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Mar 11 17:58

SpaceX rocket launches are getting boring — and that's an incredible success story for Elon Musk

Yet his space business — and in particular missions involving Falcon 9 rockets — is likely starting to feel routine for Musk. That may even be true for his thousands of employees.

That shift was especially clear on Tuesday, when SpaceX launched a Spanish satellite called Hispasat 30W-6. The event was the 50th launch of the company's Falcon 9 rocket, a reusable workhorse launch system that's the smaller predecessor to Falcon Heavy.

That's a major milestone for a company that opened an empty office in 2002, filled it with a handful of employees (and a mariachi band) and was nearly bankrupt a few years later.

"Just ten years ago, we couldn't even reach orbit with little Falcon 1," Musk tweeted shortly after this week's launch.

It's even more remarkable to consider that SpaceX rocket launches will only get more and more routine and boring.

Mar 11 09:52

A Coal-to-Diesel Plant is coming to Dale, Indiana, UNLESS WE SPEAK UP

In 2016, Indiana released more toxic chemicals into the environment than 44 other states

In 2016, Spencer County was ranked 23rd in the nation for counties that release the most toxins into the environment

In 2016, Rockport, IN was ranked 18th in the nation for cities that release the most toxins

Mar 11 08:49

BRAIN IMPLANTS ARE HAPPENING: DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH AGENCY IS READY TO RUN TRIALS WITH CLOSED-LOOP MOOD CONTROL CHIPS LINKED TO AI

Brain implants or other types of neural links, such as Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) between the brain, the internet, and the cloud, are quickly entering the realm of science rather than science fiction.

Mar 10 11:09

Jeff Sessions: US prosecutors won’t take on small-time marijuana cases

Gangbangers, Mexican Cartels and legal producers who move excess production over state lines. Not bad for the Old Guy.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors won’t take on small-time marijuana cases, despite the Justice Department’s decision to lift an Obama-era policy that discouraged U.S. authorities from cracking down on the pot trade in states where the drug is legal, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Saturday.

Mar 10 07:58

Congress Agrees to Give Jeff Sessions $0 to Wage War on Medical Marijuana

The war on drugs is such an abysmal failure that even the lawmakers who have funded it for decades are drawing a line in the sand. Multiple bills in Congress have cropped up in recent months aiming to protect medical marijuana and reschedule cannabis, if not legalize it altogether.

The most recent development comes in the form of Congress’ recently unveiled budget, which allots exactly zero dollars to the Department of Justice to wage medical marijuana crackdowns across the country.

The Rohrabacher-Farr amendment “allows states to carry on with crafting their own medical marijuana policies without fear of federal intervention,” the Huffington Post reported.

Mar 10 07:23

Cannabis proven an effective alternative form of pain relief for elderly patients, allowing many to quit taking dangerous meds, research finds

President Trump announced last year that the opioid epidemic was a “public health emergency” and called for the medical community to look for alternative therapies to battle the growing crisis. The President cited the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) statistics which places drug overdose as the leading cause of injury death in the United States, outnumbering both gun-related deaths and traffic crashes. It is estimated that 175 people die each day in our country because of a drug overdose.

The class of drugs most commonly being abused is painkillers or opioid analgesics prescribed to treat chronic pain. Of those who are given these drugs, medical professionals have stated that the elderly (or those 65-years-old and older) are the most at risk of overdosing. Doctors have warned that while older Americans represent only 14 percent of the total population, they comprise 30 percent of all those who use opioids.

Mar 10 07:05

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.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So now the plan is to drug people into accepting the New World Order. How very "Brave New World" of them! Meanwhile, see USE OF OXYTOCIN IN DAIRY ANIMALS AND ITS HARMFUL EFFECTS

Mar 10 07:00

Nuclear fusion on brink of being realised, say MIT scientists

The dream of nuclear fusion is on the brink of being realised, according to a major new US initiative that says it will put fusion power on the grid within 15 years.

The project, a collaboration between scientists at MIT and a private company, will take a radically different approach to other efforts to transform fusion from an expensive science experiment into a viable commercial energy source. The team intend to use a new class of high-temperature superconductors they predict will allow them to create the world’s first fusion reactor that produces more energy than needs to be put in to get the fusion reaction going.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sadly, we have been hearing that fusion power is just 15 years away ... for the last half century!

Mar 10 06:58

EU to approve ‘marriage made in hell’ between Bayer & Monsanto

German drug and crop chemicals maker Bayer is set to win conditional European Union antitrust approval for its $62.5 billion bid for the world’s major seed company, Monsanto, Reuters reports citing its sources.

The European Commission is expected to issue a decision on the deal by April 5.

Mar 09 10:10

Monsanto and Bayer are maneuvering to take over the cannabis industry

It has been rumored for years that Monsanto plans to take over the cannabis industry with genetic engineering just as they’ve taken over the corn and soy industries.

Mar 09 09:54

What Entities are Behind the Reckless Endangerment of Northern Minnesota and its Water Resources

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze

Here is an incomplete list of some of the culprits:

A) Foreign Mining Corporations (PolyMet, Glencore, Twin Metals, Antofagasta, etc.);
B)Minnesota’s Elected Politicians/Accomplices (both Corporate-influenced “Liberal” Democrats, and “Conservative” Republicans);
Minnesota’s “Regulatory” Agencies that are Supposed to be “Natural Resource Protectors” (Including the DNR, the PCA, and the US Forest Service); and
C)Most Area Newspapers; Most Area Television Stations; All the Area’s Chambers of Commerce; Minnesota Power (Electric Utility); the Trump Administration; Regional Labor Unions: and Dozens of Suppliers/Businesses that will Temporarily Profit from Supplying the Mining Industry While Simultaneously Risking the Permanent Poisoning of the St Louis River Watershed, Including Lake Superior

Mar 09 09:52

Sugar recommendations are based on 60 years of industry manipulation of science

Ahhhh, the sweet sugar industry, willing to fudge any numbers to make suckers out of us. All puns aside, this is exactly what the sugar industry did back in the 1960s. Specifically, the Sugar Research Foundation (SRF) secretly funded research at Harvard to downplay sugar’s possible link to coronary heart disease (CHD). The goal was to shift attention to fats as a greater hazard. In the end, the sugar industry succeeded.

Mar 09 09:44

NASA astronaut who spent a year in space now has different DNA from his twin

“Scott’s telomeres (endcaps of chromosomes that shorten as one ages) actually became significantly longer in space,” NASA explains. “While this finding was presented in 2017, the team verified this unexpected change with multiple assays and genomics testing. Additionally, a new finding is that the majority of those telomeres shortened within two days of Scott’s return to Earth.”

Most of Scott’s genes did indeed return to normal after a brief time back here on Earth, but not all of them. According to researchers, around 7% of Scott Kelly’s genes have shown long-lasting changes when compared to his brother’s. Those changes have remained for the two years since he returned to solid ground, which surprised even him.

Mar 09 09:34

Merck Will Give Young Mothers the Most Dangerous Vaccine of All, Trial

By Markab Algedi

The University of Alabama at Birmingham recently announced a collaboration with pharmaceutical behemoth vaccine producer Merck, to perform Gardasil 9 HPV vaccine trials on postpartum mothers between the ages of 16 and 26, immediately after having their children at the UAB hospital.

The researchers somehow believe not enough people are being vaccinated for HPV, and the desired outcome of the study is officially to get more young women vaccinated...

Mar 09 09:33

The President Wants To Execute Drug Dealers. Will That Include Those Convicted Of Cannabis Crimes?

While Attorney “good-people-don’t-smoke-marijuana” Jeff Sessions wants to amplify the war on drugs, don’t forget who appointed him: Donald Trump.

Although President Trump has, for the most part, stayed silent on drug policy, one of his alarming stances has recently been revealed, with five sources confirming to Axios that Trump has privately discussed being in favor of the death penalty for drug dealers.

Indeed, Trump has been ranting and raving about Singapore’s drug policies, with an Axios source claiming of the US president, “He says, ‘When I ask the prime minister of Singapore do they have a drug problem [the prime minister replies,] ‘No. Death penalty.’”

Mar 09 09:29

Lab-grown meat now coming to restaurants near you: Is your stomach prepared for it?

There have been tremendous leaps in the field of food science over the past few decades, and it doesn’t look like the rate of progress is going to slow down anytime soon. But while there are a lot of positive outcomes from the research studies that have been conducted on food and how to best imp

Mar 09 08:49

Out Of Control Chinese Space Station Carrying Toxic Waste Will Crash To Earth In Days

China’s first prototype station, Tiangong-1, will come crashing back to Earth between March 29 and April 9, experts say. The space station is carrying toxic waste, and it’s still unknown where Tiangong-1 will actually hit once it falls back to the planet.

The Chinese space station is said to be errant and out of control while carrying extremely hazardous toxic waste. The problem is that the space station is going to crash into the Earth within the next 21 days, and experts have no idea where it’s going to land.

According to The Daily Mail, the doomed 8.5-tonne craft, which has been hurtling towards Earth since control was lost in 2016, is believed to contain dangerous hydrazine. Agencies around the world who have been monitoring its descent believe it has a higher chance of hitting Europe, the US, Australia, and New Zealand. However, no one really knows where it’s most likely to actually impact.

Mar 09 08:39

Same fructose used in sodas found to damage brain cells... makes you stupid and promotes Alzheimer's

We already know that sugar is bad for our health in general, but a remarkable study shows that its destruction even extends to our brains. That's right: The food you eat could actually be making you stupid.

According to research from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), fructose can damage your brain cells and spur a number of diseases, including Alzheimer's, heart disease, and diabetes.

In the study, researchers fed rats water spiked with fructose for a period of six weeks. This amount is roughly equal to a liter of soft drinks per day for humans. After that period, the rats were placed in a maze along with other rats who had only been given water to drink.

The rats who had been drinking fructose took double the amount of time it took the water-fed rats to complete the maze, even though both groups had received the same level of training. This implies that those who drank fructose were suffering from some sort of memory impairment.

Mar 09 08:38

Bill Gates Admits “Vaccines Are Best Way To Depopulate”

Bill Gates has openly admitted that vaccinations are designed so that governments can depopulate the world.

Gates says that in order to successfully depopulate an “overcrowded world” at least 350,000 must be killed each day, and he says this can be done via vaccine programs.

Mar 09 08:38

Bill Gates Admits Vaccines Are Used for Human Depopulation

Mar 09 08:37

Vaccination - to reduce population! (Bill Gates admits)

Mar 09 08:37

Bill Gates Warns Of Epidemic That Could Kill Over 30 Million People

Bill Gates is a smart guy who knows something about global health. So when he gives a grave warning about a potential catastrophe, it's a good idea to listen. Yesterday, at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, the man who tops the Forbes richest person in the world list and is co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation said:

Whether it occurs by a quirk of nature or at the hand of a terrorist, epidemiologists say a fast-moving airborne pathogen could kill more than 30 million people in less than a year. And they say there is a reasonable probability the world will experience such an outbreak in the next 10 to 15 years.

Mar 09 08:20

William Shatner wants you to send your name to the Sun on NASA's historic solar probe

The "Star Trek" actor has signed up to put his name on a microchip that will fly aboard NASA's Parker Solar Probe, which will launch on a historic sun-studying mission this summer. And he wants you to book a seat as well.

"The first-ever spacecraft to the sun, NASA's Parker Solar Probe, will launch this year on a course to orbit through the heat of our star's corona, where temperatures are greater than 1 million degrees," Shatner said in a new NASA video about this public-outreach effort. "The spacecraft will also carry my name to the sun, and your name, and the names of everyone who wants to join this voyage of extreme exploration."

You can get your name on that chip for free by visiting the NASA "Hot Ticket" site through April 27.

Mar 09 07:53

ExxonMobil Takes Heat For 7.5 Magnitude Earthquake In Papua New Guinea

An earthquake in Papua New Guinea rattled ExxonMobil’s gas project on the island nation to the tune of $19 billion, and a backlash against the U.S. company’s activities is becoming more difficult to contain.

Mar 09 07:49

FLASHBACK - What They’re Not Telling You About Monsanto’s Role in Ukraine

The World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) is helping biotech run the latest war in Ukraine. Make no mistake that what is happening in the Ukraine now is deeply tied to the interests of Monsanto, Dow, Bayer, and other big players in the poison food game.

Monsanto has an office in Ukraine. While this does not shout ‘culpability’ from every corner, it is no different than the US military’s habit to place bases in places that they want to gain political control. The opening of this office coincided with land grabs with loans from the IMF and World Bank to one of the world’s most hated corporations – all in support of their biotech takeover.

Previously, there was a ban on private sector land ownership in the country – but it was lifted ‘just in time’ for Monsanto to have its way with the Ukraine.

Mar 08 14:59

Trump: NASA Bringing Back ‘Space Flight’ Program And Going To Mars ‘In The Very Near Future’

President Donald Trump announced during a Thursday cabinet meeting that NASA is “bringing back that whole space flight” program and would be sending “something very beautiful to Mars in the very near future.”

Before pivoting to Mars, POTUS praised the recent work of Elon Musk and SpaceX on the Falcon rocket program.

Mar 08 12:51

Top Pharmaceutical Exec: Aborted Fetus Cells Found In Vaccines Cause Autism

According to an article in the Journal of Immunotoxicology entitled Theoretical aspects of autism: Causes–A review, - Ratajczak says that “Documented causes of autism include genetic mutations and/or deletions, viral infections, and encephalitis [brain damage] following vaccination [emphasis added]."

Therefore, autism is the result of genetic defects and/or inflammation of the brain.”

The article also discusses the potential vaccine-related culprits, including an increasing number of vaccines admitted in a short time period: “What I have published is highly concentrated on hypersensitivity," Ratajczak said in an interview.“

The body’s immune system being thrown out of balance.”

Mar 08 11:20

Recycled water from sewers coming to California taps

Water that once coursed through city sewers may soon find new life coming out of your home faucet.

New regulations approved Tuesday by the California State Water Resources Control Board allow treated recycled water to be added to reservoirs, the source of California municipal drinking water.

The regulations specify the percentage of recycled water that can be added and how long it must reside there before being treated again at a surface water treatment facility and provided as drinking water, according to the Water Board.

"This is a type of indirect potable use — it's not treated recycle water that goes directly to someone's house," said Miryam Barajas at the Water Board. "It's highly treated."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is amazing to see the same liberals who scream that over-population is straining our natural resources trying to cram as many illegal immigrants into the US as they can!

Mar 08 11:19

The Third Digital Revolution to Unleash the Power of Anti-Censorship

Last week, the Italian police raided the home and science laboratory of Drs. Antonietta Gatti and Stefano Montanari. The police snatched all of the digital assets owned by the husband and wife team of nanopathologists, grabbing laptops, computers, and flash-drives—and with it, years of work and research.

Mar 08 11:14

“The manufacturer of the nation’s second-best-selling anti-depressant must pay $8 million to the relatives of a man who killed himself and three others after taking the drug Paxil, jurors said.”

Jurors in U.S. District Court considering the wrongful death civil suit returned a verdict against SmithKline Beecham today. They received the case Tuesday afternoon.

Relatives of Donald Schell, 60, claim the man, originally from Gillette, Wyo., took two Paxil tablets before shooting his wife, their daughter, his granddaughter and himself to death on Feb. 13, 1998.

The survivors’ lead attorney, Andy Vickery, had asked the jury to award a total of $25 million in damages.

Mar 08 11:08

M 6.8 - 20km ENE of Taron, Papua New Guinea

Mar 08 10:39

Jupiter’s turbulent heart revealed: Juno probe finds patterned cyclones and jet streams that extend 1,800 miles below cloud level on the gas giant

Raging storms on Jupiter have long captured the imagination of mankind and a new study has revealed the depths to which these fiery events extend.

Experts looked at data gathered by Nasa's Juno probe and found that 'odd gravity' and rapid jet stream currents roil some 1,864 miles (3,000 km) below the surface of the clouds that cover the planet.

At each pole on the gas giant is a cyclone several thousand miles wide. The study also found that these cyclones are surrounded by a polygonal arrangement of storms — eight in the north and five in the south.

Mar 08 09:06

The violence-inducing effects of psychiatric medication

On May 17, 2017, we learned that Chris Cornell of Soundgarden had reportedly committed suicide by hanging. His family reports knowing a different Chris than one who would make this fatal decision, and suspect his anti-anxiety prescription in the altered state he was witnessed to be in the night he died. Perhaps an “addict turned psychiatric patient”, like so many, Chris Cornell seemed to have left the frying pan of substance abuse for the fire of psychiatric medication risks.

For reasons that remain mysterious, those under the influence of psychiatric medication often specifically choose to hang themselves in their moment of peak impulsivity. Some, like Kim’s husband Woody who was never depressed a day in his life but prescribed Zoloft by his internist, even verbalize a felt experience of his head coming apart from his body in the days before he was found hanged in his garage.

Mar 08 08:39

2,000-year-old ruins of a Roman military chief's luxury villa with 14 rooms, marble floors and ornate mosaics are unearthed by subway construction workers in Rome

Sprawling ruins of the 2,000-year-old luxury villa of a Roman military commander have been unearthed during work to expand the Italian capital's subway system.

Archaeologists working on Rome's Metro C line uncovered the second century AD residence, or domus, adjoining a military barracks excavated in 2016.

The richly decorated dwelling is complete with a well-preserved geometric design mosaic, marble floors and frescoed walls.

Mar 08 08:05

Google and WebMD Partner To Be Your Virtual Doctor

Late last year, Internet Brands, a company under the global investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR & Co.) umbrella, announced its acquisition of WebMD Holdings. Purchase price: $2.8 billion.1,2,3 The company also bought the wellness company Nature's Bounty Co. last year,4 and already owns a number of other health-related internet brands, including DentalPlans.com, eHealthForum.com, HealthBoards.com, AltMD.com and FitDay.com.5

And, since WebMD owns Medscape and MedicineNet.com, these sites now belong to KKR's Internet Brands as well.6 Internet Brands' CEO Bob Brisco told Forbes:7

"WebMD and Medscape are the market leaders in online health with unparalleled reach to consumers and health care professionals. Since its founding, WebMD has established itself as a trusted resource for health information. We look forward to delivering that resource to even more users, by leveraging our combined resources and presence in online healthcare to catalyze WebMD's future growth."

Mar 08 07:51

China Reports Outbreak Of Highly Contagious Bird Flu

A dangerous strain of bird flu that has been circulating in 2013 could be on the verge of snowballing into a global pandemic.

The Paris-based Organization for Animal Health said Wednesday that a farm in Shaanxi province has reported an outbreak of a highly dangerous pathogen, while a separate farm in Guangxi province has reported an outbreak of H5N6, another dangerous strain of bird flu.

Mar 08 07:21

China’s quest for techno-military supremacy

Xi Jinping's China seems destined to challenge US technological supremacy in key fields such as AI, supercomputing and quantum information science

Mar 08 06:55

Scopolamine may cause mental side effects

In June, my wife and I took an extensive voyage on a ship. She has always had a problem with seasickness, so her doctor prescribed Transderm-Scop patches, which she religiously applied starting on our second day of the voyage. (We were basically out of the harbor.)

For 24 hours, she was normal. However, the next day, she began to hallucinate. She thought she was at home with her mother, who died 20 years ago.

She believed she was in church and felt threatened. Finally, the English doctor on the cruise ship concluded that the problem was the Scop patch.

After removing it, he was gratified to see that she returned to normal. Are you aware of this reaction?

Mar 07 20:12

Arizona woman says California 'sanctuary' laws pushed her out of San Diego

(KGTV) - A former Oceanside resident whose son was fatally injured in a 2011 crash involving an undocumented immigrant said

Brenda Sparks, who has since moved from San Diego County to Arizona, said she was forced to leave because California's government "does not want to protect me."

Mar 07 19:20

Surprise graphene discovery could unlock secrets of superconductivity

A sandwich of two graphene layers can conduct electrons without resistance if they are twisted at a ‘magic angle’, physicists have discovered. The finding could prove to be a significant step in the decades-long search for room-temperature superconductors.

Mar 07 12:47

8 U.S. Code § 1324a - Unlawful employment of aliens

Civil lawsuits take years. Enforcement of pre-existing laws is where this should start. Here is a beginning. Larry Klayman for AG!

8 U.S. Code § 1324 - Bringing in and harboring certain aliens
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1324

18 U.S. Code § 2384 - Seditious conspiracy
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2384

18 U.S. Code § 2383 - Rebellion or insurrection
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2383

18 U.S. Code Chapter 96 - RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/part-I/chapter-96

18 U.S. Code § 1961 - Definitions
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1961

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