Nov 22 08:27

New flu vaccine contains Gulf war syndrome adjuvant

Pharmaceutical giant Novartis has just rolled out a new flu vaccine, FLUAD, intended for Americans age 65 and over. And the vaccine, developed for the 2016-2017 flu season, contains a nasty surprise – squalene, the substance many say is responsible for triggering Gulf war syndrome.

Nov 22 00:20

Here's Where Food-Stamp Use Has Increased the Most

2 HOURS AGO Ryan McMaken
In an earlier post we looked at nationwide growth in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as "food stamps."

Nov 22 00:02


Those hoping for the Trump presidency to somehow derail this Fourth Turning are delusional. Fourth Turnings never de-intensify. They build to a bloody crescendo, with the existing social order left in tatters and clear winners and losers. I think it is useful to describe this Fourth Turning in terms everyone should understand. J.R.R. Tolkien wrote his Lord of the Rings trilogy in the midst of the last Fourth Turning. It’s not a coincidence the heroic figure of Gandalf the Grey saves the day during the Battle of Helm’s Deep. He was the Grey Champion.

Nov 21 22:04

Cannonball Elder wants Protesters who started Riot to Leave the Camp

Last night about 400 protesters illegally trespassed on the Backwater Bridge, trying to pass the blockades.
About a dozen fires were set near the bridge and the Red Warrior Camp.
Law enforcement officers remained on the scene until the bridge was cleared, early Monday morning.

Terry Martinez is an elder at the camp.

Terry Martinez: I joined them because, as a spiritual leader, you have to be with your people. So I too was spray, canonized, concussion cannon. I was shot with rubber bullets.

He says the riot was started by eight DAPL protesters.

Nov 21 21:21

Ranchers Speak Out About Butchered, Missing Bison

BISMARCK, ND - We have heard complaints about missing and butchered livestock throughout the Dakota Access protest, but now, one rancher is speaking out.

Ernie and Beverly Fischer are worried about their bison.

"We are missing a fairly large amount of Bison, we believe that 13 of them have been butchered, killed," said Ernie Fischer.

He thinks protesters are killing his animals. Ernie says a full grown bull can sell for about $5,000. He's not sure how he can recoup his losses.

Nov 21 21:14

DAPL protester says things aren't what they seem at the protest camps

In a nutshell,Alinskyite tactics.

CANNON BALL, N.D. - A protester of the Dakota Access Pipeline says things aren't what they seem down at the protest camp site.

"I have seen protesters actually try and incite the police. They have instructed people on how to get arrested, and part of their team is also telling people that, 'don't worry if you are brutalized or whatever, even if it is your fault, because we can sue,'" says Thompson.

Nov 21 19:49

Connecting Two Continents: The Ultimate Engineering Challenge

The Bering Strait was last crossed by humans 20,000 years ago during the ice age, when ice formed a bridge between North America and Asia. Today, 47 miles and some of the harshest ocean and arctic conditions separate the two continents.

However, there are many who believe there would be great economical, sociological, and political value in connecting the two land masses by bridge or tunnel. Imagine being able to travel from London to Moscow to Washington, DC, all over land.

Nov 21 19:43

FLASHBACK: Russia Green Lights $65 Billion Siberia-Alaska Rail and Tunnel to Bridge the Bering Strait!

If things don't get messed up we have great things to do here on Planet Earth and beyond!

In what could certainly be one of the boldest infrastructure developments ever announced, the Russian Government has given the go-ahead to build a transcontinental railway linking Siberia with North America. The massive undertaking would traverse the Bering Strait with the world’s longest tunnel – a project twice the length of the Chunnel between England and France. The $65 billion project aims to feed North America with raw goods from the Siberian interior and beyond, but it could also provide a key link to developing a robust renewable energy transmission corridor that feeds wind and tidal power across vast distances while linking a railway network across 3/4 of the Northern Hemisphere.

Nov 21 15:49

Not a Flashback: Fukushima 2.0! 10+ FT Tsunami After Powerful Earthquake Strikes Japan Off Fukushima

  • NHK: First 3 Foot Tsunami Hists Port of Soma
  • Officials: Evacuate, Warn 2nd and 3rd waves will be higher.
  • NHK Tsunami reports coming in all over Japan.
  • TEPCO: Water circulation as FUKUSHIMA Cooling pools has stopped - NO "IMMEDIATE" Danger - DEJA VU that's what they said last time.

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Nov 21 15:21

Tsunami warning issued after massive 7.3-magnitude earthquake strikes off Fukushima in Japan 

An earthquake of magnitude 7.3 struck early on Tuesday, local time, off the Japanese coast, some 67 km northeast of Iwaki, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

The USGS reported the quake with a depth of 10 km struck about 6am and tsunami waves began to hit Japan's Pacific coast about 7am.

The epicentre of the quake is near Fukushima, where an earthquake in 2011 caused a nuclear plant to have a meltdown.

Tsunami waves are estimated to reach three metres tall in areas on Tuesday.

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If a tsunami floods the reactor site, it could trigger an increase in the spontaneous fission taking place in the ruined cores down in the ground.

Nov 21 14:46

Monsanto Desperately Hoping to Hide New Food Safety Test Results

Waking Times

New testing conducted by an FDA-registered food safety lab found alarming levels of the chemical glyphosate (known as Monsanto’s Roundup weed-killer) in several very common foods. This independent research reveals that many popular foods have over 1000 times the glyphosate levels that have been established to be harmful.

Nov 21 14:44

20 Medical Studies That Show Cannabis Can Potentially Cure Cancer

Waking Times Media

Cannabis has been making a lot of noise lately. Multiple states across the United States, along with many countries around the world, have successfully legalized medical marijuana, and the Uruguay parliament recently voted to create the world’s first legal marijuana market.

Nov 21 14:22

M7.3 - 61km ESE of Namie, Japan

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That probably rattled all that radioactive fuel debris under Fukushima.

Nov 21 13:44

9/11 Study Concludes “Fire Could Not Have Caused Collapse”

Preliminary results of a two-year University of Alaska Fairbanks 9/11 study looking into the destruction of World Trade Center 7 indicates that “office fires” could not possibly have caused the collapse.

Nov 21 11:00

Overnight 'riot' leads to clash between pipeline protesters, law enforcement at bridge site

The burned out vehicles were the same ones the protesters burned on the bridge several days earlier. They are also killing local ranchers livestock! Alinskyite tactics people!

MORTON COUNTY, N.D. — Pipeline protesters attempted to remove burned out vehicles blocking the Backwater Bridge on Highway 1806, which led to an hours-long standoff with police using fire hoses to repel protesters on Sunday night, Nov. 20.

Nov 21 10:57

Scott Hennen: Dakota Access Pipeline protesters aided, trained by Seattle pros

How about some balanced coverage.

FARGO—It's been more than three months, and the anti-Dakota Access Pipeline protesters who claim to be defending tribal lands and water have only escalated their tactics in Morton County, N.D.

Between setting fires that have made a bridge impassable, throwing Molotov cocktails at law enforcement and killing local livestock, these protesters have been causing fear, terror and economic devastation.

What I've also noticed is that these eco-terrorists seem well trained and well organized, as if professionals were helping them. Who might these professionals be?

The other day, I noticed someone in Bismarck wearing a fleece vest with a logo for "Pyramid Communications" and decided to look up who they were. Pyramid is a Seattle-based communications firm that claims to give "voice to good causes."

Nov 21 10:48


Therefore, Palestinians stand in solidarity with the Souix

Nov 21 10:35


Stevie Van Zandt, longtime member of Bruce Springsteen’s E-Street Band, actor, and activist, doesn’t have much in common politically with Vice President-Elect Mike Pence, but apparently Mr. Van Zandt has even less in common with what he described as bullying tactics by the cast of the Broadway play Hamilton. The iconic rock guitarist blasted the Broadway ensemble for its lack of respect and then pushed back against anyone who thought that behavior was acceptable.

I Am A Patriot by Stevie Van Zandt. Listen to the words!

Nov 21 10:28

Scientists Are Predicting Polar Vortex To Bring Big Freeze And Coldest Winter For Five Years :”People Should Be Prepared For a Real Flagstaff Winter”

Polar vortex enters Northern U.S.

The stratospheric polar vortex is a large-scale region of air that is contained by a strong west-to-east jet stream that circles the polar region. This jet stream is usually referred to as the polar night jet. The polar vortex extends from the tropopause (the dividing line between the stratosphere and troposphere) through the stratosphere and into the mesosphere (above 50 km). Low values of ozone and cold temperatures are associated with the air inside the vortex.

Nov 21 10:13

Magnitude 6.4 quake hits western Argentina – USGS

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake has hit western Argentina in the province of San Juan, the US Geological Survey reports. The quake was felt across the border in the neighboring country of Chile, eyewitnesses reported on Twitter.

Nov 21 10:11


The Sabra Dipping Company has issued a voluntary recall of some of its hummus and other Middle Eastern spreads over a possible listeria contamination.

The Virginia-based company posted the recall on its website, and on social media on Sunday, saying it was issuing the product recall “out of an abundance of caution.”

The notice said: “We are disappointed to share the news of a voluntary recall with the Sabra community today. We’re recalling this product out of an abundance of caution after finding Listeria Monocytognes at the manufacturing facility, but not in tested finished product.”

“We want to reassure our consumers that our procedures include extensive finished product testing, and no products tested positive for contaminants. We are taking action because consumer safety is a top priority,” the notice also said.

Nov 21 10:08

Riot Police Fire Water Cannon, Rubber Bullets at Unarmed Water Protectors

By Derrick Broze

Police have once again used violent tactics on water protectors as the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline continues into late November.

Since August, North Dakota police have employed many violent tactics against the Standing Rock Sioux and allied “water protectors” who are fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline. On Sunday November 20, we witnessed an increase in the totalitarian tactics as the Morton County Sheriff’s office used rubber bullets, tear gas, and for the first time since conflicts began, a water cannon. There were also reports of “concussion grenades” or stun grenades being thrown by police...

Nov 21 10:08

"It Feels Like A Warzone": 400 North Dakota Pipeline Protesters Clash With Police; 167 Injured

In the latest in a series of protests against the North Dakota oil pipeline project, overnight an estimated 400 protesters clashed with police who fired tear gas at the scene of a similar confrontation last month. The protesters mounted the Backwater Bridge and attempted to force their way past police in what the Morton County Sheriff's Department initially described as an "ongoing riot." Protesters say the pipeline threatens water resources and sacred tribal lands.

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Nov 21 09:01

Video: Red Star Rising? China’s Space Ambitions Skyrocket As The US Loses Ground In Race

The Shenzhou 11 spacecraft has landed safely in China’s northern region of Inner Mongolia with two taikonauts aboard, ending their 30-day mission.

Nov 21 08:03

Law enforcement and 400 Dakota Access Pipeline protesters clash at bridge

A tense standoff is underway between police and protesters against the Dakota Access Pipeline on Sunday.

A sheriff's spokeswoman says that about 400 protesters are involved in what she called a "riot."

The clash is happening north of the protesters' camp in Morton County, North Dakota.

That's where protesters have been trying to stop the construction of the pipeline for months, saying the project will hurt the environment and destroy some historic Native American sites.

Nov 20 20:42

Coca Cola and Pepsi Fund 96 U.S. Health Groups

It sounds like a bad joke, but it's true ...

Nov 20 16:33

New era of 'cut and paste' humans close as man injected with genetically-edited blood

A world where DNA can be rewritten to fix deadly diseases has moved a step closer after scientists announced they had genetically-edited the cells of a human for the first time using a groundbreaking technique.

A man in China was injected with modified immune cells which had been engineered to fight his lung cancer. Larger trials are scheduled to take place next year in the US and Beijing, which scientists say could open up a new era of genetic medicine.

What could possibly go wrong?

Nov 20 16:16

Donald Trump expected to slash Nasa's climate change budget in favour of sending humans back to the moon - and beyond

US President-elect Donald Trump is set to slash Nasa's budget for monitoring climate change and instead set a goal of sending humans to the edge of the solar system by the end of the century, and possibly back to the moon.

Mr Trump, who has called climate change a "Chinese hoax", is believed to want to focus the agency on far-reaching, big banner goals in deep space rather than "Earth-centric climate change spending".

According to Bob Walker, who has advised Mr Trump on space policy, Nasa has been reduced to "a logistics agency concentrating on space station resupply and politically correct environmental monitoring".

Nov 20 14:25

Trump’s pick of Jeff Sessions for attorney general alarms cannabis industry officials

By Marijuana Business Daily staff

Marijuana industry officials reacted with alarm Friday to President-elect Donald Trump’s choice of Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general, citing the Alabama lawmaker’s hostile attitude toward cannabis and MJ legalization.

Industry leaders attending this week’s Marijuana Business Conference & Expo in Las Vegas voiced concern that Sessions would lead a new crackdown on marijuana business in states that have legalized both recreational and medical marijuana.

Nov 20 13:05

Netanyahu to Tell Trump Not to Cancel Iran Nuclear Deal

Listen to this guy Donald. Those guys you appointed,not so much!

Israeli officials have told reporters that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is talking with his national security team on making plans for exactly what they’re going to demand President-elect Donald Trump do to Iran. Surprisingly, it’s not going to include killing the P5+1 nuclear deal.

Nov 20 12:38

Dozens Of Fracking Companies Sued Over Record-Breaking Oklahoma Earthquake

Residents of the small Oklahoma town of Pawnee have filed a class-action lawsuit demanding 27 fracking companies pay for the effects of a 5.8-magnitude earthquake. They claim the companies exercised “reckless disregard for public or private safety.”

Nov 20 10:45

Nov16 Update from the Dakota Access Pipeline protest.

Nov 20 09:28


As a Palestinian in Gaza, I have grown up feeling detached from the rest of the world as Israel tightens its decade-long blockade. I am sure many of you feel the same way. But we are not isolated. We are “soulmates” in the way that counts.

Nov 19 18:46

Zika No Longer An Emergency To The World Health Organization

Zika is still spreading, but the World Health Organization (WHO) no longer views it as a public health emergency. It is hoped the downgrade will benefit long term plans to fight the disease.

The mosquito-borne virus Zika is no longer considered to be an international public health emergency. Before anyone runs to play in a swamp without bug spray, the virus is still a chronic problem. “It is really important that we communicate this very clearly: We are not downgrading the importance of Zika,” the WHO’s Dr. Pete Salama told NPR.

Nov 19 16:12

Legalizing Marijuana is Not the Freedom You Think It Is

By Vin Armani

Number of states with legal recreational marijuana doubles on election night. Massachusetts, California, Nevada, and Maine join Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Alaska to make 8 total states that will permit the sale and possession of cannabis. *Some restrictions may apply ????

Nov 19 12:25

It's official: NASA's peer-reviewed EM Drive paper has finally been published

After months of speculation and leaked documents, NASA's long-awaited EM Drive paper has finally been peer-reviewed and published. And it shows that the 'impossible' propulsion system really does appear to work.

The NASA Eagleworks Laboratory team even put forward a hypothesis for how the EM Drive could produce thrust – something that seems impossible according to our current understanding of the laws of physics.

Nov 19 08:14

France to crack down on national antibiotic addiction

France's government has planned a series of measures in the hopes of seriously cutting down on the nation's dependence on antibiotics.

Nov 19 07:55

Two More States Legalize Hemp, Setting Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition in Practice

By Mike Maharrey

Lost in the shuffle on Election Day, voters in two states legalized industrial hemp, setting the foundation to further nullify federal prohibition in practice.

Provisions authorizing the cultivation of industrial hemp were included in the voter initiatives legalizing marijuana in California and Massachusetts...

Nov 18 22:54

Can you identify these people?

The Portland Police Bureau is asking for the public’s help to identify suspects, persons of interest or critical witnesses in a variety of unsolved cases. If you recognize anyone on this page, click on the photo to leave a tip for the lead investigator. You may remain anonymous. Please join investigators in helping solve these crimes!

Nov 18 22:48

Car spray-painted with anti-Trump graffiti, set on fire in SE Portland

A car was spray-painted with anti-Donald Trump graffiti and then set on fire in southeast Portland.

A reward up to $1,000 is being offered to catch whoever did it.

The owner of the Ford Mustang, Jermaine Streeter, said he was out with friends and came back to find his car destroyed.

"They tagged my vehicle and burned it. You didn't have to torch my vehicle," said Streeter.

Streeter is a Marine and supports President-elect Donald Trump and had a sticker on his car to show it. He now hopes the people who tagged and burned his car are caught.

"I hope they serve some time and understand what it means to have something taken away from them that they worked hard to get.

Nov 18 16:21

One hundred million pieces of junk hurtling around our planet could spell disaster for future space travel

Metal and plastic junk hurtling round the Earth at more than 20 times the speed of sound presents one of the greatest environmental challenges facing humanity, a leading British expert claims.

Dr Hugh Lewis believes the growing problem to be a threat to future generations' hopes of living and working in space.

Cleaning up orbital space 'may take years to achieve' and will require the help of engineers, scientists, lawyers and economists, he says.

Dr Lewis was speaking at the Royal Astronomical Society, London, at the launch of Adrift, a new science and arts project aimed at raising awareness of space junk.

Nov 18 11:57

Space 360: First-Ever Panoramic Video Shot At International Space Station

For the first time in history, we’re filming a panoramic video from the station. It means you’ll see everything we see here, with your own eyes.

Nov 18 10:32

‘Cosmonaut Experience’: RT Launches ‘Space360’ Project

The breathtaking beauty of Earth opens up in RT’s new project “Space 360” through a stunning 360° video from the International Space Station (ISS).

Nov 18 00:19

Obama Should Pardon ‘Dreamer’ Immigrants, Democrats Say

Laura Litvan

November 17, 2016 — 11:25 AM PST Updated on November 17, 2016 — 2:43 PM PST
A group of House Democrats called on President Barack Obama to pardon about 750,000 young undocumented immigrants who are temporarily shielded from deportation under a 2012 executive order, a move that reflects growing concern about a shift in immigration policy expected after President-elect Donald Trump takes power in January.

Nov 17 21:34

Jeff Sessions U.S. Attorney General? Trump comments stir speculation

This is really bad. This guy will start the War On Pot back up full bore unless Donald Trump reins him in.

President-elect Donald Trump hasn't yet announced the members of his cabinet but a brief statement issued Thursday could be an indication Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions is headed to the Justice Department.

Sessions, the first Senator to endorse the business-mogul-turned-politician, met with Trump at his New York office yesterday.
The Trump transition team – lead by Vice President-elect Mike Pence and with Sessions as a vice-chair – issued a statement about the meeting:

Nov 17 15:07

High Tech Automobiles Are Making Some People Sick

Years ago the “new car smell” was found to cause people to experience a sick feeling. The odor that causes the new car smell is made up of volatile organic compounds and other toxic chemicals from glues, paints, vinyl and plastics inside new cars. Those ‘gas out fumes’ can cause headaches,…

Nov 17 13:56

Russia, US discuss plans for two international stations on Moon’s orbit

Russia, US and other partners in the International Space Station project are discussing plans for creating two manned stations orbiting the Moon, the executive director of the Roscosmos corporation for manned space programs, Sergey Krikalyov, has told TASS in an interview. "International groups are considering several options of creating near-Moon infrastructure- in a high elliptical orbit and in a low orbit about 100 kilometers above the Moon’s surface," he said. One may be used to send space probes into deep space, and the other, for missions on the Moon’s surface. "It is not ruled out that infrastructures will be created in both orbits," Krikalyov said...

Nov 17 13:55

Russian cosmonaut, US female astronaut, French saxophonist to fly to world’s sole orbiter

Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky, NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson and European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet will set off for the International Space Station (ISS) from the Baikonur spaceport in Kazakhstan in a new expedition, Russia’s State Space Corporation Roscosmos told TASS on Thursday. "The launch of the transport manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-03 is scheduled for 23:20 Moscow time [20:20 GMT] on November 17," the Roscosmos spokesman said...

Nov 17 11:34

Iran Deal Opponents to Trump: Enforce, Don’t Tear Up Nuclear Deal

This is good.

Long-Time Critics Says Scrapping Deal Would Do More Harm Than Good
by Jason Ditz, November 16, 2016

Large numbers of influential hawks in both parties were outspoken opponents of the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, and went on to try to destroy the deal in Congress, though President Obama ultimately vetoed the bills, keeping the deal intact.

Nov 17 10:01

Pluto's cold heart could be hiding an OCEAN: Dwarf planet's strange spin points to a subsurface sea

Two new papers, based on observations from Nasa's New Horizons probe, claim that a frozen nitrogen pile-up in the dwarf planet's iconic heart-shaped region may have altered Pluto's tilt.

This caused its spin to change which may have also created cracks and tensions in the crust of the dwarf planet that point towards the presence of a hidden sea, which scientists have previously said may host alien life.

In the first paper, researchers suggest a liquid ocean lying deep beneath Pluto's frozen surface is the best explanation for features revealed by the New Horizons probe.

Pluto's ocean, which is likely slushy with ice, lies 93 to 124 miles (150 to 200 km) beneath the dwarf planet's icy surface.

Nov 17 09:07

List Of Parasites And DiseasesMuslims Illegals Bring With Them

This is a list of just some parasites that the freeloading savage invaders are bringing to Europe, the US and Canada and Australia and New Zealand. The list of just some parasites is important because it shows just a sample, a small one at that, of what German and Western doctors are up against. No wonder the German health care system is ready to break. Then there are all of the bacterial, viral and let us not forget psychological diseases that the invaders have brought to the west with them.

Nov 17 09:02

Thousands Of Dead Fish Arrive In New York’s Tony Hamptons

Authorities are trying to figure out why tens of thousands of dead fish were found floating in a canal on New York’s Long Island.

Residents couldn’t believe what they were seeing, or smelling, Monday morning when a massive die-off of bunker fish ended up packed into the Hampton Bays canal in Long Island.

Nov 17 08:42

Presidential Pitchman: Obamacare 'less than your cellphone bill,' $75

Despite widespread reports that Obamacare is getting hit with huge premium increases to an average monthly payment of $300, President Obama put out an infomercial Wednesday claiming that "most people" will only have to pay $75.

"That's less than your cellphone bill," said the president in a new sale pitch.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My Obamacare-compliant health insurance is four times my cell phone bill (two phones), and unlike Obamacare, I actually get to USE my cell phone!

Nov 17 08:39

After NZ Megaquake, enhanced volcanic activity around the world: Frosty, Kilauea, Colima, Santiaguito, Sabancaya

Is it linked or not? Is the Megaquake in New Zealand playing a role in the current enhanced volcanic activity recorded around the world?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I can confirm the increase in activity here in Hawaii, both volcanic and seismic. It may well be that a quake of that magnitude rattled the entire Pacific tectonic plate.

Nov 17 07:24

Medical boards threaten the careers of doctors that question Big Pharma propaganda

The American Medical Association, also known as the AMA, has recently proposed new “ethical and professional” guidelines for physicians. These guidelines would put a stop to doctors who speak out or otherwise rail against convention. The AMA is clearly an agency that has been bought by Big Pharma and is now seeking to dole out punishments to doctors who do not conform to their narrative.

Indeed, this new proposal seeks to target physicians like Dr. Oz, star of his own eponymous TV show, and outlines how physicians ought to “conduct” themselves when in front of the media. In other words, these new guidelines seek to remove freedom of speech from physicians in places where other people can hear them.

Nov 17 00:01

Klychevskoy volcano in Russia’s Far East spews ash to 6 km above sea level

The Klyuchevskoy is the highest active volcano in Eurasia. Its height changes from 4,750 to 4,850 meters above the sea level. There are currently four active volcanoes on the territory of the Russian Far Eastern Kamchatka Krai — Klyuchevskoy, Shiveluch, Bezymyanny, and Karymsky. The activity of the Klyuchevsky volcano in the Russian Far Eastern region of Kamchatka has intensified again, the local department of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ geophysical service told TASS on Thursday. "In the morning, the Klyuchevsky volcano spewed a column of ash to six kilometers above the sea level. This was registered by satellites as the volcano was covered in clouds. Later the slopes of the volcano became visible, and we can see now how it spews steam, gas and ash to 5.5 kilometers above the sea level," the department said.

Nov 16 22:36

Standing Rock Sioux votes to expel rowdy pipeline protesters while weighing lawsuit against police

The Sioux are catching on.

By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 16, 2016
The Standing Rock Sioux tribal council has voted to ask a camp known for its militant anti-pipeline protesters to pack their bags while also preparing for a possible lawsuit against law enforcement.
The minutes from the council’s Nov. 1 meeting posted online this week show that the panel voted 10-0 “to ask Red Warrior Camp to leave,” an apparent sign of the tribe’s uneasiness with the increasingly aggressive tactics used by some activists fighting the Dakota Access pipeline.

Nov 16 13:01

Will Donald Trump embrace the International Space Station?

The International Space Station (ISS) often reports breakdowns, radiation damaging its hull, and the threat of malignant bacteria. For example, about a year ago an American sensor malfunctioned, incorrectly showing an increase of hydrogen nitride. Consequently, the crew had to evacuate and move to the Russian segment for 12 hours. Genuine hydrogen nitride leaks have been frequently observed in the American segment's external thermal control system. The astronauts would have to go out into space and repair the system, replacing the broken parts. Nevertheless, late last year the national participants signed an agreement to prolong the space station's work until 2024. But will the ISS survive until that year? Russian scientists say the space station is in relatively good condition, and it's even possible to continue functioning until 2028. "Something extreme must happen for the ISS to break down entirely," said Ivan Moiseev, scientific director of the Institute of Space Policy in Moscow.

Nov 16 10:18


Doctors have an “ethical responsibility” to back the legalization of drugs, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has advised for the first time.
An editorial in the BMJ, the UK’s most widely-read medical journal, argues that laws against drug use have harmed people across the world, while stressing that drug addiction should be viewed as a health problem and police involvement must end.

The BMJ says the “war on drugs” has failed and “too often plays out as a war on the millions of people who use drugs.”

The call for reform reflects a shift in medical opinion. In June, Britain’s two leading health bodies, the Royal Society for Public Health and the Faculty of Public Health, called for the personal use of drugs to be decriminalized.

The group said criminalizing users deters them from seeking medical help and leads to long-term harm, such as exposure to hard drugs in prison, the breakup of families, and loss of employment.

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Finally, some potential sanity regarding the issue of drugs in the UK!!

Nov 16 08:03

Chop Shop Hospitals

Cutting for Fun, Profits, and Giggles: Surgically Removing the Appendix, Tonsils, and Spleen

According to the World Health Organization, the United States is ranked 38th in life expectancy, indicating that its standard medical practices are inferior to Cuba, South Korea, Costa Rica, Guadeloupe, Singapore, and 31 other nations. The U.S. system of medicine is only slightly superior to the Czech Republic and Slovenia, despite the U.S. spending approximately 16% of its total expenditures every year for health-related expenses. Standard medicine in the U.S. is the world’s most expensive, and yet it is among the least safe.

Nov 16 06:39

BP Deepwater Horizon oil in land-animal food chain

Researchers in Louisiana have discovered traces of oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill in the feathers of birds eaten by land animals.

A team examined the feathers and digestive tract contents of seaside sparrows - measuring signature carbon from spilled oil.

They say it "is the first demonstration that oil from the spill made it into the" food chain of land animals.

The findings are published in the journal Environmental Research Letters.

Nov 15 23:12

#NoDAPL protest draws hundreds in Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Two local protest rallies, part of the "national day of action" against the North Dakota Pipeline, were held Tuesday afternoon in downtown Portland and the Lloyd District.

The two protests started at 4 p.m. outside the Army Corps of Engineers buildings at 333 Southwest 1st Avenue and 1201 Northeast Lloyd Boulevard.

Nov 15 14:18

Toxic Air — The "Invisible Killer" That Stifles 300 Million Children

About 300 million children in the world are living in areas with outdoor air so toxic — six or more times higher than international pollution guidelines — that it can cause serious health damage, including harming their brain development.

This shocking finding has just been revealed by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in a new report — ‘Clear the air for children.’ “Pollutants don’t only harm children’s developing lungs — they can actually cross the blood-brain barrier and permanently damage their developing brains — and, thus, their futures,” UNICEF’s executive director Anthony Lake on Oct 31 said while announcing the report.

Nov 15 13:32

Sonoma County Voter Success Leads To Largest GMO-Free Zone In U.S.

It’s taken some time for word to spread due to the focus on Presidential-elect Donald Trump, but on November 8th, voters in Sonoma County successfully passed Measure M to make growing genetically modified crops illegal.

Measure M passed 55.9% to 44.1% in the county, and led to the largest ever GMO-free zone in the U.S. being formed. Jumboldt, Marin, Mendocino, Santa Cruz, and Trinity Counties have all successfully banned the cultivation of GMO crops in the past. Now, a total of 13,734 square miles is GMO-free, reports Sustainable Pulse.

Nov 15 13:12


What we do know is that TrumpCare, like ObamaCare, will be a neoliberal, markets-first solution. So the country will have oscillated from the left side of the Overton Window to the right, and simple, rugged, and proven single payer will still be unmentionable in polite company; it will be interesting to watch liberals squirm to avoid discussing it. Since we can cross selling insurance across state lines off as any kind of solution, I’d be surprised if TrumpCare didn’t end up looking like a crapified version of the already crapified ObamaCare.[3] For pre-existing conditions in particular, the Republican plans from 2015 all crapify the coverage (with, for example “least 12-18 months of continuous coverage” being required). Too bad the Democrat victory in 2008 was such a squandered opportunity.

Nov 15 12:43

Scott Adams: The Thought Experiment that Broke Your Brain

Here’s a little thought experiment you can try at home. Identify a Clinton supporter who cares deeply about keeping abortion legal. Ask the person if they would support the following change in Federal law:

Nov 15 12:06

Trump To ‘Free NASA’ And Set Sights On Further Space Exploration

Despite criticism from the media about his stance on space policy, President-elect Trump is set to focus NASA mainly on space exploration following his inauguration in January, revealing his interest to “free NASA” from logistics so that they can focus on “space exploration” in a speech last month.

Nov 15 09:57

U.N. officials denounce ‘inhuman’ treatment of Native American pipeline protesters

The United Nations' special rapporteur on the rights of freedom of association and peaceful assembly released a forceful statement Tuesday, calling out U.S. security forces for using violence against protesters peacefully opposing the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota, as well as what he called “the inhuman and degrading conditions” those arrested faced in detention.

Nov 15 09:48

Severe Allergies to Peanuts, Eggs and Dairy Directly Linked to Ingredients in Common Vaccines

Have you read The Peanut Allergy Epidemic by historian Heather Fraser?

She begins by asking us why the peanut allergy epidemic is only found in Western cultures, where at least 4 million people experience the mysterious phenomenon, yet there are virtually no reported cases in India, where peanuts just so happen to be the main ingredient in most baby food products.

Consider this: one century ago, you couldn't find anyone allergic to peanuts, but now it's commonplace for parents to send EpiPens to school for the teacher and nurse to keep near to their children, just in case someone so much as opens a snack in the room that contains peanuts, or even if someone opens a food product that was so much as manufactured in "a facility that processes peanuts."

What's wrong with the human body that it would go into anaphylactic shock from a seemingly harmless food ingredient that couldn't harm a soul a hundred years ago?

Nov 15 00:05

Yandex Browser Download

A Russian browser based on Chromium with Opera extensions put out by the Russian Search Engine Yandex. Works pretty good.

Nov 14 20:13

Phantom open-carry protest prompts shutdown of anti-Trump vigil, TriMet

Rumors, which ultimately proved false, of an armed counter-protest brought an anti-Donald Trump vigil to an early end Sunday night and prompted TriMet to divert all bus and MAX lines away from downtown.

Reporters from The Oregonian/OregonLive were unable to find anyone other than police officers openly carrying firearms in downtown Portland.

The persistent rumor spoke to a city on edge after several nights of violence during anti-Trump demonstrations, including the shooting of a march participant and acts of vandalism that caused at least $1 million in damage.

Nov 14 20:09

DA's office, waiting for police reports, temporarily drops misdemeanor charges against protesters

Two teenagers accused in the early Saturday shooting of an anti-Trump protester on the Morrison Bridge made their first appearances in court Monday.

A 14-year-old boy faces charges of attempted murder, second-degree assault with a firearm and unlawful use of a weapon allegations. Police announced his arrest after saying that one of two 18-year-olds initially arrested wasn't involved in the shooting and was released from jail.

The boy was in a car with others that was trying to get across the bridge when they got into an argument with some protesters, police and witnesses said.

In the meantime, the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office dropped, for now, most of the misdemeanor allegations that police had filed against demonstrators in recent nights until police can complete their paperwork.

Nov 14 14:03

4 Best Health Benefits Of Sweating

Your body has a natural, powerful, built-in system for detoxification that doesn’t require trendy juice cleanses or expensive protocols. All you have to do is sweat! Doctors, health experts, and fitness gurus tell us that we should break a sweat every day – and for good reason. While sweating has a host…

Nov 14 11:56

Obama Quietly Signs Executive Order To Advance Global Vaccination Agenda

Waking Times Media

Last Friday, November 4th, Obama quietly signed an Executive Order titled Advancing the Global Health Security Agenda to Achieve a World Safe and Secure from Infectious Disease Threats.

Nov 14 10:04

HOT NEWS !!! Live footage of New Zealand earthquake 13.11.2016

Nov 14 09:57

Obama Rushes to Implement Climate Treaty Without Congress and Before Trump Can Cancel It

By Eric Blair

The Obama Administration is rushing to implement a global treaty on climate change without a vote in Congress and before Trump can “cancel” the agreement.

Put another way, US will be under global governance without input from the people’s elected representatives. Those protesting the prospect of “fascism” might want to pay attention to this story...

Nov 14 09:29

Chinese Doctor Grows Artificial Ear On Patient's Arm

A plastic surgeon in China has successfully grown an artificial ear on a man’s arm in a pioneering medical procedure.

Nov 14 09:02

Forget Mars Trump wants NASA to visit Jupiter's moon Europa and explore the Solar System!

Neither candidate spoke much about space during the 2016 election, but just before Trump was elected president, he outlined a plan for NASA to move from an Earth-monitoring agency to one devoted to exploration.

When Obama took office, he told NASA to ditch the plan to revisit the moon and concentrate on sending humans to Mars in the 2030s, but Trump has set the space agency only one goal.

The president-elect wants NASA to explore the furthest reaches of the solar system by the end of the century, according to Space Policy Online.

Nov 14 08:46

Brain Concussions In Children And Adults: What To Know About Vaccine Damage

When I was in private practice as a consulting natural nutritionist, often I had moms ask my opinion about their young boys playing football. That was long before “sports concussions” and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) were on people’s minds and in their vocabulary. Admittedly, I was extremely candid about my reservations…

Nov 14 08:37

Hemp Can Make America Great Again!

By Neenah Payne

The good news is we’ve found a plant that can save the world. The bad news is…it’s illegal!

Donald Trump has promised to “Make America Great Again”. President-Elect Trump issued his plan for the first 100 days of his administration which includes repeal of Obamacare and the restoration of our economy. However, his plan is missing the most important step that Trump as a businessman can take to jumpstart our economy and provide the best healthcare — quickly and easily...

Nov 14 00:49

Soros-Funded Anti-Trump Protesters Rioting in Cities Across America: Fomenting National Crisis and Martial Law?

By Joachim Hagopian
November 14, 2016
Globalist investor in murder and mayhem George Soros is at it again, funding his to organize post-election “sour grapes” protests around the country in response to underdog Trump’s surprising President-elect victory. Complicit crime partner mainstream media is having a field day deceitfully spinning these top down, billionaire driven demonstrations as a spontaneous, grassroots populist uprising against racist dictator Donald.

Nov 13 13:04

Dozens of pipeline protesters arrested in latest skirmish

The same people who are financing the Trump protests are behind these oh! so peaceful protestors aka domestic terrorists.

BISMARCK, N.D. — Law officers arrested about three dozen Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters in a confrontation Friday that also shut down a state highway.

The midday incident began after about 100 protesters confronted crews doing dirt work along the pipeline route where pipe had already been laid. Workers were safety evacuated, but protesters threw rocks, vandalized equipment, slashed tires on law enforcement vehicles, and used themselves and vehicles to block a county road and state Highway 6, according to Morton County sheriff’s spokeswoman Donnell Hushka.

Nov 13 08:25

2016’s closest supermoon is November 14

The full moon of November 14, 2016 is not only the biggest, closest and brightest supermoon of the year. It’s the closest supermoon since January 26, 1948. Moreover, the moon won’t come this close to Earth again until November 25, 2034. Should you watch for this full moon on the night of November 14? Sure, but for us in the Americas, the moon is closer to full on the night of November 13.

Nov 13 08:00

M6.2 - 26km N of Chilecito, Argentina

Nov 13 07:59

M7.8 - 53km NNE of Amberley, New Zealand

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Major aftershocks continue. No tsunami threat to Hawaii.

Nov 12 17:03

Mayor, police chief urge Portlanders to avoid anti-Trump protests (live updates)

This guy is an idiot and a very weak man IMHO!

Portland Mayor Charlie Hales and police Chief Mike Marshman urged Portlanders to stay home instead of joining anti-Trump protests, saying they had been hijacked by people promoting violence.

Marshman said officers were locked in a "battle" with elements of the crowd. He said police had been targets of thrown rocks and fireworks, though no officers had been injured by protesters.

He also characterized Saturday's early-morning shooting of a protester on the Morrison Bridge as the type of incident police are trying to avoid.

Hales said residents should continue to patronize Portland businesses. He also urged Portlanders frustrated with the results of Tuesday's election to channel that feeling into support of liberal causes.

Nov 12 15:33

Silicon Valley Technocrats On Collision Course With Populism

Silicon Valley is chock full of Technocrats who worship science and technology as they eschew legitimate political discourse. After all, the scientific engineering of society is best left to them only. Individual citizens are viewed as pesky obstacles. ? TN Editor

Tuesday’s election was an expression of voter angst that heralded a new type of populism. For Silicon Valley, it also marked the ascension of a vision starkly at odds with its own.

The world is changing faster than ever, and Donald Trump’s campaign tapped into concern about where that change is taking the country. Many of the campaign’s central issues—jobs, globalization and immigration—had in common that they were rooted, in large part, in technological change.

The populist wave Mr. Trump rode appears to be on a collision course with the fruits of technology and the people who build it.

Nov 12 10:23

Here’s Donald Trump’s plan for the first 100 days in office

In October, Trump released a “100-day action plan to Make America Great Again.” The campaign said this was “his contract between myself and the American voter – and begins with restoring honesty and accountability, and bringing change to Washington.”

Here are some highlights of his plan:Donald Trump’s 100 Day Plan
Set Congressional term limits
Hiring freeze on all federal employees (exempting military, public safety, and public health)
Create requirement that for every new federal regulation, two existing regulations must be eliminated
Renegotiate NAFTA
Withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership
Allow Keystone Pipeline to move forward.......

Nov 12 10:15

Afghanistan: 4 Americans dead in blast at Bagram Airfield

Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN)Four Americans were killed in an apparent suicide bomb attack early Saturday at Bagram Airfield, the largest US base in Afghanistan, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said.

Nov 12 10:06

Trump Won’t Rip Up Iran Deal, Adviser Confirms

Key Trump foreign policy adviser Walid Phares today offered clarification on the president-elect’s plans for the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, confirming that he intends to “review” the deal, but has no intention of trying to unilaterally rip it up.

Nov 11 21:54

Group that proposed Oregon secede from the union withdraws petition

And just like that, it was over. The two Oregonians who proposed a ballot measure asking Oregon to secede from the union have submitted paperwork to withdraw their petition.

Christian Trejbal, one of the petitioners, said over the phone Friday that the response to the proposed measure was not what he had hoped.

Nov 11 20:54

Protests are Working! — Major Bank Considers Pulling Funds from DAPL if Violations Continue

Waking Times Media

While election madness reached full tilt in recent days, opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline experienced a quiet victory — Norway’s largest bank, DNB, will consider pulling its hefty investment in the project if concerns from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe are not addressed.

Nov 11 20:29

Soros-fronted orgs among groups calling for anti-Trump protests (VIDEO)

Some of the anti-Trump protests in the US have been organized by groups that were sponsored by Clinton sympathizer and billionaire George Soros.
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Among Wikileaks’ Podesta emails was a strategy document involving the Soros-supported and grassroots organizing and funding.

Nov 11 17:18

Is Your VACCINATED Child A ‘Haz Mat’?

What a question to ask: Is your vaccinated child ‘hazardous material’? Wow! However, that’s not flippant at all when one considers the amount of hazardous chemicals and toxic heavy metals being injected into infants starting at day one of life and then at every 2, 4 and 6 month ‘well baby’…

Nov 11 13:51

23 Superfoods For A Healthy Life

‘Superfood’ is a broad term used to identify foods that have research-proven nutritional benefits.

Whether you’re currently suffering from chronic illnesses or want to protect yourself from future health issues, these foods can lower your blood pressure, manage diabetes, improve digestion, help you maintain a healthy weight, improve memory, strengthen your immune system and prevent (even stop the growth of) cancer, to name a few benefits, but you already know you’re supposed to eat your vegetables.

The question is, how?

To help you add these superfoods to your diet, I’ve included tips to incorporate them into your current stable of recipes as well as easy ways to prepare them. You’ll also find must-try recipes from around the web to inspire your culinary journey to a healthier life.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is a shame our medical establishment knows, and shares, so little about nutrition, which is one of the crucial keys to living healthily, along with attitude and exercise.

Nov 11 13:20

Poll: Half of America Can’t Afford More Than $100 a Month on Health Insurance

More than half of Americans—52.5 percent—say they cannot afford to spend more than $100 a month on health insurance premiums, according to a poll from HealthPocket, a technology company that compares health plans.

The group asked survey respondents at the beginning of open enrollment what was the highest monthly premium they could afford to pay for health insurance in 2017.

More than half of respondents said $100 a month or less, while 15.9 percent said they could afford to spend $200 a month.

Just over 11 percent said they could afford $300 a month, 5.5 percent said they could afford $400 a month, and 4.8 percent said they could spend $500 a month, while and 9.8 percent said they could afford $500 or more.

“Double-digit rate increases for people purchasing insurance in the Affordable Care Act market has renewed questions regarding what people can afford to pay for coverage,” the survey states.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We are seeing droves of people avoid regular checkups because they do not have the money to pay,and cannot afford the more expensive programs, under Obamacare, which is rekitting as I type this.

I hope President-Elect Trump finds a way of making health care more accessible and affordable for more people.

In Europe, there are many, very basic "single payer" programs which people are required to buy; need is completely matched to care, and the insurance companies make their money by selling more elaborate policies when they can.

Nov 11 13:15

Trump adviser: He might rethink Israel, Iran plans

Excellent Donald! Excellent! Bravo and Huzzah!

President-elect Donald Trump might not move too quickly to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and rip up the Iran nuclear agreement — two actions he promised during his campaign, a top adviser said.

Trump will instead focus on brokering an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal, foreign policy adviser Walid Phares said.

Nov 11 13:10


Colleges and universities nationwide are establishing "safe spaces" for students troubled by the results of the 2016 presidential election, offering everything from counseling hours to painting activities.

St. Mary’s university has embraced the trend of colleges shielding students from the presidential election, offering a safe space with “warm drinks” and “nourishment” for students who are stressed by results.

Ete Martinez Anderson, the assistant dean of Student Life, sent a school-wide email encouraging students to “take a deep breath” and console each other in the Intercultural Center (ICC) and the Women’s Resource Center (WRC).

“Whether you’re celebrating a victory or grieving a loss, let us remember to take care of each other,” Martinez Anderson wrote, informing students that they could come to the WRC to “paint, engage in creative projects, dialogue, and reflect.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The colleges doing this are really doing their students an horrific disservice.

Real life holds absolutely zero safe spaces, and the sooner students understand this, the better they will be able to cope with the disappointments they will have to endure along the way of becoming self-actualized human beings.

But what has to happen here, after all the consoling, the art work, and the dialogue, is that these students coming to grips with the reality of why their favored candidate didn't win the election, and taking practical steps to avoid such a situation in 2020.

1. The Clinton Cartel machine robbed Bernie Sanders of his chance at the Presidency by cheating every possible, creative way they could. That is a fact, now substantiated in various lawsuits around the country. Had Sanders been the Democratic nominee, I could have very well gotten behind him, and supported him; but the Clinton Cartel made absolutely certain that was not going to happen.

2. Although Clinton likely won the popular vote, she did not win enough votes in the Electoral College to swing the election her way. One practical thing college students may want to get behind is sponsoring legislation to do away with the electoral college completely; trust me, many Democratic Legislators may want to get behind this in a big way right now!

3. Students should advocate that the National Democratic Committee get rid of their crooked, globalist, sociopathic leaders and replace them with individuals who actually care about the people of this country. Donna Brazile should be bounced out of her position in party leadership yesterday. Perhaps this would be a meaningful, constructive way of bringing Sanders back perhaps as party co-chair with (now) Senator Tammy Duckworth, the first Asian-American Senator from Illinois who is also a disabled Veteran.

4. Students need to understand that at the end of the day, this election was a referendum on continued economic - and social -costs of globalization, versus the choice to re-embrace American nationalism; and because of all the hurt globalism has caused so many people in this country, getting their jobs offshored/outsourced to a country with ultra low labor costs, like Malaysia, where the use of slave labor is still the norm. Those jobs had been the bedrock of middle class America, and that has been collapsing before our eyes.

5. Perhaps, at the end of their "safe spaces odyssey", these students need, instead their "Buddha on the Road" moment, to see what has happened to this country over the last 12 years. These wars, promoted by both Bush and Obama, have not made us anymore "safe"; they have, however, lined the pockets of major corporations quite well, but cost We the People trillions. Domestically, effects of homelessness and hunger have escalated mightily over the last 12 years.

Homeless tent cities expand all over the US in 2016

Childhood Hunger in America

And I really hope that their first response to this is an honest anger, that things could be allowed to get so bad in this country, and then, secondly, to reflect, and ask themselves what THEY are going to do to make things better where they are? And one of the first things that comes to mind is, they can volunteer at some charity they feel good about, which does feed the homeless, help the lonely elderly, and medically fragile. That is one, positive, and way of taking ownership, locally, of some of the daunting issues facing this country today, and it is something that everyone can do, to at least a small degree.

When the Amish raise a barn, the work is done in one day, because everyone is working cooperatively, and in the spirit of good will. Having your "safe space" will, ultimately not get the barn built, and in their despair, I think this what these students really need to hang on to; a sense that they can make a positive difference by what they are doing in the community.

Nov 11 12:15


Diet soda is supposed to offer you the sweetness of regular soda without any additional calories. However, new information has confirmed that diet soda is actually linked to a myriad of health problems including diabetes and Alzheimer’s.

Aspartame may result in methanol toxicity, which has recently been linked to Alzheimer’s disease. Good diet and nutrition is key to helping people ward off the worst form of dementia, but many may think that diet soda is not doing their body any harm and drink it in excess despite an otherwise healthy diet.

Diet soda can also cause unwanted weight gain. While your body digests this artificial sweetener, your cravings for real sugar actually increase. The chemical can also make it so that your appetite becomes bigger, so instead of losing weight, you’ll be fighting off cravings for fatty and sugary foods.

Recently leaked emails from Podesta show that originally there were concerns about approving aspartame by the FDA altogether.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No matter if it ultimately kills you, the FDA will usually approve a substance, if it makes money for the manufacturer.

Thinking that the FDA is there for your health and safety can prove very hazardous to your health!!

Nov 11 10:42

Obama Quietly Signs Executive Order to Achieve Global Vaccination Agenda

By Vin Armani

Last Friday, November 4th, Obama quietly signed an Executive Order titled Advancing the Global Health Security Agenda to Achieve a World Safe and Secure from Infectious Disease Threats.

“It is the policy of the United States to advance the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), which is a multi-faceted, multi-country initiative intended to accelerate partner countries’ measurable capabilities to achieve specific targets to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats (GHSA targets), whether naturally occurring, deliberate, or accidental.”

So basically, the agenda is to push vaccines and normalize quarantine procedures across nations during outbreaks...

Nov 11 10:41

Lawsuits Against Monsanto’s Roundup®

By Catherine J. Frompovich

When I published the article, “Glyphosate Contaminates the Global Ecosystem: The Damning New PAN Report,” I mentioned a law firm as a resource because of the lawsuits it has filed on behalf of persons damaged by the use of Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup®. Roundup’s prime active ingredient is glyphosate, a chemical that the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer [IARC] designated a “probable human carcinogen.”

That law firm is Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman, Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, California. The firm’s Director of Public Relations and Marketing emailed a thank you for mentioning that lawsuit. Robin McCall’s email prompted me to want to know more about their clients and the lawsuits, so I asked her some questions about the firm’s glyphosate case load...

Nov 11 07:41

GM Mustard In India: “Fudged Data,” “Unremitting Fraud” And “Monumentally Bogus”

The case of genetically modified (GM) mustard in India has reached the Supreme Court. The government has said it will bow to the court’s eventual ruling. That ruling could green-light GM mustard as first commercial GM food crop. If this goes ahead, there will be wide-ranging implications for Indian food and agriculture.

Nov 11 07:10

Podesta email bombshell: Clinton campaign was heavily funded by Monsanto

A simple search for the word "Monsanto" in The Podesta Emails batch of leaked email documents shows that the biotechnology giant is a close friend of Hillary Clinton and her family's Clinton Foundation – big surprise, right? Dozens of emails and email chains speak about the world's most evil corporation, several discussing its many contributions to what has now been exposed as a massive money-laundering "charity" scam that the Clintons used to line their own pockets.

Nov 10 22:42

It Looks Like George Soros is Funding the Trump Protests Just Like He Funded the Ferguson Riots

Why would anyone want to cause all this trouble?
That’s where the web gets tangled. It certainly seems counterproductive to set fire to America. After all, what these people are doing is likely to end up with more tyranny – like martial law, for example.


That’s precisely the plan.

Nov 10 18:05

Which Matters Most To Mental Health? Rain, Temperature, Sunshine Or Pollution

There’s no denying that nature – and our exposure to it – has a profound effect on our mental well-being. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is only considered a disorder because of how many people are deeply impacted by rain and winter. After all, the winter months are said to be the busiest for therapists.

Recently, Brigham Young University researchers wanted to figure out which of these factors affects mental and emotional health most: rain, temperature, sunshine or pollution.

Nov 10 15:01

As used in this chapter— (1) the term “international terrorism” means activities that—

This is for George.

(A) involve violent acts or acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State, or that would be a criminal violation if committed within the jurisdiction of the United States or of any State;
(B) appear to be intended—
(i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;
(ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or
(iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and
(C) occur primarily outside the territorial jurisdiction of the United States, or transcend national boundaries in terms of the means by which they are accomplished, the persons they appear intended to intimidate or coerce, or the locale in which their perpetrators operate or seek asylum;

Nov 10 14:10

Flashback: Trump Warns Of The Vaccine-Autism Connection During National Presidential Debate!

"Autism has become an epidemic," Trump began, "25 years ago ... you look at the statistics not even close. It's out of control. You take this little beautiful baby and you pump... I mean it looks like it's meant for a horse not a beautiful child. I think you're going to see a big impact on our society." (9/16/15)

Nov 10 12:13


Nestlé is at it again. Recently publicly condemned for pumping 36 million gallons of water from Strawberry Creek in the San Bernardino National Forest, paying a meager $524 annually for a permit that expired long ago, the multi-national company is now planning to milk the citizens of Flint, Michigan, to keep their water privatization plan afloat.

Nestlé was just given a permit to almost double the groundwater they extract from the Michigan area amidst the recent Flint water crisis. This means the company will be taking more than 210 million gallons annually while many Flint residents are still suffering from the long-term effects of lead exposure.

Nov 10 12:09

‘Mystery Ping’ From Arctic Seafloor Spooks Wildlife. Is Cthulhu Waking Up?

A mysterious “ping” or “hum” that seems to be coming from the Arctic seafloor has spooked wildlife in a remote part of northern Canada. The sound has been heard in the Fury and Hecla Strait, located in the Qikiqtaaluk Region about 75 miles from the Inuit community of Igloolik. “Our constituents as well as hunters and boaters have reported that the area in question is almost devoid of sea mammals and that hunting has been poor in the area for quite some time,” lawmaker Paul Quassa told the Nunavut Legislative Assembly last month, according to the Nunatsiaq News. The noise prompted an investigation by the Canadian military, including a 90-minute survey of the area last week with a CP-140 Aurora aircraft equipped with multiple sensors. The pilots spotted some whales and walruses, but didn’t detect any hums or pings. “The cause of the pings remains mired in mystery,” a military spokesperson told the BBC. However, locals insist the sound is still there...

Nov 10 11:04

Anti-Trump protests turn violent: Cops clash with 6,000-strong crowd in Oakland and activists block roads in LA amid nationwide demonstrations that saw Madonna and Cher join 7,000 in NYC

A George Soros sponsored NGO Event,complete with threats from these thugs to Murder President Elect Trump!

Tens of thousands of protesters gathered across the US as the backlash over Trump's victory took hold
In Oakland protesters set fires in streets and threw bottles at cops, as police retaliated with tear gas
Demonstrators in New York hung effigies of Trump to chants of 'not my President' and 'Black Lives Matter'
In Los Angeles, a disorganized protest of thousands saw fires on City Hall steps and 110 Freeway taken over
Rallies were held in at least 16 other cities as Americans protest against Trump's divisive politics
Some protests were planned by groups such as Socialist Alternative and, in Seattle, by a councilwoman

Violence has broken out at anti-Trump rallies across America overnight as tens of thousands marched against the President-elect before angry mobs attacked police, started fires and shut down highways.

Nov 10 10:22

Nestle seeks more groundwater to expand Michigan plant

The state of Michigan has given a preliminary go-ahead for food and beverage maker Nestle to nearly triple the amount of groundwater it will pump from beneath the state, to be bottled and sold at its Ice Mountain plant, approximately 120 miles from Flint.

Nov 10 10:21

Captagon: New drug, old story

Captagon is the addictive drug used by some of the numerous terrorists, jihadis, mercenaries and Western-backed rebels in Syria – including Al-Nusra and ISIS.

Nov 10 09:38


Demos continue in New York City in support of Standing Rock Sioux … here are photos from the latest ones that the mass media deemed unfit to cover

Nov 10 06:35

Volcano on Rome’s doorstep is slowly reawakening

A dormant volcano just outside Rome could be slowly reawakening, scientists have said, raising fears of a Pompeii-style ash-and-rock cloud sweeping across the Italian capital. An eruption in the Colli Albani Volcanic District (CAVD), which is around 10 km from Rome, would have a devastating impact on much of the city.

Nov 08 13:52

Brain Stimulation To Help US Drone Operators, Airmen Perform Better At Multitasking – Study

Many military jobs are mentally draining, so much so that US military scientists have developed a device to improve the cognitive abilities of servicemen by sending electrical pulses to specific parts of the brain’s cortex to help neurons fire.

Nov 08 12:33

Russian robot to act as companion to astronauts

Russian astronauts will soon have a new companion on their space travels, but this one won't be made of flesh and blood. At the end of October, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who oversees military and space projects, announced the use of robots on space flights.

The humanoid robot, FEDOR, (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research), will start operating onboard the International Space Station in 2021. Developers say the robot is unique, because it can operate not only in space but also in extreme environments on Earth.

Nov 08 10:36

A Powerful Anti-Cancer Food

If you’re interested in using food to lower your risk of cancer, remember to eat lots of onions. Research shows that people with the highest consumption of onions (as well as other allium vegetables) have a lower risk of several types of cancer.

Nov 07 18:50

Need To Burn Fat? Eat Dinner Early Or Skip It To Help Weight Loss

Now that people are catching on that obesity equals toxin storage and endocrine problems – losing excess weight is more important than ever. “Meal batching” might be the key. During an oral presentation at The Obesity Society Annual Meeting at Obesity Week 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana, researchers revealed that a meal-timing strategy…

Nov 07 18:48

Scientists Conclude Fluoride Causes Hypothyroidism Leading To Depression, Weight Gain And Worse

Two damning studies on the effects of fluoride in our water have been released in the hope that people will wake up to this real problem. Researchers at the University of Kent are the latest establishment to have studied this growing problem. The extensive study involved them looking at data from…

Nov 07 14:48

Of the 17 to 34 million humble individuals and families in America who live or work in Mobile and Manufactured homes, some 2 million are Native Americans. If you are Native American or care about them, their compounded poisoning risk is also exposed herein and specifically discussed near bottom of this page -- which includes copy of my email to key NCAI leadership while they gathered at their 2013 annual convention in Tulsa Ok.

Nov 07 14:14

Mutant Ebola Behind Devastating Epidemic

West Africa recently suffered from one of the biggest ebola outbreaks they have ever seen, and it is all because ebola has mutated.

A study, published in the journal Cell has shown that ebola has mutated. It’s genes have altered, with a C gene becoming a T, which has made the disease even more infectious. This has caused massive problems and made it more difficult to control.

Nov 07 13:59

NASA’s Most Advanced Telescope Complete After 20 Years

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has finally been unveiled at NASA. The fruit of 20 years’ labor, its 18 mirrors will peer further into space than any existing ground or space-based telescopes.

Nov 07 12:39

‘Significant Damage’ In Cushing After 5.0 Quake Shakes Central Oklahoma

Citizens of Oklahoma and neighboring states felt a strong tremor on Sunday evening as a 5.0-magnitude earthquake struck some 50 miles (80 km) northeast of Oklahoma City. The nearby town of Cushing reportedly experienced structural damage and power cuts.

Nov 07 12:04

Energy Interests, Mostly Fossil Fuels, Give Big To Ohio Campaigns

With the fate of the state’s clean energy standards and the federal Clean Power Plan still unsettled, utility, fossil fuel and nuclear energy interests spent about $3 million in reported contributions for Ohio political campaigns this year through October.

Nov 07 11:14

Major Quake Strikes Cushing, Oklahoma - Near US' Largest Oil Storage Facility

Shortly after 1945 local time, a strong 5.0 magnitude earthquake struck some 50 mile northeast of Oklahmoa City. The nearby town of Cushing, home of America's largest oil storage facility, experienced structural damage and lost power.

This was Oklahoma's 5th largest quake..