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Jan 08 15:14

If Earth is warming, why is Arctic sea ice as thick as in 1940?

Government agencies and corporate media bemoan the melting and thinning of Arctic sea ice — indicative of the scourge of man-made global warming:

Extraordinary melting of Arctic sea ice in 2012!

Arctic sea ice declining at a rate of 13.3% per decade!

The Arctic to be devoid of sea ice by September 2016!

[But then…] Record low Arctic sea ice, November 2016!

Jan 08 13:00

Ron Paul: 'Replacing' Obamacare Is Not Enough

Ron Paul writes: Americans need to talk about not just "replacing" Obamacare, but the concept of who should be delivering medical services in a free country. Here's a hint: Not the government!

Jan 08 12:37

NHS Hospitals To Trial AI Helpline

The National Health Service (NHS) is about to direct emergency and advice calls to robot operators in order to ease pressure on overburdened accident and emergency (A&E) services.

Jan 08 10:18

Earth, Moon Photographed From Mars

This composite image, released Friday, shows Earth and the moon as seen from Mars. The two images used to create this image were captured Nov. 20, 2016, by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Jan 08 09:23

Ebola & Zika Went Away Without Vaccines, Yet Big Pharma Still Rakes in Billions

By Vin Armani

In this video, Vin Armani exposes how the Ebola and Zika virus “crises” were used to spur billions in vaccine development. Now that the vaccines are finally coming online, they’re no longer needed, but Congress will likely fund a stockpile of them for good measure. Hyped pandemics appear to be a new excuse for more corporate welfare for Big Pharma.

Jan 08 04:10

Almost minus 35C frosts registered in Moscow region. More than 80 flights delayed at Moscow airports

The air temperature in Klin, 85 kilometers northwest of Moscow, went down to minus 35.9 degrees Celsius (-32.6F) night to Sunday, the national weather service said. "It is the lowest temperature in the Moscow region for this day - the frost in Dmitrov and Volokolamsk (northwest of Moscow) was minus 33.2 degrees (-27.7F)," the service said. "The minimal temperature in Moscow was registered at minus 28.5C (-19.3F)." For the time being, the coldest night this year has been on the Orthodox Christmas night - minus 29.9C (-21.8F). Weather specialists forecast milder frosts on the coming days. As yet, the temperatures still remain 12-15 degrees Celsius lower the climate norm.
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Jan 07 21:15

Great cough syrup con: Medicines we buy from the chemist have virtually no effect, say scientists

It's the news no one suffering from a terrible winter cold wants to hear – but cough medicines are virtually useless, scientists claim.

Nothing you can buy over the counter will ward off a hacking and persistent cough, a review of the evidence has found.

Pharmacy cough medicines work little better than a placebo, while other remedies such as echinacea, vitamin C and zinc are not likely to help either. A review of studies on cough medicine found that in 15 of 19 cases, it either had no benefit or the results were conflicting. Researchers from the American Chemical Society said that, at best, all the expectorants and cough suppressants lining pharmacy shelves can offer is a good night’s sleep from drowsiness.

Jan 07 21:04

Secret Service: No friction with Trump's private security

Clancy disputes Politico report of conflict-

WASHINGTON (CNN) - U.S. Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy wants to set the record straight about President-elect Donald Trump's private security team and whether it's causing conflict with his agents.

Most of all, however, he wanted to push back against suggestions that there were conflicts between the Secret Service and the private security team that's protected Trump for years.

"There is no friction at all" with Trump's private team, insisted Clancy, who said his agency has "sole responsibility" for protecting the president and the first family. He added that there is no overlap between the private team and his agency.

Jan 07 15:30

Stomach Acid Suppressing Meds Causing Infections and Serious Health Problems

By Dave Mihalovic

Proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) are a group of medications whose primary action is a to reduce gastric acid production. Prilosec, prevacid, and nexium are popular PPIs which help constitute a large percentage of the most prescribed medications in the world. In a population-based study from Scotland, PPIs were linked with an increased risk of intestinal infections with C. difficile and Campylobacter bacteria, which can cause considerable illness. The study adds to a growing body of evidence that the health consequences of PPI-based drugs are causing far more damage to the human body than previously published in medical literature...

Jan 07 11:12

Political Insanity: Outgoing President Obama’s “Operation Atlantic Resolve” against Russia: US Sends 3,600 Tanks Against Russia – Massive NATO Deployment Underway

Obama's last treasonous act! Destroy America!

The NATO war preparation against Russia, ‘Operation Atlantic Resolve’, is in full swing. 2,000 US tanks will be sent in coming days from Germany to Eastern Europe, and 1,600 US tanks is deployed to storage facilities in the Netherlands. At the same time, NATO countries are sending thousands of soldiers in to Russian borders.

According to US Army Europe, 4,000 troops and 2,000 tanks will arrive in three US transport ships to Germany next weekend. From Bremerhaven, US troops and huge amount of military material, will be transported to Poland and other countries in Central and Eastern Europe.

USA is sending to Russian borders 3rd Brigade of the 4th Infantry Division. Overall, more than 2,500 pieces of cargo are shipped to Germany, where those will be unloaded in the period January 6-8. US military material and troops will continue to Poland by rail and military convoy’s. Massive US military deployment should be ready by January 20.

Jan 07 10:46

Vaccine-derived Polio Spreading in “Polio-free” India

On June 17, 2016, the International Business Times (IBT) reported that a strain of the vaccine-derived polio virus has been discovered in Hyderabad, India, and experts have warned that the likelihood of more cases being discovered over the next year is extremely likely.

Jan 06 16:59

BRING DC TO A HALT! MILLIONS IN THE STREET SAY NO! DON'T STOP!

Looks like they want to overthrow the government.

Going into the Inauguration, flood the streets of Washington, DC with millions of people, determined to stay on the streets to stop the Trump-Pence regime before it starts.

This starts January 14, the weekend of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, and DOES NOT STOP till this regime is prevented from ruling. This is the kind of political crisis needed at this moment in history.

Jan 06 16:30

Goodbye Cruel World: Professor Predicts Societal Collapse In 2020s

We are living in society’s twilight years – if a professor of ecology and mathematics from the University of Connecticut is correct. Studying history as a science with variables and trends, he predicts the 2020s will see massive instability.

Jan 06 14:07

Global Warming – Opps – Ice Age – Hits Europe

Unfortunately, much of Europe is facing sever cold weather as temperatures plunged below zero with heavy snowfalls.

Jan 06 14:00

Cal State professor calls for barring Trump’s use of sciences, other technologies, asserts global warming fallacies

Professor of History at California State University Sacramento and Huff Post contributor Joseph A. Palermo came forth last week with a climate change piece in which he managed to bash President-elect Donald Trump and the Republican leadership before managing to defame himself.

In his post titled “Republicans, Climate Change and the New Reality” the liberal professor made it “clear” that the election of Donald Trump as the “45th President of the United States” is a “catastrophe” in which “the country (and the world) seem to be awaiting the consequences” of.

Jan 06 13:50

Four more government officials charged in Flint water crisis

In an ongoing investigation, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced criminal charges against four more government officials in connection with the Flint water crisis, bringing the total number of former or current officials charged in the scandal that has made national headlines to 13.

Jan 06 13:02

Obama’s massive federal land grabs

President Barack Obama has seized more than 260 million acres of land and water throughout his tenure using the Antiquities Act of 1906. As his final presidential term comes to an end, the Obama White House has increased its pace of declaring thousands of acres of land and water federal property.

Jan 06 11:47

Is Freeze-Dried Food Worth the Investment?

Prepping and freeze-dried food are synonymous with one another. For years, the freeze-dried food industry have profited heavily on families wanting to get their pantries emergency ready. But is it worth all the hype and money?

Jan 06 09:07

Scientists warn: Super volcano has reached critical phase

Campi Flegrei is one of world's most dangerous super volcanoes, and now scientists warn that it has reached critical phase and could erupt, which would mean apocalyptic consequences.

A super volcano is defined as a volcano that is able to sling more than than 1,000 cubic kilometers of mass into the atmosphere.

By comparison, one of the most violent eruptions in modern times, Karakatau in 1883, erupted with some 30 cubic kilometers "ejekta".

Jan 06 09:05

Standing Rock 2017: The Fight is Not Over

Standing Rock 2017 will continue to be an issue. The fight of the Native American Indian tribes, environmentalists and the water protectors (protestors) is not over. Although the Army Corps of Engineers announced on Sunday December 4th, 2016, that it would not be granting the DAPL easement access, there is nothing to stop the oil company from disobeying that and moving forward anyway. After all, the amount they would have to pay in fines in insignificant next to the lost revenue they are experiencing from the delay of the project.

Jan 06 09:05

Bill Gates quietly funding effort to develop thousands of new vaccines that conveniently ‘might’ become pandemics

Bill and Melinda Gates, via their Gates Foundation, have donated billions of dollars to fund new vaccines—medicines that, in fact, have caused great harm to a great number of people. But with about a million viruses in existence that we still know nothing about, it’s likely that the Gates Foundation and other globalists will pour more resources into developing new vaccines that will work to reduce the population.

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"Why am I doing this? Well, I've made billions selling Windows to the world, and frankly I am sick of all the complaints. I've got their money and I don'd need those complaining users intruding into my zen-like calm!" -- Bull Gates

Jan 06 09:02

Purge the CIA

John McCain, who crashed enough US warplanes to qualify as an enemy ace,a man who almost sank the USS Forrestal,a man known as Songbird by his fellow POW's has now added treason to his list of crimes IMHO!

What will go down in history as the John McCain-Lindsey Graham dog and pony show featured plenty of thunder and lightning. McCain pressed Clapper to declare that Russia’s alleged actions were an “act of war,” but the DNI demurred, saying it’s not the intelligence community’s job to make such judgments.

Jan 06 08:35

Burning down the seed libraries

Donors donate seeds to the library, gardeners check them out and then at the end of the reasons, and return fresh ones for new borrowers next season.

"Not so fast" says the long arm of agriculture law. "You need to follow the regulations as a multi-national seed monopolist like Monsanto."

Regulations which, conveniently for the bureaucrats no seed library can afford to follow.

Jan 05 14:26

2016 Not Warmest Year Ever, Magic Ocean Warming & Mismatched Satellite Temperature Data

2016 has tied 1998 for temperatures with dramatic cooling in the latter part of the year. Using 8 temperature data sets measuring the lower troposphere, interesting how NOAA temps are so far above everything else our there.

Jan 05 13:05

"The false suns" have risen in St. Petersburg

Residents of St. Petersburg managed to witness a rare natural optical phenomena of Parghelia, which is a kind of halo.
Petersburgers shared the photos of the "three suns" in social networks.

Jan 05 12:21

This Wondrous National Park … Brought to You By McDonald’s?

By Jon Quealley

A controversial set of new rules quietly given final approval over the recent holiday—allowing national parks in the United States to expand corporate sponsorships and commercial contracts with private companies—is being called a “disgrace” by those who say the move is a betrayal of what the nation’s parks should be...

Jan 05 11:09

New Report: Global Warming Is A Rockefeller Scam

The Rockefeller family, an unfathomably wealthy banking and oil dynasty, has been hijacking governments, media organizations, universities, non-profits, and other power centers to expand its control over the economy and the energy sector in particular, according to a recently released investigation by a watchdog group.

Jan 05 11:02

Scientists Model Spread of Zombie Apocalypse: “Just 100 Survivors Remain Uninfected After 100 Days”

A zombie apocalypse? Really? From these people?

Apparently, the possibility is real enough that scientists have calculated and modeled the frightening rapidity with which humanity would be culled by such a disaster. And for that matter, you could add an EMP, a massive seismic event, or even a hacking event.

Read more at SHTF

Jan 05 11:02

Moscow braces for severe hoar frost after snowstorm

A "be prepared" warning has been issued in Moscow ahead of the approaching major winter storm, the Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (Roshydromet) said on Wednesday. Forecasters warned that over 20% of monthly precipitation was expected to cover Moscow in the next 24 hours. Along with this, northern winds will bring cold air masses into the Moscow region. The winds will get stronger to 5-10 meters per second, with gusts up to 17 meters per second. A severe hoar frost is expected to grip Moscow on Thursday night after the snowfall. On Eastern Christmas Eve the temperatures will plunge to -23C, or even -28C and on Christmas Day, January 7, to -24-29C. Average temperatures are expected to be 14C below normal.

Jan 05 10:32

Obama Seized Enough Land and Water in 8 Years to Cover Texas Three Times

Last week, in one of his final moves out of the Oval Office, Obama executively designated more than 1.5 million acres of land as national monuments, preserving their untouched façade while closing them to human expansion, development, energy use, ranching or state or local jurisdiction.

In a move ignored by the liberal media last week, Obama unilaterally seized more than 1.3 million acres from Utah to establish the Bears Ears Monument, preserving it at the behest of conservationist groups and Native American tribes who claimed the land was sacred. Utah’s state legislature, however, opposed the unilateral land grab across party lines, with many speculating that Obama’s move is the latest in an attempt to limit efforts from incoming President Donald Trump to expand domestic energy production.

Jan 05 09:42

Pluto's Earth-like ridges revealed: Icy feature has only ever been seen before on our planet

Since Nasa's New Horizons probe started examining Pluto, a mountain of evidence has revealed the dwarf planet, once thought a cold, dead world, is filled with geological activity.

From the discovery of clouds in its atmosphere to a syrupy ocean beneath its surface, the tiny world at the edge of our solar system has become much more interesting to scientists since its demotion from planet status over ten years ago.

Now a new study has revealed Pluto is home to icy ridges called 'penitentes', that had only before been found on our home planet, in the Andes.

Jan 05 08:46

NASA’s Voyager 2 heads for star Sirius... by time it arrives humans will have MUTATED

NASA satellite Voyager 2, which is an incredible 10 BILLION miles from Earth, has fired thrusters that will allow it to leave our solar system for interstellar space.

Voyager 2, which was launched in August 1977 and is still functioning despite the mind-boggling distances and numbers involved, has set course for Sirius – the brightest star in the sky.

Astonishingly, even travelling at around 40,000mph it will take 296,000 years to reach Sirius.

Most experts believe mankind will have long since become extinct, or will have evolved into an entirely different species by that time.

Jan 05 07:35

California Makes It Illegal For Parents To Make Medical Decisions

A new Orwellian bill is being proposed in California that will make it illegal for parents to make medical decisions for their own children.

The new SB-18 bill will allow the State to seize children away from their parents and their homes if parents make medical decisions that the State deems not to be in the child’s best interests.

Dr. Richard Pan, the man behind the current mandatory vaccination law (SB-277) is behind this new bill which will takes away yet more power from parents.

Jan 04 20:13

'Alien' signals are pinpointed: Mystery fast radio bursts are coming from a dwarf galaxy 3 billion light years away

Using new software, the VLA last year detected a total of nine bursts over a period of a month, which was enough to pinpoint its location in the sky.

Further analysis by other telescopes allowed its location to be narrowed down.

'The VLA data allowed us to narrow down the position very accurately,' said Sarah Burke-Spolaor, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and West Virginia University.

The discovery that the bursts come from such a long distance away rules out any source in our own galaxy.

Jan 04 19:42

"Asbestos of the Sky" - The Aviation Industry's Darkest Coverup

As a result of poor design, every breath that the crew and passengers take today, consists of a 50/50 mix of recirculated cabin air and bleed air, the latter of which can contains a wide range of synthetic chemicals, such as tricresyl phosphate (TCP or TOCP), an organophosphate which is highly neurotoxic to humans. In fact, the World Health Organisation stated in 1990 that "Because of considerable variation among individuals in sensitivity to TOCP, it is not possible to establish a safe level of exposure" and "TOCP are therefore considered major hazards to human health."

Jan 04 18:48

Massive segment of famous Hawaiian island collapses into the ocean (VIDEOS)

A huge chunk of Hawaii’s famous Kamokuna lava delta collapsed into the ocean on New Year’s Eve. Twenty-two acres of the 26-acre ocean entry crashed into sea, taking the viewing platform along with it ? and was nearly disastrous for five tourists.

Jan 04 14:17

Pneumonia Is Not Our Friend

Jim Henson created the Muppets. In late 1989, he sold his company to Disney for $150 million.

In early 1990, he began experiencing flu-like symptoms. On May 15, he got really sick. Wikipedia reports:

Jan 04 12:31

IBM Watson Replaces Insurance Claim Workers at Japanese Insurance Company

Most of the attention around automation focuses on how factory robots and self-driving cars may fundamentally change our workforce, potentially eliminating millions of jobs. But AI that can handle knowledge-based, white-collar work are also becoming increasingly competent. One Japanese insurance company, Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance, is reportedly replacing 34 human insurance claim workers with “IBM Watson Explorer,” starting by January 2017.

Jan 04 11:59

Breaking: Senate Republicans Pass Resolution That Begins Obamacare Repeal Process

At 1:13 PM EST the U.S. Senate passed a budget resolution that will begin the process of repealing Obamacare. The final vote tally was 51-48. The resolution instructs the House to have a repeal bill ready by January 27.

Seven years ago, on December 24, 2009, the Senate voted 60-39 to pass Obamacare. All Republicans voted against it, all Democrats voted for it.

"Today, we take the first steps to repair the nation's broken health care system, removing Washington from the equation and putting control back where it belongs: with patients, their families, and their doctors," Republican Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, chairman of the Senate Budget Committee who sponsored the legislation, said in a statement.

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Jan 04 10:54

Nutrition Myths That Made the World Sick and Obese

Nutrition plays a major role in your health and wellbeing; it’s the pivotal segment of a healthy lifestyle. While we’re trying to make our diet healthier and avoid some health issues, it’s impossible to avoid all those “recommendations” claiming some things are bad, even if they really aren’t.

Jan 04 10:18

4 reasons why plant-based protein will be a major 2017 food trend

The United Nations declared 2016 to be International Year of Pulses-dry peas, lentils and chickpeas. These hearty legumes were called out because they're affordable, have a lower eco-footprint than animal products and are nutritious. The campaign received international news coverage and chefs around the world began to incorporate more pulse-based options in their menus. From dining rooms to board rooms, it turns out that 2016 wasn't just the year of the pulse though; it was also the year of plant proteins. Here are four reasons why plant-based protein will be a major food trend in 2017.

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Sounds great; unfortunately, people with a tendency toward gout cannot eat legumes, because they can trigger a gout attack.

So here's to the evolution of plant-based proteins which are legume-free, and I look forward to The Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat getting here to Oahu, AND ...GMO-free.

Jan 04 09:50

The universe's 'eye' revealed: Astronomers get a first glimpse at a mysterious RING galaxy

Around 359 million light-years away from Earth, a strange galaxy unlike any seen before has been spotted.

The galaxy, which is made up of a core surrounded by two rings and resembles an eye, has been named Burcin's galaxy.

This unusual family of stars could offer new insight into how all galaxies form, astronomers have said.

Jan 04 09:48

Is the world's biggest space telescope in trouble? 'Super Hubble' probe that could spot alien life fails pre-launch vibration test

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), expected to launch in 2018, has failed its latest test.

Computer sensors forced the shut-down of a machine during vibration testing to see whether the telescope could withstand the vibration expected during launch.

The telescope, the largest space telescope ever built, was not damaged and vibration tests are expected to resume later in January, Nasa has said.

Jan 04 09:30

Does a Healthy Diet Have to Come at a Hefty Price?

By Kelly L. Haws, Vanderbilt University; Kevin L. Sample, University of Georgia, and Rebecca Walker Reczek, The Ohio State University

Imagine you’re in the aisle of your favorite grocery store, bombarded with hundreds of the latest and greatest products on the market. After grabbing a box of your favorite pasta off the shelf, you notice a new organic version of the spaghetti sauce you usually buy. Strikingly, you notice that the price is at almost a 50 percent premium compared to what your usual sauce costs.

Here we go again, you think: You have to empty your wallet to buy the “healthy” stuff.

If this describes how you think about the relationship between food health and price, you’re not alone...

Jan 04 09:07

Higher Altitude Means Much Lower Death Rates

A new study from Austria reports “Lower mortality rates in those living at moderate altitude“. As we’ll see here, higher altitude means much lower death rates.

Here’s a graph showing death from colon cancer in men, and breast cancer in women, by altitude:

Webmaster addition: The same data could be presented as distance from modern civilization, rather than altitude.

Jan 04 08:54

The Titanic Sails at Dawn: Warning Signs Point to Danger Ahead in 2017

a couple of the icebergs:

Mandatory quarantines without due process or informed consent: Under a new rule proposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, government agents will be empowered to indefinitely detain any traveler they suspect of posing a medical risk to others without providing an explanation, subject them to medical tests without their consent, and carry out such detentions and quarantines without any kind of due process or judicial review.

Mental health assessments by non-medical personnel: As a result of a nationwide push to train a broad spectrum of so-called gatekeepers such as pastors, teachers, hair stylists, bartenders, police officers and EMTs in mental health first-aid training, more Americans are going to run the risk of being reported by non-medical personnel and detained for having mental health issues.

Jan 04 08:28

All Aspects Of Reproductive Health Are Under Threat

Republicans spend significant amounts of time publicly railing against and legislatively restricting abortion — a procedure that has been around as long as pregnancy. However, abortion is far from their only reproductive health care target. Appointments made and policies already outlined by the incoming Trump-Pence administration indicate a full-scale attack on every aspect of reproductive health, from contraception access to preventative measures against cervical cancer and STI screenings, to measures aimed at addressing our country’s already abhorrent maternal mortality rate.

Jan 04 08:24

Disabled 13-Year-Old Wins Court Case Against Vaccine Manufacturer

A 13-year-old boy who was left severely disabled following a routine vaccination has been awarded compensation by a United States Court.

Jan 04 07:33

NASA adds 8 space station missions, bringing more launches to ULA

NASA has tripled the number of flights awarded to SpaceX and Boeing Co. to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station, giving Centennial-based United Launch Alliance four more manned missions to launch.

Jan 04 07:21

Rare Comet Visiting Inner Solar System For The First Time To Be Visible From Earth This January

Seeing Comet C/2016 U1 NEOWISE fly by would be a rare opportunity for skygazers because the celestial body won't likely pass by Earth for the next thousands of years. Unlike short period comets such as Halley's, a comet which passes by our planet every 75 to 80 years, it would take C/2016 U1 NEOWISE far longer time before it gets to visit this region of the solar system again.

Jan 04 07:01

New 90-Day Rat Study Destroys Corporate GMO Propaganda

GM proponents who constantly drone on with untrue claims that the science has clearly demonstrated GMOs as safe were dealt yet another blow shortly before Thanksgiving this past year.

This is because yet another study has been published demonstrating the negative health effects of GMOs on the intestinal tract.

This study by Ibrahim and Okasha entitled “Effect of genetically modified corn on the jejunal mucosa of adult male albino rat.,” and published in the journal Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology has demonstrated that rats fed GM Bt corn MON810 for only 90 days did indeed suffer rather serious damage to the surface mucous membranes of the jejunum – which is part of the small intestine.

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Jan 03 20:54

Cannabis Ingredient To Be Classified As Medicine In UK

Cannabidiol (CBD) one of the main ingredients in cannabis is about to be classed as a medicine by the UK medicines regulator.

Jan 03 20:25

1967 vs. 2010

Scenario: Jack goes quail hunting before school, pulls into school parking lot with shotgun in gun rack.

1967 - Vice principal comes over to look at Jack's shotgun. He goes to his car and gets his shotgun to show Jack.

2010 - School goes into lock down, and FBI is called. Jack is hauled off to jail and never sees his truck or gun again. Counselors called in for traumatized students and teachers.........

Jan 03 16:57

Friends Have More DNA In Common Than Strangers

People may unsuspectingly choose friends who have some DNA sequences in common with them, a new analysis finds.

Researchers compared gene variations between nearly 2,000 people who were not biologically related, and found that friends had more gene variations in common than strangers.

Jan 03 16:29

Massive 7.2 Earthquake Strikes Off Coast of Fiji, Tsunami Warning Issued

A massive 7.2 earthquake struck off the coast of Nadi, Fiji, at 11:53am on Wednesday, local time.

A tsunami threat was subsequently issued for all coasts within 300km of the earthquake's epicenter.

Jan 03 15:31

Make the Clintons do that job: why cholera still kills in Haiti

Dirty job shows why cholera still kills in Haiti
By DAVID McFADDEN Associated Press Dec 28, 2016
The pit latrine cleaners form the lowest ranks of a primitive sanitation system that is largely responsible for the fierce persistence of cholera in this country since it was introduced to the country’s largest river in October 2010 by sewage from a base of U.N. peacekeepers. Haiti still relies mostly on crude methods of waste disposal that have crippled its ability to combat a water-borne illness that can cause diarrhea so severe that victims can die of dehydration in hours if they don’t get treatment. It has sickened roughly 800,000 people and killed at least 9,500.

Jan 03 15:30

M7.2 - 221km SW of Nadi, Fiji

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No Tsunami threat to Hawaii.

Jan 03 15:29

Sarah Kaplan: Donald Trump might just make going to the moon great again

Traditionally, transitions are a time to set new destinations. When President Obama took office, he axed the Constellation program, which would have sent astronauts to the moon, and set his sights on Mars. NASA has been working toward a human mission to the Red Planet with a pit stop at an asteroid, though the agency looks unlikely to meet its 2030s deadline at current levels of funding.

Jan 03 15:22

Democrats Defect from Obamacare

For practically all of the Obama administration, the partisan battle lines over the Affordable Care Act were clear. Democrats love it. Republicans want to kill it. End of story, right?

But at the end of 2016, as President Barack Obama prepared to leave office and the health care law entered another open enrollment period, something unexpected happened: Democrats stopped defending Obamacare. It wasn't despair over the law's fate in the hands of President Trump. The trend began when Hillary Clinton was still the presumptive winner.

Jan 03 14:56

Inspired By Wolverine, Scientists Develop Self-Healing Artificial Material

A team of scientists out of UC Riverside has developed a material that can mend itself, inspired by the self-healing power of iconic Marvel hero Wolverine.

Thirty-one year old UCR Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chemistry Chao Wang is fascinated by Wolverine’s fictional regenerative abilities, specifically the manner in which his body heals itself of even the most dire injuries he sustains. It was this fascination that led him toward the development of a synthetic material that could repair itself, alongside a team that included fellow researchers from the University of Colorado.

Jan 03 14:20

Diamonds That ‘Know Where They Are’ Could Make GPS Satellites Redundant

Engineered synthetic diamonds could replace global positioning systems and make driverless cars a reality due to their sensitivity to magnetic waves, scientists have claimed.

Experts at Oxfordshire-based tech company Element Six are researching the properties of crystals which contain a gap in the atomic lattice of the diamond, known as a “nitrogen vacancy defect.”

Jan 03 14:11

Hassle Free Gardening: 10 Plants to Avoid Growing

By Ariana Marisol

Want carefree summer gardening? Here is a list of decorative plants that are not worth the trouble for those who have limited plot space, time, or both!

Having to worry about plant toxicity, garden bullies, or demanding divas is a time-consuming issue many gardeners would rather avoid. Skip the following plants if you want to avoid the extra hassle. There are plenty of other flowering and edible options that require less effort...

Jan 03 13:34

For only the third time in the US, avian flu H7N2 has passed from an animal to a human

For only the third time in the US, avian flu H7N2 has passed from an animal to a human. Usually transmitted to people who have been handling infected poultry, this case has been passed to a human from a cat. (Does this give whole new meaning to the phrase, “the cat that ate the canary” or what?)

Jan 03 11:01

Chillies Could Help Beat Cancer As Research Finds Capsaicin Destroys Diseased Cells

Chillies could help fight breast cancer after scientists revealed the spicy ingredient causes diseased cells to self destruct.

Capsaicin, the active component that gives chillies their trademark kick, can switch on specialised channels surrounding cancer cells causing them to die.

Other cancers including colon, bone and pancreatic could also be killed off by the compound.

Jan 03 10:48

Despite getting the vaccine, this 8 year old relies on prosthetic limbs after losing his legs to meningitis

If vaccines are really responsible for eradicating communicable disease as is often claimed, then why did eight-year-old Kye Vincent lose his legs and left hand? This is the poignant question some are asking after reports of Kye’s successful prosthesis went public, indicating that, despite young Kye’s compliance with childhood vaccine requirements, he still contracted meningococcal septicaemia, more commonly known as meningitis.

Jan 03 10:29

Supervolcano Eruption Warning: Campi Flegrei Beneath Naples In Italy Could Erupt Catastrophically, Experts Say

According to scientists, a major eruption of Campi Flegrei (“burning fields”) could have more than just local or regional impact. The supervolcano, with a 12-kilometer caldera, caused one of the biggest volcanic eruptions in Europe in the last 200,000 years when a major eruption 39,000 years ago triggered a “volcanic winter.” Some experts believe that the eruption might have caused a major global extinction event, including the extinction of Neanderthals.

Jan 03 10:06

World famous geyser spews out SNOW as temperatures plummet at Yellowstone

The water ejected from Old Faithful is usually a scorching 118C – with the steam reaching an eye-watering 177C.

As temperatures plummeted below freezing at the site in Wyoming, it provided enough of a difference to turn the hot water and steam into snow.

Jan 03 09:53

Breast cancer NEWS: ‘Alarming’ number of patients having BOTH breasts removed

Research has revealed one-in-five of those at no increased genetic risk of breast cancer opt for the double mastectomy if their surgeon fails to advise against it.

Experts warn there is no evidence CPM (contralateral prophylactic mastectomy) - where both the diseased and healthy breasts are removed - increases survival rates.

Jan 03 07:47

EPA: Alaskans Need To Stop Burning Wood In The Winter

The problem is, there’s no replacement for wood-burning stoves in Alaska’s interior. Heating oil is too expensive for a lot of people, and natural gas isn’t available. So they’ve got to burn something. The average low temperature in Fairbanks in December is 13 degrees below zero. In January, it’s 17 below. During the coldest days of winter, the high temperature averages -2 degrees, and it can get as cold as -60. This is not a place where you play games with the cold. If you don’t keep the fire lit, you die.

This of course is a ridiculous situation. The EPA has no business telling Alaskans they shouldn’t burn wood to keep warm in the depths of winter. For one thing, concern over air pollution from wood smoke is misplaced. The high levels of particulate matter in places like Fairbanks in January are not the same thing as smog in Los Angeles.

Jan 03 04:31

Nobel Laureate Smashes the Global Warming Hoax: "I Think The Temperature Has Been Amazingly Stable!

Nobel laureate Ivar Giaever's speech at the Nobel Laureates meeting 1st July 2015. Ivar points out the mistakes which Obama makes in his speeches about global warming, and shares other not-well known facts about the state of the climate.

Jan 02 18:19

World's Fastest Land Animal Is Now Racing Extinction

Cheetahs are the fastest land animal on earth, but conservationists are raising serious concerns about a threat they can’t outrun: extinction.

Jan 02 14:45

CDC Confirms: Mutated H7N2 Virus Transmitted from Cat to Human in the US

Anyone who has ever watched a movie like Outbreak or Contagion knows that all pandemics start with Patient Zero. Maybe an infected monkey escapes from a lab. Maybe a farmer in China contracts something from a pig. There is always some seemingly insignificant interaction with some type of mutation that occurs in a far-off place that results in a global catastrophe.

While these are fictional examples, they're not so far from the truth. That's why it is smart to be alert when an unprecedented mutation or transmission occurs. That doesn't mean a pandemic is necessarily going to erupt, but it means you should be aware the possibility exists.

So, when a cat in an animal shelter in New York City transmits a virus to a human who worked at the shelter, it has all the markings of a movie plot...or a potential pandemic.

Jan 02 10:31

EPA HID PLANNED RADIATION EXPOSURE 1,000S OF TIMES SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT LIMITS

In the last days of the Obama Administration, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is about to dramatically increase allowable public exposure to radioactivity to levels thousands of times above the maximum limits of the Safe Drinking Water Act, according to documents the agency surrendered in a federal lawsuit brought by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). These radical rollbacks cover the “intermediate period” following a radiation release and could last for up to several years. This plan is in its final stage of approval.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!!

Jan 01 15:38

Scott Adams: The Master Persuader Filter and Bernie’s Ad

When you learn to recognize the tools of persuasion it is like acquiring a superpower. I’ll be blogging and live-streaming on this topic in 2017. We’re going to have a lot of fun.

Welcome to a new year. This one won’t be like any before.

Jan 01 09:24

13 Year-Old Boy Permanently Disabled from Chicken Pox Vaccine Wins His Case in Vaccine Court

A young man was recently awarded compensation in the United States Court of Federal Claims Vaccine Court, for injuries he sustained after being administered the hepatitis A and varicella vaccinations in 2009. After five long years of litigation, Health and Human Services (HHS), the Respondent in all vaccine injury cases, conceded that the varicella vaccination did in fact cause RD’s vaccine injury, transverse myelitis, which has left him a tetraplegic.

Jan 01 08:21

Safeguarding Health; Natural Remedies: By: the Wayfaring Traveler

The above pic, its blast of energy, is a Public Health image of sharing a sneeze with one's surround... not a nightscape of the Milky Way!

A wintry visit to town, hi ho the holly, includes walking into an explosion of wet sneezes, choking coughs, kids with snow suits, knit caps and very runny noses.

People still have to work, right? Those post-holiday bargains are shouting, success to first-grabbers, yes?

Such a deal: new i-phone and weeks of nose-blowing, wracking coughs, aching bod. 'Tis the season, and life goes on messily.

But what to do?

Let's talk common sense... and spices.

Dec 31 11:46

Millions Of Bees Quietly Killed In South Carolina Over Christmas

Millions of bees in South Carolina were quietly exterminated over the Christmas holidays as part of a Zika virus pesticide spraying campaign.

Dec 31 11:28

EPA To Alaskans In Sub-Zero Temps: Stop Burning Wood To Keep Warm

WTF!
In Alaska’s interior, where it can reach -50 degrees Fahrenheit in winter, the EPA wants people to stop burning wood. But it's just about their only feasible way to stay warm.
By John Daniel Davidson

In Jack London’s famous short story, “To Build A Fire,” a man freezes to death because he underestimates the cold in America’s far north and cannot build a proper fire. The unnamed man—a chechaquo, what Alaska natives call newcomers—is accompanied by a wolf-dog that knows the danger of the cold and is wholly indifferent to the fate of the man. “This man did not know cold. Possibly, all the generations of his ancestry had been ignorant of cold, of real cold, of cold 107 degrees below freezing point. But the dog knew; all its ancestry knew, and it had inherited the knowledge.”

Dec 31 10:11

Curiosity Rover hits JACKPOT in search for ALIEN life on Mars

NASA’S Curiosity Rover has hit the “jackpot” in the search for alien life on Mars, researchers have sensationally claimed.

Scientists believe that the Curiosity Rover has collected very promising data in the search for life elsewhere in the universe.

The machine, which has been on the Red Planet since August 2012, has collected samples from a crater which shows convincing signs that Mars could home life or once did.

Samples from a spot known as the Gale Crater shows that there is an abundance of mineral deposits which provide evidence that there was once water and that environmental conditions are suitable for life.

Dec 31 06:56

The top 50 hospitals that gouge patients the most

These are the 50 hospitals in the United States with the highest markup of prices over their actual costs. That means that they are charging out-of-network patients and the uninsured, as well as auto and workers’ compensation insurers, more than 10 times the costs allowed by Medicare, according to new research published Monday. Read related article.

Dec 31 06:42

Nurse Warns of "Biologics" & Forced Flu Shots Happening in US Hospitals


Listen to a whistleblower nurse as she describes her experience inside a hospital taking orders to unknowingly force vaccinate patients with the flu shot. Later she describes how The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) has redefined the term "Biologics" being used in hospital consent forms to include vaccines.

Dec 31 01:42

The Next Grand Minimum

I have been blogging at The Dalton Minimum Returns about the return of the next grand minimum since 2006. I have written about climate change and it’s implications at NC Media Watch for seven years. I have decided it is time to terminate both of these blogs and focus just on The Next Grand Minimum.

Dec 30 19:26

The water's all gone-dola! Unusually low tide exposes the unseen side of Venice's canal network

Visitors to Venice are being surprised by the lack of water in the city which has left many of the world-famous gondolas beached on the muddy canal beds.

This is the second year in a row where the city has seen historically low tidal levels.

Instead of water, tourists are being confronted by lines of mud snaking through the city.

I guess the water is hiding at the bottom oi the ocean along with the hidden heat.

Webmaster addition: Didn't Al Gore tell us human-caused global warming would melt the ice caps, raising sea levels?!? :)

Dec 30 17:59

Is NASA Obsolete?

Dec 30 12:39

VETERAN DIES WITH MAGGOTS IN WOUNDS, 4 VA STAFF MEMBERS RESIGN IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARDS

A veteran died after live maggots were found in his infected wounds.

A 73-year-old veteran, Owen Reese Peterson, died after being treated at a veterans’ hospital in rural Oklahoma for several weeks. The Talihina Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs confirmed that Peterson had live maggots in his wounds prior to his death in October.

The director of the Department, Myles Deering, confirmed this but also stated that Peterson’s death was not related to the maggots and that he instead died of sepsis.

Peterson entered the facility with an infection that needed serious treatment and wound up with sepsis, a potentially life-threatening complication with an infection. Raymie Parker, who was Peterson’s son, told Tulsa World,

“During the 21 days I was there… I pled with the medical staff, the senior medical staff, to increase his meds so his bandages could be changed. I was met with a stonewall for much of that time.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The entire staff of this facility should be fired, and those responsible for this man's care charged with manslaughter.

The rest of the patients should be transferred to other VA facilities, where they might get some semblance of reasonable care.

But for this to be happening to even one of our Vets is utterly inexcusable.

Although I hate, and abhor, the wars which cause our Vets injury; that having been said, I firmly believe that they should be afforded the same level of care that Dick Cheney gets: they have earned it.

Dec 30 12:02

An integrated multi-omics analysis of the NK603 Roundup-tolerant GM maize reveals metabolism disturbances caused by the transformation process

Glyphosate tolerant genetically modified (GM) maize NK603 was assessed as ‘substantially equivalent’ to its isogenic counterpart by a nutrient composition analysis in order to be granted market approval. We have applied contemporary in depth molecular profiling methods of NK603 maize kernels (sprayed or unsprayed with Roundup) and the isogenic corn to reassess its substantial equivalence status. Proteome profiles of the maize kernels revealed alterations in the levels of enzymes of glycolysis and TCA cycle pathways, which were reflective of an imbalance in energy metabolism. Changes in proteins and metabolites of glutathione metabolism were indicative of increased oxidative stress.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Short version: GM Corn SIGNIFICANTLY DIFFERENT from real corn.

Dec 30 08:52

MILLIONS OF BEES DEAD AFTER SOUTH CAROLINA SPRAYS FOR ZIKA MOSQUITOES

South Carolina honey bees have begun to die in massive numbers. Death of the areas bees has come suddenly to Dorchester County, S.C. Stressed insects tried to flee their nests, only to surrender in little clumps at the hive entrances. Dead worker bees littering the farms suggested that 'colony collapse disorder' was not the culprit.

In colony collapse disorder, workers vanish as though raptured, leaving a living queen and young bees behind. Instead, the dead heaps in S.C signal a more devastating killer. The pattern matches acute pesticide poisoning. By one estimate, at a single Bee Farm in Summerville, 46 hives died on the spot, totaling around 2.5 million bees.

Walking through the farm, one Summerville woman stated it was “like visiting a cemetery, pure sadness.”

A Clemson University scientist collected soil samples from Flowertown on Tuesday, according to WCBD-TV.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It has been known, for quite some time, that Naled kills bees. As reported in September of this year, at the miamiherald.com:

Keys bees suffer from pesticide used to kill Zika mosquitoes

I think the bee-keepers in Dorchester County have a very strong justification to file a class action lawsuit against the country; county officials knew, or should have known, that this is a documented effect of using this product, and should be held liable.

Dec 30 07:30

Antarctic mystery unveiled — new evidence

Did an ancient civilization once exist on Antarctica?

“Once the Turkish Navy’s advanced navigation tool,” the Piri Reis Map was “lost for over four centuries” before being rediscovered in 1929, according to Ancient Aliens TV.

Dec 30 00:51

Scott Adams: Best Arguments For and Against Climate Model Credibility

Below are competing links on the credibility of climate change models. One makes the case that the models do a good job. The other makes a case that the models are not credible. See which one you find more persuasive.

As I have been saying all along, I can’t tell which argument is right. I’m not smart enough to evaluate this sort of topic. But if we are looking at the persuasion dimension alone, one of these is far stronger persuasion than the other.

Dec 29 16:53

Scott Adams: The Illusion of Knowledge

Yesterday I kicked the hornet’s nest by suggesting that no scientist really believes that complicated models with lots of variables can reliably predict the future. This is a subset of my larger point that no non-scientist can evaluate the claims of climate science because BOTH sides look 100% convincing to the under-informed.

So how did the public respond to my claim that BOTH sides of the debate look convincing? They berated me for not sufficiently researching materials from ONE side of the debate that happens to be their side. Many people suggested that I could simply do some homework, on my own, and get to the bottom of climate science.

That is a massive public illusion.

Dec 29 15:53

M6.2 - 33km S of Tolotangga, Indonesia

Dec 29 14:25

Doctor Claims “Mysterious Illness” Caused by Marijuana Legalization

By Andrew Pontbriand

As of December 2016, just over half of all states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana. The push for legalization has increased tremendously over the last 15 years, and it shows no sign of slowing.

While this is spreading from state to state, the federal government has yet to show any real sign of a push to legalize marijuana. Furthermore, the legalization efforts in each individual state haven’t been easy.

Now, there is a new enemy of one marijuana and legalization. It is being called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, or CHS...

Dec 29 13:44

President Xi pleased with students designing satellite

Chinese President Xi Jinping has praised a group of middle school students for their efforts in satellite design and said he was pleased with their passion and bravery in scientific exploration.

Xi made the remarks in a letter written to the students from Beijing's Bayi School on Saturday. A small satellite designed and developed by them was launched Wednesday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When was the last time you heard of American public school students designing and launching their own satellites?!?

I think the short answer is, NEVER!! And therein lies the problem.

If these kids are accomplishing the design and launch of a small rocket in Middle School, what are they going to be doing when they attend college?!?

I checked out the background of this Chinese middle school, and it is the (better) equivalent of US magnet schools, but with very specific criteria, and very intense review cycles on the progress of their students.

Our US educational program is so hopelessly behind the 8-ball here, that it really is a national disgrace.

Dec 29 11:20

BP Pipeline Spills Coal-Bed Methane Into Colorado River

A BP pipeline running along Sauls Creek in Bayfield, Colorado ruptured last week for “unknown” reasons, spilling similarly unknown quantities of methane-contaminated wastewater into a tributary of the Los Pinos river.

Dec 29 09:56

Junk food cravings are triggered by the mere thought of being low class

It’s well established that people with low economic status are the hardest hit by the current obesity pandemic, as well as related health problems such as diabetes. Poor healthcare, stress, unhealthy lifestyles, and a cornucopia of cheap junk food are all thought to play a role. But a new study suggests there’s a subconscious component, too.

Dec 29 09:46

Owner of She’s A Pistol tearfully announces store’s closure amid mounting expenses

Four young African_Americans in need of dope money tried to rob a gun store. They weren't successful and this poor woman is left with a shattered life a dead husband and no way to make a living.One of the perps even threatened to sue her for shooting him after he killed her husband. The idiot was claiming self-defense.

SHAWNEE, Kan. -- Becky Bieker, whose husband Jon was killed in robbery attempt at their store in January 2015 has been trying to keep their business, She's A Pistol, going in a new location.

But she says the fallout from her husband's murder has slowly killed the business they built together.

In January of 2015, Jon Bieker was defending the store and his wife, after 4 men burst in and robbed them at gunpoint. A shootout ensued, and Jon was shot and killed.

"They took Jon. He was by best friend," Becky said.

Dec 29 09:22

QUAKE ALERT: Fears of BIG ONE coming as US hit by EIGHT tremors in an hour

The US Geological Survey revealed a 5.7 magnitude earthquake, followed by a series of aftershocks, struck on Wednesday morning near Navada’s border with California.

The largest tremor hit at around 12.22am local time, and was closely followed by seven further quakes with magnitudes between three and 5.6.

Now there are fears a magnitude 7 or above "Big One" could strike the earthquake prone region.

Dec 29 08:30

100% Of US Warming Is Due To NOAA Data Tampering

The problem with the NOAA graph is that it is fake data. NOAA creates the warming trend by altering the data. The NOAA raw data shows no warming over the past century.

Dec 28 16:33

International Coalition for Drug Awareness

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another website about adverse effects of psychiatric drugs sent in by a listener.

Dec 28 16:30

SSRI Stories

SSRI Stories is a collection of over 6,000 stories that have appeared in the media (newspapers, TV, scientific journals) in which prescription drugs were mentioned and in which the drugs may be linked to a variety of adverse outcomes including violence.

This updated site includes the stories from the previous site and new ones from 2011 to date. We have used a new “category” classification system on the new stories. We are working back through previously SSRI Stories to bring them into the new classification system. In the meantime use the search box in the upper right column to search through both the old and the new stories.

SSRI Stories focuses primarily on problems caused by selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), of which Prozac (fluoxetine) was the first. For more see About SSRIs. Other medications prescribed as antidepressants that fit the “nightmares” theme of the collected stories are sometimes included.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Mentioned on today's radio show.

Dec 28 16:11

Peru volcanoes explode into life triggering state of emergency and MASS EVACUATION

TWO volcanoes in Peru have erupted into life, just 60 miles apart sparking widespread fears and authorities have declared a state of emergency and started a mass evacuation.

The Sabancaya volcano started spewing ash and smoke some 3,500 meters (11,500 feet) into the air on Monday, in the latest in a series of worrying explosions in the south of the South American country.

The volcano, situated just 40 miles from Peru’s second most populous city Arequipa in the Andes, returned to life at 8.24am on Monday just over a week after it began activity on December 16.

Local authorities have warned the local inhabitants they are likely to be affected by the ash from the 20,000-ft (6,000m) volcano whose name translates at ‘tongue of fire’ in the local dialect of Quechua.

Dec 28 15:13

DEBBIE REYNOLDS RUSHED TO HOSPITAL FOR POSSIBLE STROKE

Debbie Reynolds just suffered a medical emergency, which we're told is a possible stroke ... and EMTs just raced to the scene, TMZ has learned.

Debbie was at her son Todd Fisher's home in Beverly Hills and just after 1 PM someone from the house called 911.

We're told 84-year-old Debbie, whose daughter, Carrie, died Tuesday, has been distraught since Carrie's emergency Friday on a United jet.

Family sources tell us they called 911 to report a possible stroke.

Dec 28 15:00

Why Is It Raining Dead Birds in New Jersey?

There’s a good question for you.

It’s being reported that just days before Thanksgiving in Stow Creek Township, New Jersey, 200 dead red-winged blackbirds began “raining” from the sky.

And it isn’t the first time in recent weeks this has happened in that area, either.

Dec 28 14:29

CLAIM: 100% Of USA ‘Warming’ Due To NOAA Data Tampering…

All of the claims in the Climate Central article are bogus. The US is not warming and 2016 was not a hot year in the US. It was a very mild year.

Dec 28 13:57

UPDATE: CARRIE FISHER DEAD AT 60 – ANTIDEPRESSANTS PLUS ???: Carrie Fisher Suffers Massive Heart Attack on Airplane

Thank you for the heads up on this Grady. The only surprise here is that she has not suffered heart failure sooner. With as many antidepressants and other mind altering drugs the doctors have pumped into her over the years, all of which cause heart failure, no one should be surprised. Dr. Candace Pert warned of this effect in her TIME magazine letter to the editor Oct. 20, 1997, pg 8 and I wonder if anyone but me noticed although these drugs never would have seen the light of day if it were not for Dr. Pert’s discoveries. http://www.drugawareness.org/i-am-alarmed-at-the-monster-ssrisnri-anti...

Dec 28 12:37

Scott Adams: The Climate Science Challenge

I keep hearing people say that 97% of climate scientists are on the same side of the issue. Critics point out that the number is inflated, but we don’t know by how much. Persuasion-wise, the “first offer” of 97% is so close to 100% that our minds assume the real number is very high even if not exactly 97%.

Dec 28 11:07

Saturn's hexagon-shaped jet stream revealed in stunning new Cassini image as the planet's north pole 'basks' in sunlight

A breathtaking new image from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft shows Saturn’s north pole in a whole new light.

With the entire northern region bathed in sunlight, the planet’s hexagon-shaped jet-stream can be seen in stunning detail.

The view was captured on Sept 9 at roughly 750,000 miles from Saturn, giving scientists a chance to study the weather patterns leading up to its summer solstice.

Dec 28 08:37

Scientists say radio signals from deep space could be aliens

SCIENTISTS may have found proof that ET really is phoning home — in the form of powerful radio signals, which have been detected repeatedly in the same exact location in space.

Astronomy experts with the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia and the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico have discovered six new fast radio bursts (FRBs) emitting from a constellation far beyond our Milky Way galaxy, according to a recent report in the Astrophysical Journal.

The discovery — made in the Auriga constellation — is significant considering the fact that at least 17 FRBs have now been detected in this region. It is also the only known instance in which these signals have been found twice in the same location in space.

Dec 27 19:06

Study: Microwaves Cause Heart Disease

According to a new study, microwaves may cause heart disease as well as destroy the nutritional value of the food cooked in the oven.

Dec 27 10:35

Successful Ebola vaccine will be fast-tracked for use

A highly effective vaccine that guards against the deadly Ebola virus could be available by 2018, says the World Health Organization.

Trials conducted in Guinea, one of the West African countries most affected by an outbreak of Ebola that ended this year, show it offers 100% protection.

The vaccine is now being fast-tracked for regulatory approval.

Manufacturer Merck has made 300,000 doses of the rVSV-ZEBOV vaccine available for use should Ebola strike.

"...offers 100% protection"

Dec 27 09:00

German government officials get ‘safer’ vaccines

One might think that the arrival in Germany of the first of 50 million doses of swine flu vaccine on Monday might be cause for celebration. But with news breaking over the weekend that top government officials in Berlin will be injected with an alternative vaccine — one widely seen as safer — a debate about an alleged two-class medical system has erupted.

Dec 27 08:21

 128 Research papers supporting Vaccine/Autism Causation - Ginger Taylor, MS

Media reports have claimed that there is no scientific evidence supporting the link between vaccines and autism. Here we provide for the reader research that demonstrates links between vaccines and autism, and the mechanisms by which vaccines can cause autism.

Dec 27 07:36

SCIENCE WARNING: MESSING WITH GENES COULD WIPE OUT GENIUSES FROM THE EARTH

New technology which allows medics to ensure children do not inherit diseases could also mean the likes of Thomas Edison, who invented the lightbulb, might never be seen again, according to Dr Jim Kozubek. His claim comes as the US and China prepare to stage mass trials to edit the genes of cancer patients to ensure it is not passed down in their DNA.

Dec 27 07:35

FACEBOOK DOESN’T TELL USERS EVERYTHING IT REALLY KNOWS ABOUT THEM

Facebook has long let users see all sorts of things the site knows about them, like whether they enjoy soccer, have recently moved, or like Melania Trump. But the tech giant gives users little indication that it buys far more sensitive data about them, including their income, the types of restaurants they frequent and even how many credit cards are in their wallets.

Dec 27 03:31

Usain Bolt And Michael Phelps Endorse Marijuana's Medicinal Value

The world’s most successful swimmer, Michael Phelps, and fastest ever runner, Usain Bolt, have more in common than six foot five inch frames and trophy cabinets stuffed full of Olympic gold medals. Both athletes also endorse marijuana for its medicinal value.

Dec 26 17:17

Princeton Professor Debunks Man-made Global Warming Theory

Princeton Professor Williams Happer completely debunks the man-made global warming theory in just 7 minutes.

Dec 26 13:26

Top 5 Regrets Of The Dying

There was no mention of marathons or traveling around the world or more sex or bungee jumps. A palliative nurse who has counselled the dying in their last days has revealed the most common regrets we have at the end of our lives. And among the top, from men in particular, is ‘I wish I hadn’t worked so hard’.

Dec 26 10:23

Leo Kanner’s 1943 paper on autism

Kanner described Donald and ten other children in a 1943 paper entitled, Autistic Disturbances of Affective Contact1. In this initial description of ‘infantile autism?, which went on to become a classic in the field of clinical psychiatry, Kanner described a distinct syndrome instead of previous depictions of such children as feeble-minded, retarded, moronic, idiotic or schizoid. In the words of his contemporary Erwin Schrödinger, Kanner “thought what nobody has yet thought, about that which everybody sees.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Autism is not an historical illness. It appeared in 1943, when Thimerosal was first coming into widespread use as a vaccine preservative!

Dec 26 10:19

The Airport Of The Future Coming Sooner To U.S. Thanks To Trump

A glimpse into Donald Trump’s pledge to modernize U.S airports to bring them out of the “third-world” and into the future.

Dec 26 10:18

Corporate Media Admits 5 Years of Fukushima Fake News

The Corporate Media Called The Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown Coverup Fake News For Over 5 Years Before Finally Admitting The Truth.

Dec 26 09:09

22 Medical Studies That Show Vaccines Can Cause Autism

Concerns regarding vaccinations continue to increase exponentially in light of all of the information and documentation that has surfaced over the past few years. As a result, corporate media has responded to alternative media, stating that the increase of persons who are choosing to opt out of vaccines and the recommended vaccine schedule is a result of ‘fear mongering.’

Dec 26 08:36

8 REASONS WHY YOUR CHILD’S DOCTOR PUSHES VACCINES

Many parents believe their child’s health care provider will offer sound, trustworthy advice about what their child needs to stay healthy. There are many doctors and nurse practitioners who do this well.

However, some health care professionals promote vaccination not because vaccines are safe and effective, but because of other reasons that are not in the best interests of your child.

Read on to discover eight reasons why your child’s doctor will tell you to vaccinate your child.

Dec 26 07:52

Autism Rates In California Skyrocket Following Mandatory Vaccine Bill

According to new statistics, autism rates in California have exploded since the introduction of the mandatory vaccine bill last year.

Following the introduction of the controversial SB277 bill, signed by Governor Jerry Brown, autism rates have risen a staggering 17%.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Bump to the top

Dec 25 09:21

Chile earthquake tsunami warning lifted

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center had warned that hazardous waves of up to 3m (9ft 10in) above tide level were possible on coasts located up to 1,000km from the quake's epicentre.
But it later said: "Based on all available data, the tsunami threat from this earthquake has now passed."

Dec 25 09:20

M7.6 - 39km SSW of Puerto Quellon, Chile

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There are tsunami watches along the coast of South America but none here in Hawaii.

Dec 24 12:02

Robots Could Replace Almost Half Of US Jobs By 2036

Automation through robots and other artificial intelligence could affect nearly half of all US jobs, a report from the Obama administration has found. Education and job-training programs could prevent the sea change from destroying the American economy.

Dec 23 17:32

Christmas Canceled? Solar Storm Heading Toward Earth Could Shut Down Power Grids

Millions will be dreaming by the fire soon, but a special Christmas delivery from the Sun could come early. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasts a solar storm blasting Earth any day now.

Dec 23 15:05

Snowy Weather in Syria [PHOTOS]

Syrian Army Soldiers Guarding Aleppo City http://en.farsnews.com/imgrep.aspx?nn=13951002000743

Dec 23 13:57

Bogoslof volcano erupts again, sends up another ash plume

The Bogoslof volcano in the Aleutian Islands was continuing to produce ash and aviation concerns after its third eruption of the week Friday morning.

Dec 23 13:57

BPA Found In Canned Dog Food Has Startling Implications

Researchers at the University of Missouri recently conducted a short-term study regarding bisphenol-A (BPA) in canned dog food. While BPA is known to cause a number of negative health effects (it is for instance, an endocrine-disrupting chemical), it is also ubiquitous in the environment. The goal of the study was essentially two-fold:…

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