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Apr 28 09:16

Disaster in space: The catastrophic collision of two satellites in space is recreated in fascinating simulation

In the decades since humanity first launched satellites to orbit, there have only been four known collisions between two such objects in space.

But, experts say satellite crashes will become more common in the future.

To better understand what happens when satellites traveling many kilometers per second crash into other objects, ESA researchers have simulated the collisions in the lab.

Apr 28 06:42

AN OUTBREAK OF TOXIC CATERPILLARS THAT CAN CAUSE ASTHMA ATTACKS, VOMITING AND SKIN RASHES HAS DESCENDED ON LONDON, OFFICIALS HAVE WARNED

An outbreak of toxic caterpillars that can cause asthma attacks, vomiting and skin rashes has descended on London, officials have warned. Oak processionary moths (OPM), which are in their larval stage, have been spotted across the south-east of England and in the capital.

Apr 27 22:56

FLASHBACK: Russia: Revolutionary secret warfare system tested with capability to 'switch off enemy weapons'

"It will fully suppress communications, navigation and target location and the use of high-precision weapons," said adviser to the KRET first deputy CEO Vladimir Mikheyev.

"The system will be used against cruise missiles and will suppress satellite-based radio location systems.

"It will actually switch off enemy weapons."

Apr 27 22:32

FLASHBACK:Russian Jamming System Kills All NATO Electronic Systems In Syria

Russia have deployed new electronic jamming systems that are able to blind radar, disrupt electronic guidance systems, and interfere with satellite imagery.

NATO have complained that Russia have effectively blinded their electronics in Syria, inside a bubble of 600 km in diameter.

Apr 27 22:28

Electromagnetic weapon of Russia, English subtitles

TV movie telling about Electromagnetic weapon of Russia, with English subtitles. Some ignorant and primitive thinking of Western people (sometimes even become senators or politicians) are not even aware of the existence of certain military technologies are not available for the vast majority of countries, but available for Russian army.

Apr 27 22:23

Controlling the airwaves: Russia's electronic warfare systems

Modern armed forces are equipped with systems capable of disabling enemy equipment and weaponry by attacking their electronics, and Russia’s military is no exception.

Electronic warfare (EW) systems are not at all inferior to direct impact weapons in terms of efficiency, but unlike cannons and missiles, they destroy not the enemy's manpower and equipment, but its "nervous system" – systems of control, guidance and surveillance.

Such a strike can at once deprive it of all opportunities to fight – disabling electronics, shutting down electrical wires, blinding radars, and immobilizing combat aircraft and warships.

Apr 27 21:34

The fiasco of the bombing raid on Syria

The Inhibitor!
However, the Russian army observed the shots and transmitted the coordinates of the Allied missiles to the Syrian Arab Army in real time, in order to allow the Syrians to destroy them. Besides this, when the Syrians became swamped by the number of allied missiles, the Russian army deployed its system for inhibiting the commands and controls of NATO, which paralysed most of their launchers.

The most that we know for certain is that a French plane was unable to fire one of its missiles, and was obliged to jettison it out to sea without triggering it [9], and that two French multi-mission frigates suffered a computer failure and were unable to fire their naval Cruise missiles [10] — these are symptoms that are well known by anyone who has had to face up to the Russian inhibitor weapon.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvDAHmQ1_tw

Apr 27 18:05

NASA scraps a lunar surface mission — just as it’s supposed to focus on a Moon return

NASA is pulling the plug on its only planned robotic mission to the Moon’s surface. The space agency has reportedly canceled its Resource Prospector — a small rover that was designed to excavate materials such as hydrogen, oxygen, and water from the lunar poles. The move has angered many lunar scientists, and now they’re calling on NASA’s new administrator to keep the program alive, claiming it’s a crucial mission to help return humans back to the Moon.

Apr 27 13:56

Psychiatrist Says: More Psychiatry Means More Shootings (Also, let's discuss the anti-depressants...)

Good psychosocial and educational help for our distressed and potentially violent children and young adults, and their families, will remain unavailable as long as psychiatry dominates theory and practice. Reforms will never occur as long as prescribers are enabled to sicken young brains and minds with neurotoxic psychiatric drugs. With biological psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry continuing to determine the kind of mental health services that are delivered, school shootings will continue to grow in number and ferocity.

Apr 27 13:32

It’s “open season” on vaccinating pregnant women with toxic, harmful substances confirmed present in many vaccines

Everybody knows that when you’re pregnant you don’t drink coffee, smoke cigarettes or take pain medications, right? And no matter how tempting that glass of wine might look, as a conscientious mom-to-be you wouldn’t think of drinking alcohol during pregnancy. For a mother, the responsibilities of parenting start from the second she finds out she’s pregnant, and most moms take that responsibility very seriously, doing all they can to protect their babies.

Why is it, then, that mothers who are admonished not to take anything stronger than Paracetamol during pregnancy are also advised to get toxic vaccines? The Centers for Disease Control has long recommended that pregnant women be vaccinated against the flu, for example, and yet one of their own studies recently confirmed an alarming link between spontaneous miscarriages and the influenza vaccine.

Apr 27 08:42

EU agrees to BAN the world's most widely used pesticides after scientists confirm they do harm bees

European Union member states have decided on a ban on the outdoor use of 'neonicotinoid' pesticides after an assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (Efsa) confirmed in February the dangers they posed to bees.

Use of the three pesticides is already restricted in the European Union on crops such as oil seed rape, because of the concerns they have 'sub-lethal' effects such as harming the bees' ability to forage and form colonies.

Member states have now endorsed proposals by the European Commission to completely ban the outdoor uses of the three active substances, meaning they can only be used in greenhouses.

Apr 27 08:31

Island Of Fire

As we’ve come to appreciate with each passing year, World War Two was the most evil manifestation in human history. No other conflict even comes close in matching that war for its vast and unspeakable crimes. Mass murder of surrendering soldiers, mass starvation of helpless civilians, mass rape of women and children, assembly-line style torture in the tens of thousands, uprooting and expulsion of millions to certain death, the deliberate destruction of ancient cultures--these atrocities and many more add annually to World War Two’s menu of beastly war crimes.

Apr 27 07:45

BEXALERT!: Israel: Iran Has More Than 80,000 Fighters in Syria

I posted this one as science fiction. They get caught passing off an airport in Tehran as an Iranian airbase in Syria and now this.

The Times of Israel reports: Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations on Thursday presented an aerial photograph of an alleged Iranian base outside Damascus that he said Tehran was using to bring in and train tens of thousands of fighters for the militias it backs in Syria.

observers.france24.com/en/20180419-idf-israel-syria-iran-airport-photo-debunked

Apr 26 18:19

Autism rates continue to climb, and experts don’t exactly know why….How about VACCINES you stupid F****!

Autism is a developmental disorder characterized by a range of communication and social challenges, as well as repetitive behaviors like rocking, hand-flapping or obsessions.

The report is published every two years by the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, a CDC-funded tracking system that assesses more than 300,000 8-year-old children for the disorder.

Craig Newschaffer, director of the AJ Drexel Autism Institute at Drexel University in Philadelphia, said he understands why people find it frustrating to see the autism rates continually climbing with no explanation. But, as genetic studies are increasingly revealing, autism is extremely complex, he said.

There are no obvious environmental causes for the rising rates, and without data on adults, it remains unclear whether more people have autism, or the condition has always been this common, just unrecognized or called by other names, he said.

Apr 26 11:19

Psychiatrist Says: More Psychiatry Means More Shootings

Among the many missed opportunities widely discussed in the media, here is one on the local level where the Department of Children and Families actually went to his home to investigate. The department intended to evaluate Cruz for “possible detainment under the Baker Act, which allows authorities to hold individuals against their will for up to 72 hours.”

What did the investigator find? NBC News quotes the official report: “Mr. Cruz stated that he plans to go out and buy a gun… It is unknown what he is buying the gun for.”

Not only was Cruz planning to buy a gun while apparently refusing to say what he was planning to use it for, but his mother’s observations cast serious doubt on her son’s mental capacity to own a weapon. According to the New York Times, “She told the investigator that Mr. Cruz did not have a gun, though he did have an air gun she would take away from him when he did not follow rules about shooting only at backyard targets.”

Apr 26 10:42

MONSANTO LOSES RIGHT TO PATENT SEEDS

Delhi High Court’s ruling which forbids Monsanto from stopping supplies to seed companies is a boost to domestic seed companies, and will curb the ability of multinationals to establish a seed monopoly

Opponents of genetically modified crops received a boost when the Delhi High Court upheld the Indian Patent Act, which states that seeds and life forms cannot be patented, and the Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights Act, 2001 (PPV&FR Act), which biotechnology multinationals have tried to undermine, and ruled that key plant genetic material cannot be patented. The court was deciding a dispute between Monsanto and Nuziveedu Seeds Ltd, Prabhat Agri Biotech Ltd and Pravardhan Seeds Private Ltd, over interpretation of law, especially Section 3(j) of the Indian Patent Act and applicability of PPV&FR Act for transgenic plants.

Apr 26 10:17

IS THE U.S. GOVERNMENT EVIL? YOU TELL ME

Is this a trick question?
Is the U.S. government evil?
You tell me.

This is a government that treats its citizens like faceless statistics and economic units to be bought, sold, bartered, traded, tracked, tortured, and eventually eliminated once they’ve outgrown their usefulness.

This is a government that treats human beings like lab rats to be caged, branded, experimented upon, and then discarded and left to suffer from the after-effects.

This is a government that repeatedly lies, cheats, steals, spies, kills, maims, enslaves, breaks the laws, overreaches its authority, and abuses its power at almost every turn.

This is a government that wages wars for profit, jails its own people for profit, and then turns a blind eye and a deaf ear while its henchmen rape and kill and pillage.

Apr 26 09:28

Nanoparticles polluting vaccines - Stefano Montanari & Antonietta Gatti

Two italian researchers have found nanoparticles are polluting almost all vaccines. The small size of these particles allow them to enter our cells and have a permanent inflammatory effect. Mrs Gatti was about to testify in parliament enquiry on vaccine damages of italian military courses but both researches have been raided by police and all their material has been taken away

Apr 26 08:28

Scientists Raided After Discovering Dangerous Nanoparticle Contaminants in Common Vaccines

In an unabated attack on vaccine science and public health, two world renowned scientists who discovered contaminants in common vaccines have recently had their home raided and much of the documentation of their findings confiscated.

Apr 26 08:26

Most Bottled Water Contaminated With Microplastics

Plastic has become an incredibly harmful convenience, now threatening environmental and human health alike, and in more ways than one.

Apr 26 05:08

LONG-TERM ANTIDEPRESSANT USE LINKED TO HIGHER DEMENTIA RISK

Antidepressants may significantly increase the risk of developing dementia, experts have warned. A major new study, published in the British Medical Journal, found a “robust link” between the degenerative disease and the medication, even when taken up to 20 years before a diagnosis.

Apr 25 16:24

Japanese knotweed 'cannot be killed off': Scientists fail to destroy the invasive weed after 19 attempts

Homeowners have been warned there is no end to their worst garden nightmare - scientists have proved that the dreaded Japanese Knotweed cannot be killed off.

Experts have spent five years on the world's biggest field study of knotweed to test different ways of annihilating the invasive plant - but have come up empty handed.

After 19 attempts to kill the plant, scientists failed to find a successful way of managing the species.

Apr 25 15:17

Joe Brewer PCT Hike

This young guy has done all three major trails. AT,PCT and CDT!

Apr 25 15:13

NOLS North Cascades Mountaineering 5.27.15

Expedition included successful summits of El Dorado Peak, Mt. Sahale, and SnowKing Mtn.

Apr 25 09:40

MERCK ACCUSED OF FRAUD, DECEIT, NEGLIGENCE IN US GARDASIL CASE

Merck’s aggressive agenda to increase HPV vaccine uptake rates, despite causing thousands of severe injuries, is hitting a stumbling block in a court case alleging blatant corruption.

There has been documented evidence that the HPV vaccine has caused more injuries than any other vaccination in history. Despite this evidence however, the HPV vaccination has continued to be hailed a success by the pharmaceutical industry and governments alike.

According to the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) VigiAccess database, as of April 09, 2018, a total of 85,329 reports of adverse reactions have been filed regarding the HPV vaccination. These reports include 37,699 reports of nervous system disorders; 2450 cardiac disorders, (including 38 cardiac arrests) 533 reports of Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); over 3200 reports of seizures or epilepsy, 8453 syncope, and 389 deaths.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I hope Merck loses this, big-time.

Apr 25 09:29

FDA Declares Homeopathic Remedies ‘Illegal’

The American Food and Drug Administration has announced plans to make homeopathic remedies illegal as part of their crackdown on alternative medicine.

The FDA plans to target all remedies that aren’t produced by Big Pharma, forcing them to register for an FDA license.

Dr Mercola reports: “[I]n one fell swoop, the FDA has declared that virtually every single homeopathic drug on the market is being sold illegally,” the Alliance for Natural Health USA (ANH USA) wrote — and it’s not an exaggeration. In essence, the FDA’s guidance reads:

Any homeopathic drug that has not been considered “generally recognized as safe and effective” (GRAS/E) is considered a new drug
FDA has not determined that any homeopathic drugs are GRAS/E
A new drug cannot be marketed unless it goes through the FDA’s approval process
No homeopathic drugs have gone through FDA approval nor can any producer afford to take them through the approval process

Apr 25 09:24

LEGAL MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENT JAILED 10 DAYS AFTER TESTING POSITIVE FOR THC

A twenty-four-year-old medical marijuana patient in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, spent ten days behind bars after a blood test showed THC in his system despite his legal use of the plant.

CBS Pittsburgh reports that Sampson Bailey was in court on unrelated charges from last year related to credit card fraud when an unnamed judge speculated that he was high and demanded that he take a drug test. Though Bailey denies showing up in court under the influence of cannabis, his test came up positive for THC (even one single use of cannabis stays in the system for at least one to two days, meaning the positive test result did not prove he was actually high in court).

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder just how many pharaceutical companies are in this judge's portfolio; obviously, they have a very limited understanding of US law, where one is innocent until proven guilty, but ascribes to the polar opposite, now known as Code Napoleon Law, where one was presumed guilty until proven innocent.

Apr 25 09:01

Why Farmed Salmon Is One Of The Most Toxic Things You Can Put In Your Body

There’s no denying that it contains many essential omega 3’s which are known to be good for your brain, many consider fish ‘brain food’ because of how essential these nutrients are for brain health. Unfortunately, farmed fish, particularly salmon and tilapia, are doing more harm than good and as awareness grows, many experts are now claiming for farmed fish to be one of the most toxic foods in the world.

Apr 25 08:54

Macron: France Will Not Leave Iran Nuclear Deal

Speaking before the US Congress, Emmanuel Macron said that France is not going to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal — also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) — which was signed in 2015.

The comment comes after statements from the US State Department and EU foreign police chief Federica Mogherini, who reiterated their commitment to the agreement.

Apr 25 08:29

Find out if your doctor is on the take with just two clicks

A long-time editor of a prestigious medical journal started his editorial on physicians’ conflicts of interest by describing a fantasy: “Doctors treat patients using simply the best evidence and their experience. They are not influenced by money or self-interest.”

“This is, of course, nonsense,” he wrote. There is a reason “pharmaceutical companies spend billions of dollars on the influencing, education, and entertainment of doctors around the world.”

Apr 25 08:01

Back to the wild! How letting Mother Nature reclaim prime farmland and allowing cattle and ponies to run free produced breathtaking results

We walked for half an hour that morning, parting curtains of butterflies. A few weeks later, spiky black caterpillars were swarming over the thistles, spinning silken webs like tents.

The whole area took on the appearance of a chaotic army encampment.

By autumn, the caterpillars had wolfed down the leaves, pupated and flown away, leaving our thistle fields in tatters. The following year, our 60 acres of creeping thistle had vanished entirely.

Not only had Nature solved the thistle problem, but thanks to sitting on our hands, we’d been given a ringside seat at one of its greatest spectacles.

Apr 25 06:21

EWG’s 2018 Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 Lists (and Why “Experts” Are Telling Us to Ignore Them)

It's that time of the year again! EWG has announced it's annual "Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen" list of the foods that are the most contaminated with pesticides. Meanwhile, nutrition "experts" are telling consumers that the list isn't important and that we should completely ignore the shopper's guide.

Apr 24 23:50

Flintlock Rifles with Hershel House

Since the 1960s, Butler Countys Hershel House has been crafting the finest Kentucky Longrifles in the world and in Tinsel Town. Built for both collecting and black powder hunting season, the period-perfect guns are authentic in every detail. The Woodbury resident gives host Tim Farmer a front-row seat to his log cabin workshop. Of course, you have likely seen Houses work already in the hands of mega stars Mel Gibson and Russell Crowe in recent box office hits.

Apr 24 23:36

the secret world of the japanese swordsmith

Documentary from 1997
©1997 Troivision Co., Ltd/Warabe No Mori Co., Ltd. kobayashi dldg, 4-7 Yotsuya Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Japan

The Japanese sword is the soul of the Samurai. The crafting of this work of art - which embodies beauty, strength and tradition - has been shrouded in secrecy for more than thousand years.
Because of the highly advanced techniques and numerous years of dedicated effort required in crafting Japanese swords, the skill has always been a closely kept and jealously guarded secret.

Apr 24 17:43

Cognitive Benefits of Meditation Last for at Least Seven Years, Study Reveals

There’s a growing body of scientific evidence that confirms the many benefits of meditation. These include improved cognitive function, stronger immune system, and lower stress and anxiety. Now, for the first time, scientists have discovered just how long we can expect some of these benefits to persist.

Apr 24 17:36

Take Back Your Power - Full Movie HD

The 2013 NSA spying scandal exposed vast programs to monitor your personal communications. Now, energy utilities and governments are reaching into your own home, through fast-tracked "smart" meters and spy-ready technology. But what if you have a choice? At stake is in-home surveillance, increased bills, emerging health risks and more hacking vulnerabilities.

With compelling insight from whistleblowers, researchers, government agents, lawyers, doctors and environmentalists, the award-winning documentary Take Back Your Power takes us on a journey to expose corporate and government corruption and erosion of rights in the name of "smart" and "green." What you'll discover will surprise, unsettle and empower you.

Apr 24 16:28

Paracetamol in pregnancy raises children's risk of ADHD and autism by up to 30%, study finds

The common painkiller, which is also known as acetaminophen, also raises children's risk of autism by up to 20 per cent, a study found.

Study author Dr Ilan Matok, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, said: 'Our findings suggest an association between prolonged acetaminophen use and an increase in the risk of autism and ADHD.'

Although it is unclear how the drug causes ADHD or autism, paracetamol has previously been linked to communication problems and reduced IQs among children whose mothers took the medication while expecting.

Apr 24 13:30

Common Cleaner Releases 146 Contaminants Into The Air

Household cleaners are also known to decrease reproduction in mice studies. But what you may not know...

Apr 24 13:23

Large lake of boiling water found on Mars

Russian radio enthusiast Valentin Degterev found a huge lake full of boiling water on pictures of Mars. The photos, taken by NASA, show a body of water two kilometres in diameter in the area of the south pole of Mars, URA.ru says. The lake is located in a meteorite crater. Having "discovered" so much water on Mars, Degterev assumed that scientists conceal a lot of information about the existence of water on Mars saying that Mars is an anhydrous planet. Like on Earth, the water in the newly-discovered lake on Mars is blue and liquid. The radio enthusiast also assumed that the water in the lake boils all the time and produces a lot of steam. The researcher provided the coordinates of the site, where the lake was found, and said that the discovery was extremely valuable, because nothing like that was ever found on the Red Planet.

Apr 24 10:28

#89 in Holistic Doctor Series Shot 5 Times In Front of Family (World Famous Healer)

It appears as if holistic healers are being found dead or assassinated around the world now.

With this new death, this makes 89 in the series. You can read about them all here. These deaths have all happened in well under 3 years.

Our heart goes out to family and loved ones, some of whom witnessed this gruesome cold-blooded murder, of the world-famous traditional healer and elder Olivia Arévalo Lomas of the Shipibo Konibo Indigenous people of Peru.

She was assassinated yesterday with five shots to the heart. “The unknown assailants killed her at her home in the community of Victoria Gracia located 20 minutes from the town of Yarinacocha, in front of her family and in the presence of children.”1

Apr 24 10:23

See Thousands of Asteroids Swirl Around the Sun in This NASA Video

The inner solar system looks downright crowded in a new video showing the fruits of an asteroid-hunting spacecraft's labor.

The video plots the data gathered during the first four years of NASA's NEOWISE mission, which has spotted and characterized more than 29,000 objects since December 2013. Most of those are asteroids in the main belt between Mars and Jupiter, but the total includes nearly 800 near-Earth objects (NEOs) and more than 130 comets, mission team members said.

"NEOWISE continues to expand our catalog and knowledge of these elusive and important objects," mission principal investigator Amy Mainzer, of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, said in a statement.

Apr 24 10:17

US STRUGGLING TO HANDLE EXCESS PLUTONIUM

The United States is struggling to handle the excessive amounts of plutonium generated at the cores of its many retired nuclear reactors, according to a new report, raising fears that it might end up in the wrong hands.

Today, there are some 54 metric tons of surplus plutonium stored in nuclear facilities the US Department of Energy operates around the country, according to Reuters.

In Pantex, a plant located near Amarillo, Texas, the surplus plutonium has long exceeded the 20,000 cores, also known as “pits,” that regulations allow such facilities to store in their temporary storage facility.

That means a mishap in the process, which is mostly done manually by contract workers, can trigger massive nuclear explosions.

While in the past the US simply used the leftover plutonium to produce more nuclear munitions, it is now obliged under a 2010 treaty with Russia to keep its arsenal under 1,550 warheads.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The problem of what to do with nuclear waste is one requiring the highest level of attention by a Federal government which constantly exhibits all the classic symptoms of ADHD.

Unfortunately, it will probably take it a catastrophe of horrific proportions, before this issue is intelligently addressed, and dealt with.

Apr 24 09:11

FLASHBACK - USMC Base Hawaii’s Residents Bring Lawsuit from Contaminated Dirt

The lawsuit alleges the company failed to properly manage the contaminated soil under and around the foundations while the homes which were either demolished and replaced between 2006 and the present. The company has also been accused of not informing neighbors living in and around the construction zone of potential health dangers.

Several soil tests were conducted with hundreds of hot spots discovered in 2006 and 2007, contaminated with insecticides and pesticides present above environmental “action levels” which included chlordane, heptachlor, aldrin, dieldrin, and endrin – levels more than 20 times higher than the EPA determines safe.

Apr 24 09:06

Zero-Calorie Sweeteners Also Lead To Diabetes and Obesity

By Natasha Longo

Increased awareness of the health consequences of eating too much sugar has fueled a dramatic uptick in the consumption of zero-calorie artificial sweeteners in recent decades. However, new research finds sugar replacements can also cause health changes that are linked with diabetes and obesity, suggesting that switching from regular to diet soda may be a case of ‘out of the frying pan, into the fire.’...

Apr 24 08:59

The Peanut Allergy Vaccine

By Rosanne Lindsay

Of all food allergies, those to peanuts are most common. Yet, no one in the scientific or medical community seems to know why. Without addressing the cause, the CDC wants you to roll up your sleeve to be injected with a new vaccine based on research in mice using immunotherapy to alter the immune system’s response to prevent peanut allergies...

If you think that vaccines are being repurposed, you would be right...

Apr 24 08:11

Mysterious new form of DNA seen inside human cells for the first time looks like a 'twisted knot' instead of a double helix

A new form of DNA has been discovered inside living human cells for the first time.

Named i-motif, the form looks like a twisted 'knot' of DNA rather than the well-known double helix.

It is unclear what the function of the i-motif is, but experts believe it could be for 'reading' DNA sequences and converting them into useful substances.

Apr 23 13:42

The Miracle Moss That Removes Arsenic From Drinking Water

Did you know that there is an aquatic moss that clears 80 percent of arsenic from a water jug in less than an hour? When pollution strikes...

Apr 23 11:50

Twitter Blocks Girl with Down Syndrome for Posting ‘Pro-Life Pictures’

Charlotte “Charlie” Fien, a British pro-life activist with Down syndrome, was reportedly blocked by Twitter for 24 hours this week after posting pro-life materials.

The 22-year-old English girl with just under 2,000 followers was up in arms over Twitter’s heavy-handed move, especially since the social media giant routinely allows pro-abortion users to post anything they want without censorship.

“Funny how Twitter allows willy pics and boobs,” she cracked. “Funny how Twitter allows paedophiles and other scum. Funny how Twitter doesn’t like my Pro Life pics and blocks them.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The treatments for Downs Syndrome have grown incredibly, and this young woman, and her very loving, suppportive family, is living proof of that.

This is a genetic abnormality, and in the 21st century, people should be testing their DNA to insure against that, when they are ready to be parents.
And if it is an issue for a couple,they should think about adoption, which I believe is a very beautiful thing to do.

But for Twitter to block her pro-life images; PLEASE, this is very tacky.

I personally feel that I need to track down this gal, and offer support.

And just in case I haven't made my feelings clear, on this blog, I am very much pro-life, but understand, as a compassionate woman, that not all pregnancies can come to term, and it is a tragedy when that cannot happen.

It happened to two family members very close to us, so I do understand why and how this termination of a pregnancy sometimes just has to be done; I just hate seeing it done as a retroactive birth control measure.

Apr 23 10:57

UNIT 731: HOW LEADERS OF JAPAN’S WWII GERM WARFARE UNIT ENDED UP WORKING FOR THE US

Unit 731, the notorious germ warfare unit of the Imperial Japanese Army that conducted horrific lethal experiments on Chinese civilians and Allied prisoners of war before and during World War II, is back in the news again after the Japanese government released the names of more than 3,000 of its former members. The unit is little known in either Japan or the United States; what’s even less known is that rather than punish its members, US authorities during the postwar occupation of Japan paid them millions of dollars to share knowledge gained from, among other crimes, dissecting live POWs and killing hundreds of thousands of Chinese civilians by aerial spraying of bubonic plague and other deadly diseases.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is an ugly reality that the American Deep State frequently does not punish horrific war criminals, but co-opts them for scientific gain, as happened here.

Apr 23 10:48

CITIZEN SCIENTIST WHO HELPED EXPOSE FLINT WATER CRISIS HONORED WITH GOLDMAN PRIZE

A stay-at-home mother of four and trained medical assistant who led the effort to expose the water crisis in Flint, Michigan has recieved a prestigious award that honors grassroots environmental activists from across the globe.

LeeAnne Walters is the North American recipient of this year's Goldman Environmental Prize, which is awarded to one activist from each of the world's six inhabited continents.

After Walters's eyelashes started falling out, her twin toddlers broke out in a rash, and her teenage son started experiencing vision and kidney problems in 2014, she filed a formal complaint. Months later, in February 2015, local officials tested lead levels in her water—which, they determined, were dangerously high.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The rich and well-connected never eat their own.

Apr 23 09:51

US Air Force to Put Sensors on Allies’ Satellites

The U.S. Air Force is planning to put sensors on allies’ satellites to boost deterrence, increase resiliency — and simply get them to orbit sooner.

The move is intended to diversify the makeup of military spacecraft that circle the Earth, better protecting them from an enemy attack and persuading Russia and China to think twice before launching a war in space, service officials say.

“When you can complicate the decision-making of an adversary, particularly in crisis, you have have a greater deterrent effect because they have to think about consequences in different ways,” Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said Wednesday at the National Space Symposium, an annual gathering of more than 14,000 military and commercial space professionals.

Spreading out satellites in the manner makes military assets in space more resilient — a term often used by Air Force leaders in recent years to describe spacecraft that can better withstand an enemy attack.

Apr 23 09:11

Update On The Flint Water Crisis With Flint Mayor Karen Weaver

Apr 23 08:33

Subterranean fires & gold rushes: Meet America’s ghosts towns (PHOTOS)

Swallowed by lakes, abandoned beside tapped out mines and collapsed due to subterranean fires, the US is pockmarked with thousands of ghost towns.

Dotted all around the country, the derelict towns, full of decaying buildings, have provided the backdrop and inspiration for numerous songs and stories. Most of them were once thriving communities but, for one calamitous reason or another, all the residents have long since departed.

Here’s a whistle-stop tour of some of the towns America left behind.

Apr 23 08:26

Iceland whale SLAUGHTER: Fury as new hunting season comes to Icelandic waters

MIGHTY fin whales are to be killed for health supplements as a new season of hunting comes to Iceland’s notorious waters.

The second largest creatures on the planet could be killed in their scores when whaling resumes in the North Atlantic after a two-year cessastion.

Two Icelandic whaling vessels are being prepared for a 100-day season to the despair of conservationists who warn of seas being stained red with the blood of the huge marine mammals.

The Icelandic authorities allowed for a quota of 161 fin whales a year when they first gave permission for the protected species to be hunted a decade ago after a 20-year moratorium.

Apr 23 08:15

Quitting a Bad Habit: Germany to Massively Restrict Monsanto Weedkiller

On Tuesday, German Agriculture Minister Julia Kloeckner announced that legislation is being drafted to end the use of glyphosate in the country’s home gardens, parks and sports facilities.

Glyphosate, the active ingredient in agricultural giant Monsanto's Roundup product, is used to kill weeds. In Germany, an estimated 40 percent of all crop-growing land is treated with the toxic chemical.

The German minister is also planning on establishing additional restrictions for the use of glyphosate in agriculture, except in areas that easily erode and cannot be exposed to heavy machinery.

Apr 23 08:15

The New Space Race: NASA to Award 1st Contracts for Gateway Moon Base

As the space race heats up, the first contracts for the manufacture of key components for humanity’s Gateway orbital lunar base will be awarded in 2019, according to NASA.

Expected to begin next year, a big push to reignite space exploration will see landmark awards for contractors to begin building humanity's first orbital moon base, according to NASA.
Intended to be used as a staging area for deep-space exploration and study, the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway (LOP-G) will orbit the moon, and operate as a jumping-off point for manned Mars exhibitions, as well as to the asteroid belt and other planets.

Contracts for power and propulsion systems will be announced, as well as those for habitation and life-support, according to a Thursday statement from NASA associate administrator William Gerstenmaier during the 2018 Space Symposium conference in Colorado.

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Lamar Odom Credits Marijuana for Being ‘Walking Miracle’ Following Overdose

After a 2015 trip to a Nevada brothel left him unconscious and recovering from multiple strokes, former NBA star Lamar Odom says he's turned to cannabis to aid in his recovery efforts.

“Marijuana has helped, especially with my stroke,” Odom recently told People magazine. “With my coordination, my balance, and my overall physical attributes—all my doctors say I’m a walking miracle. I think marijuana attributed to that.”

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