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Sep 10 08:46

BREAKING: DONALD TRUMP to Attend Phyllis Schlafly Funeral – Express Condolences (Updated)

Phyllis Schafly was one of my earliest and most important political influences. RIP Phyllis. We will finish the job! Bless you Donald Trump!

BREAKING—
Exclusive from Eagle Forum representatives…

Donald Trump will attend the funeral service tomorrow in St. Louis of friend and supporter Phyllis Schlafly.

Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly passed away at age 92 on Monday.

Schlafly was a constitutional lawyer, conservative activist, author, speaker, columnist and founder of the Eagle Forum.

Phyllis was active promoting conservative agenda until her passing. She wrote a weekly column for over 50 years. Schlafly released a book in August with co-authors Ed Martin and Bret Decker – The Conservative Case for Trump.

In March Phyllis Schlafly endorsed Donald Trump for president at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis.

Sep 09 14:32

Queen Bees Lay Fewer Eggs When Exposed to Popular Insecticide

In the latest study published in Scientific Reports, lead author Judy Wu-Smart and colleagues found that queen bees in colonies who were fed a sweet syrup laced in Imidacloprid, a neonicotinoid insecticide, laid substantially fewer eggs than normal. Depending on the dose, the queens laid anywhere from one-third to two-thirds fewer eggs compared to queens in unexposed colonies.

“The queens are of particular importance because they’re the only reproductive individual laying eggs in the colony,” Wu-Smart said in a statement. “One queen can lay up to 1,000 eggs a day. If her ability to lay eggs is reduced, that is a subtle effect that isn’t (immediately) noticeable but translates to really dramatic consequences for the colony.”

Sep 09 14:16

The Cure For A Taxing Allergy

Millions of families live in constant dread of what an unexpected encounter — with a bee or a food additive or even a dye — could bring. One slip, and breathing could quickly become difficult, or a heartbeat dangerously low.

Severe allergies, untreated, can kill.

Sep 09 13:59

Obama administration orders ND pipeline construction to stop

The Obama administration said it would not authorize construction on a critical stretch of the Dakota Access pipeline, handing a significant victory to the Indian tribe fighting the project the same day the group lost a court battle.

The administration said construction would halt until it can do more environmental assessments.

Sep 09 13:23

How to Sleep if You Want to Avoid Alzheimer’s Study suggests side sleeping helps the brain remove the most toxins

How to Sleep if You Want to Avoid Alzheimer’s
Study suggests side sleeping helps the brain remove the most toxins.

Chances are your sleeping posture is something you think very little about. But a study published in The Journal of Neuroscience finds there’s one in particular that may be better than the rest for decreasing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

As we’ve reported in the past, when you sleep, the brain is diligently involved in removing toxins that accumulate during the day. This function is vitally important because the buildup of harmful chemicals can lead to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. In fact, the link between brain toxins and neurodegenerative illness is so strong that such disorders have been called “dirty brain diseases.”

Now, the latest discovery linking certain sleep habits to brain health has found that sleeping on your side may be better than sleeping on your back or stomach, because it helps the brain remove damaging wastes more effectively.

Sep 09 12:49

Judge denies tribe's request to stop North Dakota oil pipeline construction

A federal judge has denied an attempt to halt construction of a controversial $3.8bn oil pipeline that has been fiercely opposed by a Native American tribe that claims the project threatens its water supply and risks destroying cultural heritage.

Judge James Boasberg of the US district court ruled that the US Army Corp of Engineers “likely complied” with National Historic Preservation Act by permitting the 1,170 mile Dakota Access pipeline, which will take oil from North Dakota to Illinois.

Sep 09 09:06

Temporary restraining order on North Dakota pipeline – Reprieve for The Standing Rock Sioux tribe

A federal judge on Tuesday issued a temporary restraining order against construction work on a North Dakota pipeline project this week.

The ruling prevents developers from doing clearing work on a section of the Dakota Access Pipeline route between a state highway and an area west of a lake in the state. The ruling is less than the tribes suing against the pipeline had wanted, and its practical impact is minimal: the restraining order expires when the judge rules on a broader lawsuit to block pipeline construction this week, and developers say they weren’t even planning to do work on the area in question this week anyway.

Sep 09 09:03

Pueo

The pueo (Asio flammeus sandwichensis) is a subspecies of the short-eared owl that is endemic to Hawaii. The pueo is one of more famous of the various physical forms assumed by ?aum?kua (ancestor spirits) in Hawaiian culture.

Pueo inhabit forests and grasslands throughout the islands of Hawai?i, although their numbers seem to be declining, particularly in the last two decades, and especially on the island of O?ahu, upon which they were at one time numerous. Pueo is listed by the state of Hawai?i as an endangered species on the island of O?ahu.[3]

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I just saw one perched on the back fence!!!!!!!

Sep 09 08:07

To boldly go where no space telescope has gone before: Spitzer sends stunning image of 'Enterprise' nebulae on Star Trek's 50th anniversary

Nasa’s Spitzer Space Telescope has beamed back a special treat for Star Trek fans just in time for the TV series’ 50th anniversary.

A remarkable new photo reveals two side-by-side nebulae which resemble the USS Enterprise and its ‘Next Generation’ successor.

Sep 09 07:43

WATCH: Armed Troops Deployed Ahead of Court Ruling on Pipeline, Holding Militarized Checkpoints

North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple has activated the North Dakota National Guard ahead of a federal judge’s expected Friday ruling on a request by the Standing Rock Sioux to stop the four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline. While Dalrymple claims the measure is meant to ensure public safety, the reality is that the state intends to use the Guard to assist in denying access to the protest camps in the event that the federal court rules against the tribe.

Sep 09 07:00

EXCLUSIVE REPORT: HILLARY CLINTON HAS PARKINSON'S DISEASE, DOCTOR CONFIRMS

Sep 09 06:00

Children given antidepressants up by 28% in a decade: Fears drugs are being handed out as a first treatment instead of counselling 

The number of children being prescribed antidepressant drugs has shot up 28 per cent in a decade, a study has found.
Experts fear in some cases children are being treated with powerful pills as a 'first line' of treatment instead of being given counselling.

Sep 09 05:59

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever: New terrifying VIRUS sweeps Europe…and there's no vaccine

Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is a virus primarily transmitted to people from ticks and animals. While it might not be a commonly-discussed disease, CCHF outbreaks - which causes severe viral haemorrhagic fever outbreaks - have a fatality rate of up to 40 per cent, according to the World Health Organisation.

Worryingly the virus is primarily transmitted to people from ticks and livestock animals - but human-to-human transmission can occur after close contact with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected persons.

There is no vaccine available for either people or animals.

Sep 08 18:31

Humans have destroyed a tenth of Earth's wilderness in 25 years, study shows

Humans have destroyed a tenth of Earth’s remaining wilderness in the last 25 years and there may be none left within a century if trends continue, according to an authoritative new study.

Sep 08 17:41

Quantum radar can detect what’s invisible to regular radar

From their description the design sounds reminiscent of a basic interferometer system that uses a probe beam and a reference beam. The converter creates the microwave probe beam that would illuminate the object to be detected, while the visible arm acts as the reference beam — or ‘idler beam’ as they call it. The two beams then interfere with each other in the detector.

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A caller into the radio show asking about quantum radar and here is an article which describes the concept.

Sep 08 17:17

71% DOCTORS SAY HILLARY HEALTH CONCERNS SERIOUS

Concerns about Hillary Clinton's health are "serious—could be disqualifying for the position of President of the U.S.," say nearly 71% of 250 physicians responding to an informal internet survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). About 20% said concerns were "likely overblown, but should be addressed as by full release of medical records." Only 2.7% responded that they were "just a political attack; I have confidence in the letter from her physician and see no cause for concern."

Sep 08 17:13

Irish Health Minister Doubles Down On ?HPV Vaccine Racket As Narrative Crumbles

By Jefferey Jaxen

Shortly after taking his position as the Irish Health Minister, Simon Harris wasted no time attempting to revive a failed narrative. Picking up where his pro-big pharma, unempathetic predecessor Leo Varadkar left off, Harris started the medical double speak machine pushing an agenda while simultaneously covering his ass.

Here are some direct quotes from Harris...

Sep 08 16:59

New Study Warns of the Dangers of Multiple Vaccinations

By Christina England

Time and time again, VacTruth has published heartbreaking stories involving infants who have received multiple vaccinations in one visit. Many of these infants have suffered irreversible brain injuries or death as a result.

Currently, an infant as young as eight weeks of age can receive up to ten doses of vaccinations in one visit, and in one particular case, a child received thirteen doses, which, sadly, led to his death.

Until recently, there have been very few studies for parents to examine outlining the facts surrounding the dangers of multiple vaccinations. However, this is about to change...

Sep 08 16:42

Washing Our Hands Of Toxins

Some people love to hate government regulations. Many believe they’re just bureaucratic barriers that waste our time. But the Food and Drug Administration just passed a new regulation that’ll actually protect us, and may save you a few bucks and an unnecessary purchase at the store.

Sep 08 14:58

Hillary's Health Concerns Serious, Say Most Doctors Polled by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

Concerns about Hillary Clinton's health are "serious—could be disqualifying for the position of President of the U.S.," say nearly 71% of 250 physicians responding to an informal internet survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). About 20% said concerns were "likely overblown, but should be addressed as by full release of medical records." Only 2.7% responded that they were "just a political attack; I have confidence in the letter from her physician and see no cause for concern."

While more than 81% were aware of her history of a concussion, only 59% were aware of the cerebral sinus thrombosis, and 52% of the history of deep venous thrombosis.

Sep 08 14:20

Video Fuels Hillary Clinton’s Parkinson’s Disease Rumor- Refused to Drink from Bottled Water during Coughing Fits Because She Can Only Drink from Glass with Thickened Water

Thickened fluids reduce aspiration in individuals experiencing dysphagia or swallowing difficulties. Residents can develop dysphagia due to Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer irradiation, stroke, developmental disability, side effects of medication and dementia.

Sep 08 12:52

How Sports Fanaticism Requires Social Schizophrenia

Why is violating a sports ritual such a big deal?

Rather than focus on either the nobility, courage, arrogance or ungratefulness of Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand up for the national anthem, I think it is more revealing to consider why it seems so important to sports fans that he stand up for the national anthem.

Sep 08 11:08

See ya in a FEMA Camp

New information regarding the CDC being able to medically detain persons with communicable diseases

Sep 08 10:50

Early Life Antibiotic Use Tied to Future Allergy Risk

LONDON -- Early life exposure to antibiotics was associated with an increased risk for both hay fever and eczema later in life in a pooled analysis reported here that included more than half a million people.

Findings from the analysis of 32 observational studies indicated that antibiotic use during the first 2 years of life increased allergy risk during adulthood in a dose-dependent manner.

The findings were reported Tuesday by researcher Fariba Ahmadizar, PharmD, from Utrecht University, the Netherlands, at European Respiratory Society International Congress 2016.

Ahmadizar noted that several previous studies have found a link between early life exposure to antibiotics and an increased risk for developing allergies later in life, but the research has been inconsistent.

Sep 08 09:17

Record numbers call Childline over suicidal thoughts

Childline received an average of one call every 30 minutes from UK children with suicidal thoughts last year, the NSPCC has said.

Youngsters plagued by suicidal thoughts contacted Childline 19,481 times - more than double the number five years ago.

Sep 08 08:33

A Field Guide to spotting Hillary Clinton's Parkinson's Disease Signs

Sep 08 06:57

NYPD: Hillary Was Wearing ?Invisible? Earpiece To Receive Stealth Coaching During Live NBC TV Town Hall

Hillary Clinton was sporting a mini earbud wired to receive stealth communications from her campaign handlers during Wednesday?s Presidential Forum carried live on NBC, True Pundit has learned. While Clinton was fielding questions from NBC?s Matt Lauer and the public Wednesday night on live television, a quiet buzz started circulating in New York law enforcement circles about Hillary?s left ear. NYPD sources confirm Clinton was wearing an ?inductive earpiece,? the same technology employed by almost all lead Broadway actors to receive forgotten lines and stealth off’stage cues from directors

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Sep 08 06:17

Clinton campaign warns media to tread carefully

Campaign spokesman Nick Merrill took to task an NBC reporter who wrote about the coughing spell, posting on Twitter that the writer should “get a life.”
The five-paragraph story, by Andrew Rafferty, was titled “Hillary Clinton fights back coughing attack” and reported that the “frog in Clinton’s throat on Monday was one of the most aggressive she’s had during her 2016 run.”

Jon Favreau, a former speechwriter for President Obama, asked via Twitter if “anyone on NBC, or anywhere else,” was willing to defend the piece.

The pushback signaled that Clinton’s campaign intends to sharply counterattack news organizations that take questions about her health seriously.

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"To anyone who questions my health I just have two words. 'Vince Foster!'" -- Shrillery

Sep 07 18:36

Fluoridated Water Now Linked to Diabetes & Lowered IQ – Still Drinking It?

Waking Times

In the video above, you can watch professor Paul Connett, Ph.D., director of the Fluoride Action Network (FAN), debate professor Mike Berridge, Ph.D., of the Malaghan Institute of Medical Research in New Zealand on the topic of water fluoridation.

Sep 07 15:22

CNN admits vaccinations spread disease, as dengue vaccine creates more outbreak cases

It’s not an admission you’d expect to hear from a cable news broadcaster that has lambasted presidential candidatesand others when they have suggested that vaccines are not 100 percent effective or safe, but CNN has made one, contradicting earlier stances taken by contributors.

On it’s website, CNN reported in recent days that a vaccine aimed at preventing dengue fever, which is spread by mosquitoes, may (unsurprisingly) actually do more harm than good. Citing a just-released study, the network said that the drug, which has the trade name Dengvaxia, “could lead to an increase” in the number of dengue fever cases if not properly administered. And given the fact that an entire study was done on the issue, problems must not be that rare.

Sep 07 15:01

Doctor Broke Law To Create Better Nursing Homes And Death Rates Plummeted

in the early 1990s, a young upstate New York doctor transitioned from his career as a busy ER doctor to directing a humble nursing home. Even 25 years ago, aging was becoming seen as becoming more “useless” in society especially as depicted in media. Nursing homes were, and the…

Sep 07 14:33

Hillary Suffers Yet Another Coughing Fit During Live Radio Show

Sep 07 14:04

9/11 Tour - Overflow Crowd at National Press Club Presentation

The event was bumped up to the National Press Club after the planned venue, Busboys and Poets, received threats from Zionists who use gangster tactics to stifle discussion of Israel's role in the false-flag terrorism of 9/11. Americans need to stand up to Zionist assaults against our freedoms of speech and assembly.

Sep 07 12:53

Frack, Rattle And Roll: Drilling Into Oklahoma’s Earthquake Epidemic

On the morning of September 3, rural Oklahoma was hit with a magnitude 5.6 earthquake. Six neighboring states felt the shaking and at least six buildings in Pawnee Nation, near the quake’s epicenter, were deemed uninhabitable. It was the first quake of this size to hit the state since 2011. The fracking industry doesn’t want to take any responsibility, but mounting evidence suggests the earthquake was the by-product of underground wastewater disposal wells. The following investigation was written in 2014 about Oklahoma’s quake epidemic. You be the judge.

Sep 07 11:49

BEX Alert!!! - "Esquire - Disproving 9 of the Biggest 9/11 Conspiracy Theories"

The are still plenty of 9/11 conspiracy theorists, and no matter what you tell them, they will tell you the attacks on September 11, 2001 did not happen the way our government or our media claim. Conspiracy theorists will tell you it was an inside job. They will tell you the government let it happen. They will tell you the buildings couldn't have fallen that way, or the Air Force could have stopped the whole thing if they wanted to.

Webmaster addition: Note that they go right to the "no plane at the Pentagon" poison-the-well!

Sep 07 10:23

FLASHBACK - Florida Governor Has Financial Ties To Zika Mosquito Company

Florida governor Rick Scott has been exposed as having financial links to the Zika mosquito control company currently contracted to eradicate the Zika virus in the State.

According to a Florida newspaper, “Gov. Rick Scott has an undisclosed financial interest in a Zika mosquito control company in which his wife, Florida First Lady Ann Scott, owns a multi-million dollar stake through a private investment firm she co-owns.”

Sep 07 09:42

Strep Solution? Vaccine May Be In The Works For Flesh-Eating Bacteria

Many people suffer Group A Streptococcus infections, typically as children when they get strep throat. In extreme cases, the bacteria can lead to necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh eating bacteria. A recent discovery, however, could soon lead to a vaccine.

Group A Streptococcus is responsible for a wide range of maladies, from strep throat to toxic shock syndrome to necrotizing fasciitis. It’s one of the leading causes of death in the world, killing an estimated 500,000 people globally, according to the World Health Organization.

Sep 07 09:30

Related? Zika Virus Found In Tears Just After WHO Says No Sex for 6 Months

The Zika virus has been discovered in tears. This leads to the essential question: are Zika victims and people who traveled to Zika-infested areas crying because the WHO just announced that they should not have sex for 6 months?

Sep 07 09:26

Aerial Spraying for Zika Stirs Controversy in Miami Beach

Miami Beach City Commissioner Mike Grieco is very upset over the announcement and has called for a special meeting Wednesday to cancel the scheduled aerial spraying.

Grieco said the aerial assault on mosquitoes could be a threat to everyone.

"It's a neurotoxin. We don't know the risks. It's been outlawed in Europe since 2012. It's something that has not been used in Miami, historically," said Grieco.
According to a spokesperson for Mayor Gimenez, Naled, which is EPA approved, has been used in Miami-Dade County since the 1970's.

On Tuesday, county workers started spraying the streets of Miami Beach with a chemical called BTI using specialized trucks. The city announced its use of Buffalo Turbine trucks in its fight against the Zika virus in an email Monday.

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As reported at nospray.com:

Long-term exposure also caused AChE inhibition; reduced AChE activity occurred in dogs exposed orally to 2 mg/kg per day for 1 year and in rats exposed orally to the same dose for 2 years. In addition, the long-term study with dogs found that doses of 2 mg/kg per day also caused mineralization of the spinal cord. Naled’s breakdown product dichlorvos inhibits the activity in rats of a nervous system enzyme called neuropathy target esterase. In experiments conducted by biochemists at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (India), doses of 6 mg/kg per day reduced the enzyme’s activity by about 40 percent. Inhibition of this enzyme causes partial paralysis of the hind legs followed by incoordination. Toxicity Caused by Breathing Naled Naled is more potent when exposure occurs through breathing than when exposure occurs through eating contaminated food or drinking contaminated water. Toxicologists at the University of California found that inhalation was 20 times more toxic to rats than oral dosing (dosing through the mouth) of naled. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) came to a similar conclusion based on tests submitted to the agency by naled’s manufacturer: the dose required to cause cholinesterase inhibition through inhalation exposure was less than 1/6 of the lowest oral dose causing the same effect. An additional study by the University of California researchers mentioned above found that small droplets of naled (the size produced by ultra low volume sprayers often used in mosquito spraying) were about four times more acutely toxic than larger droplets. Dibrom Concentrate (EPA Registration No. 5481-480) contains the inert ingredient aromatic hydrocarbon solvent (Chemical Abstract Services number 64742-94-5), also called solvent naphtha. This solvent contains two aromatic hydrocarbons, naphthalene and 1,2,4- trimethylbenzene. Dibrom 8 Emulsive (EPA Registration No. 5481-479) contains naphthalene. Dibrom 8 Miscible (EPA Registration No. 34704-351) contains solvents4 whose ingredients can include naphthalene and trimethylbenzene. Naphthalene has been classified by EPA as a possible human carcinogen because it caused lung tumors in mice following inhalation.

Any way you cut it, this is nasty stuff, and I am quite certain that the product manufacturers contribute to politicians heavily to make sure it does not get off the EPA-approved list of mosquito abatement chemicals.

Sep 07 09:06

Damning Emails Against Monsanto-Bayer

Damning email evidence against the explicit role of Monsanto in sabotaging the most important scientific study of the health effects of a Monsanto GMO diet has come to light in a US court case. Were the mainstream media and government health authorities to look at the implications seriously, it could well sound the long-overdue death knell for the grotesque experiment known as Genetically Manipulated Organisms or GMO. To make it easier for them to grasp what the implications are we elaborate the following.

Sep 07 08:59

Anthony Samsel on Vaccines contaminated with Glyphosate

Sep 07 08:52

MYSTERY: Hillary handed special water glass — while holding bottle of H2O

While the Democratic presidential candidate was talking to reporters aboard her campaign plane on Monday, she suffered her second massive coughing fit of the day.

Instead of taking a drink from the bottle of water that was in her hand, an aide handed her a glass of water.

Strangely, she didn’t wave off the glass, but instead drank from it, and not from the bottle, which she passed to the staffer.

Why?

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Vodka? :)

Sep 07 08:49

Get ready for a close encounter: A large asteroid will come TEN times nearer to Earth than the moon today

An asteroid will pass extremely near our planet today.

The 32ft (10 metre) long asteroid will pass by at a distance of one tenth of the distance between Earth and the moon.

This close encounter will be followed by a much larger asteroid, 200ft (61 metres) long, that is set to pass us by in just a few days.

Sep 07 08:48

Hillary Clinton's Illness Revealed

Sep 07 08:34

Use of dogs at North Dakota pipeline protest criticized

Jonni Joyce of Martin, S.D., who has trained professional dogs since 1988, watched video from Saturday’s protest at the Dakota Access Pipeline site and called it “a dark day” for her industry. Some protesters reported being bitten by the dogs, and video from Democracy Now! shows a German shepherd with its mouth covered in blood.

“Taking bite dogs and putting them at the end of a leash to intimidate, threaten and prevent crime is not appropriate,” Joyce said. “It was absolutely appalling. … For a private corporation to utilize dogs in this fashion is reprehensible.”

A Dakota Access spokeswoman declined to comment Tuesday about security personnel or the use of dogs.

Sep 07 08:11

The Largest Native American Protest In HISTORY Is Happening Right Now And YOU Need To Know About It!

Right now the largest Native American PROTECT (not PROTEST) in history is happening in the Dakota’s. What’s going on? Well, the US Government is taking control of Native American lands and forcing them to allow oil developers to drill on their land and move oil via pipelines. From watching what happened with the Tar Sands of Canada, we can get a good glimpse at what the land will look like after they’re done with it.

Sep 07 08:01

Here’s How Stratospheric Wind Patterns Are Changing – And Why It Matters

There’s a change in the wind and it is so significant that it has caught the attention of NASA. The quasi-biennial oscillation, a pattern so regular you could practically set your watch to it, has suddenly changed. Scientists are now looking at recent wind anomalies they have observed to see if there has been an effect on the ozone layer and if there is whether or not it can affect human life.

Let me explain what all of this means.

Sep 07 07:51

The Hillary Files: How special interests that violate health, human rights and the environment have pre-purchased the Clinton presidency

The paper details how a Hillary Clinton presidency has already been pre-purchased by powerful globalist corporations and political class "corporatists" who promote clear cutting forests, Big Oil interests, GMOs, pesticides, fracking, Big Pharma, widespread environmental pollution with biosludge and much more.

Click here to download the Hillary Files now from NewsTarget.com (our sister site that covers politics and tech).

The paper contains 312 cited references and provides an overwhelming mountain of evidence that Hillary Clinton is not just dangerous to America's liberties and economy, but also dangerous to America's environment, health freedoms and organic industry.

This paper is a call for both conservatives and progressives to reject Hillary Clinton on election day.

Sep 07 07:46

The 'impossible' EM Drive is about to be tested in space

An actual EM Drive is about to be launched into space for the first time, so scientists can finally figure out - once and for all - if it really is possible for a rocket engine to generate thrust without any kind of exhaust or propellant.

Built by American inventor and chemical engineer, Guido Fetta, the EM Drive is as controversial as it gets, because while certain experiments have suggested that such an engine could work, it also goes against one of the most fundamental laws of physics we have.

As Newton's Third Law states, "To each action there's an equal and opposite reaction," and many physicists say the EM Drive categorically violates that law.

This is because in order for a thruster to gain momentum in a certain direction, it has to expel some kind of propellent or exhaust in the opposite direction.

But the EM Drive simply goes in one direction with no propellant, and thus violates the law of conservation of momentum, which Newton derived from his Third Law.

Sep 07 07:46

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Will Test Sentiment Analysis to Help Sniff Out Insider Threats

If the one-year pilot program is successful, a ‘full and open competition’ could follow to broaden the software’s use inside the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. A spy agency plans to identify people within the organization likely to abuse their access privileges by analyzing pieces of text.

Sep 07 07:25

Oklahoma orders shutdown of 37 wells after earthquake

Five months before Saturday's 5.6 magnitude temblor in central Oklahoma, government scientists warned that oil and natural gas drilling had made a wide swath of the country more susceptible to earthquakes.

The U.S. Geological Survey, in a March report on "induced earthquakes," said as many as 7.9 million people in parts of Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas now face the same earthquake risks as those in California.

The report found that oil and gas drilling activity, particularly practices like hydraulic fracturing or fracking, is at issue.

Sep 06 18:56

Landmark Study Shows Half of Cancer Patients are Killed by Chemo — NOT Cancer

Waking Times Media

No matter how much doctors push the treatment, chemotherapy might not be the best option in the fight against cancer, as a new study shows up to 50 percent of patients are killed by the drugs — not the disease, itself.

Sep 06 16:49

Italy Just Banned Monsanto’s Top-Selling Herbicide From All Public Places

By Christina Sarich

Italy just put massive restrictions on the use of Monsanto’s probably carcinogenic herbicide, Roundup, just as studies suggesting it is more toxic than previously assumed come under public scrutiny.

Italy’s Ministry of Health has banned the spraying of the main ingredient in Roundup — glyphosate — in many public places that affect ‘vulnerable groups,’ including courtyards, gardens, roadways, sports fields, recreational areas, playgrounds, green areas outside of school buildings, and additional green spaces...

Sep 06 15:11

UK: Antibiotic resistant E.coli found in one in four samples of supermarket chicken

One in four samples of chicken from the UK’s largest supermarkets contains antibiotic-resistant E.Coli bacteria, new research has revealed. The bacterium was found in meat from Asda, Aldi, Co-op, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose, Cambridge University researchers found. They tested whole chickens, breast meat, legs, drumsticks, thighs and chicken sausages – and found 24% contained types of E. Coli resistant to antibiotics.

Sep 06 14:52

Hacking Hillary: A complete timeline of 2016 coughing fits

Hillary Clinton goes through public coughing fits more than maybe any other politician in modern history. Below, we have created a timeline of every one of Clinton’s coughing fits this year.

Sep 06 10:47

Clinton Campaign Dogpiles NBC Reporter for Covering Hillary’s Coughing Attack

A member of the Clinton campaign ganged up on an NBC reporter after he wrote about Hillary Clinton’s embarrassing coughing attack in Cleveland Monday, joining left-wing bloggers and a former White House speechwriter to shame his writeup of a public event.

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So, telling the truth, about Clinton having had a coughing fit in Cleveland, is now completely criminalized by the Clinton Campaign?!?

Although, with this group of sociopaths, it always has been this way; it's just more transparent now, as Hillary gets caught in lie after lie after lie.

Sep 06 10:25

Landmark Study Shows Some British Hospitals Where Half of Cancer Patients are Killed by Chemo -- not by Cancer

Patients should be warned about the dangers of chemotherapy after research showed that cancer drugs are killing up to 50 per cent of patients in some hospitals.
For the first time researchers looked at the numbers of cancer patients who died within 30 days of starting chemotherapy, which indicates that the medication is the cause of death, rather than the cancer.

Sep 06 10:08

Measles Vaccines Kill More People than Measles, CDC Data Proves

First published by Natural News and Global Research in February 2015

Parents concerned about their vaccinated children potentially contracting measles from unvaccinated children may want to consider the fact that the bigger health threat is technically the vaccine, not the disease itself. Comparative data provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) reveal that nobody has died from measles in more than 10 years, while at least 108 deaths reported in VAERS during the same time frame have been linked to measles vaccines.

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I prefer my science fact-based, thank you very much.

Sep 06 09:32

Oops! FEMA Emergency Alert System “Wrongly Orders Evacuation” Of Congested, Isolated Long Island

A false alarm issued by incompetents manning the FEMA alert system nearly panicked millions of people into fleeing Long Island – with nearly 2 million residents and an already clogged with traffic system.

Federal officials in New York are investigating an emergency alert system after a mistakenly truncated message about storm system Hermine wrongly advised TV watchers on Long Island of an ordered evacuation, authorities said Sunday.

Read more at SHTF

Sep 06 09:26

Virtually all of Earth's life-giving carbon could have come from a collision about 4.4 billion years ago between Earth and an embryonic planet similar to Mercury

Research by Rice University Earth scientists suggests that virtually all of Earth's life-giving carbon could have come from a collision about 4.4 billion years ago between Earth and an embryonic planet similar to Mercury.

Sep 06 09:18

Magic Mushrooms Treat Severe Depression In Scientific Trial

A relatively new study coming out of the UK is now using science to confirm what many people have known for centuries – that psilocybin, the hallucinogenic chemical found in magic mushrooms is able to lift and treat severe depression in humans. At Imperial College London scientists gave 12 people high doses…

Sep 06 09:09

Clinton’s story is unravelling. FBI reveals that Hillary could not recall briefings due to “blood clot” and health problems

Under questioning by federal investigators over whether she had been briefed on how to preserve government records as she was about to leave the US State Department, Hillary Clinton said she suffered a concussion, was working part-time and could not recall every briefing.

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America does not need a "part time" President.

Sep 06 09:08

MSNBC Cuts Live Coverage As Hillary Has "One Of The Worst Coughing Fits Ever" - Blames 'Seasonal Allergies'

Unfortunately for Hillary, her earlier coughing fit was not a lone wolf attack. Right in the middle of her "Russia-Trump Conspiracy" lecture to reporters aboard her plan, she was forced to cut short her story by another "seasonal allergy" attack (odd aboard was is likely a heavily filtered air cabin), retreating to the safety of the front seats withe the reappearance of her African American 'handler' once again. Upon her return she explained that "we went back and checked and this happens to me every Labor day." Which seems odd... one assumes that any ill-timed meeting of world-leaders will have to take place in a hermetically-sealed room from now on...

Sep 06 09:01

A revolutionary drug that melts away cancer in some stage four patients has been given fast-track approval in the United States.

A revolutionary drug that melts away cancer in some stage four patients has been given fast-track approval in the United States.

Melbourne-developed Venetoclax is one of a new generation of targeted drugs which attack specific cancer-causing biological factors like cell-structure mutations.

Sep 06 08:39

PLAYING GOD: Major fears as scientists begin to alter genes and affect ecosystem

Researchers have been working on gene-editing techniques, not only to edit the DNA of humans, but to also alter the make-up of animals and insects.

One technique that has been deemed particularly controversial and subject to much debate is ‘gene driving’ which sees scientists remove certain traits from a species to ensure they are not passed down from parent to offspring.

An example of this includes releasing altered mice which only produce male offspring, eventually leading to a decline in the species.

Another is to release mosquitos that have been altered so that they cannot carry diseases which is an idea that has been floated in Hawaii to halt the spread of avian malaria through native birds.

Sep 06 08:16

Vaxxed - Full documentary

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BUMP TO THE TOP

This is the film the vaccine industry tried to kill. I am amazed it is still up at YouTube!

You may want to watch it (or make a local copy) before it gets yanked.

You may also want to reward the producers by buying the DVD which comes out on the 13th.

This is the documentary that was scheduled to be shown at the Tribeca Film Festival by Robert De Nero (who has a vaccine-damaged child) but was yanked when some of the festival bakers with ties to the pharmaceutical industry threatened to cancel their funding and shut the festival down. De Nero has since said he regrets backing down.

The video does freeze at a couple locations, but be patient; it will restart.

Sep 06 06:50

ANOTHER VACCINE “BOMBSHELL” GLYPHOSATE – THINK MONSANTO’S ROUNDUP – CONFIRMED IN MOST VACCINES

Research scientist Anthony Samsel has confirmed that glyphosate, a key active chemical in Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup®, has been found in most vaccines! In this video, we hear Dr Samsel reciting his findings.

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Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!!

Sep 06 06:25

'EPIC': HILLARY SUFFERS 2 VIOLENT COUGHING FITS

Labor Day has a brand-new meaning for Hillary Clinton, as the Democratic presidential nominee labored through a severe coughing fit during a speech in Cleveland, Ohio, then suffered a second coughing attack later in the day during a press conference on her plane.

It was just moments after Mrs. Clinton was introduced by her running mate Tim Kaine that she went into the first coughing episode at Luke Easter Park.

Trying to divert attention away from the coughing, Mrs. Clinton quipped, “Every time I think about Trump, I think I’m allergic.”

Sep 05 19:16

Philae has been found – now every ounce of science can be wrung out of it

The mission came to an end at 00:36 GMT on Saturday 15 November. Operators tweeted on behalf of the spacecraft, “I’m feeling a bit tired, did you get all my data? I might take a nap …”

The answer was yes, but although the data had flowed in and most of the mission’s objectives were met despite the strange angle of the lander, there were some analyses that proved impossible to complete without a knowledge of the lander’s location.

One of these was the CONSERT experiment, which beamed radar through the comet’s interior between Philae and Rosetta. This data could reveal the comet’s interior structure and composition but without knowing Philae’s location, the analysis could not be completed because the radar’s path through the comet was unknown. Now the final piece of this puzzle is in place and scientists can work towards understanding what lies inside the comet.

Sep 05 18:43

Asthma tablets linked to depression and suicidal thoughts in children as young as FOUR

Montelukast or Singulair is chewable tablet prescribed to adults and children between the ages of two to 14 to treat varying levels of exercise-induced asthma, reported the ABC.

The drug is reportedly prescribed and used by thousands of children in Australia who have asthma.

In April 2013, Australia's Therapeutic Goods Association put out a Medicine Safety Update about the drug.

In the update it said between January 1, 2000 and January 1, 2013 the TGA had received reports of neuropsychiatric adverse events in 58 children and adolescents being treated with montelukast.

Among these adverse events were five reports of suicidal thoughts, five reports of depression and eight reports of agitation.

Other neuropsychiatric reactions reported to the TGA included nightmares, altered mood and insomnia and in many cases, patients had experienced multiple neuropsychiatric reactions.

Sep 05 15:27

Another Vaccine “Bombshell” Glyphosate – Think Monsanto’s Roundup – Confirmed in Most Vaccines

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Research scientist Anthony Samsel has confirmed that glyphosate, a key active chemical in Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup®, has been found in most vaccines! ...

Sep 05 13:10

Hillary Clinton Started To Cough Violently In Cleveland, Ohio

Sep 05 11:02

FLASHBACK: US Now Admits it is Funding “Occupy Central” in Hong Kong

Posted in regards to the elections just held in Hong Kong.

Just as the US admitted shortly after the so-called “Arab Spring” began spreading chaos across the Middle East that it had fully funded, trained, and equipped both mob leaders and heavily armed terrorists years in advance, it is now admitted that the US State Department through a myriad of organizations and NGOs is behind the so-called “Occupy Central” protests in Hong Kong.

Sep 05 10:43

The Secret Ingredients in Monsanto’s Roundup That May Be Killing Human Cells

Most scientific studies on Roundup (not sponsored by Monsanto) have focused on the effects of the primary ingredient. However, a French research study published a year ago revealed that the “inert” ingredients in Roundup actually increase its toxicity, even at very low concentrations. The study was led by Gilles-Eric Seralini, a molecular biologist at the University of Caen who has done extensive research into GMOs and pesticides. What they discovered was alarming, to say the least. For example, one of the “inert” ingredients in Roundup is polyethoxylated tallow amine, or POEA. This is a substance derived from the fat of bovine species. It is used as a surfactant, or emulsifier. Amazingly, the USDA allows POEA in “certified organic” products, and the EPA has determined that it is environmentally safe and poses no threat to public health.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The reason for the US government still allowing this poison to continue to be used in this country is very simple; the "alleged" representatives of this country do not give a damn about the health of its citizens, but only the profitability of those companies which contribute to their political campaigns.

Companies creating GMO and GMO-related products are big contributors to the political game in the US.

Having products which can cause hormone disruption, miscarriages, or birth defects around doesn't bother these people one whit, because before they became Congressional Representatives, they all have had their conscience surgically removed.

THEY know the dangers, so they steer clear of products like this, and make sure their families do as well.

But constituents who do not have this knowledge, and suffer horrifically because of from the effects of this poison, are simply...collateral damage to politicians; not even worth mentioning, or paying attention to.

We the People have become completely irrelevant in their thinking.

Sep 05 10:12

Brain radiotherapy 'no benefit' for lung cancer spread

Whole brain radiotherapy is of no benefit to people with lung cancer which has spread to the brain, says research in the Lancet.

A trial of more than 500 patients found that it did not prolong or improve their quality of life any more than other forms of treatment.

More than 45,000 people are diagnosed with lung cancer every year in the UK.

In a third of cases, the cancer will spread to the brain.

Sep 05 09:15

Deadstream Media Shows Bias In Reporting On Violence At Dakota Access Pipeline Protest

By Derrick Broze

Over the weekend security officers protecting the Dakota Access Pipeline used dogs and pepper spray on protesters attempting to halt construction of the project.

After a relatively quiet week at the site of construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, violence erupted between protesters and a team of security officers hired by the company behind the project. Local media reports unquestioningly repeated statements from the Morton County Sheriff’s Office which claimed that the violence was initiated by the protesters...

Sep 05 09:08

Misdiagnosis in America: Shocking Statistics

In 1999, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) reported that up to 98,000 people die each year due to hospital mistakes. A health advisory committee with IOM has built on this knowledge in a new, yet equally concerning, report released in September 2015.1

Most people will suffer from at least one wrong or delayed medical diagnosis during their lifetime, according to the latest data. Americans experience about 12 million diagnostic errors a year, the IOM report revealed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My illness a few years ago had TWO misdiagnoses, and by the time they got it right on the third try, I wound up in the hospital for ten days!

Sep 05 09:06

ESA: Rosetta space probe finds lost Philae lander on comet

The European Space Agency's Rosetta space probe has located its lost Philae lander, wedged in a "dark crack" on the side of a comet.

The agency said Monday Rosetta's camera finally captured an image of the lander on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, weeks before the probe's own mission ends.

Philae touched down on the comet two years ago but bounced from its intended site and couldn't be found, though its general vicinity was known.

Sep 05 08:46

Philae: Lost comet lander is found

The images from Rosetta's high-resolution Osiris camera were downlinked to Earth late on Sunday night, and have only just been processed.

Philae is seen wedged against a large over-hang. Its 1m-wide box shape and legs are unmistakable, however.

Sep 05 08:08

Dr. Drew Asked To Retract Hillary Health Comments - Received "Scary, Creepy" Phone Calls

What followed, according to a source close to Pinsky, was a series of nasty phone calls and e-mails which were described as “downright scary and creepy.”

The fact that Dr. Pinsky was asked to retract his comments, and even received “scary” calls and emails over what he said, can lead one to believe that it was indeed his concern for Clinton’s health that lead to his show being cancelled.

Sep 04 17:53

Govt Spraying Banned Pesticide to Fight Non-Existent Zika Threat Just Killed Millions of Bees

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Mosquito eradication efforts in South Carolina have gone horribly wrong, resulting in almost total devastation to the indigenous bee populations. The pesticide used to target the Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti species of mosquito, which can carry and transmit the Zika virus, killed off millions of bees.

Sep 04 16:23

Oklahoma earthquake: 37 wells ordered to shut down after scientists' warning

Increase in magnitude 3.0 or greater earthquakes linked to underground disposal of wastewater from oil and natural gas production

Sep 04 14:07

Judge Denies Hepatitis C Cure For Mumia Abu-Jamal, But Finds Lack Of Care In Prison Unconstitutional

A federal judge has denied a request from the former Black Panther and journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal for life-saving medication that could cure his hepatitis C. Last year, Mumia sued to receive an antiviral treatment for hepatitis C after he was placed in critical condition, and officials said he was was not sick enough to be eligible.

Sep 04 11:51

China forces Barack Obama to emerge from Air Force One's 'ass' in sharp diplomatic snub

This headline doesn't mislead! Great headline!

US President Barack Obama, often heralded as the world's most powerful leader, was forced to go out of Air Force One's "ass" when his plane landed in China in what has been regarded as a sharp and calculated diplomatic snub by Beijing.

Conspicuously, there was also no red-carpet welcome for the US president at the tarmac unlike in the case of most other leaders including Russia President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Theresa May, South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. All the leaders are in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou for the G20 summit.

Obama's unusual exit and the less-than-graceful welcome were shortly followed by a verbal encounter between the American press corps and Chinese security officials. The US National Security Adviser, Susan Rice,

Sep 04 11:39

Cracks emerge in China's image as Obama snubbed at G20 summit

Misleading headline! This reflects on Obama and his NWO policies.He also managed to insult the Brits today. This "man"is bringing America into total disrepute. Does anybody in the District of Criminals even care?

In a series of heated disputes that nearly led to blows, Chinese officials harassed foreign reporters and embarrassed U.S. President Barack Obama from the first moments of his arrival.

Other leaders, including President Shinzo Abe of rival Japan, walked off their airplanes onto red carpet-draped steps. Mr. Obama emerged from an auxiliary exit in the bowels of his plane, as Chinese officials then tried to bar the travelling press corps from watching and blocked U.S. national security adviser Susan Rice. “This is our country. This is our airport,” one official said in withering explanation.

Sep 04 11:29

BEXALERT: G20 ‘staircase snub’ for Obama was United States’ decision, reveals Chinese official

This is really funny.Notice that the Chinese official isn't named!

It was Washington’s decision to have US President Barack Obama disembark from his plane through a small bare metal stairway instead of the usual rolling red-carpet staircase that state leaders get, a Chinese foreign ministry official has revealed.
Speculation has been flying about whether China was deliberately snubbing Obama since media reports on Saturday showed the US leader exiting the Air Force One through the small stairway.

On Sunday, Obama told reporters that the significance of a row between US and Chinese officials on the airport tarmac upon his arrival should not be overblown.
“I wouldn’t overcrank the significance” of tensions at the airport, Obama said later on Sunday, according to Reuters.

Sep 04 10:42

Cleaning up 2014 Nuclear Waste Disaster in United States may Cost more than $2 Billion

By Amando Flavio

In February 2014, radioactive materials leaked from a damaged storage drum in the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), located in the state of New Mexico, United States.

According to United States federal government officials, the WIPP is the world’s third deepest geological repository, licensed to permanently dispose of transuranic radioactive waste for 10,000 years, receiving radioactive waste from the country’s nuclear weapons program and commercial power generating plants.

The facility is under the direct management of the Department of Energy (DOE). When the accident occurred, the DOE claimed all 139 workers at the facility were underground, and were not exposed to the dangerous materials...

Sep 04 10:32

Costa Rica Has Been Thriving On 100% Renewable Energy For 113 Days (And Counting!)

By Amanda Froelich

If Costa Rica continues to thrive on renewable energy sources, it will likely match the record it set last year when it ran completely on renewable energy sources for 285 days. And, if this is accomplished, the Latin American country will prove once again that fossil fuels are no longer necessary to keep the lights on...

Sep 04 10:12

‘Huge victory for health’: FDA orders antibacterials removed from soaps

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday issued a rule banning antibacterials in soap, which the agency said were no more effective than simple soap and much more harmful for the environment and consumer health.

Sep 04 09:25

Dr. Drew: Hillary Has "Brain Damage"

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And again proving that we live in a dictatorship, Dr. Drew's successful 5-year program was canceled the following week!

Sep 04 08:29

Violent scenes at North Dakota oil pipeline as protesters claim sacred burial grounds were destroyed by construction crews

A protest against a four-state, $3.8billion oil pipeline turned violent on Saturday after tribal officials say construction crews destroyed Native American burial and cultural sites on private land in southern North Dakota.

Morton County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Donnell Preskey said four private security guards and two guard dogs were injured after several hundred protesters confronted construction crews at the site just outside the Standing Rock Sioux reservation.

One of the security officers was taken to a Bismarck hospital for undisclosed injuries. The two guard dogs were taken to a Bismarck veterinary clinic, Preskey said.

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According to the US Army Corps of Engineers, the construction company doesn't even have the necessary paperwork to be building in that area!

Sep 03 20:57

Kansas City metro wakes up to an earthquake

An earthquake shook the metro area around 7:05 a.m. Saturday morning. FOX 4's Rob Collins, Nicole DiAntonio, and meteorologist Joe Lauria immediately noticed the shimmy when the walls and lights in the FOX 4 studio started shaking.

It appears the 5.6 magnitude quake's epicenter was in north-central Oklahoma and was felt through at least eight states.

Sep 03 17:53

8 Ways to Safely Take Charge of Your Health While Avoiding Toxic Vaccines

By Michelle Goldstein

Our country is overwhelmed with chronic diseases including cancer, heart disease, auto-immune disorders and diabetes. Many of these illnesses can be prevented and treated with nutrition and reduction of toxins. Nutrition and toxic overload are areas of health largely ignored by the conventional health industry. Instead, every disease imaginable, including cancer, diabetes and auto-immune disorders, is being targeted for development of a new vaccination.

Unfortunately, vaccinations have never been proven safe or effective in preventing disease...

Sep 03 17:16

Prescription Painkiller Deaths Have Dropped 25% In States That Legalized Marijuana

By Amanda Froelich

There is still heated controversy in the United States about whether or not marijuana should be legalized for recreational use, let alone medicinal purposes. After reviewing a study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2014, you’ll likely agree that it’s much safer for cannabis to be doled out than most prescription opioids...

Sep 03 17:01

Did Fracking Cause the 5.6 Magnitude Earthquake in Oklahoma?

Did fracking in Oklahoma cause the large 5.6 magnitude earthquake that happened in the early hours this morning?

Here’s why I’m asking.

The prompt shutdown of waste-water disposal wells by Oklahoma officials seems to indicate something that many thousands of people had thought for some time, that fracking and operations connected to it can cause earthquakes.

Sep 03 09:54

More Shocking Vaccine News: Common Vaccines Contaminated with Glyphosate!

Folks, I have written about the problems with vaccines in previous blog posts. Now, a new serious contamination problem with our vaccines has been identified.

Researcher Anthony Samsel has published five peer-reviewed articles on the herbicide Glyphosate (the active ingredient in Roundup®).

A yet-to-be published sixth paper found various commonly-used vaccines contaminated with the herbicide glyphosate.

Yes, you read that correctly: Our vaccines are contaminated with an herbicide that the World Health Organization characterised as “probably carcinogenic to humans.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Why does this not surprise me?!?

It's not about health, that these vaccines are created; it is about profit, and profit only.

Sep 03 09:25

Re-Examining the "Out of Africa" Theory and the Origin of Europeoids (Caucasoids) in Light of DNA Genealogy

Seven thousand five hundred fifty-six (7556) haplotypes of 46 subclades in 17 major haplogroups were considered in terms of their base (ancestral) haplotypes and timespans to their common ancestors, for the purposes of designing of time-balanced haplogroup tree. It was found that African haplogroup A (originated 132,000 ± 12,000 years before present) is very remote time-wise from all other haplogroups, which have a separate common ancestor, named ?-haplogroup, and originated 64,000 ± 6000 ybp. It includes a family of Europeoid (Caucasoid) haplogroups from F through T that originated 58,000 ± 5000 ybp. A downstream common ancestor for haplogroup A and ?-haplogroup, coined the ?-haplogroup emerged 160,000 ± 12,000 ybp. A territorial origin of haplogroups ?- and ?-remains unknown; however, the most likely origin for each of them is a vast triangle stretched from Central Europe in the west through the Russian Plain to the east and to Levant to the south.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Short version: There is no single origin for humans. The various races are in fact separate species of hominid who resulted from parallel evolutions. The concept that there was a single source for all humans is another way that religious myths have distorted scientific thought.

Sep 03 09:20

Strong Oklahoma earthquake felt from Nebraska to Texas

A record-tying earthquake in the edge of Oklahoma's key energy-producing areas rattled the Midwest from Nebraska to North Texas on Saturday and likely will focus fresh new attention to the practice of disposing oil and gas field wastewater deep underground.

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"It isn't from the fracking. It just HAS to be human-caused global warming! And I will stop all earthquakes as soon as I get my carbon tax passed!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Sep 03 08:56

Pro-GMO Mainstream Media Continues Vicious Attacks On Chipotle After Decision to Go Non-GMO

By Bernie Suarez

It was a great moment in America back in 2013 when the famous food chain Chipotle announced it was committing to eventually serving only foods that were verified non-GMO. That’s non genetically modified organism food. At the time, Chipotle was also the first US restaurant chain to voluntarily label GMOs, and it stated its clear intentions to eventually serve foods with only non-GMO ingredients.

Little did the Chipotle restaurant chain know at the time that following this announcement they would become the target of mainstream media propaganda and ongoing vicious attacks on their reputation. It’s been several years now and the mainstream media continues their vicious campaign to demonize, discredit and trash the reputation of Chipotle...

Sep 03 08:17

Russian Assistant Robots Ready to Enter Arab, Japanese Markets

The Russian Promobot company is ready to provide its robots for the Arab and Japanese markets, the firm's co-founder told Sputnik.

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They're kind of cute!

But can they scrub floors, dust, and put away dishes from the dishwasher?!?

Sep 03 08:17

As Benghazi compound smoldered, Hillary Clinton couldn't remember the name of her dead ambassador to Libya

Among the nearly 900 pages of Hillary Clinton's emails the U.S. State Department released on Friday is one that indicates she may have been confused, exhausted or careless on the September 2012 night when four Americans died in a Benghazi, Libya terror attack.

As U.S. ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other personnel lay dead and America's diplomatic outpost there lay in smoldering ruins, Clinton asked her three closest aides for advice about how to announce the death of 'Chris Smith.'

That name – the wrong one – was the subject line of the email Clinton sent them as night turned to day in Libya and the full extent of the Islamist terror attack was becoming apparent.

Sep 03 06:44

White House Attacks Aetna For Leaving The Obamacare Marketplace

Sep 03 06:05

PARENTS WHOSE CHILDREN GOT NARCOLEPSY AFTER SWINE FLU JAB SUE THE DUTCH STATE

Parents whose children became seriously ill as a result of a swine flu vaccination have launched a legal claim against the Dutch state, reports ANP.

The case involves 14 children who developed a severe sleeping disease following their vaccination in 2009, and personal injury lawyer John Beer told EenVandaag TV news that they are suing the state.

The claim is related to GlaxoSmithKline’s vaccination, Pandemrix, and Beer cited international research suggesting a link between this jab and narcolepsy, a rare and incurable condition which causes people to fall asleep suddenly and unexpectedly.

‘Firstly, we demand that the government recognizes this and secondly, we want a financial solution,’ he said. He claims that parents of children with these problems have received compensation in Sweden, Finland, and Norway although not as yet in the Netherlands.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Although this is only going to happen when pigs fly, pharmaceutical companies which produce vaccines which can injure or kill, should be sued out of existence.

Sep 03 04:36

'Warp Speed' To Mars In 10 Weeks 'Impossible' EmDrive NASA Research To Go Public

The EmDrive was first proposed by Shawyer in 1999; he was ridiculed by the scientific community and accused of faking his research, even though the U.K. government funded his work. That research has since been declassified and is available on Shawyer’s website for free.

Sep 02 16:56

Parents whose children got narcolepsy after swine flu jab sue the Dutch state

Parents whose children became seriously ill as a result of a swine flu vaccination have launched a legal claim against the Dutch state, reports ANP. The case involves 14 children who developed a severe sleeping disease following their vaccination in 2009, and personal injury lawyer John Beer told EenVandaag TV news that they are suing the state.

Sep 02 16:55

FDA Rules: You Can’t Sell “Anti-Bacterial” Hand Soap With Triclosan Anymore

When the FDA first started actually looking into it back in 2013, the agency gave the manufacturers of antibacterial hand soaps one year to provide data on both the safety and effectiveness of the ingredients they were using. And for all 19 ingredients now nixed after today’s rule, the data just… wasn’t there. Either it wasn’t submitted at all or what did come in wasn’t sufficient to show that the ingredients were useful.

Sep 02 15:27

FDA bans antibacterial soaps; “No scientific evidence” they’re safe, effective

Ban includes soaps with any of 19 chemicals, including triclosan.

Sep 02 13:56

Beware This Health Bomb

Over the course of a lifetime, the average American uses about 20 gallons of toothpaste,1 and even though you don’t swallow it, chemicals in the toothpaste can make their way into your bloodstream, courtesy of the fact that your mouth has an absorption efficiency rate of more than 90 percent.

Sep 02 13:29

“Huge Victory for Health” – FDA Orders Antibacterials Removed from Soaps

By Nadia Prupis

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday issued a rule banning antibacterials in soap, which the agency said were no more effective than simple soap and much more harmful for the environment and consumer health.

The FDA gave companies a year to remove chemicals such as triclosan and triclocarban from their products or take them off the shelves entirely, and an additional year to get rid of ingredients like benzalkonium chloride, which are less commonly used...

Sep 02 13:20

Organic Rice Crop Yields Debunk Myth GMOs Are Needed to Feed the World

By Christina Sarich

In India’s poorest state, farmers are setting world-breaking records growing rice and other staple foods, without the help of genetically modified organisms, and none of Monsanto’s billion-dollar herbicides.

With the biotech industry claiming that the world can only be fed with heavily-doused herbicidal crops coming from genetically modified seed, it’s astonishing to see a region responsible for providing food for so many people, churning out some of the biggest yields ever — 22.4 tonnes of rice on one hectare of land, to be exact.

The crop yields being realized by Indian farmers are simply phenomenal and have been achieved by employing age-old, yet simple, growing techniques like using farmyard manure and forgoing herbicides...

Sep 02 11:52

Collateral Damage: How Zika Pesticide Spraying Could Eventually Kill Us All

Whether you think the Zika virus is a terrifying emerging epidemic, or whether you think the claims just don’t add up, your opinion no longer matters.

It doesn’t matter whether you believe in its existence, whether you believe it is less serious than the government claims, or whether you doubt that it actually causes infants to be born with microcephaly.

None of it matters.

What matters now is what the authorities are doing about it.

In a classic case of the cure being worse than the illness, it’s the “solution” to Zika that has the potential to devastate the American food supply.

Sep 02 11:48

Hospitals Can Kill You…And a New Study Shows Us Why

Sick people go to the hospital to get well, but there’s now even more scientific evidence confirming that a visit to the hospital may a person even worse-off than they were to begin with. And now we know why.

A brand new study was released that has discovered that gut flora is reduced dramatically within DAYS of someone entering the hospital environment. The researchers reported that some of the patient microbiomes resembled the microbiomes of corpses.

Just to be clear this means that the colonies of health promoting bacteria present in these patients were at the level of a dead body rather than a living human being.

Sep 02 11:30

Surgeon General reprimands doctors across the U.S. for promoting Big Pharma at patients’ expense

For the first time in history, a United States Surgeon General has sent out a mass message to American physicians. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy sent a letter to 2.3 million doctors in recent days,

Sep 02 10:22

Juno probe returns close-up Jupiter pictures

The US space agency (Nasa) has released spectacular new images of Jupiter acquired by its Juno probe.

The pictures show the swirling clouds of the gas giant at both its poles - views that no previous mission has managed to acquire in such detail.

Juno captured the data last weekend as it made its first close approach to the planet since going into orbit in July.

Sep 02 09:53

Beyond Treason 2005 - Documentary

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is a very long video that strengthens the case that "Gulf War Syndrome" was caused by experimental drug tests on our soldiers, and was not just "all in their head."

Sep 02 08:47

Nestle Pays Only $524 to Extract 27,000,000 Gallons of California Drinking Water

Nestle has found itself more and more frequently in the glare of the California drought-shame spotlight than it would arguably care to be — though not frequently enough, apparently, for the megacorporation to have spontaneously sprouted a conscience.

Drought-shaming worked sufficiently enough for Starbucks to stop bottling water in the now-arid state entirely, uprooting its operations all the way to Pennsylvania. But Nestle simply shrugged off public outrage and then upped the ante by increasing its draw from natural springs — most notoriously in the San Bernardino National Forest — with an absurdly expired permit.

Because profit, of course. Or, perhaps more befittingly, theft. But you get the idea.

Sep 02 07:44

Our View: As if doctor bills weren’t high enough already

Aphysician who sees patients every day — patients with health insurance — Dr. Laura Dean of suburban St. Paul hears the complaint often.

“I pay more and more and I get less and less,” she said her patients are telling her.

Can you relate? Most Minnesotans would nod yes.

“So they come in to see me, and they have a problem, and I want to order an ultrasound. They say, ‘I can’t afford the ultrasound because my insurance won’t cover the ultrasound until I’ve hit my cap,’ which is now $10,000 or $15,000. So they’re paying a big premium cost (and) they’re not having everything covered until they’ve hit a huge cap. And so people are choosing not to have tests that they might need to diagnose or to treat their problems,” Dr. Dean said in an interview this week with the News Tribune editorial board; she was traveling with her husband, Rep. Matt Dean, who was speaking in Duluth, which this editorial will get to in a bit.

Sep 01 17:54

Prescription Painkiller Deaths Have Dropped 25% In States That Legalized Cannabis

Waking Times Media

There is still heated controversy in the United States about whether or not marijuana should be legalized for recreational use, let alone medicinal purposes. After reviewing a study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2014, you’ll likely agree that it’s much safer for cannabis to be doled out than most prescription opioids.

Sep 01 16:13

DEA Adds Kratom To Schedule 1 List Alongside Heroin, Idiots!

Fresh on the heels of the CDC labeling kratom as an emerging “public health threat,” the notoriously fascistic U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency has filed a notice of intent to not only list it as a controlled substance, but the DEA is planning to add it to the most restrictive classification possible.

Mitragyna speciosa, aka kratom, and its two primary constituents, mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine are going to be placed onto schedule 1 temporarily beginning on September 30th.

Sep 01 12:48

Opponents of Dakota Access Pipeline Call For National Direct Action Campaign

By Derrick Broze

On Wednesday, the Red Warrior Camp and the Sacred Stone Spirit Camp issued a press release calling for “Global Weeks of Solidarity Action” aimed at targeting the banks and corporations behind the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Since early August activists, protesters, protectors, and members of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation have been opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline project. The opposition has come in the form of protests, rallies, prayers, Internet campaigns, petitions, and direct action. The opponents of the pipeline say that the project will put the Missouri River and other bodies of water at risk, as well as disturb important cultural sites...

Sep 01 11:25

Cannabis found to be possible 'cure' for organ transplant rejection

Researchers at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine found that, when given to mice, THC – the active ingredient in pot – seems to aid in preventing the rejection of incompatible organs. This would be huge, because according to Stanford University's School of Medicine, one-quarter of kidney transplant recipients, and about 40 percent of heart transplant recipients, experience organ rejection within the first year. That, coupled with the difficulty in even finding viable organs to transplant, means that anything that would lower rejection rates would immediately become a highly coveted medical discovery.

Sep 01 10:57

Facebook satellite lost in SpaceX explosion at Cape Canaveral (VIDEO)

A Falcon 9 booster rocket exploded on the launch pad in Cape Canaveral, Florida, as tropical storm Hermine bore down on the area. An Israeli satellite that was to provide Facebook broadband to Africa was lost in the explosion, SpaceX confirmed.

Sep 01 10:40

Hawaii avoids direct hit from Tropical Storm Madeline; Hurricane Lester looms

Storm system Madeline missed making a direct impact on Hawaii after being downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm but the Big Island is bracing for Hurricane Lester over the weekend.

The Central Pacific Hurricane Center said Tropical Storm Madeline was last registered to be 150 miles south-southwest of Hawaii with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph. A tropical storm warning is in effect until at least Thursday afternoon for Hawaii County and Maui County, including the Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe islands.

Sep 01 10:38

M7.1 - 167km NE of Gisborne, New Zealand

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No tsunami threat to Hawaii.

Sep 01 09:46

Scientists May Have ‘Game Changer’ Drug To Treat Alzheimer’s

An experimental drug could be the secret weapon in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. The results gathered from a small subject pool have scientists cautiously optimistic about the drug’s potential in slowing the progression of senile dementia.

Sep 01 09:34

BEX Alert!!! - "Gun sale bans for medical marijuana users constitutional, US appeals court rules"

Gun restrictions applying to medical marijuana patients don’t violate any constitutional rights, a US appeals court has ruled. The decision comes in response to a Nevada woman, who accused the government of breaching her Second Amendment rights.

The Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously voted 3-0 in support of the government’s power to ban medical marijuana card holders and users from buying arms.

Senior District Judge Jed Rakoff said that the ban was justified because using marijuana "raises the risk of irrational or unpredictable behavior with which gun use should not be associated,” according to the Associated Press.

Sep 01 09:11

Electromagnetic Fields And Their Effects

Can you see and feel its effects in the air? Of course you can, but you don’t know how to identify it correctly! It’s all around us like an ocean of electromagnetic frequencies that we are swimming in, which are pulsed out from many more sources than we can begin to…

Sep 01 08:58

‘Like it’s been nuked’: Millions of bees dead after South Carolina sprays for Zika mosquitoes

In parts of South Carolina, trucks trailing pesticide clouds are not an unusual sight, thanks to a mosquito-control program that also includes destroying larvae. Given the current concerns of West Nile virus and Zika — there are several dozen cases of travel-related Zika in South Carolina, though the state health department reports no one has yet acquired the disease from a local mosquito bite — Dorchester decided to try something different Sunday.

Sep 01 08:35

3.7-billion-year-old fossils may be the oldest signs of life on Earth

Scientists probing a newly exposed, formerly snow-covered outcropping in Greenland claim they have discovered the oldest fossils ever seen, the remnants of microbial mats that lived 3.7 billion years ago.

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