700 people to leave their residences since it erupted on Thursday.

Red hot lava flows engulfed homes, trees, cars and streets - with nothing able to stem the inevitable advance of molten rock.

May 09 07:07

Hawaii volcano eruption: Shock NASA satellite photos show leaking lava and toxic gas

THESE NASA satellite images underline the magnitude of the ongoing eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, which has destroyed dozens of homes and forced the evacuation of almost 2,000 people since Thursday.

May 08 18:15

Hawaii Volcano Eruption Update - Tuesday Morning (May 8, 2018)

May 08 15:47

Living on the moon could KILL: Researchers find breathing lunar dust damages DNA and could increase the risk of cancer

A new study published by the American Geophysical Union found simulated lunar soil is toxic to human lung and mouse brain cells.

Up to 90 percent of human lung cells and mouse neurons died when exposed to dust particles that mimic soils found on the Moon's surface.

May 08 12:48

PRECRIME: THE LAPD USES PALANTIR TECH TO PREDICT AND SURVEIL 'PROBABLE OFFENDERS'

Analysts with the Los Angeles Police Department are reportedly using Palantir software to direct officers to surveil “probable offenders” throughout the city, many of whom are not criminal suspects but have been spotlighted by the company’s predictive technology, according to LAPD documents.

May 08 11:21

100 species discovered as scientists find new ocean zone

An ocean zone nobody knew existed, which is home to more than 100 new species, has been discovered by Oxford University.

The Rariphotic Zone, or rare light zone, extends from 226 feet (130m) to 984ft (300m) and joins five other areas which have distinct biological communities living and growing within them.

The new section, was discovered during a research mission to Bermuda organised by the British charity for ocean exploration Nekton, and led by marine research scientists from Oxford University.

As well as the new zone, more than 100 new species were discovered including tanaids – minute crustaceans - dozens of new algae species and black wire coral that stand up to two metres high.

The survey team spent hundreds of hours underwater, either scuba diving or using submersibles and remote operated vehicles which can reach depths of 6,500 feet (2,000m).

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Bravo to the scientists who made this discovery, well done.

May 08 10:42

“I Was Directed to Market OxyContin”: A Purdue Pharma Rep Tells How He Was Paid to Push Opioids

When Sean Thatcher was a sales rep at Purdue Pharma, which makes OxyContin, doctors he visited often complained that their patients were developing tolerance to the opioid painkiller. Thatcher, who worked for the company between 2009 and 2015 in Montana, was instructed to tell the prescribers to increase the dose, and to clarify that addiction isn’t the same as tolerance, or “pseudoaddiction.” He received a bonus based on the number of opioid prescriptions written by the physicians he visited, with higher sales of OxyContin in particular garnering bigger bonuses.

May 08 10:28

"Death Spiral": Obamacare Premiums May Soar As Much As 91% Next Year

The largest hikes are being sought by CareFirst, which is seeking a 64% increase in Virginia, and a whopping 91% increase in Maryland for its PPO. Other insurers are following suit in the two states, with Kaiser requesting hikes of 32% and 37% respectively, followed by CareFirst's HMO offering.

In Maryland, CareFirst wants to raise rates by 91 percent on a plan covering 15,000 people, Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer Jr. said. If approved, premiums for a 40-year-old could reach $1,334 a month. -Bloomberg

That's over $16,000 per year for an individual plan in a state with an average personal income of $59,524.

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May 08 10:01

Can plants really get upset? Bizarre experiment sees students 'BULLYING' one flower and praising another - and the difference between the two after 30 days is astonishing (but could it all be a hoax?)

On YouTube, one wrote: 'There is no way this is sound science. I want this repeated with more plants. This is a hoax.'

Another added: 'Scam ad that's obviously been rigged by the ad agency. This whole "experiment" is based on non-existent science. Kudos for doing something for a good cause but this is entirely fake.'

I would have agreed with this, but I watched the following video some months ago and it leads me to think it's genuine.

It's certainly baffling.

May 08 09:11

Study: People who live near oil and gas facilities in Colorado are at increased risk of cancer

The researchers were from the University of Colorado (CU). They took air samples from four separate residential areas in the Northern Front Range and analyzed the amount of dangerous air pollutants in each area.

Their findings suggested that the air pollution level in the oil and gas facilities of the Northern Front Range exceed the limit set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Furthermore, they calculated that people who live within 500 feet of a fracking well are exposed to eight times the risk of cancer than the EPA is willing to allow.

May 08 09:10

FLUORINATED CHEMICALS TAINT WATER AT SCORES OF MILITARY BASES, NEIGHBORING COMMUNITIES: DOD DISCLOSES LOCATIONS FOR FIRST TIME

The Defense Department has for the first time disclosed the locations of military installations where tap water or groundwater on or off base is contaminated with highly toxic fluorinated chemicals. But the list is incomplete, naming only locations where water is polluted above the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) "safe" level for tap water, which is well above levels found safe by independent scientists and regulations in a growing number of states.

May 08 08:47

How a Hawaii crater collapse led to latest volcanic eruption

May 08 08:20

Hawaii volcano eruption latest: Families flee as rivers of lava from Mount Kilauea engulf entire neighbourhoods

People in Hawaii forced to flee a volcanic eruption that has destroyed dozens of homes and other buildings have taken advantage of a brief respite in its activity to rescue their pets and belongings.

Rivers of lava from Kilauea have already accounted for entire neighbourhoods, and those of the 1,700 evacuees from the Leilani Estates neighbourhood on Big Island who returned home during the lull on Sunday and Monday to retrieve animals, medication and important possessions were warned to be prepared to flee at any moment.

Residents of a second area, Lanipuna Gardens, were barred from returning home on Monday due to the risk of deadly sulphur dioxide gas.

May 08 08:14

The Myth of Low US Unemployment

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Media propaganda maintains the myth, including a NYT report in its latest edition, saying:

An “unemployment rate (was achieved) below the 4 percent threshold,” the Times calling it a “milestone,” claiming it indicates a “tight…labor market…”

Reality is polar opposite. Trump crowed about the phony Friday Labor Department (BLS) report tweeting: “JUST OUT: 3.9% Unemployment. 4% is Broken!”

America’s privileged class never had things better. Unreported is continuation of protracted main street depression conditions.

May 07 17:52

Scientists baffled after discovering signs of elusive time crystals in a kids' toy

So-called time crystals are those in which the atoms follow a repeating pattern in time, rather than space.

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The Yale team used what are known as MAP crystals – monoammonium phosphate crystals.

These crystals are often found in kids’ crystal growing kits due to the ease by which they can be grown.

But, given their ordered nature, the researchers did not expect to find signatures of time crystals inside the MAPs.

Using nuclear magnetic resonance, the team quickly spotted the DTC signature in a MAP crystal that had been grown for a different experiment.

‘Our crystal measurements looked quite striking right off the bat,’ said Yale physics professor Sean Barrett.

‘Our work suggests that the signature of a DTC could be found, in principle, by looking in a children’s crystal growing kit.’

May 07 17:48

Humans who have their brains reanimated after they die could be locked in an eternal 'living HELL' and suffer a 'fate worse than death'

Last month, Yale University announced it had successfully resurrected the brains of more than 100 slaughtered pigs and kept them alive for up to 36 hours.

Scientists said it could pave the way for brain transplants and may one day allow humans to become immortal ...

'Even if your conscious brain were kept alive after your body had died, you would have to spend the foreseeable future as a disembodied brain in a bucket, locked away inside your own mind without access to the sense that allow us to experience and interact with the world,' Curtis told The Conversation.

'In the best case scenario you would be spending your life with only your own thoughts for company.

'Some have argued that even with a fully functional body, immortality would be tedious. With absolutely no contact to external reality it might just be a living hell.

'To end up a disembodied human brain may well be to suffer a fate worse than death.'

May 07 17:35

Personal Care Products as Dangerous for the Air as Car Exhaust, Study Finds

A study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Cooperative Institute for Research In Environmental Sciences (CIRES) found that emissions from personal care products commuters use before leaving in the morning were roughly equivalent in magnitude to emissions from the tailpipes of their cars, a CIRES press release reported Monday.

May 07 13:53

WEB EXTRA: Lava from Kilauea volcano consumes a car in Hawaii.

May 07 11:31

Hawaii volcano may threaten geothermal power plant

There are still nearly 50,000 gallons of pentane stored at the site, according to Hawaii News Now.

May 07 11:17

More fissures open, 31 structures destroyed from lava in Leilani Estates

May 07 11:01

INSANE Must-see footage of Kilauea Volcano DRAINING!!!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The lava is flowing downhill through underground lava tubes to where the fissures have opened up.

May 07 10:53

Five things we learned from the world’s biggest air pollution database

Compiled by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the statistics on 4,300 cities reveal annual levels of particulate matter, miniscule particles in the air that can lead to health conditions such as asthma, lung cancer or heart disease.

The data is collected from multiple, variable sources and in some places is just not available, so with these caveats in mind, this is what we learned:

May 07 10:51

NASA’s Decades-Long Quest to Build a Deep Space Nuclear Reactor

On Tuesday, NASA announced that it completed its first full-power test of the Kilopower reactor, an experimental portable nuclear power plant that the agency hopes will one day power permanent settlements on Mars and the Moon. It’s a major milestone in the quest to establish a permanent human presence on other celestial bodies and launch energy intensive robotic missions to the outer solar system.

About the size of a refrigerator, each Kilopower reactor will be capable of delivering up to 10 kilowatts of energy when they are ready to be deployed in space. To put this in perspective, this means each Kilopower reactor produces enough energy to power about 10 average American homes on Earth. NASA estimates that an array of four Kilopower reactors would be enough to sustain a decent-sized outpost on the moon or Mars for about a decade.

May 07 10:39

How Mental Illness Turned into a Startup of 20,000$per day

Christine's Journey From Deathbed to Startup Is a True Inspiration

May 07 10:22

Vancouver chiropractor resigns from college board over anti-vaccine video

The vice-chair of B.C.'s chiropractors' college has resigned from his position after CBC revealed an anti-vaccination video he had created.

The College of Chiropractors of B.C. says it is now looking for an independent investigator to look into the actions of Vancouver chiropractor Avtar Jassal.

"While the College recognizes that immunization is well established and widely mandated for protection from infectious disease, the recommendation and/or provision of vaccination or counsel against immunization or vaccination, is outside the scope of chiropractic practice," the college said in a news release.

May 07 10:21

New Study Unearths Paradox: Opioids Cause Chronic Pain

We all know that surgery is often painful, but a new study will have you thinking twice before you fill that pain-pill prescription. As this new science reveals, even a few days of opiates can set you up for a longer, more painful recovery

A just-released study has called into question the feasibility of using opioids to manage post-surgical pain. Rats given repeated doses of morphine experienced inflammation and pain for three weeks longer than non-medicated test subjects.

On April 16, 2018, researchers from the University of Colorado at Boulder released an animal study[1] examining the effect of opioids on pain, post-surgery. In the study, an exploratory abdominal surgery was conducted on male rats called a laparotomy. Laparotomies are routine surgical procedures in the United States, often conducted when pelvic disorders are suspected, and one for which opioids are the standard post-surgical pain management prescription.

May 07 10:21

Merck Accused of Fraud, Deceit and Negligence in US Gardasil Case

Merck's aggressive agenda to increase HPV vaccine uptake rates, despite causing thousands of severe injuries, is hitting a stumbling block in a court case alleging blatant corruption.

There has been documented evidence that the HPV vaccine has caused more injuries than any other vaccination in history. Despite this evidence however, the HPV vaccination has continued to be hailed a success by the pharmaceutical industry and governments alike.

According to the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) VigiAccess database, as of April 09, 2018, a total of 85,329 reports of adverse reactions have been filed regarding the HPV vaccination. These reports include 37,699 reports of nervous system disorders; 2450 cardiac disorders, (including 38 cardiac arrests) 533 reports of Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); over 3200 reports of seizures or epilepsy, 8453 syncope and 389 deaths.

May 07 10:16

Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island smiles as it erupts

May 07 09:58

“FAR ALAMO”. Short Film.

Need a laugh this morning. John Wayne and The Magnificent Seven with Clint Eastwood save Planet Earth!

’The Alamo » is attacked by BUGS!
When John Wayne meets Paul Verhoeven…

May 07 09:41

7 Hazardous eating habits that destroys your skin by 200%

you are having these habits, But you might not know about it.be careful about eating habits.

May 07 09:22

Hilina slump area, 2001

n 1868 and 1975 this region moved abruptly several to tens of meters during major earthquakes (M7.9 and M7.2, respectively) with attendant destructive tsunamis. The tsunami generated in both 1868 and 1975 resulted in extensive damage and fatalities on Hawaii, and the 1975 tsunami produced minor damage in California. The possibility exists that future detachments of this type, or far more extensive and catastrophic debris avalanches, will occur in the future. The entire south flank of the island shows evidence for slumping and collapse. This proto-slump has now broken into two slumps that are buttressed in the middle by Loihi Seamount. These slumps are the Punaluu slump west of Loihi and the Hilina slump east of Loihi. The presence of debris-avalanche deposits along adjacent island flanks indicates the potential for catastrophic failure of such unstable slopes.

May 07 08:38

Hawaii volcano shows 'no sign of slowing down,' destroys dozens of homes

Molten lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano continued gushing into the lush paradise on the Big Island Monday, even as an eleventh fissure opened up, destroying more than two dozen homes and spewing lava hundreds of feet in the air.

The 26 decimated homes were located in the Leilani Estates subdivision, where molten rock, toxic gas and steam have been bursting through openings in the ground created by the volcano, officials said. No fatalities or major injuries have been reported since the eruptions began Thursday.

Hawaii County Civil Defense Administrator Talmadge Magno told reporters on Sunday that some of the fissures “have established pretty good flows and just continue to cover more of the subdivision,” adding a sizeable lava flow was heading north of a new vent.

May 07 08:24

Hawaii Residents on Big Island Face Triple Threat: Lava, Earthquakes and ‘Lethal’ Gas

Hawaii officials are evacuating areas of the Big Island following a series of earthquakes and volcanic activity that have put thousands of lives in danger and are damaging homes and infrastructure.

Although 1,700 residents have been ordered to leave, some are choosing to stay behind — a grave mistake, officials say, as volcanic activity shows little sign of slowing down.

Among the many threats they face are lava, sulfur dioxide poisoning and earthquake damage.

May 07 07:57

Trump Has Let The ENTIRE Honduras ‘Caravan' Of Illegals Into America - Trump Lied To Us Again

Had enough Trump's of MAGA now?

Despite numerous claims by Pueblo Sin Fronteras leadership that the Central Americans-to-the-United-States migrant caravan would be sidelined, all are now safely north of the border, sources confirm.
A last group of 228 individuals were admitted at San Ysidro, California, Friday and Saturday.

Though President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions voiced repeated criticisms of the caravan, hundreds of Guatemalans, Hondurans, El Salvadorans, and Nicaraguans are now safely on US soil.

California Governor Jerry Brown continued to withhold participation by his state's National Guardsmen.

Most asylumees made claims of criminal threat and severe poverty. Dozens cited their homosexuality as grounds for admission.

May 07 07:46

'Too tough on terrorists': Trump defends under-fire CIA Director nominee Haspel

Now the idiot comes out foursquare in favor of torture!
Try supporting The Constitution and The Bill of Rights!
Try loving America!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kFUNZ_8dKA

US President Donald Trump took to Twitter Monday to defend his nominee for the CIA directorship, Gina Haspel. Trump argued that Haspel was “too tough on terrorists” for the Democrats.
"My highly respected nominee for CIA Director, Gina Haspel, has come under fire because she was too tough on Terrorists,” Trump tweeted. “Think of that, in these very dangerous times, we have the most qualified person, a woman, who Democrats want OUT because she is too tough on terror. Win Gina!"

May 06 10:40

Diet kills Skin?

Healthy skin keeps up a legitimate obstruction between your internal organs and your condition, keeping pathogens and different toxins out.

May 06 09:54

First British Spanish Flu pandemic victims were children at Scottish orphanage

Spanish Flu was one of the deadliest disasters in human history, claiming up to 50 million lives around the world and killing more people in a single year than the Black Death of the 14th century.

At least 228,000 people died in the UK alone, and historians agree the first civilian outbreak of the virus occurred in Glasgow in May 1918. This is based on newspaper reports and medical evidence from the time, including an article in The Lancet by Dr A MacLean, the city’s assistant medical officer of health.

Headed ‘Outbreak of an acute febrile disease in three factories and an industrial school in Glasgow’, it revealed that all 436 victims recovered within a few days. However, it also reported a second outbreak a week later in Lanarkshire “attacking some 280 persons” and resulting in eight deaths in two “industrial schools” in the county.

May 06 09:45

Hawaii on high alert as Kilauea volcano continues to erupt

May 06 09:43

Lava oozing up through MORE fissures in Hawaii - 8 fissures now

May 06 08:57

10 Shocking Repairs Eggs Do to Your Body

Why all Governments suddenly started huge campaigns promoting Egg as Healthy food?
What are the Terrific facts they digged out with research of experts?

May 06 08:16

Karl Marx Was Rothschilds' Third Cousin

Karl Heinrich Marx (5 May 1818 - 14 March 1883), was a 19th century Jewish political ideologue who presented himself to the world as a journalist and economist. He is best known for subverting the nascent Socialist movement, likely as an agent of his cousin Rothschild; and on instructions from his mentor Moses Hess, creating a supposedly "scientific" theory known as Marxism.

Marx came from a long line of Jewish rabbis. He lived in Dean Street, London in squalor. He used to visit the Red Lion Pub at Great Windmill Street, Soho where he and Friedrich Engels were asked to write what became the Communist Manifesto. His best known work is the book Das Kapital, which fails to mention that money is printed out of thin air and by his cousins, the Rothschilds.

May 05 17:40

Half a million pacemakers need a security patch

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last month approved a firmware patch for pacemakers made by Abbott’s (formerly St Jude Medical) that are vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks and which are at risk of sudden battery loss.

Some 465,000 patients are affected. The FDA is recommending that all eligible patients get the firmware update “at their next regularly scheduled visit or when appropriate depending on the preferences of the patient and physician.”

May 05 17:24

Vitamin D reduces inflammation caused by Type 2 diabetes

In a review of studies published in the journal Nutrition Reviews, vitamin D was found to reduce inflammation brought by Type 2 diabetes.

Chronic low-grade inflammation is known to precede and to be present in the development of Type 2 diabetes. A team of researchers from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia found that the meta-analysis of 20 randomized controlled trials showed lower levels of three inflammatory markers in patients with type 2 diabetes who were given vitamin D supplements.

In addition, those who were supplemented with vitamin D had lower levels of C-reactive protein, tumor necrosis factor-alpha, and erythrocyte sedimentation rate in comparison to those who did not receive the vitamin D supplement. Moreover, they observed higher levels of leptin, a hormone that works to suppress hunger.

May 05 12:16

NASA launching spacecraft to Mars from Vandenberg Air Force Base

NASA is headed back to Mars! The InSight spacecraft is scheduled to rocket away from Vandenberg Air Force Base early Saturday morning.

This could be a great show for Southern California residents. It's the first ever mission to Mars launched from the West Coast.

If you are willing to get up early, you could have a front row seat and witness the rocket soaring overhead.

"When it takes off, it's going to go straight south, right by L.A., you know, millions of people, please get up and watch this beautiful launch. It'll be early, like 4:05 in the morning," said Jim Green with NASA.

May 05 12:13

Strongest earthquake in 43 years hits Hawaii: Thousands of homes lose power, lava from Kilauea volcano spews onto streets, roads are cracked and emergency shelters open for evacuees

The strongest earthquake in 43 years struck Hawaii's Big Island near the volcanic eruption at Kilauea which has forced residents to flee their homes.

The earthquake hit about 12.33pm Friday and was centered near the south flank of Kilauea volcano. It is the strongest earthquake to hit Hawaii since 1975 when a magnitude 7.1 struck in the same area, according to US Geological Survey records.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says the quake wasn't strong enough to cause a tsunami but several reports do state that there were small tsunami waves around the Big Island. No tsunami threat or advisory has been put in place.

The state transportation department said on Twitter that no damage has been reported to roads but there has been more than 14,000 utility customers without power.

May 05 10:44

EMFs and RFRs Finally Taken To Court, In Canada That Is

By Catherine J. Frompovich

A Class Action was filed in Superior Court, Province of Quebec, District of Montreal, Canada, Case No. 500-06-000760-153 against 50 Respondents including the Attorneys General of Quebec and Canada, the City of Sainte-Anne-Des-Lacs, Hydro-Quebec, and approximately 40 corporations involved in the manufacture, production, servicing and transmission of Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMFs) and Radiofrequencies (RFRs), for their contributory roles in the transmissions, products and services that emit...

May 05 10:18

Hawaii Volcano Hazards Program

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This page shows the quakes hitting the Big Island. I am very concerned about the swarm of quakes appearing off of the southern coast. Were a large chunk of the island to slide off into the Pacific, there would be a major tsunami threat to the entire Pacific coastal regions.

May 05 03:47

Top 20 Addictive Foods: Are You Hooked?

Researchers from the Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan and the New York Obesity Research Center at the Mount Sinai – St. Luke’s Hospital in New York wanted to know what foods felt addictive to real people.

May 05 03:43

Doctor Explains How Fasting Can Completely Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Dr. Fung addresses multiple myths and issues that are commonly brought up about fasting. He also explains how fasting does not burn muscle and how it can reverse Type 2 diabetes.

May 04 20:50

Gaza border rioters take down 2 IDF drones on sixth week of protest

David vs. Goliath!

As IDF braces for sixth Friday March of Return protests on the trot, expected numbers dwindle, but Israel's southern residents edgy about Palestinians' increased use of incendiary kites—a new primitive weapon that has so far eluded the IDF’s high tech capabilities; rioters manage to intercept two IDF surveillance drones using slingshots after UAVs are used to cut wires, take down incendiary kites.

May 04 18:16

Waymo [self-driving vehicle] van involved in serious collision in Arizona

A Waymo self-driving vehicle was involved in a serious accident in Chandler, Arizona earlier this afternoon.

May 04 17:41

M 6.9 - 16km SW of Leilani Estates, Hawaii

M 6.9 - 16km SW of Leilani Estates, Hawaii

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This is the fourth largest earthquake in Hawaii history.

May 04 12:07

5 Highly Working Home Remedies for Malaria

Here are few best natural remedies which work 100% for malaria.

May 04 10:21

8 Horrific Ways Loneliness Kills You Physically

The feeling of loneliness which is when the person is or feels lonely brings bad consequences to health because it causes sadness interferes with wellbeing and facilitates the development of diseases such as stress anxiety or depression.

May 04 10:11

Cervical Cancer Increases Since HPV Vaccines, Per Swedish Study

By Catherine J. Frompovich

It seems there are more “correlation and causation” effects from vaccines, especially with the much-touted ‘cervical cancer prevention’ vaccines known as Gardasil®, Gardasil 9® and Cervarix® – the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines manufactured by Merck & Company and GlaxoSmithKline, respectively!

These vaccines are loaded with aluminum adjuvants...

May 04 09:50

'If There's Life on Mars It's Likely to be Primitive Organisms' - Scientist

The source of methane on Mars, which suggests life is present there, is likely to be established soon. The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter, tasked to seek out the gas on the red planet, has begun making first measurements. Sputnik discussed the possible origins of methane on Mars with Hakan Svedhem, the ExoMars TGO project scientist at the ESA.

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May 04 09:08

Billionaire Kochs boast about control over the Trump administration

Billionaire conservatives Charles and David Koch were caught taking a victory lap to celebrate their own success in getting the Trump administration to deliver on their wildest dreams.

The Kochs have profited handsomely from businesses that are massive polluters. Their companies produce more climate pollution than even major oil companies like Chevron and Shell.

Previously their company was forced to pay $30 million in what was the largest civil fine for environmental pollution in U.S. history.

May 04 09:00

FDA hid glyphosate findings from the public after finding weed killer contamination in nearly ALL food

Shocking internal emails, uncovered via the Freedom of Information Act, have revealed yet another scandal: The FDA knew that the toxic weed killer, glyphosate, was contaminating the U.S. food supply — and ignored the dangerous threat posed to American consumers. Apparently, the finding of glyphosate in heavily consumed products like granola bars and corn is of no concern to FDA officials; supervisors have reportedly declared that the glyphosate present in these items doesn’t count because they aren’t part of the agency’s “official” report.

May 04 08:56

More evidence emerges that cell phones trigger abnormal cell growth and cancer

In March 2018, the Ramazzini Institute published the results of a long-term animal study where rats were exposed to the radio frequency (RF) radiation generated by cell phones throughout their lives. The Italian researchers reported that heavy exposure to cell phone radiation was linked with increased appearances of Schwann cell tumors in the brain and heart.

The Ramazzini researchers urged that cell phones should be re-classified as “probable” carcinogens instead of merely “possible” ones.

Their findings found support in a separate investigation of the increasing instances of a highly dangerous type of brain tumor in the U.K. The cases of glioblastoma multiforme more than doubled from 1995 to 2015.

May 04 08:40

An American Mother’s Shocking Experience Sets A Dangerous Precedent

The world watched in outrage recently as officials in the UK prevented care for a severely ill child, going so far as to prevent his parents from taking him home to die.

We may think what happened to the family of Alfie Evans could not happen here in the U.S., but government agencies and the courts continue to trample the rights of citizens – bringing us closer and closer to becoming a socialist nation.

If you think it cannot happen here, think again – one American mother’s recent experience has people outraged and should have all of us deeply concerned.

May 04 08:32

132-pound ovarian tumour removed from US woman

A 132-pound ovarian tumour, measuring almost three feet, was removed from a 38-year-old woman from US` Connecticut this year, said doctors involved in the case.

The patient, who wished to remain anonymous, reported that the tumour began growing at a rate of about 10 pounds per week in November 2017.

May 04 08:31

Reality Check: The Fight for Alfie Evans

His name was Alfie Evans, a 24-month-old baby who died in the UK on Saturday.

Though his life was mercilessly short, Alfie was at the center of a heart-wrenching debate over who should have final authority over a child’s medical care: the parents, or the state.

And at what point does medical care cross the line into medical kidnapping? Did that happen here?

Let’s give it a Reality Check you won’t get anywhere else.

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