Dec 17 11:14

Egypt unearths tomb of ancient high priest

Egyptian archaeologists have discovered the tomb of a priest dating back more than 4,400 years in the pyramid complex of Saqqara south of the capital Cairo, authorities said Saturday.

"Today we are announcing the last discovery of the year 2018, it's a new discovery, it's a private tomb," Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Enany told an audience of invited guests including reporters.

"It is exceptionally well preserved, coloured, with sculpture inside. It belongs to a high official priest... (and) is more than 4,400 years old," he said.

The tomb belongs to "Wahtye", a high priest who served during the fifth dynasty reign of King Neferirkare, the antiquities ministry said.

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And it has never been looted!

Dec 17 09:01

Blood tests show southern El Paso County residents have high levels of toxic chemicals from contaminated water

Many Security, Widefield and Fountain residents have extremely high levels of toxic chemicals in their bodies compared with other Americans, apparently from drinking water contaminated by firefighting foam used for decades at Peterson Air Force Base, according to a first-of-its-kind study released Thursday.

The Colorado School of Public Health and the Colorado School of Mines released the results of the first widespread blood tests of residents in southern El Paso County. In doing so, the researchers strengthened the link between the chemicals found in Widefield aquifer and Peterson Air Force Base’s use of the foam.

“The compounds measured are relatively consistent with the idea these are coming from firefighting foam use,” said Christopher Higgins, a Colorado School of Mines researcher involved in the study.

Dec 17 07:53

Newly-elected M.D. Member Of Congress To Challenge CDC About Fraudulent Vaccine Research & Data

By Catherine J. Frompovich

The 116th United States Congress will convene sometime after January 3, 2019. One newly-elected member of the U. S. House of Representatives is a medical doctor from Tennessee, the former TN State Senator Mark Green, who has vowed to take on the CDC regarding fraudulently-handled data and research about vaccines and Autism.

According to Autism Action Network, who has an Action Alert about the issue, Dr. Green, a West Point graduate and a Bronze Star hero, intends to “stand on the CDC’s desk and get the real data on vaccines.”...

Dec 16 18:51

Glyphosate Discovered in K-12 School Breakfast Foods Across America

A new report by the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) found high levels of the toxic weed killer glyphosate in over 70 percent of the oat-based breakfast foods commonly served in K-12 schools across the U.S..

Dec 16 10:01

Volcano WARNING: Naples supervolcano showing 'signs' of possible 'Vesuvian-style eruption'

ITALY'S Campi Flegrei volcano has, for the first time in nearly 400 years, been “showing a type of unrest” which could indicate it is “getting ready for another eruption”, volcano expert Christopher Kilburn has said.

Dec 16 09:57

Could America's "Deep Underground Seismic Scar" Be Re-Awakening?

We live at a time when earthquakes are increasing in size and frequency, and many are concerned about what this may mean for our future. The recent earthquakes in Alaska were a shock, but at least they made sense since much of the coastline of Alaska sits directly along the Ring of Fire. But eastern Tennessee is not an area that has traditionally been prone to quakes. Could it be possible that the “seismic scar” that was created when the North American continent was formed is beginning to reawaken?

Prior to Wednesday, the last time that eastern Tennessee had experienced an earthquake of this magnitude or greater was on November 30th, 1973.

That was 45 years ago, and many of you that will be reading this article were not even alive at that time.

Dec 16 09:52

Fuzzy Green ‘Christmas Comet’ to Make Closest Flyby in Centuries

For those living under darker skies, Sunday night will reveal to the naked eye a green comet zooming by our Earth.

46P/Wirtanen, a fuzzy but bright green dot tracing an elliptical parabola between the orbit of Jupiter and the Sun, will be visible to the naked eye on Sunday night.

During its closest approach to the Earth in several centuries, the flyby of comet 46P/Wirtanen — named for astronomer Carl Wirtanen, who discovered it in 1948 — will coincide with the Geminids, one the most spectacular of our planet's annual meteor showers.

The comet itself, to those who will be able to see it unaided, will appear as a small and amorphous green blob.

Dec 16 09:37

Over 40 percent of Americans say no to flu vaccinations

If the answer is no - and I'm not getting one! - you're not alone. A new study finds more than 40 percent of Americans have not been vaccinated and, in fact, don't plan on it either.

This is despite the warnings, potential dangers, and last year's record-number of flu deaths. The survey was done by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago.

People under the age of 45 were the least likely to report being vaccinated.

Dec 16 09:37

US Medicare-For-All & Big-Tech: The Future Of Mass Patient Surveillance

As tech executives continue to be grilled in front of Congress, the growing Bernie Sanders-wing of the Democratic Party is preparing to push its misnamed “Medicare for All” into the political mainstream after its political gains in the midterms. While these two stories seem to have very little in common, it’s not difficult to imagine a not-so-distant future where the two are dangerously connected. After all, so long as the scope of government grows, the continued politicization of all aspects of life will follow – the inevitable consequences of which could be quite horrific.

Dec 15 12:41

In 2019, Scientists Funded by Bill Gates to Spray Particles into the Sky in First Experiment to Dim the Sun

Harvard scientists will attempt to replicate the climate-cooling effect of volcanic eruptions with a world-first solar geoengineering experiment set for early 2019.

Dec 15 12:07


The Matrix movie series was one of the most revolutionary works of art to ever come out of Hollywood. Its pro-humanity, anti-authoritarian message instantly made it a classic and it has since become the subject of internet memes and (red pill) movements alike. At the center of this silver-screen revolution is Keanu Reeves whose real-life heroism makes his role as Neo that much more incredible.

It is no secret that Keanu Reeves is Hollywood’s biggest low-key real-life hero, but did you know that he also secretly funds children’s hospitals? We didn’t, and most people probably wouldn’t either as the upcoming star of the sci-fi thriller Replicas is not exactly boastful of his contributions to society—unlike many other Hollywood celebrities.

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I have only 4 words to share here, and they are: "God Bless you, Sir!!"

Dec 15 12:04


The U.S. government’s chief tool to coordinate responses to bioterror events has for years suffered from big security problems, according to Homeland Security Department inspectors and a former employee.

For more than 15 years, the United State’s first line of defense against a major biological incident has been a program called BioWatch. Its sensors, mounted (600 in more than 30 cities across the U.S.), works like canaries in a coal mine. If a terrorist released, say, a deadly aerosolized biological toxin into Grand Central Terminal, sensors would pick up the toxin. Health care workers collect samples from the sensors and bring them to BioWatch labs every day.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am having a double-Picard facepalm, upon reading this!!

This government is so keen on surveilling us all, yet cannot keep information from this system from leaking?!?

That... is an industrial strength YIKES, folks!!!

Dec 15 11:59


Scientists have decided to publicly attempt a geoengineering experiment. The researchers from Harvard University are going to attempt to use particles to block out the sun in an attempt to save humanity from global warming, and cool the planet.

According to Popular Mechanics, this incredibly bad-sounding idea seems like it stemmed from an actual event. In 1991, the volcano Mount Pinatubo erupted in the Philippines, sending millions of tons of ash and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere. This layer of particulates actually lowered global temperatures by almost a full degree Fahrenheit for the following two years.

Researchers speculated that by filling the atmosphere with a similar level of particulates that were shot into the sky during the 1991 eruption, while skipping the lava and explosions, they might be able to reduce global temperatures enough to halt or delay some of the more severe consequences of “climate change.”

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Hey, now, what could POSSIBLY go wrong, except... everything?!?!?

Dec 15 11:54

NC hospital reviewing 9,200 cases after lab mistakes wrongly diagnosed cancer

After at least 10 patients received improper diagnoses owed to pathology lab errors, Winston Salem, N.C.-based Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has been reviewing 9,291 cases ahead of a June deadline set by CMS that could strip its Medicare certification.

As North Carolina Health News reports, Wake Forest Baptist’s errors were costly. Of the 10 already identified, three of them underwent unnecessary surgery and radiation treatment in 2016 and 2017, including one who received a double mastectomy despite not having breast cancer. A fourth patient was “underdiagnosed,” only having breast cancer diagnosed 13 months after her biopsy.

Dec 15 11:42

Report Johnson & Johnson knew for decades of asbestos in baby powder wipes $47 billion off market cap

Shares of Johnson & Johnson tumbled 12 per cent on Friday and were on track to post their biggest percentage drop in more than 16 years, after Reuters reported that the pharma major knew for decades that cancer-causing asbestos lurked in its Baby Powder.

The decline in shares erased about US$47 billion from the company’s market capitalization with investors worrying about the fallout of the report as it faces thousands of talc-related lawsuits.

“It is not surprising that an article from Reuters outlining years of potential knowledge regarding the perils of talc should agitate investors,” BMO Capital Markets analyst Joanne Wuensch said.

“This is not a simple matter, as there are more than 10,000 pending cases.”

Dec 15 11:41

Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano showing signs it may erupt, Tanzania

The Ol Doinyo Lengai, called the Mountain of God by the Maasai people is showing signs it may erupt. This is the only volcano in the world that sometimes erupts natrocarbonatite lava, a highly fluid lava that contains almost no silicon.

According to Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi, reporting from the foothills of the volcano, Old Doinyo Lengai is now threatening nearby villages and three major sites of early human development.

The last known eruptive phase of this volcano took place from April 9, 2017 to ~August 12, 2018. The previous eruptive phase lasted from June 22, 2011 to ~July 5, 2014.

Dec 15 11:12

Chinese Use Russian-Italian Technology On Giant Particle Accelerator

The Chinese Institute of High Energy Physics has unveiled the project of a 100-kilometer particle accelerator that could be an attempt to lead the field of particle physics.

Earlier, the Chinese tried to build a 50-kilometer accelerator, however, eventually designing a 100-kilometer ring.

The underground facility will be in a Higgs boson factory, called “particle of God.” The Chinese main objective is to demonstrate the existence of new physics and solve the mystery of dark matter.

Dec 15 11:09

Danish doctor warns: Vegan food may lead to mental retardation

“Such a diet may involve developing different brain symptoms. With muscle weakness, poor contact and epilepsy. And in the long term mental retardation”, says chief physician Allan M. Lund to TV4.

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That explains a lot about liberals!

Dec 15 08:40

Walking on sunshine! Nasa has taken the closest image EVER of the sun with the Parker Solar Probe which is currently 133 MILLION miles closer to the star than we are

has taken the closest ever image of the sun in a bid to understand the workings of our star.
The Parker Solar Probe was about 16.9 million miles (27.1 million km) from the Sun's surface when the image was taken.
This makes the probe 133 million miles (214 million km) closer to the surface of the sun than Earth is - which orbits around 150 million miles (241 million km) away.
Mercury can be seen as a bright blob in the centre of the image and the black dots are said to have been caused by 'background adjustment' from the camera.

Dec 15 08:37

Inside 777-Heaven! Boeing's amazingly opulent £300million private airliner is a tycoon's palace in the sky - complete with five-star bedroom suites, gold furniture, cinema and even own Turkish baths

Boeing has released images of three design concepts that could be used inside its groundbreaking new 777X jets - which include master suites, stylish interior design and spacious living space to add luxury to long haul travel.
The BBJ 777X, a new Boeing Business Jet model that can fly more than half way around the world without stopping, was announced on December 10 and can fly farther than any business jet ever built.

Dec 14 18:48

The mysterious rise of meat allergies: Tick bites are driving rates up - but researchers warn many cases are actually due to sugar sensitivity

Clue to solving the mysterious rise of meat allergies:

Clinical allergy to the ingestion of gelatin may or may not be present in patients who have allergic reactions to the systemic injection of gelatin. Reactions to a gelatin-containing vaccine may occur after the first dose of vaccine because of prior exposure to (and sensitization from) gelatin in other medications or vaccines or by ingestion of gelatin-containing foods.

What this essentially means is that people with a gelatin food allergy may develop an anaphylactic reaction after receiving a gelatin-containing vaccine; however, it has also been reported that people without a prior gelatin allergy can also experience anaphylactic reactions in response to gelatin-containing vaccines.

Dec 14 15:17


Louisiana is rolling out a new digital driver's license app, called LA Wallet, that will let retailers digitally verify the age of their customers, if required. "According to IEEE Spectrum, Louisiana's Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is expected to announce that bars, restaurants, grocery stores and other retails are allowed to accept LA Wallet as proof of age, according to the app's developer, Envoc."

Dec 14 13:29

‘Incredible Hulk’ Suffers Vaccine Injury

Actor Lou Ferrigno, the original “Incredible Hulk,” reportedly suffered side effects following a pneumonia vaccine.

“Went in for a pneumonia shot and landed up here with fluid in my bicep,” the 67-year-old former bodybuilder Said on Instagram

Dec 14 12:09

Other Murders/Murder-Suicides Committed by Individuals on Psychiatric Drugs

School-related acts of violence aren’t the only cases commonly found to be under the influence of psychiatric drugs. There are 32 other acts of senseless violence committed by individuals taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs resulting in 369 dead and 748 wounded:

Dec 14 11:57

Target, Walmart sued for selling lead contaminated toys

New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood on Thursday announced a lawsuit against Target, Walmart and LaRose Industries for allegedly importing and selling children's toys contaminated with lead.

The lawsuit, which was filed in Albany County Supreme Court, alleges the companies violated multiple New York State laws - including those related to selling hazardous toys, as well as deceptive acts and false advertising - by importing, distributing, selling, or holding for sale thousands of Cra-Z-Jewelz kits in New York between 2015 and 2016, according to a statement released by the attorney general's office.

The suit seeks civil penalties from the retailers and LaRose for the alleged violations, and a court order to require the companies to implement additional measures to ensure they do not again sell children's toys containing high level of lead in New York.

Dec 14 11:24

10 YEARS AGO TODAY – Al Gore Predicted North Pole Would Be COMPLETELY ICE FREE in Five Years


On December 13, 2008, junk scientist Al Gore predicted the North Polar Ice Cap would be completely ice free in five years.
Gore made the prediction to a German audience on December 13, 2008. Al warned them that “the entire North ‘polarized’ cap will disappear in 5 years.”

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So much for the Gore's predictions!!

Dec 14 10:15

Syria condemns "illegal excavations" by U.S., France, Turkey in northern Syria

The Syrian Foreign Ministry on Monday condemned what it called the "illegal excavations" in historic sites in northern Syria by the United States, France and Turkey, state news agency SANA reported.

The excavations are being carried out in the northern cities of Manbij and Afrin in Aleppo Province as well as in ancient sites in the northern cities of Idlib, Hasakah and Raqqa.

The ministry said it has information that the illegal excavation work has been increased in the areas where the aforementioned forces have a presence and a clout over local militia groups.

"These actions represent a new war crime added to the crimes committed against the Syrian people and the Syrian heritage," said the ministry, adding that the looting of artifacts is part of the scheme to destroy the cultural heritage and historic identity of Syria.

Dec 14 08:46

The Proven Foods that Lower Colon Cancer Risk

Cancer rates have been skyrocketing for decades so it may not come as a surprise that 15.5 million people with a history of or existing cancer were living in the United States as of January 1, 2016. While it might not be surprising, it is an alarming number of people. Colorectal cancer, cancer of the colon or rectum, is the third leading cause of deaths linked to cancer. Anything that might help reduce the incidence, prevent or treat colorectal cancer is certainly welcome. Fortunately, new research found that flax oil could significantly cut colon cancer risk.

Dec 14 04:31

Canadian Study Links Fluoride to Increasing Rate of ADHD in Children

Ridding the world entirely of ADHD might be a bit of a stretch but learning what causes it and minimizing exposure is a much more reasonable solution. Some causes may be obvious, such as head injuries or genetics, but others may be less conspicuous such as exposure to the sodium fluoride found in most tap water.

Dec 13 17:14

Ginger proven to be effective at treating tuberculosis

Ginger is one of the most popular superfoods, and most of its beneficial effects are backed up by science. A study published in the Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine suggested that ginger can be effective in treating tuberculosis. It has been found to be a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant supplement against tuberculosis because of its strong free radical scavenging property.

Dec 13 17:08

Simple way to avoid the flu and common colds: Consume more probiotics

In a placebo-controlled trial that involved 250 participants, researchers tested out a mix of five different probiotic bacteria strains against the flu, and they found that they dramatically reduced the incidence of flu and cold alike.

In the study, the placebo group noted 16 flu episodes, while there were just three flu episodes in the group that took probiotics. This means the people who did not take probiotics had a four times greater likelihood of developing the flu.

It wasn’t just influenza that probiotics helped them avoid. The group taking the oral probiotic mixture also had a 35 percent lower incidence of the common cold. Among those who did get ill, the mixture made their symptoms less severe. Researchers reported the probiotics caused a 39 percent drop in the duration of coughs and a 22 percent drop in the duration of colds.

Dec 13 15:39

Boy, 8, gets 'worst case of measles doctor had seen' despite two MMR jabs

A mother has issued a warning to parents after her son contracted highly contagious measles - despite him being immunised twice for it.

Helen Spilsbury, 33, says that she first noticed an itch on her son Jack on Sunday evening and thought it was a heat rash.

But by Monday the Manchester schoolboy was covered with it and was scratching all over his body.

Dec 13 15:05

New study shows evidence that ancient Mars could have supported underground microbial life

The surface of Mars might be barren today, but conditions underground could have been hospitable for alien life in the distant past. Researchers are now theorizing that there was enough hydrogen dissolved in the ground that could have sustained certain types of microbes.

Dec 13 13:02

Virgin Galactic flies its first astronauts to the edge of space, taking one step closer to space tourism

Virgin Galactic completed its longest rocket-powered flight ever on Thursday, taking a step ahead in the nascent business of space tourism.

The two pilots on board Virgin Galactic's spacecraft Unity became the company's first astronauts. Virgin Group founder Richard Branson was on hand to watch the historic moment.

"Many of you will know how important the dream of space travel is to me personally. Ever since I watched the moon landings as a child I have looked up to the skies with wonder," Branson said after the flight. "This is a momentous day and I could not be more proud of our teams who together have opened a new chapter of space exploration."

Dec 13 11:01

NASA's Juno Mission Halfway to Jupiter Science

On Dec. 21, at 8:49:48 a.m. PST (11:49:48 a.m. EST) NASA's Juno spacecraft will be 3,140 miles (5,053 kilometers) above Jupiter's cloud tops and hurtling by at a healthy clip of 128,802 mph (207,287 kilometers per hour). This will be the 16th science pass of the gas giant and will mark the solar-powered spacecraft's halfway point in data collection during its prime mission.

Juno is in a highly-elliptical 53-day orbit around Jupiter. Each orbit includes a close passage over the planet's cloud deck, where it flies a ground track that extends from Jupiter's north pole to its south pole.

Dec 13 10:48

Tennessee U.S. Rep.-elect Mark Green alleges vaccines may cause autism, questions CDC data

A soon-to-be congressman from Tennessee told constituents Tuesday he believed vaccines may be causing autism, questioning data from the Centers for Disease Control and other institutions disproving such a theory.

Not only did Republican Mark Green, a Congressman-elect from Clarksville who is also a medical doctor, express hesitation about the CDC's stance on vaccines, he also said he believed the federal health agency has "fraudulently managed" the data.

His remarks came in response to an audience question at a town hall meeting in Franklin from a woman identifying herself as the parent of a young adult with autism. The woman was concerned about possible cuts to Medicaid funding.

"Let me say this about autism," Green said. "I have committed to people in my community, up in Montgomery County, to stand on the CDC’s desk and get the real data on vaccines. Because there is some concern that the rise in autism is the result of the preservatives that are in our vaccines.

Dec 13 10:46

Harvard's $39B Endowment Is Secretly Acquiring California's Water Supply

Harvard University's endowment (valued at $39 billion as of 2018) is the largest academic endowment in the world. The private investment company has been quietly snapping up farmland and related water rights to properties located in the California region.

Instead of purchasing the land in Harvard Management Company, Inc.'s own name, asset managers secretly formed a wholly owned subsidiary - called Brodiaea, which was the vehicle to purchase more than a dozen investments in California vineyards over the last six years.

Harvard formed Brodiaea in 2012, and by 2015 the company had already acquired 10,000 acres in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties for roughly $60 million, according to Reuters.

Dec 13 10:12

Human origins found in America NOT China as 56 million-year-old teeth UNEARTHED

Scientists have revealed new fossil analysis of an ancient jawbone belonging to a primate called Teilhardina.

The creature was tiny, the size of a mouse, and was the first step on the long chain of evolution that lead to homosapians.

New research has revealed the species – discovered in Wyoming, US – is as old or older than its cousins from Asia and Europe.

It upends scientific consensus that the species – and thus the origins of mankind – spawned from what became modern-day China.

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I have concluded that there was no single origin of humans, but many, which explains the differences among the various races of people.

Dec 13 09:13

Fentanyl is now officially the deadliest drug in America, CDC declares: The drug killed more than 18,000 in 2016 - with overdose rates rising 113% a year

Fentanyl is the deadliest drug in the US, a new CDC report revealed today.
A report last week showed drug overdoses climbed again last year, largely driven by fentanyl use.
But new data released today reveal just how quickly fentanyl has taken hold of (and decimated) America.
The drug - 100 times stronger than heroin - killed at least 18,335 Americans in 2016, the latest year for which we have data.
And that figure is set to climb. The report also revealed that between 2013 and 2016, overdoses from fentanyl rose 113 percent a year.

Dec 12 21:00

Russian military moved S-300 system near US forces in east Syria – report

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:50 P.M.) – The Russian military allegedly moved their S-300 air defense system near the front-lines of the U.S. Coalition forces in eastern Syria, Saudi-based Asharq Al-Aswat claimed, citing diplomatic sources.

Dec 12 15:20

The Agricultural Pesticide Damaging Kids’ Brains

The chemical Chlorpyrifos is an organophosphate pesticide that affects the nervous system.

Dec 12 15:18

Unprecedented New Map Unveils Illegal Mining Destroying Amazon

A first-of-its-kind map has unveiled widespread environmental damage and contamination of the Amazon rainforest caused by the rise illegal mining.

Dec 12 15:00


Want to rent a car on your next trip? You may be getting your face scanned in order to do so.

Dec 12 13:58

Bungee Cords and Their Uses in Off-Grid and Survival Situations

From a reader:

This article will provide a great sense of false security.

1st, DO NOT use a bungee cord to secure your hood! Even in an emergency.
The force of wind going under that hood is WAY more than any bungee cord can hold. It will shred the cord and you will watch your hood fly up, snap off of the hinges and (likely) smash into your windshield on its way over your car.

2nd, never heard of "Load Bearing Equipment" (LBE) being called LCE.
Either a civilian or maybe some group besides the Army calls the LCE.

3rd, bungees are terrible for making tents. Again, they just aren't strong enough in windy conditions. If you are using plastic, expect the grommets to be ripped out.

Dec 12 12:42

U.S. Navy to release genetically engineered organisms into the ocean, unleashing mass genetic pollution with devastating consequences

No longer content to tinker with the genetic design of crops and humans, scientists – at the behest of the U.S. Military – are now turning their attention to the world’s oceans. As reported by Defense One, the Pentagon is looking at various ways in which to genetically engineer marine microorganisms into living surveillance equipment capable of detecting enemy submarines, divers and other suspicious underwater traffic.

Dec 12 12:29

Polio-Like Disease Spreads; Record Number Of Cases Reported As Children Suffer Paralysis

2018 has seen a record number of cases of a polio-like illness which paralyzes children, according to US health officials.

Experts still have no idea what's causing children across the country to lose the ability to move their arms, legs, face, heck, or back - around a week after patients are diagnosed with a fever and respiratory illness. The rare disease which starts off like the common cold affects the nervous system, "specifically the area of the spinal cord called gray matter, which causes the muscles and reflexes in the body to become weak," according to the CDC.

Around half of the children diagnosed were admitted to hospital intensive care units - with many requiring breathing machines. Officials also have no idea why some children recover from the illness, while others are left paralyzed.

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How many of those children had the polio vaccine?

Dec 12 12:22

Hello from Mars! NASA releases InSight's first selfie from the surface of the red planet

Each of the new images is a mosaic of several captures stitched together.

While the selfie, captured by the robotic arm, is a composite of 11 pictures, the workspace view includes 52 individual photos.

This is allowing scientists to get a good look at the area well before InSight starts putting down its instruments and digging into the ground.

Dec 12 12:15

Jimmy Dean Sausage Links Recalled for Metal Pieces

Attention Jimmy Dean sausage lovers: check your freezer because your links might be under recall due to possible metal contamination.

Kentucky-based CTI Foods LLC has recalled more than 29,000 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat pork and poultry products that may be contaminated with metal pieces, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said on Monday.

There haven't been any reports of "adverse reactions" thus far, but the government still classified the recall as a high health risk, defined as a "reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death."

Dec 12 12:14


DUPONT OPENED A factory in Saudi Arabia last week that will produce reverse osmosis water filters. The filters use ultra-thin membranes to remove water impurities, including PFAS — chemicals made and used by DuPont that have caused widespread water contamination around the world.

Dec 12 10:48

California woman’s cat found waiting at wildfire-ravaged property: ‘You made it!’

Courtney Werblow was in tears when she returned to the Paradise, Calif. property where her parent’s home once stood. But it wasn’t the ravaged property that had her crying. Rather, it was the sight of her beloved cat, Timber.

“Come on Timber! Come on baby girl! Hi baby girl, come on!” Werblow can be heard saying in a now-viral video as she shakes a bowl of food for the hesitant feline.

Dec 12 08:30

The Proven Foods that Lower Colon Cancer Risk

Cancer rates have been skyrocketing for decades so it may not come as a surprise that 15.5 million people with a history of or existing cancer were living in the United States as of January 1, 2016. While it might not be surprising, it is an alarming number of people. Colorectal cancer, cancer of the colon or rectum, is the third leading cause of deaths linked to cancer. Anything that might help reduce the incidence, prevent or treat colorectal cancer is certainly welcome. Fortunately, new research found that flax oil could significantly cut colon cancer risk.

Dec 12 08:29

The World’s Oldest Person Revealed The Diet That Was The Secret To Her Unusually Long Life

As we grow older, our diets and daily routines come into sharper focus for a variety of reasons. Emma Morano could certainly attest to that, as she was named the World’s Oldest Person in May 2016 by Guinness World Records. And before her death in April 2017 at the age of 117, she revealed the diet that had played a key role in her long life.

Dec 11 21:05

The Map That Shows Why Russia Feels Surrounded - Mike Maloney

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Dec 11 19:16

Can Liberals Survive the Apocalypse? This is Funny!

Doomsday Prepper's conservative off grid living and survival expert, Rick Austin (AKA The Survivalist Gardener) and the founder of Prepper Camp, teaches the Daily Show’s liberal Desi Lydic about survival and prepping.

Desi Lydic and her film crew come to the forest in the Secret Garden of Survival, to discuss survival skills, self defense, bush craft, and preparing for an apocalypse.

They got a little more than they bargained for.

Watch the banter between conservative and liberal points of view. This is funny!

Dec 11 15:59

FLASHBACK - Goldman Sachs asks in biotech research report: 'Is curing patients a sustainable business model?'

Goldman Sachs analysts attempted to address a touchy subject for biotech companies, especially those involved in the pioneering "gene therapy" treatment: cures could be bad for business in the long run.

"Is curing patients a sustainable business model?" analysts ask in an April 10 report entitled "The Genome Revolution."

"The potential to deliver 'one shot cures' is one of the most attractive aspects of gene therapy, genetically-engineered cell therapy and gene editing. However, such treatments offer a very different outlook with regard to recurring revenue versus chronic therapies," analyst Salveen Richter wrote in the note to clients Tuesday. "While this proposition carries tremendous value for patients and society, it could represent a challenge for genome medicine developers looking for sustained cash flow."

Dec 11 15:00

One vs The World | A Word of Caution - Suspicious0bservers

History is being repeated on a massive, multi-headed, unfathomably arrogance scale. As an unintelligent athlete once poignantly put it- "get your popcorn ready". The universe is a snitch.