Aug 03 14:14

Monsanto In India: Meet The New Boss – Same As The Old Boss?

In capitalism, the state’s primary role is to secure the interests of private capital. The institutions of globalised capitalism – from the World Bank, the IMF and the WTO right down to the compliant bureaucracies of national states or supranational unions – facilitate private wealth accumulation that results in the forms of structural inequalities and violence (unemployment, poverty, population displacement, bad food, poor health, environmental destruction, etc) that have become ‘accepted’ as necessary (for ‘growth’) and taken for granted within mainstream media and political narratives.

Aug 03 12:26

Montana town wins back municipal water supply from private company

The city of Missoula, Montana won a state Supreme Court case to exercise eminent domain powers to seize water from private utility companies, ending a lengthy and expensive legal battle.

On Tuesday, the Montana Supreme Court ruled 5-2 in favor of Missoula to turn over control of the municipal Mountain Water Company’s water infrastructure from a private company.

Aug 03 11:59

Is Zika Outbreak Blowback From the Release of GM Mosquitoes? “Nature Finds A Way”

Seemingly coming out of nowhere, Zika went from its first discovered case in 1947 and sporadic appearances up until last year, the virus is now in outbreak stage with WHO officials concerned that it may become a pandemic. World health researchers seem perplexed as to the genesis of the virus or at least, the sudden appearance and rapid spread of it in 2015.

Claire Bernish of The Anti-Media points out one possibility:

When examining a rapidly expanding potential pandemic, it’s necessary to leave no stone unturned so possible solutions, as well as future prevention, will be as effective as possible. In that vein, there was another significant development in 2015.

Aug 03 11:22

Bombshell: Mind-control engineers drugging children for “Social Justice”

In what sense are the ADHD drugs “social justice?” The reality is, they are chemical warfare. Licensed predators are preying on the poor.

Aug 03 11:08

GMO Labeling Law Is ‘Fake’, Would Not ‘Truly’ Expose Engineered Food

A new controversial GMO labeling law signed by President Barack Obama would strip US consumers of their right to learn about genetically engineered products as nothing would be labeled, experts told RT.

Passed by Congress, the law officially titled S. 764, has been largely labeled as the “Dark Act,” short for “Denying Americans the Right to Know.” It received a go-ahead from the Obama administration on July 29.

Aug 03 10:51

Indian farmers turn to non-GMO indigenous seed, in blow to Monsanto

In a tiny hamlet at the heart of the cotton belt in northern India, Ramandeep Mann planted Monsanto's genetically modified Bt cotton seed for over a decade, but that changed after a whitefly blight last year.

Mann's 25-acre farm in Punjab's Bhatinda district now boasts "desi", or indigenous, cotton shrubs that promise good yields and pest resistance at a fraction of the cost.

Mann is not alone.

Thousands of cotton farmers across the north of India, the world's biggest producer and second largest exporter of the fiber, have switched to the new local variety, spelling trouble for seed giant Monsanto in its most important cotton market outside the Americas.

Aug 03 10:26

New Sanofi vaccine injects patients with FOUR seasonal flu strains

"Scientific review of over 50 studies involving 260,000 children ages 6 to 23 months did not uncover any evidence that young children benefit from the flu vaccine. In fact, results showed the flu shot was no more effective than a placebo. Yet, at the same time, research has shown that the injection itself can lead to serious health complications in patients of any age. Problems have included infection, adverse immunological response and even death."

The new Sanofi vaccine has been approved for children as young as 36 months. These children are likely to receive no benefit at all, but will face numerous health risks from the vaccine itself.

Aug 03 10:17

Donald Trump says voters have the right to ban fracking

"Well, I'm in favor of fracking, but voters should have a big say in it. Some areas maybe they don't want to have fracking. And I think if the voters are voting for it, that's up to them," Trump said in an interview with reporters last week while at a campaign stop in Colorado.

"Fracking is something that we need. Fracking is something that's here whether we like it or not, but if a municipality or a state wants to ban fracking, I can understand that," the billionaire real estate mogul added.

Aug 03 10:04

Clouds of ash cover the skies over Indonesia: Flights are disrupted as THREE volcanoes erupt in just three days

Mount Rinjani on Lombok island near Bali erupted on Monday, with the Sinabung volcano on Sumatra island and Mount Gamalama in the Moluccas chain of islands following suit late yesterday.

No one has been injured but flights at two airports have been disrupted.

Aug 03 09:16


"Without instruments capable of restricting transfers and shining a light on the companies and the trade, surveillance technologies developed in and traded from the West will further undermine privacy and facilitate other abuses," says report. (Photo: Alan Levine/flickr/cc) Offering a groundbreaking glimpse of the global surveillance industry—the tools it employs, the extent of its reach, and the accountability it largely evades—human rights watchdog organization Privacy International on Tuesday released a searchable database and accompanying report that track Big Brother worldwide.

Aug 03 09:12

Jovian moon Io loses its atmosphere every day

If you've ever resented crunching frost underfoot on a cold morning, spare a thought for Jupiter's moon Io: when it's in eclipse, the frost on the ground is a big chunk of its atmosphere.

That's the conclusion of research that looked at Io's atmosphere: when it passes behind Jupiter, Io cools down from a balmy -235°F (-148°C) to a frigid -270°F (-168°C), and its mostly sulphur dioxide atmosphere collapses.

NASA, which funded the research, says the eclipse – and the atmospheric collapse – happens for about two hours of each Ionian day (which lasts about 1.7 Earth days). At that time, “most of the sulfur dioxide gas settles as frost on the moon’s surface. The atmosphere redevelops as the surface warms once the moon returns to full sunlight.”

Aug 03 08:10


As Hillary Clinton officially became the Democratic Party’s nominee, interest in Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein grew exponentially. Several establishment journalists, including those known for their open contempt for dissent, turned their attention to Stein to marginalize her campaign before it picked up more than a small amount of support from disaffected Bernie Sanders supporters.
One false and slanderous claim against Stein has picked up a huge amount of traction in the press: the idea that Stein is an “anti-vaxxer,” opposes vaccines, or has pandered to individuals who believe vaccines cause autism.

The Washington Post is primarily responsible for this smear. It had two of its reporters, Sarah Parnass and Alice Li, interview Stein. David Weigel, another Post journalist, wrote about the interview, and a Post editor gave it the following headline, “Jill Stein on vaccines: People have ‘real questions,'” which was extremely misleading.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because of the way this country's elections are structured, a vote for Jill Stein takes votes away from Donald Trump, and gives them to Hillary Clinton.

Please remember that in November.

Aug 03 07:30

GMO labeling law is ‘fake’, would not ‘truly’ expose engineered food – experts to RT

“[This law] is fake. It means nothing. It is not going to truly label GMOs. There is going to be exemptions from that standard,” independent food and agriculture consultant Elizabeth Kucinich told RT. “This is something that is being really a fabricated piece of legislation to try and quell the food movements that push to really have the right to know what we are eating.”

Baden-Mayer agrees that not all GMO products will be marked, because of a narrow definition of genetically engineered food.

“This definition that they have in the law for ‘bioengineered’ is drawn so narrowly that virtually nothing that is currently being labeled under Vermont’s law will be labeled,” she said.

Aug 03 07:17

Monsanto In India: Meet The New Boss – Same As The Old Boss?

In capitalism, the state’s primary role is to secure the interests of private capital. The institutions of globalised capitalism – from the World Bank, the IMF and the WTO right down to the compliant bureaucracies of national states or supranational unions – facilitate private wealth accumulation that results in the forms of structural inequalities and violence (unemployment, poverty, population displacement, bad food, poor health, environmental destruction, etc) that have become ‘accepted’ as necessary (for ‘growth’) and taken for granted within mainstream media and political narratives.

Aug 02 16:06

Robot Shuttle: Japan’s First Driverless Bus To Begin Service In Chiba

Japanese firm DeNA showcased the country’s first robot driverless bus, the Robot Shuttle, in Chiba.

Aug 02 14:58

SpaceShipTwo Suborbital Plane Gets FAA License After Fatal 2014 Crash

The US federal aviation watchdog has issued a license for Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, allowing the company to restart test flights for the plane designed to take passengers on sub-orbital space trips following the fatal 2014 crash.

Aug 02 14:49

Groundbreaking Study Reveals Smell Of Live Chicken Could Prevent Malaria

Malaria is a deadly disease caused by parasites. Transmission occurs when people are bitten by the infected female Anopheles mosquito. The World Health Organization reports that 95 countries and territories are currently having ongoing malaria transmission. It is also said about 3.2 billion people

Aug 02 14:48

Here’s Why Only 1 Percent of America’s Farmland Is Used to Grow Organic

By Christina Sarich

Though consumers have been purchasing organic products by the bucket load, and the industry is expected to grow like wildfire into 2020, only 1 percent of all farmland currently used in America is used to grow organic food.

Americans have already spent $43 billion on organic food products in 2016, but we may not be able to keep up with the demand if things don’t change.

Here’s why America doesn’t have enough organic farmland even though the demand for pesticide-free food is at an all-time high: It’s a three-step juggle for organic farmers to try to grow food in the industrial agricultural food model...

Aug 02 14:07

Feds Suing to Access Utah Prescription Database; State Should Refuse to Comply

By Mike Maharrey

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency wants to access a Utah database of confidential prescription records. But the feds have a problem. The state requires a warrant before law enforcement agencies can access the Utah Controlled Substance Database. The DEA doesn’t have one. Not to be deterred, the drug police have sued the state in federal court to gain access to the records.

No matter what the courts say, Utah should simply refuse to comply...

Aug 02 12:26

Aetna Posts $300 Million Obamacare Loss, Warns May Exit Altogether

After every other major US health insurance provider already admitted to generating substantial losses on the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamcare, earlier today Aetna became the latest to report that its annual loss on Obamacare plans would be more than $300 million, and said it had scrapped plans to further expand its Obamacare business next year. More ominously, Aetna joined the biggest US health insurer United Health in reviewing how, if at all, it would continue providing ACA services in the 15 states it's currently in.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

President Obama had to know that ultimately, Obamacare was engineered to fail;of course, President Obama was just cynically hoping that the failure could be pushed off until 2017, when he was no longer President.

One has to wonder how many other health insurance companies will have to do an "Obamacareectomy", because the losses are too financially intense to take.

And then, what happens to people who lose their coverage?!?

IF you think for one millisecond Obama cares at all about the collateral damage to these people and their wellness when they lose their coverage, in the immortal words of Tony Soprano, "Fuggetaboutit", because he doesn't, and never really has!!

Aug 02 10:36

US State Dept employee confirms GMO golden rice is Trojan Horse crop

Companies that own patents on golden rice would be willing to make golden rice available at no cost if the countries involved would be willing to adopt US patent regimens to protect other GMO crops

EXCERPT: A couple of years ago we met with an employee of the US State Department who sat down to talk to us about the benefits of GMO crops for farmers and consumers in the Global South. We asked about whether or not farmers would have to pay a technology fee and purchase the Golden Rice seed each year. He said the companies that own the patents would be willing to make the Golden Rice and virus-resistant cassava available at no cost if the countries involved would be willing to adopt US patent regimens to protect other GMO crops. From a policy perspective, that raises the question of whether these crops are being developed as a humanitarian gesture or a means to ensure the profits of the companies who hold the patents.

Aug 02 10:19

Echinacea Helps With Anxiety And These 22 Other Issues

Most people associate the benefits of the flowery herb echinacea with boosting the immune system, due to its widespread media coverage and acceptance in both the medical and alternative health communities. As a result, most people simply associate echinacea with cold viruses and leave it at that. This is…

Aug 02 10:14

Holistic Doctor Death Series: Over 50 Dead on 1 Year Anniversary of Father’s Day

It was one year ago today that the beloved Jeffrey Bradstreet was found dead in a river with a gunshot wound to his chest. Sadly, this anniversary falls on Father’s day here in the US.

I was honored to do the first interview with the Bradstreet family, and commend them for their bravery as they search for answers; they’ve hired their own private investigators and “want to get to the bottom of this”. Their investigators have concluded that this was murder- without a doubt. It was not a suicide. It was murder.

Other families are coming forward and have hired their own investigators too, including Dr Marshall’s wife, who is an MD. Her investigator has said he believes her husband was murdered and a “set up” done by someone with law enforcement or military training (story linked in timeline below).

Aug 02 09:46

"Beyond the God Particle" --China to Trump CERN's LHC: Twice the Size and Seven Times as Powerful

China is planning to build an enormous particle accelerator twice the size and seven times as powerful as CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, according to state media reports. According to China Daily, the new facility will be capable of producing millions of Higgs boson particles - a great deal more than the Large Hadron Collider which originally discovered the ‘God particle’ back in 2012.

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After more than a few false alarms, CERN now claims to have found the Higgs Boson. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN was built specifically to look for the Higgs Boson, nicknamed "The God Particle", thereby revealing the religious agenda that is actually behind what may be history's most expensive church. It must be pointed out that although the LHC, in the unimaginable fury of the high energy collisions it generates, claims to have succeeded in producing a particle that more or less matches the predicted characteristics of the Higgs Boson (absent a piece of "massless matter" to test it with, how will we know?), that does not prove such a particle ever existed before that very moment, nor does it prove the Big Bang. The scientist-priests at the LHC will not be able to prove that their new particle is not itself a creation of the LHC rather than a part of the natural atomic world.

Particle physicists like to joke that studying matter with colliders is like smashing two mechanical clocks together and trying to guess what the clocks looked like based on the springs, gears, and levers that fly out. Let us take that analogy one step further and speculate that given enough speed at the moment of collision, individual teeth from the clock gears will come flying out as separate distinct pieces. But clearly, prior to that moment of collision, they never did exist as separate distinct pieces. Their separateness is created by the collision at that very moment. The same may well be true of the ultra-tiny particles generated by the collisions of the LHC, including whatever we may be asked to accept on faith as the "God Particle." They may be artifacts of the experimental method, and not of natural processes.

Aug 02 08:45


Researchers at the University of Salamanca (USAL) have developed a ‘Sentiment Analysis’ (SA) algorithm that monitors Twitter and Facebook.

Psychologist, Paul Ekman has worked with the CIA, DOD and DHS for years, helping develop facial emotion detection, click here to read more.

Our government is also using ‘Emotive Analytics‘ (EA), to arrest and imprison innocent people!

Ekman has provided training to a whole series of people who were guards at Abu Ghraib prison, too, in how to extract information and truth without torture. “They used my [facial analysis] work, and it was very successful,” Ekman said.

It’s only a matter of time, before police use Emotive Analytics to arrest Americans.

What is SA?

SA trains algorithms to extract subjective emotions and feelings from texts. SA is based on the ‘Bayes theorem‘ and ‘Granger causality’.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Absoflippinglutely unbelievable.

One more reason to never tweet, ever.

And remember, folks; "dangerous sentiments", in the current police state of Amerika is anything the government has defined in those ways.

Aug 02 07:24

Solar Storm To Hit Earth Tuesday – ‘Power Grid Fluctuations’ Possible

The primary impact is expected to be north of 55 degrees latitude, NOAA reported.

Aug 02 07:18

Who Owns the Zika Virus?

And who owns the patent on the virus? The Rockefeller Foundation!

Aug 02 06:52

FLASHBACK JANUARY 2015 - Floridians petition against release of genetically modified mosquitoes

A number of Floridians are hesitant about being guinea pigs in a newly planned experiment that involves the use of genetically modified mosquitoes to combat dengue fever.

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And today Florida has an epidemic of Zika, which can be transmitted by those same GM mosquitoes!

Aug 01 15:46

Federal Officials Investigating Massive EPA Spill That Turned River Orange

By Nadia Prupis

Federal officials are launching a criminal investigation into the 2015 Gold King Mine spill that sent millions of gallons of toxic waste into a Colorado waterway and memorably turned portions of the state’s 126-mile Animas River orange.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which caused the spill, made the announcement Monday as it sent letters to members of U.S. Congress to update them about the agency’s own analysis of the spill...

Aug 01 15:36

Candy-Flavored Meth For Kids Approved By FDA, Despite Side Effects Like Heart Attacks

By Brianna Acuesta

An FDA-approved, candy-flavored amphetamine is to be used to treat children six or older that have been diagnosed with ADHD. The label itself says that the drug has a “high potential for abuse and dependence,” which is not something most parents want their children to be consuming daily.

Active ingredients in the drug itself make it addicting, but the sweet, candy-flavored gummies only serve to keep kids wanting more...

Aug 01 15:30

Mosquitoes In Miami Have Transmitted Zika Virus – Florida Gov

The first known transmissions of the Zika virus in the United States unrelated to travel or sexual contact is believed to have occurred in Florida, the state’s governor has announced. The four people infected live in the Miami area.

Aug 01 12:14

30 year trial shows organic agriculture outputs match factory farming (or outperforms it in droughts), is way better for the environment and more sustainable

The Rodale Institute has been, for a full 30 years now, conducting a long-term comparative Farming Systems Trial. Starting in 1981, when it was already abundantly clear that industrialising nature was creating far more problems than it solved, the Rodale Institute began documented research comparing organically fertilised fields and conventionally fertilised fields on its 330 acre farm in Pennsylvania, USA.

It’s the longest running comparative study of its kind in the world.

In time for their trial’s 30-year anniversary, the institute has put out a report outlining its documented observations. You can download this report via the link at right.

Facts from the 30-year study

Organic yields match conventional yields.
Organic outperforms conventional in years of drought.
Organic farming systems build rather than deplete soil organic matter, making it a more sustainable system.
Organic farming uses 45% less energy and is more efficient.
Conventional systems produce 40% more greenhouse gases.
Organic farming systems are more profitable than conventional.

Aug 01 12:05

The GMO Debate: One student’s experience of pro-GMO propaganda at Cornell University

I came back to Cornell a changed person, with a drastically different perspective. I was in for quite a shock, however: I sat in on a course entitled “The GMO Debate”. I was expecting members of an intellectual community coming together, with proponents and critics of GMO food each giving the best verified evidence they had to support their cause. Given all that I had learned about GMO agriculture, I was excited to participate for the “GMO skeptic” side.

The GMO Debate course, which ran in the fall of 2015, was a blatant display of unscientific propaganda in an academic setting. There were a total of 4 active professors in the course, and several guest speakers. They took turns each session defending industrial agriculture and biotechnology with exactly zero critical examination of GMOs. In spite of the course’s name, there was a complete lack of actual “debate”. Here are some of the more memorable claims I heard that fall semester:

* GMO food is necessary to feed the world
* there is no instance of harm from agricultural GMOs
* glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, is safer than coffee and table salt

Aug 01 11:49

Quake in Azerbaijan Felt in Iran, One Casualty in Iranian Border City Confirmed

An earthquake measuring 5.0 on the Richter scale hit an area in Azerbaijan's Imishli district, near Iranian border and reports suggest at least one person was dead in an Iranian city near the border. Azerbaijan's Seismology Center said in a statement relayed by Trend news agency that the tremor occurred at approximately 08:47 local Baku time (GMT+4). The earthquake was also felt in Iran, where at least one person died from injuries sustained, in the city of Parsabad in Ardabil province, located near Iran-Azerbaijan border. Meanwhile, no information yet is available on the damage and casualties from the Azerbaijani side. Parsabad governor confirmed to Iranian media the casualty in the border city, adding that some derelict buildings were damaged by the quake.

Aug 01 10:55

Global marine life die-off accelerates as we fight over a rigged political system

The Pacific Ocean appears to be in greatest distress, leaving many to wonder what negative effects the ongoing disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has had on the sea since it began leaking radioactive material in 2011. In 2013, what has been described as a viral plague began wiping out millions of starfish and sea urchins began all along the Western sea board of the U.S., and subsequently spread to the Atlantic.

Aug 01 10:06

Free energy is an absolute imperative for the future of the earth and humanity

The global ecological crisis demands radical changes in the way in which we use energy. Traditional renewable approaches such as solar, wind and biomass are attractive but can be capital and materials intensive, diffuse and intermittent.

Aug 01 10:01

Martial law exercise? Feds going door-to-door in Florida asking for urine samples amid Zika outbreak

Officials have said that at least four people in Florida have contracted the Zika virus and warn that the virus now appears to be spreading domestically either through contact with mosquitoes or direct human-to-human transmission. Until recently, the virus only appeared in individuals infected outside of the United States, primarily in South America.

Aug 01 09:54

Veteran CDC employee resigns after she was caught helping Coca-Cola gain political influence over health authorities

America’s “health” authorities have again been caught conspiring with Big Food to ensure their products remain on the market and lucrative, despite mounting evidence of causing widespread, chronic illness among millions of people.

Aug 01 09:04

British morning show guest says antidepressants caused her to hallucinate about killing her children

Some people are quick to dismiss the very real and disturbing statistics that paint antidepressants in an unflattering light, but it is important to keep in mind that every case of things going terribly wrong for someone who takes these drugs can have far-reaching effects not only on the person taking them but also the people in his or her life. This point was driven home by Katinka Blackford Newman in her recent appearance ITV's This Morning.

Newman told the hosts of the morning show that she reacted so badly to her antidepressants that she became aggressive and suffered from hallucinations and even psychosis. What happened to her might only happen in one out of every 100 to 1,000 cases, but that's far too many when an entire family's well-being is at stake.

Aug 01 08:21


Police in Michigan have a new tool for unlocking phones: 3D printing. According to a new report from Flash Forwardcreator Rose Eveleth, law enforcement officers approached a professor at Michigan State earlier this year to reproduce a murder victim’s fingerprint from a prerecorded scan. Once created, the 3D model would be used to create a false fingerprint, which could be used to unlock the phone.

Aug 01 08:20


Genetically modified wheat not approved for sale or commercial production in the United States has been found growing in a field in Washington state, agriculture officials said Friday, posing a possible risk to trade with countries concerned about engineered food. The Food and Drug Administration says genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, are safe and little scientific concern exists about the safety of those on the market. But critics say not enough is known about their risks, and they want GMOs labeled so people know what's in their food. On Friday, President Barack Obama signed into law a bill that will require labeling of genetically modified ingredients for the first time. The legislation passed by Congress two weeks ago will require most food packages to carry a text label, a symbol or an electronic code readable by smartphone that indicates whether the food contains genetically modified organisms, or GMOs.

Aug 01 08:08

The Psychology Of Ideology And Religion

Two of the drivers of world affairs that manifest in the daily decisions that affect our lives are ideology and religion.

Ideology is the term widely used to describe the underlying set of values, myths, ideas, attitudes, beliefs and doctrine that shape the behavioral approach to political, economic, social, cultural and/or ecological activities of an individual or organization. This organization might be a political party, government, multinational corporation, terrorist group, non-government organization, community or activist group.

Aug 01 06:56

Ya gotta luv ya bugs

The advances in understanding what is 'healthy' has been undergoing a quiet revolution since 2002. This is because of genome technology

The fact is that we are more microbe than human. We have 10 times more microbe cells than our own. We are home to over 100 Billion microbes and 100 Trillion viruses. Over a 1000 different species have been identified. Our micronome accounts for about 70% of the total DNA that makes up the human body. The total microbiota in our gut weighs about 2Kg. The average stool from a healthy person is made up of 50% living and dead biota

Human gut biomes have evolved along with us for millions of years. When our species split from the Apes the biomes also split into two species

Jul 31 22:19

The Stolen Nation of Hawaii

Produced by Ken Nichols O'Keefe in early 2001, this is the virtually unknown story of Hawaii and the hidden Genocide being committed by the American government with the use of 'blood quantum' for the purpose of eliminating the Hawaiian national; and the reason America does this? Because according to their own laws, America never lawfully annexed Hawaii*, therefore according to law Hawaii never became a state, and if the Hawaiian land was never lawfully annexed, the only true claimant to the land, is the Hawaiian national.

Jul 31 11:40

Why NASA still believes we might find life on Mars

The day Gil Levin says he detected life on Mars, he was waiting in his lab at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, watching a piece of paper inch out of a printer.

Levin snatched the sheet and scrutinized the freshly inked graph. A thin line measuring radioactive carbon crept steadily upward, just as it always did when Levin performed the test with microbes on Earth. But this data came from tens of millions of miles away, where NASA's Viking lander was — for the first time in history — conducting an experiment on the surface of Mars.

"Gil, that's life," his co-investigator, Patricia Straat, exclaimed when she saw the first results come in. There was jubilation at JPL. Afterward, Levin said, he drove into the mountains above Los Angeles, sat on the ground and stared up at the night sky.

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Vindication is a long time coming!

Jul 31 08:47


Dramatic increases in infant mortality, cancer and leukaemia in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, which was bombarded by US Marines in 2004, exceed those reported by survivors of the atomic bombs that were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, according to a new study.

Iraqi doctors in Fallujah have complained since 2005 of being overwhelmed by the number of babies with serious birth defects, ranging from a girl born with two heads to paralysis of the lower limbs. They said they were also seeing far more cancers than they did before the battle for Fallujah between US troops and insurgents.

Their claims have been supported by a survey showing a four-fold increase in all cancers and a 12-fold increase in childhood cancer in under-14s. Infant mortality in the city is more than four times higher than in neighbouring Jordan and eight times higher than in Kuwait.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Depleted uranium; the toxic gift that keeps on giving death and grievous illnesses.

In a just world, that unholy trio of Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld would be cooling their heels in cells at the International Criminal Court in the Hague, for crimes against humanity in Iraq and Afghanistan; for lying this country into a war to control Iraq's oil, and insuring that Iraqi oil was only sold in US dollars.

However, the lack of true justice in this world is truly, staggeringly astonishing.

These men are still celebrated and feted by some of the most wealthy people in the world.

Remember that when Cheney needed a heart transplant, he was able to (mysteriously, at 71) jump his way to the head of the line to receive it. It is very difficult to explain that "his number just came up", and a perfect donor was identified.

And perhaps the most amazing part about that bit, was discovering he actually had one after all.

Jul 31 07:25

Starving Venezuelans Break Into Zoo And Eat Equally Starving Animals

A food shortage plaguing Venezuela right now has thrown citizens into a frenzy in search for sustenance and they have resorted to breaking into zoos to butcher and eat the animals. Last week, groups of intruders broke into Caricuao Zoo in Caracas, Venezuela, pulled a rare black stallion from its cage, and slaughtered him there on the spot. They left behind only his head and ribs, which zookeepers found in the morning when they entered to care for the lone horse.

Jul 31 06:39

Russian biological warfare troops rushed to Arctic after outbreak of lethal anthrax hospitalises 40

BIOLOGICAL warfare troops have been rushed to the Russian Arctic amid growing concerns over a serious anthrax outbreak. A total of 40 people – more than half of them children – are now hospitalised amid fears they may have contracted the deadly infection.

Jul 30 19:20

US Senate designates July 30, 2016, National Whistleblower Appreciation Day! AE911 Truth sends letter to Dr John Gross of NIST

Dear Dr. Gross:
On July 8, 2016, the United States Senate unanimously passed Senate Resolution 522, designating July 30, 2016, as National Whistleblower Appreciation Day.

On this day, each executive agency of the federal government is encouraged to inform its employees and contractors about the legal rights of U.S. citizens to blow the whistle by honest and good faith reporting of misconduct, fraud, misdemeanours or other crimes to the appropriate authorities.

We at Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth) are marking this special day by encouraging you, a member of the team that conducted NIST’s investigation of the World Trade Center disaster, to blow the whistle on that demonstrably fraudulent investigation and the reports with which it culminated.

Jul 30 11:08

Animal Health and Wealth in Palestine

Archaeological evidence shows that the Middle East, particularly the Levant region and the Jordan Valley, was the starting point for animal domestication more than eight thousand years ago. Since then, the people living in this area have relied on animals to support their livelihoods, and even now, Palestinian farmers raise and breed livestock as a source of food and income.

Jul 30 10:23

Kilauea lava flow elicits crowds, smiles

Is the volcano goddess Pele smiling?

Volcano videographer Mick Kalber, of Tropical Visions Video, captured this image on video of what appears to be a crooked smiley face in the lava lake at Puu Oo vent on Wednesday, a day after lava reached the ocean from the Puu Oo.

The cracks of bright molten lava in the lake are formed as lava circulates and the black, semi-solid lake surface pulls apart.

At the Kamokuna ocean entry, the sight of the lava falling over a steep ocean cliff to the sea has attracted thousands of visitors.

Jul 30 09:13

Non-Lethal Biological Warfare Agents Linked To Autoimmune Disease Epidemic

Autoimmune diseases, often referred to as autoimmune disorders, occur when the body’s immune system is triggered into attacking its own healthy cells and tissues as if they were invading pathogens. This results in long-term, seemingly impossible to overcome health challenges, as the symptoms tend to come and go, fluctuating between temporary remission and temporary flare-ups, depending on environmental conditions and individual triggers. Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, celiac sprue disease, inflammatory bowel disease, Hashimoto’s disease, and post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome are some of the most common disorders that fit this description, and mainstream wisdom maintains they are incurable.

Jul 30 08:24

Michigan prosecutor charges six in Flint water scandal

Six Michigan state employees were charged on Friday in an investigation into dangerous lead levels in the city of Flint's drinking water.

The criminal charges were filed by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette against three employees apiece from the state's health and environmental departments.

Schuette did not elaborate on possible charges for other local and state officials but said prosecutors "were going where the truth" takes them.

Some critics have called for high-ranking state officials, including Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, to be charged. Snyder said in April he believed he had not done anything criminally wrong.

Flint, with a population of about 100,000, was under control of a state-appointed emergency manager in 2014 when it switched its water source from Detroit's municipal system to the Flint River to save money. The city switched back last October.

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The cabal which signed off on this, to save a few bucks, no matter how great the danger was going to be for Flint's citizens and kids, should be tried, convicted, and jailed for most of the rest of their miserable lives as an "encouragement" to anyone in this country who deals with water issues for their communities to never, ever pull a stunt like this again.

Jul 30 08:01

Overthrowing other people’s governments: The Master List

General Dumbford head of the joint chiefs of staff is headed to Turkey to convince Erdogan that the US didn't try to overthrow him.
Those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it.
The world no longer believes the lies that spew from the mouths of American politicians and generals like vomit!
China 1949 to early 1960s
Albania 1949-53
East Germany 1950s
Iran 1953 *
Guatemala 1954 *
Costa Rica mid-1950s
Syria 1956-7
Egypt 1957
Indonesia 1957-8
British Guiana 1953-64 *
Iraq 1963 *
North Vietnam 1945-73
Cambodia 1955-70 *........
Add Turkey to the list!

Webmaster addition: Also Cuba in 1898 and 1955, Chile in 1973, Philippines in 1899 and 1965, Hawaii in 1893, China 1900, Panama and Honduras in 1903, Mexico 1914, Panama again in 1989, Dominican Republic 1965, Cuba again in 1961 (failed), etc.

Jul 30 07:18

The origins of Man: Out of Africa? nope Australia!!

DNA evidence is shredding scientific dogma on the evolution from Homo Erectus to Homo Sapien.
Archeologists say Homo Sapiens evolved from Lucy 150,000 years ago.
Professor Alan Wilson the man who proposed that theory now believes, because of DNA evidence, Homo Sapiens evolved from Australian Aboriginals 400,000 years ago. They evolved from Homo Erectus who sailed to Flores(hobbits) and on to Australia ~800,000 years ago. The Aboriginals sailed FROM Australia 50,000 years ago and gave the rest of humanity the concepts of religion, culture, art, democracy, music, boats, surgery, dance, astronomy. The Australian Aborigines also were the first people to colonise the Americas. The later Clovis people drove them into Patagonia where they still exist to this day.
Whether they sailed to or from Australia they had to cross 100km of open waters at the Wallace line

Jul 30 06:48

After 100 years World War I battlefields are poisoned and uninhabitable

No war in recent memory can compare to the meat grinder of World War I. Europe still bears the scars of the war, even almost a century later. The gruesome and terrifying type of warfare typical of the Great War had a lasting impact on those who witnessed and experienced it. It also created such carnage on the land where it was fought that some of those areas are still uninhabitable to this day.

Jul 29 15:30

Cosmic Radiation: Apollo Astronauts 5 Times More Likely To Die From Heart Disease, Says Study

The first study of Apollo astronauts – the only people to have traveled beyond Earth’s protective magnetic shield – has found that those who ventured to the moon are five times more likely to die from heart disease.

Jul 29 14:31

U.S. must beware China's 'Guam killer' missile

(CNN)Capable of hitting targets 3,400 miles away, China's "Guam killer" missile is raising new fears of a growing Chinese threat to major U.S. military installations.

Jul 29 13:20

Ireland Jails 3 Top Bankers over 2008 Collapse, the Opposite of What the US Did

“By means that could be termed dishonest, deceitful and corrupt, they manufactured 7.2 billion euros in deposits by obvious sham transactions,” Judge Martin Nolan of Ireland said as he convicted three top bankers on Friday for their role in the 2008 financial crisis. They are among the first in the world to be sent to prison for their involvement in the global meltdown eight years ago. The longest-ever criminal trial in Ireland lasted 74 days and led to convictions for former Irish Life and Permanent Bank Chief Executive Denis Casey; former finance director at the failed Anglo Irish Bank, Willie McAteer; and former head of capital markets at the Anglo Irish Bank, John Bowe. They received sentences ranging between two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half years.

Jul 29 10:23

People In Affluent Countries More Likely To Suffer From PTSD – Study

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) impacts people in affluent nations more than those in poorer countries, a new study has found.

Jul 29 10:00

Raw Story Attacks Scott Adams over Blog Post

. . . . if you’re surprised that someone with such deep-seated insecurity about their masculinity is all-in as a Trump supporter… well, you really shouldn’t be." ~ Raw Story

Scott Adams' Twitter response:"

Jul 29 09:39

Yes, They Really Do Want To Reduce The Population – 22 Shocking Population Control Quotes From The Global Elite That Will Make You Want To Lose Your Lunch

Most Americans have absolutely no idea, but a very dark philosophy is spreading like wildfire among the global elite. This philosophy is an obsessive belief that humanity has become a cancer that is destroying the earth.

There are now large numbers of global leaders that are convinced that the exploding population of the world has become like a virus or a plague, and that it must be combated as such.

In fact, it would be very difficult to understate just how obsessed many members of the global elite are with population control.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I understand there is a population problem and always will be, because sex is much more fun than dying! That being said, the problem I have with the population control people is they always want someone ELSE to die or go without children.

Jul 29 08:59

Suddenly, a Palestinian breast cancer survivor becomes a 'security threat'

Nadia Abu Nahla who survived breast cancer, is very late for the periodic medical checkup she needs. In 2009, she was successfully treated at Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer. She underwent chemotherapy, an operation, radiation; she asked and received exit permits for all stages. Of all her family, only her mother was permitted to accompany her.

Afterward, Abu Nahla continued regular follow-ups with the team that treated her with dedication. It is known how critically important the follow-up is. The medical equipment needed for periodic exams is not found in the Gaza Strip. It is forbidden to import it. Severe limits on movement also impair the quality of treatment in Gaza. And in general, it is her right to remain under the supervision of the medical team that knows her so well.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How did this woman's request "not meet the criteria" for urgent medical care, under the circumstances?!?

This is yet another callous, inhumane example of Israel's "serial genocide", by refusing to provide desperately needed medical care to a breast cancer survivor.

I guess the wretchedly apartheid Israeli government official who rejected her request for care is hoping that whatever is causing her pain will kill her in the most slow and excruciating manner, or that she will commit suicide.

Jul 29 08:40

What Makes People Choose Hedonistic Foods Over Healthful Ones?

By Karen Foster

When hunger strikes, we often eat with our eyes and it creates a fine line between eating those foods which we consider pleasurable or healthy. This then often forms the the connection between the mind and the mouth dictating our health and weight. A series of five studies suggests that when one sees a self-indulgent food on a touch screen, the hedonistic centers of our brain are facilitated...

Jul 29 07:02

Russia may supply components for Iranian satellites

Components for Iranian satellites may be produced by Russia’s Roscosmos space corporation, said Russian Communications Minister Nikolai Nikiforov after meeting with Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Vaezi in Moscow.

Jul 28 19:57

Overly Simple Energy-Economy Models Give Misleading Answers

In the book Secular Cycles, Peter Turchin and Surgey Nefedov approach the problem of what causes civilizations to collapse using a modeling approach. According to their analysis, the kinds of things that caused civilizations to collapse very much corresponded to the symptoms of increasing complexity:

Problems tended to develop when the population in an area outgrew its resource base–either the population rose too high, or the resources become degraded, or both. The leaders would adopt a plan, which we might consider adding “complexity,” to solve the problems. Such a plan might include raising taxes to be able to afford a bigger army, and using that army to invade another territory. Or it might involve a plan to build irrigation, so that the current land becomes more productive. A modern approach might be to increase tourism, so that the wealth obtained from tourists can be traded for needed resources such as food.
According to Turchin and Nefedov, one problem that arises with the adoption of the new plan is increased wealth disparity. More leaders are needed for the new complex solutions. At the same time, it becomes more difficult for those at the bottom of the hierarchy (such as new workers) to obtain adequate wages.

Jul 28 16:38

New Study Shows Common Insecticide Destroys Fertility In Bees

By Derrick Broze

A new study provides further evidence that a commonly used insecticide is causing harm to the honey bee population, specifically the male drone honey bees.

A new study published on Wednesday in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B has found that a class of insecticides known as neonicotinoids do not kill drone honey bees, but instead drastically reduce the amount of live sperm produced by the male population. Researchers at Switzerland’s University of Bern found that the bees who ate pollen treated with neonicotinoids produced 39 percent less live sperm than the bees who did not eat the treated pollen...

Jul 28 16:23

Video: Arizona woman killed by officer held medical scissors

They train them to kill for non-compliance with orders. They train them to say the magic words,"I felt my life was endangered". A cops job is to bring in offenders for due process not execute summarily anyone they feel threatened by.Why did they become a cop? 15th most dangerous job in America. In the olden days the police would have slapped the medical scissors out of her hand with their billies and carted her off to jail,bruised but alive! And Native Americans are #1 on the shoot list,not blacks!

WINSLOW, Ariz. (AP) — A Navajo woman who was fatally shot by an Arizona police officer earlier this year had medical scissors in her hand as she approached the lawman, body camera video shows.

The shooting of the Navajo woman led tribal officials to urge the U.S. Justice Department to investigate the treatment of American Indians in towns that border the Navajo Nation. A Justice Department spokesman did not immediately say Wednesday whether the office planned to do so.

Jul 28 15:20

Sugar-Coated Lies: How The Food Lobby Destroys Health In The EU

Over half the population of the European Union (EU) is overweight or obese. Without effective action, this number will grow substantially in the next decade warns an important new report.

Jul 28 11:52

The Most Dangerous Jobs in America

Police are 15th.

1 Logging workers 110.9 78
2 Fishers and related fishing workers 80.8 22
3 Aircraft pilots and flight engineers 64 82
4 Roofers 47.4 83
5 Refuse and recyclable material collectors 35.8 27

Jul 28 11:47

Ten things less likely to kill you than the cops

1,208[i] people were killed by the cops in America in 2015. The number was 1,111[ii] in 2014. With 624[iii] killed so far in 2016, we're on track for 1,168 by the end of the year. Based on an average of 1,160 people killed by police per year in America, let's look at your odds of being killed by a cop relative to some other common (and not-so-common) things that might kill you.

Living in America...

You're 1.8 times more likely to be killed by a cop than by the heat.
You're 20 times more likely to be killed by a cop than by a bee, wasp, or hornet.
You're 24 times more likely to be killed by a cop than by lightning.
You're 41 times more likely to be killed by a cop than by a dog.
You're 53 times more likely to be killed by a cop than by a terrorist attack.............

Jul 28 11:38

Over 55k Americans injured, killed by US police in just 1 yr – study

Who is the enemy of America? Russia? China? NOPE! The district of criminals is America's worst and deadliest enemy. And here is the proof!

More than 55,000 Americans were either killed or injured by US police in just one year, a new study has revealed. Most of the deaths were from fatal firearm wounds or excessive use of taser devices.
The study, titled 'Perils of police action: a cautionary tale from US data sets,' covers the year 2012 and offers greater context to the issue of police brutality, which has only grown bigger in the four years since the research.

Jul 28 11:32

'What Difference Did They Make?'

If the crimes listed below are charged
against the Clinton's, we could free ourselves from
All these lawless-chains they forged, over the last 30 years.
Because the requisite trials will bring down this government,
without the need for a violent revolution.

Jul 28 09:58

The Dangers Of Magnesium Deficiency

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body. Researchers have detected more than 3,750 magnesium-binding sites on human proteins1 giving an indication of its wide-ranging health effects. More than 300 different enzymes also rely on magnesium for proper function.

Jul 28 09:55

Fracking industry dumping radioactive waste in landfills, exposing homes and schools to cancer-causing chemicals

Denny and Vivian Smith live in the idyllic Estill County town situated near the Kentucky River on property that has belonged to their ancestors since the 1800s. Last August, the area was descended upon by a convoy of trucks that were transporting concentrated fracking waste from northern West Virginia to the Blue Ridge Landfill.

Jul 28 09:06

Vaccines: “Preventing Every Bad Thing”

By Jon Rappoport

We begin with this: “Administration of KMV (killed measles vaccine) apparently set in motion an aberrant immunologic response that not only failed to protect children against natural measles, but resulted in heightened susceptibility.” JAMA Aug. 22, 1980, vol. 244, p. 804, Vincent Fulginiti and Ray Helfer. The authors indicate that such children can come down with “an often severe, atypical form of measles. Atypical measles is characterized by fever, headache… and a diverse rash (which)… may consist of a mixture of macules, papules, vesicles, and pustules…”

In other words, the measles vaccine can create a worse form of measles. This is not the normal form of the illness, from which children routinely recover with the bonus of lifetime immunity. No, this is a severe, atypical, dangerous, synthetic, vaccine-induced disease...

Jul 28 08:38

Organic panty liners found contaminated with glyphosate weedkiller

Over 3,000 boxes of cotton-based panty liners have been pulled off the shelves in Canada and France, after findings that they contained glyphosate, the active – and cancer-causing – ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup.

Jul 28 07:50

Farm workers who detassel corn are sickened by pesticides; emergency crews called to decontaminate

Growing up in America's heartland (central Iowa), detasseling corn each summer was a great way to earn some extra money. However, the job wasn't easy, as it required waking up early and working manual labor outside in the hot summer sun. Unlike my peers, my parents did not push me to detassle due to the allergic reaction I had from being outside in the cornfields.

Looking back, I realize how much of a blessing this was, because at the time, I never realized how harmful (or even deadly) that summertime job could be. Neither did my family, friends or anyone else in my hometown for that matter. Back then, the word "glyphosate" was never mentioned, despite the fact that it was being used all around us.

Jul 27 12:27

Experts Say LSD Is Less Harmful Than Alcohol

A study came to our attention recently that claims psychedelics, including of course LSD, are not linked to mental health problems or suicidal behavior - in fact...

Jul 27 11:45

Bad news for Bob the Builder: Watch Hadrian X the robo-builder create an entire house in just two days

It can lay 1,000 bricks an hour and work around the clock, 24 hours a day

A robotic 'hand' lays the brick, and applies adhesive instead of mortar, which improves the thermal efficiency

It 3D scans its surroundings to work out exactly where to place bricks - and is simply parked next to site

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Not sure I would care to live in that house, but still, pretty cool!

Jul 27 10:52

Jupiter's Great Red Spot 'roars with heat'

Astronomers have found that Jupiter's Great Red Spot, a hurricane three times bigger than Earth, is blasting the planet's upper atmosphere with heat.

Using measurements from an infrared telescope in Hawaii, a UK and US team found evidence for temperatures as high as 1,500C - hundreds of degrees warmer than anywhere else on the planet.

Jul 27 10:04

Baton Rouge police shooter was prescribed mind-altering drugs for PTSD

Gavin Long was an honorably discharged Marine, but the medical care he received was not honorable in any way. Gavin Long got no real help for his PTSD. Instead, he was subjected to the violent side effects of the prescription psychotropic drugs, Lunesta and Ativan.


The overlapping side effects of Lunesta and Ativan alone include the initiation of aggressive behavior, agitation, sudden changes in behavior, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts and homicidal ideation. It is unbelievable that these drugs are even considered medications.

Jul 27 09:15

Has a new form of life been discovered at the bottom of the ocean? Mysterious glowing purple orb has scientists and the internet stumped

A mysterious purple orb sucked off the sea bed during a live-streamed Nautilus exploration has stumped scientists, and naturally the internet too.

Inquisitive viewers of the YouTube video have made multiple guesses as to its origins, ranging from an 'alien egg' to a brand new species of Pokemon.

In fact it is more likely the bright orb, found by the Channel Islands of California, is a type of marine mollusc.

At least that is the current view of scientists who in all honesty are not completely sure, and it could take several years before they find out.

Jul 27 06:22

Progressives BETRAYED! Democratic party official platform is now pro FRACKING, pro Monsanto, pro TPP, anti GMO labeling

Wake up, America! Today's Democrat party is a party that is beholden to corporate interests and government totalitarianism. On top of that, Hillary Clinton is not just a war criminal but an environmental criminal, collecting over a hundred million dollars in "donations" so that international billionaires could rape and pillage the land by clear cutting rainforests or mining for uranium to produce nuclear weapons.

Jul 27 03:53

Mobile phones are 'cooking' men's sperm

The findings have led to a leading British fertility expert to advise men to stop being addicted to mobile phones.

Jul 26 14:35

Top 3 Health Concerns Of Americans Revealed In Surprising New Poll

No, it’s not about cancer, heart disease or respiratory disease – which statistically comprise nearly half of all deaths. Surprisingly people are beginning to fear...

Jul 26 12:04

Arkansas Lethal Injection Drug Likely From Pfizer Subsidiary

Arkansas’ secrecy laws didn’t keep photos of a drug used in the state’s lethal injection protocol from offering some inadvertent transparency. A Pfizer subsidiary is now thought to be the provider, despite the company’s prior statements to the contrary.

Jul 26 11:21


When the federal government takes the rare step of fining medical providers for violating the privacy and security of patients’ medical information, it issues a press release andposts details on the web.

But thousands of times a year, the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services resolves complaints about possible violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act quietly, outside public view. It sends letters reminding providers of their legal obligations, advising them on how to fix purported problems, and, sometimes, prodding them to make voluntary changes.

Case closed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Your health care is no longer a matter of a relationship between you and your doctor; it is now a matter of you, your doctor, and the Federal Government.

Jul 26 10:59

Prohibition is Over! First GOP Poll to Show Majority Support for Full Marijuana Legalization

By Steven Maxwell

Prohibition of cannabis is over. It may not be legally over yet, but in the minds of men and women, it’s over.

A new YouGov poll shows a new record high of Americans now support the legalization of marijuana by a widening gap...

Jul 26 09:18

Environmentalists Spar With EPA On Jet Engine Exhaust, Air Pollution

The US Environmental Protection Agency has declared that aircraft emissions contribute to air pollution and “endanger public health,” but environmental activists say the “endangerment finding” falls short on creating rules to reduce aircraft emissions.

“Addressing pollution from aircraft is an important element of U.S. efforts to address climate change,” Janet McCabe, EPA’s acting assistant administrator for air and radiation, said on Monday, according to the Associated Press.

Jul 26 07:57

Thousands of anti-fracking activists rally in Philadelphia, US

Thousands of anti-fracking campaigners took to the streets of Philadelphia on Sunday, a day ahead of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) that is to take place there.

Jul 26 07:57

Glyphosate disrupts DNA function, causing ‘medical chaos’ in the form of multiple diseases including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, say researchers

Nearly half a century has passed since Monsanto scientist John Franz first discovered glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, which today is sprayed heavily all over the globe, including on our food and water, and in recreational areas where people go for leisure.

Jul 26 07:54

This state is taking the lead for solar power

California is taking the lead on solar and renewable energy, requiring that 33 percent of electricity come from the sun and wind by 2020. This will up to 50 percent in 2050 in an effort to save resources and better the environment by reducing the need for fossil fuels. This was put into effect by California governor Jerry Brown, who signed the bill in 2015.

Jul 25 19:49

LEAKED Footage: Here’s What Monstrous Things They Do For The Sake Of The Meat Industry

Waking Times Media

Animal Equality investigators have infiltrated hatcheries to show you a reality that the chicken industry does not want you to see…

Jul 25 19:15

How antidepressants affect the brain and make people more likely to kill

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) admitted back in 2004 that SSRIs, SNRIs and other "new generation" antidepressants like the kind Bain was using can, in fact, worsen depression symptoms, and in some cases cause users to become suicidal or homicidal.

Jul 25 19:09

REVEALED Vaccine ingredients cause tumors to grow -

Furthermore, Dr. Bradstreet and his colleagues found that an enzyme/protein called nagalase, made by cancer cells and viruses, stops vitamin D from binding to the Gc protein, stripping the human body of its natural ability to kill cancer cells.

Nagalase has been found in high concentrations in children with autism. As nagalase has never been found in newborns, it must somehow have been introduced into these kids' bodies later in life.

Jul 25 18:13


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Mentioned on today's radio show!

Jul 25 12:56

M6.1 - 53km NW of Diego de Almagro, Chile

Jul 25 10:19

New study suggests Alzheimer’s may be in the brain as young as preschool

A gene which may be related to Alzheimer’s disease can show itself as early as preschool, according to a new study published in the journal Neurology.

Jul 25 09:52

Anonymous letter listing concerns about Canadian nuclear generating stations can’t be ignored, says NDP leader.

Federal NDP leader Tom Mulcair is demanding an independent investigation into allegations of safety problems at nuclear power generating stations in Ontario.

Mulcair criticized the Liberal government’s decision to allow the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to investigate itself in the wake of a scathing anonymous letter citing serious safety failures.

The letter was reportedly sent to commission president Michael Binder weeks ago and to media outlets this week.

It alleges CNSC management withheld information from commission panels holding licensing hearings for two nuclear plants in Ontario. The CNSC regulates the use of nuclear energy in Canada.