Oct 30 12:34

Hepatitis A Outbreak Spreads In Michigan, No Stopping This ‘Regional Epidemic’

A recent hepatitis A outbreak in southeast Michigan has now sickened 457 people. That’s 14 times more than last year, and officials are having a difficult time stopping the spread of the virus.

Of the 457 known cases, 18 people have died and 370 have been hospitalized. But this outbreak is puzzling health officials as the complicated nature of the regional epidemic continues to baffle so many in the medical community. The outbreak is overly complicated. There’s no single source such as food contamination and many groups of people are at risk, including homeless people, drug users, and now terrifyingly; people who are neither. There are even more cases than normal among men who have sex with men increasing the spread of the virus.

Oct 30 10:00

Warnings of ‘GLOBAL OUTBREAK’ of Black Death as PLAGUE continues to spread

Some 1,300 cases of the pneumonic plague, which is transmitted by air, have now been confirmed.

An estimated 50 million lives were lost as a result of the Black Death epidemic of the 1300s.

And now the deadly disease has spread into more African countries after taking root in Madagascar.

Countries affected include South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Comoros, the Seychelles, Mauritius and Reunion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Why have the roads in and out of Madagascar, as well as the airport, not been closed, to prevent further contaigon from this outbreak?!?

This is a real puzzlement to me.

Oct 30 09:09

Living in a Car on $800 a Month

Trillions to kill people and nothing for Americans. The USA is a failed state.

Today we meet Dee, who is living in her car on $800 a month. She tried renting an apartment but found it impossible. After paying rent, she had so little money left over her quality of life was tragically low. But, by living in her car, all that money is available for her to live and thrive on so she isn't just surviving and enduring life. She's done a brilliant job of making the car livable by taking out some seats, let's see how...

Oct 30 08:31

MSG and aspartame are the two leading causes of central nervous system damage in the United States

Excitotoxins, as they are appropriately named, are supposed to enhance flavor and excite your taste buds, but this "class" of chemicals overstimulate neuron receptors, which are what allow brain cells to communicate with each other. This causes a firing of impulses at such a rapid rate that they become completely exhausted, and several hours later, these depleted neurons die. This is true cell death, and the parts of the brain that are specifically targeted by excitotoxins are the hypothalamus and temporal lobes, which not only control behavior, emotions, and sleep cycles, but you guessed it, immunity.

Oct 30 08:26

Iran to launch Dousti Satellite by year end

The head of Iranian Space Agency said Sharif University’s Dousti satellite is ready for launch and voiced optimism that it will be launched by the end of the year.

Speaking at the 23th Iranian International Press and News Agencies Exhibition, head of Iranian space agency Mohsen Bahrami said “Sharif University’s satellite named Dousti (Friendship) is scheduled for launch and we plan to send it to space by the end of the year.”

Launching a satellite has a difficult procedure so it is not possible to decide the exact time of launch, Bahrami added.

Oct 29 19:34

The Story Of Incredible Willpower (14 pics)

37-year-old Sara Backstrom from Sweden had weight problems since she was 8 years old. Her situation got worse after she gave birth to her son at the age of 19. She kept piling on the kilograms as she turned to fast-food and ended up weighing 146 kg. But one embarrassing incident in particular pushed her to turn her life around. When she was at a garden store, she sat down on a camping chair and it snapped underneath her. That was a moment when she knew she had to lose weight.

Oct 29 09:39

Las Vegas Shooting Witness, Who Described Multiple Gunmen, Found Dead

The CIA does the dirty deed. The FBI covers it up. The witnesses are dropping like flies!

Danny Contreras, an eyewitness Las Vegas shooting survivor who publicly claimed there were multiple shooters involved in the attack, has been found dead in an empty house in Las Vegas with multiple gunshot wounds.

His body was found in a vacant home in the northeastern valley after a neighbor heard a man groaning inside the building and called 911. Police say Contreras was dead when they arrived at the 5800 block of East Carey Avenue, near North Nellis Boulevard.

Oct 29 07:55

Boeing bets on pilotless planes

Boeing is preparing for a future that involves pilotless commercial airplanes. The biggest challenges, though, are more likely to be societal than technological.

The aerospace giant announced Oct. 5 that it plans to acquire Aurora Flight Sciences, a company in Manassas, Va., with products that include a robotic co-pilot and software that can sense landing strips. On Oct. 19 HorizonX, Boeing's venture-capital arm, revealed an investment in Pittsburgh-based drone startup Near Earth Autonomy.? Both moves come four months after Mike Sinnett, vice president of product development, said at the Paris Air Show that Boeing planned to test autonomous flying technology in a cockpit simulator this year and in an airplane in 2018.

Oct 28 10:05

Bangladesh Considers Sterilization to Curb Rohingya Refugee Population

Bangladesh is considering sterilizing the Rohingya refugee population after health officials proposed the move to the government Friday.

Supporters of the plan call for vasectomies for Rohingya men and tubectomies for women, saying “sterilization of the males is the best way to control the population,” according to Pintu Kanti Bhattacharjee, who heads a health service near the Myanmar-Bangladesh border.

“If a man is sterilized, he cannot father a child even if he marries four or five times,” he added.

The idea was put forward shortly after rights activists working in refugee camps said Rohingya women believe that pregnancy protects them from rape and other attacks from Myanmar's security forces.

“Some of them told us that if a woman was pregnant, she had less chance of being targeted by the military or attackers,” AFP reported the activists as saying.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would like to politely point out to Health Service Manager Pintu Kanti Bhattacharjee, that forced sterilzations would be another form of slow-mo genocide against the Rohingya people.

But then, that would be the point, wouldn't it?!?

And what would happen to the people who would not consent to having the procedure done?!? Would they be rounded up in camps, and offered the choice between forcible sterilization or death?!?!?

And BTW: has a Burmese-language version of "Mein Kampf" just come out?!? And I ask this, because this is precisely the kind of "racial hygiene" Hitler would have advocated against "the others" !!

I would also like to politely suggest to Mr. Bhattacharjee, that the optics of such a move against the Rohingyas, if the Myanmar government goes ahead with this plan, will be perceived by the rest of the world as a crime against humanity, and rightly so.

Oct 28 07:57

Here It Is Again - Paddock Was Arms Dealer And Deal Went BAD

Analysts continue to be amazed by the many links between the CIA and Stephen Paddock—and who have documented that Paddock was a CIA arms pilot delivering thousands of weapons to a Mexican drug cartel between 2006-2011 in what is now known as " Operation Fast and Furious"

According to a source in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department:: “The LVMPD knows the motive behind the attack, but the FBI will not allow us to release the motive because it implicates the FBI in illegal arms deals and supplying arms to ISIS terrorists within U.S. borders.

Oct 28 07:42

JFK Files: The Truth Behind the Farce

by Clifford Shack

The American people have been promised the release of all the classified documents on the JFK assassination. It ain't never going to happen.

But that's ok. Just connect the dots. Those of us who have, know, that solving the whodunit aspect of the assassination is just the beginning. The real, meaty story lies in the motive. Since the assassination 54 years ago, millions of published research hours allow us to piece the story together in the context of that time.

You don't have to be a rocket scientist to understand the basics of the case. Those with a minimal degree of understanding know that the CIA was clearly behind the assassination. Most of the guys involved in planning the assassination lived blocks away from Kennedy when he lived in McClean, Virginia.

Oct 27 22:45

Mueller Russia probe reportedly nets first charges

The first charges have been filed in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, reports said Friday evening.

Oct 27 19:33

Anti-togetherness: The Virtues of Disunity

A Truth Not Welcome: People do not like being with those different from themselves . Sometimes, briefly, we find it interesting, as in traveling, but for extended periods, no. This distaste pervades society, often unnoticed, with consequences.

Instances of untogetherness:

Oct 27 19:14

Marshfield man locked in beer cooler overnight drinks beer, arrested

A Marshfield man is behind bars after police say he was locked inside a beer cooler at a convenience store, had several drinks, and then fled.

According to the police report, Van Ert drank an 18 ounce bottle of Icehouse Beer and three cans of Four Loko. He also fell over a stack of 30 pack Busch Light Cans.

Oct 27 10:47

The Plague Is AIRBORNE And It’s Spreading Because People Are Literally ‘Dancing With Corpses’

The plague that’s airborne and has killed at least 124 people in Madagascar is now blamed on “dancing with corpses.” This is the time of year when the dead are wrapped in sheets and paraded through the streets while others dance around the bodies.

The local tradition is said to be one of the major causes of the spread of this disease. Since it’s airborne, anyone coming close to the corpse of a person who has died of the black death could themselves, catch the infection. Health officials suspect it’s no coincidence that the outbreak coincides with the time of year when families customarily exhume the remains of dead relatives, wrap them in a sheet, and dance with them through the streets in a sacred ritual, AFP reports.

Oct 27 10:26

Monsanto Attacks Scientists After Studies Show Trouble for Its New Weedkiller

Dicamba, an old weedkiller that is being used in new ways, has thrust Bradley and a half-dozen other university weed scientists into the unfamiliar role of whistleblower, confronting what they believe are misleading and scientifically unfounded claims by one of the country's biggest seed and pesticide companies: Monsanto.

"It's not comfortable. I'm like anybody else, I don't like [it when] people are unhappy with me," says Mike Owen, a weed specialist at Iowa State University. Then he chuckles. "But sometimes, like John Wayne said, a man's got to do what a man's got to do!"

"Certainly, there's not a weed scientist in any of these states who would back down, who would change their story," says Aaron Hager, at the University of Illinois.

Oct 27 08:15

New report claims opioids killed more Americans last year than the entire Vietnam War… worst is yet to come

The Vietnam War is supposed to have caused the death of 58,200 Americans in 19 years and six months. The death toll from opioid overdose last year topped that number at 64,070.

According to data from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, statistics in August 2017 showed that drug overdose deaths increased by 21 percent in just one year from 52,404 in 2015, and the fatality rate doubled from the numbers that were recorded 10 years ago; three quarters of those deaths were caused by opioid overdose.

Oct 27 07:51

Sterilised silk from moths could repair damaged spinal cords by producing material which acts as a 'scaffold', claim scientists who have hailed the findings as 'exciting'

Silk could help repair damaged spinal cords by producing material which acts as a 'scaffold', scientists claim.

A team of British researchers found cleaned, sterilised silk from a breed of moths had properties well suited to spinal repair.

A modified version of the lightweight material could support nerve growth across damaged regions, they believe.

Oct 27 07:49

Beware trick-or-treating in California! Study reveals thousands of candy brands have been reported for containing LEAD

In California, 96.3 percent of lead warnings issued for imported food products between 2001 and 2014 were for candies, the UCSF study reports.

In the US, it's estimated that more than 1 million children have lead poisoning. The contamination can cause brain and nervous system damage, developmental, learning and behavioral delays, and hearing and speech problems.

Lead poisoning can cause symptoms like nausea, vomiting, upset stomach and hyperactivity. But these symptoms - which are not dissimilar to familiar signs of a child who has had too much candy - often go unnoticed and diagnosed.

Oct 27 07:37

Billionaire drug mogul is charged with racketeering and corruption after company he founded 'pushed powerful opioid-based painkiller spray to patients who didn't have cancer'

Insys Therapeutics, an opioid medication maker, has faced increasing scrutiny from authorities across the country over allegations of pushing prescriptions of powerful painkillers amid a drug epidemic that is claiming thousands of lives each year.

In the new indictment, Kapoor, of Phoenix, Arizona, and the other defendants are accused of offering bribes to doctors to write large numbers of prescriptions for the fentanyl-based Subsys pain medication that is only approved by the FDA for used by cancer patients with severe nerve pain.

Most of the people who received Subsys prescriptions did not have cancer.

Oct 27 07:35

Nearly 50% of people develop their food allergies AFTER age 17, study says

A report from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology has found that 45 percent of people experience the onset of at least one food allergy after the age of 17.

In fact more than 35 percent of allergies to many types of seafood - including shrimp, crab and lobster - do not appear until after age 17.

The study also found black, Asian and Hispanic adults are more at-risk for developing certain allergies than white adults.

Oct 27 07:33

'I thought it was the end of the world': Enormous glowing ball over northern Siberia sparks UFO fears, while others suggest that Putin is behind it

  • Firstly, it may just be that a vivid display of the Northern Lights - or Aurora Borealis - was underway
  • Or it may the trace of the Topol rocket which was launched by the Russian military around the time
  • Oct 26 16:54

    Can Mushrooms Make You Feel Fuller Longer?

    A study tried to determine if mushrooms could be the most nutritional replacement for heavier foods if necessary...

    Oct 26 12:47

    Health Ranger: Why independent science TERRIFIES the food and supplement industries (but shouldn’t)

    What you are witnessing in all this is the “democratization of science.” It is a decentralized revolution in food transparency, and the movement is rapidly proliferating. In addition to the Consumer Wellness Center (where I serve as the executive director) now analyzing and publishing food analysis results, another non-profit group called the Clean Label Project is also conducting laboratory analysis of products. The Organic Consumers Association, Cornucopia and the Environmental Working Group are also engaged in lab analysis of foods and personal care products, and I’m personally aware of at least two more similar projects coming online in 2018.

    Four years ago, we were called “conspiracy theorists” for exposing lead in rice protein… now we’re the pioneers of new science

    Oct 26 11:27

    The Pneumonic Plague Is Spreading: Warnings Issued to 9 Countries

    Madagascar isn’t getting this epidemic of the pneumonic plague under control as everyone had hoped. In fact, the opposite seems to be true.

    Less than two weeks ago, there were 200 infections and 33 deaths. As of today, those numbers have increased dramatically to more than 1300 infections and 124 deaths. And according to many infectious disease experts, the outbreak has not yet reached its peak. It’s urgent that we stay up-to-date on this epidemic so that we can be prepared if it goes worldwide.

    Oct 26 10:17


    Some 65 percent of baby food products in the US – including four out of five baby formulas – contain traces of the toxin arsenic, a new study has found, but officials say there is little they can do to remove substances that could harm developing infants.
    The Clean Label Project study of 530 baby products also found that 36 percent of the products contained lead, 58 percent cadmium and 10 percent acrylamide. While most samples contained only trace amounts of the toxins, some exceeded the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommendations by up to six times.

    The transparent labeling advocacy group said that Gerber, Enfamil, Plum Organics and Sprout – market-leading brands – produced some of the most contaminated baby foods.

    “The baby industry needs to do a better job in protecting America’s most vulnerable population,” Jaclyn Brown, the executive director of the Clean Label Project, told USA Today.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    The FDA is completely compromised on this issue, and should be collectively sacked for allowing these poisons into baby food.

    Recommendations for clean food, free of these poisons, should be compulsory, period, end of discussion, and the CEO of the first baby food manufacturer flouting strict guidelines, should be doing hard jail time, for allowing it to happen.

    Oct 26 10:16

    Federal OSHA And Microwave Industry Employees Safety Regulations

    By Catherine J. Frompovich

    It must be noted OSHA needs to update its website to include AMI Smart Meters that operate using microwaves and radio (RF) transmitters, called ZigBee radio modules (wireless electronics), which operate/function using radiofrequencies. Therefore, there are double radiation whammies emitted by AMI Smart Meters! ...

    Oct 26 09:50

    Former FDA Commissioner Charged in RICO Lawsuit

    A Federal Lawsuit charges Dr. Margaret Hamburg, former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with conspiracy, racketeering & colluding to conceal deadly drug dangers – under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations law (RICO) law. The amended RICO lawsuit was filed on April 11, 2016 in the U.S. District Court in Washington DC on behalf of eight plaintiffs who claim they have suffered severe harm by ingesting the drug, Levaquin whose deadly risks were concealed to protect financial interests.

    The drug is one of the controversial group of antibiotics, including Levaquin, Cipro, Avelox and other fluoroquinolones. Public Citizen petitioned the FDA in 1996 and again in 2006, to issue Black Box warnings for tendon rupture and tendinitis. Had warnings been issued, the death toll from Levaquin– reputedly more than 5,000 — and the tens of thousands who were debilitated with life-threatening diseases would likely have been averted. (Read risks at RxList)

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Good; hard prison time for both of them, if they get convicted, shortened if they turn on Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Obama, in a court of law.

    Oct 26 09:14

    Gulf of Mexico Now Largest Dead Zone in the World, and Factory Farming Is to Blame

    Story at-a-glance
    Nitrogen fertilizers and sewage sludge runoff from factory farms are responsible for creating a dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico spanning more than 8,700 square miles — the largest recorded dead zone in the world
    Seven million Americans have levels of nitrates in their drinking water that are high enough to be associated with cancer, according to some studies
    Nitrogen builds up far below the soil surface where it can continue to leach into groundwater for 35 years. This means environmental concerns remain for decades even if nitrogen fertilizer use stops
    The environmental group, Mighty, has launched a national #CleanItUpTyson campaign, calling for the meat company to clean up pollution from its supply chain

    Oct 26 09:02

    Flame retardants don’t save us, they kill

    Your grandchild has higher levels of toxic flame retardant chemicals in their blood than a child in any other part of the world. And you are at unnecessarily high risk for thyroid disease and cancer because of the toxic load you carry.

    But it isn’t your fault.

    This insidious poisoning of our population began long ago, when Big Tobacco decided to put their profits ahead of your health.

    Profits before people
    Decades ago, cigarette companies saw a threat to their ever-increasing wealth. The number of deaths caused by smokers falling asleep with a lit cigarette, on their chair couch, or bed, was skyrocketing.

    Instead of developing a cigarette that wouldn’t incinerate, tobacco companies responded to pressure for a solution by teaming up with another greedy industry, and starting a chain of lies that is only now being exposed.

    Oct 26 08:55


    Oct 25 13:36

    The Universe Shouldn’t Exist, Scientists Say After Finding Bizarre Behaviour Of Anti-Matter

    Our universe shouldn’t exist, scientists say.

    The most elite scientists in the world are still struggling to find why exactly our universe didn’t destroy itself as soon as it came into existence. That’s what science says should have happened – but it clearly hasn’t, since you’re here reading this, as far as we know.

    Oct 25 13:32

    Judge refuses to force Trump admin to pay Obamacare subsidies – reports

    A US judge will not block the Trump administration's decision to halt Obamacare subsidy payments to insurance companies, according to reports.

    Oct 25 11:47

    Chinese Chicken Alert For The USA

    By Catherine J. Frompovich

    Who, in their right mind, ever would have thought the U.S. would be importing cooked Chinese chicken meat with all the chickens produced and processed in this country? Well, we are, and you can chalk it up to a seemingly quid pro quo deal penned by U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdueand a deal whereby the Chinese agreed to accept U.S. beef imports after a thirteen year Chinese hiatus due to a “mad cow disease” scare.

    Investigative journalist Martha Rosenberg published her findings about Chinese food production, and it’s not an appetizing picture...

    Oct 25 10:21

    Scientists plan to halt global warming by DIMMING the sun

    Experts are considering ploughing sulphate aerosols into the upper atmosphere which would cause some of the suns rays to be reflected back out into space.

    This could potentially cool the Earth down and help counter the effects of climate change, scientists say.

    Oct 25 10:04

    MPs shame the UK's plastics industry for producing Lucozade and Ribena bottles that are IMPOSSIBLE to recycle

    Britain's plastic industry has been shamed by MPs for producing Lucozade and Ribena bottles that are impossible to recycle.

    The soft drinks bottles are wrapped in a plastic film that gives the bottles a 'grab factor' to consumers, a select committee was told.

    But the plastic wrappers contaminate other plastic recycling as bottle makers use plastics for which no facilities exist to process.

    Oct 25 09:31

    Why it is GOOD to daydream: People whose minds wander at work are more efficient, intelligent and creative, new study suggests

    Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology found that people whose minds tend to wander from the task at hand tend to score higher for intelligence and creativity.

    When they compared the scores to brain scans of the study participants, they found that daydreamers may just have more efficient brains, leaving them with leftover cognitive energy for thoughts other than the task at hand.

    Oct 25 08:57

    Rolling Back The Tide Of Pesticide Poison, Corruption And Looming Mass Extinction

    An anthropogenic mass extinction is underway that will affect all life on the planet and humans will struggle to survive the phenomenon. So claims Dr Rosemary Mason in a paper (2015) in the Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry. Loss of biodiversity is the most urgent of the environmental problems because this type of diversity is critical to ecosystem services and human health. Mason argues that the modern chemical-intensive industrialised system of food and agriculture is the main culprit.

    Oct 25 08:33

    Depopulation by Food

    Depopulation by Food
    Food contact materials and the depopulation program. Food contact materials are used to adulterate our food with endocrine disruptors / depopulation poisons. This segment was filmed in a Carrefour store in Brussels, Belgium, on the 20th of May 2017.

    Oct 25 08:08

    A Soft Landing in the Middle East?

    Trump fans, that endangered and vanishing species, are going through hard times. Even a devoted admirer of the Orange Man couldn’t swallow his strange battle of words with Kim, his threats to Iran, his UNESCO farce – and keep a straight face. The only comfort is that Hillary would have been even worse. Is he a comic miscast, a buffoon? Actually, Trump is doing the thankless job of soft-landing the US Empire.

    Oct 24 12:30

    Missing Las Vegas Shooting Witness Shot Dead Outside Church

    A key witness in the Las Vegas shooting massacre, who mysteriously vanished shortly after giving a statement that conflicted with the "official" narrative, has been shot dead outside a central Las Vegas Valley church.Chad Nishimura was a valet worker from the Mandalay Bay hotel, who parked the suspected Las Vegas shooting gunman's car, and gave an interview saying Stephen Paddock was a "normal guy" who "didn't have many bags".

    Unable to confirm this.

    Oct 24 10:40

    Protester Breaches Security As Trump Enters Capitol [VIDEO]

    A protester managed to breach security at the Capitol Building as President Donald Trump arrived for a lunch with Republican Senators to talk tax reform.

    The protester, who some reporters have identified as Ryan Clayton, the president of Americans Take Action, began yelling within the press gaggle and threw Russian flags on the floor as Trump passed.

    Oct 24 10:01

    New Groundbreaking Research Shows Glyphosate Persists in Soil

    A new research study from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and two Dutch laboratories shows that 45% of Europe’s top soil contains glyphosate residues, demonstrating the over-reliance of the EU agricultural model on this harmful herbicide chemical.

    Oct 24 10:00

    Six Middle Eastern Countries Ban Glyphosate Herbicides over ‘Probable Carcinogen’ Fears

    Oman’s Ministry of Agriculture has confirmed that six Middle Eastern countries, including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, and Oman have banned the use of glyphosate herbicides since last year, after reviewing IARC’s classification of glyphosate as a ‘probable human carcinogen’.

    Oct 24 10:00


    For those who haven't, a bit of a review might be necessary. When GMOs first came into play during the administration of G.H.W. Bush (who else?), I.G. Farbensanto (our code for the big "agribusiness" companies) developed the principle of "substantial equivalence" to avoid the normal procedures of testing products. Substantial equivalence simply meant that, as far as regulatory policy was concerned, GMO products were no different than ordinary natural seeds and crops; GMO corn and soy beans and so on were to be treated exactly the same as their natural counterparts, and hence, there was no need for "a closer look." If it looks like a potato and tastes like a potato, then it's a potato.

    Oct 24 09:26

    Mars has a TAIL: NASA mission discovers 'twisted magnetotail' unlike any other in the solar system

    An invisible magnetic ‘tail’ shaped unlike any other in the solar system is trailing behind Mars, NASA has discovered.

    While other planets, such as Venus and Earth, are known to have so-called magnetotails, the feature observed at Mars is twisted far more dramatically than expected.

    Data collected by NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission (MAVEN) spacecraft suggest the processes behind the twisted tail could also be contributing to the thinning of Mars’ already sparse atmosphere.

    Oct 24 06:47

    M 6.7 - 141km NNE of Palue, Indonesia

    Oct 23 15:51

    Monsanto’s RoundUp is more dangerous than we realized: Even the inert ingredients have proven to be dangerous

    What role do “inert” ingredients play in disrupting human endocrine systems, cellular processes, and assisting the permeation of toxins across the blood-brain barrier?

    “Inert” ingredients are designed to enhance glypohsate’s toxicity as an herbicide. Since glyphosate is also a registered antibiotic, it is inevitably doing great damage to human gut health. Becoming part of the food and water supply, glyphosate and its host of inert ingredients work together and deplete the good bacteria that control much of the human digestive and immune systems.

    The inert ingredients of Roundup that often go ignored, are actually powerful adjuvants that make glyphosate more pervasive in the environment, delaying the breakdown and decay of glyphosate, while allowing the carcinogen to more readily penetrate tissues. These “inert” ingredients are making glyphosate more of a nightmare long term.

    Oct 23 15:32

    ROTARY International argues that vaccine-derived polio, caused by polio vaccines, is somehow caused by NOT ENOUGH children being vaccinated

    In a superior example of the circular “logic” of mainstream medicine, Rotary International has announced that a recent polio outbreak in Syria, caused by the polio vaccine itself, could have been averted if more kids had been vaccinated. That’s right: The polio vaccine is giving kids polio, so we should be sure to vaccinate more kids as quickly as possible. Wait, what?

    Oct 23 15:31

    BOMBSHELL: Genetic modification proven ineffective — pests have become immune to the poison of modified crops in less than five years, but we still have to eat it

    After looking at 36 cases examining how insects respond to crops that were modified to produce the insect-killing Bt protein, they discovered that bugs developed resistance that made the GM crops substantially less effective in 16 cases. Another three were starting to show “early warnings of resistance.”

    They took their data from cases involving 15 different species of pests in 10 countries, including the U.S. China, Brazil, Spain, Mexico, Australia and the Philippines. Their results were published in the journal Nature Biotechnology.

    The study also reported that pests’ resistance to Bt crops has been evolving more quickly in recent years as their resistance to already-introduced strains can breed cross-resistance to different Bt proteins that are introduced in future GM Bt crops.

    Oct 23 15:28

    Black death kills nearly 100 people as plague infects 1,150 in TWO MONTHS

    A PLAGUE epidemic has killed nearly 100 people in just two months as officials warn the number of people infected is “growing by the day”.

    Hospitals in Madagascar have seen more than 1,150 cases since August, despite the picturesque island nation commonly recording a few hundred cases of plague every year.

    And as the disease spreads to urban areas, health workers battling to slow the rate of infection have warned the stigma associated with the illness is undermining their efforts to contain it.

    Latest data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) says 39 healthcare workers had been infected so far, and the Red Cross is reportedly using the same burial methods employed during the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

    Oct 23 12:46

    Madagascar Hospitals On High Alert: ‘No One Is Safe’ From The Black Plague

    Travelers are being warned to keep their distance from areas of Madagascar affected by the bubonic plague. As the outbreak worsens, some doctors are even warning that “no one is safe” from the disease.

    The outbreak of the black plague in Madagascar has so far killed 97 people, and doctors are warning that it will be continuing to spread and worsen, meaning no one is safe. Health officials say the disease, which contributed to the deaths of more than 50 million people in Europe during the Middle Ages, has spread from rural areas to the more urban areas not usually affected. Hundreds of cases are reported on the tropical island every year, but experts are warning the epidemic is “much more dangerous” than in previous years.

    Oct 23 11:25

    London Introduces Carbon “T-Charge” Tax On Diesel and Older Petrol Vehicles

    By Aaron Kesel

    As part of the plan to begin phasing out gas and diesel car sales over the next three decades, drivers of diesel vehicles and older petrol cars in the UK will now face a tax called T-Charge for driving into the financial district and parts of west London, Reuters reported.

    Drivers are already charged 11.50 pounds ($15) under a congestion charge. But those driving petrol and diesel vehicles typically before 2006 will now need to pay an additional 10 pounds ($13.19). That means if you have an older vehicle before 2006 or a diesel vehicle you will be paying a total of 21.50 pounds or ($28.19) just to get into the city...

    Oct 23 10:09

    The Global Food And Health Crisis: Monsanto’s Science Is Bogus

    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is the new director general of the World Health Organization (WHO). With a $4 billion annual budget, WHO’s decisions affects us all and its decisions also affect the bottom line of some of the most powerful corporations on the planet.

    Oct 23 09:50

    E-cigarettes can trigger deadly lung diseases as easily as tobacco products, study says

    Researchers found that e-cigarette smokers were likely to develop dangerous proteins associated with lung diseases such as COPD and cystic fibrosis and that the devices are no better for people than regular cigarettes.

    The study adds to a growing body of evidence proving that e-cigarettes might not be the ideal alternative smokers addicted to tobacco are looking for.

    Oct 23 09:45

    Prozac in sea water is causing crabs to lose their inhibitions and 'take dangerous risks'

    Crabs exposed to Prozac, a drug used to treat depression and other mental health disorders, causes them to engage in risky behavior.

    In a study, researchers found that Oregon shore crabs exposed to the drug exhibit behaviors that make it easier for predators to catch them.

    The study is important because it sheds light on how pharmaceuticals found in the environment could affect animal behavior and survival.

    Oct 23 09:10

    Smallpox Could Again Be a Serious Threat

    But synthetic biology, like many other emerging technologies, is dual-use. The technological advances that fuel the amazing discoveries and products featured at the SynBioBeta conference can also be misused to cause harm.

    The most recent dual-use concern about synthetic biology involves one of humanity’s oldest foes: smallpox. Smallpox was eradicated from nature in 1980, and all known stocks of the virus are located at World Health Organization–supervised repositories at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States and at the Vector Institute in Russia.

    However, a Canadian scientist funded by the American biotech company Tonix has recently demonstrated the ability to create pox viruses from scratch.

    Oct 23 08:37

    Eating This One Food Strengthens Beneficial Brainwave Frequencies

    By Joe Battaglia

    A new study by researchers at Loma Linda University Health has found that eating nuts on a regular basis strengthens brainwave frequencies associated with cognition, healing, learning, memory and other key brain functions...

    Oct 22 12:00

    Israeli Merkava Hit by Hezbollah in 2006

    This is what Hezbollah fighters did to Merkava MBT's in 2006 with Kornet ATGM's. The Israelis advanced up valleys without clearing the ridges. The Kornet outranged the Israeli's tank guns by over 1,000 meters and the Israelis couldn't elevate their tank cannons enough to shoot back anyway. They were out thought and out fought.
    The IDF has been fighting unarmed people in the main since 1973. Hezbollah,the Iranians and Syrians are experienced blooded fighters with good weapons and tactics as well as strategy and they are backed up by The Bear. All the Israelis have left are nukes and the weakened US.
    A very dangerous situation for the Planet and the People indeed..

    Oct 22 09:30

    California seeks to combat unusual hepatitis outbreak - 18 dead, 600 infected and growing

    Thank you so much you ultra liberal idiots. You are responsible for the invasion of illegals and the increase in homeless on US streets. Any politician that goes along with those policies are also complicit for the downfall of this nation.

    Oct 22 09:30

    ‘Patient Zero’ in San Diego Hepatitis A Outbreak is Homeless Man From El Cajon Area

    As San Diego’s hepatitis A outbreak has continued to grow, so has a fascination about the identity and importance of “patient zero,” the first person believed to be infected in a surge of illness that has now killed 19 people.

    At first unwilling to say much about this mysterious person, San Diego County health officials disclosed twice during public meetings in late September that the apparent first patient — what epidemiologists often call an outbreak’s “index case” — was a homeless man who tested positive for hepatitis infection in East County.

    Dr. Eric McDonald, chief of the county’s Epidemiology and Immunization Services Branch, reiterated in an email this week that this man was treated in a La Mesa hospital and “when interviewed said that the exposure period was mainly in El Cajon.”

    Oct 22 09:08

    Manatee Sheriff: Opioid overdoses, deaths declining

    Dealers lace heroin with synthetic opioids fentanyl and carfentanil knowing they are causing overdoses and deaths, Wells said. “Drug addicts have no idea what they’re taking.”

    His agency’s emphasis has not been on arresting addicts but on getting the dealers behind bars, Wells said. This year his investigators have confiscated thousands of grams of synthetic opioids with a street value of almost $400,000.

    Until recently, synthetic opioid possession did not carry the same penalties as heroin possession. Dealers would be back on the street after posting $1,500 bail.

    A state law that took effect Oct. 1 now imposes the same penalties for fentanyl and carfentanil possession as that for heroin. Offenders can receive prison sentences ranging from three to 25 years.

    Oct 21 09:48

    British Musician Takes On Vaccine Issues With A Musical Video

    By Catherine J. Frompovich

    Isn’t there something dramatically and incongruously wrong about such a deliberate refusal to stop medical child abuse perpetrated upon infants, toddlers and teens by federal, state and local health agencies with apparent greased lightning support of advertising and lobbying from Big Pharma to extol vaccines as safe and effective?

    Nevertheless, one songwriter, Daz Nez, has stepped up to the plate and hit a home run with his song “Word to the Wise” he co-titled to “Always Reject Vaccines” with a video version of it...

    Oct 21 09:29

    Latest Fear Mongering About Self Sufficiency: Salmonella in Backyard Chickens

    By Joe Jarvis

    I just read a report about how the trend of raising backyard poultry is contributing to a rise in salmonella infections. Fox, the New York Times, NPR and other popular outlets have reported the same thing within the last few months. CBS actually titled their article: “Backyard Chicken Trend Turns Deadly.”

    All the reports are based on a Centers for Disease Control warning about the “outbreak” of salmonella among small-scale chicken keepers.

    Now I certainly don’t object to good information about staying healthy while raising livestock. A lot of people who keep chickens on a small scale are new to it.

    But looking at the numbers of infections, I doubt the salmonella risk is even as great as buying chicken and eggs from the store...

    Oct 21 08:26

    China to ‘Compel’ Saudi Arabia to Trade Oil in Yuan – Ending Petrodollar as World Reserve Currency

    The jig is up for the NWO gang that murdered JFK back in 1963 and has run America into the ground ever since.Their day is ending!

    This week, a leading economist predicted a major paradigm shift, as Carl Weinberg, chief economist and managing director at High Frequency Economics told CNBC that China will “compel” Saudi Arabia to abandon the petrodollar, and instead, begin trading oil in yuan—a move he says is likely to precipitate the rest of the oil market following suit and abandoning the U.S. dollar as the global reserve currency.

    Weinberg noted that China is poised to clearly dominate the global landscape in terms of oil demand since surpassing the U.S. as the “biggest oil importer on the planet,” adding that Saudi Arabia will “pay attention to this because even as much as one or two years from now, Chinese demand will dwarf U.S. demand.”

    Oct 20 12:57

    Texas City To Residents: Sign Loyalty Oath to Israel or No Hurricane Harvey Relief Funds

    By Aaron Kesel

    U.S. citizens in the state of Texas are being asked to support Israel if they want Hurricane Harvey relief funds, a move which experts are calling illegal, Houston Press reported.

    The city of Dickinson is demanding its citizens sign a loyalty oath to Israel that states they will never seek to boycott the apartheid state for access to the Harvey Relief Fund during the application process to receive money...

    Oct 20 11:45

    The Global Food And Health Crisis: Monsanto’s Science Is Bogus

    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is the new director general of the World Health Organization (WHO). With a $4 billion annual budget, WHO’s decisions affects us all and its decisions also affect the bottom line of some of the most powerful corporations on the planet.

    Oct 20 08:17

    What Is Sustainable Development? - corbettreport

    Published on Oct 20, 2017SHOW NOTES AND MP3:

    We've all heard of "sustainable development," but what does it actually mean? Is it really about protecting the earth, or is it just another tool for foisting an agenda of carbon eugenics and technocracy? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we rip off the green mask of the oiligarchs and expose the 2030 Agenda for what it really is.

    Oct 20 08:11

    14 years of rising opioid deaths in Colorado REVERSED after marijuana was legalized

    As reported by Reason Magazine, since the legalized sale of recreational marijuana began in January 2014 after voters in the state approved a measure permitting it (recreational use still remains against federal law, however), the state has witnessed a 6.5 percent fall in opioid deaths.

    Oct 20 08:09

    The case of the disappearing insect. Boffin tells Reg: We don't know why... but we must act

    "Insects are at the bottom of the ecosystem," the lead author of a study into a massive decrease in collected insects told The Reg. Their loss, he added, is "likely to collapse the entire pyramid".

    Between 1989 and 2016, boffins used nets to fill about 1,500 one-litre bottles with flying insects from 63 conservation sites in Germany. Every week in 1989, they collected about 50 grams of the critters, but in a week today, they get only about 10 grams.

    A new study in PLOS One has found that between 1989 and 2016, for reasons that are unclear, the total biological mass of insects collected at these "protected" nature sites has fallen about 76 per cent, considering changes in seasons and climate. Flying insects make up over 90 per cent of the roughly 33,000 insect species in Germany.

    Oct 20 07:17

    Spectacular Orionid meteor shower will be visible TONIGHT with up to 20 shooting stars every hour: Here's how to see it

    Stargazers are expecting to see a meteor shower peak this weekend, with dozens of shooting stars streaking across the sky as Earth passes through debris of Halley's Comet.

    The Orionid meteors appear every year, with showers producing around 20 meteors every hour.

    Oct 20 06:28

    ‘I now hate my ship’: Surveys reveal disastrous morale on cruiser Shiloh

    “It’s only a matter of time before something horrible happens,” one shipmate warned.

    “Our sailors do not trust the CO,” another noted.

    It’s a “floating prison,” one said.

    “I just pray we never have to shoot down a missile from North Korea,” a distraught sailor lamented, “because then our ineffectiveness will really show.”

    Frequently in focus is the commanding officer’s micromanagement and a neutered chiefs mess. Aycock was widely feared among sailors who said minor on-the-job mistakes often led to time in the brig, where they would be fed only bread and water.

    Oct 19 20:02

    Flashback: Antidepressant prescriptions in England double in a decade

    The number of antidepressants given to patients in England has doubled in a decade, official figures show.

    In 2015 there were 61m such drugs prescribed and dispensed outside of hospitals. They are used to treat clinical depression as well as other conditions such as generalised anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and panic attacks.

    The total was 31.6m more than in 2005 and up 3.9m, or 6.8% on 2014, according to a report from the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC).

    Oct 19 20:01

    Flashback: High antidepressant dose linked to self harm in youths

    For the study, Miller and colleagues looked at the health records of 162,625 privately insured people ages 10 to 64 treated for depression with three popular antidepressants best known by the brand names Celexa, Prozac and Zoloft.

    They compared otherwise similar patients — based on the intensity of their depression symptoms, previous self harm and other factors — who got either typical starting doses or higher doses.

    The typical starting doses were 20 mg. a day for Celexa and Prozac and 50 mg. a day for Zoloft.

    Result: After a year, children, teens and young adults were twice as likely to engage in deliberate self harm if they started at higher doses. Such acts were especially common in the first three months. No such link between starting dose and self harm was found in adults 25 and up.

    Oct 19 19:59

    'Steep rise' in self-harm among teenage girls

    Since 2001, girls have had much higher rates of self-harm than boys - 37.4 per 10,000 compared with 12.3 in boys.

    While self-harm rates stayed constant among 10- to 12-year-olds and 17- to 19-year-olds, there was a 68% increase among 13- to 16-year-olds over the three-year period studied.

    This took the rate in girls from 45.9 per 10,000 in 2011 to 77 per 10,000 in 2014.

    The researchers, from the University of Manchester, looked at data for nearly 17,000 patients from more than 600 GP practices.

    Oct 19 17:40

    Hate to break it to you, but billions of people can see Uranus tonight

    Some may even glimpse the ring

    Oct 19 17:11

    The Global Food And Health Crisis: Monsanto’s Science Is Bogus

    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is the new director general of the World Health Organization (WHO). With a $4 billion annual budget, WHO’s decisions affects us all and its decisions also affect the bottom line of some of the most powerful corporations on the planet.

    Oct 19 11:57

    Dying Chimp Recognizes Man Who Used To Take Care Of Her

    Even for a salty, cynical guy like me, this warmed my heart.


    Oct 19 10:23

    The Global Food And Health Crisis: Monsanto’s Science Is Bogus

    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is the new director general of the World Health Organization (WHO). With a $4 billion annual budget, WHO’s decisions affects us all and its decisions also affect the bottom line of some of the most powerful corporations on the planet.

    Oct 19 07:30

    Giant deep sinkholes of unknown origin appear in Siberia for third consecutive year

    Giant sinkholes in the ground formed as a result of emission of gas in the Yamal-Nenetsk autonomous region have grown in size in three years. The sinkholes were discovered in 2014 in the area of the Bovanenkovskoye gas field. The holes were filled the water and turned into lakes. The diameter of one of them on the outer edge was not less than 60 meters at that time. The hole was 200 meters deep, but it continues to grow in size. According to Russian geologists, the giant sinkholes were formed as a result of emissions of methane from the melting permafrost. Satellite observations indicated the existence of several dozens of other deep craters. It turned out that the largest hole, codenamed B2, is surrounded by twenty other similar structures. "I would compare these structures to mushrooms: if you find one mushroom, you will probably find a dozen more nearby.

    Oct 18 21:31

    Tarred and feathered, lynched in the street and locked up in internment camps: The tragic plight of Germans in AMERICA during the First World War

    A fascinating collection of photos have resurfaced showing the hardships faced by German-Americans at the brutal height of the First World War.

    As Europe was ravaged by fighting, German immigrants in the US suffered harassment, internment, lynchings - and even the humiliation of being tarred and feathered.

    Although a little-remembered part of history today, America was wracked by the fear and paranoia that swept from coast to coast during the Great War.

    Oct 18 16:54

    Microplastics on Beaches Now Recorded at Insane Levels

    By Jason Erickson

    More attention is finally being given to determining the ill effects that microplastics (microbeads) are having on human health and the environment...

    While their findings varied, researchers found microplastics in EVERY sample taken from 23 locations in 13 European countries...