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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.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

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 HAS SPREAD ITS POLLUTION AROUND THE WORLD. NOW IT WANTS TO FILTER YOUR CONTAMINATED DRINKING WATER.

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.

Dec 11 12:24

The World Is Now Facing The Second Deadliest Ebola Outbreak In Human History

The second deadliest Ebola virus outbreak has now spread to a major city. This spread is complicating already strained attempts at containment in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC.)

There has been a “significant increase” in Ebola infections there over the past three weeks, with a total of 25 confirmed cases thus far, according to Thursday’s bulletin from the country’s health ministry. ABC News reported that the virus has now spread to a major city, Butembo, which is home to almost 1 million people. Butembo is also a key trading and transport hub with links to other major cities in the country as well as to the neighboring country, Uganda. It’s about two times the size of the city of Beni, the outbreak’s epicenter, and is located just 35 miles away. The health ministry said the “high density and mobility” of Butembo’s population presents new challenges to containment efforts, already complicated by sporadic rebel attacks on remote villages in and around Beni.

Dec 11 11:31

Magnitude 7.3 earthquake strikes near Bristol Island, South Sandwich Islands

The United States Geological Survey reports a preliminary magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck near Bristol Island, South Sandwich Islands on Tuesday.

The quake hit at 12:26 AM local time at a depth of 176 kilometers.

Dec 11 11:30

A SCARY, BUT VERY PLAUSIBLE THOUGHT HAS CROSSED THE MIND OF PENSIAMENTO PELIGROSO – WHAT SAY YOU?

Is it possible that there is collusion between the Medical Industrial Complex (MIC) represented by the pharmaceutical industry and its backers in the Rockefeller family, the food industry, and the chemical companies – all of whom are aided and abetted by a Fascist government through unaccountable bureaucrats in the FDA, CDC, EPA etc.? As you read the following, keep in mind that regulatory agencies are usually run by industry insiders who will not step on their industry, and regulatory agencies are designed to protect the powerful in an industry and put out of business any competition to those powerful industry giants. Look at all the holistic doctors who have mysteriously died because they have been successful in treating diseases and promoting healthy living.

Consider that the medical industrial complex makes its money off of sick people – not healthy people.

Dec 11 11:12

Russian crew members of ISS walk in space inspecting hole of Soyuz MS-09 spaceship module

Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko and Sergei Prokopyev have begun the third spacewalk under the Russian program, an official with the Mission Control Center near Moscow told TASS on Tuesday. "The exit hatch of the Pirs docking compartment has been opened. The cosmonauts should work in the open space for approximately 6 hours and 31 minutes," the official said. As a source in the domestic space industry told TASS earlier, the spacewalk’s main task is to inspect a hole on the external surface of the habitation module of the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft, unsealing thermal insulation and the meteorite shield in the spot determined by the crew as lacking air tightness. The operation to open up the spacecraft’s meteorite shield will be carried out in outer space for the first time in the history of cosmonautics. Kononenko and Prokopyev will unseal thermal insulation and the meteorite shield, inspect and make a photo of the hole in the habitation module.

Dec 11 11:06

World's tallest geyser in Yellowstone has erupted THIRTY times in 2018 - shattering a 54-year-old record

Steamboat geyser is the tallest in the world and experts have found it erupted 30 times in 2018.

This broke a record that has been around since 1964, when the enormous geyser recorded 29 eruptions.

Dec 11 10:46

More Censorship by deep state minions

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Dec 11 10:00

Powerful herbs that treat parasite infections

It’s not always easy to spot parasitic infections since not all of them exhibit symptoms. However, there are cases that can cause severe conditions and even be fatal. No matter the case, it’s still best to cleanse the body every once in a while to prevent parasites from invading and thriving in your organs.

Dec 11 09:41

Secret Recording Case: Federal Judge Rules in Favor of James O’Keefe and Project Veritas

A federal judge ruled Monday that Americans have the right to record public officials secretly, including police, who are fulfilling their duties in public, siding with James O’Keefe and Project Veritas.

Dec 11 09:32

MIT scientists are using a BIOLOGICAL VIRUS to make computers faster

Scientists working for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are using a biological virus to help computers work much faster. When your computer stores data, it has to pause while the information moves from one piece of hardware to another, but apparently, this virus will stop that delay.

Dec 10 23:37

Not So Fast

The media branch of “the Resistance” wet its pantsuits last Friday when Robert Mueller released sentencing memos on Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, the human keys to the dungeon they would like to toss Mr. Trump into. Over in the House of Representatives, incoming Judiciary Committee chair Jerrold Nadler spooged himself into a rapture as visions of impeachment lap-danced in his head. Their victory orgasms may prove premature.

The memos themselves were not all they were cracked up to be.

Dec 10 15:30

Nasa's Voyager 2 probe 'leaves the Solar System'

It was launched 16 days before its twin craft, Voyager 1, but that probe's faster trajectory meant that it was in "the space between the stars" six years before Voyager 2.

The news was revealed at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting in Washington.

And chief scientist on the mission, Prof Edward Stone, confirmed it.

He said both probes had now "made it into interstellar space" and that Voyager 2's date of departure from the Solar System was 5 November 2018.

On that date, the steady stream of particles emitted from the Sun that were being detected by the probe suddenly dipped. This indicated that it had crossed the "heliopause" - the term for the outer edge of the Sun's protective bubble of particles and magnetic field.

And while its twin craft beat it to this boundary, the US space agency says that Voyager 2 has a working instrument aboard that will provide "first-of-its-kind observations of the nature of this gateway into interstellar space".

Dec 10 14:34

The criminalization of science whistleblowers: A mind-blowing interview with Judy Mikovits, PhD

In one of the most shocking science videos you’ll see this year, molecular biologist Judy A. Mikovits, PhD, reveals the disturbing true story of how she was thrown in prison for blowing the whistle on deadly viral contamination of human vaccines.

With a well established history of working for the National Cancer Institute as a cancer research, Dr. Mikovits worked with human retroviruses like HIV. Her work focused on immunotherapy research and involved HIV.

In 2009, she was working on autism and related neurological diseases. She found that many of the study subjects has cancer, motor-neuron disorders and chronic fatigue Syndrome (CFS). She believed a virus may have been responsible for these symptoms, and through her research, she isolated the viruses that turned out to come from mice.

Dec 10 13:57

Record count reported for mysterious paralyzing illness

This year has seen a record number of cases of a mysterious paralyzing illness in children, U.S. health officials said Monday.

It's still not clear what's causing the kids to lose the ability to move their face, neck, back, arms or legs. The symptoms tend to occur about a week after the children had a fever and respiratory illness.

No one has died from the rare disease this year, but it was blamed for one death last year and it may have caused others in the past.

What's more, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials say many children have lasting paralysis. And close to half the kids diagnosed with it this year were admitted to hospital intensive care units and hooked up to machines to help them breathe.

Dec 10 11:38

Ex pharma exec gives explosive speech on vaccines before CDC advisory committee

Dec 10 11:35

Humanity's Largest Atom Smasher Takes a Pause, Will Wake Up Again in 2021

Particles: Breathe easy. Scientists at the world's largest particle collider have no plans to smash you together until spring 2021.

When you update your computer, you usually have to turn it off and back on again. The same thing is going on right now at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) — humanity's largest particle collider — which will remain off between Dec. 3 and spring 2021 as it undergoes upgrades.

The LHC is a circular, 17-mile-long (27 kilometers) tunnel under the French-Swiss border, ringed by magnets. Those magnets accelerate streams of particles (usually protons, sometimes other things) to enormous speeds, then crash them into one another. Scientists study the splattered remains of those collisions, where unusual particles sometimes emerge, to search for as-yet-unseen building blocks of the universe.

Dec 10 11:34

This patient's medical record said she'd given birth twice — in fact, she'd never been pregnant

Morgan Gleason is a college student with a rare autoimmune disease.
Two years ago, she found a mistake in her record. It said she had had two children, and that one of them died. Gleason had never been pregnant.
A Johns Hopkins study estimates that more than 250,000 people in the U.S. die every year from medical errors.

Dec 10 11:17

2018 Geminid Meteor Shower This Week May Be the Year's Best

What might well be the best meteor shower of 2018 heads our way Thursday night into the pre-dawn hours of Friday morning (Dec. 13-14): It's the annual performance of the Geminid meteor shower.

The Geminids get their name from the constellation of Gemini, the twins. During the overnight hours of Thursday to Friday, the night of this shower's maximum, the meteors will appear to emanate from a spot in the sky near the bright star Castor in Gemini.

Dec 10 11:16

It's Official! NASA's Famed Voyager 2 Spacecraft Reaches Interstellar Space

It's time to say goodbye to one of the most storied explorers of our age: Voyager 2 has entered interstellar space, NASA announced today (Dec. 10).

Voyager 2, which launched in 1977, has spent more four decades exploring our solar system, most famously becoming the only probe ever to study Neptune and Uranus during planetary flybys. Now, it has joined its predecessor Voyager 1 beyond the bounds of our sun's influence, a milestone scientists weren't able to precisely predict when would occur. And intriguingly, humanity's second crossing doesn't look precisely like data from the first journey out.

Dec 10 11:00

China launches first space probe to far side of the moon

Xinhua news agency reported that a Long March 3B rocket carrying the Chang'e-4 lunar probe took off from the country's southwestern Xichang launch center at 2:23 a.m. local time (1823 UTC).

The rover is scheduled to land on the moon and begin conducting experiments and survey work by the end of December. The experiments, six of which are Chinese, include analyzing minerals and measuring radiation.

Dec 10 10:37

$3.5 Trillion on Healthcare Each Year and We’re Still Uninsured, Underinsured, and Unhappy

It’s time for a reality check when it comes to universal healthcare. Usually, that means those with an idealistic vision of equity and justice must give it up in favor a more achievable program. But in this case, the reality of what’s achievable exceeds the low expectations and compromises that have for decades limited the healthcare reform debate.

Providing this reality check on how we turn from our wasteful healthcare industry to a system of guaranteed healthcare is a new study by the PERI at UMass-Amherst whose lead author is noted labor economist Robert Pollin. Through a comprehensive literature review and rigorous empirical work, the study show the average worker getting a 9% raise, and businesses saving 8% of payroll, as health outcomes improve, costs go lower and the economy benefits.

Dec 10 10:34

Breaking NEWS: Quaker Oats sued over glyphosate contamination

Quaker Oats and their parent company PepsiCo have recently been sued for not disclosing that 17 of their food products are contaminated.

What’s the problem? These products contain troubling levels of glyphosate, the world’s most widely used weed killing herbicide ingredient. The company says its products are ‘healthy,’ but would any rational person really believe their marketing hype?

Morgan Steckler of California filed suit at the end of October 2018 on behalf of himself as well as others who reside in his area. The complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California and cites Unfair Competition Law and the Consumers Legal Remedies Act.

Dec 10 10:32

Now Hepatitis A Hits Indiana, Louisiana & Arkansas

As Hepatitis A breaks out and spreads, It is obvious these new States have been the recipients of Third World 'refugees' spreading HAV due to their lack of hygiene and cultural filth. I compared the flights of the CDC BSL planes to areas where HAV breaks out. What do we find? In many instances, we see that refugees, indeed, had been sent to many of these states before the appearance and outbreak of Hepatitis A.

When will our government learn or even care about Americans who are coming down with HAV and all the other well imported deadly diseases like AIDS, TB, Chagas...and now Polio. America's once high level of immunity is being destroyed and these often deadly Third World diseases are being spread...from 'sea to shining sea.'

Dec 10 10:18

Last second abort for Delta 4 Heavy spy satellite launch

An attempt to launch a classified National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite atop a heavy-lift Delta 4 rocket at Vandenberg Air Force Base northwest of Los Angeles was aborted at the T-minus 7.5-second mark Saturday evening when a problem was detected by computers orchestrating the terminal countdown.

Flares had already ignited at the base of the 23-story-tall rocket to burn away excess hydrogen gas, a routine safety precaution, when the abort was ordered. It came a half second before the first of the Delta 4 Heavy's three side-by-side Common Booster Core engines was scheduled to ignite and throttle up to full thrust, followed two seconds later by the center and left-side CBCs.

Dec 10 08:29

Flight to Mars to cut cosmonauts’ lifespan by 2.5 years, says report. Cosmonauts will use special water during long space missions

The space radiation effect during an inter-planetary flight to the Red Planet will reduce the cosmonauts’ lifespan by 2.5 years, according to the materials released at the 17th conference on space biology and medicine in Moscow on Monday. "For a two-year length of the expedition’s flight to Mars and back, the aggregate radiation risk during the cosmonauts’ lifespan irrespective of their age under the RR [radiation risk] protection of 20 g/sq. cm will measure 7.5%, while the average upcoming lifespan will decrease by 2.5 years," the report says.

Dec 09 15:30

Manufactured Crisis – HPV, Hype and Horror

This vaccine has wrought havoc on the lives of young girls across the world.

Dec 09 10:17

‘System is broken’: Medical researchers still routinely hiding funding from Big Pharma

A huge proportion of scientists and doctors publishing in major medical magazines continue to conceal ties to corporations relevant to their research, while punishment for not declaring interests remains weak, says a new report.

“The system is broken,” Mehraneh Dorna Jafari, assistant professor of surgery at the University of California, Irvine, told the New York Times and ProPublica, an investigative journalism non-profit.

Jafari was one of the authors of a landmark study published back in August that took the names of the 100 doctors receiving the most funding from medical equipment and drug manufacturers, and then studied whether they declared a potential conflict of interest in their published research. Only 37 did.

Dec 09 09:56

Dept. of Justice Admits Flu Shot Is Most Dangerous Vaccine In US

The flu shot is only the fifth most popular vaccine in the United States, however it is by far the most dangerous, according to a report released by the Department of Justice that confirm more than half of all claims settled by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program involve the influenza vaccine.

As reported by Health Impact News, during the period covering 16 August to 15 November 2013, 139 claims were settled by the Vaccine Court, 70 of which received compensation. Of these settled claims, 42 – or 60 percent – were for injuries caused by the flu vaccine. The remaining 40 percent were for injuries caused by 11 other vaccines.

Dec 09 09:13

High-impact eruption at Manam volcano, heavy ashfall blocking sunlight, P.N.G.

A powerful eruption started at Manam volcano, Papua New Guinea around 03:00 UTC on December 8, 2018. Heavy ashfall is falling on the island, blocking out sunlight.

Volcanic ash rose up to 13.7 km (45 000 feet) above sea level, according to the Darwin VAAC, forcing authorities to raise the Aviation Color Code to Red.

Heavy ashfall is blocking out sunlight on the island, locals report.

Dec 09 08:46

The Agricultural Pesticide Damaging Kids’ Brains

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Scientifically, it’s been documented children continually are exhibiting lower IQs, aka the Flynn effect, decade after decade.

"Jun 14, 2018 – IQ scores have been steadily falling for the past few decades for those born after 1975."...

Dec 08 11:49

Prominent Doctors Aren’t Disclosing Their Industry Ties in Medical Journal Studies. And Journals Are Doing Little to Enforce Their Rules

By Charles Ornstein, ProPublica, and Katie Thomas, The New York Times

The dean of Yale’s medical school, the incoming president of a prominent cancer group and the head of a Texas cancer center are among leading medical figures who have not accurately disclosed their relationships with drug companies...

Dec 08 10:39

What is SkywayBridge.com?

The following is an interview we conducted with the administrator for the website SkywayBridge.com. The website tracks suicide attempts and suicides from the Skyway Bridge. The Skyway Bridge is in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. It joins the cities of St. Petersburg and Palmetto/Bradenton together.

CT: What is SkywayBridge.com?

SB: SkywayBridge.com is a website focused on those that choose to jump off the Skyway Bridge of their own accord and less about the iconic structure that greets tourists as the gateway to Tampa Bay.....

Dec 08 10:15

Progress launch timelapse seen from space

Dec 08 09:09

Netflix Tells Kids To Learn About Sex By Watching The 'American Pie' Films

Gone are the days when children would learn about the birds and bees in a chat with mom and dad by the fireplace. In progressive 2018, the headmasters of Netflix are the great educators, and they have the perfect instructional materials to broaden the little tykes' horizons: the "American Pie" movies.

Dec 08 09:06

The West African nation where girls are forced to consume up to 16,000 calories a DAY by their mothers during 'feeding season' – to make them 'beautiful' for men

Girls of a West African nation are forced to consume up to 16,000 calories a day in a bid to make them gain weight so they appear more 'attractive' to men, a new documentary reveals.
Tonight's episode of Channel 4's Unreported World travels to Mauritania, where being fat is seen as a sign of wealth and beauty.
Presenter Sahar Zand learns about the so-called 'feeding season', when girls as young as 11 are made to spend two months eating kilos of porridge and couscous, and drinking litres of sweetened camel milk, in the hope they will pile on the pounds.

Dec 07 20:19

Nasa's InSight probe listens to Martian winds

A UK instrument has captured "the sound" of the wind on Mars.

The British seismometer package carried on Nasa's InSight lander detected the vibrations from Martian air as it rushed over the probe's solar panels.

"The solar panels on the lander's sides are perfect acoustic receivers," said Prof Tom Pike, who leads the seismometer experiment from Imperial College London.

"It's like InSight is cupping its ears."

Dec 07 11:10

China Preps for Launch of Historic Mission to Moon's Far Side on Friday

China is getting set to launch the first-ever surface mission to the moon's far side.

The robotic Chang'e 4 mission is scheduled to launch atop a Long March 3B rocket on Friday (Dec. 7) at around 1:30 p.m. EST (1830 GMT; 2:30 a.m. on Dec. 8 local China time).

If all goes according to plan, Chang'e 4's lander-rover duo will touch down within the moon's South Pole?Aitken (SPA) basin after a 27-day flight, then study both the surface and subsurface of this region. [China's Moon Missions Explained (Infographic)]

Both the lander and the rover were designed as backups for China's successful Chang'e 3 mission, which put a lander and a rover named Yutu down on the moon in December 2013.

Dec 07 11:06

New telescope in Chile will be world’s most powerful – even more so than Hubble in space – after scientists develop technology to cut through atmospheric distortion

The so-called MAVIS telescope will be completed by 2025 and will be based at the Very Large Telescope facility in Chile.

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Currently, bubbles of hot and cold air mixing in the atmosphere distort light waves and blur images captured from telescopes, producing a phenomenon like looking at the horizon through a sandstorm.

The new technology will counteract this and produce images over a field of view 20 times larger than regular adaptive-optics systems.

They will also be three times more detailed than anything recorded by the Hubble Space Telescope.

Dec 07 10:57

Infant ibuprofen recalled from Walmart and CVS: Tests revealed it had such high concentrations it could cause permanent kidney damage

A New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company has issued a voluntary recall of its infant liquid ibuprofen.

Tris Pharma, Inc says the recalled lots may contain higher concentrations of ibuprofen that could result in permanent renal or kidney damage among babies.

A company statement read there is also a 'remote possibility' that infants may experience side effects including nausea, vomiting, stomach pain and diarrhea due to the increased potency.

Dec 07 10:56

Merck Created Hit List to "Destroy," "Neutralize" or "Discredit" Dissenting Doctors

Merck made a "hit list" of doctors who criticized Vioxx, according to testimony in a Vioxx class action case in Australia. The list, emailed between Merck employees, contained doctors' names with the labels "neutralise," "neutralised" or "discredit" next to them.

Dec 07 09:59

Yellowstone Steamboat Geyser Erupting At ‘Unprecedented Rates’

Park officials have stated that Yellowstone volcano’s Steamboat Geyser is erupting at unprecedented rates, matching decades-old records for the amount of scolding water spewed from the ground. The Steamboat Geyser continues to be an enigma, one in which sparks fears of a massive supervolcano eruption.

The iconic Yellowstone volcano landmark is the world’s tallest and most active geyser but recent activity has gone off the charts. Yellowstone Volcano Observatory (YVO) geologists monitoring the supervolcano complex have noted almost weekly water eruptions from the geyser this year. The Steamboat geyser has been erupting every 7-10 day for the past six weeks.

Dec 07 09:40

RFK Jr. wins case against U.S. government for vaccine safety violations

Del Bigtree, founder of Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), teamed up with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to take on the U.S. government by filing suit against the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) for vaccine safety violations — and they won. This is big news for all concerned with the topic of vaccine safety. It turns out the federal agency has been neglecting their vaccine safety obligations for over 30 years. The lawsuit brought by RFK Jr. is evidence that “vaccine safety” as we know it is nothing more than a sham.

Government agencies charged with protecting the public are not doing their part to ensure and improve the safety of immunizations, but will they be held accountable?

Dec 07 09:35

Faking Medical Reality

“It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine.” —Marcia Angell, MD

“The secret of acting is sincerity. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made.” —George Burns

The faking of medical reality is, at bottom, an operation designed to bolster the power of the medical cartel, one of the most important forces on the planet.

What do doctors rely on? What do medical schools rely on? What do medical journals and mainstream medical reporters and drug companies and the FDA rely on?

Dec 07 08:34

Malibu is hit by huge MUDSLIDES that shut down parts of South California highways as it pours rain just weeks after deadly fire that destroyed neighborhoods

Malibu has been hit by massive mudslides that shut down parts of Southern California highways just one month after a deadly fire destroyed neighborhoods.

The second round of a fall storm dumped snow and rain that jammed traffic on Southern California highways and loosened hillsides in wildfire burn areas on Thursday.

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