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Apr 13 12:41

MAPPED: The US cities you DON’T want to be in during nuclear war – and how to survive

It shows the cities, towns and military sites which will be pulverised in the case of a 500-warhead or 2,000-warhead nuclear attack.

Apr 13 10:55

Iraq or Syria? Trump recalls dessert perfectly, forgets who he bombed & internet erupts (VIDEO)

Trump remembers the beautiful piece of chocolate cake he was eating, but forgets what country he was attacking!

Trump was speaking with Fox Business about the bizarre exchange with Chinese leader during a summit at his Mar-a-Lago estate.

“We had finished dinner, we’re now having dessert,” Trump began. “And we had the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you’ve ever seen and President Xi was enjoying it.”

“So I said, we’ve just launched 59 missiles, heading to Iraq,” said the President, seemingly oblivious to his mistake.

Apr 13 10:24

Is That Armageddon Over The Horizon?

Crazy Horse is coming!

A new White House Fool has replaced the old fool. The New Fool has sent his Secretary of State to Russia. For what? To deliver an ultimatum? To make more false accusations? To apologize for the lies?

Stephen Cohen, one of the few remaining Americans knowledgeable about Russia, told the two CNN presstitutes and the warmonger Col. Leighton, one of the “experts” that the presstitutes roll out to pronounce the propaganda against Russia, that Russia was preparing for hot war.

The Russian leaders, who, unlike the Western liars, speak the truth, have said clearly that Russia will never again fight a war on her own territory. The Russians couldn’t put it more clearly. Provoke a war, and we will destroy you on your own territory.

Apr 13 10:02

Assaults on Border Patrol Agents Up 143 Percent

That illegal immigration thing is going well! Border Patrol agents are taking it on the chin!

U.S. Border Patrol agents during the first half of the current fiscal year are up 143 percent over the same period in FY 2016. Since the fiscal year began on October 1, 462 Border Patrol agents have been assaulted.

Border Patrol agents are the most assaulted law enforcement officers in the federal government, former Border Patrol Chief Mark Morgan testified before the Senate Homeland Security Committee in November. Since his testimony, the numbers have skyrocketed.

In March alone, illegal aliens, human smugglers, foreign nationals, and American criminals assaulted 49 Border Patrol agents, according to an April 10 CBP report. Breitbart Texas has reported on many of those incidents, some involving serious injuries.

Apr 13 09:43

Flashback - CNN: Chinese test missile shot down satellite

WWIII = no more satellites or space travel

Apr 13 09:28

Judge orders FORCED VACCINATIONS for children in shocking UK court case

Forced vaccination will never be the right course of action. Vaccines do come with risks, regardless of whether or not mainstream medicine puppets are willing to recognize it — facts are facts. Vaccines are not only made with animal-derived ingredients, but they are often tested on animals. To make matters worse, many vaccines contain toxic adjuvants such as aluminum salts, which are known to cause a wide range of deleterious effects.

This issue will not be going away anytime soon, and as more people wake up to the dangers of vaccines, we will likely begin to see more court-mandated vaccination cases.

Apr 13 07:38

Russia Sends Drones to Deir ez-Zor Where 'Coalition Strike' Caused Chemical Leak

The Russian Defense Ministry said it has sent drones to the site of an alleged chemical leak of a result of an alleged US-led coalition strike.

Apr 13 07:33

Army Command: Hundreds, including many civilians, killed in in coalition airstrike on ISIS toxic materials depot

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Damascus, SANA- The General Command of the Army and Armed Forces said on Thursday that hundreds were killed, including a large number of civilians, due to an air strike carried out by aircrafts of the so-called US-led international coalition against a huge depot for ISIS terrorist organization that includes toxic materials in the village of Hatla in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor province.

In a statement on Thursday, the General Command said aircrafts of the international coalition carried out between 17:30 and 17:50 pm on Wednesday an air strike against a position of ISIS terrorists that includes a large number of foreign mercenaries in the village of Hatla to the east of Deir Ezzor, causing a white cloud that soon turned into yellow as a result of the explosion of a huge depot that includes a large amount of toxic materials.

Apr 13 07:25

Syria says U.S.-led airstrikes hit IS-controlled chemical weapons depot in eastern Syria

Hundreds of civilians dead.Hypocrites and liars the US leadership are.

DAMASCUS, April 13 (Xinhua) -- The Syrian army on Thursday said the U.S.-led anti-terror coalition struck a chemical weapons depot controlled by the Islamic State (IS) group in eastern Syria, killing hundreds, including civilians.

The U.S.-led airstrikes targeted the big depot containing chemical materials in the town of Hatleh in the eastern countryside of Deir al-Zour on Wednesday, said the army in a statement.

It added that large numbers of civilians were among those killed due to the suffocation caused by the spread of the toxic materials.

Apr 13 07:19

‘Riskier than striking Syria’: Beijing warns US against attacking North Korea

China has warned the US against using military force against North Korea, after a surprise redeployment of an aircraft carrier group. Washington’s regional allies said they expect it to consult with them before any action.

Tension is mounting in the region as US President Donald Trump said he would solve the “North Korean problem” with or without China’s help.

The paper said Washington needs to accept the reality that it “has no power to put global affairs in order at the moment” and work with other leading world powers on the Korean situation through the UN Security Council, a body that the US has shun by the unilateral attack against Syria.

Apr 13 07:13

Give Hospital Patients Clothes And They Recover Faster

atients can recover if they can resume normality, a health campaign urges. A new campaign from the NHS is prompting hospital staff to encourage patients to get up and change out of hospital gowns as soon as they are able to move around. Can we all agree, that in America, the butt-less gowns...

Apr 12 18:22

Mattis: Navy Strike Group Not Headed to North Korea for Any Reason

A Picard and Rivero palm to forehead moment!

With a US carrier strike group steaming toward North Korea, and top administration officials talking up the need for the US to “solve” North Korea, Russian officials today echoed a concern shared by a lot of people, that the US is about to unilaterally attack North Korea.

Defense Secretary James Mattis sought to downplay those concerns, however, insisting the carrier strike group is just in the western Pacific in general, and isn’t speeding rapidly toward the Korean Peninsula for any particular reason, and has nothing in mind when it gets there.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNsrK6P9QvI

Apr 12 18:19

Discovered - Second 'Great Cold Spot' on Jupiter exerted by planet’s vivacious auroras

The dark expanse is up to 24,000 km in longitude and 12,000 km in latitude. It's in the gas giant’s thin high-altitude thermosphere - that is around 200K (Kelvin) cooler than the hot surrounding atmosphere, which can range in temperature between 700K (426ºC) and 1000K (726ºC).

Apr 12 17:52

Why in the End the Victimhood Culture Only Benefits Straight White Men

Great Lecture - snowflakes beware

"Safety culture is debilitating. It is crippling. It is a terrible, terrible thing. Those who embrace it as an identity, the weaker you get, the more angry you get. The less likely you are to thrive after you leave the 'bubble of safety'.

Who gets stronger from this? Straight white men. Straight white men are the only beneficiaries here because, for four years, they're told, 'You're the bad guys. You're the evil ones and there are no resources to support you in particular.' What does that sound like? A job!

Straight white men have four years of preparation for a job! Whereas anyone who grasps the victim identity has four years of dis-preparation.

Businesses are wondering, 'What is going on? I don't want these kids. They're going to sue. They're going to cry. I don't want these kids from this safety culture.' "

Apr 12 17:21

Xi advises Trump to be Peaceful

This guy sounds like a Statesman and he is to the point.

Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke on the phone with U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday and emphasized that conflict on the Korean Peninsula has to be resolved through peaceful means, after Trump reiterated that he was ready to solve the North Korean nuclear issue on his own.

China's state-run broadcaster CCTV reported that Xi and Trump held a phone conversation Wednesday morning Asia time to discuss the situation on the Korean Peninsula and other matters of bilateral concern, five days after their summit last week. The CCTV report was issued shortly after the conversation.

Xi was reported to have told Trump, China adheres to the goal of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and calls for peaceful means to resolve the problem in order to safeguard the peace and stability of the region.

Apr 12 16:40

Why in the End the Victimhood Culture Only Benefits Straight White Men

Great Lecture - snowflakes beware

"Safety culture is debilitating. It is crippling. It is a terrible, terrible thing. Those who embrace it as an identity, the weaker you get, the more angry you get. The less likely you are to thrive after you leave the 'bubble of safety'.

Who gets stronger from this? Straight white men. Straight white men are the only beneficiaries here because, for four years, they're told, 'You're the bad guys. You're the evil ones and there are no resources to support you in particular.' What does that sound like? A job!

Straight white men have four years of preparation for a job! Whereas anyone who grasps the victim identity has four years of dis-preparation.

Businesses are wondering, 'What is going on? I don't want these kids. They're going to sue. They're going to cry. I don't want these kids from this safety culture.' "

Apr 12 14:45

Poison Intell: Update

Many in the US feel betrayed by recent bellicosity against Syria, which may, yet again, have been based on a False Flag narrative, enriching psychopaths, neocons and arms suppliers.

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I, too, am old enough to remember classmates of mine who did not come back from Vietnam alive, or only came back partially, besieged by the physical and mental wounds of war.

Apr 12 13:20

Why You Should Avoid These Five Dangerous Over the Counter Meds

Most people assume that over the counter drugs are very safe. After all, why would they be available for sale without a prescription if they weren’t safe? And for the most part they’re right. With the exception of a few people who use them recreationally, are allergic, or are more susceptible to the side effects, these drugs are safe.

Apr 12 11:59

Trump says he told Xi how he bombed Syria airbase over ‘most beautiful piece of cake’

"I was sitting at the table. We had finished dinner. We're now having dessert. And we had the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you've ever seen and President Xi was enjoying it,” Trump told Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo, during an interview that aired on Wednesday morning.

“It's so incredible. It's brilliant. It's genius. Our technology, our equipment, is better than anybody by a factor of five. I mean look, we have, in terms of technology, nobody can even come close to competing,” said Trump.

Trump spoke of a “great feeling” between himself and Xi, who he “really likes being with,” at least officially.

Apr 12 11:19

Hardball Diplomacy: Why Trump's Show of Force Leaves Beijing Unimpressed

The Chinese have deployed upwards of 150,000 troops to the Yalu under the pretext they are all medical personnel,or at least that is what the idiots in dc want to believe.

The timing of Donald Trump's strike on Syria was aimed at sending a strong signal to Beijing, Malaysian geopolitical analyst Mathew Maavak told Sputnik. The geopolitical analyst explained why Trump's "hardball diplomacy" left the Chinese leadership unimpressed.
Surprisingly, Xi remained silent in response to the show of force.

"If the intention was to intimidate China over North Korea's nuclear sabre-rattling, then Beijing will likely raise the stakes by providing an additional economic lifeline to Pyongyang," the Malaysian analyst suggested."

Apr 12 09:38

Hubble just spotted something massive coming out of Uranus

The Hubble space telescope has spotted a huge shimmering region on Uranus – and it’s caused by powerful bursts of solar wind.

No giggling at the back, please.

Apr 12 09:20

Cases of brain-infecting worm are spiking in Hawaii

A parasitic worm that infects people's brains is turning up more frequently on Maui, and Hawaiian officials are getting worried. "It’s like having a slow-moving bullet go through your brain," says state epidemiologist Dr.

Sarah Park, per the AP, explaining the effects of rat lungworm disease. According to ABC News, the worm lives in the lungs of rats, but its larvae are expelled in the rats' feces and infect slugs and snails, which in turn pass the larvae on to humans.

The larvae can survive for months in humans, growing into worms an inch long. The parasite can cause a rare form of meningitis, which comes along with serious headaches, vomiting, temporary facial paralysis, and more.

Apr 12 07:26

Dove Ad Highlights Trans Mom In Inclusive Campaign About Motherhood

Dove broke new ground by featuring a transgender mom in their Baby Dove #RealMoms commercial.

The video features a variety of moms from all walks of life - cattle ranchers, breakdancers, rock climbers - and ethnicities in the touching video.

Apr 12 07:07

Teenage boys could be given HPV jabs to prevent cancer

Boots announced that it will stock the vaccine in stores across the country, but parents will have to pay £300 for their sons to have the vaccine if they are aged 12-14, rising to £450 if they are 15 or over.

The World Health Organisation recommends that HPV is vaccinated against in all countries that can afford to do so.

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Apr 11 23:41

A Multi-Level Analysis of the US Cruise Missile Attack on Syria and Its Consequences

The latest US cruise missile attack on the Syrian airbase is an extremely important event in so many ways that it is important to examine it in some detail. I will try to do this today with the hope to be able to shed some light on a rather bizarre attack which will nevertheless have profound consequences. But first, let’s begin by looking at what actually happened.

However, since the Russians were warned about the attack they had plenty of time to prepare their electronic warfare stations to “fry” and otherwise disable at least part of the cruise missiles. I do believe that this is the correct explanation.

Apr 11 23:26

President Trump, with respect, start ruthlessly purging the U.S. general officer corps

Last time we discussed your refusal to abide by the Constitution’s hard-and-fast war-making provision, a decision that merits — as it did for most of your post-1945 predecessors — impeachment proceedings. Waging war in the manner you did in Syria is the work of an absolute monarch or a dictator, not that of a popularly elected president of this republic.

Today, we must discuss a topic that has been covered in this space on multiple occasions; namely, the need for you to immediately purge — via forced retirement — scores of your general officers. The American fetish for treating these officers as god-like wonders is baseless, and must be curtailed to the greatest possible extent. Among the most obvious reasons they merit forced retirement are:

–They and their predecessors have not won a war since 1945. In truth, they have won nothing in the most war-filled 72 years in American history.

Apr 11 17:27

NASA's Cassini spacecraft captures close-up of plateaus of Saturn’s C ring

NASA has released a close-up view of Saturn’s C ring region that is uniformly bright.
According to the US space agency, a dozen regions of Saturn's C ring stand out as noticeably brighter than the rest of the ring, while about half a dozen regions are devoid of ring material. Scientists call the bright regions “plateaus” and the devoid regions “gaps.”

Apr 11 09:34

GOP Leaders Dropping Border Wall Funds, Says Report

Federal funding for one of President Donald Trump’s premier policy proposals may be excluded from the House GOP’s budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018.

House Democrats, along with a few House Republicans, are working around-the-clock to make sure funding for the estimated $12 billion border wall is not factored into the GOP budget, according to a report by The Hill.

“With Democrats united against new wall funding, it’s unlikely the Republicans have the votes to get it through and prevent a government shutdown,” The Hill report stated.

Apr 11 08:46

Extinction-level event to hit U.S.? 2024 projections show U.S. population reduced by 262 million people over next 7-years, GDP reduced by $17B

Ever since the ominous forecasting website Deagal.com was exposed in 2014 for being a tool of the Deep State by “playing both sides of the fence,” journalists, authors, and others have been scouring the site’s unique data as a way to peer into the future — which according to projections looks bleak.

Apr 11 07:53

BEXALERT: U.S. says strike hits 20 percent of Syria's operational aircraft

What a joke. More lies.It was a salvage and repair base.Most of the CM's didn't even make it to the target and of those that did,about half chewed up the grass around the field.

The U.S. cruise missile strike on a Syrian air base last week damaged or destroyed 20 percent of Syria's operational aircraft, as well as fuel and ammunition sites and air defense capabilities, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Monday.

"The Syrian government has lost the ability to refuel or re-arm aircraft at Shayrat airfield and at this point, use of the runway is of idle military interest," Mattis said in a statement.

Apr 11 07:41

Melding Mind and Machine: How Close Are We?

Undoubtedly there will be beneficial uses for brain-computer interface technology (BCI), particularly in the area of restoring motor skills and communication. But, as you’ll read, the level of mind-tinkering that is being proposed by neuroscience has uses that also create direct mind control in the form of “non-invasive” applications such as neural dust, linking the brain to computer via wireless magnetic stimulation. Or how about treating diseases via “electroceuticals” – sending targeted electrical messages to various organs via implant?...

Apr 10 17:19

Autism Symptoms in Pets Rise as Pet Vaccination Rates Rise

“Canine Dysfunctional Behavior” May Be Autism
STORY HIGHLIGHTS

· Research is underway to evaluate reports of autism-like disorders observed in dogs.
· Canine autism shares many of the same characteristics as Autism Spectrum Disorders in children.
· Many of the same behavioral characteristics of autism in pets are also associated with adverse reactions to vaccines.
Just as the incidence of Autism-Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) has risen alarmingly in children over the last half century, there is evidence that similar behavioral disorders have been observed in pets, most widely reported among pet dogs. It is too early for mainstream veterinary authorities to confidently confirm that dogs can develop autism, but there are numerous reports of behavior patterns in pets that mirror autism behavior in children. Studies are underway to evaluate the possibility that animals can become autistic.1
Autistic Behaviors Recognized in Dogs

Apr 10 11:05

Study Reveals Sick Americans Could Be Misdiagnosed at Alarming Rate

To those who’ve been hit with a frightening medical diagnosis, there may be a way out: according to a new study, getting a second opinion will more often than not result in an entirely different opinion.

Apr 10 10:47

3/31/17 Arnaldo Claudio on National Security Advisor Gen. H.R. McMaster’s human rights violations of Iraqis in 2005

Podcast:

Arnaldo Claudio, a retired senior US Military Police officer, discusses his 2005 investigation of human rights abuses of detainees in Tal Afar, in a camp commanded by then-Colonel H.R. McMaster, whom Claudio threatened to arrest. According to Claudio, detainees were kept in overcrowded conditions, handcuffed, deprived of food and water, and soiled by their own urine and feces. A so-called “good behavior program” was implemented by McMaster, that held detainees indefinitely (beyond a rule requiring release after 2 weeks) unless they provided “actionable intelligence.”

Apr 10 10:10

Poodle Trump Runs With Dogs of War

So the brash, big-mouth tycoon in the White House with an outsized ego has finally unleashed the dogs of war in Syria.

Invoking God and the suffering of “little babies”, the supposed US Commander-in-Chief Donald Trump ordered the bombing of Syria with cruise missiles launched from warships in the Mediterranean

But the upshot is this: Trump is acting like an obedient poodle going along with the Machiavellian American power system. Invoking God and suffering babies is just a shallow moral cover for his complicity in another US criminal act – in a countless list of such crimes down through history.

To save his political skin and no doubt lucrative future business opportunities for his dynasty, Trump has donned the cap of Commander-in-Chief and is groveling before the American war machine.

He is handing over an “official” license for war in Syria that the American Deep State has been craving for years.

Apr 10 10:01

Fukushima Radiation on US West Coast Poses No Health Risk, Scientists Say

Despite the devastating nuclear accident at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant in March 2011, scientists studying the waters off the west coast of the United States have concluded that there is no contamination risk to people or the local ecology.

Studying the waters of the Pacific coastline, scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts and from Ottawa's Fisheries and Oceans Canada found levels of Cesium-134, the radiation footprint of the Fukushima disaster, to be at levels below what a dental patient would be exposed to in a routine X-ray, according to the Associated Press.

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Slight complication... A dental X-ray lasts a second. Exposure to Fukushima radioactivity runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year! And while a radiation source for a dental X-ray stays at the dentist's office, ingesting Fukushima debris means you are carrying it with you the rest of your life ... however long that may be. Already thyroid cancer rates in the US are climbing, although doctors claim not to know why.

Apr 10 09:00

Earth-like planet 'GJ 1132b' outside our Solar System has its own atmosphere

In a significant step towards the detection of life beyond our own world, astronomers have for the first time discovered that an Earth-like planet outside our solar system has its own atmosphere.
The planet known as GJ 1132b, which is 1.4-times the size of our planet Earth, is orbiting a red dwarf star GJ 1132 in the southern constellation Vela, at a distance of 39 light-years from us.

Apr 10 08:49

Chemical warfare in America

International pharmaceutical cartels and monopolies are not just marketing chemicals as medicine. They are deeply involved or, better stated, they are in business with government. They plan and carry out wars, human experiments, and population control. Their interests and the interests of big government are identical. It’s not just all about money. It’s about power and the New World Order. The controlled press wouldn’t dare touch this subject.

Apr 10 08:48

SICK NASTY!!!! WALMART CUSTOMERS ARE FREAKING AFTER WHAT THEY JUST FOUND IN PACKAGED SALADS!!!

Fresh Express recalled its Organic Marketside Spring Mix from Walmart stores in the Southeastern United States Saturday because a dead bat was found in a packaged salad in Florida.

Apr 10 08:14

Christian nurse faces harsh punishment for talking about faith with cancer patients

Sarah Kuteh, a nurse in the United Kingdom with 15 years of experience, was fired from her position with the Darent Valley Hospital after daring to speak with patients about faith and prayer.

Apr 10 07:33

New report shows Target is feeling the devastating effects of their transgender bathroom policy

Nearly one year ago, Americans across the country initiated a boycott over Target’s transgender bathroom policy. Now, the company reveals the boycott really hurt the company’s bottom line.

Apr 10 06:58

President Trump to Host Passover Seder Monday Night

The Times of Israel reports: WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump will host a White House Passover seder Monday night, an administration official told The Times of Israel on Sunday, confirming that the new administration will continue a tradition started by former president Barack Obama.

Apr 10 06:55

If Your Car Sinks In Water Do This Immediately!

Did you know that over 400 people each year die inside the sinking cars? You would think it would be a rare event, but careening a car into a lake is not the only way that people perish in sinking cars. It happens in the aftermath of hurricanes and floods when...

Apr 09 19:24

Scientists shocked as common pesticides are confirmed to accelerate puberty in boys by drastically altering hormone production

Early onset puberty was associated with a plethora of illnesses in a 2015 study. Researchers from the MRC Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge pooled data from the U.K. Biobank and found that early puberty in both boys and girls may raise the odds of various diseases such as type-2 diabetes and heart disease. Early puberty was also associated with an increased risk of other adverse medical conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, arthritis, glaucoma, and psoriasis. The condition was also tied to elevated risk of depression in both men and women, and premature menopause in women.

Furthermore, researchers found that participants who had the earliest onset of puberty had higher odds of developing diseases later in life compared with those who had later onsets.

Apr 09 19:22

Donald Trump’s Pick For Top Economic Adviser Is Pro-Immigration, Pro-Outsourcing

Had enough?

President Donald Trump has picked an economic advisor who believes in growing the nation’s economy by importing workers and consumers, and by expanding free-trade outsourcing, despite Trump’s “buy American, hire American” campaign promises.

Kevin Hassett is slated to become chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors if he is approved by the Senate’s banking committee. If Hassett is confirmed, that will be a win for the corporatist, business-first faction in Trump’s White House, which fights for influence in the Oval Office against the populist, America-first faction that helped Trump win the election in November.

Apr 09 19:20

Bowel cancer risk skyrockets after taking antibiotics for just two weeks

“Antibiotics fundamentally alter the gut microbiome, by curbing the diversity and number of bacteria, and reducing the resistance to hostile bugs. This might all have a crucial role in the development of bowel cancer, added to which the bugs that require antibiotics may induce inflammation, which is a known risk for the development of bowel cancer. The findings if confirmed by other studies, suggest the potential need to limit the use of antibiotics and sources of inflammation that may drive tumour formation,” the researchers wrote.

The findings were published in the journal Gut.

Apr 09 18:04

$500 Billion Plan to Refreeze Polar Cap, While Icebergs Detour Ships 650KM South

A new plan out by Arizona State University to use 10 million wind powered pumps to re-freeze the Arctic at a cost of $500 billion dollars, is a badly timed release as 400+ icebergs invade north Atlantic shipping lanes driving vessel traffic 650Km south to avoid collision. Record snows in Anchorage Alaska and Record ice growth on Greenland.

Apr 09 15:57

Philippine clinic uses Wolverine to sell circumcisions

April 5 (UPI) -- A medical clinic in the Philippines is using an unusual mascot to advertise its circumcision service: claw-bearing X-Men super hero Wolverine.

The advertisement for Dionisio M. Cornel Memorial Medical Center in Antipolo features an image of Hugh Jackman as the adamantium-clawed character he played in the X-Men and Wolverine films next to text promoting the clinic's circumcision service.

Apr 09 13:14

Palm Sunday attacks: 43 dead, more than 100 injured in church bombings carried out by ISIS in Egypt

Trump and the USN and USAF fly top cover for ISIS! Pathetic.

Egypt's president called for a three-month state of emergency Sunday after at least 43 people were killed and more than 100 more were injured in two Palm Sunday suicide attacks at Coptic Christian churches, each carried out by the ISIS terror group.

Sunday's first blast happened at St. George Church in the Nile Delta town of Tanta, where at least 27 people were killed and 78 others wounded, officials said.

Television footage showed the inside of the church, where a large number of people gathered around what appeared to be lifeless, bloody bodies covered with papers.

Apr 09 08:38

Shadow Brokers hackers release NSA hacking tools to punish Trump for ‘abandoning’ his base

Trump has no friends and very few supporters left.This is awesome.

Hacking group Shadow Brokers has released the password to a trove of NSA exploits in what they say is a form of protest against President Donald Trump for going back on his campaign promises, and warning the president, “Don’t forget your base.”

NSA just lost control of its Top Secret arsenal of digital weapons; hackers leaked it.
1) https://t.co/zleVbyBtE3
2) https://t.co/aKwdiNbrJA
— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) April 8, 2017

Apr 09 07:56

Can of Soda Inside a Frozen Car (3 pics)

Never leave a can of soda inside your car when it's freezing outside.

Apr 08 18:28

Large asteroid to buzz past Earth in April, says NASA

A large near-Earth asteroid discovered nearly three years ago will fly safely past Earth on April 19th, US space agency NASA has said.
The space rock, known as 2014 JO25, is estimated to be 2,000 feet in size. It is expected to fly by Earth at a safe distance of about 1.1 million miles (1.8 million kilometres), or about 4.6 times the distance from Earth to the moon, Xinhua news agency reported on Friday.

Apr 08 09:47

It was an Aircraft Salvage yard,not an active combat airbase!

The US bombed a Syrian Airforce salvage yard.Most of the planes they hit were decommissioned hulks being stripped for parts and then the airframes are chopped up for aluminum scrap.
This was a farce that is in the process of destroying Trump. They got some old Mig-23's that are 40+years old and that was about it.

Apr 08 08:29

There are far more vaccine-damaged children in America than chemical weapons-damaged children in Syria

President Trump’s explanation for the attack included these words:

Assad choked out the lives of innocent men, women and children. It was a slow and brutal death for so many. Even beautiful babies were cruelly murdered in this very barbaric attack. No child of god should ever suffer such horror.

If you replace the word “Assad” with “CDC” or “the vaccine industry,” it all makes even more sense. Vastly higher numbers of children right here in America have been “cruelly murdered” in the “barbaric attack” of toxic vaccines than have ever been killed by chemical weapons in Syria.

I agree with the President that “No child of God should ever suffer such horror,” but I wonder when this President will start working to stop the chemical assault on America’s children that’s being waged every day by the vaccine industry.

Apr 07 23:50

Government Killing of Civilians by Gas

One point that needs to be made, but rarely if ever mentioned, is that in the supposed rationale for US attack on Syria to avenge/prevent claimed civilian deaths by government gas attacks, the US government itself has used similar weapons openly as recently as the FBI/ATF attack on the Branch Davidian compound near Waco Texas in the spring of 1993.

76 men, women and children died in this senseless military style assault which used highly lethal military CS gas as a primary weapon. CS is not a nerve agent and it doesn’t in normal concentrations cause immediate death. But it is highly flammable, persistent and designed to incapacitate targets by causing massive biological reactions including inability to breathe, massive tearing in the eyes, nose bleeds, etc.

Apr 07 22:42

45 times Trump said attacking Syria was a bad idea and might start World War III

President Donald Trump's administration ordered a missile attack on the Syrian government's al-Shayrat airbase near Homs on Thursday evening, taking a rapid about-face on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to a military conclusion in the wake of a chemical attack which killed scores and left hundreds injured.

But Trump has repeatedly spoken out against attacking the Syrian government, suggesting U.S. involvement in the conflict could make a bad problem worse and possibly lead to a global war.

In October, Trump blasted then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's position on Syria — that the U.S. military should take out al-Assad's airfields, the exact type of strike Trumphe ordered Thursday — by saying attacking a Russian-backed government could start World War III.

Apr 07 20:25

Prepare for Impact – This is the Beginning of the End for U.S. Empire

Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad.

Trump’s weaknesses have been identified and exploited, and he’s successfully been manipulated into neocon foreign policy like George W. Bush and Barack Obama before him.

I’ve spent much of the past several months warning about exactly what happened last night, but the die is now cast. There’s no turning back from the path we’re on.

U.S. leadership is an absolute joke and will drive this entire country into a brick wall in the years ahead. John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Chucky Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, are you kidding me? They remind me of George Armstrong Custer, and we all know how that turned out.

Apr 07 19:41

Only 23 out of 59 US missiles hit target, damage is "laughable" - Syrian officer

This is a joke. The USN hit a salvage and repair yard. Maybe the US Military isn't behind Trump!

A military source from the Syrian Arab Republic has disclosed the details of the consequences of the US’ missile strike on Syria’s Sharat airfield:

"The Shayrat airfield has for six months already been used by the Syrian Army as a ‘dump’ where the Syrian Arab Republic’s armed forces' old and already decommissioned military equipment waits before being sent to scrap or dismantling for old parts.
According to experts, the total damage of the missile strike was no more than 3-5 million US dollars. At the same time, by using not so tricky math, it is clear that for recycling such old Syrian equipment the US Army lost around 90 million US dollars.

Apr 07 18:35

Don't miss to catch 'Jupiter Opposition' on April 7: King of planets at its brightest, biggest tonight

Jupiter, king of planets in our Solar System reaches opposition on Friday night, April 7, 2017, when it shines brighter and appears largest than ever before in the night.
According to NASA, Jupiter can be viewed at opposition from sunset on April 7, 2017 to sunrise on April 8, 2017.

Apr 07 14:00

‘Everyone deserves love’: Pamela Anderson opens up about ‘affair’ with Julian Assange

He's holed up in the embassy and having visits from Pam Anderson. Man bein head of wikileaks is some hard duty! Go Julian.

Former Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson has revealed all about her relationship with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, saying “everyone deserves love".
Anderson told People magazine that she “loves” Assange for his “romantic struggle” to “free the world.”

Assange is currently holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, to escape prosecution in Sweden over sexual offense allegations.

Apr 07 13:32

Peter Thiel Is Now the Bilderberg Group's Most Prominent Member

The long-standing relationship between President-elect Donald Trump and Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel was solidified during a meeting of Silicon Valley brass and right-wing political insurgents with an awkward, finger-clutching handshake. Thiel, who had stumped for and donated to Trump’s campaign, was seated at Trump’s left hand during a summit designed to cut through some of the tensions between the leaders of America’s most powerful technology businesses and the future head of the federal government. Thiel, who’s public support of Trump got him namechecked in a number of Palo Alto shoegaze thinkpieces during the campaign, is considered by his political opponents to be the very model of a modern techno-fascist. The fact that he is openly a member of the Bilderberg Group, which is commonly conflated with the supposed “New World Order,” may amplify concerns as he become a critical part of President Trump’s inner circle.

Apr 07 13:30

Who Towers Behind Trump?

An inquiry into the background of flamboyant American entrepreneur Donald J. Trump provides some surprising insights into Trump’s path to power and influence, for the fact is that Trump’s rise to stardom came as a direct consequence of his having functioned as hardly more than a colorful front man for some very wealthy behind-the-scenes sponsors.

Everyone knows, of course, about Trump’s gambling operations and of the wide-ranging links of the gambling industry to organized crime. But the story is much bigger than that. In his own memoir, The Art of the Deal, Trump proudly described how in 1987 he bought his first casino interests when he purchased 93% of the voting stock in the Resorts International gambling concern.

Apr 07 13:24

From Syria To Monsanto: A Moribund System Of Deceit And Destruction

Today, as the dominant global power, the US rolls out its brand of unfettered capitalism across the world. US citizens constitute just five percent of the world’s population but consume 24 percent of global energy. Consider the consequences of a US-style model of ‘development’ if it were to be aspired to and copied throughout the world (which it is in places like India and China). The model is unsustainable and based on the premise of endless GDP growth and endless supplies of (finite) fossil fuels to fuel it.

Apr 07 13:11

US cyber attack shuts down Al-Masdar News for five hours

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (8:45 P.M.) – On Friday afternoon, Al-Masdar News experienced its biggest hacker attack ever, leaving the website inaccessible to its readers for five hours.

Incidentally, the DDOS attack took place hours after it was revealed that ISIS launched an offensive shortly after US missiles struck Shayrat Airbase, grounding its airplanes at the Homs airfield.

The IT department said the massive DDOS attack could be traced exclusively back to the United States although it could not determine who was responsible for the hacking.

Apr 07 12:32

US Missile Strikes in Syria Cross Russian 'Red Lines'. How Will Putin Respond?

Putin has a cool mind and we may anticipate that the Russian response will come at a time of his choosing and in a manner that is appropriate to the seriousness of the U.S. offense

My days as apologist for Donald Trump’s backsliding on his electoral campaign promise of a new direction in foreign policy are over.

From being the solution, he has become an integral part of the problem. And with his bigger than life ego, petulance and stubbornness, Commander-in-Chief Trump is potentially a greater threat to world peace than the weak-willed Barack Obama whom he replaced.

Apr 07 09:59

Russia suspends flight safety memorandum over Syria after US missile strike – Foreign Ministry

Russia has suspended the memorandum of understanding on flight safety in Syria with the United States amid the US missile strike on Syria’s Shayrat military airfield, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry’s statement.

“Without bothering to investigate anything, the US went forward with a demonstration of force, a military confrontation with a country that is fighting international terrorism,” the Foreign Ministry’s statement reads.

Apr 07 09:18

Pentagon Trained Syria’s Al Qaeda “Rebels” in the Use of Chemical Weapons

The Western media refutes their own lies.
By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research, April 07, 2017
N
ot only do they confirm that the Pentagon has been training the terrorists in the use of chemical weapons, they also acknowledge the existence of a not so secret “US-backed plan to launch a chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad’s regime”

London’s Daily Mail in a 2013 article confirmed the existence of an Anglo-American project endorsed by the White House (with the assistance of Qatar) to wage a chemical weapons attack on Syria and place the blame of Bashar Al Assad.

Apr 07 08:35

BEXALERT!: Initial reports indicate Syrian airbase 'almost completely destroyed' after US strike

37 Missiles missed entirely. The 23 that did hit took out 6 old Mig-23's.From the drone footage it looks like at leats half of those landed in the grass at the edge of the runway. The US military as usual lies.

The Syrian airfield targeted by United States airstrikes early Friday was “almost completely destroyed,” a human rights group in the country said.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the missile attack damaged over a dozen hangars, a fuel depot and an air defense base. About 60 U.S. Tomahawk missiles hit the Shayrat air base, southeast of Homs, a small installation with two runways.

Apr 06 17:50

Better than vaccines? Vitamin D found to be powerful prevention vs. colds and flu

Researchers examined the vitamin’s efficacy in flu protection against two anti-viral drugs zanamivir and oseltamivir. Study data showed that vitamin D supplementation helped reduce the risk of flu infection in children by up to 50 percent, compared with a measly eight percent reduction in children taking zanamivir and oseltamivir.

The scientists concluded that while generally effective, antiviral treatments will fail consistently when assessed against vitamin D. The findings explain why flu seasons peak during winter between December and March, when people have significantly low levels of the sunshine vitamin, researchers noted.

Apr 06 17:47

Popular heartburn drugs found to promote deadly superbug infections

Acid reflux drugs raise the odds of Clostridium difficile infections, according to an analysis published in The Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine. C. difficile is a bacterium that causes a condition called colitis, which is characterized by inflammation of the colon. Symptoms of colitis include fever, diarrhea and abdominal pain, as well nausea and loss of appetite.

Apr 06 17:38

NASA's record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson to extend mission at space station

Record-breaking NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson is set to add another feather in her record-breaking cap by extending her mission with an additional three months at the International Space Station.
NASA and the Russian space agency Roscosmos, signed an agreement to extend Peggy Whitson's stay on the space station into Expedition 52, the US space agency said in a statement on Thursday.

Apr 06 16:51

Evidence Calls Western Narrative About Syrian Chemical Attack Into Question

On April 3rd, 2017, an anti-Assad journalist tweeted that the next day he would be launching a media campaign to cover airstrikes on the Hama countryside, including the use of chemical weapons. It is not clear how the reporter was able to know that chemical weapons would be used an entire day before the attacks occurred.

Observers further noted that on April 1st, 2017, a doctor on the ground in Khan Sheikhoun, Dr. Shajul Islam, had received several shipments of gas masks in the days running up to the chemical incident. The revelations on Twitter fueled speculation that opposition figures were aware of the chemical attack days before it actually happened, contesting the narrative that the Syrian government was responsible.

Apr 06 15:54

Musings By America’s Graveside

Brother Nathanael seems a little testy these days. But who isn't!

By Brother Nathanael
* Haley is an imbecile.
* Trump cannot be trusted, his word is full of worms.
* Trump is a tinderbox, a dangerous demagogue.
* There is not an ounce of integrity running through Trump’s veins.
* Jared Kushner has his day in the sun with Trump. But every dog has his day and pisses on the hydrant. America is that hydrant.
* Bannon wrote many of Trump’s campaign ‘anti-NWO’ speeches. Trump never believed a word of it.
* Tillerson is a weakling. He caved to big business to allow homos to wreck the last remaining wholesome institution in America, the Boy Scouts of America.
* Mattis and McMasters are both war criminals yet run the Jew-enabled war machine wreaking havoc all over the world.
* Mattis has the eyes of a zombie. He’s a metaphor of the hollowing out of Jewmerica, a country with one foot and three toes in the grave.
* Jewmerica is the most hated country across the board.

Apr 06 15:49

CDC Issues New Warning On Potential Impact Of Zika Virus

The Centers for Disease Control released new information Tuesday showing the impact of the Zika virus last year — offering advice on what to do before the insects start biting this year.

Apr 06 14:52

Are autistic individuals the best workers around?

By Ronald Alsop
7 January 2016

Frustrated by young employees who spend more time texting than doing their jobs? Want to find an employee who gets immersed in their work and pays close attention to details?

Then you might want to follow the lead of other businesses that have begun to actively recruit autistic employees. "They're loyal and diligent and are a lower turnover risk," said Tim Weiler, director, Eastern division, sales effectiveness and rewards, at Towers Watson, a human-resources consulting firm.

(Vaccines, the gift that keeps on giving!)

Apr 06 12:35

THE FOUR FLAVORS OF AUTOMATED LICENSE PLATE READER TECHNOLOGY

Automated License Plate Readers (ALPRs) may be the most common mass surveillance technology in use by local law enforcement around the country—but they're not always used in the same way. Typically, ALPR systems are comprised of high-speed cameras connected to computers that photograph every license plate that passes. The photo is converted to letters and numbers, which are attached to a time and location stamp, then uploaded to a central server. This allows police to identify and record the locations of vehicles in real time and also identify where those vehicles have been in the past. Using this information, police could establish driving patterns for individual cars.

Apr 06 10:49

Childhood Antibiotic Use Could Lead To Autoimmune Disease In Adulthood

Antibiotics are a sometimes necessary evil, but they can upset the body’s delicate bacterial balance.

For the gut in particular ? which is home to trillions of bacteria that play a crucial role in our physical and mental health ? antibiotics can cause serious damage. The healthy bacteria inhabiting the digestive tract are critical for maintaining the health of the digestive system, brain and immune system in particular, along with numerous other systems in the body. One single course of antibiotics can indiscriminately kill off hundreds of important strains of healthy bacteria alongside the bad bacteria it aims to target.

Now, a Monash University study involving mice, published in the April issue of the Journal of Leukocyte Biology, finds that childhood antibiotic use impedes the normal growth and development of gut bacteria. This, in turn, affects the function of the immune system ? around 70 percent of which is contained in the gut.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Parents need to educate themselves on what natural alternatives exist to treat illnesses, other than antibiotics.

IF you can, finding a pediatrician who understands complementary medicine, can be an excellent first step.

Apr 06 09:53

WHAT EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE NEW QUARANTINE REGULATION

Imagine men in bleach white bio suits with medical masks show up at your door. You are suspected of carrying a communicable disease. You will now be arrested and held without due process, indefinitely.

The government could do this any day.

They have the “authority”. They have the personnel. They have the funding. Now all they need is the excuse.

The federal government claims the right to quarantine anyone who they suspect has or has come into contact with a communicable disease.

On January 19th of this year, a regulation was passed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

The regulation is meant to allow the HHS and other departments of the federal government to stop the spread of contagious diseases, like Ebola or bird flu. But the regulation is obscure enough to be a serious threat to liberty.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What a marvelous tool for political repression!!

If someone has troublesomely stated facts which do not support the US government narrative, they can now be hauled off, incommunicado, with no due process whatsoever, on the pretext that they have been "exposed" to some life-threatening disease, and must be quarantined.

Apr 06 09:48

From Syria To Monsanto: A Moribund System Of Deceit And Destruction

Today, as the dominant global power, the US roles out its brand of unfettered capitalism across the world. US citizens constitute just five percent of the world’s population but consume 24 percent of global energy. Consider the consequences of a US-style model of ‘development’ if it were to be aspired to and copied throughout the world (which it is in places like India and China). The model is unsustainable and based on the premise of endless GDP growth and endless supplies of (finite) fossil fuels to fuel it.

Apr 06 09:29

40+ Drugs to Be Dropped By Insurance

Americans, get ready for sticker shock at the pharmacy.

In 2017, the nation’s largest insurance companies will likely exclude up to 154 different drugs from coverage. If you’re taking one of these prescriptions, your co-pay is about to go way, way up.

Last year, popular drugs including Viagra and Qsymia were dropped by major insurance plans for 2016. The trend continues this year. Almost 50 popular brand-name and generic drugs will likely no longer be covered by one of the nation’s largest prescription insurance providers.

Apr 06 08:44

World View: President Trump Plans Military Action on Syria After Nerve Gas Attack on Civilians

In my book,any support for Trump is treason!

This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com

President Trump plans military action on Syria after horrific nerve gas attack on civilians
President Trump declares that he’s changed his mind about military action
Marco Rubio says Trump’s policy emboldened Bashar al-Assad
John McCain and Lindsey Graham advocate cruise missiles and safe areas

Apr 06 06:58

Royal Astronomer Warns Robots Will Wipe Out Humanity & Take Over

Royal astronomer Sir Martin Rees has warned that robots will wipe out humans and take over in just a few centuries.

Apr 06 04:12

How Much Cancer Does Lunch Meat Cause?

Every year, more than five million expected years of life are lost to lung cancer, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer alone. This is especially important, because according to certain cancer researchers, “not more than 2% of all human cancer is attributable to purely genetic or congenital factors.” The rest involve external factors such as our diet, as I discuss in my video, How Much Cancer Does Lunch Meat Cause?.

Apr 05 18:14

Cosmic radiation: NASA develops new device to keep crews safe when it sends humans to Mars

NASA has developed a new device that will monitor radiation exposure to neutrons and help keep crews safe when it sends humans to Mars.
NASA scientists said they are testing the Fast Neutron Spectrometer on the International Space Station (ISS).

Apr 05 15:40

Microwave Radiation Should Be Regulated On A Precautionary Basis, Study Suggests

PubMed published the Abstract of a 2011 science paper titled “Long-term exposure to microwave radiation provokes cancer growth: evidences from radars and mobile communication systems”..

Apr 05 14:14

George Soros is the secret financier behind Kushner-backed startup Cadre

George Soros’ Soros Fund Management has quietly been financing the Kushner-backed real estate finance startup Cadre with a substantial credit line, according to sources familiar with the matter.
A source familiar with the financing arrangement told The Real Deal that “Soros has had a long and productive relationship with the Kushner family.” Another source told TRD that Kushner Companies TRData LogoTINY president Laurent Morali played a key role arranging the financing, but a Kushner Companies spokesperson disputed that account, claiming that “Kushner Cos. has never been involved in Cadre in any capacity
Business Insider first reported the existence of $250 million credit line in June, but didn’t mention its source.

Apr 05 13:51

Scott Adams: How a Hypnotist Sees a Verbal Slip

When I learned to be a hypnotist, my instructor taught the class that some types of verbal slips are actually a message of honesty from the subconscious. Rice’s odd wording leaves open the possibility that she leaked SOMETHING to someone. To a hypnotist, Rice’s choice of words would be regarded as an unintentional confession of leaking.

To be perfectly clear, I have no science to back this point. And I assume some hypnotists would see it differently. But I have been tracking this sort of verbal slip for decades, and I find it surprisingly predictive.

Apr 05 13:21

Nikola Tesla: The Genius Of Modern Electricity

Can you imagine if we were still walking around at night using candles to light our way, or heating our homes only by fire? Sure, it’s romantic and nostalgic to do that once in a while, but at the end of the day, society would look extremely different without the use of electricity.

Apr 05 13:02

Trump: Syria's Assad ‘crossed a lot of lines’ with gas attack

PATHETIC! Trump is a total phony. He is breaking Obama's records for lies!
WW3 here we come.

President Trump is signaling a more aggressive approach toward Syria, saying on Wednesday reports of a deadly gas attack by forces loyal to Bashar Assad had “crossed a lot of lines” and moved him to rethink his strategy.

At a joint press conference on Wednesday at the White House with Jordan’s King Abdullah II, Trump indicated that the Syrian leader had gone too far with an attack this week that killed dozens of his own people and injured scores more, including women and children.

“It crossed a lot of lines for me,” Trump said. “When you kill innocent children, innocent babies, little babies with a chemical gas that is so lethal that people were shocked to hear what gas it was, that crosses many lines beyond the red line. Many, many lines.”

Apr 05 10:26

Maori Party claims GE-free victory in RMA reforms

The Government will not be able to strike out GE-free areas set up by councils under an agreement between National and the Maori Party.

Under Resource Management Act reforms being debated in Parliament this week, the minister will be given powers to override councils' plans and decision-making.

As a condition of its support, the Maori Party demanded a "carve-out" for genetic modification which would allow regional authorities to declare their areas GE-free.

The provision is limited to GE crops. The minister will be able to step in if councils try to ban GE animal trials, which can be used for innovative medicines.

There was disagreement in Parliament about whether the definition of crops in the legislation included grass and forestry - the two areas in which New Zealand scientists are considering genetic modification.

Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox said the provision had deliberately been drafted so that it covered pastures and trees.

Apr 05 10:09

VACCINATION VISUALS

This article includes many videos. I have tried to select ones of limited lengths (ranging from 30 seconds to 15 minutes) to keep busy readers from getting tied down. And YouTube videos, of course, can be speeded up by clicking “settings” and “speed.” However, the post is still not a quickie read and will more likely serve as a reference.

We in alternative media don’t have the billion-dollar marketing resources that Big Pharma does. I want to thank all the creators of memes, charts, banners, cartoons and videos utilized in this post. I especially credit Whale, VAXXED TV, Hear This Well, and My Incredible Opinion. I encourage you to visit their websites and YouTube channels for further information, and especially to watch the movie Vaxxed.

Apr 05 10:08

Donald Trump’s Pick to Oversee Big Pharma Is Addicted to Opioid-Industry Cash

NEWLY-RELEASED FINANCIAL disclosure documents show that Dr. Scott Gottlieb, President Trump’s nominee to the lead the Food and Drug Administration, has received significant payments from the opioid industry — while attacking attempts to deter the explosion of opioid pill mills.

Apr 05 08:58

Consuming silicon-rich water or foods can purge your body of up to 70% of the of aluminum in your bloodstream

His data showed that drinking silicon-rich water (with 35 milligrams of silicon per liter) over a period of 12 weeks significantly improved cognitive functions in people with Alzheimer’s without any known or visible side effects. During the clinical trials, involving both healthy individuals and people with Alzheimer disease, Exley and his team found that drinking around one liter of silicon-rich mineral water every day can speed up the excretion of aluminum via the kidneys and urine by up to 70 percent.

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Good silicon-rich mineral water brands include ACILIS (also sold under the name Spritzer), Volvic, and Fiji.

Apr 05 08:50

Probiotics found to reverse depression without the violent side effects of SSRI antidepressants

Lactobacilli, beneficial bacteria commonly found in probiotics, proves to be a potential treatment for depression. Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine examined the effects of stress in mice and noted a significant loss of Lactobacillus in the process. The scientists found that the loss in Lactobacillus results in the subsequent manifestation of symptoms associated with depression. However, feeding mice with food containing Lactobacillus reuteri helped the animals return to almost normal.

Apr 05 08:45

Dogs can PERFECTLY detect cancer by sniffing bandages … works better than lab equipment

Impressive results from a diagnostic trial found that a pair of specially trained German Shepherds could detect breast cancer with 100 percent accuracy.

Apr 05 07:30

NASA's Cassini probe set to embark on final chapter of its 20-year journey

NASA`s Cassini spacecraft, which was launched in 1997 and arrived at Saturn in 2004, is set to begin final chapter of its amazing journey this month.

On April 26, the spacecraft will make the first in a series of dives through the 2,400-kilometre gap between Saturn and its rings as part of the mission`s grand finale, NASA said.

Apr 05 06:16

Spectacular night view of brightly glowing auroras from space station – Must see pic

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have been enthralling earthlings with their mesmerising space photos taken from over 200 miles above the Earth.
The latest picture that has captured the attention of mankind, especially netizens, came from none other than Expedition 50 Flight Engineer Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency (ESA).

Apr 04 21:14

Navy instructor pilots refusing to fly over safety concerns; Pence's son affected

EXCLUSIVE: More than 100 U.S. Navy instructor pilots are refusing to fly in protest of what they say is the refusal of top brass to adequately address an urgent problem with training jets’ oxygen system, multiple instructor pilots tell Fox News.

The boycott started late last week and has effectively grounded hundreds of training flights.

“The pilots don’t feel safe flying this aircraft,” one instructor pilot told Fox News.

Fox News interviewed multiple Navy flight instructors who say incidents of oxygen poisoning in the 30-year old T-45 Goshawk have “skyrocketed.”

“Histotoxic hypoxia” is the medical term associated with the disorientating disorder which can put pilots’ lives at risk, as well as those of civilians on the ground below. Two instructor pilots say the training jets are now averaging three incidents a week, as the Navy struggles to get to the bottom of the contamination.

Apr 04 15:29

Cyborgs At Work: Employees Getting Implanted With Microchips

The syringe slides in between the thumb and index finger. Then, with a click, a microchip is injected in the employee’s hand. Another “cyborg” is created.

Apr 04 13:36

Russia, Iran bear 'moral responsibility' for Syria chemical attack – US State Dept.

Still think Trump's the man!? This is pathetic.

Condemning the chemical weapons attack in Idlib province, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson accused the Syrian government of “barbarism” and said Russia and Iran also bear moral responsibility for the deaths.

In a statement of Tuesday afternoon, Tillerson pointed the finger at Damascus, saying that “it is clear that this is how Bashar Assad operates: with brutal, unabashed barbarism.”

Apr 04 10:21

What Are ‘Coffee Naps’ And Can They Help You Power Through The Day?

Caffeine and napping have something in common. Both make you feel alert and can enhance your performance, whether that’s driving, working or studying. But some people are convinced that drinking a coffee before a nap gives you an extra zap of energy when you wake up...

Apr 04 09:42

Victory! Judge Orders Removal of Gas Pipeline from Native American Property

Seventeen years after the expiration of an easement, a federal judge has ordered an energy company to completely remove its pipeline from the properties of 38 Native American landowners — none of whom have been compensated for the company’s use of their land since the year 2000.

Apr 04 08:28

Compound in hot peppers found to halt growth of breast cancer cells

Capsaicin, an active ingredient that gives chilies and peppers their pungent taste, was shown to inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells, a study found.

Apr 04 08:26

Massive academic cover-up concealing a near-total collapse of ocean food chains … mass death to humans will follow

In the past year and a half, scientists recorded a collapse of several dozen food chains within the Pacific Ocean. Authoritative figures in Vancouver, however, estimated that number may be closer to the hundreds or thousands then the reported dozens.

“It’s not just Pacific salmon that are dying[;] in the North Pacific all forms of ocean life are being reported dead and dying in stunning numbers. Hundreds of dead whales, the largest numbers ever seen, more being found dead on beaches in a single year than in previous tens of years, all reported to having been found in emaciated condition,” explained Russ George, a salmon savior with over 40 years of hands-on experience in restoring trees and oceans, on his website.

Apr 04 08:21

Looking back at five incredible Cassini revelations during its final mission – the ring-grazing orbits!

NASA's Cassini mission is currently on its last leg and is inching toward its graceful finish in 2017. At present, the spacecraft is performing flybys of the planet Saturn, making its closest approaches to the rings.
The mission, which is about to end some time this year, has definitely been a fruitful one, owing to all the wonderfully insightful information scientists have managed to glean from it.

Apr 04 08:14

11 Weeks in Prison, 20 Years to Go for Peaceful Amish Father of 12 — Sam Girod Update…

Sam Girod is a peaceful Amish farmer from Kentucky who made and sold homemade salves, the type that anyone could make in their kitchen. These salves have never hurt anyone (did I mention, NO ONE?), and his “crime”? Rape? Murder? Drug dealing? Nope, not even close. His crime was mislabeling his homemade “product”, according to the FDA. So he changed the label. They said it wasn't good enough. He changed it again. Years later they came after him again. Then he missed a court hearing that he didn't even realize he was supposed to attend. It went from bad to worse from there…

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"How DARE you compete with major corporations by making your own products!!!!!"

Apr 04 08:07

Drug driving WARNING - Beware of the common medication which could land you in JAIL

“There is a concerning lack of awareness about the impact that medicines such as anti-histamines can have – a survey run by Brake and Direct Line in 2014 found that three in 10 drivers were unaware that some hay fever and allergy medications can impair driving.

“Drugs such as antihistamines can cause drowsiness, reduce reaction times and have a negative effect on coordination.

“We would encourage all drivers to check with their doctor or pharmacist before driving on any medication, and not to get behind the wheel if there is a chance it could impair their driving.”

Certain anti-histamine medications are more likely to make you drowsy, which in turn can impair your vision or make you dizzy.

According to NHS.co.uk chlorphenamine and diphenhydramine are the tablets which are more likely to cause drowsiness.

Apr 04 07:57

Exposure to BPA Substitute, BPS, Multiplies Breast Cancer Cells

Bisphenol S (BPS), a substitute for the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in the plastic industry, shows the potential for increasing the aggressiveness of breast cancer through its behavior as an endocrine-disrupting chemical, a new study finds. The results, which tested BPS in human breast cancer cells, will be presented Saturday at ENDO 2017, the Endocrine Society's 99th annual meeting in Orlando, Fla.

BPS is found in polycarbonate hard plastics, currency bills and thermal paper receipts as well as many products touted to be free of BPA, a known endocrine-disrupting chemical suspected of having multiple possible health risks.

"Despite hopes for a safer alternative to BPA, studies have shown BPS to exhibit similar estrogen-mimicking behavior to BPA," said the study's principal investigator, Sumi Dinda, Ph.D., associate professor at Oakland University School of Health Sciences, Rochester, Mich.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

To the women who read this site, and the men who love them, please avoid these products like the plague, and ladies, immediately ask your doctor for the genetic test for the BRCA1 gene.

When it comes to health, knowledge is power.

Apr 04 07:44

Graphene sieve turns seawater into drinking water

Graphene-oxide membranes have attracted considerable attention as promising candidates for new filtration technologies. Now the much sought-after development of making membranes capable of sieving common salts has been achieved.

New research demonstrates the real-world potential of providing clean drinking water for millions of people who struggle to access adequate clean water sources.

The new findings from a group of scientists at The University of Manchester were published today in the journal Nature Nanotechnology. Previously graphene-oxide membranes have shown exciting potential for gas separation and water filtration.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Great! Now Israel doesn't need to invade Lebanon for that Litani River water!

They will anyway, because that's what Israel does.

But they don't need to!

Apr 04 07:41

NASA unveils lunar dreams, plans to establish spaceport orbiting the Moon!

The US space agency NASA is rightfully considered a pioneer in the world of space. Their numerous achievements owing to the groundbreaking discoveries and innovations they revealed to the world are extremely laudable.
NASA created history in 1969, after sending the first manned mission – Apollo 11 – to the moon, which became a turning point in space research.

Apr 04 07:22

Syrian people do not want Assad as leader: U.S. envoy to U.N

Tillerson says one thing this person says another. Which is it Trump!

The United States does not believe that the Syrian people want President Bashar al-Assad as their leader any longer, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Monday.

Haley was asked about U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's remarks in the Turkish capital Ankara on Thursday, in which he said that Assad's status would be decided by the Syrian people.

She said it does not mean the United States will accept Assad participating in future elections.

"We have no love for Assad. We've made that very clear. We think that he has been a hindrance to peace for a long time. He's a war criminal. What he's done to his people is nothing more than disgusting," she said.

Apr 04 07:10

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft halfway from Pluto to next flyby target

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has travelled half the distance from Plutoand will continue on its path through the outer regions of the solar system.
According to NASA, the spacecraft is now heading towards its next target, 2014 MU69, which is the Kuiper Belt object (KBO) and the probe will fly past it on January 1, 2019.

Apr 03 21:27

An Extraordinary “Path to Marijuana Reform” by Two Oregon Congressmen

Two Oregon congressional democrats, a senator and a representative, show ground-breaking leadership with their “Path to Marijuana Reform.” Three pieces of excellent legislation showcase the effort by Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Earl Blumenauer. This proposal has excellent cannabis policy goals. It would:

Deschedule Marijuana Completely. No Schedule II, maybe Schedule III, categories that would leave cannabis in the clutches of the DEA. One of the Oregonians’ proposals, the Marijuana Revenue and Regulation Act, would remove cannabis entirely from the Controlled Substance Act, freeing it from most federal control. States would be free to prohibit or legalize with their choices and their votes. As with alcohol and tobacco, marijuana products would be subject to a federal excise tax.

Apr 03 17:24

Robot Workers Replace ‘Blue Collar’ Workers, Not Managers – Study

Blue collar workers are most at risk from robots according to a new study which claimed six jobs are lost for every one robot introduced per 1,000 employees. Managerial roles saw little or no change.

The study published this month by economists Daron Acemoglu and Pascual Restrepo from the National Bureau of Economic Research aims to put facts and figures in place of the myths surrounding the robot workforce, examining if the defense that it creates as many jobs as it destroys was credible.

Apr 03 16:28

Wi-Fi über Alles, Update 2 April 2017

After long New England winter of snowshoes and crampons, daffodils are in bloom!

That's not all that's popping up. Even in the back of the beyond, Wi-Fi has become the must-have du jour.

Locals clamored for access, and wowie-kazam, an 18th century church steeple now sports an oblong WiFi doodad, jutting from the belfry.

Telecom builds without oversight; we buy, buy, buy. A marriage made in heaven, right?

Certainly, free connectivity with the world is thrilling.

Although it’s an interconnectedness dependent on Wi-Fi hotspots and viewing screens, it’s also transformative metaphor set in motion. Even if the grid were to go down.

Minds resonate, catch fire, and roar like Niagara, in contact with one another and energies larger-than-self.

There is much to celebrate as we enter times of solar and galactic energies beyond the norm.

Down here on earth in day-to-day living, is WiFi safe?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would strongly suggest that if there are negative outcomes, the wi-fi industry would do their level best to suppress such information.

Take a look at the following article, written in 2014:

10 shocking facts about the health dangers of wi-fi

Apr 03 15:53

Trump In Outer Space: The NASA Bill

The NASA authorisation bill was another Trump huff and puff show, brimming with the usual air of minted if misplaced confidence. “My fellow Americans, this week in the company of astronauts I was honoured to sign the NASA Transition Authorization Act right into law.”

Apr 03 15:49

PETA is now claiming that milk is a symbol of white supremacy

Infamous animal rights organization PETA has continued their string of absurd claims, this time publishing a video that literally claims that drinking milk could mean you are a racist.

Apr 03 14:31

Woman who discovered she had HIV on GOOGLE: Doctors refused to test law clerk, 28, after she broke out in sores because 'the chances were so slim'... before she got a sinister text from ex saying 'I hope you remember me forever'

A woman infected with HIV was told by doctors her chances of having the incurable disease were 'so slim' because she's Australian.

Abby Landy, a legal assistant from Sydney, developed aggressive cold sores after sleeping with her new partner and asked doctors for an HIV test.

She was told by her female doctor the chances of her coming into contact with or contracting the disease were tiny because of her nationality, and was sent home with antiviral medication instead of having a blood test.

Apr 03 12:59

The Ambiguity Movement Wants Your Mind

By Rosanne Lindsay

A new wave of uniformity is sweeping the globe to merge the separation of the sexes once and for all. Uniformity is the blending and blurring of differences into a fluid sea of ambiguity and nebulousness. The new equality movement is gender blending – to ignore the biological differences that exist between the male and female species. Unfortunately, uniformity does not equal unity...

Apr 03 12:12

News Alert: Simultaneous Terror Attacks in St Petersburg and against Russian Embassy in Damascus?

15:47 (local time)

The National Antiterrorist Committee (NAC) reported on the deaths and injuries of the explosion in the metro of St. Petersburg. “Today around 14:40 Moscow time, an explosion of an unknown explosive device occurred in a train carriage on the runway between the metro stations Technological Institute and Sennaya Ploshchad in St. Petersburg, resulting in deaths and injuries,” the NAC said.

It is worth noting that this attack occurred less than an hour after an attempted terrorist attack against the Russian Embassy in Damascus at 14.00 (contradictory report yet to be confirmed) (Damascus and Moscow are on the same time zone).

According to Fort Russ:

Apr 03 11:07

M 6.5 - 131km W of Moijabana, Botswana

Apr 03 11:06

Several dead in St. Petersburg, Russia, subway explosion

The Russians know who is behind international terrorism.

April 3 (UPI) -- An explosion in Russia on Monday struck between St. Petersburg's Sennaya Ploschad and Tekhnologichesky Institut subway stations, killing at least 9 and injuring several others, emergency officials said.

Russia's National Anti-Terrorism Committee, or NAC, said nine people died and 20 people were injured in the explosion, while a spokesman for St. Petersburg's governor said at least 10 people were killed and 50 people were injured. Russia's Ministry of Health said 11 people died in the attack.

Apr 03 09:37

EMPLOYEES IN EUROPE GETTING IMPLANTED WITH MICROCHIPS

The syringe slides in between the thumb and index finger. Then, with a click, a microchip is injected in the employee’s hand. Another “cyborg” is created.

What could pass for a dystopian vision of the workplace is almost routine at the Swedish startup hub Epicenter. The company offers to implant its workers and startup members with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers, or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand.

The injections have become so popular that workers at Epicenter hold parties for those willing to get implanted.

“The biggest benefit I think is convenience,” said Patrick Mesterton, co-founder and CEO of Epicenter. As a demonstration, he unlocks a door by merely waving near it. “It basically replaces a lot of things you have, other communication devices, whether it be credit cards or keys.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As an entrepreneur, I am very grateful right now that I work for companies as a free-lancer who would never ask me to do this!!

Apr 03 08:28

Have astronomers FINALLY found Planet Nine? Four candidates for the mysterious world are located

A team of astronomers from the Australian National University (ANU) is investigating the four unknown objects, following the launch of their planetary search on BBC's Stargazing Live, presented by Professor Brian Cox, and Dara O'Briain.

They said they will reveal more details about the mysterious objects once they have investigated them

Dr Brad Tucker, lead researcher, said about 60,000 people from around the world had classified over four million objects in space, as part of the citizen search for Planet Nine.

Dr Tucker said: 'We've detected minor planets Chiron and Comacina, which demonstrates the approach we're taking could find Planet Nine if it's there.'

Related:

Discover the ninth planet in our Solar System with the Zooniverse and BBC Stargazing Live
https://www.zooniverse.org/projects/skymap/planet-9

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