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Jun 14 14:03

Mars Now A Bit More Predictable: NASA Orbiters Discover ‘Seasons’ Of Dust Storms

When it comes to putting people on Mars, timing can’t be taken for granted. Now, thanks to nearly two decades of work, NASA’s Red Planet orbiters have determined three distinct annual patterns for dust storms that bring about great weather shifts.

Jun 14 12:49

Ten Refugees Sent To Colorado with Active Tuberculosis Since 2011

Ten of the approximately 8,000 refugees who were resettled in Colorado by the federal government between 2011 and 2015 were diagnosed with active tuberculosis shortly after their arrival, according to the Tuberculosis in Colorado: 2015 report published by the state’s Department of Public Health and Environment.

Jun 14 11:57

Prestigious Cochrane Challenges The European Medicines Agency About HPV Vaccines Harms

The Cochrane Nordic Center’s Director, Peter C Gotzsche, MD, MSc, filed a formal Complaint with the European Medicines Agency (EMA) May 26, 2016 regarding the EMA’s 40-page Assessment Report (Nov. 11, 2015) about the safety of the HPV vaccines, which are “supposed to decrease deaths from cervical cancer.” The Cochrane complaint cited…

Jun 14 11:39

The FBI and NSA Won't Keep Us Safe

06/13/2016Ryan McMaken
The NSA was too busy spying on your family to stop the Orlando gunman. But why aren't night clubs keeping tabs on people who walk in with rifles?

Jun 14 05:08

Vaxxed Movie Spotlights Vaccine Autism Coverup

John Kaminski gives a thorough talk on the deliberate attack by the medical profession on American babies to devastate them and their family's futures with autism caused by the combination measles, mumps and rubella vaccines. He highly recommends the new movie "Vaxxed".

Jun 13 14:43

Stop the Monsanto Doctrine from Poisoning Democracy and Hawaii - Sign the petition

On June 15 a panel of federal judges from the Ninth Circuit Court will meet in Honolulu to hear oral arguments from four important cases that may result in the environmental equivalent of a Citizens United decision.

The appellate court will either uphold or overturn four recent decisions by the lower federal District Court in Hawaii that invalidated the power of county governments to enact laws that protect public health and the environment.

I support the democratic right, and responsibility, of these local governments to protect the people of Hawaii from the impact of hundreds of experimental agrochemical farms across the islands that currently spray huge quantities of hazardous pesticides on genetically modified seed crops.

In cases involving the islands of Kauai and Hawaii a federal judge struck down local government laws that would have required buffer zones to prevent pesticide spraying near schools, and open air genetic engineering experiments that were seen as threatening to local organic agriculture.

Jun 13 12:02

NSA learning how to snoop on pacemakers

The NSA is seeking new ways to satisfy its hunger for raw data by exploiting the so-called internet of things, an emerging network connecting objects such as vehicles, home appliances and biomedical devices.
“We’re looking at it sort of theoretically from a research point of view right now,” the spy agency’s Deputy Director Richard Ledgett told a conference on military technology at Washington’s Newseum on Friday.

The official said biomedical data for the NSA “maybe a niche kind of thing … a tool in the toolbox," according to the Intercept.

“As my job is to penetrate other people’s networks, complexity is my friend,” he said. “The first time you update the software, you introduce vulnerabilities, or variables rather. It’s a good place to be in a penetration point of view.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Such monitoring of pacemakers could also, potentially, lead to hacking attacks on the pacemakers of people the US government deems "politically undesirable" creating heart attacks in its victims, and making it appear that it was simply a case of "device malfunction."

"Subtle assassinations"; a wave of the future for US intelligence agencies?!? I frankly wouldn't bet against it.

There are numerous security flaws in many such devices, but right now, software forensic analysis can only determined if a device has been altered after it is far too late to save the person whose device was hacked.

Jun 13 11:51

NJ Bill Would Add PTSD To Med Marijuana Program, Christie Fears Legalization

As the fight for an end to the ridiculous drug war continues, legislation has been advanced by a New Jersey assembly committee that would allow those suffering with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to participate in the state’s medical marijuana program. Essentially, the bill would add PTSD to the list of illnesses that…

Jun 13 10:51

What Media Hid in De Niro Autism Film Affair

Dr. Andrew Wakefield, a former British gastro-enterologist and vaccine researcher has been fully exonerated of the charges that he, together with a world renowned pediatric gastroenterologist, Prof. John Walker-Smith, conducted fraudulent tests with children that raised the possibility of a link between the popular MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine and onset of autism and other severe symptoms. Most remarkable is the fact that despite his de facto exoneration in a British Court more than four years ago, in 2012, mainstream media in the UK and the USA have chosen to deliberately ignore the fact. They did so to hide the explosive content of Wakefield’s film, Vaxxed.

Jun 13 10:30

Radioactive Ranchers? Elements Found Downwind of Intensive Fracking

The companies were drilling lateral wells, which turn 90 degrees and travel for kilometres underground, extending under people's barns and homes. (Tight oil costs more to extract and produces lower quantities of oil.)

As industry fracked these deep, far-reaching wells with millions of gallons of water, toxic chemicals, and sand under high pressure and then burned off unwanted raw gas, the Hawkwoods and many of their neighbours began complaining about noxious emissions and earth tremors.

Some officials with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) initially responded to general complaints in the region by saying fracking was proven and safe and that it couldn't cause earthquakes -- claims now proven false by a variety of scientific studies.

Jun 13 08:36

Invisible Microparticles in Food can Deliver Vaccines, Drugs

By Jon Rappoport

Before getting to the details, the overview is this: a technology exists to embed tiny invisible particles in food products, and these particles can deliver nutrients and drugs and vaccines. Apparently, the technology has existed for at least 10 years. Yet, as Baker states, when have you seen a food label that mentions such particles?

Are we to assume the technology hasn’t yet been applied? Is it operating at a stealth level? I’ll try to answer these questions in a minute. But first...

Jun 13 07:11

“Winning! Majority of adults now reject government’s pro-vaccine narrative”

As consciousness and awareness rises, we are now seeing the outer signs of it, particularly regarding GMOs and vaccines. “Sorry, DCs*… propaganda ain’t working no more!”

“A CDC report entitled “Surveillance of Vaccination Coverage Among Adult Populations – United States, 2014” breaks down the percentages of people getting immunizations, and they note that the numbers have not been improving in recent years. The report states: “Despite longstanding recommendations for use of many vaccines, vaccination coverage among U.S. adults is low.”

Jun 12 19:45

Statins 'may be a waste of time for the over-60s': Row over controversial report that says there is no link between 'bad cholesterol' and heart disease

For decades doctors have prescribed statins to reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes caused by ‘bad’ cholesterol in the blood.

But now a team of scientists say taking the pills may be a waste of time for the over-60s – because they found no link between high levels of LDL cholesterol and heart disease.

In fact, this ‘bad’ cholesterol may even have a protective effect by warding off infections and disease, including cancer.

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Jun 12 09:07

Animals Now Listed As “Sentient Beings” Rather Than Property In Quebec

By Amanda Froelich

The Canadian province of Quebec used to be regarded as a haven for puppy mills, but that has since changed. In a bill tabled in Quebec in 2015, animals are now considered “sentient beings” rather than property. The legislation states: "Animals are not things. They are sentient beings and have biological needs." ...

Those who abuse animals and their needs may be fined unto $250,000. And, up to 18 months in prison is a possibility for repeat offenders...

Jun 12 08:45

How a liberal bias is killing science

Oh boy. Remember when a study came out that said that conservative political beliefs are associated with psychotic traits, such as authoritarianism and tough-mindedness? While liberalism is associated with "social desirability?"

The American Journal of Political Science recently had to print a somewhat embarrassing correction, as the invaluable website Retraction Watch pointed out: It turns out somebody made an Excel error. And the study's results aren't a little off. They aren't a lot off. They are exactly backwards.

Jun 12 08:27

An Ivy League professor explains how a 1980s game theory experiment suggests how morality could have evolved

And it all goes back to game theory.

Back in the 1980s, Robert Axelrod, a political scientist, organized a tournament where a bunch of computer programs played a repeated prisoner's dilemma against each other.

For those unfamiliar, the prisoner's dilemma is a game in which two "rational" people might choose not to cooperate with each other, even though it would be in their best interest to do so. The basic premise is that there are two criminal accomplices being held in separate cells and interrogated. Both prisoners have the option to cooperate and keep their mouths shut or to defect and say the other guy did the crime.

Jun 11 15:57

Studies find 'super bacteria' in Rio's Olympic venues, top beaches

Scientists have found dangerous drug-resistant "super bacteria" off beaches in Rio de Janeiro that will host Olympic swimming events and in a lagoon where rowing and canoe athletes will compete when the Games start on Aug. 5. The findings from two unpublished academic studies seen by Reuters concern Rio's most popular spots for tourists and greatly increase the areas known to be infected by the microbes normally found only in hospitals.

Jun 11 14:08

Scott Adams: Clinton Has Already Made the Decision that Trump is the President.

Now you actually see the Clinton campaign asking us, as an anti-Trump campaign, they say, "Imagine President Trump doing this. Imagine President Trump in the situation room." I think her tweet today was, "Blah, blah blah, Donald Trump isn't president" and then it said in parenthesis "yet." This is actually a Clinton tweet.

Jun 11 12:10

Unsealed Docs Show Big Pharma Colluded With “Pain Clinics” — Causing an Opioid Epidemic

By Justin Gardner

Over the past year we have heard much about the opioid epidemic gripping the U.S., as Big Pharma rakes in billions from people getting hooked on prescription painkillers such as OxyContin and Vicodin.

Nowhere is the problem more pervasive than in West Virginia, which has the highest drug overdose rate in the nation and one of the highest prescription rates of opioids. A disproportionate number of manual labor jobs like coal mining, combined with a high rate of unemployment, has made the state ripe for the picking by Big Pharma.

Newly unsealed court documents reveal the extent to which prescription drug wholesalers have knowingly contributed to the opioid addiction problem, by colluding with sham “pain clinics” to push their products on the small towns of West Virginia...

Jun 11 11:44

Welcome To Hell: Alberta Passes Carbon Tax, Who's Next?

A carbon tax is gaining momentum in Congress while the GOP tries to block it...

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Jun 11 10:50

Doctors Open Real Life “Farmacies” — Treat Patients With Organic Vegetables Instead of Pills

By Claire Bernish

At the Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center in Houston, Texas, patients are often prescribed fresh, organic fruits and vegetables from the facility’s ‘Farmacy’ in lieu of pharmaceuticals.

Dr. Garth Davis, medical director of bariatric surgery at Memorial Hermann, said patients have responded positively to the health and prevention-focused switch.

“As physicians, we perform surgery or prescribe medications to our patients to make them well,” Davis explained. “Why not also educate them on healthy eating, and make fresh fruits and vegetables readily available?”...

Jun 11 10:29

Yoga and Meditation Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease in Just 3 Months

By Christina Sarich

Learning how to embrace mental silence or do a few Downward Facing Dog poses just might keep your brain from becoming a human piñata as you age. A recent study suggests that the cognitive disarray that can result from aging — the loss of your mental goodies, you could say — can easily be prevented with just three months’ practice of yoga and meditation.

Researchers from the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA), including senior author Dr. Helen Lavretsky, of the Department of Psychiatry just published their findings in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease...

Jun 11 10:10

This Might Be Funny....by Charlie Reese

By Charlie Reese: A former columnist of the Orlando Sentinel.

This might be funny if it weren’t so true. Be sure to read all the way to the end:

Tax his land,
Tax his bed,
Tax the table,
At which he’s fed.........

Jun 11 08:38

Yale Scientists Are Developing A Machine That Extracts Images From Your Mind

Scientist’s are Developing a Mind-Reading Machine that Can Read and Translate Your Thoughts Into Text, Including Images A device that might make our internal monologues a thing of the past was just announced as being under development right here in the United States. This eavesdropping machine can actually hear the little...

Jun 11 08:36

No, “Science” Has Not Confirmed That GMOs Are Safe To Eat

A biotechnologist says the media are misrepresenting the National Academy of Sciences report when it comes to GMO food safety This week the Spanish newspaper El País published an article called “Science confirms that GMOs are as safe as other foods”, commenting on the latest report by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), titled “Genetically…

Jun 11 08:09

KING: Hillary Clinton now paying trolls to attack people online

As head of the Correct The Record Super PAC for Hillary Clinton, David Brock has launched something called Barrier Breakers — an online mob of paid trolls designed to attack any and every person who says one cross word about Hillary Clinton on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, or elsewhere.

Jun 11 07:55

Solar Impulse performs a spectacular fly-by past the Statue of Liberty as it finishes crossing America on groundbreaking trip round the world

A solar-powered airplane finished crossing the United States on Saturday, landing in New York City after flying over the Statue of Liberty during its historic bid to circle the globe.

The spindly, single-seat experimental aircraft, dubbed Solar Impulse 2, arrived at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport at about 4 a.m. local time after it took off about five hours beforehand at Lehigh Valley International Airport in Pennsylvania.

'Such a pleasure to land in #NYC! For the 14th time we celebrate sustainability,' said the project's co-founder Andre Borschberg on Twitter after flying over the city and the Statue of Liberty during the 14th leg of the trip around the globe.

Jun 11 07:48

Health Insurance Price Hike, 59.4%? - Obamacare

Jun 10 18:09

Spaceship ‘Could Survive’ Journey Through Black Hole to Another Universe

Numerous science fiction books and films have tabled various scenarios as to what an interaction with a black hole might produce. The results have ranged from epiphany, to time travel, to ultimate peril. From Disney’s 1979 classic, Black Hole, to the 1997 sci-fi noir film Event Horizon, and later with the 2014 blockbuster hit Interstellar, which imagined what it would be like for a spaceship traveling through a wormhole – it remains anyone’s guess what could happen in this epic confrontation between relativity and the singularity.

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The main problem when approaching the event horizon of a Black Hole is the gravity gradient, otherwise known as tidal forces. Just as the gravity of the Moon piles up water on both sides of the Earth, the portion of your starship closer to the event horizon would be attracted far more strongly than the rear portion. Under the intense gravity differential, no known material could withstand the strain; certainly not the carbon-based life forms inside the ship. It would tear apart and you would be lucky to get bits and pieces of the tools flying back out. Hence, all that would remain of your trillion-dollar space mission would be one (wait for it) star mangled spanner! :)

Jun 10 15:11

Countries With Most Vaccinations Have Highest Infant Mortality Rates

Countries that require the most vaccinations for children
under the age of one year also have the highest infant mortality rates,
according to a new study conducted by Think Twice Global Vaccine
Institute.

The study, published in the journal Human & Experimental Toxicology, raises the important question – are some infant deaths associated with over-vaccination?

Jun 10 15:01

The Milgram Experiment

65% (two-thirds) of participants (i.e. teachers) continued to the highest level of 450 volts. All the participants continued to 300 volts.

Milgram did more than one experiment – he carried out 18 variations of his study. All he did was alter the situation (IV) to see how this affected obedience (DV).

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Posted at reader request.

Jun 10 13:35

Largest Rocket Launch now set for Saturday

America's largest rocket is set to launch a classified satellite into Earth's orbit on Saturday afternoon after stormy weather forced the postponement of Thursday's launch.

The massive Delta IV Heavy rocket will be used to send a large satellite into Earth's orbit for the National Reconnaissance Office; however, the exact details of the satellite and its mission have not been released to the public.

The launch was originally scheduled for Thursday afternoon, but rain, clouds and lightning near the launch pad made the launch unsafe, so the launch was moved to 1:51 p.m. EDT Saturday.

As of Thursday morning, the Air Force's 45th Weather Squadron was predicting that the weather conditions would improve for Saturday, but there is still a 40 percent chance that the weather could interfere with the launch.

The primary weather concerns on Saturday will continue to be rain and thunderstorms, although the thunderstorms are not expected to be as widespread as they will be on Thursday.

Jun 10 13:18

Aerospace Firm Successfully Tests Solar-powered Aircraft

The prototype aircraft allows for a pilot to control it, but eventually Luminati, which is based in Calverton, will build unmanned drones that can fly at 60,000 feet or more. Luminati hopes to start manufacturing by the end of the year.

Jun 10 12:10

‘The law has been broken routinely’: Sci

Water departments in at least 33 cities across 17 states were found to have “cheated” for over a decade on tests to conceal dangerous levels of lead in their water supplies. The scientist who discovered the Flint water contamination joined RT to discuss.

“We have a 25-year-old law that protects people from lead in the drinking water, and unfortunately that law has been broken routinely around the country,” Virginia Tech University Professor Marc Edwards told RT.

“For the last 10 years, people were doing sampling in water that made lead look low when they were reporting it to the EPA, but it was high when children were drinking it. And the EPA effectively condoned this ‘cheating’ as I call it until at least the Flint story became an international embarrassment,” stated Edwards.

Jun 10 11:22

Dozens report fireball plunging in sky above St. Louis area, Midwest

Dozens of people reported seeing what they thought was a meteor fall above the St. Louis area about 11:40 a.m. Monday.

Reports on social media surfaced about the sight, described by some as as a flash that fell from the sky and disappeared a couple hundred feet above the horizon.

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We seem to be seeing a lot more of these large meteorite falls these days!

Jun 10 11:16

Syrian Army just 20 kilometers from Tabqa Airbase – Raqqa map update

US backed forces are retreating.Syrian forces with a wall of Russian airpower are advancing towards Raqqa.

Earlier today, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) captured the Sfaiyeh crossroad after clashing with ISIS in western Raqqa province; the Sfaiyeh intersection leads directly north to Tabqa Airbase. The advance was spearheaded by the Desert Hawks Brigade and Syrian Marines, who were assisted by the SAA’s 555th Regiment of the 4th Mechanized Division.

The SAA also seized the adjacent Sfaiyeh oil field and its electrical station.

Jun 10 10:39

It’s Taking Way Too Long For The FDA To Recall Tainted Food

The Food and Drug Administration is too slow to order companies to recall tainted foods, leaving people at risk of illness and death, a government watchdog said in a review of the agency’s food safety program.

The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General reviewed 30 recalls that occurred between 2012 and 2015, including two in which companies did not recall all affected items until 165 days and 81 days after the FDA became aware of tainted foods. The watchdog issued its report on Wednesday.

“FDA does not have adequate policies and procedures to ensure that firms take prompt and effective action in initiating voluntary food recalls,” the report said. “As a result, consumers remained at risk of illness or death for several weeks after FDA was aware of a potentially hazardous food in the supply chain.”

The watchdog urged the FDA to address the problem immediately.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because of their benign neglect of the US food chain, the FDA should be collectively sued out of existence.

The Federal Government can, and should do better by the American people, and there should be some very intense "bite" if Federal employees do not do their job, and make our food chain safe.

Jun 10 09:02

Mass. Senate Passes 10-Year Fracking Moratorium

The Massachusetts Senate approved a bill yesterday to place a ten-year moratorium on fracking and the disposal of fracking wastewater in the Commonwealth.

“Across the country, fracking is polluting drinking water and making families sick,” said Ben Hellerstein, State Director for Environment Massachusetts. “We applaud Senate leaders for taking steps to ensure this dirty drilling and its toxic waste never come to Massachusetts.”

Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, is a method of drilling that involves injecting millions of gallons of water, often laced with toxic chemicals, deep underground to fracture rock formations and release oil and gas...

Jun 10 08:25

Landmark Study Shows Antidepressants No More Effective than Placebo, Some Cause Suicide

By Claire Bernish

Antidepressants commonly prescribed for children and adolescents are no more effective than a placebo for treating major depression — and in some cases, can be downright harmful, according to a landmark new study.

Published in the Lancet, the research denotes the “first comprehensive comparison of commonly prescribed antidepressant drugs so far.” Medical researchers analyzed 34 pharmaceutical trials involving 5,260 participants ranging in average age from 9 to 18 years...

Jun 10 08:03

Cannabis Saved This Man From One of the Worst Man-Made Disasters in US History

By Carey Wedler

Cannabis is increasingly known to treat a variety of ailments, but a new, unexpected use for the plant recently has emerged amid one of the worst man-made disasters in American history. Thousands of residents were sickened and evacuated when a decrepit methane storage well at SoCalGas’ northern Los Angeles Aliso Canyon facility ruptured, initiating a months-long blowout that unleashed 100,000 metric tons of methane into the atmosphere from October to February — though it’s possible an even higher volume was released.

Jun 09 17:48

Early Signs Of Human Fertility Collapse Caused By Pollution

The perpetuity of the male gender is increasingly threatened by a constant onslaught of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs). These include things like bisphenol A (BPA) and bisphenol S (BPS) in plastics, glyphosate in Roundup herbicide, soy products in the food supply and arsenic in drinking water, to name just a few. And new research out of Scotland has now linked industrial pollution to the continued decline of masculinity in many parts of the world.

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Jun 09 13:46

92,000 Coloradoans to Lose Health Insurance as More Companies Quit, Hike Rates Because of Obamacare

This is all happening by design, a problem-reaction-solution to force the country onto a single-payer federal socialized health care system.

Jun 09 09:52

Nuns Defy Marijuana Cultivation Ban in Californian Town and Grow the Plant to Heal the Sick

By Amando Flavio

Two self-proclaimed nuns from the city of Merced in the state of California, have defied a ban on cultivation of marijuana in the city, growing the plant for medical purpose.

Generally, medical marijuana is legal in California in pursuant to Proposition 215 in 1996 and Senate Bill 420. However, in July 2015, state governor Jerry Brown signed the Medical Cannabis Organ Transplant Act into law, targeting illegal marijuana growers.

The state also gave municipalities the power to create their own medical marijuana laws. This has allowed the city of Merced to make growing and selling of medical marijuana illegal. Although city officials claim the ban is temporal, two women living in the Central Valley of the city have hit local news headlines for defying the law...

Jun 09 09:08

Tens of Thousands Demand DNC Add National Fracking Ban to Party Platform

"The Democratic Party has been complicit in the U.S. fracking boom. Any serious plan to combat climate change must include a ban on fracking."

Jun 09 09:06

Daily Ginger Reduces Risk of Both Hypertension and Heart Disease

By Dave Mihalovic

The medicinal components of ginger work primarily in the stomach and intestines. As an established folk remedy to treat motion sickness, nausea and osteoarthritis, daily consumption of ginger also does wonders for reducing the risk of high blood pressure and coronary heart disease.

Ginger is known to beat drugs in defeating cancer and many inflammatory processes. The University of Maryland Medical Center cites several preliminary studies that suggest ginger may also lower cholesterol and prevent blood from clotting. Stopping your blood from clotting can help people with heart disease, where blood vessels become clogged and lead to heart attack or stroke.

Now, data published in Nutrition indicated that daily ginger consumption was associated with an 8% lower risk of developing hypertension and a 13% lower risk of coronary heart disease in adults...

Jun 09 08:48

Tech Companies Need To Stop Bankrolling Hate

It’s common for major corporations to sponsor political conventions to buy favor with political parties. But what about when the convention nominates a presidential candidate who’s an out-and-out racist?

That’s a deal breaker, right?

Jun 09 08:36

Family of autism specialist Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet says forensic evidence points to murder, impossible for bullet entry to be self-inflicted

Nearly one year has passed since Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet, a renowned physician known for his skepticism of immunizations (particularly the MMR vaccine) and his progressive autism research was found dead, floating in a North Carolina river with a single gunshot wound.

Leading up to his death, Bradstreet was working with a highly controversial molecule that occurs naturally within the human body and is believed to be capable of treating and reversing autism.

Researchers claim that GcMAF (Globulin component Macrophage Activating Factor), which becomes the GC protein after combining with vitamin D in the body, is effective for treating HIV, diabetes and diseases of the liver and kidneys. More importantly, GcMAF experts predict that the natural molecule has the potential to be a universal cure for cancer.

Jun 09 08:23

Solight Design - This is the link to find the solar powered lights described on today's radio show

Solight Design ™ makes beautifully-architected and sustainable home lighting products that appeal to the design and environmentally conscious consumer while providing lights to those in need.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Last weekend, when Claire and I were staying on Kauai, the friend we stayed with showed us one of these lights. Our friend does a lot of charity work in Nepal, and is taking 50 of these units to a small village north of Kathmandu next month, to homes which do not have electricity and light their homes at night with kerosene lanterns. Although "romantic", kerosene lamps do produce carbon monoxide which is toxic, and can accumulate in closed spaces with poor ventilation.

The light is a very clever and portable design and good for campers, survivalists, and so forth. The impressive part is they produce a bright light and produce an hour of light for every hour of sunshine received during the day, far exceeding those solar powered lights people buy to illuminate their walkways in front of their homes.

Today's radio guest is the designer/inventor of these products.

Jun 09 07:20

Goldman Crushes Democrat's Dreams: Shows Obamacare Has Cost "A Few Hundred Thousand Jobs"

We suspect Lloyd Blankfein will be receiving a call from The White House (or Treasury) very soon as Goldman Sachs' economists did the unthinkable in the age of political correctness - while investigating the state of under-employment in America, the smartest people in the room found that ObamaCare has led to a rise in involuntary part-time employment, estimating that "a few hundred thousand workers" have been forced to cut hours and has "created disincentives for full-time employment."

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Jun 09 06:35

Early Signs Of Human Fertility Collapse Caused By Pollution

The perpetuity of the male gender is increasingly threatened by a constant onslaught of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs). These include things like bisphenol A (BPA) and bisphenol S (BPS) in plastics, glyphosate in Roundup herbicide, soy products in the food supply and arsenic in drinking water, to name just a few. And new research out of Scotland has now linked industrial pollution to the continued decline of masculinity in many parts of the world.

Jun 09 06:11

Jeff Bezos thinks we need to build industrial zones in space in order to save Earth

"Energy is limited here. In at least a few hundred years ... all of our heavy industry will be moved off-planet," Bezos added. "Earth will be zoned residential and light industrial. You shouldn't be doing heavy energy on earth. We can build gigantic chip factories in space."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Society needs more things than chips!

Jun 08 22:29

Video: Russian Fighter Jets Overnight Strike on Nusra Positions in Northern Aleppo

The Russians are launching massive strikes across Syria tonight. Even using Tochka ballistic missiles fired from the Russian airbase.

The Russian fighter jets have bombed heavily the Nusra terrorist groups' concentration centers in the Northern parts of Aleppo, destroying terrorists' gatherings and ammunition depots.

Jun 08 22:24

Houthi forces seize 58 kilos of hashish bound for Saudi Arabia

The Houthis are gettin the Saudis were it really hurts. They ripped off their hash! Must be some really good $h!t cause the Saudis hit em back with airstrikes!

The Houthi forces caught a group of smugglers in the Saada Governorate on Wednesday and confiscated 58 kilos of their hashish that was bound for Saudi Arabia.

In response to the seizure of these drugs, the Saudi Air Force launched several airstrikes over the provincial capital of the Saada Governorate.

Jun 08 22:19

Russia unleashes massive bombardment on Islamist rebels in western Aleppo

Around midnight, the rebel-held town of Darat Izza (western Aleppo) was struck by two long-range Russian ballistic missiles, fired from positions at Khmeimim Airbase in Latakia.

The missiles were of the type ‘OTR-21 Tochka’, a fierce long-range artillery weapon first developed during the 1980’s Soviet era.

Locals in Idlib were in awe at the sight and photograped one of the missiles mid-air:

Jun 08 17:58

NASA Uses Balloons To Map Earth’s Magnetic Field

It’s been two years since NASA released miniature membranous balloons above Antarctica in order to learn more about the invisible magnetic field that shields the Earth from radiation. The data balloons, however, have surprised even NASA.

Jun 08 16:02

American Wasteland: The Most Urgent Challenge For America Is Its Poorly Hidden Mental Health Crisis

The relentless tragedy of narcotic addiction, especially of opiates, across America has overwhelmed already depleted public resources, leaving a trail of devastated communities, families and lives – threatening a new lost generation.

Jun 08 15:35

The Genome Project–Write

Although sequencing, analyzing, and editing DNA continue to advance at breakneck pace, the capability to construct DNA sequences in cells is mostly limited to a small number of short segments, restricting the ability to manipulate and understand biological systems. Further understanding of genetic blueprints could come from construction of large, gigabase (Gb)–sized animal and plant genomes, including the human genome, which would in turn drive development of tools and methods to facilitate large-scale synthesis and editing of genomes. To this end, we propose the Human Genome Project–Write (HGP-write)...

Jun 08 14:52

FLASHBACK - The Ringworm Scandal: When Israeli Doctors Killed Tens of Thousands of Arab Children

But unlike here, Israel allowed one senior health official, Dr. Chaim Sheba, to conduct a massive program of unnecessary medical treatments, at enormous expense, which actually killed many of the victims. At that time, many children developed ringworm, a non-lethal condition of fungal origin which affected the scalp. Unlike in other countries, 100,000 Jewish (and Palestinian) Arab children were irradiated in order to treat the condition. While medical protocol of the day directed that no technician receive a dose higher than .5 Roentgen, those treated could received a higher dose. A lethal dose was considered 200 Roentgen (R). The children treated received individual doses of 350R. Sometimes they received two doses (for a total of 600R). 6,000 of the victims died within the first year or so after treatment. To this day, many of the remaining victims suffer cancers, epilepsy, infertility and other brain disorders.

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Posted at listener request.

Jun 08 12:46

Vaccinations That Sicken And Worse

It has been nearly two years since a senior CDC scientist assumed whistleblower status claiming he was part of a massive cover-up at the CDC to hide information that childhood vaccines cause autism. I have written to you about this many times–a previous post can be found here.

Jun 08 11:48

Stephen Hawking Knows How To Find Things Lost In Black Holes

If you suspect that a black hole has consumed all of those stray items that you just can’t find, don’t give up: Stephen Hawking thinks he knows how to retrieve them. He says black holes’ “soft hair” captures data about all that has disappeared into them.

When the black hole evaporates – a possibility Hawking first mentioned in 1975 – this “soft hair” would release the information that had been stored inside, according to a paper cowritten by Hawking, Malcolm Perry of the University of Cambridge and Andrew Strominger of Harvard University.

Jun 08 10:31

New chemical elements to be named after Moscow City, Russian academician

The Mendeleev periodic table will be appended with four new elements. The element with the index 113 will get the symbol Nh and will be named nihonium after Japan (Nihon), while the element with the index 115 will have the symbol Ts and the name tennessine after Tennessee State. "For the element with atomic number 115 the name proposed is moscovium with the symbol Mc," the press release said. "Moscovium is in recognition of the Moscow region and honors the ancient Russian land that is the home of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, where the discovery experiments were conducted using the Dubna Gas-Filled Recoil Separator in combination with the heavy ion accelerator capabilities of the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions. "For the element with atomic number 118 the collaborating teams of discoverers at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna (Russia) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (USA) proposed the name oganesson and symbol Og," IUPAC said.

Jun 08 09:32

Over 80 percent of popular bread brands contain cancer-causing chemicals

Before you make that next sandwich, you may want to read the list of ingredients on your bread bag label – because there's a very good chance that it may contain carcinogens.

A food additive used in bread called potassium bromate has been in the international news lately. Indian health officials have recently called for a ban on the use of the additive, which has been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals.

A testing of products in India found potassium bromate in 84 percent of 38 popular brands of bread, buns, pizza crusts and other baked goods.

Potassium bromate has already been banned in numerous countries, including the entire EU, the UK, Canada, China and Brazil.

Jun 08 08:00

Are Gender-Bending Chemicals Causing Gender-Bending Confusion?

The BBC news reported that 2010 that mercury exposure was affecting the behavior of white ibises by “turning them homosexual,” with higher doses resulting in males being more likely to pair with males.

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So, that mercury-based vaccine preservative, Thimerasol, even if it doesn't give your kid autism, may be making them gay!

Jun 08 07:24

Worst snowfall in 30 years blocks more than 10,000 Guatemalans

More than 4½ meters (14 ft) in the mountains accumulated during the worst snowfall in 30 years in Guatemala on June 4, 2016.

Jun 07 20:47

Open Source Solutions: An Open Source Investigation

Build your own and be a maker

Jun 07 17:41

False Promises, Smears And Golden Rice: Is This The Solution For Disease, Poverty And Malnutrition?

The pro-GMO lobby often relies on fraud, regulatory delinquency, opaque practices, smear campaigns, dirty tricks, slick PR and the debasement of science. While choosing to sideline the root causes of poverty, hunger, malnutrition and regional food insecurity (and effective solutions), it promotes a techno quick-fix based on profitable proprietary technology.

Jun 07 15:23

Taiwan Recalls Quaker Oats Due To Glyphosate Contamination While U.S. Does Nothing

By Amanda Froelich

Bad news for Quaker Oats. After a random inspection from Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA), glyphosate (the compound deemed to be “probably carcinogenic by the WHO last year) was detected in 10 out of 36 oatmeal products, exceeding the country’s legal limit. As a result, the country recalled nearly 62,000 kilograms of oatmeal...

Jun 07 15:19

Italy: Hospital staff encouraged to accelerate discharge process to accommodate expected migrant influx

A document leaked from a public hospital in Sassari, Sardinia and brought to the attention of the public by Sardinian politician Mauro Pili, shows hospital management urging the premature discharge of patients in order to make room for 390 migrants (including a two-day-old newborn) expected to disembark that evening at nearby Porto Torres.

Jun 07 15:00

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ven after my heart attack I had problems since I had damaged 35% of my heart, I was walking every day and changed my diet to try to improve my health. It was not working, I could not carry any weight and had problems doing my job. Then my wife while at a tofu cooking class found out about a Garlic, cayenne combo and I started to take it every day. Seven months after starting these herbs, I had some chest pain. It was different then angina, so my doctor did some tests and my damaged heart had rebuilt itself. That was the turning point of my life. That was when I knew I had to tell everyone who will listen to my story hoping that soon, they have a story to tell me.

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Jun 07 14:41

Gene Editing Technique Could Transform Future

CRISPR – get to know this acronym. It’s good to know the name of something that could change your future.

Pronounced “crisper”, it is a biological system for altering DNA. Known as gene editing, this technology has the potential to change the lives of everyone and everything on the planet.

Jun 07 13:21

Rise Of Robot Workers Makes Powerful Case For Universal Basic Income – Shadow Chancellor

Labour is mulling the idea of a universal basic income (UBI) in response to the prospective robotization of the workforce, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said.

Jun 07 11:57

Avoid The Top 12 List Of Fruits And Veggies Ridden With Pesticides

If organic produce was easily accessible and the same exact price as “conventional” produce that uses heavier duty pesticides – you’d pick organic, right? But that’s not the current food system reality...

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Jun 07 11:13

Social Security Cut To Autistic Children

Jun 07 11:12

Millimeter Microwaves: ‘Anti-terror’ artificial intelligence scanning in public

There is a new technology being tested for use on UK civilians en masse on our streets, millimetre microwave scanners

Jun 07 11:06

Humana seeks huge rate hike after losing $219M on Obamacare

Many Georgians could face huge increases in their health premiums next year from insurers still struggling with health-care reform six years after passage of the Affordable Care Act.

Jun 07 10:26

Vaccine Safety Documentary Pulled from East End Film Festival Amid Outside Pressure

First Vaxxed, now Man Made Epidemic; Yet another documentary on vaccine safety gets pulled from international film festival

Jun 07 10:06

Tutankhamun’s Dagger Came From Outer Space

The iron blade placed in his sarcophagus next to the right thigh of his mummified body was manufactured from a meteorite, according to researchers from Milan Polytechnic, Pisa University and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

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Prior to the development of iron smelting, the only real source for hard metal was from meteorites, and many ancient rulers coveted blades fashioned from recovered iron-nickel meteorites.

Jun 07 09:25

Medical journal openly admits 50% of people on antidepressants don't even have depression

Nearly half of people taking depressants are not suffering from depression at all, according to a study conducted by researchers from McGill University in Montreal, and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

Jun 07 09:24

Blank Star for the first time in two years leaves our Sun's X-ray output flatlining

Four days ago, sunspots disappeared from our star altogether and haven't yet come back (but they will).

Spaceweather.com are reporting: As a result, the sun's X-ray output is flatlining.

There hasn't been even a tiny solar flare since last week.

Quiet conditions are likely to continue as long as the face of the sun remains blank.

Jun 07 08:54

Seattle-Caught Salmon Found To Contain Cocaine, Antidepressants, And Pain Relievers

By Amanda Froelich

Salmon is purported to be one of the healthiest foods due to its high omega-3 content, protein, and essential fatty acids; but if the fish is obtained from the Puget Sound, it is anything but healthy.

According to a recent study, up to 81 drugs and personal-care products were detected in the flesh of salmon caught in the Puget Sound. Some of the drugs include Prozac, Advil, Benadryl, Lipitor, and even cocaine. The Seattle Times reports that the levels are believed to be so high because either people in the area use more of the drugs detected, or because waste water plants are unable to fully remove the chemicals during treatment. Another theory is that leaky septic tanks are contributing to the problem, as high fecal coliform counts were detected...

Jun 07 08:45

Zika: Message to Purveyors of Medical Fraud

By Jon Rappoport

The Zika-microcephaly connection is scientific nonsense. Let me run it down for you.

My analysis is beyond, “But Expert A says…” I am not dealing in appeals to authority, but instead the standards of evidence anyone can see if he opens his eyes.

First of all, the latest figures out of Brazil, the so-called epicenter of the microcephaly tragedy, reveal the following: 854 confirmed cases of microcephaly; and of those, 97 cases show the presence of the Zika virus.

Inference? Zika is not the cause of microcephaly. If it were, researchers would be able to detect it in all, or the overwhelming percentage of, microcephaly cases...

Jun 07 08:07

M6.2 - 102km SSW of San Patricio, Mexico

Jun 07 08:01

We Can’t Afford To Cure Cancer

Someone has said there are just too many jobs in the pursuit of a cancer cure to allow any therapy to be proven and put into practice. Recognize the nation is dotted with cancer research centers that hold billions of dollars of debt. For example, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington holds $176 million of debt. [Moody’s Investor Service] Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, the nation’s cancer research center, holds $1.9 billion of debt. [Moody’s Investor Service] A cancer cure would leave research centers like these on the hook for loans that could not possibly be paid back.

Better for cancer research centers to live off the $4.95 billion of research grants that get divvied out by the National Institutes of Health each year than to find a cure.

In light of this revelation, the public may be better served by private enterprise that is not reliant on public funding to find a cure for cancer.

Jun 07 07:46

EU may ban Monsanto weedkiller over health concerns

Leading European countries have decided not to extend the license for glyphosate, a herbicide used in Monsanto’s top selling weedkiller. The EU is worried about growing public concerns it could cause cancer.

Jun 07 07:31

A New Algorithm May Help Capture First-Ever Black Hole Image

In the cosmic scale of things, black holes are a dime a dozen. Despite this, and despite what Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi blockbuster “Interstellar” would have you believe, we humans have never actually seen one with our eyes.

That may be about to change.

Jun 07 07:27

Flu Pandemic Drills for Mass Flu Vaccinations Begin in the U.S. Targeting Children in Schools

According to official statistics — for those who subscribe to them — the 2015-2016 flu vaccine was 59 percent effective. Up from the 2014-2015 season that saw only 23 percent effectiveness — all according to CDC statistics. The flu season is now coming to its official end in North America and what better way to celebrate than with mass flu pandemic drills.

Jun 07 05:24

What It's Like to Be in a Place Without Cell Towers or Wi-Fi

Some of you asked what it was like to be in a place where wi-fi and most radio transmissions are legally prohibited. A place with no cell phone towers on every street corner, no sitting in 27 wi-fi hot spots at any given moment, no smart meters on every house. Yes, there was definitely a noticeable difference. Here's what it was like to spend a few hours in the National Radio Quiet Zone.

Jun 07 04:02

Bilderberg List Revealed! 2016 Topics: Middle Class Displaced by Aimless 'Precariat' Workers As Tech Takes Over

This 2016 Bilderberg Meeting will be characterized by its focus on the growing underclass of “precariats” with insecure jobs and no future in an age of A.I.

Here's the list and topics for this year's secret convergence of power...

Read more at Truthstream Media

Jun 06 19:34

'Minivan-sized' sea creature discovered off Hawaii

Two Hawaii scientists believe they've come across one of them, and it's a jaw-dropping wonder.
A "minivan-sized" sea sponge was discovered deep in the ocean near Hawaii, according to findings published this week in the scientific journal Marine Biodiversity.
Scientists aboard the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer spotted the massive sea creature at a depth of 7,000 feet within the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, a protected U.S. National Monument spanning 140,000 square miles of ocean, during a month-long expedition from July to August of 2015.

Jun 06 18:55

This Scientist’s Ability to Hack Your Dreams May Be the Stuff of Nightmares

By James Holbrooks

“So we spend a twelfth of our life dreaming. And most of it is forgotten. What if we could peek inside our brain and see our dreams? Maybe even … shape them.”

This is how a professor of neuroscience and business at Northwestern University opened his TED talk back in February. His presentation, posted by TED in March, is titled “Moran Cerf: This scientist can hack your dreams.”

“I am a neuroscientist,” Dr. Cerf continues, “and I study how thinking works inside the brain.”

By the time he was 24, Moran Cerf had received a B.S. in Physics and an M.A. in Philosophy from Tel Aviv University. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in neuroscience from Caltech by age 31, in 2009...

Jun 06 15:17

Western State Sponsored Terrorism: False Flags Spreading Islamophobia, Race and Religious Wars and New World Disorder

A lot of good stuff with a couple of poison the well BEX's thrown in. A good example of disinfo. 95% truth with some fairy tales thrown in.

“The easiest way to gain control of a population is to carry out acts of terror. [The public] will clamor for such laws if their personal security is threatened.”
Josef Stalin

Jun 06 14:03

Peanut Allergy Associated With Vaccinations Leads To Profit For Patch-Peddling Pharmaceutical Company

A French pharmaceutical company is hoping to reap massive profits from a new drug patch that it says treats a common food allergy caused by vaccines. The DBV Technologies SA Viaskin Peanut patch for peanut allergy currently holds a market value of $1 billion, according to reports, which represents yet another major profit stream for an industry that creates many of the diseases it treats.

Jun 06 12:54

Sweet Little Lies: Scientific Studies Under Fire Over Bias, Influence

A study showing that sweets were good for kids turned out to be sponsored by candy makers, adding to a long history of scientific research being funded by parties with vested interests in particular outcomes.

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