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Jan 17 12:12

Donald Trump Mistakes Ivanka from England for His Daughter

Majic has taken advantage of her moment on the global stage by urging Trump to both take more care in his tweets and accept the scientific consensus about manmade climate change, which Trump challenged during his campaign.

Jan 17 11:33

How’s Your Water?

Buried in the Safe Drinking Water Act: CFR 40 Part 141-149, are the regulations for the range of pH levels of drinking water. These standards are set by, among others, our friends the EPA. The Base measurement for drinking water is a pH of 7.0. Optimal human pH is 7.35 to 7.45.

To the average Joe on the street this means nothing. That is until cancer, heart disease, diabetes, etc. set in. The knee jerk response from Joe when he is informed of his problem is to get a bottled pill fix. This in turn, actually causes more serious, and now very well known, advertised on TV “side effects”.

Which, more often than not, result in a shortened life span and death. Any drop in pH, no matter how slight, is the beginning of a disease state and affects when and how we age. The question then is, if slightly acidic water pH is harmful to humans then why is it permitted?

Jan 17 11:10

If You Want To Live Longer, Eat Spicy Food

By April McCarthy

Like spicy food? If so, you might live longer, say researchers at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, who found that consumption of hot red chili peppers is associated with a 13 percent reduction in total mortality — primarily in deaths due to heart disease or stroke — in a large prospective study.

Past research suggested that spicing food with chilies can lower blood pressure in people with that condition, reduce blood cholesterol and ease the tendency for dangerous blood clots to form...

Jan 17 10:53

Toledo Hemp Center Debuts A Grandma-Approved Commercial #WheresTheRelief

In an effort to promote the emergence of CBD oil for pain relief in Toledo, Ohio, the Toledo Hemp Center has just released their homemade comedic commercial, and you gotta see it!

Jan 17 10:34

Top 10 “Science Ass-Hat of the Year” Awards handed out to the shills, hucksters and liars of medicine and biotech

Starting from the top and working our way down to the bottom of the sellout barrel, here come the top performing science-sellout posers and clowns of the year:

Jan 17 10:32

Ransomware brutes smacked 1 in 3 NHS trusts last year

A third (30 per cent) of NHS trusts have been infected by ransomware, with one – the Imperial College Healthcare in London – suffering 19 attacks in just 12 months.

According to results of a Freedom of Information-based study, none of the trusts reported paying a ransom or informed law enforcement. All preferred to deal with the attacks internally.

Additionally, of the 15 trusts who were able to provide further information about the origin of the attacks, 87 per cent reported that the attacker gained access through a networked NHS device, with 80 per cent targeted by a phishing scheme.

Jan 17 10:31

413 page report from .gov website, Congress’s Special Investigative Panel on Planned Parenthood finds horrifying information and criminal activity. CAUTION, THIS IS A VERY SICKENING REPORT TO READ.

Talking about late term abortions here, including up to 35+ weeks. 90%+ of all babies born after 27 weeks survive. It says that in a typical week the guy would do 40 mid/late-term abortions, and 3 or 4 of them would be born fully alive. He would then kill them. That’s 3-4 murders…in a typical week…in a decades-long career…

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Jan 17 09:40

CDC “Spider” Scientists attack the CDC, blow the lid off Jan15

Dear Spider Group:

I commend you on making an important start. You’re on the right road. As a reporter who has covered the CDC for many years, I offer you three suggestions. This short list is by no means exhaustive. I’m just pointing to a few areas where your own research will yield very rich and fertile results.

Jan 17 09:01

Robert Kennedy Jr. says he's accepted job offer from Trump

Mr. Trump has repeatedly shared his belief that there is a link between vaccines and autism.

Jan 16 17:58

Arguments from authority and intimidation and support vaccine propaganda

The article titled, “Trump asks skeptic to probe vaccine safety, alarming doctors” is a carefully crafted vacuous “Argument From Authority and Intimidation” defending the $41 billion dollar a year vaccine industry from any reasonable attempt to independently and reputably investigate the safety and efficacy of vaccines.

Jan 16 17:04

Trump’s DOE Pick Vows To ‘End Global Warming Scam’

Man-made global warming is a hoax created by the elite to make money and damage the U.S. economy, according to President-elect Donald Trump – and his picks for prominent roles in the administration prove he is serious about “ending the scam.”

Jan 16 17:00

A Likely Way that Trump Would Be Forced Out of Office

It is clear, from the overwhelming opposition to Donald Trump’s taking office on January 20th as the U.S. President, opposition on the part of the entire U.S. Establishment — the aristocrats and their agents in the government and media and think tanks — that any opportunity to replace Trump with the Democratic Party’s Establishment Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, or any other Establishmentarian, would be welcomed by the Establishment.

Trump has appointed, as being far over a majority of the principal officers of the executive departments — i.e., majority of his 15-person Cabinet — Establishment Republicans, who favor continuation of the Cold War against Russia.

But now, could come the tactic that actually has the highest likelihood of succeeding, and it would replace Trump with his own Establishment Republican Vice President, Mike Pence. Here’s how it would work:

Section 4 of the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution asserts:

Jan 16 12:17

Moscow Cautiously Reacts to Trump's Idea on Lifting Anti-Russian Sanctions

Trump is trying to use Obama's sanctions as a stick to get the Russians to sign an arms deal. Wont work. The Russians consider the sanctions undeserved and an insult to Russia as a whole. The Donald ain't so smart!

Russian officials commented on the proposal of US President-elect Donald Trump to lift sanctions against Russia in exchange for a bilateral agreement on the reduction of the nuclear arsenal, saying that Moscow is currently not considering the possibility of reducing its nuclear arsenal in exchange for a sanctions deal.

In interview with newspapers Das Bild and The Times, Trump suggested that the sanctions against Russia could be lifted if both countries sign a nuclear disarmament agreement. However, the proposal caused a cautious reaction in Moscow.

Jan 16 11:24

Painkiller breakthrough: Drug as strong as MORPHINE but without side-effects discovered

A team of researchers found that opiorphin, a peptide naturally produced by our body, avoids the most feared side-effect of morphine - respiratory failure due to a lack of stimulation to breathe, which can be fatal.

Experts said Opiorphin has already been proved to help people avoid dependence and constipation.

Unlike morphine – which is fixed to multiple receptors in the body and multiplies the risks of side effects – opiorphin only acts where there’s a painful stimulus.

The molecule even prevents the degradation of the body’s natural pain relief, enkephalins.

Jan 16 10:56

Obama Declared An Emergency In Flint One Year Ago. The Crisis Isn’t Over.

One year after President Barack Obama declared a federal emergency in Flint, Michigan, over the lead poisoning crisis, experts say the city’s water system has significantly improved ? but residents still can’t drink the water from their taps, and there’s no clear end in sight.

On Wednesday, researchers and public officials hosted a town hall meeting in Flint to share the latest water quality data, following a private U.S. Environmental Protection Agency summit in Chicago the previous day. They focused on progress: lead levels in water samples are easily below the threshold to comply with the federal safe drinking water standard, and have been for several rounds of testing.

Other issues with water quality have improved, officials said, citing the ongoing replacement of lead pipe service lines and maintenance of chlorine residuals, a disinfectant used to kill bacteria and other pathogens.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

President Obama utterly failed the people of Flint, and why?!?

Because this is a poor, marginalized community, with many families on public assistance, who could really do nothing for him, as he transitions to private life among his billionaire golf buddies, and the other very connected one percenters who can help him as he "reinvents" himself.

He didn't give a damn, particularly about the kids here; and although many of them did ultimately get treated, through approaches like chelation therapy, that cannot undo the damage of the lead poisoning they experienced, which will stay with them forever.

Jan 16 10:10

ACTOR MARK RUFFALO JUST ADDED TO TERROR WATCH LIST BEFORE ANTI-FRACKING DOCUMENTARY SCREENING

Actor Mark Ruffalo has just reportedly been added to a US terror advisory list after campaigning in support of a documentary that focuses on the alleged dangers of natural gas drilling.
Ruffalo recently drew the attention of Pennsylvania’s Office of Homeland Security after organizing screenings for the documentary Gasland, according to the Guardian.

The Telegraph confirmed that Ruffalo was added to the list, as far back as 2010.

That documentary recently won the special jury prize at this year’s Sundance film festival.

Ruffalo said he was “concerned about the impact of drilling on water supplies.”

For some time now, the well-known actor has addressed the subject, including in the latest edition of of the magazine GQ.

Gasland was directed by Josh Fox. The documentary follows the film-maker’s visits to communities in Pennsylvania where natural gas has been drilled with some clearly disturbing effects on the environment and community.

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When one attempts to tell the truth in this country, and the narrative is counter that of the deep state and corporate interests, now, in America, you can be branded as a "terrorist" for having done that.

Welcome to our world, Mr. Ruffalo; and if you would ever like to appear on Mike's radio show, we would be delighted to have you as our guest!!

Jan 16 09:28

20 years without any statistically significant global warming

There has been 20 years without any statistically-significant global warming.

Jan 16 08:40

Trump nemesis Rosie O'Donnell is slammed after speculating whether Donald's son Barron, 10, is autistic, saying her daughter has the condition and she recognizes the signs 

Rosie O'Donnell has defended questioning if Barron Trump is autistic by explaining that her own daughter has the condition and that she recognizes the signs.

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What is amazing is that everyone sees the exploding Autistic population but fails to understand its systemic threat (except Donald Trump, who has appointed Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to head a commission on vaccine safety).

Autism was totally unknown before the 1940s. Then vaccine makers started adding mercury, a known neurotoxin, to vaccine as a preservative. The first cases of autism appeared soon after. Today, autism rates are about 1 out of every 45 children. At the present rate of growth, that means by the year 2030, HALF of all children will be diagnosed as autistic. That means they will be unavailable to the work force, and a significant portion of the available workforce will be used up in the care of the autistic population.

In other words, unless the cause of autism is dealt with today, the United States will face a systemic economic collapse of the labor force in three decades.

Jan 16 08:19

Flying In Space Shuttle Is Like Being In Middle Of Violent Storm – Chris Hadfield

Have you ever wondered what goes through an astronaut’s mind when he’s heading into space?

Jan 16 06:38

US Court of Appeals: States and counties can ban GMO crops despite federal laws

Thanks to the Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals and their recent interpretation of the Plant Protection Act, all U.S. states, counties, and local communities can actually ban (or regulate) the planting of any and all commercially-grown genetically engineered crops, no matter what the feds or Monsanto claims about GMO.

Neither the Plant Protection Act nor the DARK Act can stop states and counties from banning the planting of GMO crops

Jan 15 19:23

CDC “SPIDER” SCIENTISTS ATTACK THE CDC, BLOW THE LID OFF

“We are a group of scientists at CDC that are very concerned about the current state of ethics at our agency. It appears that our mission is being influenced and shaped by outside parties and rogue interests. It seems that our mission and Congressional intent for our agency is being circumvented by some of our leaders. What concerns us most, is that it is becoming the norm and not the rare exception.”

Jan 15 15:02

The Clinton Foundation Is Shutting Down The Clinton Global Initiative

A New York Department of Labor public posting posted on January 12th officially announces the Clinton Foundation is shutting down the Clinton Global Initiative effective April 15, 2017.

Jan 15 14:56

New Radioactive Isotopes Found in Fracking Waste Being Buried In Landfills

A new American Chemical Society study finds fracking waste being buried in landfills contains radioactive materials that had not been previously reported.

Jan 15 09:47

Aluminum in Vaccines Is Not Safe, According to Article in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons notes that, because of public concerns that mercury (as thimerosal) in childhood vaccines might be contributing to soaring rates of autism, this component was mostly phased out as a “precaution.” Autism rates continued to rise, prompting authorities to assert that autism is not linked to mercury in vaccines and that vaccination policies are safe and appropriate, writes Neil Z. Miller in the winter issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.

At the same time as mercury was being phased out, Miller noted that there was a 25 percent increase in the amount of aluminum in vaccines administered before age 18 months.

Aluminum, also a neurotoxin, is used as an adjuvant in vaccines, Miller explains, to induce a stronger immune response. It is contained in hepatitis B, DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis), pneumococcal (PCV), Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), and hepatitis A vaccines.

Jan 15 09:39

Can YOU trust your aerosol sunscreen? Father and daughter left with horrific burns after 'using Cancer Council SPF 50+ Ultra' - as experts raise concerns over spray products

A mother has revealed how her husband and their daughter were left with horrific burns despite using SPF 50+ sunscreen.

Georgina Bueti, from Adelaide, said her family had applied Cancer Council SPF 50+ Ultra aerosol sunscreen but still managed to suffer sunburns at the beach.

'His legs were red raw. He applied it correctly, spraying it from the right distance and rubbing it into his skin,' she told Fairfax Media.

Jan 15 09:29

GOP Governors Privately Urging Congress To Reconsider Full Obamacare Repeal

As congressional Republicans move forward on plans to quickly repeal and ? less quickly ? replace President Barack Obama’s health care law, a wide variety of industry and political influencers are trying to slow their progress. Among the most persuasive may be a set of Republican governors who are fearful about losing the substantial health and monetary benefits from the law that their states currently enjoy.

On Friday morning, Politico reported on five such GOP governors who have been publicly calling on lawmakers to consider keeping the portion of the Affordable Care Act that supports the expansion of Medicaid in states that choose to.

Behind the scenes, these same governors are also working to persuade lawmakers from their states and those who have purview over the repeal and replace strategy that it would be wise to keep some portion of the federal matching funds for states that have pursued Medicaid expansion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The problem here is, if Obamacare is immediately removed, with no replacement policy in place, what happens to people who are getting critically needed care, and the money for that care stops?!?

Is the Trump administration going to opt for involuntary euthanasia in those cases, where people cannot possibly pay for their own care?!?

I know it sounds ridiculous, but it may not be so far off the mark here; and that is what Federal and State lawmakers should be considering, and quickly.

Jan 15 08:59

7 Ways In Which Your Health Freedom Is Restricted

By Paul A. Philips

Through ever-increasing mandates connected to powerful lobbyists influencing healthcare policy in favour of Big Pharma’s profit machine and other giant greed-driven corporations, your health freedom and choices over what you can do with your body is becoming more and more restricted.

The globalists promoting their limited healthcare system don’t care if the treatment offered is not as efficacious as alternative medicine or may be ineffective, lacking in sound science, or even potentially destructive. Quite simply, they want you to accept it, whether you like it or not.

In effect, this means you’re obligated to partake in a healthcare system that puts profits before the real welfare concern of people...

Jan 15 08:12

12 Potent Anti-Aging Vitamin C Foods

By Daily Superfood Love

Vitamin C is one of the most popular and widely used vitamins in the world. Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C is the most readily available vitamin and there are good reasons it is the most widely purchased supplement worldwide.

This citrus vitamin has numerous health benefits...

Jan 14 19:25

Facebook says WhatsApp government snooping “backdoor” is “excepted behavior”

A University of California security researcher has uncovered a WhatsApp 'backdoor' that can be used to intercept and snoop on private encrypted communications sent using the mobile messing service.

Jan 14 17:41

Your private medical data is for sale – and it's driving a business worth billions

Although information is anonymized, data miners and brokers can build up detailed dossiers on individual patients by cross-referencing with other sources.

Jan 14 16:05

Superbug Resistant To Every Antibiotic Available In US Kills Nevada Woman

A woman in Nevada died when a superbug she picked up in India proved resistant to every antibiotic available in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

A woman in Nevada died when a superbug she picked up in India proved resistant to all 26 antibiotics available in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Jan 14 15:36

200 Percent Increase In Artificial Sweetener Consumption By Children

By Natasha Longo

By disrupting the fine balance of appetite and metabolic hormones, artificial sweeteners distort the body’s ability to monitor how many calories we consume. About 25 percent of children and more than 41 percent of adults in the United States reported consuming foods and beverages containing artificial sweeteners (AS) such as aspartame, sucralose, and saccharin in a recent nationwide nutritional survey, according to a study out today. Those numbers represent a 200 percent increase in AS consumption for children and a 54 percent jump for adults from 1999 to 2012...

Jan 14 14:01

Physicists 'squeeze' light to cool below quantum limit

Researchers have demonstrated a new technique that could be used to cool objects to absolute zero which would allow quantum computers to compute without distortion.

Jan 14 13:57

China, Vietnam pledge to settle differences over South China Sea claims

Trump has just helped Obama worsen relations with China. First the Philippines and now Vietnam are sidling up to their big neighbor China and making nice. Good for the Chinese and the Vietnamese.

China and Vietnam have promised to settle their differences regarding territorial claims in the South China Sea and to safeguard peace in the region, the two countries said in a joint communique.

Jan 14 13:45

Quantum Leap: Researchers see the quantum future... literally

Scientists at the University of Sydney have demonstrated the ability to “see” the future of quantum systems, and used that knowledge to preempt their demise, in a major achievement that could help bring the strange and powerful world of quantum technology closer to reality.

Jan 14 13:43

Scientists switch on predatory kill instinct in mice

Researchers at Yale University have isolated the brain circuitry that coordinates predatory hunting, according to a study in the January 12 issue of Cell. One set of neurons in the amygdala, the brain’s center of emotion and motivation, cues the animal to pursue prey. Another set signals the animal to use its jaw and neck muscles to bite and kill.

Jan 14 12:30

Snowden: NSA ‘Unchained’ – Obama Grants Unprecedented Spy Powers

Whistleblower Edward Snowden warns President Obama has just ‘Unchained’ the NSA by granting the agency unprecedented spying powers through executive order just before President-elect Trump takes office.

Jan 14 11:40

Freak rain brings prehistoric ‘alien’ shrimp BACK TO LIFE

A species of odd-looking crustaceans have been brought back after rare rain that comes around on average every half a century rehydrated the shrimp.

There was so much rainfall in the usually perpetually dry Uluru, near Alice Springs in the middle of Australia, that it was closed to the public due to heavy flooding.

However, one positive is that a marine-creature, known as a shield shrimp (or Triops australiensis) has reemerged.

The creature is classed as a ‘living fossil’ as it has barely changed in tens of millions of years and is one of the toughest animals on the planet.

Jan 14 11:20

Cancer Survivor Tells Paul Ryan: ‘I’d Be Dead’ Without Obamacare

A man who survived cancer despite a grim diagnosis challenged House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on his efforts to repeal Obamacare.

“Because of the Affordable Care Act, I’m standing here today,” Jeff Jeans told Ryan at a CNN town hall event on Thursday. Jeans, who identified himself as a longtime Republican who had worked on campaigns for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, used to oppose the law. But then, he said, that changed when he was given six weeks to live and needed health insurance to get treatment.

As a small business owner, Jeans explained, he doesn’t get health insurance through work like many people do.

“I rely on the Affordable Care Act to be able to purchase my own insurance,” he said. And with a pre-existing condition, he likely would have had a hard time buying coverage in the pre-Obamacare U.S.

“I want to thank President Obama from the bottom of my heart because I’d be dead if it weren’t for him,” he said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Here is my problem with an instantaneous repeal of Obamacare; what happens to people with urgent health issues, under treatment, when payment for critically needed health services, just stops?!?

What does Trump plan, a massive wave of involuntary euthanasia?!?

And as ridiculous as that may sound, I have to wonder, because I am not hearing a word from top Republican leaders about how they are going to address the issue of people under medical care, who will still need that medical care when Obamacare is repealed.

Jan 14 11:20

Cancer Survivor Tells Paul Ryan: ‘I’d Be Dead’ Without Obamacare

A man who survived cancer despite a grim diagnosis challenged House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on his efforts to repeal Obamacare.

“Because of the Affordable Care Act, I’m standing here today,” Jeff Jeans told Ryan at a CNN town hall event on Thursday. Jeans, who identified himself as a longtime Republican who had worked on campaigns for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, used to oppose the law. But then, he said, that changed when he was given six weeks to live and needed health insurance to get treatment.

As a small business owner, Jeans explained, he doesn’t get health insurance through work like many people do.

“I rely on the Affordable Care Act to be able to purchase my own insurance,” he said. And with a pre-existing condition, he likely would have had a hard time buying coverage in the pre-Obamacare U.S.

“I want to thank President Obama from the bottom of my heart because I’d be dead if it weren’t for him,” he said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Here is my problem with an instantaneous repeal of Obamacare; what happens to people with urgent health issues, under treatment, when payment for critically needed health services, just stops?!?

What does Trump plan, a massive wave of involuntary euthanasia?!?

And as ridiculous as that may sound, I have to wonder, because I am not hearing a word from top Republican leaders about how they are going to address the issue of people under medical care, who will still need that medical care when Obamacare is repealed.

Jan 14 11:14

Californian Senator Richard Pan pushing to outlaw parental rights in all medical decisions

A new bill, SB-18, has been introduced by Senator Richard Pan, seeking to give the government the right to seize children from their parents if they are making medical decisions that the state feels are “not in the child’s best interests.”

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Jan 14 11:08

Mice are transformed into aggressive 'zombie' hunters after scientists flick a killer switch in their brains

They're known for their timidity and love of cheese, but scientists have tapped into the 'killer instinct' of mice, to turn them into aggressive 'zombies'.
Researchers isolated the brain circuitry in mice that coordinates predatory hunting, including one set of neurons in the amygdala - the brain's centre of emotion and motivation, making the animal pursue prey.
They also 'switched on' another set in the brain region signalling the animal to use its jaw and neck muscles to bite anything in its path – a little like a fictional zombie.

The scientists at Yale University in New Haven Connecticut, used optogenetics - a means of engineering specific neurons to fire upon light stimulation - to isolate and selectively activate each set of neurons.

By selectively manipulating the different types in the amygdala, they found that one set of neurons controlled pursuit, and another controlled the kill.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would almost be willing to bet you real money that DARPA is salivating to get their hands around this research, patent it, and create soldiers who would react in much the same way.

Jan 14 11:02

POISON FRUIT

In 2014, the first and most comprehensive look at the environmental causes of autism and developmental delay, known as the CHARGE study, found that the nearby application of agricultural pesticides greatly increases the risk of autism. Women who lived less than a mile from fields where chlorpyrifos was sprayed during their second trimesters of pregnancy, as Magda did, had their chances of giving birth to an autistic child more than triple. And it was just one of dozens of recent studies that have linked even small amounts of fetal chlorpyrifos exposure to neurodevelopmental problems, including ADHD, intelligence deficits, and learning difficulties.

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With people now understanding, and acknowledging these findings, DOW should be hit with a class action suit so hard that it is sued out of existence, and the execs touting this chemical, and signing off on its manufacture, should be doing hard jail time, as an example to other chemical manufacturers that poisoning America's children will not be tolerated.

Jan 14 10:40

The CDC wishes you weren’t aware of these four polio facts

Though a commonly held belief, vaccines are not lifesaving medical tools as many people have been falsely led to believe. In fact, evidence compiled over many decades suggests that the exact opposite is true — that not only are vaccines not responsible for eradicating communicable illnesses like polio, but that in many cases they have actually caused them.

Here are four solid pieces of evidence from history showing that the polio vaccine — the holy grail of vaccinology — was basically a fraud from the outset:

Jan 14 09:48

Ethiopia to start work on space launch vehicle, domestically made satellites

The Ethiopian government announced on 3 January 2017 that it intends to build its own medium-sized space launch vehicle (SLV) and develop the capabilities to domestically build satellites.

Jan 14 09:42

Vaccine pushers who promote mercury injections into children are “medical child molesters,” warns heavy metals expert

On top of all the sicko pedophilia and child trafficking going on in America, there’s also the vaccine industry: A cartel of toxic mercury pushers whose denial of the periodic table of elements (yes, they are science deniers) turns them into “medical child molesters” as they demand more and more children be injected with toxic mercury, a known neurotoxin and potent heavy metal that causes brain damage.

Jan 14 00:40

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Jan 14 00:36

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Jan 14 00:28

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Jan 14 00:25

Trump open to ending sanctions on Russia & ‘One China’ policy

President-elect Donald Trump has expressed openness to lifting sanctions against Russia under certain conditions, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. When asked about the ‘One China’ policy, he said, “everything is under negotiation.”

Jan 13 19:50

CDC keeps secret its mishaps with deadly germs

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which has faced congressional hearings and secret government sanctions over its sloppy lab safety practices, is keeping secret large swaths of information about dozens of recent incidents involving some of the world’s most dangerous bacteria and viruses.

CDC scientists apparently lost a box of deadly and highly-regulated influenza specimens and experienced multiple potential exposures involving viruses and bacteria, according to heavily-redacted laboratory incident reports obtained by USA TODAY. Several reports involve failures of safety equipment. In one, a scientist wearing full-body spacesuit-like gear to protect against lethal, often untreatable viruses like Ebola, had their purified air hose suddenly disconnect — “again” — in one the world’s most advanced biosafety level 4 labs.

Jan 13 14:37

Theoretical Planet 9 May Be A Rogue Planet Not Native to Our Solar System

Last year, scientists reported that unusual orbital patterns in multiple Kuiper Belt Objects (KBOs) might be explained by the influence of a single, larger planet far beyond the orbit of Neptune. Later refinements to this theory have set some size limits and theoretical orbital patterns for any hypothetical planet. If it coalesced around Sol, Planet 9 is almost certainly an ice giant, smaller than Neptune, and so far from our sun that it could take 10,000 – 20,000 years to complete a single orbit. Neptune and Pluto are both speed demons by comparison, completing one orbit every 164.8 and 248 years, respectively. According to scientists, there’s another interesting possibility...

Jan 13 14:07

Robots Could Erode The Right To Privacy, Britons Fear

Artificial intelligence could erode privacy, make face-to-face contact a thing of the past, and stop people thinking for themselves, according to members of the public concerned about the rise of computers.

Jan 13 13:50

Marijuana Effective In Treating Pain & Other Ailments But Some Science Still Lacking – Study

Marijuana is effective in treating some illnesses, but there’s not enough science to determine its efficacy for others, a new report has found. The massive study may be the most up-to-date and comprehensive look at the efficacy of medical cannabis ever.

Jan 13 11:58

Hawaii’s Thirty Meter Telescope Suffers New Legal Setback

On Friday, Hawaii Circuit Court Judge Greg Nakamura ordered a new contested case hearing regarding the University of Hawaii at Hilo's sublease to TMT International Observatory, saying that Hawaii's Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) violated the constitutional rights of resident E. Kalani Flores by approving the sublease without first holding a contested case hearing as requested by Flores in 2014, according to NBC affiliate Hawaii News Now.

"Judge Nakamura's ruling reaffirms our position that the BLNR's actions have failed to protect Native Hawaiian rights and the public's interest in these public lands of Mauna a Wakea," Flores said in a statement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I understand the Native Hawaiians' concerns. And if we were talking about a sewage treatment plant or fertilizer factory I would agree it should go somewhere else.

But here is something to consider. Native Hawaiians view those volcanoes as the home of Madam Pele, who is already wearing a crown of the most amazing jewels science can produce.

But all crowns deserve a crown jewel, a Kohinoor, and the 30 meter telescope represents the finest technological accomplishment that will complement Pele's regalia!

I think Pele herself, being after all a woman, would approve of this added "bling!"

Jan 13 11:26

01-13-17 Thought for the Day

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY!
"Presenting the patient with truth and facts is a threat to their identity eliciting anger and resentment" -- Sigmund Freud

While not true for everybody,might very well be true for all people who have mental/emotional problems, even if expressed as a physical illness. Plenty of people get their identity from their 'illness'. They'd rather suffer pain, discomfort, and worse than to let go of it by trying natural methods or change of lifestyle.
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How often have I heard diabetes sufferers say: Do you really think anyone would want to have this illness" when offered suggestions for diet changes. Well, what can you say to that other than the honest truth, which simply is "Yes, some rather lose toes, vision, life and limb than make the changes and I do believe that it is because the person holding on to an illness gets more attention, reward by having the problem, than by getting/being well.

Jan 13 10:25

Sanders Fans Furious With Dems Who Voted Against His Amendment

Thirteen Democrats voted against a Bernie Sanders-sponsored amendment that could have allowed cheaper drugs to be imported from Canada

Jan 13 09:16

TEN LIES Told by Those Who Say “Mercury in Vaccines is Safe”

Lie # 1 “Thimerosal, 49.55% mercury by weight, is safe when used as a preservative in vaccines and other drugs.”

The Facts: The Eli Lilly Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for Thimerosal acknowledges that exposure to Thimerosal in utero and in children can cause “mild to severe mental retardation and mild to severe gross motor impairment.” The Sigma Aldrich MSDS lists abortion and fetal death as possible outcomes of in utero exposure.

Nonetheless, most seasonal and H1N1 flu shots for pregnant women and young children contain 25 micrograms of mercury in the form of Thimerosal. For this exposure to be safe, a child would need to weigh more than 550 pounds.

Jan 12 16:53

Putting an anti-vaxxer in charge: Trump’s latest delusions

I was taken back to that conversation this week with the news that U.S. president-elect Donald Trump had asked Mr. Kennedy to chair a commission on “vaccine safety and scientific integrity.” Those were the words of Mr. Kennedy, who was the one to announce his appointment after a meeting with Mr. Trump – someone he once called “a dangerous … deceptive … demagogue.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Big Pharma is scared that Trump will take away their cash cow!

Jan 12 15:53

Closest Ever: NASA Captures Image Of Saturn’s Spooky ‘Death Star’ Moon

On its closest-ever flyby of Saturn’s moon Mimas, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has captured what may be the most detailed image to date of the celestial body.

In a picture released on NASA’s website, it’s not hard to see how Mimas got its nickname – the enormous Herschel Crater dominates both its surface and the image, making the icy moon look like the Death Star, a fictional mobile space station / galactic super-weapon created by the “Star Wars” movie franchise.

Jan 12 15:49

DHS CREATES THE 'NATIONAL LIVESTOCK READINESS PROGRAM' TO CONTROL OUR FOOD SUPPLY

DHS wants to control our food supply, this sounds like a 'fake news' story but unfortunately it's all too real.

Last year, DHS gave the National Agricultural Biosecurity Center (NABC) $331,118 to develop the 'National Livestock Readiness Program'.

Don't we already have two government agencies that control disease outbreaks in animals?

The government created the FDA and the USDA to control disease, foodborne pathogens etc., why do we need a national livestock program run by DHS? (click here to read about mad cow disease.)

The very name Department of Homeland Security should give people pause. Many of us have watched DHS turn America into a police state ruled by fear. DHS has created fear of each other (See Something Say Something) fear of drugs, fear of drunk & drugged driving, fear of terror and now fear of hate crimes.

The endless wars and fear of everything is the only reason DHS exists.

DHS and the Feds to control our food supply

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am going to look to buy local, as much as I can, without my produce being sprayed with glyphosate and other carcinogens.

That the DHS is looking to control the American food supply scares the stuffing out of me, and I will do everything to purchase healthy, local food over which it has zero control.

Jan 12 14:31

Exercise for Weekend Warriors Extends Life

According to a new study just published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, one or two sessions of moderate-to-vigorous exercise was sufficient to reduce death significantly, from all causes, including cardiovascular disease (CVD) and cancer.

Jan 12 12:18

NASA Reveals Vast Hole in the Sun That Could “Cripple Power Supplies”

NASA has released a graphic showing a rip in the fabric of the sun, so to speak, that is leaking solar radiation through a hole in its surface.

This is sending a bombardment of particles towards earth that could interfere with the electric grid...

Read more at SHTF

Jan 12 11:43

CVS generic competitor to EpiPen, sold at a 6th the price

CVS is now selling a rival, generic version of Mylan's EpiPen at about a sixth of its price, just months after the maker of the life-saving allergy treatment was eviscerated before Congress because of its soaring cost to consumers.

The drugstore chain says it will charge $109.99 for a two-pack of the authorized generic version of Adrenaclick, a lesser-known treatment compared to EpiPen, which can cost more than $600.

Jan 12 11:32

The sun is ripping apart! NASA image shows vast 'hole' spreading across the solar surface

An elongated coronal hole stretching across the face of the sun sent solar wind particles gushing toward Earth last week.

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has revealed a stunning animation of the phenomenon, showing the massive dark patch marring the surface of our star.

Space-weather forecasters warned that the resulting geomagnetic storm, while minor, could have some effects on satellites and the power grid.

And, the activity brought breathtaking auroras dancing across the sky in the higher latitudes.

Jan 12 11:28

Mice are transformed into aggressive 'zombie' hunters after scientists flick a killer switch in their brains

By selectively manipulating the different types in the amydala, they found that one set of neurons controlled pursuit, and another controlled the kill.

The experts' experiments involved inanimate stand-ins for prey, such as sticks and bottle caps and animate bug-like toys, as well as live insects.

When the laser was turned off the animals behaved normally, but when it was turned on, the mice took on the qualities of 'walkers' from 'The Walking Dead', pursuing and biting almost anything in their path, including the bottle caps and wooden sticks.

Jan 12 10:10

Dangers of Genetically Modified Corn: New 90-Day Rat Study Destroys Corporate GMO Propaganda

GM proponents who constantly drone on with untrue claims that the science has clearly demonstrated GMOs as safe were dealt yet another blow shortly before Thanksgiving this past year.

This is because yet another study has been published demonstrating the negative health effects of GMOs on the intestinal tract.

This study by Ibrahim and Okasha entitled “Effect of genetically modified corn on the jejunal mucosa of adult male albino rat.,” and published in the journal Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology has demonstrated that rats fed GM Bt corn MON810 for only 90 days did indeed suffer rather serious damage to the surface mucous membranes of the jejunum – which is part of the small intestine.

The specific type of corn fed to the rats was MON810: Ajeeb YG. This is a GM version of Ajeeb, which is a local species of corn grown in Egypt. The GM version was created by Monsanto for the Egyptian market.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When you watch the cute commercials about breakfast cereals, you have to ask, are the ingredients in this food GMO?!?

Because if so, you need to throw them out pronto, to avoid doing any more damage to your system.

Here's a partial list: Top Breakfast Cereals that Contain Monsanto’s GMO Corn

Jan 12 09:53

Incoming: NASA Totally Missed an Asteroid That Was Closer to Us Than the Moon

It’s always unnerving to learn that NASA, arbiters of space safety, missed a giant hunk of space rock flying so close to the Earth you almost needed to duck.

Like the asteroid that did a fly-by at just half the distance between the Earth and the moon on Monday of this week.

Jan 12 08:39

Cleaner water means fewer intersex fish in Grand River

Expensive upgrades to Kitchener's wastewater treatment plant have significantly reduced the number of male fish in the Grand River that were being turned female because of poor quality effluent being sent back into the river.

Mark Servos, Canada Research Chair in water quality protection at the University of Waterloo, said the intersex fish situation here in 2012 was severe.

"It's one of the worst cases around the globe of this kind of response," Servos said.

In 2012, research showed sewage from the region's wastewater treatment plants was making male fish in the Grand River female.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

In the US, the Liberals do it to humans!

Jan 12 06:56

US energy agency strengthens protections for scientists

Revised scientific-integrity policy gives researchers more leeway to speak to the press and publish their findings.

Jan 12 06:55

10 brands of baby wipes recalled due to pneumonia-causing bacteria contamination

Ten brands of baby wipes produced by the Pennsylvania-based Nutek Disposables, Inc., were recalled on October 25, 2014, following complaints of foul odor and discoloration.

Upon further testing, the baby wipe and adult washcloth manufacturer discovered that some of their products contained Burkholderia cepacia, a species of antibiotic-resistant bacteria frequently found in soil and water, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Known for its vinegar-like odor, B. cepacia has emerged as a human respiratory pathogen in people with weakened immune systems or chronic lung disease, especially cystic fibrosis patients.

Jan 12 06:45

CDC scientist confirms Donald Trump is right about vaccines and autism

Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy, including the vaccine debate. In a series of tweets and interviews over the past few years, the presidential candidate has stated that he strongly believes that there is a link between "monstrous" vaccines and autism. He has suggested that delivering vaccines in smaller doses over time could reduce autism rates among U.S. children. Despite being cast to the lunatic fringe by the mainstream media for his remarks, CDC scientist Dr. William Thompson has confirmed Trump's suspicions — namely, that the link between vaccines and autism is real.

Jan 12 06:44

The spicy, active ingredient in chilies found to kill off cancer cells

A burning, hot sensation in your mouth isn’t the only trick chili peppers have up their sleeve. Rather than spicing up your food, German researchers found that capsaicin, or the active, hot compound in chili peppers, could stop breast cancer in its tracks.

Jan 12 06:43

What’s killing Americans? Top 10 prescribed medications of 2016 give us a troublesome answer

‘Let food be thy medicine’ is a saying attributed to Hippocrates, who is known as the Father of Modern Medicine. We would be well off to heed his advice, but by and large, we do not, for it is the Standard American Diet that is making us sick. A look at the most often prescribed medications reveals the most common health conditions we are being treated for. And these conditions reveal a problem with our diet, because our poor health is closely correlated with our poor food choices.

Jan 12 06:41

Three year study finds Mediterranean diet could prevent loss of brain volume as you age

A new study has provided evidence that the so-called “Mediterranean diet” can help prevent the loss of brain volume in older people.

Jan 12 06:41

Water crisis: Obama’s EPA to approve dramatic increase in limits on radiation exposure allowable in public drinking water

As one of its closing acts before leaving the stage, the Obama administration plans to relax EPA guidelines regarding maximum allowable radiation levels in the nation’s drinking water, increasing them to levels thousands of times above current legal limits.

Jan 11 18:21

The Cure For Everything And Why Things Are Different This Time

By Tony Cartalucci

The years between 2010 and 2020 may likely be remembered as the decade of gene therapy, and perhaps, the end of cancer, heart disease, blindness, deafness, and even aging – if this revolutionary technology is properly implemented and integrated into our healthcare infrastructure. But it will not happen without effort, or even without a fight – for gene therapy threatens to undermine and overturn some of the largest and most influential corporate monopolies on Earth.

Gene Therapy is Already a Working “Miracle Cure”...

Jan 11 15:35

Pharma Stocks Crash Most Since Brexit After Trump Warns Drug Companies "Getting Away With Murder"

After six straight days higher and the best start to a year ever, Biotech/Pharma stocks were just crashed lower on the heels of comments from president-elect Trump promising more competitive drug pricing.

Jan 11 14:21

Chamber of Commerce: Obamacare Insurance Tax Will Cause More Premium Hikes

The tax cost health insurers $8 billion in 2014, the first year the Affordable Care Act went into effect. That collective tax rose to $11.3 billion in 2015 and 2016. I will rise to $13.9 billion in 2017, and will rise again to $14.3 billion in 2018.

Jan 11 12:27

The “Vietnam War” Called Obamacare Cannot Be Won

For once, can we do the right thing and end this disaster sooner rather than later? Can we admit that Obamacare is a failure and so was the president it’s named after? This Vietnam War of social programs cannot be won. “Saving Obamacare” makes as much sense as “peace with honor” which cost thousands of lives past the point we knew that war could not be won. Repeal! Day One, repeal!

Jan 11 12:12

North American Bumble Bee Officially Added to Endangered Species List

Like a ticking time bomb, each year we see more devastation to the world’s bee colonies. Originally called colony collapse disorder, the cause of a decline in bees is now widely attributed to the use and overuse of agrochemicals, specifically neonicotinoids, a family of pesticides used in many parts of the world as one of many mass-produced chemicals developed to be less toxic to mammals and birds.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another fine product from Monsanto!

Jan 11 10:24

Healthcare Chaos Emerges After Trump Backtracks, Demands Immediate Repeal Of "Catastrophic" Obamacare

Perhaps as a result an angry backlash to last night's report by the WSJ that President-elect Donald Trump had allegedly sided with Rand Paul in pushing to delay the repeal of Obamacare until such time as there is a suitable replacement option, which as we explained are two entirely distinct processes, and that an ACA replacement could take years as it would require bipartisan support, moments ago the the NYT reported that Trump appears to have backtracked on his position as recently as yesterday, and has pressed Republicans to move forward with the "immediate repeal" of the Affordable Care Act and to replace it very quickly thereafter, saying, “We have to get to business. Obamacare has been a catastrophic event.”

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Jan 11 10:01

The Drugs May Be The Problem – Inconvenient Truths About Big Pharma And The Psychiatric Industry

“We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth… For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it might cost, I am willing to know the whole truth, to know the worst, and to provide for it.” — Patrick Henry (1775)

Jan 11 09:57

Pharma pricing furor gaining steam

The furor over massive drug price increases is not likely to abate with this week's guilty pleas by two former executives of Heritage Pharmaceuticals Inc., which makes an antibiotic whose average price soared more than 8,000 percent over six months in 2013 and 2014.

The day after the former Heritage executives, Jeffrey A. Glazer and Jason T. Malek, were charged last month in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania and 19 other states sued six major drugmakers, including Heritage, of Eatontown, N.J., alleging widespread price fixing.

Jan 11 09:11

EPA sends 1,115,539 pounds of toxic metals into Lake Powell, pats itself on back for clean rivers

Good news: high concentrations of toxic metals from a mine blowout caused by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are no longer detectable in the Animas and San Juan rivers, according to an agency report.

The bad news is, fall storms and spring snow-melt likely drove 1,115,539 pounds of toxic metals from those rivers to Lake Powell — a vacation spot for millions of people and water source for drinking and agriculture.

Jan 11 09:03

Could Nutella give you CANCER? Chocolate spread maker embroiled in controversy over report claiming a key ingredient is carcinogenic

The chocolate spread relies on palm oil for its smooth texture and considerably long shelf life.

However, a report by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) declared it to be more carcinogenic than any other oil, following similar claims by the WHO.

Now, since Nutella's profits have taken a 3 percent hit, the manufacturer Ferrero has launched a televised campaign, insisting they use palm oil in a way that is not dangerous.

The commercial insists the spread would not be the same without refined palm oil.

It does not mention the other compelling factor: since palm oil is the cheapest oil on the market, a switch in ingredients would cost Ferrero an extra $8-22 million a year.

Jan 11 08:23

‘Would You Attack Humans If You Could?’ Asks Google Home AI Bot

NY Mag is live streaming an two Google Home AI bots talking to each other and one just asked if the other ‘Would you attack humans if you could?’

Jan 10 16:51

HUMAN FLYING DRONE

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is so COOL!

Jan 10 16:14

10-month-old suddenly suffers 14 seizures a day after receiving new meningitis vaccine, viral video spreads awareness

A UK couple is furious after their infant son began to suffer as many as 14 violent seizures per day following a meningitis vaccine, and are sharing the shocking video footage online.

As reported by the UK’s Daily Mail, Luke Maguire, 25, and Louise McKever, 22, said they’ve taken their son, Bobby, to the hospital more than 55 times since he received all of his vaccines this past summer.

It’s yet another sad example of vaccine injury that the ‘mainstream’ media and Big Pharma will try to sweep under the rug.

Jan 10 16:11

EPIC: Trump Asks Robert Kennedy Jr. to Head Commission On Vaccine Safety

If vaccines cause autism, we may finally get to the bottom of it.

Jan 10 14:23

Trump asks leading anti-vaccine advocate to chair commission on ‘vaccine safety’

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who has called vaccination a “holocaust” over debunked claims of links to autism, said Trump asked him to chair a vaccine safety commission on Tuesday.

Jan 10 13:25

TB and Kids: The Canadian Problem

This review notes that, despite overall low rates of TB in Canada, marked regional variability occurs.
The authors suggest paying careful attention to epidemiologic risk factors such as recent immigration.

"Foreign-born children may arrive in Canada with latent -- dormant -- TB infection that activates after arrival. They, and the children of foreign-born parents, may acquire TB when an adult or adolescent in the home or extended family develops active and infectious TB."

Infection can also be acquired during visits to friends and relatives abroad, he noted.

Although the global incidence of TB is still much higher than in Canada -- 133 per 100,000 versus 4.6 per 100,000, respectively -- the latter "obscures marked regional variability," he and his colleagues explained.

Jan 10 12:57

M7.3 - 188km SSE of Tabiauan, Philippines

Jan 10 12:33

RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS OBTAIN UNIQUE MATERIAL TO MAKE COMBAT VEHICLES INVISIBLE

Basharin said that thanks to the special shape and configuration of these cells the scientists managed to obtain metamaterial with absolutely unique properties. This metamaterial can be used to make supersensitive sensors to detect explosives and chemical weapons.

“An addition of a nonlinear semiconductor will turn the metamaterial into an adjustable screen for stealth technologies, which make fighting vehicles less visible in radio, infrared and other bands,” the NUST MISIS press service said in a statement.

Jan 10 11:48

Spectacular ‘lava firehose’ spews molten rock into ocean

Rarely is the awesome power of mother nature witnessed so spectacularly than in the form of this “lava firehose” – piping hot molten rock being expelled at high velocity from a volcano in Hawaii.
A video released by Hawaii’s Volcanoes National Park Service at Kamokuna on January 9 shows a dazzling “lava firehose” shooting a relentless stream of the molten rock from deep inside the earth.

Jan 10 10:12

Asteroid nearly gave Earth a new feature, two days after its discovery

On Saturday, the Catalina Sky Survey spotted a near-Earth asteroid of respectable heft – and today, it passed between us and the Moon.

2017 AG13 (the Minor Planet Center, MPC, entry is here) is about the size of a 10-storey building. Its velocity to Earth is 11 kilometres per second.

It passed at 0.53 Lunar distance, or 203,519 km away (nearly 126,500 miles away) – a handy buffer, but still in the “low flying rocks” class of objects.

The size estimate comes with a fairly large error bar: the MPC says it's between 11 metres and 34 metres wide, putting it roughly the same size as the rock that caused havoc in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in 2013.

Jan 10 09:26

Starving to death on NHS wards?

A shocking claim, based on figures from the Office of National Statistics.

The data for England and Wales shows that in 2015, hunger and/or dehydration were a factor in 828 patient deaths in hospitals and care homes.

Jan 10 08:48

Reader: Dr. Mercola - Monsanto - "Residents of the Tucson area, I have a special message for you."

As a resident of the Tucson area, I have a special message for you.

Monsanto, an organization I have dubbed the most evil company on the planet, is planning a to build a 155-Acre greenhouse facility in the Avra Valley just outside of Tucson in Pima County.

The good news is that Pima County has scheduled five community meetings to provide information and receive comments on the proposed facility.

If you are in the area and have availability, please consider attending one or more of these sessions to voice your opposition to the facility.

Jan 10 08:38

M6.7 - 97km WNW of Kirakira, Solomon Islands

Jan 10 08:21

St. Jude Medical releases security patches for vulnerable cardiac devices

Reports that St. Jude Medical devices contained severe security flaws which led to a complicated legal battle between the healthcare equipment provider and MedSec have been vindicated, with the FDA supporting the security firm's findings and St. Jude finally releasing a patch to fix the flaws.

On Monday, St. Jude Medical announced a set of cybersecurity updates for the Merlin remote monitoring system which is used with implantable pacemakers and defibrillator devices.

Jan 10 08:18

This phone is so smart it can scan your lunch and tell you what's in it

The H2 from Chinese electronics manufacturer Changhong is the first smartphone with a built-in molecular scanner to identify the chemical composition of most objects.

Jan 10 08:03

ISRO to launch record 103 satellites in one go next month

As many as 100 of the satellites set for launch in February belong to foreign nations, including the United States and Germany.

Jan 10 07:58

The Unethical Tactics Of The Chemical Industry To Silence The Truth

Hawaii is a hot bed for the research and development of new chemically intensive GMOs and they are a testing ground for many experimental chemicals and crops – it is essentially “ground-zero”. Five of the largest chemical companies are suing the counties of Hawaii to keep their testing secret. Much of the work that Hawaii CFS is doing is focusing on the public health impacts of the pesticides and herbicides used on GMOs, and because of this, they are heavily targeted by the biotech companies who are profiting off of these chemicals and technologies. In 2015, over 100 Monsanto employees crashed a CFS presentation in Hawaii in an attempt to intimidate the presenters. This is how biotech operatives operate, and CFS is very aware of their tactics. The people that work with CFS are very well respected and fearless activists in an increasingly aggressive climate.

Jan 10 07:22

CDC confirms: Mutated H7N2 virus transmitted from cat to human in the U.S.

Anyone who has ever watched a movie like Outbreak or Contagion knows that all pandemics start with Patient Zero. Maybe an infected monkey escapes from a lab. Maybe a farmer in China contracts something from a pig. There is always some seemingly insignificant interaction with some type of mutation that occurs in a far-off place that results in a global catastrophe.

Jan 09 21:40

Does Trump Now Accept The Phony Russian Hacking Claim?

By Stephen Lendman
1-9-17
Since his Friday intelligence briefing, he hasn’t refuted his earlier assessment, debunking the notion. I check his tweets daily to see what he’s saying.

No Russian hacking occurred. No evidence proves it. Yet on Fox News Sunday, his incoming White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said otherwise, accepting the fake news report as factual.

Was he speaking for himself alone? Or was he also stating what Trump now believes? The president-elect hasn’t said either way since Friday so it’s unknown.

I tweeted him a number of times, this morning, saying: Hopefully you don't now buy the Russian hacking fake news story. Information was leaked, not hacked, Russia uninvolved.

Jan 09 16:38

SURVEY: 7 in 10 support Obamacare repeal…

The Democrats' new healthcare slogan, "Make America Sick Again," is a clunker with a majority of voters, according to fresh data from a Republican pollster.

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