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Mar 01 19:22

Passenger suffers first-degree burns after cell phone EXPLODES and causes fire on an Air Canada flight

A female passenger's phone caught fire on Thursday morning before a flight on Air Canada. The plane was about to takeoff in Toronto for Vancouver when her phone caught fire. Passengers reported black smoke at the back of the plane before crew members were able to extinguish the fire. The passenger suffered from a burn on her left hand and was taken to the hospital. Air Canada said there was no damage to the aircraft and the flight was able to leave after a two-hour delay. It is unclear what type of phone caught fire.

Mar 01 09:34

Tucker: YouTube's 'Trusted' Content 'Flaggers' Include 'Wholly Discredited Hate Group'

YouTube has tapped the Southern Poverty Law Center to help it police objectionable content, according to the Daily Caller

Mar 01 08:35

Doctor shared kid patients’ data with pharmaceutical company to push costly drug they didn’t need

A pediatric cardiologist from Marietta, Georgia, has admitted illegally providing confidential patient data to US pharmaceutical company Aegerion. The information was to help the company mismarket a costly drug.
Dr. Eduardo Montana, 55, pleaded guilty in a Boston court hearing to disclosing 280 patients’ “individually identifiable health information” to Aegerion. Last September, the company was fined over $35 million to resolve criminal charges linked to the mismarketing of its drug Juxtapid. Montana will be sentenced on June 4 and faces up to a year in prison, Reuters reports.

Aegerion conspired to surreptitiously gather patient data in order to determine their suitability for the product. Juxtapid, which received FDA approval in 2012, is only suitable for use for patients with a rare lipid disorder. However, both defendants willingly targeted patients that did not suffer from the condition.

Feb 27 16:21

THIS A.I. LITERALLY READS YOUR MIND TO RE-CREATE IMAGES OF THE FACES YOU SEE

Google’s artificial intelligence technology may sometimes seem like it’s reading our mind, but neuroscientists at Canada’s University of Toronto Scarborough are literally using A.I. for that very purpose — by reconstructing images based on brain perception using data gathered by electroencephalography (EEG).

Feb 27 12:43

Google Appears to Remove All Shopping Search Results for "Guns"

— Even Water Guns, 'Guns and Roses,' 'Burgundy'

Feb 27 07:37

What is Neo In 3 Minutes! - Stone Crypto


Published on Feb 24, 2018 What Is Neo In 3 Minutes!

Feb 27 06:00

YouTube is Now ThemTube: Time to Flee the Failed Platform


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Hey, did I mention that YouTube is involved in all-out warfare against independent news sources? Oh, I have? Multiple times? Well, here it is again. If you only get my info from ThemTube, please do check out the ThemTube alternatives out there.

Feb 25 09:01

The Black Panther - A Mediocre Film with Anti-White Narratives (Video)

Introducing his movie review, British political activist Mark Collett writes, in part: "The Black Panther has been given glowing reviews by almost every mainstream critic - but why? Well it certainly isn't for the story or the bizarre and poorly thought out setting. The reason this film has been held up as a masterpiece is because it pushes narratives of African superiority and white guilt which both play right into the anti-white narrative that is embraced by the liberal establishment."

Feb 25 04:46

NRA hits back at United Airlines, Delta, other companies for cutting ties

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"The law-abiding members of the NRA had nothing at all to do with the failure of that school's security preparedness, the failure of America's mental health system, the failure of the National Instant Check System or the cruel failures of both federal and local law enforcement."

The NRA continued by saying that corporations who "decided to punish NRA membership is a shameful display of political and civic cowardice."

"Let it be absolutely clear. The loss of a discount will neither scare nor distract one single NRA member from our mission to stand and defend the individual freedoms that have always made America the greatest nation in the world."

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Feb 23 05:31

Google & Facebook Censorship Only Draws More Attention To Alt-Media & Galvanises Its Producers!

[Richie Allen writes:] I just wanted to say thanks to everybody who sent kind messages of support for the show, in the wake of Google/YouTube's decision to delete my channel. I noticed last night too, that some of the most vocal critics of YouTube's behaviour, were in fact people that have been critical of me and the show in the past. Bravo! That's the bloody point! Argue, debate, disagree, criticise loudly, but never, ever marginalise or ban! I've banged on about this for years. Stand up for the right to free speech of those you disagree with, as much as those whose opinions you share!

Feb 22 19:29

Studies Show Treating Depression with SSRI Drugs May Sabotage Your Well-being

Awareness Junkie

When Prozac came out in 1988, it was supposed to make everyone happier. What really happened is the opposite!

Feb 22 10:13

Is The NTP Rat Study Already Obsolete By Design?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences issued a News Release February 2, 2018 titled "High Exposure to Radiofrequency Radiation Linked to Tumor Activity in Male Rats" referring to the National Toxicology Program (NTP) study in rodents exposed to radiofrequency radiation (RFR) or what is known as microwave technology used by cell phones.

Since the NTP report is not finalized, I do not wish to comment about any preliminary findings...

Nevertheless, at this juncture, I find some information in the February 2, 2018 News Release that sparks a special questioning and interest with regard to frequencies used in the NTP rodent study...

Feb 22 09:07

U.S. Right to Know Sues CDC for Documents about Its Ties to Coca-Cola

Natural Blaze

U.S. Right to Know sued the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today over CDC’s failure to comply with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and provide documents in response to six requests about its interactions with The Coca-Cola Company.

The public records requests are part of an investigation USRTK is conducting into Coca-Cola’s influence at the CDC and the company’s impact on public policy...

Feb 21 19:37

WATCH: Sheriffs Look Like Clowns Bragging About Dozens of Raids for Entirely LEGAL Hemp CBD

True, Organic and Free

A Rutherford County judge has ordered 23 stores (mostly smoke shops) to be padlocked and shut down following a police investigation which discovered the shops were selling CBD (cannabidiol). So proud of their work were the police, the Sheriff and the District Attorney, that they held a press conference outside one of the shuttered stores. But what started out as a proclamation of good policing quickly turned into a mockery of the justice system.

Feb 21 19:29

Renewables Now Contribute Nearly One-Fifth of U.S. Electricity Generation

Awareness Junkie

Renewable energy now makes up 18 percent of total electrical generation in the U.S., roughly double the amount a decade ago, a new report shows.

Feb 21 16:11

Poop map shows scale of San Francisco's human tragedy

By Stan Schroeder and Chris Taylor
Nov 21, 2014

It's common knowledge that San Francisco has a serious homelessness problem. Estimates of the size of the city's streetbound population vary between 6,000 and 10,000, depending on the source. But that population, largely confined to a few nonresidential downtown neighborhoods, can too easily become invisible to most residents.

One thing isn't invisible, however: the problem of human poop on sidewalks. Since the city slashed funding for Parks and Recreation in 2009, there's a distinct shortage of working public bathrooms. And that led to a spike in reports of public pooping to the city's 311 help line.

Feb 21 14:51

CDC ALLEGES KRATOM IS CONTAMINATED WITH SALMONELLA, MSM BLOWS IT UP

Yesterday, the CDC announced that they believe an outbreak of at least 28 cases of salmnella infection in 20 US states has been linked to kratom products. Immediately, astonishingly fast in fact every mainstream outlet you could think of from CNN to Time picked up the story.

Feb 20 11:02

Why Scientific Peer Review is a Sham

In recent years the defects in the peer review system have been the subject of a profusion of critical editorials and studies in the literature. It is high time that the world took heed of what the critics are saying, not least of all because of the medical and health ramifications.

Feb 20 11:01

FBI: Marijuana Arrests Outpace All Violent Crime

Waking Times

The war on drugs is still in full effect. A reminder came earlier this week when the FBI released new crime statistics showing a 1.6 percent increase in marijuana-related arrests in 2016 compared to 2015.

Feb 20 03:24

WHY HAYLEY MILLS QUIT CHEMOTHERAPY AS SHE BATTLED BREAST CANCER

“It made me feel awful…I was more frightened of the chemo than the cancer…I could feel it (the chemo) draining me and killing me. I felt I was dying”

Four years later from that traumatic time, she explained how, despite turning down chemo, she is happy and cancer-free. Hayley, now 66, credits her survival to the alternative treatments she used to heal her body. She changed her diet and cut out foods that “feeds the cancer” including sugar, dairy and acid creating foods. And she also embarked on a serious course of exercise and meditation.

Feb 19 19:17

Plastic Microbeads Banned in the U.K. but Your Products May Still Have Them

Waking Times

It can be quite surprising to find out that your facial scrub, body wash or toothpaste contain thousands of tiny plastic microbeads. What’s even more appalling is the fact that thousands of tons of these microbeads end up in the ocean every year. Because of this staggering impact on our waterways and oceans, the U.K. has joined the U.S. in a ban of plastic microbeads in cosmetics and personal care products.

Feb 19 05:26

Exposing Psychiatry as a Fraud from Top to Bottom

Waking Times

This article contains far more evidence that psychiatry is a highly dangerous fraud.

Feb 19 05:25

Research Finds Male Infertility May be One of the Side Effects of Ibuprofen

Waking Times

A team of Danish and French researchers have found that ibuprofen may be one of the culprits responsible for male infertility. The study showed that daily intake of the drug creates a hormonal condition associated with impaired fertility, depression and increased risk of cardiovascular events.

Feb 18 09:18

INCENTIVES MATTER: AFTER BACK SURGERY, A ROUTINE URINE TEST RESULTED IN A $17,800 BILL THE PATIENT WAS EXPECTED TO PAY

At a followup visit a year after Elizabeth Moreno had a disk removed to successfully treat her crippling pain, her doctor asked her to leave a urine sample; a few months later, Sunset Labs LLC of Houston sent her a bill for $17,800.

Moreno's doctor had seemingly ordered the urine test to ensure that she hadn't abused her post-operative opioid pain medication, but he didn't just order tests for opioids: he also asked the lab to check for indicators of "cocaine, methadone, anti-anxiety drugs and several other drugs she had never heard of" including amphetamines and PCP.

Those unnecessary tests could certainly raise the price on a simple urine test, but it gets worse because of Sunset Labs' crazy price-gouging: the amphetamine test was $1,700 and the PCP test was $425. The lab also charged an eye-popping $850 for a pair of simple tests meant to detect tampering with the sample.

Feb 18 08:38

EMPLOYEES: Jeff Bezos Is Ruining Whole Food's Quality

Feb 17 20:15

Pig in Australia Steals 18 Beers from Campers, Gets Drunk, Fights Cow

Forget crocodiles and snakes, the real animal threat in Australia is wild pigs. At least if you’re camping.

Feb 17 09:15

New Utah Law Would Expand Raw Milk Sales From Farms and Markets to Mobile Trucks

By Michael Maharrey

Yesterday, a Utah Senate committee passed a bill would expand raw milk sales in the state. Passage into law would take an important step toward rejecting a federal prohibition scheme in effect.

...The proposed law would also allow licensed producers to sell raw milk from a mobile refrigerated truck where the raw milk is maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or a lower temperature...

Feb 16 16:32

What Is Ethereum In 3 Minutes! Stone Crypto


Published on Feb 16, 2018**Disclaimer** - None of this information in this video is financial advice and should not be taken as financial advice. Merely my thoughts and experiences that I've summed up.

In this video I go over whatis Ethereum in 3 minutes!

Shout out to Wy, from the DigiPulse community Telegram group for putting the below information together.

Feb 16 14:39

#PillarDemo LIVE Meeting - February - 16th Pillar Project


Watch the demo of token wallet as a work in progress. This is our chance to show our community how it's going by giving our first real demo of a working wallet.

https://pillarproject.io/

Feb 16 09:34

What’s Wrong with Modern Wheat?

Waking Times

Considering the high rate of wheat consumption, one wouldn’t suspect that the wheat industry has created a massive problem. Yet, looking at the facts surrounding this industry and this food source will give you pause.

Feb 16 07:27

France to toughen stance on planned obsolescence of goods

The French government is considering whether to up its fight against the preplanned obsolescence of electronic goods and home appliances by introducing a “lifetime” index label on such products to alert customers of their durability.

France’s government is contemplating whether to introduce a measure that would see all electronic goods and home appliances sold in the country carry labels that inform the general public of the products’ actual lifespan.

The stickers would take the shape of a colour index similar to those found on energy consumption labels on household appliances like washing machines. Each product will get a grade from 1 to 10, rated for its build quality, repairability and durability.

If the measure is approved, it will be voluntary from 2020 onwards and then made mandatory, Secretary of State to the Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition Brune Poirson is reported as saying by Le Parisien.

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