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Feb 21 23:55

Is a Trump-Putin Detente Dead?

Where Russians saw hope with Trump's election, they are now apparently yielding to disillusionment and despair.

The question arises: If not toward better relations with Russia, where are we going with this bellicosity?

Russia is not going to give up Crimea. Not only would Putin not do it, the Russian people would abandon him if he did.

Feb 21 23:45

Bombshell: Major Ad Agency Suspends Infowars Over Support For Trump

Major advertising agency AdRoll has suspended its syndication of Infowars product ads across millions of websites and platforms due to our support for Donald Trump.

A letter sent to Infowars explaining the decision cites the “political content” of our website as the reason for the suspension.

The letter also implies that the suspension is related to the “fake news” witch hunt that has been spearheaded by the mainstream media, citing “potentially sensitive information” that is not accurate.

The company has violated its agreement with Infowars and this represents a direct, politically motivated attack on our funding with a potential revenue loss of around $3 million dollars a year.

Feb 21 23:28

Ex-CIA Officer: Trump Security Adviser Wants to Deter Russia

US President Donald Trump's new national security adviser is on the record as wanting to deter Russia in Europe but is also capable of moderation and original thought, former CIA officer Phil Giraldi told Sputnik.

McMaster enjoys the strong support of arch Republican hawk Senator John McCain and US neoconservatives, Giraldi pointed out.

He is much loved by the neoconservatives with Bill Kristol and John McCain gushing over the appointment, which should give one pause,he stated.

Feb 21 23:08

Trump's New National Security Advisor Wrote The Book On How To Fight Russia

Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster will serve as President Donald Trump’s new National Security Advisor, but prior to his new posting, the bold general was in charge of a program examining how the U.S. will fight a resurgent Russia.

Feb 21 21:05

How Many People Would Die in a War Between the US and Russia?

From the frying pan into the fire.

One does not have to look far to find the people who are heading up the war planning. Yesterday, President Trump appointed Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster, an army strategist, as his new national security advisor.

The selection of McMaster is broadly seen as a concession to Trump’s anti-Russia critics in the political and intelligence establishment. He is the leading figure in an Army project called the Russia New Generation Warfare study, whose participants have made repeated trips to the battlefields of eastern Ukraine to study Russia’s military capabilities and devise strategies and weapons systems to defeat them. McMaster has called on the US to prepare for high-intensity conventional war with Russia, involving not only long-range missile systems and stealth aircraft, but also “close” combat.

Feb 21 16:42

Medical Cannabis

Cannabis is a vastly underutilized therapeutic option that has been wrongly vilified by U.S. regulatory agencies. In this interview, Dr. Margaret Gedde, a Stanford-trained pathologist and award-winning researcher, discusses the therapeutic value of this plant.

Feb 21 15:33

‘Sky Rivers’ Responsible For Massive California Rain – Study

When it rains, it pours and no one relates to this more than Californians, who after a prolonged drought have been slammed with drenchers and other extreme weather. According to a study, atmospheric rivers in the sky are to blame.

Feb 21 13:38

Wild Bee Decline Threatens US Crop Production

As the wild bee population declines, the importance of pollination becomes evident, threatening to disrupt crop production and the food economy.

Feb 21 13:37

Portland police defend arrests at protest; ACLU of Oregon calls events 'shameful'

The bloody old lady attacked 2 police officers who were trying to arrest a protester. She got what she deserved,but the ACLU calls it police brutality.

Portland police arrested seven adults and cited six juveniles Monday during a downtown protest dubbed "Not My Presidents Day."

Among those arrested or cited were a 66-year-old woman and a 14-year-old boy.

The protest marked Portland's latest conflict between police and protesters and, according to police, included the "limited deployment" of pepper spray and non-lethal shots fired by officers.

The Police Bureau's enforcement tactics drew a strong rebuke from the ACLU of Oregon, which called the events "shameful."

In a separate confrontation, a senior citizen was left with a bloodied face after apparently rolling on the ground with an officer. Simpson said the woman attempted to stop the arrest of a different protester.

Feb 21 13:32

Fake News Site Lets Liberals Live In Alternate Reality Where Hillary Is President

Liberals seeking refuge from reality now have a fake news website where they can pretend to live in a world where Hillary Clinton is president.

Feb 21 12:51

Breast Cancer Awareness Neglects A Key Factor For Prevention

By Dr. Dennis Clark

The breast cancer awareness movement continues to miss out on what may be the single most important factor for preventing breast cancer: sunshine.

Sunshine is not even included in the list of factors currently under study, according to the Susan B. Komen Foundation.

Nevertheless, the potential role of sunshine for reducing the incidence of breast cancer has been known for decades. That’s not all. Sunshine plays an important role in reducing other kinds of cancer as well...

Feb 21 12:07

Boeing Used Potatoes Instead of People To Test Its Wi-Fi

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Here’s one for the record books, that’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not edition, if it’s still in print.

According to a December 2012 BBC news report, “Boeing uses potatoes instead of people to test wi-fi.”

I wonder what those potatoes in sacks had to say about how their brains reacted. Oh, sorry! ...

Feb 21 10:55

Horrifying: Toxic chemical in Pepsi known to cause DNA breaking, fragmentation

4-MEI is an impurity that is created during the manufacturing of caramel colors III and IV. The FDA maintains that they have “no reason to believe” that 4-MEI is carcinogenic. The agency is reportedly re-evaluating the public’s exposure to 4-MEI to ensure manufacturers are using it safely but is not currently recommending dietary changes.

This is rather perplexing because studies conducted by the federal government clearly showed that long-term exposure to 4-MEI increased the incidence of lung cancer in both male and female mice. The federal government’s findings even prompted the state of California to add 4-MEI to their Proposition 65 list of carcinogens. While there are no federal limits yet for 4-MEI, the state of California requires products that contain more than 29 micrograms (mcg) to be labeled.

Feb 21 10:37

Thousands of spills at US oil and gas fracking sites

Up to 16% of hydraulically fractured oil and gas wells spill liquids every year, according to new research from US scientists.

They found that there had been 6,600 releases from these fracked wells over a ten-year period in four states.

The biggest problems were reported in oil-rich North Dakota where 67% of the spills were recorded.

The largest spill recorded involved 100,000 litres of fluid with most related to storing and moving liquids.

Feb 21 10:03

High Concentrations of Aluminum in European Vaccines

By Catherine J. Frompovich

As my readers probably know, I network with researchers around the globe on various issues; vaccines are a top priority issue. Recent vaccine testing was performed by an independent German laboratory on several vaccines and I was emailed those test results...

Feb 21 09:45

New vaccines will permanently alter human DNA

Consider this article in light of the accelerating push to mandate and enforce vaccination across the planet.

The reference is the New York Times, 3/9/2015, “Protection Without a Vaccine.” It describes the frontier of research. Here are key quotes that illustrate the use of synthetic genes to “protect against disease,” while changing the genetic makeup of humans. This is not science fiction:

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Feb 21 09:38

The 14 Fake Olive Oil Companies Are Revealed Now – Avoid These Brands

These scams made the University of California to study 124 imported brands of extra virgin olive oil and discovered that more than 70% of the samples did not pass the test.

THESE ARE THE BRANDS THAT FAILED THE TEST:

Carapelli

Mezzetta

Pompeian

Mazola

Primadonna

Colavita

Sasso

Antica Badia

Star

Whole Foods

Felippo Berio

Safeway

Coricelli

Bertolli

Feb 21 09:07

Nasa planetary scientists want to promote Pluto to the status of a planet again

Alan Stern, the lead scientist on the New Horizon mission by Nasa has told Tech Insider that the definition of a planet currently used by the IAU is “Bull****”. Stern points out the complex geography on Pluto, including an atmosphere thicker than mercury, water ice mountains that are bigger than the Rocky mountains on Earth, and ridges on frozen plains that are signs of geological activity. “You really should listen to planetary scientists that know something about this subject. When we look at an object like Pluto, we don’t know what else to call it.”

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I agree. Pluto is a planet.

Feb 21 08:56

Rioters set cars on fire, loot shops in Stockholm suburb (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Golly Gee! Wonder who the rioters are. Trump was right!

Police in Sweden were forced to fire warning shots after a group of unidentified persons ran riots in the Rinkeby district of Stockholm late on Monday, setting cars on fire, throwing stones at police and looting local stores.

A police officer was injured during the clashes, forcing law enforcers to fire several warning shots at the crowd, Swedish public service broadcaster SVT reported, citing a local police spokesperson.

Feb 21 07:56

Northern California braces for flooding; Don Pedro spillway opened

Water came gushing down the spillway at Don Pedro Dam in Stanislaus County Monday afternoon, further proof — if any were needed — that this is a rainy season for the record books in much of California.

Feb 21 07:35

M 6.5 - 39km E of Padilla, Bolivia

Feb 21 06:42

Obamacare in “death spiral” as entire system unravels

If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. If you like your plan then you’ll be able to keep your plan. Average premiums will go down by $2,500. These were just some of the lies that Barack Obama and the democrats used to introduce the Affordable Care Act to the American people and then ram it down their throats. Everyone knows that the federal government can’t run healthcare, and yet the democrats pushed it through anyway without a single republican vote. Since its inception in 2010, Obamacare has had devastating effects on not only the lives of the people but also on our economy, with many speculating that the worst is still to come.

Feb 21 05:53

Dangerous radioactive particles detected across Europe as U.S. sends “nuclear sniffer” to the UK

Dangerous radioactive particles have been detected throughout at least seven different European countries including Finland, Norway, Czech Republic, Germany, Spain, and France

Feb 20 22:36

Medical Cannabis — A Vastly Underutilized Therapeutic Option?

By Dr. Mercola

Cannabis is a vastly underutilized therapeutic option that has been wrongly vilified by U.S. regulatory agencies. In this interview, Dr. Margaret Gedde, a Stanford-trained pathologist and award-winning researcher, discusses the therapeutic value of this plant.

While initially focused on the conventional medical model, Gedde eventually transitioned over to holistic, drug-free health care in 2004. At present, she runs an alternative medical practice in Colorado, the home of medical marijuana, as it was one of the first states to widely legalize and apply it.

Gedde specializes in the use of cannabis, especially for the use of pain, thereby allowing her patients to get off dangerous drugs like opiates, which have created a public health emergency of massive proportions.

Feb 20 22:22

The Anti-Trump Coup: Interview With a Non-Partisan

Q. What is a non-partisan?

A. Someone who is not committed to any political party. The non-partisan in theory can observe political events neutrally, whereas a partisan tends to view matters from a particular perspective.

Q. Did you vote in the last American election.

A. No, I did not. I didn’t contribute to any political party and I received no money from any political party.

Q. Is a coup d’état occurring in Washington, D.C. at this time?

A. Yes, a coup is being attempted. It is a non-traditional coup. There are no troops or armed masses converging on the White House with the aim of forcing Trump to resign and flee, at least not at this time.

Feb 20 17:14

Bentley uses technology designed by NASA to capture images of the surface of Mars to take 53 BILLION pixel photo for its new ad campaign

Seen at first, this looks like a typical aerial photograph of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.

But in reality, the image is so detailed you can zoom in to see the stitching on the Bentley Mulsanne's seats.

It is made up of an astonishing 53 billion pixels, and took a whole six days to shoot and three months to produce on a computer.

Feb 20 17:01

First sign of obesity in Arctic people is discovered after remote tribes are exposed to instant noodles and pasta

The first-ever cases of obesity have been recorded among nomadic Arctic reindeer herders, after they became exposed to instant noodles and other junk foods.

Russian scientists are warning about the dramatic change in the Nenets and Khanty peoples on the icy Yamal peninsula in northern Siberia, who for centuries had eaten only traditional foods.

A diet based on venison and fresh river fish meant that obesity was unknown among these indigenous peoples, but now outside influences are changing everything.

Feb 20 16:53

If the Auto Industry Operated Like the Vaccine Industry...

Feb 20 15:50

Scott Adams: De-hypnotizing a Climate Science Zombie

I recently stumbled upon a way to nudge anti-Trump zombies off the idea that 97% of climate scientists agree with each other and Trump is on the wrong side. I’m not arguing about the accuracy of the estimate because I have nothing to compare it to. I’m only concerned that people are trusting the fate of the planet to that estimate without knowing how it was derived.

Feb 20 15:30

FRENCH NUCLEAR WATCHDOG GIVES AN UPDATE ON MYSTERIOUS RADIOACTIVE IODINE BLANKETING EUROPE

The emission was rumored to have originated close to the Arctic circle, with some speculating that a nuclear test of emergency had taken place in Russia in January and the fallout then spread to Norway and onward to Europe:

Feb 20 14:18

Mysterious Radioactive Leak Detected Across Europe, Constant Phoenix Deployed to Investigate

There are concerns about a potential nuclear ‘incident’ in Europe.

Feb 20 14:17

Science Isn't Just For Scientists—We Can All Take Part

After he moved to London in his early 20s, Luke Howard became obsessed with the weather. Howard had a day job running a pharmacy business in the 1790s and early 1800s, but he spent a lot of his spare time staring at the sky.

Feb 20 13:16

Shocking rain damage is wakeup call to fix ailing roads, infrastructure, experts say

We were gripped by riveting video of the 20-foot sinkhole in Studio City that swallowed two vehicles in the wake of Friday’s storm and the 15 Freeway collapse in the Cajon Pass that flung a fire engine around like a toy truck.

But for some, it wasn’t just dramatic, breath-taking video, it was reality TV.

Besides undermining roads in a vivid way, the monster soaker underscored the need to bolster Southern California’s aging transportation network, current and former officials said Saturday.

“I’m not surprised by any of this that is happening right now because we have been delaying maintenance everywhere,” said Hasan Ikhrata, executive director of the Los Angeles-based Southern California Association of Governments.

Feb 20 12:55

SpaceX launches and lands Falcon rocket from historic spaceport

SpaceX successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday on a resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) that marks a new era of private spaceflight at one of Nasa’s most storied bases.

A Falcon 9 rocket took off at about 9.40am eastern from the Kennedy Space Center, off the coast of central Florida, from a launchpad that has seen off some of Nasa’s most famous missions but has gone unused since the agency retired its space shuttle fleet in 2011.

After twin sonic booms of re-entry through skies mottled with clouds, the rocket booster’s landing legs deployed, its thruster engines fired and it landed, almost delicately, at a landing pad at Cape Canaveral. A few minutes later, the Dragon capsule reached orbit and its solar arrays deployed.

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Way to go, Space-X!!!!!! :)

Feb 20 10:25

Oroville Dam whistleblower pix

#OrovilleDam team dedicated to searching social media controlling message! #censorship must stop! Young man fired for posting this photo

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This photo confirms a likely cause of what happened. It is clear that the cracks which appeared in 2009 were not repaired, merely patched over. Water continued to leak through, washing out a void underneath, leaving the concrete spillway unsupported from below. When the void grew large enough, the spillway collapsed.

Feb 20 10:19

Russian ambassador to UN Vitaly Churkin dies – Foreign Ministry

UH! OH!

Vitaly Churkin, who served as Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations since 2006, "died suddenly" in New York, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced.

Churkin would have turned 65 on Tuesday.

DETAILS TO FOLLOW

Feb 20 09:18

Souther California! Flash Floods Were Heartbreaking! Under Reported!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

California has a massive flood control system. But like the Oroville Dam, the storm drains in New England, and the New Orleans levees, what was once a working system has suffered from years of neglect and does not work properly any more. The channels and drains are choked with debris, the walls are cracked and broken. And THAT is why there isn't a lot of reporting on the southern California floods, because it is a report on the ongoing failure of government to put the safety and needs of the American people as a top priority.

Feb 20 08:46

Americans Wake up to the Dangers of Vaccines and Begin Rejecting Dangerous Medicine

A new report from the CDC Advisory Committee On Immunization Practices has revealed that fewer Americans are getting vaccinated than ever. According to the committee, adults in the United States are not getting as many vaccines as they would like.

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"WE'RE LOSING MONEY! RELEASE A DISEASE!!!" -- Constantly Demanding Cash

Feb 20 08:23

Panic in Flooded California! Fist Fights on Gridlocked Highways, Families Abandoning Cars & More (Videos)

Chaos for most of SoCal! Be glad you aren’t impacted by this mess, pray for those who are!

People awakened with cops at their door warning them to flee.

Feb 20 08:16

Organic Canola Oil: A Food Fallacy

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Ever since the late 1990s, when canola oil started to become a ubiquitous ingredient in food processing and restaurant fare, consumers have been ingesting it, literally, by the tons!

Canada produces 20 percent of the world’s canola oil. The U.S. imports an average of 510,000 tons of canola oil per year!

Canola is a heated and processed oil using anywhere from 80 – 90°Celsius and even 120°Celsius temperature in the processing, or 176 – 194° Fahrenheit to 248° Fahrenheit. That would be in addition to any additional heating a cook uses when preparing foods—something to factor in to your cooking...

Feb 19 15:48

Code 291: Swedish Police Cover-Up Thousands of Crimes Involving "Refugees"

Swedish police have covered up thousands of crimes involving migrants over the past four months, all of which have been classified under a secret 291 refugee code designation, it has been revealed.

According to a report in Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet, around 5,000 incidents have been kept secret, including 559 cases of violence, 194 assaults, two terror threats and four rapes.

The article explains that the incidents have been covered-up because of a directive from the National Operational Department that any information pertaining to the behavior of refugees be censored.

Feb 19 15:40

Syria: Supporting Terrorists Causes Refugee Crisis

Syrian President Bashar Assad has told Russian Television (RT) that Europe is not dealing with the cause of the current refugee crisis because they are continuing to support terrorists in Syria who are driving people away.

Feb 19 15:37

FLASHBACK : The Roots of the Refugee Crisis Caused by the West

“The reason so many are fleeing places such as Syria, Libya, Afghanistan, and Iraq is that U.S. and European interventionist foreign policy has left these countries destabilized with no hopes of economic recovery,”explainedformer congressman and three-time presidential contender Ron Paul, a leading voice for a constitutional, non-interventionist U.S. foreign policy. “This mass migration from the Middle East and beyond is a direct result of the neocon foreign policy of regime change, invasion, and pushing ‘democracy’ at the barrel of a gun.”

“Contrary to what one might expect, U.S. military aid doesn’t produce willing, cooperative, or effective security partners. Instead, it incentivizes bad behavior and drives the sources of terrorism: corruption, violence, and poor governance. Unwittingly, this policy is creating its own enemies,” writes Jeremy Ravinsky.

Feb 19 09:49

Could Your Fitbit Data Be Used To Deny You Health Insurance?

By Andrew Boyd, University of Illinois at Chicago

Wearing a fitness tracking device could earn you cash from your health insurance company. At first, this sounds lucrative for the people who participate, and good for the companies, who want healthier insurance customers. But it’s not quite so simple...

Feb 19 09:33

INDIA ENDS TIES WITH GATES FOUNDATION ON VACCINES OVER WORRIES OF BIG PHARMA INFLUENCE

On February 28, 2017, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s (BMGF) support of India’s immunization program will cease to exist after the government has moved to sever ties with the billionaire’s organization.

This move by the Indian state was largely prompted by fears that Big Pharma foreign donors associated with the BMGF could influence policy making. Having been the proving ground for outside foreign-funded health experts, this move is also part of a larger push to dismiss dozens of other schemes controlling and attempting to control decision making in key policy areas, according to Reuters.

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Left unsaid is how the oral polio vaccination program led to huge numbers of children stricken with a polio like (but trust us it can;t be polio because they had the vaccine) paralysis.

Feb 19 09:13

A Case Against Microwave Science

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Science is the hallmark of everything—supposedly, except when it’s out to lunch in its hypotheses or when it is downright fraudulent, as is the case with vaccinology in order to protect vested Pharma interests. Even the U.S. CDC and FDA cover Big Pharma’s derriere when it comes to chanting the mantra “vaccines are safe.” So much science in the peer review realm is out there published stating totally opposite documented scientific facts, but still U.S. federal health agencies function on the ‘flat earth’ concept regarding human health safety!

Such obstinate scientific posture also prevails in the field of microwave technology regarding EMF/RF/ELF and the various rays emitted by microwaves and their intensities...

Feb 19 08:34

Why the Kennedy-De Niro Vaccine Challenge Matters

Robert Kennedy Jr. and Robert De Niro convened a news conference on Wednesday at the National Press Club to announce a $100,000 cash reward for anyone who identifies a peer-reviewed scientific study demonstrating that the mercury in vaccines is safe. Though the challenge was perhaps something of a stunt, the significance of the appearance was underscored by Kennedy’s confirming that President Trump may ask him to lead a commission on autism. The consequences of such a commission could extend beyond the narrow vaccine/autism debate. More significantly, the commission could expose the incentives driving vaccination policy, which, in the current political climate, could move mainstream opinion against vaccines and also bolster doubts about the integrity of the health-care system.

Feb 19 08:33

Naica's crystal caves hold long-dormant life

Scientists have extracted long-dormant microbes from inside the famous giant crystals of the Naica mountain caves in Mexico - and revived them.

The organisms were likely to have been encased in the striking shafts of gypsum at least 10,000 years ago, and possibly up to 50,000 years ago.

It is another demonstration of the ability of life to adapt and cope in the most hostile of environments.

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Here is our species-chauvinism on display again. Humans find the surface of the Earth quite comfortable simply because we evolved here. The deep-crust microbes find the heat and darkness of the rocks comfortable because they evolved there. The life forms that swim around the thermal vents at the floor of the ocean comfortable because they evolved there. Even though the Earth's surface was quite different in the Cretaceous, the giants that lived there found it quite comfortable because that is the conditions they evolved in. Likewise the bacteria in the Gypsum crystals. No doubt any life in Titan's methane pools or floating in the gas giants' atmosphere will be quite comfortable where they evolved.

We should not assume that life is only to be found in conditions on the present surface of the Earth.

See VIKING, LIFE ON MARS, AND DR. GILBERT LEVIN (especially towards the bottom).

Feb 19 08:13

If I were at the Kennedy-De Niro press conference on vaccines and toxic mercury yesterday, I would have read this—

Members of the press, it’s an honor to be here among you today, especially since I’ve been told that, in this room, where press conferences are held often, people read poems. Is this not correct? I have also been told that journalists gobble up and spread far and wide these poems, and are overjoyed to hear them. No? Have I been misinformed? Well, regardless, I’m going to read a poem I wrote now, and I sincerely hope you listen to it; because it is listening to you:

Feb 19 00:06

Man dies after breaching security at Honolulu International Airport

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

A man in his 40s died Saturday morning after breaching a TSA security checkpoint at the Honolulu International Airport.

It happened just after 5:45 a.m. at the commuter terminal where Island Air and Mokulele airlines operate.

Department of Transportation officials said the suspect forced his way through the exit lane of the security checkpoint and gained access to an area where ticketed passengers were waiting to board.

Feb 18 21:18

Jun-OH-NO! NASA's Jupiter probe in busted helium-valve drama

NASA's Juno probe will not venture any closer to Jupiter, and will stay in its current 53-day orbit for the remainder of its mission. That's due to faulty helium valves in the propulsion system, space boffins announced today.

The spacecraft has been circling the gas giant since July 2016. NASA scientists had planned to fire the engine to reduce its orbit period to 14 days, bringing it closer to Jupiter’s surface to scrutinize the alien world. The more intimate the probe gets with the gas goliath, the more it can peek through the layers of clouds, and study the structure, atmosphere and magnetosphere of the planet.

Well, scratch that. A malfunction with two helium valves in the spacecraft’s main engine has dashed the space agency's confidence in its ability to move Juno closer without losing it completely. There's still plenty of work the craft can do, and simply put, it can't do that if it's out of control or destroyed.

Feb 18 14:28

Heavy Flooding in Colusa Co., Evacuation Centers Opened in Williams

Officials say that the overabundance of water over the last 24 hours, the local creeks and canals were inundated and breached their banks. The Sheriff’s Office initiated voluntary evacuations for those who felt their safety was at risk.

Feb 18 10:34

Los Lobos - La Bamba - 11/26/1989 - Watsonville High School Football Field (Official)

Published on Sep 24, 2014

Los Lobos - La Bamba
Recorded Live: 11/26/1989 - Watsonville High School Football Field - Watsonville, CA

Great version of LaBamba! But that is not my main reason for putting it up.
Look at the crowd. Dancing,smiling,laughing. White Americans,Hispanic Americans,Oriental Americans,Black Americans,all having a great time together. No fighting,cussing or politics.
Look at us now and what WE allowed them to do to us. To divide us,to make us hate each other.
We have 2 factions fighting for control of this country and neither one is for America or Americans!
Enjoy the music and a snapshot of an earlier time.
AND TURN IT UP LOUD!

Feb 18 09:13

Study Finds TSA Airport Scanners ‘Damage DNA’

According to a new study by the Los Alamos National Laboratory, TSA airport body scanners cause significant damage to human DNA, potentially leading to illnesses such as cancer.

Feb 18 07:38

SpaceX to Make Its 1st Launch from Historic Apollo-Era Pad Today

The private spaceflight company SpaceX is counting down to the launch of a landmark delivery flight for NASA today (Feb. 18), a mission that will leave Earth from the same site used by the first Apollo moon landing crew. If all goes well, SpaceX will also land its rocket booster at another pad nearby.

Feb 18 07:36

NASA Satellite Spots Mile-Long Iceberg Breaking Off of Antarctic Glacier

A massive, 1-mile-long (1.6 kilometers) chunk of ice has broken off Antarctica's fast-changing Pine Island Glacier, and NASA satellites captured the dramatic event as the icy surface cracked and ripped apart.

The Pine Island Glacier is one of the largest glaciers within the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, accounting for about 20 percent of the ice sheet's total ice flow to the ocean, according to NASA scientists. The immense glacier is also one of the least stable, and in recent years, the ice sheet has been quickly retreating and losing massive amounts of ice. Previously, icebergs the size of cities have broken off of the Pine Island Glacier.

Feb 17 15:55

Sean Dennis: Live at the Base of the Feather River in Oroville, California

Citizen journalist, Sean Dennis, has been making videos to keep the public updated on the situation at the Oroville Dam. While reporting in this latest Periscope video, he was informed that the sheriff’s department was looking for him because of his coverage.

Feb 17 15:21

SCIENTISTS ON VERGE OF RESURRECTING THE LONG-EXTINCT WOOLLY MAMMOTH WITHIN THE NEXT 2 YEARS

THE WOOLLY MAMMOTH VANISHED FROM THE EARTH 4,000 YEARS AGO, BUT NOW SCIENTISTS SAY THEY ARE ON THE BRINK OF RESURRECTING THE ANCIENT BEAST IN A REVISED FORM, THROUGH AN AMBITIOUS FEAT OF GENETIC ENGINEERING.

Feb 17 15:09

Navy Seals in Yemen Kill Tribal Leader Working With US-Backed Government

We attacked our allies,not AlQaeda and killed our allies women and children.
YUP! Putin appears to have taken the gloves off after Trump's comments on giving Crimea back.

New details of a January raid by US forces against al-Qaeda in Yemen that left 26 people dead are raising new questions about the mission. A tribal leader enlisted by the US-supported Yemeni government to fight Shiite rebel factions was among those killed in the raid, according to local authorities.

Feb 17 14:22

Britain's Urban Butterfly Population Down 69% In 2 Decades – Study

Butterflies are disappearing more rapidly from British towns and cities than from the countryside, according to a new study taken over the last 20 years. The research blames a multitude of factors for the decline, including climate change.

Feb 17 13:44

Scientists Want To 'De-Extinct' The Woolly Mammoth

Research from Harvard University is exciting some scientists about the prospects of being able to recreate the long extinct woolly mammoth. The ice age mammal’s DNA could potentially be spliced with an Asian elephant to create a hybrid.

Feb 17 11:15

How Big Brother Could Be Spying on You Through Your Prescriptions

Prescription meds are a way that the Big Brother state can maintain control over your medical supplies and monitor you as an individual.

Feb 17 11:05

Oregon lawmakers push to repeal sanctuary state designation, make English official language

SALEM -- A group of Republican legislators introduced bills Wednesday that would make sweeping changes to Oregon's stance towards undocumented immigrants.

One bill would roll back Oregon's sanctuary state designation. That proposal and others -- bills that would make English the official language of Oregon and require employers to check workers' eligibility against a federal immigration database -- are unlikely to move through the Democrat-controlled Legislature.
Rep. Sal Esquivel, R-Medford. Michael Lloyd/The Oregonian.
Rep. Sal Esquivel, R-Medford. Michael Lloyd/The Oregonian. (Michael Lloyd)

House Bill 2921, sponsored by Rep. Sal Esquivel, R-Medford, and Rep. Mike Nearman, R-Independence, would require Oregon's cities and counties to comply with federal immigration detainer requests and repeal a 1987 state law that prevents law enforcement from using resources to find or arrest undocumented immigrants living in Oregon.

Feb 17 10:39

If the Auto Industry Operated Like the Vaccine Industry...

Feb 17 10:08

STUDY: Antidepressants linked to higher rates of suicide and self-harm

Evidence continues to pile up about the serious risks of taking antidepressants, and a new study provides additional proof that these risks extend beyond the popular SSRI class of drugs. A study out of the University of Nottingham links some popular antidepressants to a higher rate of suicide and self-harm among people suffering from depression between the ages of 20 and 64.

While past studies have generally focused on antidepressants from a category known as selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors (SSRIs), this one found that those taking other common antidepressants, such as mirtazapine, trazodone, and venlafaxine (Effexor), had even higher rates of suicide and self-harm than those taking SSRIs, which have also been connected to such outcomes.

Moreover, the researchers found that suicide and self-harm rates were the highest during the first 28 days of taking the antidepressants, and the effect remained 28 days after discontinuing the treatment.

Feb 17 10:06

Health Ranger issues “drink mercury” challenge to toxic vaccine pushers who poison infants for profit

For those who want to inject children with the brain damaging heavy metal mercury, I say, “Drink it yourself first!”

Now that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has announced his $100,000 Thimerosal challenge — which the entire “fake news” mainstream media promptly blacklisted — I thought I would up the ante just a bit and challenge mercury vaccine pushers to demonstrate their claimed vaccine “safety” in a more dramatic way: DRINK MERCURY to prove it’s “safe.”

If ethylmercury is as safe as these toxic vaccine pushers claim it to be, they should be happy to drink a large volume of it and “prove” that it’s safe to inject into children, right?

Feb 17 10:04

D.C. lab botched Zika tests for more than 400 people

The mistakes, made public Thursday by city officials, have prompted retesting for the Zika virus of specimens from more than 400 people, including nearly 300 pregnant women who may have mistakenly been told they didn’t have the mosquito-borne viral infection.

Officials blamed the botched tests on a mathematical error by lab workers.

Feb 17 10:00

Is the US Air Force's X-37B space plane finally set to land after secret two year mission?

One of the most mysterious craft ever to be flown by the US military has been in orbit for almost two years.

The X-37B space plane, an experimental program run by the Air Force, launched atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on May 20, 2015.

Now, experts claim it may be about to finally return to Earth - almost two years later.

Feb 17 09:39

Bill Gates: One of the World's Most Destructive Do-Gooders?

Gates' latest plan is to try to end world hunger by growing more genetically modified (GM) crops.

He's already invested $27 million into Monsanto Company—leading some countries to reject his charity due to the high risks, such as:

New disease vectors
Mutated pesticide-resistant insects
Resistant "superweeds"
Contamination of surrounding non-GM crops
We already know how deeply entrenched the U.S. government has become with Monsanto.

Feb 17 09:38

Confirmed: India’s Polio Eradication Campaign in 2011 Caused 47,500 Cases of Vaccine-Induced Polio Paralysis

If you listen to mainstream media news, you'll be told that polio has now been eradicated in India – an accomplishment the Polio Global Eradication Initiative (PGEI), founded in 1988 by the World Health Organization (WHO), Rotary International, UNICEF, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), are attributing to the intense polio vaccination campaign.

The Indian government reportedly had 2.3 million vaccine administrators visit over 200 million households, with oral polio vaccinations given to nearly 170 million children 5 years of age and younger;1 health officials are now doubling their efforts to conquer polio in Pakistan as well.

Feb 17 09:35

50 Studies the AAP Avoided to Mention

There is a robust, worldwide body of published science from highly esteemed scientists questioning the safety of many different aspects of vaccines-how come we never hear from them? The majority of the most compelling science has been published since 2010. Below find 50 such studies to consider, sorted chronologically, and note that these studies only represent a portion of the published work implicating vaccinations in a wide variety of negative health outcomes.

The American Academy of Pediatrics made representations to President Trump in a letter dated 2/7/2017 that are utterly indefensible and inaccurate, as any rational review of the studies below quickly demonstrates. For example, the AAP wrote:

"Claims that vaccines are unsafe when administered according to expert recommendations have been disproven by a robust body of medical literature...we write to express our unequivocal support for the safety of vaccines."

Feb 17 09:25

Alien life boost: Dwarf planet Ceres has building blocks for life

Organic material has been discovered on Ceres – the dwarf planet between Mars and Jupiter – boosting the hopes of finding life outside of Earth.

The materials were discovered by Nasa’s Dawn spacecraft and while they cannot be identified exactly, the researchers say the materials resemble tar-like materials such as kerite or asphaltite.

Dawn's lead scientist Christopher Russell said: “The discovery indicates that the starting material in the solar system contained the essential elements, or the building blocks, for life.

"Ceres may have been able to take this process only so far. Perhaps to move further along the path took a larger body with more complex structure and dynamics (like Earth).”

Feb 17 09:22

Pro-GMO Scientists Blinded By Technology And Wedded To Ideology

The Oxford Martin School is based at Oxford University in the UK and has set up the ‘Oxford Martin Commission for Future Generations’ (OMC). Bringing together international leaders from government, business and civil society, the OMC aims to address the growing short-term preoccupations of modern politics and business and identify ways of overcoming today’s gridlock in key international negotiations.

Feb 17 08:59

Oroville dam worker said the governor Knew about this long ago.

Feb 17 08:23

Woolly mammoth on verge of resurrection, scientists reveal

Scientist leading ‘de-extinction’ effort says Harvard team could create hybrid mammoth-elephant embryo in two years

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As the tag line itself admits, what they are not making a true mammoth but are really making is a hybrid; an elephant with some mammoth DNA in it. That makes applying observations of the hybrid to the real mammoths dubious at best.

With all apologies to Michael Crichton, his "Jurassic Park" method of bringing back the dinosaurs was flawed. It takes more than just the DNA to create new life. There is also the endless series of hormones provided by the mother's body which significantly affect development. This issue is actually addressed in a later film of the franchise. What filled Jurassic Park were artificial creations that only looked like dinosaurs.

Were one to create an absolutely accurate Jurassic Park dinosaur today, it would have a hard time even surviving. Despite the name "Jurassic Park", the specific dinosaurs in the movies were from the Cretaceous period. Earth's atmosphere was very different then. Samples trapped in amber show 50% more oxygen, allowing for higher metabolic rates. There is evidence that Earth's atmosphere was much thicker and denser during the Mesozoic, dense enough that it provided a small amount of buoyancy to land animals, which allowed them to grow to larger sizes.

Hence, a totally accurate Cretaceous dinosaur today would be gasping for breath, be too heavy for its legs, and probably find the present-day sunshine just a bit too bright for comfort.

Feb 17 05:32

NOAA got caught faking global warming temperature data… so where is the apology for spreading fake science?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has yet to apologize for publishing some fake climate science that apparently ushered in the December 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. The agency claims it is looking into the scandal.

Feb 17 05:30

Republicans, it’s past time to euthanize Obamacare

Let us first get to the brass tacks. The Obamacare bill illegally passed by the Obama Democrats in 2009 was never about healthcare. It was a collectivist’s dream designed to pigeonhole Americans into a one-size-fits-all system that controlled health choices, fund leftist pet causes (baby murder, aka abortion), destroy the middle class and force everyone to purchase services from select crony corporations with the promise said crony corporations would receive unlimited funding from the federal treasury.

Feb 17 03:49

Report: Millions Of Cancer Deaths Expected From Fukushima

Millions of Japanese citizens could be at risk of dying from cancer as a result of the increasing amount of radiation pouring out of Fukushima.

Feb 17 00:13

Reasons Why Michael Flynn Was Fatality #1 in the Trump Presidency Takedown

By Joachim Hagopian
February 17, 2017
Each ideological camp, the Trump/right wing supporters and the Obama-Clinton/left wing supporters, has legions of foot soldiers ready to fight the second civil war. They’ve largely fallen prey to the elite’s divide and conquer trap. The bottom line reality is regardless of who or what party occupies the White House, the same controlling interests that select and finance the two major party candidates are still pulling the puppet strings whichever one is placed in power. In other words, every American president over the last half century has served the diabolical elite, and not the people. And the last president that tried to serve the American people was murdered.

That said, there are real differences between two factions currently operating within deep state America that are battling for upper hand control right now.

Feb 16 19:52

Massive Pool Of Boiling Carbon Discovered Under Western US

Scientists have discovered a massive pool of molten carbon stretching 1.8million square kilometres under the Western United States.

Feb 16 15:36

Where No Man Has Gone Before: NASA Awards Space Poop Challenge Champs, Plans 2019 Orion Crew Mission

The top three designers of NASA’s Space Poop Challenge won a total $30,000 in prizes, and now the agency may use the designs in a newly revised Orion mission that will include a crew.

Feb 16 14:56

Trump signs repeal of Obama-era coal mining 'stream protection rule'

President Donald Trump has signed his second repeal of Obama-era regulation, this time concerning coal mining near waterways. Republicans voted to overturn the "stream protection rule" earlier this month.

Feb 16 14:45

FLASHBACK: Billionaire George Soros warms up to coal as stock prices hit bottom

Billionaire investor George Soros, who has demonized fossil fuels for years through his think tanks and political contributions, seems to have warmed up to Big Coal now that stocks are dirt cheap.

The left-wing hedge fund legend has raised eyebrows with major purchases of stock in two large coal companies, firms his critics say he helped bring to their knees. While buying low is the hallmark of any shrewd investor, buying coal goes against the political and environmental ideology Soros has long espoused.

Feb 16 12:23

The 'dead forests' of Colorado: Researchers say over 834 million trees have been killed by beetle infestations and are causing a major fire risk

Colorado's beetle-infested forests are peppered with an estimated 834 million standing dead trees that threaten to worsen wildfires and degrade vital water supplies that flow from mountains, officials said Wednesday.

Roughly one in every 14 standing trees in the state's forests is dead, with the total up 30 percent in seven years, the State Forest Service said in its annual report on forest health.

'Is it something to be alarmed about? Of course it is,' State Forester Mike Lester said.

Feb 16 11:36

Los Alamos Study Finds Airport Scanners Alter DNA


The TSA failed to adequately test these devices for health and safety factors as well. Unfortunately, in today’s world, security trumps human safety.

These millimeter wave technologies are designed to bombard innocent travelers with high frequency energy particles known as terahertz photons.

A study conducted by Boian S. Alexandrov et.al. at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, revealed that these terahertz waves could “…unzip double-stranded DNA, creating bubbles that could significantly interfere with processes such as gene expression and DNA replication.”

In other words, this study is the smoking gun that raises serious concerns about the impact of terahertz radiation upon fertility, fetal development, and cancer.

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Feb 16 10:40

It’s True: Certain Neurological Disorders Occur In Children Vaccinated Versus Non-Vaccinated Kids

With all the hype from Big Pharma, federal and state health agencies and medical doctors regarding vaccines as being ‘safe’ with no adverse health problems from them, especially neurological, e.g., Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the peer-review medical journal Frontiers in Psychiatry published on January 19, 2017 [1] some rather implicating study…

Feb 16 10:24

Vitamin D pills 'could stop colds or flu'

Vitamin D supplements could spare more than three million people from colds or flu in the UK each year, researchers claim.

The sunshine vitamin is vital for healthy bones, but also has a role in the immune system.

The analysis, published in the British Medical Journal, argues food should be fortified with the vitamin.

Feb 16 10:10

What Will The British Medical Journal Do About HPV Vaccine Misinformation?

One vaccine on the schedule for pre-teen and teenage boys and girls in the USA is the HPV (human papillomavirus vaccine) of which there are three brands: Gardasil®, Cervarix® and Gardasil 9®. Both Gardasil vaccines [1-2] are the proprietary properties of Merck and Company (USA), while Cervarix [3] is owned by…

Feb 16 08:42

COMPANY BEHIND DAPL REPORTED 69 ACCIDENTS, POLLUTED RIVERS IN 4 STATES IN ONLY 2 YEARS

Although it obstinately insists pipelines are safe, the company responsible for the Dakota Access Pipeline racked up 69 reported accidents in just two years — leaking hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil products and tainting rivers in four states.

That averages nearly three spills each month.

A new report from the Louisiana Bucket Brigade and DisasterMap.net on Energy Transfer Partners and subsidiary Sunoco Logistics documents accidents filed with the National Response Center — the federal contact point for oil spills and industrial accidents — noting 69 accidents between 2015 and 2016.

However, as the study crucially notes, “These are just the accidents that are reported.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It appears that the concerns of the indigenous people attempting to protect that land and water at Standing Rock are truly legitimate.

Also, as reported at blacklistednews.com today:

GOVERNOR ORDERS EVACUATION OF DAKOTA PIPELINE PROTEST CAMP

This will not end well, I am afraid.

Feb 16 08:42

Worst case scenario: 100 foot tsunami would wipe out entire cities if there is a catastrophic failure of the Oroville Dam

The situation at the Oroville Dam has stabilized for the moment, but more storms are coming this week. When those storms arrive, will authorities be able to avoid the kind of catastrophic incident that almost happened over the weekend?

Feb 16 07:41

UK charity preventing pedophiles from abusing faces closure

Due to stigma, it is difficult to know how many pedophiles there are in Britain. The National Crime Agency in 2015, however, estimated up to 750,000 men are interested in having sex with children. That implies that as many as one in every 35 adult males is on the pedophile spectrum.

Feb 16 07:34

Lewin Group’s MMR-Autism sibling study gets pulled from publication!

Three months ago, the prospects that the first study ever done comparing the health outcomes (both chronic and acute) of vaccinated versus unvaccinated children would be published were looking very, very good. A study from Jackson State University had been accepted by a prestigious journal, Frontiers in Public Health, had passed peer-review, and was days away from being published. As is customary, Frontiers posted an abstract of the study online alerting readers that the study was on its way, and that’s when all hell broke loose.

It’s incredibly difficult to fund and publish a study that potentially indicts a multi-billion dollar industry, and within 24 hours of the abstract being posted online, Frontiers decided not to move forward with the publication of a study they had already put through peer-review and already accepted for publication.

Feb 15 23:21

The anti-Flynn ‘deep state’ coup – spelling it out in the clearest way possible

Okay, my sense is that a large number of commentators are misunderstanding the nature of what is going on. So, this time, rather than writing an analysis, I will spell it out, ‘talking points’ – style and, hopefully, do a better job about making my point. So, here we go.

THIS IS NOT ABOUT FLYNN. Let me repeat that once more. THIS IS NOT ABOUT FLYNN!!! Please don’t come and tell me that Flynn was wrong on Iran, on Islam or on China. I agree. But,
==>>THIS IS NOT ABOUT FLYNN!!!<<==
THIS IS ABOUT POWER. As in, who is boss? Who is number one? Who is the alpha dog? The President or the ‘deep state’? That is what this is all about – showing everybody who is in charge.
Whether Trump lacks brains, spine, or balls is anyone’s guess, but it is now painfully clear that he has much more in common with Yanukovich then with Putin.

Feb 15 20:29

HAYWARD: Flynn Resignation Is a Surveillance State Coup Nightmare

Will civil libertarians now speak up for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, whose career has been destroyed with a barrage of leaked wiretaps? Does anyone care if those leaks were accurate or legal?

Over the weekend, a few honest observers of the Flynn imbroglio noted that none of the strategically leaked intercepts of his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak proved he actually did anything wrong.

On Tuesday, Eli Lake of Bloomberg News joined the chorus of skeptics who said the hive of anonymous leakers infesting the Trump administration never leaked anything that proved Flynn lied to Pence:

Feb 15 19:50

Trump expects Russia to return Crimea to Ukraine: White House

U.S. President Donald Trump made it clear he expects Russia to return Crimea to Ukraine and reduce violence in Ukraine, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Tuesday.

Feb 15 18:30

Could Donald Trump send man back to the moon? NASA staff told to accelerate plans for first manned mission of new Orion capsule - the first time humans have left low orbit since 1972

NASA's acting administrator has instructed top staff to dramatically speed up plans to send mankind beyond the orbit of Earth for the first time since 1972.

Robert Lightfoot, who was previously the space agency's acting Associate Administrator, has asked staff to initiate a study to assess the feasibility of adding a crew to Exploration Mission-1, the first integrated flight of the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft.

The mission was designed to be uncrewed, and was expected to launch in 2018.

By moving the manned mission up, commentators say it could give President Trump a 'Nixonesque' moment - and also prove the worth of Nasa's SLS megarocket as it vies for funding.

Feb 15 13:25

Survivor of Israeli Attack on USS Liberty: It Could Not Have Been a Mistake

Donald Trump just loves Israel!

Published on Jul 1, 2015

To mark the 48th anniversary of the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty, TRNN speaks to survivor Sgt. Bryce Lockwood and former CIA Analyst Ray McGovern

Feb 15 13:17

Trump promises Israel that Iran will never get bomb

Washington (AFP) - President Donald Trump hailed the United States' "unbreakable" bond with Israel on Wednesday and promised Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Iran would never be permitted to build a nuclear weapon.

Trump's vow was designed to address Israeli concerns over the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, which Netanyahu has warned expires too soon to permanently remove the threat.

"With this visit the United States, again, reaffirms our unbreakable bond with our cherished ally, Israel," Trump said.
http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/content/washingtons-farewell-address...

Feb 15 11:57

The U.S. Government's Official 5-Year Plan For Infrastructure Improvement

The U.S Department of Transportation recently issued an official white paper outlining their 'Five Year Strategic Plan' for improving and funding infrastructure repair. The latest LibertyFight.com research project exposes the highlights of this nearly-200-page report. Transportation and freedom of travel, as well as the quality of of roads and infrastructure is fundamental to our very liberty, freedom of movement, and our very American identity, at least as I understand it. Restrictions on that travel, including violations of privacy, unneeded environmental restrictions, and monetary restrictions or fees that limit our resources and decrease our financial well being, are restrictions on liberty. Unfortunately, all of these things are being openly admitted and planned by our federal government. Fighting 'Climate Change' plays a pivotal role in their plan.

Feb 15 10:45

Actor Robert De Niro Concerned With Dangers Of Mercury In Vaccines

You know actor Robert De Niro for his long list of iconic roles that have spanned decades.

On Wednesday, he joined the “KDKA Morning News” to discuss his most important role – a concerned father.

De Niro’s son, Elliot, is on the autism spectrum. De Niro cites studies that link the mercury in vaccines to autism.

“There’s something here [with mercury in vaccines] that’s not being addressed for some reason, so I’m trying to help raise that profile of the situation,” says De Niro.

De Niro and World Mercury Project Chairman Robert F. Kennedy Jr. are concerned that mercury is still used in some vaccines.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What bothers me is why pharmaceutical corporations insist on putting mercuty in medicines, knowing it is neurotoxic.

Feb 15 10:10

Illuminated Object Soaring Over San Francisco Skies Was a Missile

Steve Anderson from the National Weather Service wondered if it was a top-secret satellite launch. "That’s our best guess," he told SFGate. A nearby base at Vanderberg could have been the likely source, Anderson noted. But officials from the Vanderberg Air Force base rejected the notion. "We really don’t do anything top secret,” Sgt. Shane Phipps of the Air Force said. "If we didn’t tell people, everyone would be like, 'What’s going on?'"

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We used to see these all the time when we lived in West Covina, usually from launches out of Vandenberg .

Feb 15 09:29

Oklahoma abortions: Women may need partners' permission

A proposal which would force women to get permission from their sexual partner to allow them to have an abortion has passed the first hurdle in Oklahoma.

The bill would mean women needed written consent from a man for a doctor to carry out a termination.

The bill's author, state legislator Justin Humphrey, who has described pregnant women as "hosts", said it would give the father a "say-so".

Critics say it degrades women.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Allow me to present a scenario.

A man meets and falls in love with a woman.

He tells her that he wants to have children when he gets married.

She says she wants the same thing.

They get married.

She gets pregnant.

Should the husband not have any say if she changed her mind about being a mother (or worse, only said that to get him to marry her) and wants an abortion?

Feb 15 09:15

Get it while it's hot: NASA's Space Poo contest winners wipe up $30k

NASA had launched its global crowdsourcing competition for "solutions to human waste management inside a spacesuit" last year, which required that astronauts' health and safety be protected from their own excrement for up to six days.

The current ablution solutions can only handle less than 24 hours of waste, but over the 60-day competition, the Space Poop challenge received more than 5,000 proposed replacements from 19,000 individual registered competitors, with more than 150 teams from "every country and continent on Earth (including Antarctica)" participating.

Feb 15 08:24

World Mercury Project - Robert DiNero and Robert Kennedy Jr. LIVE STREAM!

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And already the corporate media are denouncing their views as "dangerous."

Feb 15 07:35

California Water Wars: Another Form of Asset Stripping?

Wars over California’s limited water supply have been going on for at least a century. Water wars have been the subject of some vintage movies, including the 1958 hit The Big Country starring Gregory Peck, Clint Eastwood’s 1985 Pale Rider, 1995’s Waterworld with Kevin Costner, and the 2005 film Batman Begins. Most acclaimed was the 1975 Academy Award winner Chinatown with Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway, involving a plot between a corrupt Los Angeles politician and land speculators to fabricate the 1937 drought in order to force farmers to sell their land at low prices. The plot was rooted in historical fact, reflecting battles between Owens Valley farmers and Los Angeles urbanites over water rights.

Feb 14 16:53

BAKER HEIRLOOOM SEEDS SPRING PLANTING FESTIVAL

Come and join us and 10,000 gardeners at America's premier event of seeds, plants, music, culture and the celebration of historic foods. Enjoy a sense of community with fascinating seed collectors, renowned musicians, national speakers, historic demonstrators, food activists, home schoolers, western re-enactors, organic growers, gourmet chefs, free-thinkers, historic farm animals & poultry, Ozarkian crafters, trendy vendors and herbal hippies...

Feb 14 15:53

Robert De Niro, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to announce something BIG tomorrow concerning vaccines and mercury

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who has been named to head President Trump’s vaccine safety commission, is joining forces with Robert De Niro to make a big announcement tomorrow about vaccines and mercury.

According to a media advisory released this morning, the two are planning on announcing “a unique challenge with substantial cash award to the American people and media.”

The event begins at 9:25 am on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. The entire event will also be live streamed from the World Mercury Project’s web site. The World Mercury Project, headed by RFK Jr., “envisions a world where mercury is no longer a threat to the health of our planet and people.”

Feb 14 15:52

Oroville dam evacuation order lifted, warning remains

MAY!!!

California officials lifted the evacuation orders for residents downstream of Oroville Dam, saying the dam may hold up to upcoming storms.

Feb 14 13:42

SIDS Listed As Adverse Reaction on DTaP Vaccine Insert plus others

If you read the Tripedia insert for the DTaP vaccine, you will read the following:

Adverse events reported during post-approval use of Tripedia vaccine include idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea. Events were included in this list because of the seriousness or frequency of reporting.

Feb 14 13:36

Microwave And Cell Phone Radiation Dangers Not To Ignore

The microwave industry is pushing ahead full-bore for higher and more damaging microwave uses and implementation with resulting exposures capable of adversely affecting human health and the biosphere. No one in the microwave industry is including in their propaganda information deliberately given to and erroneously saturating regulating agencies such as the…

Feb 14 13:33

Former GOP Congressman Joe Scarborough Tells Robert Kennedy Jr. "WE'RE GONNA FIND OUT THAT THIMEROSAL CAUSES AUTISM!"

Many years ago Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Appeared as a guest on the Morning Joe to discuss autism and vaccines. The host of the show, Joe Scarborough, who first remarks that he worked at a law firm with Kennedy, admits his son has a form of autism and tells Kennedy, "WE'RE GONNA FIND OUT THAT THIMEROSAL CAUSES AUTISM!" Scarborough, a former congresman, says DEADLY IMMUNITY, is "A GREAT NEW BOOK." He talks about politicians and federal bureaucrats and asks "why are they sitting back and letting our children be poisoned? It's a CYA (cover your ass) operation." He encourages Kennedy to run for public office and concludes by assuring Kennedy, "I will defend your honor whenever any Republican says anything nasty."

Feb 14 11:56

Trump expects Russia to ‘return Crimea' – White House

Trump has lost his mind or he is not in control of the government!

US President Donald Trump has been tough on Russia and expects Moscow to “return” the Crimea peninsula to Ukraine, the White House spokesman told reporters.

Addressing the resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn – hounded by the media over his contacts with Russian diplomats prior to Trump’s inauguration – Spicer pointed out that Russia “seized” Crimea under the Obama administration and that the Trump-appointed ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has “strongly denounced the Russian occupation.”

"President Trump has made it very clear that he expects the Russian government to de-escalate violence in the Ukraine and return Crimea," Spicer said at the daily news briefing on Tuesday. “At the same time, he fully expects to – and wants to – get along with Russia."

Feb 14 11:43

Demand for organic food creating new “gold rush” for producers

The demand for organic food has grown so dramatically in recent years that experts are likening it to a “gold rush mentality,” as producers scramble to transition their fields to earn organic certification.

2015 saw a 12 percent rise in organic sales over the previous year, reaching $6.2 billion. The increase is even more dramatic when viewed over the longer term; organic spending has risen by 72 percent since 2008. Farmers are struggling to keep up with the surge in demand for organic food, with the proportion of American crop land devoted to organic production sitting at a measly 1 percent.

Feb 14 11:05

‘TESLA’ CREATOR BILLIONAIRE ELON MUSK SAYS ‘HUMANS MUST MERGE WITH MACHINES’ TO SURVIVE

BILLIONAIRE ELON MUSK IS KNOWN FOR HIS FUTURISTIC IDEAS AND HIS LATEST SUGGESTION MIGHT JUST SAVE US FROM BEING IRRELEVANT AS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) GROWS MORE PROMINENT.

Feb 14 11:01

Overprescription Nation: Seniors Taking Multiple Psychotropic Drugs Doubles Over A Decade

The number of retirement-age Americans being prescribed multiple psychiatric drugs without a recorded mental health diagnosis has increased, despite government warnings against over-prescribing such medications, a new study has found.

Feb 14 09:49

Is your garden fungicide killing bees? Chemical that protects roses from disease damages the insects' muscles

Myclobutanil is recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society to stop the powdery mildew which affects ornamental plants. In roses it forms a white fungal growth on plants, causing flower buds to fail to open properly.

But the commonly used fungicide has been found to react badly with a naturally-occurring chemical in plants which bees also ingest.

Together, scientists at the University of Illinois found, the substances damage the thoracic muscle honey bees need to sustain lengthy flights and which they vibrate to generate heat of up to 35C to keep the rest of their colony warm in freezing temperatures.

The authors, led by Dr Wenfo Mao, conclude that Myclobutanil, also used by farmers, put bees ‘at risk of being unable to extract sufficient energy from their natural food’.

Feb 14 09:33

Baby Twins Die Simultaneously After Routine Vaccinations

Because the case was so rare it was referred to a board of multidisciplinary medical professionals at the Institute of Forensic Medicine, in the Ministry of Justice, in Istanbul.

And yet, the Board still decided that the data they had was consistent with SIDS.

(Let this sink in: a medical journal is reporting that twins, who were recently vaccinated both died, but it’s nothing more than the luck of the draw.

Feb 14 09:23

Invasive Armyworms Threaten to Bring Mass Hunger to Africa

An African staple crop is under threat from an alien arrival on its shores: the devastating fall armyworm that was first detected on the continent last year.

Feb 14 09:06

Feel like a spot of planet-hunting? Here's 1,600 suns worth of data

Decades of exoplanet observations are yours for the downloading

Feb 14 06:16

Worst Case Scenario: 100 Foot Tsunami Would Wipe Out Entire Cities If There Is A Catastrophic Failure Of The Oroville Dam

The situation at the Oroville Dam has stabilized for the moment, but more storms are coming this week. When those storms arrive, will authorities be able to avoid the kind of catastrophic incident that almost happened over the weekend?

Feb 14 03:10

Baby Twins Die Simultaneously After Routine Vaccinations

A pair of identical twins, aged just 3 months, were found dead shortly after receiving ‘routine’ vaccinations by a doctor.

Feb 13 18:03

Fukushima Now So Deadly Even Robots Cannot Survive

Radiation levels inside reactor No. 2 at Fukushima are now so dangerously high that even robots cannot survive inside.

Feb 13 16:20

Spacecraft Supplier Orbital ATK Wins $45mn Military Deal To Make ‘Game Changer’ Tank Ammo

Orbital ATK, a provider of NASA supply spacecraft, looks set to streamline tank warfare after it completed a $45 million deal to continue the development of “game changer” ammo for the US military.

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