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Apr 21 07:18

Brain tumour linked to excessive mobile phone use in 'landmark' court case

A man in Italy has won a landmark court case in which he claimed excessive use of his mobile phone gave him a tumour

Apr 21 07:11

Bill Gates Meets President Trump To Stop Vaccine Safety Inquiry

Bill Gates met with President Trump in the White House in a shameless, last-ditch attempt at convincing the president to scrap his plan for an independent inquiry into vaccine safety.

When asked if he raised the topic of vaccines with President Trump, who has repeatedly called for an independent inquiry into the safety of vaccines, Gates answered emphatically.

“Absolutely!” Gates said. “They are miracles and have done great things, and when we get new ones, we can do a lot.”

With staggering hubris, Gates even admitted that he told the president “there is no need” for an independent inquiry into the safety of vaccines because he has “looked at it” and they are “completely safe.”

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Gates was equally praiseful of Windows Vista.

Apr 21 07:10

‘Mind-blowing’ study of people born with one hand reveals scientists have misunderstood how the brain works for centuries

An international team of researchers studied the brain activity of people born with one hand as they performed basic tasks such as wrapping a present or handling money.

The team found that the area of the brain associated with the subjects' missing hand was activated when they used different body parts such as the mouth, foot or arm.

Importantly, this also happened when two-handed people used these other body parts to perform the same tasks.

This suggests that the brain is not organised in a way that links certain areas to certain body parts as previously thought.

Instead, different areas of the brain are responsible for different functions.

Apr 21 06:48

27 years of Hubble: NASA celebrates with two stunning spiral galaxies! - See pic

Ever since its existence, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has proved its efficiency time and again.
Giving scientists hope of discovering evolutionary secrets of the universe, Hubble has helped unearth massive revelations, most of which have turned out to be breakthroughs in the world of space.

Apr 21 06:39

Diet drinks TRIPLE your risk of stroke and dementia - and are FAR more dangerous than drinks sweetened with sugar

The team of scientists from Boston University believe the artificial sweeteners including aspartame and saccharine maybe affecting the blood vessels, eventually triggering strokes and dementia.

Apr 21 06:31

Leprosy Outbreak In Nigeria - Are The US & Europe Next?

The same area of Nigeria also has a major fatal meningitis outbreak.

Apr 21 06:11

RFK Jr Talks Vaccines With Tucker: 'This Is The 2nd Show In 10 Yrs That's Allowed Me To Talk About This'

The absolute madman Tucker Carlson had Robert Kennedy Jr on his show Thursday night to discuss the dangers of vaccines.

"This is the second show in 10 years that's allowed me to talk about this," RFK Jr said. "The other one being Bill Maher, which doesn't take advertising."

Apr 20 22:58

If This Is Freedom and Democracy, What Is Tyranny?

If This Is Freedom and Democracy, What Is Tyranny?
Paul Craig Roberts
John Whitehead

“Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is the numbers of people all over the world who have obeyed the dictates of the leaders of their government and have gone to war, and millions have been killed because of this obedience… Our problem is that people are obedient all over the world, in the face of poverty and starvation and stupidity, and war and cruelty. Our problem is that people are obedient while the jails are full of petty thieves, and all the while the grand thieves are running the country. That’s our problem… people are obedient, all these herdlike people.” — Howard Zinn

If truth be known, Americans are no more free than were Germans under Gestapo Germany. “Freedom and Democracy America” is the greatest lie in the world.

Apr 20 19:53

AUTISM WARNING: Pregnant women who take antidepressants found to have 81% higher chance of autistic children

Taking antidepressants before and during pregnancy may raise the odds of autism spectrum disorder in children, a recent review showed. The study found that children born to mothers who took antidepressants during pregnancy had an 81% increased odds of developing autism. The researchers also found that children born to women who took antidepressants before pregnancy had a 77% likelihood of developing autism. As part of the analysis, French researchers examined six studies with a total cohort population of 117,737 participants and compared them with people without autism.

Apr 20 18:41

ISS astronauts welcome two new crew members at International Space Station!

NASA astronaut Jack Fischer and cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin of the Russian space agency Roscosmos have finally arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) at 9:18 a.m. EDT on Thursday after a six-hour flight.
The two new crew member lifted off on Russia's Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft, atop a Soyuz-FG rocket, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 3:13 a.m. EDT Thursday, April 20.

Apr 20 18:32

NASA's Cassini to make its final close encounter with Saturn's moon Titan on Friday!

The US space agency NASA's Cassini spacecraft is all set to make its final close flyby with Saturn's haze-enshrouded moon Titan on Friday, April 21.
According to NASA, the closest approach to Titan is planned for 11:08 p.m. PDT on April 21 (2:08 a.m. EDT April 22). During the encounter, Cassini spacecraft will pass as close as 608 miles (979 kilometers) above Titan's surface at a speed of about 13,000 mph (21,000 kph).

Apr 20 15:35

New evidence in France of harm from epilepsy drug valproate

A drug given to pregnant women for epilepsy and bipolar disorder caused "serious malformations" in up to 4,100 children, a French study suggests.

Mothers treated with valproate for epilepsy were up to four times likelier to give birth to a malformed child, the preliminary study found.

Apr 20 13:54

USA: Highest Vaccination Rate in the World Has the Worst Health

That “worst health” label includes a ranking of 34th in the world with infant mortality. In other words, the USA has the 34th worst infant survival with its highest rate of vaccinations. Some are directly from multiple vaccinations administered.

But the USA leads the world in infant vaccinations, those administered during the first year after their births – 26 vaccinations during that time.

The only vaccination I recall receiving during early childhood, circa 1948, was the smallpox vaccine, the one that left a circle of shallow pockmarks on the upper arm, a non-ink tattoo that proved you had received that vaccine. Months later there was the booster shot which gave me a vacation of several days away from my first grade teacher while sitting out the chicken pox.

Apr 20 13:53

The Assault on Science is Not New

We should all “March For Science” this Earth Day. But let’s get one thing straight. The assault on science is nothing new. It’s been going on under Democrats and Republicans alike for decades. Trump’s attacks are particularly blatant and vociferous, but the situation was thoroughly unacceptable long before he moved into the White House.

The solution isn’t changing administrations. It’s changing the system.

Here’s what’s we’ve been dealing with for decades with respect to science and science-based public policy:

Apr 20 12:30

Study Finds Link Between Radiation Therapy and Secondary Cancers

In the medical world, there probably isn’t anything that fits the description of “necessary evil,” quite like chemotherapy and radiation therapy. It is the slash and burn of medical treatments, because it doesn’t just harm cancer cells. It can decimate everything in your body. It can suppress your immune system, make you lose all of your hair, cause infertility, lead to nau

Apr 20 11:54

Doctors Have Finally Reached the Point of Madness on Transgender Issues

According to a respected medical Doctor, understanding transgender issues is as important as knowing how to resuscitate a cardiac patient. And also that doctors in training should be spending as much time learning how to conduct prostate exams on transgendered women and pap smears on transgendered men as they do on “cis-gendered folk. Just to clarify, doctors should be given complete retraining on how to deal with issues that arise from elective surgeries.

Apr 20 11:12

West Virginia Legalizes Medical Marijuana

By Michael Maharrey

Yesterday, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice signed a bill that creates a limited medical marijuana program. The new law takes a step toward nullifying federal marijuana prohibition in practice within the state.

Sen. Richard Ojeda (D – Logan) sponsored Senate Bill 386 (SB386), along with 11 bipartisan co-sponsors. The new law creates a structure setting up a limited medical marijuana program in the Mountain State.

Patients with certain medical conditions will be able to access medical marijuana in the form of pills, oils, gels, creams, ointments, tinctures, liquid, and non-whole plant forms for administration through vaporization. ..

Apr 20 10:04

The United States government has become "the world's most dangerous terrorist organization," warns former Reagan official

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, who served just over a year as Reagan's Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy, said on the Shadow of Truth radio program that Washington, D.C., is a major den of inequity.

"The United States [military policy] has destroyed seven countries," he says. "The populations there are subject to ongoing continual violence either from the U.S. or these Jihadists or from the Islamic State.

Apr 20 10:02

US Intelligence Officer: “Every Single Terrorist Attack In US Was A False Flag Attack”

The latest whistleblower is David Steele, a 20-year Marine Corps intelligence officer, and the second-highest-ranking civilian in the U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence. He is a former CIA clandestine services case officer, and this is what he had to say:

“Most terrorists are false flag terrorists, or are created by our own security services. In the United States, every single terrorist incident we have had has been a false flag, or has been an informant pushed on by the FBI. In fact, we now have citizens taking out restraining orders against FBI informants that are trying to incite terrorism. We’ve become a lunatic asylum.”

Apr 20 10:00

How this FBI strategy is actually creating US-based terrorists

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The FBI is responsible for more terrorism plots in the United States than any other organization. More than al Qaeda, more than al Shabaab, more than the Islamic State, more than all of them combined.

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This isn't likely how you think about the FBI. You probably think of FBI agents gunning down bad guys like John Dillinger, or arresting corrupt politicians.

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After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the FBI became less concerned with gangsters and crooked elected officials. The new target became terrorists, and the pursuit of terrorists has consumed the FBI.

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Every year, the Bureau spends 3.3 billion dollars on domestic counterterrorism activities. Compare than to just 2.6 billion dollars combined for organized crime, financial fraud, public corruption and all other types of traditional criminal activity.

Apr 20 09:56

LEGAL ACCESS TO CANNABIS IN ALL 50 STATES?

Is it really happening? Legal access to cannabis in all 50 states? A new organization, CannaSense, has formed to educate potential and existing patients on the benefits of medical cannabis and how to safely and legally access it at an affordable price. Seniors, veterans, disabled people and almost anyone seeking pain relief could potentially benefit from medical cannabis. Jordan Page the Public relations director of CannaSense joins Gary Franchi, to help navigate these issues and provide solutions for those seeking to receive the health benefits of cannabis with CannaSense.

Apr 20 09:50

America Created Al-Qaeda and the ISIS Terror Group

Among Global Research’s most popular articles in 2016.

Incisive article originally published by GR in September 2014. Terror attacks or mass shootings allegedly perpetrated by the ISIS, the question that should be asked: who are the State sponsors of Al Qaeda and the ISIS? (M.Ch. GR Editor).

Much like Al Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS) is made-in-the-USA, an instrument of terror designed to divide and conquer the oil-rich Middle East and to counter Iran’s growing influence in the region.

The fact that the United States has a long and torrid history of backing terrorist groups will surprise only those who watch the news and ignore history.

The CIA first aligned itself with extremist Islam during the Cold War era.

Apr 20 09:45

Is There Vaccine Cause-And-Correlation Regarding The Dramatic Rise In Children’s Chronic Diseases?

Is there a “cause and correlation” effect relative to children’s chronic health issues surrounding the overwhelmingly accelerating negative health demographics seemingly related following the inordinate mandated number of multi-valent vaccines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as administered by pediatricians since the 1990s?

That’s a unique and valid question apparently no one in federal health agencies, specifically the CDC and FDA, wants neither to investigate nor find statistically valid data and answers either to substantiate or disprove using science-based methods.

Apr 20 09:40

A Two-Dose Vaccine For Chicken Pox Now Is Linked To An Epidemic Of Shingles

Dr. David Brownstein says that the two-dose vaccine for chicken pox does lower the rate of that childhood illness. However, shingles, which is a painful recurrence of chickenpox, mostly in adults, has become an epidemic that is directly related to the vaccine. Shingles is far more serious and life-threatening than chicken pox. The bottom line is that billions of dollars are spent on vaccinating children to reduce the rate of a relatively mild childhood disease only to make them more susceptible to the same virus as adults causing serious illness (more medical bills) and even death. Big Pharma wins at both ends of the cycle.

Apr 20 08:49

AP Exclusive: Pesticide Maker Tries to Kill Risk Study

Dow Chemical is pushing a Trump administration open to scrapping regulations to ignore the findings of federal scientists who point to a family of widely used pesticides as harmful to about 1,800 critically threatened or endangered species.

Lawyers representing Dow, whose CEO is a close adviser to Trump, and two other manufacturers of organophosphates sent letters last week to the heads of three of Trump's Cabinet agencies. The companies asked them "to set aside" the results of government studies the companies contend are fundamentally flawed.

Dow Chemical wrote a $1 million check to help underwrite Trump's inaugural festivities, and its chairman and CEO, Andrew Liveris, heads a White House manufacturing working group.

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The Trump Administration is on a hyper-fast track to become the best administration money can buy

Apr 20 08:39

North Korean Volcano May Be Waiting to Blow; Scientists Investigate Sacred Mountain

A mountain in North Korea may be at risk of eruption. Scientists have taken a closer look at Mount Paektu, a volcano with a violent past, and have found that it may just be at risk of experiencing another eruption.

Apr 20 08:27

China says will sign Iran's Arak reactor deal Sunday

Beijing says Iranian and Chinese companies will sign the first commercial contracts to redesign the Arak heavy water nuclear reactor in central Iran in the weekend.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Lu Kang, told a daily news briefing on Thursday that the accords would be inked in Vienna on Sunday, with initial agreements having already been reached in Beijing.

He further described the contracts as an important part of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, dubbed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Apr 20 07:21

Pentagon and Aid Workers Clash Over Planned Assault in Yemen

It looks like Trump is going to invade Yemen with US troops and murder more women and children and starve the rest to death.

Pentagon officials have been making clear for weeks that they are eager to directly join Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen, and have excitedly laid out plans for deeper involvement in the conflict to the rest of the administration, centering on joining the invasion of Hodeidah, a Red Sea port which is where most humanitarian aid enters the country.

Hodeidah’s vitalness to the already shaky aid supply to northern Yemen isn’t sitting well with aid workers, or even with State Department and USAID officials, who were quick to note that cutting off Hodeidah to the northern Yemenis would lead directly to a full-blown famine.

Apr 19 22:49

BEXALERT!: US Supercarrier Went Off Course Because White House, Pentagon Miscommunicated

The botched cruise missile strike in Syria and now this. Something funny is going on.

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — A US supercarrier deployed by President Donald Trump to deter North Korea did not reach the Sea of Japan because White House and Department of Defense officials failed to communicate effectively, media reported.

U.S. aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson arrives for an annual joint military exercise called Foal Eagle between South Korea and U.S, at the port of Busan, South Korea, March 15, 2017.

Apr 19 17:29

Astronomers discover new exoplanet that is three times more massive than Jupiter

Astronomers have discovered a new exoplanet which is about three times more massive than Jupiter, orbiting a star 21,000 light years away from Earth.
Researchers led by Naoki Koshimoto of the Osaka University in Japan found the massive exoplanet, designated MOA-2016-BLG-227Lb, by using the gravitational microlensing technique.

Apr 19 17:20

NASA scientists creates 3D-printed metal fabrics for use in space

NASA Scientists are developing a 3D-printed metal fabrics that could one day be used in space for astronaut spacesuits, to shield a spacecraft from meteorites, or for capturing objects on the surface of another planet.

Apr 19 15:05

It Doesn’t Live On A Ship, Nor Is It A Worm: Meet The Legendary Giant Shipworm

The truth behind the centuries-old legend of the giant shipworm has finally been confirmed by scientists.

Apr 19 14:51

When Federal Grants Come With Vaccine Mandates

By Rosanne Lindsay

Medical Freedom is at risk in every state of the nation under vaccine mandates.

Since the removal of religious and personal belief vaccine exemptions by the State of California under law SB277, the federal government is widening the net to go after states by region through block grants for early childcare programs.

The government’s message? If you want federal assistance, ante up and remove the religious and philosophical exemptions for vaccines...

Apr 19 11:33

Alex Jones 'forgot what grade his kids were in during a custody trial deposition because he'd eaten a big bowl of CHILI for lunch,' court hears

Alex has always been 90% show biz,which is why he makes the bucks.I don't know how anyone could take his antics as anything but.

Claim about Jones' chili amnesia was made by his ex-wife's lawyers Wednesday
She wants custody of their three kids, aged 9-14, whom he's had since 2015
They also played videos of him stripping down to his shorts on his Infowars show
His lawyers said the video was 'satire' and not representative of his parenting
Jones was also accused of taking off his clothes in therapy sessions

He also accused Jones of being diagnosed with narcissism and paranoia - and played a video clip of Jones disrobing down to his shorts while on camera as 'proof'.

In the clip Jones said he wanted to show the effects of a 'vitality-increasing' formula sold on the Infowars website, as well as to reference FBI 'snooping' on private communications.

Apr 19 09:27

Freezer malfunction melts ancient ice cores worth $1million destroying 22,000 years of historical records

A freezer malfunction has destroyed 22,000 years of historical climate records.

The freezer was storing ice cores extracted from the Canadian Arctic that contained ancient pollen, dust and gas bubbles trapped for thousands of years.

But a catastrophic failure in the brand-new £2.4million ($3.1million) cooling system caused 180-metre-long (590ft) cylindrical ice cores to melt, destroying precious evidence of the Earth's history.

The ice cores had been collected from the Canadian tundra by scientists based in Edmonton, Canada, since the mid-1970s.

Apr 19 09:17

PSYCHEDELIC DRUGS: THE BRAIN ENTERS A 'HIGHER STATE OF CONSCIOUSNESS' ON LSD AND KETAMINE

Psychedelic drugs such as LSD and ketamine cause the brain to enter a “higher state of consciousness,” according to scientists. For the first time, a new study has showed the diversity of brain activity increasing as a result of taking these drugs. Scientists say the findings could lead to new treatments for mental health conditions, including depression and schizophrenia—as well as answering fundamental questions about our conscious experience.

Apr 19 08:21

Banned Chemicals Contaminate Groundwater Near US Bases On Okinawa

Elevated levels of two banned pollutants used by the US military have been detected in groundwater running under Marine Corps Air Station Futenma on Okinawa, Japanese officials have said. The Pentagon won’t let Okinawan officials on base to investigate.

Apr 19 08:19

Women being conned into mastectomy surgery by doctors who scare them with false genetic testing results, warn Stanford medical researchers

Women all across America are being conned into medically unnecessary breast removal surgery (bilateral mastectomy surgery) by doctors who scare them with “fake science” by falsely describing genetic testing results, warn researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Apr 19 07:48

Large asteroid set to fly very close to Earth today – How to watch it LIVE

A large asteroid roughly 2,000 feet (650 meters) in size will pass close to Earth on Wednesday, April 19.
The asteroid, known as 2014 JO25, will pass us by at a distance of 1.1 million miles (1.8 million kilometers) - or about 4.6 times the distance from Earth to the moon.

Apr 19 07:13

Banned chemicals contaminate groundwater near US bases on Okinawa

Elevated levels of two banned pollutants used by the US military have been detected in groundwater running under Marine Corps Air Station Futenma on Okinawa, Japanese officials have said. The Pentagon won’t let Okinawan officials on base to investigate.

The carcinogenics perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) were found in high concentrations in underground water during surveys in August and January, the Okinawa prefectural government’s environmental protection department said in a statement.

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Japan banned the manufacture and importation of both chemicals in 2010. They are synthetic, fully fluorinated organic acids that have been linked to tumors, increases in body and organ weight and death in animals, Okinawan officials said. PFOS and PFOA are used in firefighting foam, aircraft grease, water-repellant materials and fluorine chemicals.

Apr 19 07:09

Space debris large enough to destroy a satellite has more than DOUBLED in the past 25 years, warn experts

And the estimated tally of tiny objects - which can harm or degrade spacecraft and satellites in the event of a collision and are hard to track - is now around 150 million.

Apr 19 07:07

Terrifying red-eyed MUTANT wasp is created for the first time using a controversial 'cut and paste' gene-editing technique

A terrifying new strain of red-eyed mutant have been created by scientists.

The wasps were developed in a lab to prove that gene-slicing technology can be used successfully on the tiny parasitic jewel wasps.

Apr 19 06:53

Scientists have invented a dryer that can dry clothes in half the time without heat

Waiting an hour for your clothes to dry can feel tedious.

But scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee have developed a dryer that could make doing laundry much quicker. Called the ultrasonic dryer, it's expected to be up to five times more energy efficient than most conventional dryers and able dry a large load of clothes in about half the time.

Instead of using heat the way most dryers do, the ultrasonic dryer relies on high-frequency vibrations. Devices called green transducers convert electricity into vibrations, shaking the water from clothes. The scientists say that this method will allow a medium load of laundry to dry in 20 minutes, which is significantly less time than the average 50 minutes it takes in many heat-based machines.

Apr 18 23:33

There Will Be Blood: Left Prepares For War After Berkeley Beat Down: “Combat Training, Better Equipment, Guns…”

Can you say Martial Law? Certain people would love to see blood on the streets.

Last week Trump supporters and leftist social justice warriors met on the political field of battle in Berkeley, California. Words were exchanged, as were punches. And while an alt-right leader was punched in the face, by all accounts even the social justice warriors admit that they got a major beat-down.

This prompted a reddit discussion among the left’s tolerant resistance movement, with many asking how they can more effectively go to war against anyone who disagrees with their social, political, and economic views.

In short, as predicted, they are turning to militancy and mob action by mobilizing individuals and groups to attend combat training seminars, acquiring better equipment like baseball bats and helmets, and of course, if things really go bad… guns.

Apr 18 15:43

By 2020 Two-Thirds Of Wild Animals Will Have Been Wiped Out Over A 50 Year Period As Mass Die-Offs Accelerate All Over The Planet

It has been called “the long extinction”. Our planet is in the process of dying, and as you will see below, this process of death and destruction appears to be accelerating.

Apr 18 13:23

Cannabinoids May Treat Skin Disease, Researchers Say

According to researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, cannabinoids contain anti-inflammatory properties that could make them useful to medically treat a wide-range of skin diseases...

Apr 18 12:32

The cancer-causing chemical lurking in YOUR shower: Senators urge FDA to ban dangerous toxin used in scores of bathing products

A carcinogenic chemical could be hiding in your shampoo.

The toxic substance - 1,4-dioxane - is used in a number of bath products including most pharmacy-stocked shower gels, lotions and even hand soaps.

Despite being identified as a carcinogen, companies are not required to list it on their product labels.

Apr 18 11:13

M 6.0 - 255km WNW of Iquitos, Peru

Apr 18 11:13

M 6.0 - 289km N of Ndoi Island, Fiji

Apr 18 10:35

Is There Vaccine Cause-And-Correlation Regarding The Dramatic Rise In Children’s Chronic Diseases?

Is there a “cause and correlation” effect relative to children’s chronic health issues surrounding the overwhelmingly accelerating negative health demographics seemingly related following the inordinate mandated number of multi-valent vaccines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as administered by pediatricians since the 1990s? That’s a unique and…

Apr 18 09:26

‘Fake meat’ from Impossible Foods, backed by Bill Gates and Google, is loaded with GMOs and MSG … Is anyone surprised?

When it comes to innovation in Silicon Valley, nothing is sacred – including meat! That’s right, a team of chemical scientists has developed a new type of fake meat under the branding of “Impossible Foods” that, with the backing of Bill Gates, Google and many of the other usual suspects, is now being pushed as a viable meat alternative that looks, tastes and smells like real meat. But underneath its juicy surface are toxic ingredients like genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), monosodium glutamate (MSG), fake vitamins and all sorts of other toxins.

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Soylent Red?

Apr 18 08:55

7th-grader's science project finds cancer-fighting chemicals in green tea

Stephen Litt has been conducting science experiments since he was in first grade. Every year, the projects became more and more complicated — until finally, as a 7th grader, he came across something that gained national attention.

The 12-year-old boy from Marietta, Georgia, discovered evidence that chemicals in green tea may have cancer-fighting potential.

For this year’s science fair project, he tested epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), an antioxidant in green tea, to determine whether it could prevent breast cancer tumors in planaria, a type of flatworms.

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I hope major universities will be having duels with cream puffs over where this kid gets into college, and that a full tuition scholarship will be waiting for him when he gets there; bravo to his parents, and to his school science teacher!!

Apr 18 08:11

Raw Cabbage Juice alkalinizes the body, stimulates the immune system, kills bacteria and viruses, heals ulcers, prevents cancer

There is not a lot we can say for sure about ulcers other than they hurt… a lot! Medical professionals have prognosticated about the root cause of ulcers for years but have not settled on one. They have claimed ulcers are due to such things as stress, alcohol,

Apr 18 07:43

Orbital ATK to launch Cygnus cargo spacecraft to space station today

The launch of the uncrewed Cygnus spacecraft aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket is being targeted at 11:11 a.m. EDT (8:41 pm India time) Tuesday, April 18, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Apr 18 07:15

Breast cancer BOMBSHELL: Women being CONNED into mastectomy surgery by doctors who SCARE them with false genetic testing results, warn Stanford medical researchers

Women all across America are being conned into medically unnecessary breast removal surgery (bilateral mastectomy surgery) by doctors who scare them with “fake science” by falsely describing genetic testing results, warn researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Women who have harmless genetic variants called VUS (Variants of Uncertain Significance) are falsely being told by nearly half of all breast cancer surgeons that they have the “breast cancer gene” (BRCA1 or BRCA2) and therefore must have the surgery to save their lives. Famously, Angelina Jolie underwent a bilateral mastectomy after being told she carried the gene for breast cancer, but these new findings by Stanford researchers call into question whether her surgery was medically necessary at all.

Apr 18 07:14

Brain-damaging vaccines, pesticides and medicines generate nearly $800 billion a year in medical revenues

Mounting evidence point to certain medications as risk factors in developing some of the most debilitating neurological conditions in the country. A study published in the JAMA Internal Medicine found a correlation between long-term use of anticholinergic medications like Benadryl and the onset of dementia. Anticholinergic drugs were shown to inhibit the action of acetylcholine, an organic chemical that plays a crucial role in learning and memory.

Researchers at the University of Washington examined nearly 3,500 men and women ages 65 years and older and found those who used anticholinergic drugs had higher odds of developing dementia than those who did not take the drug. Study data also showed that higher dementia risk coincided with cumulative doses of anticholinergic drugs. Researchers said patients who took the drugs for an equivalent of three years or more had a 54% increased odds of developing the mental disorder.

Apr 18 07:10

Mother, 28, who thought she had a migraine was actually suffering a STROKE after taking the contraceptive pill

A mother has warned other women of the dangers of the contraceptive pill after she suffered a stroke aged just 28.

Natalie Trickett was told she had suffered a severe migraine but actually had a blood clot on the brain.

She collapsed one morning, losing her eyesight and the feeling on the right side of her face.

Apr 18 06:27

FARMERS IN INDIA USE COCA-COLA AND PEPSI AS A CHEAPER ALTERNATIVE TO PESTICIDES

The Center for Science and Environment (CSE), which is one of India's leading voluntary agencies, claims that the soft drinks produced in India, including those with the brand names Pepsi and Coca-Cola, contain extremely high levels of pesticide residues, and due to this, farmers use them to fight pests as they are cheaper than the conventional pesticides.

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Actually, this will work with any sugary drink. When sprayed on plants it attracts ants which then eat the larvae of pests before they mature into crop-chomping adults.

Apr 17 18:01

Infowars’ Alex Jones in Court: Antics Are All an Act as ‘Performance Artist’

Looks like AJ is being screwed.

A child custody lawsuit pits “America’s biggest conspiracy theorist” Alex Jones against ex-wife Kelly Jones, who is seeking payments from the Infowars founder for child support. Kelly claims her husband is “not a stable person,” but the man US President Donald Trump once praised as having an “amazing” reputation is simply “playing a character.”

That’s according to his attorney, who says the antics come with the territory for the “performance artist,” the Austin American-Statesman reported.

Apr 17 17:19

Decoding the mysteries of life: Physical mechanism may unveil secrets of origin, formation!

The formation of life on Earth and its consequent evolution has long since been a mystery. Of course, there have been many theories and scientific explanations, but while a few have been nowhere near the truth, some have provided enough data and/or evidence that have helped scientists come to a potential explanation.

Apr 17 17:02

Boom in cheap satellites could lead to 'catastrophic collisions', warn scientists

The launch of "mega-constellations" of thousands of communication satellites could lead to a rise in collisions and build-up of space junk in Earth's orbit, scientists have warned.

A decrease in the cost of the manufacture of satellites is set to lead to the deployment of hundreds or thousands into space from next year, creating a massive rise in the number of active satellites from the 1,300 currently in use.

But Dr Hugh Lewis, senior lecture in aerospace engineering at the University of Southampton, has warned a 200-year computer simulation has shown the creation of a mega-constellation could create a 50 per cent increase in the number of "catastrophic collisions" between satellites.

Apr 17 15:22

If We Could See All The Electromagnetic Radiation Waves Around Us Would We Still Accept Microwave Technology As Safe?

Microwaves and their consumer-unrealized effects are so pervasive, currently we live in a “sea of invisible non-ionizing radiation,” which has adverse health implications regardless of what ICNIRP and the microwave tech industries, their lobbyists and trade associations claim in their ‘science’ propaganda. The chart below ought to indicate just how ubiquitous…

Apr 17 10:08

Wearable Technology Aims to Predict Relationships, Intervene When Computer Detects Trouble

By Nicholas West

Predictive behavior technology is all the rage in everything from advertising to policing to medicine. Technocrats everywhere believe that the supreme being of the universe should be a computer algorithm; because, after all, in its perfection it knows us better than we know ourselves.

The following research from the University of Southern California is a chilling example of how the State could easily employ this technology for literal interventions where potential violence could occur...

Apr 17 09:36

Distrowatch: Your source for Linux, Unix and BSD Operating Systems and Software

Linux is surging. Go Linux!

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Apr 17 09:11

Fire retardant chemicals used in your mattress linked to 74% rise in thyroid cancer tumors

Flame retardants commonly sprayed in fabric and fillings in furniture were associated with a 74 percent increase in thyroid cancer rates in the U.K. during the last 10 years, a study revealed. Health experts said exposure to this flame retardants through dust might have contributed to the surge in thyroid cancer rates. To assess this, researchers at the Duke University analyzed household dust and blood samples from cancer patients.

Researchers found that patients with thyroid cancer had significantly higher exposure to flame retardants called polybrominated diphenyl ethers compared with healthy controls. Data also showed that cancer patients exhibited higher levels of TCEP, also known as Chlorinated Tris. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers were banned in 2004, while TCEP was banned 16 years ago.

Apr 17 06:59

'Sixty-eight children among dead' of suicide bombing attack in Syria

These were beautiful babies and children too. These terrorists are Donald Trump's terrorists.He has the USN and USAF supporting these maniacs!

Agence France-Presse in Rashidin, Syria

Sunday 16 April 2017 10.40 EDT
Last modified on Monday 17 April 2017 03.14 EDT

Nearly 70 children were among those killed when a suicide car bombing tore through buses carrying evacuees from besieged government-held towns in Syria, a monitoring group has said.

Saturday’s blast hit a convoy carrying residents from the northern towns of Fua and Kefraya as they waited at a transit point in rebel-held Rashidin, west of Aleppo.

At least 68 children were among the 126 people killed in the attack, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, updating a previous toll of 112 dead.

Apr 16 17:36

80-Year Study Shows Happiness Is The Driving Force In Our Health

By Karen Foster

How people describe both positive and negative events in their lives influences their perception of their own life. When scientists began tracking the health of 268 Harvard sophomores in 1938 during the Great Depression, they hoped the longitudinal study would reveal clues to leading healthy and happy lives. They got more than they wanted...

Apr 16 15:57

Syria: Horrific Onslaught on Aramaic Christian Community of Ma’aloula at Hands of Western Backed “Moderate” Terrorists

A dear, humble man with the most beautiful smile sang the Lord’s Prayer for us in Aramaic on Good Friday.

Ma’aloula has been a Christian village since there were such things.

But it was almost gone.

America’s “moderate rebels” of the Free Syrian Army attacked it with a vengeance alongside Al Qaeda…as they always do.

Our “moderates” executed many who would not convert to their fake, twisted, violent, completely intolerant version of “Islam”.

Apr 16 15:03

How to bring down the elephant in the room

The reason why I decided to tackle this issue today is that the forces who broke Trump in less than a month are also the very same forces who have forced him into a political 180: the Neocons and the US deep state. However, I think that these two concepts can be fused into on I would call the “Ziocons”: basically Zionists plus some rabid Anglo imperialists à la Cheney or McCain. These are the folks who control the US corporate media, Hollywood, Congress, most of academia, etc. These are the folks who organized a ferocious assault on the “nationalist” or “patriotic” wing of Trump supporters and ousted Flynn and Bannon and these are the folks who basically staged a color revolution against Trump. There is some pretty good evidence that the person in charge of this quiet coup is Jared Kushner, a rabid Zionist. Maybe. Maybe not.

Apr 16 09:31

A Government of Morons

Led by a man who can barely read.
Paul Craig Roberts

It has become embarrassing to be an American. Our country has had four war criminal presidents in succession.

Violence is America. America is violence. The moronic liberals blame it on gun owners, but it is always the government that is the source of violence. That is the reason our Founding Fathers gave us the Second Amendment. It is not gun owners who have destroyed in whole or part eight countries. It is the armed-at-taxpayer-expense US government that commits the violence.

America’s lust for violence is now bringing the Washington morons up against people who can commit violence back: the Russians and Chinese, Iran and North Korea.

Apr 16 09:04

Possible joint Russia-US mission to Venus takes shape, researcher says

A proposed joint mission to Venus could feature a Russian rocket and orbital module alongside a US “atmospheric plane” and durable surface probes, a top Russian scientist says.

The proposed joint mission, dubbed Venus-D, is taking shape, in which Russia’s Roscosmos space agency would provide an orbital and landing module, alongside a rocket to deliver them to Venus, while NASA would provide atmospheric probes that could survive the planet’s extreme conditions, the head of the Planetary Atmospheric Spectrometry Laboratory in the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ludmila Zasova, told TASS.

Apr 16 07:23

This new solar-powered device can harvest water from dry air

In a first, scientists have developed a new device that can harvest water from air everyday by using ambient sunlight, even in dry or desert climates.
Constructed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, the solar-powered device can work in conditions as low as 20 per cent humidity.

Apr 16 06:48

World's oldest woman Emma Morano dies aged 117; she lived through 2 world wars, knew 11 popes

Emma Morano, the world's oldest woman and the last surviving person born in the 19th century, died at the age of 117 at her home in Italy's Verbania town on Saturday.
Emma Martina Luigia Morano, who lived 117 years and 137 days, was born on November 29, 1899, in the Italian town of Civiasco into a family of people who would prove to be very long-lived, with her mother and aunt living to past 90 and her sister Angela reaching 100, EFE news reported.

Apr 16 06:46

NASA approves instruments for ESA's mission to Jupiter and its moon

The US space agency NASA has approved a project to build instruments for a future European Space Agency mission to Jupiter and its moons which is scheduled for launch in 2022.

The JUpiter ICy Moons Explorer (JUICE) is designed to investigate the emergence of habitable worlds around gas giants. And it is scheduled to launch in five years, arriving at Jupiter in October 2029

Apr 15 12:55

Raspberry Pi

Quirky Xerus is fastest. You have to update Mate by terminal including the kernel. Linux Mint has a tool called disks that makes installation to your micro sd easy as pi!

https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/

* NEW * Quirky Xerus for the Raspberry Pi
October 24, 2016 - Barry Kauler, creator of Puppy and Quirky Linux, released his latest Quirky Xerus version 8.1 for the Raspberry Pi. (Updated to 8.1.2 on 25 November 2016.)
http://puppylinux.org/main/Download%20Latest%20Release.htm

Ubuntu MATE for the Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3
Martin Wimpress and Rohith Madhavan have made an Ubuntu MATE image for the Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 based on the regular Ubuntu armhf base, not the new Ubuntu “Snappy” Core, which means that the installation procedure for applications uses the traditional tools, ie apt-get.

https://ubuntu-mate.org/raspberry-pi/

Apr 15 12:45

All computers have a processor, and your phone probably uses one designed by ARM.

We got a great question recently that made us remember that not everyone keeps up to date on specs and hardware design. Someone asked what ARM meant.

Firstly, that's an awesome question. I can imagine it's difficult to make sense of some of the technical talk that happens if you aren't sure of even the basics, and the only way to find out is to ask. So, we're glad you asked!

Apr 15 08:10

Approved by Governor: Arkansas Law Will Expand Health Freedom

By Mike Maharrey

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has approved a bill that will help facilitate healthcare freedom and set the stage to nullify federally run healthcare in practice.

Rep. Justin Gonzales (R-Okolona) introduced House Bill 2240 (HB2240) on March 6. The legislation specifies that direct primary care agreements (sometimes called medical retainer agreements) do not constitute insurance, thereby freeing doctors and patients from the onerous requirements and regulations under the state insurance code...

Apr 15 07:39

NASA to broadcast world’s first live 360 degree video of rocket launch on April 18!

The US space agency NASA, in coordination with United Launch Alliance (ULA) and Orbital ATK, will broadcast the world’s first live 360-degree stream of a rocket launch on April 18.
According to NASA, the live 360 stream of the cargo resupply mission liftoff to the International Space Station (ISS) may be viewed on its Television YouTube channel starting 10 minutes prior to lift off.

Apr 14 19:53

Pharmaceutical giant planned to destroy stocks of cancer drugs to force price hike – report

One of the world’s leading drug companies considered destroying its stockpiles of life-saving cancer medicines and allegedly created artificial shortages in its attempts to profit from price hikes, the Times reports.

The South African Aspen Pharmacare drug company nurtured a plan of destroying its own cancer medicine supplies during its row with the Spanish health service in 2014. It sought to push a price increase for its products amounting to 4,000 percent, the Times reports, citing the company’s internal emails it obtained.

Apr 14 17:30

William Norman Grigg (February 4, 1963 - April 12, 2017)

Homedale, Idaho (TFC)- Libertarian author and investigative journalist William N. Grigg passed away from a heart attack on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. He was 54 years old. He is survived by his wife and six children.

He was known for his wide body of work, including authoring 5 books, his blog Pro Libertate, his love for and creation of music, and his unabashed ways of addressing corrupt government agencies and policing with his investigative journalism. He is a co-founder of The Libertarian Institute, has written for Photography is Not a Crime and LewRockwell.com, and has contributed to numerous other outlets over the course of his writing career.

Apr 14 15:31

Quanah Parker

Quanah Parker was the last Chief of the Commanches and never lost a battle to the white man. His tribe roamed over the area where Pampa stands. He was never captured by the Army, but decided to surrender and lead his tribe into the white man's culture, only when he saw that there was no alternative. His was the last tribe in the Staked Plains to come into the reservation system.

Apr 14 15:29

OLD WEST LEGENDS Charles Goodnight - Blazing the Cattle Trails

Co-founder of the Goodnight-Loving Trail, Charles Goodnight was born in Mocoupin County, Illinois on March 5, 1836. Charles moved with his family to Waco, Texas in 1846 when he was ten years old. By the time he was twenty he was working as a cowboy and served with the local militia in the many fights against Comanche raiders. In 1857, he joined the Texas Rangers, where he continued to fight in the Indian Wars and served as an Indian scout. Later, when the Civil War began, he again served as a scout.

After the war, Goodnight joined up with Oliver Loving to move cattle from Fort Belknap, Texas to Fort Sumner, New Mexico, in what became known as the Goodnight-Loving Trail.

Apr 14 15:25

Jean Laffite American pirate

Jean Laffite, Laffite also spelled Lafitte (born 1780?, France—died 1825?), privateer and smuggler who interrupted his illicit adventures to fight heroically for the United States in defense of New Orleans in the War of 1812.

Apr 14 15:21

6 Legendary Mountain Men of the American Frontier

Before the mass migrations of the mid-19th century, some of the only non-natives to venture into the vastness of the American West were small bands of fur trappers, traders and explorers known as “mountain men.” These grizzled, self-sufficient woodsmen helped blaze many of the overland trails later used by the pioneers, and stories of their larger-than-life exploits often became the stuff of legend back East. Find out more about the lives of six adventurers who made their mark on the American frontier.

Apr 14 15:18

American Heroes: Francis Marion, South Carolina’s “Swamp Fox”

“Come on Boys! Let us go back … as for this damned old fox, the Devil himself could not catch him.
British Lt. Colonel Banastre Tarleton’s comments after pursuing Colonel Francis Marion

Marion first learned his “Indian style” of warfare while fighting the Cherokees in the Southern theater of the French and Indian War (1756-1763). With American Independence in 1776, Marion was commissioned a major in the South Carolina militia. He helped to repulse the British bombardment of Charleston in 1776, commanding a battery of cannon that crippled the British fleet and sent it running off the next morning “like earless dogs.”

Francis Mario and Tarleton were the real-life inspirations for the main characters in Mel Gibson's "The Patriot."

Apr 14 15:14

Daniel Boone (1734 - 1820)

Daniel Boone is one of the most famous frontiersmen in U.S. history. He was a skilled hunter, trapper, and trailblazer. During the early days of westward expansion, Boone’s explorations helped open the frontier to new settlements. In 1799, he led his family and other settlers across the Mississippi River into land populated by Native Americans but claimed by Spain. Boone spent the last twenty years of his life in what is now Missouri.

Apr 14 13:53

Report: North Korea soldiers face punishment for Kim Jong Un jokes

Said I wouldn't do this. No real attribution except for "The Source". They link to another UPI article that quotes,"Sources" and a non-link to Radio Free Asia. This is a good example of Psyops and Propaganda. Korean War part 2 here we come. Sure hope not!

Radio Free Asia (RFA) is a private, nonprofit international broadcasting corporation[2] that broadcasts and publishes online news, information, and commentary to listeners in East Asia while "advancing the goals of U.S. foreign policy."[3][4] RFA is funded by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), an independent agency of the United States government[5][disputed – discuss] responsible for all non-military, international broadcasting sponsored by the U.S government (such as Radio Free Europe), which appoints the board of RFA. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_Free_Asia

Apr 14 13:41

America’s rising tide of drug overdoses, a symptom of deeper problems

Summary: America has a drug problem, a symptom some deeper sickness of our minds or souls. Sick people often ignore warnings that would allow them to respond and recover. So it is with nations. It’s time for us to ask what is wrong with America.

Apr 14 11:22

Iran held national nanotechnology Olympiad for students

Iran has held a national nanotechnology Olympiad for school students. As our correspondent Yusef Jalali reports from Tehran, the scientific examination is part of an initiative launched by the government to advance nanotechnology and apply it to the domestic industry.

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And where, pray tell, is a similar program going on at public schools in the United States?!?

The short answer is, nowhere, and that...is a real problem for the future of education and technology in this country?!?

Apr 14 10:08

TWISTED: According to bizarre Pentagon logic, Russia can now bomb the USA to stop vaccine violence against children

If you really look deeply at the “moral justification” behind the recent U.S. military strike in Syria, it all comes down to this simple argument: “Those children were being hurt by chemical violence, and we just HAD to do something to stop them!”

Therefore, according to the Pentagon, anytime a nation anywhere in the world believes another nation is doing something to harm its children with chemicals, they have the right to launch missile strikes, drop bombs or do anything necessary to stop what they see as an “chemical violence” against children.

No declaration of war is required. No United Nations resolutions are needed. There’s not even any requirement for a single shred of independent evidence to support the claim that “children are being harmed.” All that’s needed now is for a country to simply assert that they believe children are being harmed, and the bombs begin to fly!

Apr 14 10:01

What’s in a Vaccine? Are Vaccines Effective? ... and ... What About Polio?

Apr 14 09:55

Making water from THIN AIR: Pioneering 'harvester' sucks moisture from dry areas using sunlight

A new technology could provide hope for drought stricken areas.

Scientists have created a pioneering solar panel rooftop 'harvester' capable of storing water from air.

The device uses only ambient sunlight to pull litres of water out of the air each day, and could provide water supplies to remote homes far from the water network.

Apr 14 09:21

Doctor charged with female genital mutilation of two 7-year-old Minnesota girls

Jumana Nagarwala, an emergency room physician at a Detroit hospital who performed the procedures at an unnamed medical clinic in the Detroit suburb of Livonia, was scheduled to appear in federal court on Thursday, April 13, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

"Female genital mutilation constitutes a particularly brutal form of violence against women and girls," acting U.S. Attorney in Detroit Daniel Lemisch said in a statement. "The practice has no place in modern society and those who perform FGM on minors will be held accountable under federal law."

Female genital mutilation, or FGM, typically involves the partial or total removal of the clitoris and is barred by numerous international treaties.

Apr 14 09:00

Trump's Tax Reform to Help Companies Keep Trillions of Dollars in Offshore Funds

The fifty biggest US companies have now around 1.6 trillion dollars stashed in offshore tax havens, according to a new Oxfam analysis. The revelations come as US President Donald Trump plans to slash US taxes for corporations and wealthy individuals as well as impose a new border tax.

"We basically think that the proposal of President Trump would […] further incentivize the bad behavior, to further incentivize companies to keep more and more money offshore. We'd actually seen this before in the US, during the last tax holiday within 2004 [introduced by] President Bush," Silverman said.

Apr 14 08:43

Why Big Pharma is Blocking Marijuana Legalization in Arizona

Mike Papantonio discusses the reasons why the marijuana legalization effort failed in Arizona and speaks with Justin Strekal, Political Director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, about what pharmaceutical companies have to gain from keeping marijuana illegal.

Apr 14 06:48

Cassini finds ingredient for life at Saturn's moon Enceladus

The US space agency NASA's Cassini spacecraft has discovered hydrogen in the plume of gas and icy particles spraying from Saturn's sixth largest moon Enceladus.
According to NASA, the discovery means the small, icy moon — which has a global ocean under its surface — has a source of chemical energy that could be useful for microbes, if any exist there.

Apr 14 06:47

There may be alien life on Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus, say NASA scientists

The US space agency NASA has made a big revelation on its new discoveries on ocean worlds in our solar system on Thursday.
NASA has confirmed the possibility of life inhabiting Enceladus, the watery moon of Saturn.
Enceladus is covered by oceans of liquid water trapped under a layer of ice.

Apr 13 19:58

Before attacking North Korea, please try everything else

By Grant Newsham April 12, 2017 12:07 PM (UTC+8)

The US has spent the past 25 years trying to concoct a formula that will get North Korea to relinquish its nuclear weapons program, while hoping China would help bring Pyongyang to heel.

With Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s recent statement that years of negotiations with North Korea have failed, it seems an American military response is no longer unthinkable — and in some quarters is seen as inevitable.

But the US still hasn’t played all its cards, and ought to before rolling the dice with a military strike. First, some stark reminders are in order.

Apr 13 19:25

Who’s Nasty Now? Southern White House Fails To Keep Seafood, Meat Cold Enough

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo were courted on diplomatic working visits at Mar-a-Lago, and now one must hope they did not return home with food poisoning. The high-profile club was cited for failing to store seafood and meat at adequate temperatures and forgetting to ensure that seafood was not contaminated by parasites, the Miami Herald reported.

Apr 13 15:46

Piece of Cake: New Normal of Trump's Foreign Policy

Trump ain't no Gump. Forrest had a heart and commonsense.

Here's the Commander-in-chief of the Beautiful Piece of Chocolate Cake School of Foreign Policy, expanding on his next move regarding North Korea.

"We are sending an armada. Very powerful. We have submarines. Very powerful. Far more powerful than the aircraft carrier. That I can tell you."

As if bombing nuclear-armed North Korea would be as much of a piece of cake as Tomahawking a semi-deserted air base in Syria. But then, that's the beauty of a box of chocolates foreign policy; you never know what you're gonna get.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJh59vZ8ccc

Apr 13 13:46

Rise Of The Robots Could Spark Fresh Wave Of Migration As Jobs Are Automated, Warns World Bank Chief

The ‘rise of the robots’ could trigger a fresh wave of migration as jobs in developing countries are automated, the head of the World Bank has warned.

Apr 13 12:41

MAPPED: The US cities you DON’T want to be in during nuclear war – and how to survive

It shows the cities, towns and military sites which will be pulverised in the case of a 500-warhead or 2,000-warhead nuclear attack.

Apr 13 10:55

Iraq or Syria? Trump recalls dessert perfectly, forgets who he bombed & internet erupts (VIDEO)

Trump remembers the beautiful piece of chocolate cake he was eating, but forgets what country he was attacking!

Trump was speaking with Fox Business about the bizarre exchange with Chinese leader during a summit at his Mar-a-Lago estate.

“We had finished dinner, we’re now having dessert,” Trump began. “And we had the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you’ve ever seen and President Xi was enjoying it.”

“So I said, we’ve just launched 59 missiles, heading to Iraq,” said the President, seemingly oblivious to his mistake.

Apr 13 10:24

Is That Armageddon Over The Horizon?

Crazy Horse is coming!

A new White House Fool has replaced the old fool. The New Fool has sent his Secretary of State to Russia. For what? To deliver an ultimatum? To make more false accusations? To apologize for the lies?

Stephen Cohen, one of the few remaining Americans knowledgeable about Russia, told the two CNN presstitutes and the warmonger Col. Leighton, one of the “experts” that the presstitutes roll out to pronounce the propaganda against Russia, that Russia was preparing for hot war.

The Russian leaders, who, unlike the Western liars, speak the truth, have said clearly that Russia will never again fight a war on her own territory. The Russians couldn’t put it more clearly. Provoke a war, and we will destroy you on your own territory.

Apr 13 10:02

Assaults on Border Patrol Agents Up 143 Percent

That illegal immigration thing is going well! Border Patrol agents are taking it on the chin!

U.S. Border Patrol agents during the first half of the current fiscal year are up 143 percent over the same period in FY 2016. Since the fiscal year began on October 1, 462 Border Patrol agents have been assaulted.

Border Patrol agents are the most assaulted law enforcement officers in the federal government, former Border Patrol Chief Mark Morgan testified before the Senate Homeland Security Committee in November. Since his testimony, the numbers have skyrocketed.

In March alone, illegal aliens, human smugglers, foreign nationals, and American criminals assaulted 49 Border Patrol agents, according to an April 10 CBP report. Breitbart Texas has reported on many of those incidents, some involving serious injuries.

Apr 13 09:43

Flashback - CNN: Chinese test missile shot down satellite

WWIII = no more satellites or space travel

Apr 13 09:28

Judge orders FORCED VACCINATIONS for children in shocking UK court case

Forced vaccination will never be the right course of action. Vaccines do come with risks, regardless of whether or not mainstream medicine puppets are willing to recognize it — facts are facts. Vaccines are not only made with animal-derived ingredients, but they are often tested on animals. To make matters worse, many vaccines contain toxic adjuvants such as aluminum salts, which are known to cause a wide range of deleterious effects.

This issue will not be going away anytime soon, and as more people wake up to the dangers of vaccines, we will likely begin to see more court-mandated vaccination cases.

Apr 13 07:38

Russia Sends Drones to Deir ez-Zor Where 'Coalition Strike' Caused Chemical Leak

The Russian Defense Ministry said it has sent drones to the site of an alleged chemical leak of a result of an alleged US-led coalition strike.

Apr 13 07:33

Army Command: Hundreds, including many civilians, killed in in coalition airstrike on ISIS toxic materials depot

13 April 13 2017

Damascus, SANA- The General Command of the Army and Armed Forces said on Thursday that hundreds were killed, including a large number of civilians, due to an air strike carried out by aircrafts of the so-called US-led international coalition against a huge depot for ISIS terrorist organization that includes toxic materials in the village of Hatla in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor province.

In a statement on Thursday, the General Command said aircrafts of the international coalition carried out between 17:30 and 17:50 pm on Wednesday an air strike against a position of ISIS terrorists that includes a large number of foreign mercenaries in the village of Hatla to the east of Deir Ezzor, causing a white cloud that soon turned into yellow as a result of the explosion of a huge depot that includes a large amount of toxic materials.

Apr 13 07:25

Syria says U.S.-led airstrikes hit IS-controlled chemical weapons depot in eastern Syria

Hundreds of civilians dead.Hypocrites and liars the US leadership are.

DAMASCUS, April 13 (Xinhua) -- The Syrian army on Thursday said the U.S.-led anti-terror coalition struck a chemical weapons depot controlled by the Islamic State (IS) group in eastern Syria, killing hundreds, including civilians.

The U.S.-led airstrikes targeted the big depot containing chemical materials in the town of Hatleh in the eastern countryside of Deir al-Zour on Wednesday, said the army in a statement.

It added that large numbers of civilians were among those killed due to the suffocation caused by the spread of the toxic materials.

Apr 13 07:19

‘Riskier than striking Syria’: Beijing warns US against attacking North Korea

China has warned the US against using military force against North Korea, after a surprise redeployment of an aircraft carrier group. Washington’s regional allies said they expect it to consult with them before any action.

Tension is mounting in the region as US President Donald Trump said he would solve the “North Korean problem” with or without China’s help.

The paper said Washington needs to accept the reality that it “has no power to put global affairs in order at the moment” and work with other leading world powers on the Korean situation through the UN Security Council, a body that the US has shun by the unilateral attack against Syria.

Apr 13 07:13

Give Hospital Patients Clothes And They Recover Faster

atients can recover if they can resume normality, a health campaign urges. A new campaign from the NHS is prompting hospital staff to encourage patients to get up and change out of hospital gowns as soon as they are able to move around. Can we all agree, that in America, the butt-less gowns...

Apr 12 18:22

Mattis: Navy Strike Group Not Headed to North Korea for Any Reason

A Picard and Rivero palm to forehead moment!

With a US carrier strike group steaming toward North Korea, and top administration officials talking up the need for the US to “solve” North Korea, Russian officials today echoed a concern shared by a lot of people, that the US is about to unilaterally attack North Korea.

Defense Secretary James Mattis sought to downplay those concerns, however, insisting the carrier strike group is just in the western Pacific in general, and isn’t speeding rapidly toward the Korean Peninsula for any particular reason, and has nothing in mind when it gets there.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNsrK6P9QvI

Apr 12 18:19

Discovered - Second 'Great Cold Spot' on Jupiter exerted by planet’s vivacious auroras

The dark expanse is up to 24,000 km in longitude and 12,000 km in latitude. It's in the gas giant’s thin high-altitude thermosphere - that is around 200K (Kelvin) cooler than the hot surrounding atmosphere, which can range in temperature between 700K (426ºC) and 1000K (726ºC).

Apr 12 17:52

Why in the End the Victimhood Culture Only Benefits Straight White Men

Great Lecture - snowflakes beware

"Safety culture is debilitating. It is crippling. It is a terrible, terrible thing. Those who embrace it as an identity, the weaker you get, the more angry you get. The less likely you are to thrive after you leave the 'bubble of safety'.

Who gets stronger from this? Straight white men. Straight white men are the only beneficiaries here because, for four years, they're told, 'You're the bad guys. You're the evil ones and there are no resources to support you in particular.' What does that sound like? A job!

Straight white men have four years of preparation for a job! Whereas anyone who grasps the victim identity has four years of dis-preparation.

Businesses are wondering, 'What is going on? I don't want these kids. They're going to sue. They're going to cry. I don't want these kids from this safety culture.' "

Apr 12 17:21

Xi advises Trump to be Peaceful

This guy sounds like a Statesman and he is to the point.

Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke on the phone with U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday and emphasized that conflict on the Korean Peninsula has to be resolved through peaceful means, after Trump reiterated that he was ready to solve the North Korean nuclear issue on his own.

China's state-run broadcaster CCTV reported that Xi and Trump held a phone conversation Wednesday morning Asia time to discuss the situation on the Korean Peninsula and other matters of bilateral concern, five days after their summit last week. The CCTV report was issued shortly after the conversation.

Xi was reported to have told Trump, China adheres to the goal of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and calls for peaceful means to resolve the problem in order to safeguard the peace and stability of the region.

Apr 12 16:40

Why in the End the Victimhood Culture Only Benefits Straight White Men

Great Lecture - snowflakes beware

"Safety culture is debilitating. It is crippling. It is a terrible, terrible thing. Those who embrace it as an identity, the weaker you get, the more angry you get. The less likely you are to thrive after you leave the 'bubble of safety'.

Who gets stronger from this? Straight white men. Straight white men are the only beneficiaries here because, for four years, they're told, 'You're the bad guys. You're the evil ones and there are no resources to support you in particular.' What does that sound like? A job!

Straight white men have four years of preparation for a job! Whereas anyone who grasps the victim identity has four years of dis-preparation.

Businesses are wondering, 'What is going on? I don't want these kids. They're going to sue. They're going to cry. I don't want these kids from this safety culture.' "

Apr 12 14:45

Poison Intell: Update

Many in the US feel betrayed by recent bellicosity against Syria, which may, yet again, have been based on a False Flag narrative, enriching psychopaths, neocons and arms suppliers.

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I, too, am old enough to remember classmates of mine who did not come back from Vietnam alive, or only came back partially, besieged by the physical and mental wounds of war.

Apr 12 13:20

Why You Should Avoid These Five Dangerous Over the Counter Meds

Most people assume that over the counter drugs are very safe. After all, why would they be available for sale without a prescription if they weren’t safe? And for the most part they’re right. With the exception of a few people who use them recreationally, are allergic, or are more susceptible to the side effects, these drugs are safe.

Apr 12 11:59

Trump says he told Xi how he bombed Syria airbase over ‘most beautiful piece of cake’

"I was sitting at the table. We had finished dinner. We're now having dessert. And we had the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you've ever seen and President Xi was enjoying it,” Trump told Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo, during an interview that aired on Wednesday morning.

“It's so incredible. It's brilliant. It's genius. Our technology, our equipment, is better than anybody by a factor of five. I mean look, we have, in terms of technology, nobody can even come close to competing,” said Trump.

Trump spoke of a “great feeling” between himself and Xi, who he “really likes being with,” at least officially.

Apr 12 11:19

Hardball Diplomacy: Why Trump's Show of Force Leaves Beijing Unimpressed

The Chinese have deployed upwards of 150,000 troops to the Yalu under the pretext they are all medical personnel,or at least that is what the idiots in dc want to believe.

The timing of Donald Trump's strike on Syria was aimed at sending a strong signal to Beijing, Malaysian geopolitical analyst Mathew Maavak told Sputnik. The geopolitical analyst explained why Trump's "hardball diplomacy" left the Chinese leadership unimpressed.
Surprisingly, Xi remained silent in response to the show of force.

"If the intention was to intimidate China over North Korea's nuclear sabre-rattling, then Beijing will likely raise the stakes by providing an additional economic lifeline to Pyongyang," the Malaysian analyst suggested."

Apr 12 09:38

Hubble just spotted something massive coming out of Uranus

The Hubble space telescope has spotted a huge shimmering region on Uranus – and it’s caused by powerful bursts of solar wind.

No giggling at the back, please.

Apr 12 09:20

Cases of brain-infecting worm are spiking in Hawaii

A parasitic worm that infects people's brains is turning up more frequently on Maui, and Hawaiian officials are getting worried. "It’s like having a slow-moving bullet go through your brain," says state epidemiologist Dr.

Sarah Park, per the AP, explaining the effects of rat lungworm disease. According to ABC News, the worm lives in the lungs of rats, but its larvae are expelled in the rats' feces and infect slugs and snails, which in turn pass the larvae on to humans.

The larvae can survive for months in humans, growing into worms an inch long. The parasite can cause a rare form of meningitis, which comes along with serious headaches, vomiting, temporary facial paralysis, and more.

Apr 12 07:26

Dove Ad Highlights Trans Mom In Inclusive Campaign About Motherhood

Dove broke new ground by featuring a transgender mom in their Baby Dove #RealMoms commercial.

The video features a variety of moms from all walks of life - cattle ranchers, breakdancers, rock climbers - and ethnicities in the touching video.

Apr 12 07:07

Teenage boys could be given HPV jabs to prevent cancer

Boots announced that it will stock the vaccine in stores across the country, but parents will have to pay £300 for their sons to have the vaccine if they are aged 12-14, rising to £450 if they are 15 or over.

The World Health Organisation recommends that HPV is vaccinated against in all countries that can afford to do so.

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Apr 11 23:41

A Multi-Level Analysis of the US Cruise Missile Attack on Syria and Its Consequences

The latest US cruise missile attack on the Syrian airbase is an extremely important event in so many ways that it is important to examine it in some detail. I will try to do this today with the hope to be able to shed some light on a rather bizarre attack which will nevertheless have profound consequences. But first, let’s begin by looking at what actually happened.

However, since the Russians were warned about the attack they had plenty of time to prepare their electronic warfare stations to “fry” and otherwise disable at least part of the cruise missiles. I do believe that this is the correct explanation.

Apr 11 23:26

President Trump, with respect, start ruthlessly purging the U.S. general officer corps

Last time we discussed your refusal to abide by the Constitution’s hard-and-fast war-making provision, a decision that merits — as it did for most of your post-1945 predecessors — impeachment proceedings. Waging war in the manner you did in Syria is the work of an absolute monarch or a dictator, not that of a popularly elected president of this republic.

Today, we must discuss a topic that has been covered in this space on multiple occasions; namely, the need for you to immediately purge — via forced retirement — scores of your general officers. The American fetish for treating these officers as god-like wonders is baseless, and must be curtailed to the greatest possible extent. Among the most obvious reasons they merit forced retirement are:

–They and their predecessors have not won a war since 1945. In truth, they have won nothing in the most war-filled 72 years in American history.

Apr 11 17:27

NASA's Cassini spacecraft captures close-up of plateaus of Saturn’s C ring

NASA has released a close-up view of Saturn’s C ring region that is uniformly bright.
According to the US space agency, a dozen regions of Saturn's C ring stand out as noticeably brighter than the rest of the ring, while about half a dozen regions are devoid of ring material. Scientists call the bright regions “plateaus” and the devoid regions “gaps.”

Apr 11 09:34

GOP Leaders Dropping Border Wall Funds, Says Report

Federal funding for one of President Donald Trump’s premier policy proposals may be excluded from the House GOP’s budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018.

House Democrats, along with a few House Republicans, are working around-the-clock to make sure funding for the estimated $12 billion border wall is not factored into the GOP budget, according to a report by The Hill.

“With Democrats united against new wall funding, it’s unlikely the Republicans have the votes to get it through and prevent a government shutdown,” The Hill report stated.

Apr 11 08:46

Extinction-level event to hit U.S.? 2024 projections show U.S. population reduced by 262 million people over next 7-years, GDP reduced by $17B

Ever since the ominous forecasting website Deagal.com was exposed in 2014 for being a tool of the Deep State by “playing both sides of the fence,” journalists, authors, and others have been scouring the site’s unique data as a way to peer into the future — which according to projections looks bleak.

Apr 11 07:53

BEXALERT: U.S. says strike hits 20 percent of Syria's operational aircraft

What a joke. More lies.It was a salvage and repair base.Most of the CM's didn't even make it to the target and of those that did,about half chewed up the grass around the field.

The U.S. cruise missile strike on a Syrian air base last week damaged or destroyed 20 percent of Syria's operational aircraft, as well as fuel and ammunition sites and air defense capabilities, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Monday.

"The Syrian government has lost the ability to refuel or re-arm aircraft at Shayrat airfield and at this point, use of the runway is of idle military interest," Mattis said in a statement.

Apr 11 07:41

Melding Mind and Machine: How Close Are We?

Undoubtedly there will be beneficial uses for brain-computer interface technology (BCI), particularly in the area of restoring motor skills and communication. But, as you’ll read, the level of mind-tinkering that is being proposed by neuroscience has uses that also create direct mind control in the form of “non-invasive” applications such as neural dust, linking the brain to computer via wireless magnetic stimulation. Or how about treating diseases via “electroceuticals” – sending targeted electrical messages to various organs via implant?...

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