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Jul 20 09:56

Anybody out there? $100m radio wave project to scan far regions for alien life

Astronomers are to embark on the most intensive search for alien life yet by listening out for potential radio signals coming from advanced civilisations far beyond the solar system.

Leading researchers have secured time on two of the world’s most powerful telescopes in the US and Australia to scan the Milky Way and neighbouring galaxies for radio emissions that betray the existence of life elsewhere. The search will be 50 times more sensitive, and cover 10 times more sky, than previous hunts for alien life.

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I wish them luck, and I hope any positive results they find are greeted with more open minds than those that ignored Dr. Gilbert Levin's results indicating microbial life during the Viking missions to Mars in 1976. However, along with deliberate radio transmissions, one might also listen for the harmonic "noise" of power systems. Deliberate radio signals may be megawatts in power, but even on our own Earth the radio leakage into space is in decline as mass communication switches to cable systems. But all intelligent technological societies will use electricity, Like us, they will discover that AC power is most efficient at long line distances, and that the range of alternating current frequencies where the efficiency is greatest is rather narrow. That means that all alien technological civilizations will be using alternating current power distribution running between 10 and 200 Hz. Radiative power is more efficient at higher frequencies, so looking for upper band harmonics for signals in those ranges would be advisable. But consider the scale of power. as I said before, deliberate radio signals may be in the megawatts, but the power grid of an advanced planet is leaking terrawatts of radio noise into the universe!

Jul 20 09:29

On this day in 1969 - Apollo 11 lands on the sea of tranquility


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Apollo 11 landing site imaged by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Jul 20 09:27

VIKIING ANNIVERSARY FLASHBACK - VIKING, LIFE ON MARS, AND DR. GILBERT LEVIN

History has shown that credit for great achievements often goes to the wrong person. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain initially gave credit for the discovery of the new world to Amerigo Vespucci rather than to Christopher Columbus. The political agenda was to declare the new lands the sole property of Spain and not share them with other European monarchs. Of course, Leif Erikson had explored the new continent in the 11th Century, and evidence suggests that the ancient Egyptians were importing cocaine from central America for the Pharaohs long before that. Indeed it may well be that America is the real historical Atlantis; the great lands beyond the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar) told by the ancient Egyptians to Plato. But I digress.

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Jul 20 08:58

FDA Does Big Pharma's Dirty Work Again, This Time to Censor the Benefits of Essential Oils

By Kristen Anderson

In September of 2014, the FDA began a coordinated attack on companies that market essential oils. The top brands are d?TERRA and Young Living. Both companies offer essential oils to help manage a variety of symptoms ranging from headaches to anxiety to hyperactivity. Many essential oil users claim to have eliminated the need for over-the-counter medications due to using specific combinations of essential oils to target common maladies...

Jul 20 07:02

FEMA official warns: “[…] everything west of Interstate 5 will be toast”, massive natural disaster coming

“Our operating assumption is that everything west of Interstate 5 will be toast,” a FEMA official told Kathryn Schulz of the New Yorker. “When the next full-margin rupture happens, that region will suffer the worst natural disaster in the history of North America.”, Schulz wrote about an anticipated future mega-quake.

Jul 19 23:03

Academic Oligarchy: Majority of Science Publishing is Controlled by Just Six Companies

The flow of science in this modern age is largely controlled by just six corporate publishing groups, which by calculated design have been gobbling up the journal market since at least the 1970s. And a new study out of Canada reveals that this mass consolidation of publishing power is, to a large extent, skewing what passes as scientific progress.

Jul 19 22:21

Army eyes North Cascades for helicopter training

Army aviation officials at Joint Base Lewis-McChord want to create a North Cascades training area for helicopter pilots to practice flyovers and high-altitude landings on U.S. Forest Service lands.

The high-elevation mountain training area would extend over an aerial space largely east of the Cascades from around Leavenworth up to the Canadian border.

It would include seven remote landing zones, including one just inside the boundary of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area and another within a mile of the Pacific Crest Trail north of Highway 20.

Jul 19 22:08

What If Everything You Were Ever Taught Was A Lie?

By: Gregg Prescott, M.S.

www.in5d.com.

There is a war going on right now and it doesn’t involve guns or the military industrial complex.
It’s a war on consciousness and most people are clueless that it even exists.

In the beginning… there was religion and government.
It is blatantly obvious that religion has been teaching either half truths or full out lies, right from the start. According to the Christian bible, God created Adam and Eve and told them to be fruitful and multiply.

Based under this premise, we would all be the products of incest.

Jul 19 21:46

FLASHBACK: Bush's Mysterious 'New Programs'

Not that George W. Bush needs much encouragement, but Sen. Lindsey Graham suggested to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales a new target for the administration’s domestic operations -- Fifth Columnists, supposedly disloyal Americans who sympathize and collaborate with the enemy.

“The administration has not only the right, but the duty, in my opinion, to pursue Fifth Column movements,” Graham, R-S.C., told Gonzales during Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Feb. 6. 2006

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Jul 19 18:07

Scientists Make International Appeal on Dangers of WiFi

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Dr. Martin Blank, PhD of Colombia University leads a group of concerned scientists in an important appeal about the safety of wi-fi and other electromagnetic signals. To put it bluntly, these devices are causing cell damage and ending many of our lives prematurely, and these scientists want you to know about it.

Jul 19 15:32

New Study Shows GMO Soy Accumulates Cancer Causing Chemical Formaldehyde

Breaking Bombshell: Right now Congress is getting ready to cut a deal with Monsanto to try to kill GMO labeling and common sense regulations on new GMO foods. Incredibly, at the same time, a groundbreaking new study released this week reveals that genetic engineering significantly disrupts basic cellular functions in GMO plants at an alarming level.

In the first of its kind systems biology approach, scientists at the International Center for Integrative Systems analyzed more than 6,497 lab experiments to discover an alarming accumulation of formaldehyde, a known carcinogen, and a dramatic depletion of glutathione, a key antioxidant necessary for proper detoxification of cells and maintain a healthy immune systems in plants, animals and humans.

Jul 19 15:25

FLASHBACK - Anti-depressants and psychiatric drugs can lead to 'long-term harm'

A Nevada seventh-grader who went on a deadly shooting rampage at his school nearly seven months ago had been teased at school and was taking a prescription antidepressant, police said Tuesday.

Jul 19 15:24

‘Not the son we knew’: Tennessee gunman’s family says he suffered from depression

“For many years, our son suffered from depression. It grieves us beyond belief to know that his pain found its expression in this heinous act of violence," the Abdulazeez family said.

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Yet again we look behind the screams about "Muslims" and "gun nuts" to another brain melted by these dangerous prescription psychiatric drugs!

Jul 19 10:44

Obama Is in a Bind on Drugs That Could Cost Consumers Billions of Dollars

The Obama administration is caught in a trap as it tries to bring home a trade deal with its Pacific Rim partners. Some of the chief beneficiaries may be big drug companies like Novartis AG, Roche Holding AG, and Pfizer Inc. while the losers could be consumers in both the U.S. and the region.

The administration says it’s bound by congressionally imposed instructions to try to get as much current U.S. law as possible into trade accords -- including stringent protections for patented drugs that it’s repeatedly tried to ease at home to encourage more cost-saving generics.

Jul 19 10:11

Human sewage eating away sewer pipes throughout drought-stricken California

As if California doesn't have enough problems, ranging from its severe drought to the ongoing threat of forest fires, it's now experiencing the possibility that human sewage may soon be strewn about its streets. The problem is facing San Francisco in particular; there, pipes are about 150 years old and considered a "working relic." The term working puts it kindly since they're basically so old that they're much more prone to problems than newer ones.(1)

Couple an already fragile piping system with 1) less water flow due to water conservation efforts, and 2) the amount of human waste traveling through them remaining the same, if not more than before, and you've got a recipe for disaster. Simply put, you've got an old system which now has less drainage capability grappling with a great deal of human waste trying to make its way through. Yet it can't very easily, and therein lies the problem.

Jul 18 20:29

Steer clear of these medicines to avoid heavy bleeding

Consuming antidepressants and common painkillers at the same time can lead to increased risk of bleeding.

A team of researchers based in Korea compared the risk of bleeding among patients treated with antidepressants with and without non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and suggested that special attention was needed when patients use both these classes of drugs together.

Jul 18 20:15

Marijuana can heal broken bones, says new study

Marijuana helps broken bones heal faster, a new study has found.

The Times of Israel reports that researchers at Tel Aviv University found that rats with broken bones healed much quicker when given the non-psychotic marijuana component, cannabidiol or CBD.

The study, published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research on Thursday found that the bones not only healed quicker, but were also stronger and more resilient against a repeated fracture, meaning the bones treated with marijuana were much less likely to break again.

The scientists behind the research believe that this is due to a connection between cannabinoid receptors in the human body and the stimulation of bone growth.

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Jul 18 08:36

Liberia says 4 remaining Ebola patients have recovered

The four remaining patients infected during Liberia's recent string of Ebola cases have recovered, meaning there are currently no confirmed cases in the country though more than 100 people are still under surveillance, a health official said Friday.

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Jul 17 19:13

New Horizons: Why bother exploring the Solar System?

So, I wondered, what would we have thought if Christopher Columbus or Captain Cook had spotted an unmapped coastline but turned away with a look of indifference and had not bothered to land?

To them, the lure of exotic new sights and undiscovered realms proved overwhelming. And nothing has changed.

The long trek to the edge of the Solar System paid off by producing staggering glimpses of alien worlds. When we all first saw the giant mountains of ice on Pluto and vast canyons on Charon, it took the breath away. And the images caught the imagination around the world.

The most powerful answer to the question "why bother?" may be the simplest: the thrill of witnessing discovery is its own reward.

Jul 17 15:16

Shipwreck found off North Carolina, possibly from late 1700s

Scientists using underwater vehicles and sonar have found a shipwreck off the North Carolina coast that may date back to the American Revolution, Duke University said Friday.

The expedition led by Duke marine scientist Cindy Van Dover found the previously unknown wreck in mile-deep waters on July 12 using an underwater robot and a manned submarine.

They've found artifacts including an iron chain, glass bottles, an unglazed pottery jug and navigational instruments including a metal compass. Archaeologists who examined photos of the artifacts say the wreck appears to date back as far as the late 18th century, which would make it a rare find.

Jul 17 15:08

New Horizons boffins peer closer at Pluto: Is that... is that OATMEAL?

Hills, smooth plains, troughs all part of 'astoundingly amazing landscape'

Jul 17 10:39

FLASHBACK - THE "BIG BANG" IS JUST RELIGION DISGUISED AS SCIENCE

Religious circles embraced the idea of an expanding universe because for the universe to be expanding, then at some point in the past it had to originate from a single point, called the "Big Bang". Indeed, the concept of the Big Bang did not originate with Edwin Hubble himself but was proposed by a Catholic Monk, Georges Lema'tre in 1927, two years before Hubble published his observations of the Red Shift.

The "Big Bang" coincided nicely with religious doctrine and just as had been the case with epicycles (and despite the embarrassment thereof) religious institutions sought to encourage this new model of the universe over all others, including the then prevalent "steady state" theory. In 1951 Pope Pius XII declared that Georges Lema'tre's work proved the Christian dogma of divine creation of the universe.

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Jul 17 09:48

House Backs Monsanto and BANS GMO Labeling

By Kristen Anderson

On Tuesday, US food companies and Monsanto sealed a critical victory as the House Agricultural Committee approved a measure that bans the mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods and prevents cities and counties from banning GMO crops within their jurisdictions...

Jul 17 09:40

Mandatory vaccines for adults?

After the California State Legislature passed SB277, which forces all children attending school or daycare to be vaccinated, it was clear that this state was on the road to medical tyranny

Jul 17 09:38

Clean water like an Egyptian - with these seeds

Lack of safe, drinkable water is still such a devastating problem around the globe

Jul 17 09:29

“An Army of Half-Cloned Mice” Produced with Artificial Sperm to Lead Science

The future is synthetically designed in a lab.

Cloned sperm is about to take a big leap, and scientists believe that an “army of half-cloned mice” will result in fast tracking research in cancer and medicine.

“Our man-made sperms cells can be used to generate an army of half-cloned mice with ease and efficiency. These half-cloned mice will fight on the frontline in battles against cancer and other genetic health issues,” said professor Li Jinsong, lead scientist on the project with the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Shanghai Institute for Biological Sciences.

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Jul 17 09:23

Can Simply Living Near a Fracking Site Send You to the Hospital?

People living near "unconventional gas and oil drilling" operations were more likely to be hospitalized for heart, nervous system, and other medical conditions than those who were not in proximity to those sites, a new study published Wednesday has found.

Jul 17 08:24

10 Things That Cost Much More Than Our Trip To Pluto

Pluto and the New Horizons probe have been the stars of the week, and an odd sidebar from CBS Minnesota on the voyage has been going viral. Reporter Pat Kessler observed that the 9-plus-year voyage cost $720 million—which just so happens to be a good deal less than what was spent to build the new Vikings stadium: $1 billion. And that $720 million got us more than just the time in space. NASA itself explains that the funds were and will be spent over the period from 2001 to 2016 on everything from spacecraft development to data analysis to public outreach. Here are nine more things that cost more.

Jul 17 06:01

No Big Bang? Quantum equation predicts universe has no beginning

The universe may have existed forever, according to a new model that applies quantum correction terms to complement Einstein's theory of general relativity. The model may also account for dark matter and dark energy, resolving multiple problems at once.

Jul 16 19:55

Did swine flu jabs give scores of children a crippling sleeping sickness? Chloe and Sam are two of 100 Britons thought to have developed narcolepsy after having injection

Chloe Glasson is 16 years old but she cannot take a bath unsupervised. Nor can she travel on public transport. She’ll never learn to drive, and her hopes of going to university to train as a teacher, let alone living independently, are in tatters.

For Chloe has been diagnosed with narcolepsy — a rare disorder that affects the brain’s ability to regulate the normal sleep-wake cycle.

It was brought on, she believes, by her being given the Pandemrix vaccine in 2009 to inoculate against swine flu.

Chloe is one of around 100 Britons, mostly children, believed to have been affected, with thousands more worldwide.

Jul 16 14:47

Why Use Smart Meters When Analog Meters Are Safe?

Catherine J. Frompovich, Guest
Waking Times

The backlash against retrofitting AMI Smart Meters (SMs) on utility companies’ fire- and RF/EMF-safe analog meters for electricity, gas and water customers is growing exponentially across the country. In states where customers are refusing SMs and wind up going to court, some interesting legal repercussions are happening.

Jul 16 14:45

Your Smartphone Usage is Linked to Your Level of Depression

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You can fake a smile, but your phone knows the truth. Depression can be detected from your smartphone sensor data by tracking the number of minutes you use the phone and your daily geographical locations, reports a Northwestern Medicine study.

Jul 16 14:44

ADHD Meds – The Gateway to Addiction

Michael Whitehouse, Staff Writer
Waking Times

Modern medicine has revolutionized the way we treat disease and illness. Each decade new breakthroughs are made as we continue to unlock our knowledge of the human body, and how to treat its fragility. But what happens when modern medicine identifies normal human characteristics as disorders, or misdiagnoses an existing condition? The result is startling: Prescribing drugs to individuals who don’t need them, in many cases creating a downward spiral of addiction and dependency.

Jul 16 14:38

European Agency to Investigate HPV Vaccines

By Norma Erickson

Sunday, July 12th Svenska Dagbladet (a Swedish newspaper) released a story giving hope to hundreds of Danish families whose lives turned upside-down when their daughters began to experience multiple new medical conditions after HPV vaccine injections. This newspaper announced the European Medicines Agency (EMA) was launching a probe into possible side effects of the highly controversial HPV vaccines. Finally, these families believed they might get some answers as to why their daughters had transformed from healthy athletic girls to mere shadows of their former selves...

Jul 16 11:04

Chefs Are Now Trying Out The New "Bacon Seaweed" Discovery

OSU researchers have been working on a strain of dulse seaweed for 15 years that looks like a translucent red lettuce. Sort of bacon-y all in its own right. But when cooked the protein does taste like bacon.

Jul 16 10:01

Zionists Use Donald Trump to Fix Another Election

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

Like a turd that won't flush, Donald Trump is back again to serve his Illuminati Jewish masters. This time around, his role is to win the GOP nomination and throw the election to Hillary Clinton, the Illuminati bankers' preferred candidate.

If this seems farfetched, consider that Trump is allegedly leading the other GOP candidates by a large margin. He catapulted into the lead by pretending to champion ordinary Americans who are fed up with illegal immigration. Calling Mexicans "rapists" is a little extreme but he needed to get attention fast.

Jul 16 09:39

Who Will Bail Out Humanity If The GMO Evangelists Win?

The pro-GMO lobby likes to think it has the monopoly on truth. Anyone questioning its creed is attacked and smeared. GM Supporters claim to be big on science and peer review. While mouthing slogans about science and its pivotal role in steering the GM debate, they rely on unscientific tactics and polemics to promote their cause. They censor and distort scientific research and attack and smear scientists and others who criticise the pro-GMO establishment and the efficacy of or need for this technology. They also forward bogus claims based on the (inept – see this) studies they cite (see this, this and this to read about the points made here).

Jul 16 09:20

Sweet Cakes by Melissa raises record amount of cash on crowdfunding site

Americans are wakin up.They have had it with the so-called homosexual rights movement and put their money where their mouths are!

Supporters of the Oregon bakery Sweet Cakes by Melissa are putting their money where their mouth is.

A crowdfunding campaign for the embattled business has eclipsed $350,000 in little more than two months – a record amount on the Continue to Give site, The Washington Times reports.Jesse Wellhoefer, founder of Continue to Give, said the Sweet Cakes effort has raised more than any previous campaign on behalf of individuals in the three-year-old crowdfunding website's history, the Times said.

Coupled with $109,000 raised through GoFundMe and an undisclosed amount raised through Samaritan's Purse, online donors have contributed upwards of $450,000 to help bakery owners Aaron and Melissa Klein in their legal battle with a state agency that found they discriminated against a lesbian couple when they refused to make them a wedding cake.

Jul 16 09:08

Restaurant food not much healthier than fast food

Home cooking is still the best way to control the calories, fat, sugar and other nutrients that families consume, a new U.S. study suggests.
Researchers found that eating food from restaurants - whether from fast food places, or better establishments - led to increases in calories, fat and sodium compared to meals made at home.

Jul 16 09:03

This is how far Mariah Carey has travelled through space

Despite New Horizons taking the best part of a decade to arrive at Pluto, radio waves get there in just five hours - so the probe is pretty much just listening to what you were five hours ago. That goes for basically the entire solar system - including the Voyager probes about 17 light-hours away on the edge of interstellar space.

The problem with this exercise, of course, is that by the time any of our radio waves reached these distant places, they'd be so weak that it'd take some serious amplification to make them audible.

But who knows - some incredibly advanced civilisation 22.8 light years from Earth might have figured out the technology to do that, and is marvelling at Meatloaf's "I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" right as we speak. If they chose to invade as a result, it'd be hard to blame them.

Jul 16 09:00

ISS crew shelters in Soyuz capsule over space debris

The crew of the International Space Station was forced to take shelter in a Soyuz capsule due to the close approach of a piece of Russian space debris.

Nasa said that the piece of debris passed by the ISS safely at around 1.01PM (BST) on Thursday. While it passed overhead, the crew were restricted to the Soyuz capsule because the debris was discovered too late to move the ISS out of its path.

Jul 16 08:45

Liberia Confirms 2nd Ebola Death in Resurgent Outbreak

A second person in Liberia has died from Ebola in the latest resurgence of the deadly disease in the West African nation, an official said Wednesday.

The woman in her early 20s who died on July 12 was linked to the 17-year-old boy who died last month, Deputy Health Minister Tolbert Nyenswah told The Associated Press. Three other confirmed cases are being treated in Monrovia, he said.

Jul 16 08:17

Thousands of Smart Meter Fires: New Whistleblower and Court Evidence

By Brian Thiesen

The situation with smart meter fires is worse than we thought — and now we know why. This new investigative video tells all. In studying and doing presentations and making videos on ‘smart’ meters for nearly 5 years now, personally I had my doubts I would learn anything new when I first connected with a utility worker whistleblower...

Jul 16 07:02

Deadly, drug-resistant superbugs now being found in meat products

While it's possible that meat could have been imported and could therefore cause bacterial cross-contamination, or that contamination from humans could occur during packaging, the researchers of this study suggest that the more likely origin is from animals. Specifically, it's thought that the potentially deadly bacteria develop in animals through the use of antibiotics which are often overused to keep livestock infections at bay.

Jul 16 06:51

Totalitarian medicine: Medical boards threaten to destroy careers of doctors who question Big Pharma propaganda

The American Medical Association (AMA) is upping the ante in pursuit of total control over the medical industry. Outraged that acclaimed physicians like Dr. Mehmet Oz of The Dr. Oz Show would dare to speak on national television about issues that go untouched by many conventional doctors, the AMA has proposed new "ethical and professional guidelines" for physicians that threaten to censor doctors who deviate from what the AMA deems as medical gospel.

Jul 15 19:04

Did MARS once have OCEANS? Curiosity discovers continental crust

NASA's nuclear-powered Curiosity rover has aimed its ChemCam laser at some unusually light-coloured rocks on Mars and discovered surprising similarities between them and the rocks of Earth's granitic continental crust.

Jul 15 18:26

Genetically engineered moths could be released in Britain to save crops

Genetically engineered moths could be released in Britain to prevent devastating damage to broccoli and kale crops, scientists have claimed.

Researchers from Oxford University spinoff Oxitec, have tweaked the genes of the insects so that they only produce male offspring.

Tests in greenhouses have shown that releasing GM diamondback or cabbage moths causes populations to crash quickly, limiting damage from caterpillars. New results show that levels had been controlled within just eight weeks.

Now scientists are set to carry out new outdoor trials in New York State after gaining approval from the US Department of Agriculture.

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Jul 15 16:04

California Enacts Vaccine Law That Forces Parents to Choose Between Human Rights and Civil Rights

From flash to bang, it took the politically powerful corporate, medical trade, and government lobbyists just six months this year to gut the human right to informed consent to medical risk taking and the civil right to a school education in California.

They did it by enacting a new law (SB 277) signed by Governor Jerry Brown on June 29, 2015 that denies parents the legal right to file a personal belief exemption to vaccination for religious and conscientious beliefs so their children can attend school.

In order to sign the bill into law, Governor Brown had to abandon his long-standing legislative record as a champion of parental and religious rights and school education.

Jul 15 15:22

The Icy Mountains of Pluto

Jul 15 14:16

Obamacare Was Supposed To Kill Medicare Advantage. It Only Made It Stronger.

Critics immediately seized on the merry-go-round of Washington — how another top White House official has found a job with the lobbyists she used to negotiate with.

“Is there a revolving-door emoji?” NPR’s Jacob Goldstein ruefully tweeted.

But I think there’s a very telling line, buried near the bottom of the Times‘ 798-word story.

“Asked about her priorities, Mr. Tavenner said she wanted to protect Medicare Advantage, the program under which private insurers manage care for more than 30 percent of the 55 million beneficiaries of Medicare.”

There’s a reason why private insurers care so much about Medicare Advantage: It’s arguably their hottest market right now.

Jul 15 13:32

New Horizons: Nasa releases historic Pluto close-up images

Nasa has presented the first images acquired by the New Horizons probe during its historic flyby of Pluto.

Chief scientist Alan Stern said the new images showed evidence of geological activity and mountains in the Pluto system.

The team has also named the prominent heart-shaped region on Pluto after the world's discoverer Clyde Tombaugh.

Jul 15 11:21

Jeb Bush on GMO's

Jul 15 10:28

Russia says NO to GMO seeds; aims for food supply that's 'cleanest in the world'

The future of agriculture in Russia won't involve genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), says the country's Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich. In order to preserve the quality and integrity of its food supply, Russia plans to stick with growing methods that protect the soil and boost yields naturally, a move that Dvorkovich says will make his country's food among the "cleanest in the world."

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Jul 15 09:47

Peer-Reviewed Study: GMO Soy Accumulates Formaldehyde & Disrupts Plant Metabolism

Study Concludes FDA GMO Approval Process is Flawed, Outdated, and Unscientific

A new study published today in the peer-reviewed journal AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES reveals genetic engineering of soy disrupts the plant's natural ability to control stress, and invalidates the FDA's current regulatory framework of "substantial equivalence" used for approval of genetically engineered food (GMOs).

Jul 15 09:47

VIDEO shocker: Dead baby parts 'harvested' during partial-birth abortions... sold to biotech companies for 'scientific' research... Profiteering from sales of baby brains, hearts and intestines

The headline of this article is true. This is what passes for "science" in today's twisted world: the harvesting of dead baby parts during partial-birth abortions so that profits can be generated from the biotech industry's "scientific" research.

It has all been caught on undercover video by the Center for Medical Progress. Full transcript and video links below.

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They ARE treating us like we are just livestock!

Jul 15 09:29

New Horizons: Release of Pluto images next step after probe's historic flyby

The first human footprint on the moon. The landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. NASA scientists put the significance of the New Horizons spacecraft flyby of Pluto on Tuesday right up there with those milestones.

The most beautiful part may come Wednesday, when the images that the craft took and transmitted back to Earth are released.

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Jul 15 08:53

Bill Gates’ $10 billion vaccine scam

The African country of Eritrea, where I live, has reduced malaria mortality by 85 percent in the last seven years. How? By using basic public health methods. By distributing pesticide treated mosquito nets and organizing the pesticide retreatment every three months of mosquito nets. By habitat eradication. And by community medical clinics for immediate treatment.

Malaria is a parasite-based disease noted for its variety and quick development of resistance to medication. Any “vaccine,” if even a billion dollars is able to produce such, would have a limited lifetime and new, patented medications would have to be bought by Africa’s poor every few years.

So “donating” a billion dollars to develop a malaria “vaccine” could turn into tens of billions of dollars in drug sales in Africa alone, and Bill Gates, through his drug company investments, will quietly pocket more African blood money.

Jul 15 08:25

Liberia confirms new Ebola case as outbreak spreads

A Liberian woman has died of Ebola in a hospital in Monrovia shortly after being admitted, becoming the sixth confirmed case of the virus since it resurfaced last month after a seven-week lull, a senior medical official said on Tuesday.

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