Mar 17 18:44

NASA's Kepler Space Telescope only has a few months left to live: Agency says the planet-hunting spacecraft is running out of fuel after nine years in space

After almost a decade in flight, NASA's Kepler Space Telescope is reaching the end of its useful life.

NASA announced on Wednesday that the space craft only has a few months left before it 'dies,' as it will soon run out of fuel.

Kepler doesn't have a gas gauge, but estimates show that it is approaching dangerously low levels of fuel.

Mar 17 18:39

A step towards limitless energy? Scientists zap tiny wires with lasers to create mini-nuclear fusion reactions at record efficiency

Researchers from Colorado State University's (CSU) Advanced Beam Laboratory used a compact but powerful laser they built from scratch to heat tiny, invisible wires, known as nanowires.

These contained a source of deuterium, one of two stable isotopes of hydrogen and a common source of fuel for nuclear fusion reactions.

The experiment resulted in a chain reaction of fusion events, which created a hot and dense plasma containing helium and highly energetic neutrons.

Mar 17 10:56

Are 'Novichok' Poisons Real? - May's Claims Fall Apart

The British Government's 'Novichok' Drama Was Written By Whom?
The Skripal incident is now, by chance or by design, part of a much larger campaign about 'western' dominance over 'the east'.

Russia, which ended the unilateral moment of U.S. nuclear primacy, is currently the main target. The situation is extremely dangerous as any further escalation, in the Middle East, the Ukraine ore elsewhere, might lead to a war between nuclear armed powers.

The government decreed 'truth' about the Skripal case has many discrepancies. The connection of the case to Russia is much weaker than the propaganda claims. But doubt and dissent about it are not allowed to prevail.

The political response to the incident around the British-Russian double-agent Sergej Skripal and his daughter started slowly. On Sunday, the 4th of March, Skripal and his daughter were found unconscious on a public bench in Salisbury, England. The local police and emergency services took care of them.

Webmaster's Commentary: the whole point here: to create a narrative which will be "swallowed whole" by both the British and American public, as the "justification" for actual military combat against Russia.

But after the lies both our brother and sister Brits, and we Americans, had to swallow on Saddam Hussein's alledged, and non-existent, WMDS, the propagandists, who make their livelihood fabricating lies, are going to be hard-put to make either the American or British people believe that such a case can possibly be made here.

Mar 17 09:45

In Case of War With Russia or China It's Lights Out for US Satellites

“Foreign countries—particularly China and Russia—will continue to expand their space-based reconnaissance, communications, and navigation systems in terms of the numbers of satellites, the breadth of their capability, and the applications for use,” director of national intelligence Dan Coats said in his written testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee on March 6. “Both Russia and China continue to pursue antisatellite (ASAT) weapons as a means to reduce US and allied military effectiveness.”

Coats noted that both Russia and China continue to press for restrictions on space weapons, but said that during a time of war, both Beijing and Moscow would justify the offensive space operations as a military necessity.

Mar 16 11:29

Microplastics Found In 90% Of Bottled Water

WHO launches health review after microplastic fibers found twice as high in popular bottled water brands versus tap. Although people are grossly over-paying for shelf-stable, bottled water – they are gulping down double the plastic nanoparticles...

Mar 16 09:33

Plastic: WHO launches health review

The World Health Organization is to launch a review into the potential risks of plastic in drinking water.

It will assess the latest research into the spread and impact of so-called microplastics - particles that are small enough to be ingested.

It comes after journalism organisation Orb Media found plastic particles in many major brands of bottled water.

There is no evidence that microplastics can undermine human health but the WHO wants to assess the state of knowledge.

Plastic particles found in bottled water
Bruce Gordon, coordinator of the WHO’s global work on water and sanitation, told BBC News that the key question was whether a lifetime of eating or drinking particles of plastic could have an effect.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The human body is not engineered to handle the ingestion of plastic in any way, shape, or form.

And IF the processors of these brands of these very expensive brands of drinking water water knew about the reality that microplastics were in it, the corporate CEOS of these companies should be doing hard time in in jail; that SHOULD solve the problem.

Mar 16 09:29

WATCH: Spectacular real time video of Northern Lights over Swedish Lapland

A photographer in northern Sweden has captured a spectacular real time video of a geomagnetic storm over Lapland, showing the Northern Lights in full force.

The video captured by photo tour company Lights Over Lapland photographer Oliver Wright was described by the company's founder as the best aurora video he had ever seen.

The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis are a natural phenomenon caused by solar winds clashing with the Earth's atmosphere, creating a green-tinged appearance in the sky.

Mar 16 07:28

Extend research from labs to land, redefine 'R&D': PM Modi to scientists

Addressing the inaugural session of the 105th Indian Science Congress in Imphal on Friday, March 16, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged scientists to extend their research 'from labs to the land'.

He further said that the time was ripe to redefine 'R&D' as research for the development of the nation, adding that it would be for the greater benefit of the people.

"It is time to reclaim our rightful place among the front-line nations in this field," he said, calling upon the scientific community to extend its research from "the labs to the land".

Mar 16 06:26

These Bottled Water Brands Are LOADED with THOUSANDS of Plastic Particles: Is Your Favorite on the List?

You probably drink bottled water to avoid the contaminants in tap water, but a recent study shows that some popular brands have THOUSANDS of potentially harmful plastic particles in each bottle.

Is your favorite brand on this list?

Mar 15 20:51

99-year-old man breaks 50m freestyle world record in Gold Coast Games trials

The New record has registered by George Corones completing the 50m freestyle swim in 56.12 seconds and he participated the only swimmer in his 100-104 age group – swam alone.

Mar 15 15:43

Trump Suggests Withdrawing Troops From South Korea Over Trade Issues

President Trump’s Wednesday fundraiser in Missouri is raising eyebrows in the news, as he suggested to donors that he is considering withdrawing US troops from South Korea if he can’t get a better trade deal out of their government.

Trump didn’t go into tremendous details about whether this meant a full withdrawal or a drawdown, and a lot of analysts were very dismissive of the report, suggesting it was an empty threat and just a negotiating tactic.

Mar 15 13:13


US retail giant Walmart has filed a patent for robotic bees that it hopes will be able to pollinate crops just like their real-life counterparts. The ‘robo-bee’ could provide a solution to the ongoing decline of bee populations.

Mar 15 10:56

Top bottled water brands contaminated with plastic particles: report

The world's leading brands of bottled water are contaminated with tiny plastic particles that are likely seeping in during the packaging process, according to a major study across nine countries published Wednesday.

"Widespread contamination" with plastic was found in the study, led by microplastic researcher Sherri Mason of the State University of New York at Fredonia, according to a summary released by Orb Media, a US-based non-profit media collective.

Researchers tested 250 bottles of water in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico, Thailand and the United States.

Plastic was identified in 93 percent of the samples, which included major name brands such as Aqua, Aquafina, Dasani, Evian, Nestle Pure Life and San Pellegrino.

The plastic debris included nylon, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and polypropylene, which is used to make bottle caps.

Mar 15 10:44

The Push to Make Human-Chimp Hybrids

In a long article adapted from a chapter in his forthcoming book, psychologist David Barash proposes that society should sanction the making of human-chimp hybrids. He refers to this new creature as a "humanzee" and says that "making it would be a terrific idea."

Barash recognizes some of the scientific challenges to making a humanzee but claims that it is "by no means impossible or even unlikely that a hybrid or a chimera combining a human being and a chimpanzee could be produced in a laboratory. After all, human and chimp (or bonobo) share, by most estimates, roughly 99 percent of their nuclear DNA."

Mar 15 09:06

Gaza City residents’ water problems continue to compound

Red-faced and with his hair still wet, Hani Abu Amirah’s grandson sobbed as he shuffled over to where she sat, looking out on the Mediterranean Sea from Gaza’s Shati refugee camp.

The boy’s distress stemmed from his decision to go swimming a little earlier that morning, one that incurred his father’s wrath when he was yanked out of the water and beaten for disobeying orders to stay away from the sea. A year ago, that childlike act of enjoyment would have gone unnoticed but today 80 percent of Gaza’s Mediterranean Sea coastline is thought to be polluted and families who used to rely on it for livelihoods and leisure now fear its waters.

Mar 15 08:29

Eruption imminent: Volatile underwater volcano sparks 5km exclusion zone

Authorities in the Caribbean have warned the Kick ’Em Jenny (KeJ) underwater volcano could erupt within the next 24 hours. A 5km exclusion zone has been imposed by the government of Grenada.

“We are monitoring the situation, which has been brought to our attention by the Seismic Research Centre (SRC) of the University of the West Indies in Trinidad,” Director of the Department of Emergency Management (DEM) Kerry Hinds said as cited by St Lucia Times.

The alert level was raised from yellow to orange Wednesday, indicating a, “highly elevated level of seismic and/or fumarolic activity or other unusual activity. Eruption may begin with less than twenty-four hours notice.” KeJ is located along the key shipping route between St Vincent and Grenada.

Mar 15 07:40

Huge solar storm to hit Earth on March 15, could damage satellites

A massive solar storm, also known as the geomagnetic storm, is expected to hit the Earth on Thursday, March 15.

The storm can disrupt satellites and various forms of electronic communications, knock out power supplies, and trigger stunning auroras.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, the massive solar storm was created last week by an enormous explosion in the sun's atmosphere known as a solar flare, and charged particles from that flare are now on their way to our planet.

Mar 15 05:50

Schwarzenegger to Sue Big Oil for ‘Murder’

The Terminator is back. And this time he has Big Oil in his sights. Ex-California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has vowed to take on Big Oil “for knowingly killing people all over the world.”

Mar 14 19:52

Sudarsan Pattnaik pays sand art tribute to Stephen Hawking—Pics

The world is mourning renowned British scientist Stephen Hawking's demise. The legendary physicist breathed his last at home in Cambridge on March 14 reportedly.

The 76-year-old inspirational physicist contracted motor neurone disease in 1963 and was given two years to live but he went on to study at Cambridge and became one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists since Albert Einstein.

Mar 14 19:51

United Nations receives 138 allegations of sexual misconduct

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in the report that the 62 allegations against personnel in 10 peacekeeping missions and one political mission were a drop from the 104 claims reported in 2016. There was a sharp decrease in allegations recorded for the MINUSCA mission in the Central African Republic: 19 last year compared to 52 in 2016.

Mar 14 17:29

Breaking: Syrian Army enters East Ghouta suburb for first time in years

This is why Niki Haley has gone frantic.

BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:30 A.M.) – For the first time in years, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has entered the Al-Hamouriyah suburb of the East Ghouta after several days of fighting against the Islamist rebels in the area.

Led by their elite Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army was able to overpower the militants at the eastern axis of Al-Hamouriyah, paving the way for their units to enter the town.

Mar 14 12:36

BEX ALERT - U.S. Monitoring Possible North Korean Military Base in Syria

The United States is monitoring information indicating that North Korea may be running a large underground military base in Syria that could be used for advanced weaponry and nuclear-related work, according to regional reports and U.S. officials tracking the situation.

From a Lost Age... HORROR Crawls from the Depths of the Earth!

Mar 14 12:33

Fluoride Literally Turns the Pineal Gland to Stone, Research Suggests

The pineal gland has been known as the ‘seat of soul’ for hundreds of years. Could fluoride, a ubiquitous vector of toxicity in the modern world, actually be calcifying this gland and literally turning it to stone?

Mar 14 11:13

Weapons in space race warfare

“The eyes of the world now look into space, to the moon and to the planets beyond, and we have vowed that we shall not see it governed by a hostile flag of conquest, but by a banner of freedom and peace. We have vowed that we shall not see space filled with weapons of mass destruction, but with instruments of knowledge and understanding….

Mar 14 10:59


Up to 412,000 deaths a year in the U.S. can be attributed to lead exposure, according to a new study published Monday in The Lancet Pubilc Health.

Of that figure, exposure to the toxic metal may be an "important, but largely overlooked" risk factor behind the 256,000 annual cardiovascular disease deaths in the country, the authors found.

“Our study findings suggest that low-level environmental lead exposure is an important risk factor for death in the USA, particularly from cardiovascular disease," the paper states. "It is not surprising that lead exposure is overlooked; it is ubiquitous, but insidious and largely beyond the control of patients and clinicians."

New research from @TheLancetPH: Historical #lead exposure may be linked to 256000 premature deaths from #CVD in adults the #USA each year

— The Lancet (@TheLancet) March 12, 2018

Webmaster's Commentary: 

These numbers are completely insane; why, in the name of heaven, is this epidemic of poisoning allowed to continue in this country?!?

I will tell you why; infrastructure decay in the water systems in the US is being allowed to continue because there is no money with which to fix it.

Unfortunately, the people of Flint, Michigan, are not at all alone in their water quality problems, which is continuing to cause health issues with its kids.

How much have you heard in the corporate presstitute media regarding the continuing problems with Flint?!? Very little, if anything at all.

I found the following article from January of this year:

Even after Flint, lead-free water lines may be a pipe dream in Michigan

Mar 14 10:25

Trump Thinks a Militarized ‘Space Force’ Is a ‘Great Idea’

During a speech delivered at San Diego’s Marine Corps Air Station Miramar on Tuesday, President Donald Trump said he was interested in establishing a “Space Force” to protect American military interests in outer space.

“My new strategy for space recognizes that space is a warfighting domain, just like the land, air, and sea,” Trump said. “You know I was saying it the other day, because we are doing a tremendous amount of work in space. I said, ‘maybe we need a new force, we can call it the Space Force,’ and I was not really serious, and then I said, ‘what a great idea, maybe we’ll have to do that. That could happen. That could be the big breaking story.’”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

To SOMEONE in President Trump's Administration who has his ear: please remind him that such a move will break innumerable treaties to which the US is a signatory, about not weaponising, but exploring, space.

Mar 14 10:07

Largest ever 3D scan of a lava tube reveals stunning 'volcanic wormhole' in Spain's La Cueva de Los Verdes

When human settlers one day reach distant worlds, they might take refuge inside extensive underground networks known as planetary caves.

Scientists in recent years have proposed volcanic caves as a potential place for safe habitats on the moon and Mars.

But, to understand how this might work, we must first look at similar systems here at home.

A team of ESA-backed researchers recently ventured into the La Cueva de los Verdes lava tube in Spain to map the nearly 5 mile (8 kilometer) ‘lava tube’ in unprecedented detail, revealing the intricate features of the ‘volcanic wormhole.’

Mar 14 10:05

Why US healthcare is more expensive than all other wealthy nations - but life expectancy is the LOWEST

Americans spend nearly twice as much on health care than other high-income countries, yet they have the lowest life expectancy, a new study reveals.

People in the US shell out $9,403 a year on health care services, while wealthy nations like Germany spend on average a little more $5,000.

While it's been said that Americans use more medical services than peer countries, leading to higher costs, the study found salaries of physicians, as well as higher pharmaceutical prices play a significant roles in health care costs.

The study, conducted by researchers at Harvard University, debunks many of the common beliefs people have about why the US spend so much money on healthcare.

Mar 14 10:03

Nearly 1,500 cubic MILES of snow pile up across North America every year, new estimates reveal

More snow is covering North America than scientists previously realized, according to a new study.

Researchers from Ohio State University discovered that the amount of snow covering the continent is a whopping 50 percent above the amount scientists previously believed to be blanketing North America.

The researchers discovered that about 1,200 cubic miles of snow accumulate each year.

The analysis, published in Geophysical Research Letters, said that if the snow were to be distributed evenly across North America it would be slightly over seven-and-a-half inches deep.

If the snow were to fall in Ohio only it would be 150 feet deep.

Mar 14 09:32

‘There is no heaven or afterlife, that is a fairy story’: How Stephen Hawking confronted the dark realities of his own death

Professor Stephen Hawking passed away today at the age of 76, after battling motor neuron disease for 55 years.

He lived with the prospect of an early death for decades - and it made him confront its dark realities head on.

The physicist famously said 'there is no heaven or afterlife', describing the belief that we live on after death as a 'fairy story'.

He believed that living your best life was more important than hoping for a heaven.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There is no heaven or hell but what we make here on Earth.

Mar 14 09:23

U.S. taxpayers gave abortion groups $1.6 billion in three years: gov’t report

Abortion organizations received approximately $1.6 billion of U.S. taxpayer money from 2013 to 2015, according to a new government report.

This report comes from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), which examined federal funding for providers of “preventive, reproductive, and diagnostic health care services in the United States or abroad.”

According to the report, during the fiscal years 2013 to 2015, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) gave away a total of roughly $27 billion in such funds. Some of this money funded abortion entities International Planned Parenthood Federation, Marie Stopes International, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA).

Mar 14 09:03

Scientists claim people will “love refugees” once they are dosed with oxytocin, the hormone produced by babies to make their mothers love them

The presence of refugees has been causing a lot of controversy among the locals in many areas, particularly in Europe, and now German scientists have found a simple way to take care of those who are less accepting of their plight: Research has found that people can simply be drugged into compliance with the help of some hormones.

According to a study carried out by the University of Bonn in Germany, giving people oxytocin and exposing them to some “positive social pressure” can make them be kinder toward refugees, even if they are afraid of them.

Oxytocin is a hormone that is naturally released in the blood and brains of mammals during sexual and social behavior. It is sometimes called the “cuddle hormone,” and it is produced by women in labor to help them to bond with their new babies. Research shows it can help breed generosity and trust in other people, so the scientists set out to see if it could be an effective way for people to be more accepting of migrants.

Mar 14 09:03

Oxytocin-enforced norm compliance reduces xenophobic outgroup rejection

In the midst of rapid globalization, the peaceful coexistence of cultures requires a deeper understanding of the forces that compel prosocial behavior and thwart xenophobia. Yet, the conditions promoting such outgroup-directed altruism have not been determined. Here we report the results of a double-blind, placebo-controlled experiment showing that enhanced activity of the oxytocin system paired with charitable social cues can help counter the effects of xenophobia by fostering altruism toward refugees. These findings suggest that the combination of oxytocin and peer-derived altruistic norms reduces outgroup rejection even in the most selfish and xenophobic individuals, and thereby would be expected to increase the ease by which people adapt to rapidly changing social ecosystems.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, the globalists are going to drug us all to accept the refugees!

Even though the drug is actually harmful!

Mar 14 09:01


Medical freedom and human rights won when four vaccine bills were defeated. With the concerted efforts of grassroots activists and independent media, all four anti-freedom bills have been officially withdrawn and defeated.

Not long ago, The Daily Sheeple reported that Florida state was seeking to mandate vaccinations of all school children with the horribly ineffective and dangerous HPV vaccine.

According to Green Med Info, the two identical bills submitted to the Florida Senate and the House of Representatives in January mandating HPV vaccines for school children have been defeated. Two other bills released the same month which would have forced those who opt out of vaccines for their children to be entered into a centralized database which would track their whereabouts (and make possible State-mandated “home visits” to coerce and force vaccine compliance), have also been withdrawn from the Florida Senate and House. All four bills were permanently withdrawn on 3/10/2018.

Mar 14 08:59

Trump To Marines: "Very Soon We Are Going To Mars, We May Even Have A 'Space Force!'"

"Very soon we are going to Mars. You wouldn't have been going to Mars if my opponent won. That I can tell ya. You wouldn't even be thinking about it. Wouldn't be thinking about it... Space is a war-fighting domain. We may even have a space force... Think about it! SPACE FORCE!"

Mar 14 08:44

Italy VOLCANO threat: Seismic swarm of earthquakes hit ancient volcanic area

In Pisciarelli-Agnano, at least one nursery school had been evacuated already by 2.30pm when the largest tremor was felt by pupils, parents and residents.

The Director of the Vesuvius Observatory, Dr Francesca Bianco, has made an effort to calm fears among local residents as the tremors cause disruption to schools and local businesses.

Dr Bianco clearly took the view that in her capacity as Director of the Vesuvius Observatory, it was right to issue a statement that sought to clarify the situation for those residents who might have been affected.

In her statement, Dr Bianco suggested that nobody should be frightened by the tremors they might have felt over recent hours and that this situation - with earthquakes and tremors affecting the region - has been going on for a number of years.

Mar 14 08:34

Row between Serbia & Kosovo slowing European clocks by 6 minutes

Millions of clocks across Europe are running more than six minutes late because of diplomatic tensions between Serbia and Kosovo. The situation is so bad it is literally impacting the European electrical grid.

Unlike normal wall clocks and watches, which keep time using quartz crystals, electric clocks use the frequency of the power grid to keep time. Europe’s huge interconnected network, which spans from Spain to Turkey and from Poland to The Netherlands, is run at a frequency of 50 Hz, or 50 cycles per second.

Supply and demand can cause the frequency to rise and fall fractionally, but it always averages out to 50 Hz. If you’re really interested you can actually watch the grid frequency live on Swissgrid’s website.

Mar 14 08:32

Venezuela Faces the Return of Forgotten Diseases

Diseases that haven't been prevalent in years are recurring in Venezuela as malnutrition and the lack of basic sanitation increase. Do you know what forgotten diseases are endemic where you live?

Mar 14 08:16

President Trump Slams Hillary Clinton And Obama During Speech at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station

Is there any doubt that our fighting men and women are thrilled to have a commander-in-chief like President Donald Trump?

During a speech at the Miramar Marine Corps Air Station base in California Tuesday, Trump was met with admiration and cheers, no more so than when he made comments savaging his former opponent Hillary Clinton, and former President Barack Obama.

The President touted his plan to make space exploration great again, outlining a goal to send astronauts back to the moon and even looking at developing a mission to Mars, something he claims would never happen had Clinton won in 2016.

“Very soon we are going to Mars,” he announced. “You wouldn’t have been going to Mars if my opponent won. That I can tell you. You wouldn’t even be thinking about it.”

Mar 14 07:35

Putin’s Missiles: Deterring an American Attack?

Putin’s March 1st presentation of new Russian weapons has been greatly misunderstood as a declaration of strategic parity or triumphalism. There was a much more urgent need, namely, to prevent an imminent strike. This danger is not over yet, for a week later, on March, 7, President Putin emphasised his readiness to employ the nuclear weapons for retaliation purposes, even if it would end the world.

The sharply raised stakes were a game-changer. Who knows what will be the Russian response on this or other action of the Western allies? The warlike neocons say Russia is all talk, all bluff. Realists say that the US may suffer the humiliating and painful loss of its CSGs with thousands of lives at sea. The US President had enjoyed the previous strike of Syria with dozens of Tomahawks before returning to his beautiful chocolate cake. If the strike were revisited upon the striking SCGs – this is totally different matter.

Mar 13 22:54

Scientist Stephen Hawkings has died at 76

A great Cosmologist a Theortical physicist Mr.Stephen Hawkings is no more

Mar 13 12:41

Reality Check: Mass Shootings & Psychiatric Drugs

Let’s start with a question. When it comes to the debate over mass shootings in America, why does the discussion always go toward tougher gun laws?

And yet, we are not talking about the role of antidepressants and other psychiatric medication.

The truth? The connection between mass shooters and these medications is stunning.

Let’s give it a Reality Check you won’t get anywhere else.

Mar 13 11:33

FLASHBACK: Elliott Abrams and Gina Haspel – ghastly choices

From the frying pan into the fire! Your new CIA director.
Gina Haspel, CIA Deputy Director

The other uninspiring appointee that unfortunately made it through the vetting process is Gina Haspel, who was named as Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency on February 2nd. She was reportedly involved in the rendition and torture programs ca. 2003-4 and actually was senior officer in charge of one of the overseas prisons located in Thailand, which was the epicenter of the “enhanced interrogation” program and the site where al-Qaeda prisoner Abu Zubaydah was waterboarded 83 times, “tortured so brutally that at one point he appeared to be dead.” In 2005 she also ordered the destruction of the video tapes made of the interrogations to avoid providing evidence to any congressional inquiry into what had gone on.

Mar 13 11:21


Every time there are reports of a mass shooting, there are a number of people who automatically question whether the suspect had mental health issues or was taking prescription medications such as antidepressants.

While history has shown that the most notorious mass shooters in this century were taking antidepressants or Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) before they carried out the deadly rampages, there are a number of killings that have been linked directly to the dangerous drugs. In fact, the pharmaceutical companies behind the most popular SSRI’s have paid hundreds of millions of dollars in damages:



Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Presidents of these large pharmaceutical companies, who know the risks, but do not inform doctors or patients of these substantial risks, should be prosecuted for selling unsafe products, and should be doing hard jail time - not in a Club Fed.

That should begin to cure the problem.

Unfortunately, that will only happen in this country when pigs discover that they are aerodynamic, as Big Pharma handsomely pays off candidates for high office, overtly, and covertly, to look the other way, when their products cause grevious harm to end users

Mar 13 10:36


An out-of-control Chinese space station full of "highly toxic" chemicals may crash into lower Michigan, reports, which has predicted an April 3 reentry with a margin of error of one week before and after. While the list of possible targets include locations in Northern China, South America, Southern Africa, Northern Spain and the United States. Lower Michigan in particular is among the regions with the highest probability of a direct hit.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

With a margin of error of a week on either side, it is premature to suggest where the space station will land. But if it does hit the US, count on it being used to rabble-rouse against China!

Mar 13 10:24

How to create your own emergency food supply on a budget

There are two main reasons why some people choose not to be preppers: Number one, they feel as though they will never find themselves in a SHTF scenario, and number two, they aren’t prepared to ....

Mar 13 10:14

Smartphone Addiction Or Brainwave Entrainment?

The use of SSSS technology was spectacularly used in the early 1990s Gulf War against Saddam Hussein.

Mar 13 09:55


An out-of-control Chinese space station full of "highly toxic" chemicals may crash into lower Michigan, reports, which has predicted an April 3 reentry with a margin of error of one week before and after. While the list of possible targets include locations in Northern China, South America, Southern Africa, Northern Spain and the United States. Lower Michigan in particular is among the regions with the highest probability of a direct hit.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This continues to be an occupational hazard in the exploration of space; I would like to hope that Chinese and American scientists are working together like crazy to extablish a reasonable trajectory, and get people evacuated from potential tartget areas just as soon as humanly possible.

Mar 13 09:40


A good way to scare yourself is by googling "phosphorus shortage." Agriculture requires lots of phosphorus for fertilizer, and after it's spread on crops, most of it gets washed into the ocean, where it is irrecoverable. Without phosphorus, food production will plummet, unless people come up with new ways to grow food.

From the Global And Chinese Phosphate Fertilizer Industry, 2018 Market Research Report:

In 2007, at the current rate of consumption, the supply of phosphorus was estimated to run out in 345 years. However, some scientists thought that a "peak phosphorus" will occur in 30 years and Dana Cordell from Institute for Sustainable Futures said that at "current rates, reserves will be depleted in the next 50 to 100 years."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There are alternate forms of natural, and sustainable, food production; they just have to pencil out economically before they can become more widespread.

Mar 13 08:41

NASA's 'HAMMER' spacecraft will swat away asteroids before they hit Earth

Earth has witnessed a number of close shaves with asteroids – many of which have missed our planet by just a tiny distance.

However, there is always a minute chance of these stray space rocks hitting Earth and a backup plan is certainly required in case it does happen.

NASA dutifully has that covered and plans to deal with potential asteroid impacts through HAMMER – a spacecraft being built by the space agency that will smash any harmful looking asteroids out of the sky before they have a chance to hit the planet.

Mar 13 08:21

A Drone's View Of The Earth (40 Pics)

Drones may be responsible for some serious destruction but they definitely take some great pictures.

Mar 13 07:26

Massive solar storm that will slam Earth TOMORROW could knockout power supplies, damage satellites and trigger stunning auroras

A huge solar storm is heading for Earth, and it's likely to hit tomorrow.

The storm could knockout satellites, disrupt power supplies and spark stunning displays of the Northern Lights.

It was created last week by an enormous explosion in the sun's atmosphere known as a solar flare, and charged particles from that flare are now on their way to our planet.

The arrival of the solar storm coincides with the formation of 'equinox cracks' in Earth's magnetic field, which form around the equinoxes on March 20 and September 23 each year.

These cracks weaken our planet's natural protection against charged particles and could leave commercial flights and GPS systems exposed to the incoming storm.

The cracks also mean stargazers are more likely to catch glimpses of the Northern lights this week.

Mar 13 07:17

Gulf Of Mexico Caldera Getting Very Hot

Mar 13 06:31

Facing Budget Cuts, The Infectious Disease Industry Prepares For A Communicable Disease That Doesn’t Exist Yet

Lo and behold, just after an infectious disease expert said in news reports that the world needs to prepare for the next deadly flu pandemic that is predicted to kill 200 million and that the infectious disease industry needs an additional $7.5 billion to prevent such an occurrence (wouldn’t have anything to do with steep budget cuts planned for government agencies that oversee disease control and vaccines, would it?), the World Health Organization (WHO) includes in its 2018 list of disease priorities “disease x.”

“Nobody can tell you what Disease X is, or what it will become, because it is a future planned unknown infectious disease the WHO says it must begin to prepare for.”

Here is how WHO describes it:

Mar 13 05:58

USDA withdraws organic livestock rule

USDA on Monday announced it is withdrawing the beleaguered Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices final rule published in January 2017, citing significant policy and legal issues.

The rule would have added new provisions for livestock handling and transportation for slaughter, and avian living conditions in organic production. It would also have expanded existing requirements for livestock care and production practices.

The Organic Trade Association contends there is overwhelming support for the rule by the organic industry and consumers. In September, it filed a lawsuit against USDA alleging the agency violated the Organic Food Production Act by delaying the rule’s effective date.

The rule was passed in the final days of the Obama administration and was initially set to go into effect March 20, 2017. A regulatory freeze by incoming President Trump pushed implementation back to May 19, 2017.

Mar 13 05:49

Explosive eruption at Shinmoedake volcano in Japan

Mar 13 05:42

Nestle called out for false health claims and deceptive marketing of its infant formula

The baby formula market is worth over $47 billion a year and is expected to increase by a further 50 percent in the next three years. Of the four biggest companies raking in most of these profits – Nestlé, Danone, Mead Johnson Nutrition and Abbott – Nestlé takes the lion’s share of the spoils, with a massive 22 percent market share.

While baby formula is one of the planet’s fastest growing and most lucrative markets, it is also fiercely competitive, with companies allocating massive budgets to marketing campaigns. This is particularly true in third world countries, where mothers longing for westernization have been hooked on formula for decades.

Nestlé is no stranger to controversy. Back in the 1970s, the company was accused of promoting its baby formulas to third world mothers, convincing them that it was more convenient and just as beneficial as breastmilk. In reality, formula is much more expensive and far less healthy than breastmilk.

Mar 12 11:51

World health chief stokes the panic fires by warning that a catastrophic global pandemic is imminent… humanity WIPEOUT foreshadowed?

Dr. Tedros Adhanom, director-general for the World Health Organization (WHO), has said that the next outbreak that will hit us will be a “terrible” one, causing huge amounts of death all over the world. Fears of a pandemic have been hovering lately after the worst flu outbreak in recent years devastated Australia, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

More recently, the mosquito-borne Zika virus crisis, rocked 70 countries in 2016 and worried scientists the world over. The Zika virus can cause microcephaly, or an abnormally small head, in babies. It spread all over South America in 2016.

Mar 12 11:25

Night turned into day: Dazzling ‘meteor’ blazes across sky in Russian Urals (VIDEOS)

Residents of the Russian Urals have reported a colorful fireball lighting up the night sky before hearing loud booms. The meteor is said to have emitted red, yellow and orange light as it was falling.