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Aug 28 15:57

SpaceX Dragon CRS-9 Cargo Ship Heads Back To Earth

The unmanned SpaceX CRS-9 Dragon cargo spacecraft successfully undocked from the International Space Station, after spending 38 days connected to the base.

Aug 28 12:43

Texas Earthquakes Likely Linked To Fracking Activity – US Environmental Agency

The US environmental protection agency has linked earthquakes in the state of Texas to fracking activity.

Aug 28 12:34

American Electorate Loses As Partisan Media Coverage Of Candidate Health Turns Outright Bizarre

The recent media frenzy surrounding Clinton and Trump's health records has accomplished little more than to, once again, expose a "press" that is becoming increasingly partisan with each passing day.

Right-leaning media outlets have spent countless hours reporting on the various health issues experienced by Clinton over the years and pointing to pictures of her falling down on the campaign trail or seemingly zoning out at times as evidence of her frailty. Meanwhile the left-leaning organizations have mostly dismissed the Hillary health concerns as conspiracy theories of right-wing nut jobs.

Like this tweet from a New York Times columnist calling on google to censor commentary on Hillary's health...

Aug 28 11:35

GOVT EXPOSED FOR FORCING FOSTER KIDS, EVEN TODDLERS TO TAKE DANGEROUS PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS

After years of growing concern, the California state auditor has produced a damning report describing how the state’s 79,000 foster children are being drugged with psychotropic medications at abnormally high rates.

The report found that nearly 12 percent of kids in California’s child welfare system were prescribed psychotropic medications – including antipsychotics, antidepressants and mood stabilizers – during 2014-2015. This compares to a rate of 4 to 10 percent for non-foster kids.

Some of these vulnerable children were drugged “in amounts and dosages that exceeded state guidelines,” with no follow-up by the county to ensure these prescriptions were appropriate. Some counties also violated the law by failing to obtain court or parental approval for psychotropic medications.

California spent $226 million on psychotropic medications for foster kids over the last decade, which amounts to almost 72 percent of total drug spending for foster youth.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is criminal to do to helpless kids, who have no idea what they are being given, and can have no way of understanding how the effects of these drugs will play out later in their lives.

Aug 28 11:24

Coffee with Scott Adams (08-27-2016)

This can also serve as the video companion to Scott’s blog post: The Mental Vote.

Highlights

- You can never have too much coffee.

- Deciding whether or not to accept invitation to do InfoWars interview.

- Is Scott Adams influencing the election?

- How to become more ‘alpha.’

- Clinton press-conference blackout and Trump African-American audience.

- Is third-wave feminism lowering testosterone and libidos in Millennial males?

- Julian Assange likely to release more Clinton revelations a week before absentee balloting begins.

- Clinton attacked over 40% of American citizens as “racist” — something Trump has never done.

- Trump displays the ability and willingness to change per the will of the public.

- Why Trump could never go rogue and initiate a nuclear attack.

Aug 28 08:36

Scientists stunned by huge MIT discovery

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has done a lot of important scientific work over the years, and you can add another discovery to the pile: researchers at MIT have created new 3D printed structures that can “remember” their shapes, even after they are stretched and bent to oblivion, which could lead to breakthroughs in solar cells and drug capsules that release medicine only when a fever is detected.

In cooperation with the Sinapore University of Technology and Design, the MIT researchers found a way to print tiny features on a micron scale, and then bent them — causing them to spring back into their original shape afterwards after being heated to a certain temperatures, according to an MIT statement.

Aug 28 08:11

Mandatory Vaccination in CA: Let’s School a Federal Judge

By Jon Rappoport

Judge Sabraw: here’s something you didn’t know about the DPT shot…

I’ll repeat myself a bit here, in case you missed my last article. Then I’ll get into something else, something dangerous that a Federal Judge knows nothing about…

Federal Judge Dana Sabraw is overseeing a lawsuit against mandatory vaccination in California.

So far, Sabraw has denied a petition to suspend mandatory vaccination for school children while the case moves forward.

He believes tradition and history are on the side of forced vaccinations. That’s because he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. Or he’s just making it up out of thin air...

Aug 28 07:19

It’s ‘digital heroin’: How screens turn kids into psychotic junkies

There’s a reason that the most tech-cautious parents are tech designers and engineers. Steve Jobs was a notoriously low-tech parent. Silicon Valley tech executives and engineers enroll their kids in no-tech Waldorf Schools. Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page went to no-tech Montessori Schools, as did Amazon creator Jeff Bezos and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I'm seeing the same thing with an almost-2 neighbor child. I have talked about the problems with his mother and she is limiting his access to the pad (at which point he throws a tantrum). Too much of anything is a problem.

Aug 28 07:13

Military Mind Control Shocking Breakthrough: Implanting Neural Dust to Remotely Abuse Targets

U.S. military contractors have admitted wireless mind control by implanting human brains with neural dust, to remotely “monitor” human neurological activity. Targeted Individuals in record numbers are becoming victims of secret human experimentation, mind control, gangstalking, remote neural monitoring. According to Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) contractors, their “testing” is solely for benevolent purposes, of course. All Americans, except Targeted Individuals, know that DARPA spends billions of U.S. citizens’ tax payer dollars for betterment of humanity — supposedly through weapons aimed to control all of humanity and target-kill remaining humans who oppose militarized removal of God-given free will.

Aug 27 19:22

Mylan CEO’s salary soared by 671% as firm hiked EpiPen prices

Between 2007 and 2015 the cost of the EpiPen, a device used to stop potentially fatal allergic reactions, increased by 461 per cent. The item now costs more than $600 (£456) per dose.

During the same period, the compensation paid to the CEO of the company that produces the device increased by 671 per cent. In 2015, Heather Bresch, the CEO of the pharmaceutical company Mylan, received $18.9m

Aug 27 17:33

Police Take Step Toward Creating ‘Wanted’ Posters From DNA, Thanks To New Study

It’s no secret that there is a genetic aspect to our looks ? how many times have you heard you look like a relative? It turns out that specific genetic mutations are responsible for many facial features, from nose size to face width, a new study finds.

Researchers led by John Shaffer, assistant professor of human genetics at the University of Pittsburgh, analyzed the genomes of more than 3,000 people with European ancestry. The subjects then had 3D scans done of their faces, which the scientists used to focus on 20 different facial traits, including measurements and sizes across different areas of the face.

Aug 27 17:22

Just 90 companies are to blame for most climate change, this 'carbon accountant' says

Last month, geographer Richard Heede received a subpoena from Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX), chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Smith, a climate change doubter, became concerned when the attorneys general of several states launched investigations into whether ExxonMobil had committed fraud by sowing doubts about climate change even as its own scientists knew it was taking place. The congressman suspected a conspiracy between the attorneys general and environmental advocates, and he wanted to see all the communications among them. Predictably, his targets included advocacy organizations such as Greenpeace, 350.org, and the Union of Concerned Scientists. They also included Heede, who works on his own aboard a rented houseboat on San Francisco Bay in California.

Aug 27 14:13

Tropical Storm Madeline on path toward Hawaii, could affect Obama’s visit

Tropical Storm Madeline, one of two storms on paths toward Hawaii, could bring muggy weather and the chance of heavy rain and strong winds next week.

The storm could affect the visit of President Barack Obama Wednesday night and events with the World Conservation Congress starting Thursday.

Aug 27 12:09

Parents Sue Over EPA’s Glacial Pace In Lead Paint Reform

Parents are suing the Environmental Protection Agency for taking seven years to update its standards on lead paint regulations. The suit argues hundreds of thousands of families are uninformed about possible lead paint exposure in their homes.

The “unreasonably delay” lawsuit was filed Wednesday in the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

The suit, brought by California Communities Against Toxics, the Sierra Club, New Jersey Citizen Action and United Parents Against Lead National among others, seeks the court to require “the Environmental Protection Agency to promulgate a rule updating the dust-lead hazard standards and the definition of lead-based paint under the Toxic Substances Control Act,” and to do so “within 90 days and to finalize the rule within six months.”

Aug 27 10:56

Black Women Do Breastfeed, Despite Intense Systemic Barriers In The US

The movement to normalize breastfeeding in this country has generated positive results, but a racial gap in breastfeeding rates persists. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 79 percent of all newborn infants in the US started out breastfeeding in 2011. That is good news for both babies and mothers, as breastfeeding yields significant health benefits, such as a lower risk of asthma and childhood leukemia for children, and a lower risk of gynecological cancers and osteoporosis for mothers. But the data suggest that US mothers require more support in order to continue breastfeeding. Among US-born children in 2011, only 49 percent were still breastfeeding at six months; and at 12 months, only 27 percent of those babies were still breastfeeding. For Black mothers and their babies, support needs are greater, as Black women’s rates of breastfeeding initiation and duration are significantly lower than the US average.

Aug 27 10:29

Stunning Maps Depict Collapse Of Obamacare "Coverage" In 2017

Well, as we've pointed out numerous times things are not really playing out as Obama had hoped with premiums skyrocketing (see "Obamacare On "Verge Of Collapse" As Premiums Set To Soar Again In 2017") and "competition" collapsing (see "Tennessee Insurance Commissioner Warns Obamacare "Very Near Collapse"").

The two maps below prove that point beautifully by illustrating the epic collapse of Obamacare coverage in just 1 year. A collapse that will leave a stunning number of people across the country with only 1 option for health insurance. Meanwhile, healthcare shoppers in Pinal County, Arizona will actually be left with no options in 2017 as all carriers have abandoned service there.

Aug 27 10:05

Tropical Storm MADELINE

Coastal Watches/Warnings and 5-Day Forecast Cone for Storm Center

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks like we are going to get a little wet next week!

Aug 27 09:56

Dr. Drew's Hillary Health Problem Admission CENSORED by Show's Producers!!!

Aug 27 09:11

THERE IS A MAINSTREAM MEDIA CONSPIRACY TO HIDE HILLARY CLINTON’S RAPIDLY FAILING HEALTH

Despite the fact that Clinton opened up a jar of pickles that was supposedly sealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live the other night in a ridiculous attempt to prove that she was healthy, the facts keep coming out, and the more Americans talk about her health issues the more her poll numbers go down.

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Aug 27 08:50

FDA declared veggies ‘unapproved drugs’ after NYC allowed doctors to prescribe fresh fruit and vegetables as treatment for obesity

“This program makes New York City the largest U.S. city to officially acknowledge that fruits and vegetables have a role to play in preventing chronic degenerative disease — an idea that the FDA insists is delusional. According to the FDA, there is no such thing as any fruit, vegetable, supplement or superfood that has any ability whatsoever to prevent, treat or cure any disease.

“. . . according to the FDA, the mere ‘prescribing’ of a food as something to prevent obesity automatically transforms that food into a ‘drug.’ Under current FDA regulations, then, NYC is guilty of promoting ‘unapproved drugs’ which are really just fruits and vegetables. But that’s how FDA logic works.”

Aug 27 07:49

Sweden To Become The World’s First Fossil Fuel-free Nation in History

Waking Times Media

The Swedish government recently announced that their aim is to become one of the world’s first nations to end its dependence on fossil fuels. They will be investing an extra 4.5 billion kronor (US$546 million) into renewable energy and climate change action in their 2016 budget.

Aug 27 07:40

Indigenous Americans Unite Against Dakota Access Pipeline

By Activist Post

From August 22 to 25 Activist Post reporter Derrick Broze visited the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and Sacred Stone Spirit Camp in North Dakota. The reservation has been the site of an intense face off between local authorities and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

More info on the struggle:
https://t.co/pb9ninZC7q

Aug 26 22:29

Muzzled!

SAN GABRIEL, Calif.—Only two athletes in history have won medals in six consecutive Olympic Games.

Only two.

The first athlete is Armin Zöggeler, a carabiniere from the Tyrolean Alps who has won two gold medals, one silver medal, and three bronzes during the 1994 through 2014 Winter Games.

The other six-in-six Olympian is a woman from Southern California.

Aug 26 17:22

Elderly Couple Forced to Live Apart Weep in Heartbreaking Photo

Government!

Anita and Wolf Gottschalk have been inseparable throughout their 62 years of marriage — but now, the elderly couple has been apart for eight months, forced to say a heartbreaking goodbye over and over again.

Their granddaughter, Ashley Bartyik, says a backlog in the Canadian health care system has made it impossible to move Wolf, 83, out of his transitional nursing home and into the care facility where Anita, 81, is living.

Aug 26 16:09

The ADHD Epidemic: Smart Drugs and the Control of Bodies and Minds

The steady expansion of ADHD diagnosis and cognitive stimulant prescription has been driven by the profit-seeking educational projects of the pharmaceutical industry. In 2010, Americans spent $7 billion on ADHD drugs. By 2015 the amount spent had risen to $12.9 billion.

Aug 26 10:05

Post-Apocalyptic Fantasyland

Post-apocalyptic movies are popular for a reason. We live in a world that is brimming with long lines, bills, traffic jams, bureaucracy, and stressful jobs. So even though we intuitively understand that living in an apocalyptic hellscape would be an absolute horror show, in the back of our minds we kinda wish that we had an excuse to blow off all of our modern responsibilities.

Aug 26 10:03

Zika: Brazil Admits It’s Not the Virus

Waking Times

Amidst growing fear-based propaganda warning of the threat of Zika virus comes a quiet admission from health officials in Brazil: Zika alone may not be responsible for the rise in birth defects that plagued parts of the country.

Aug 26 07:26

Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson just sold out to Big Pharma... says children should be forcibly injected with mercury at gunpoint... claims government 'science' overrides medical freedom

Wow, the 2016 Presidential race is getting more bizarre by the day, it seems, and the latest example of people wandering off into la la land is found in libertarian party candidate Gary Johnson. He just announced that whatever chemicals and viral strains the corrupt, scientifically incompetent federal government decides should be injected into your children must be obediently accepted by parents or they should face arrest, imprisonment or gunpoint enforcement.

Gary Johnson, in other words, has just had official immunization science "splained" to him and has now surrendered the entire idea of liberty upon which the libertarian party was founded. Suddenly, your human rights -- medical choice rights -- are no longer considered inalienable by Gary Johnson, who believes that people should be forced against their will to be injected with toxic substances linked to comas, seizures, autism, cancer, neurological disorders, paralyzation and even death.

Aug 26 07:25

Couple made billions by hoarding California's fragile, drought-stricken water supply

In fact, the Resnicks use around 120 billion gallons of water each year, and through clever manipulation and political muscle they have managed to acquire the rights to use this water – much of which is actually paid for by taxpayers.

Aug 26 07:18

Monsanto unleashes new GMO crops that requires use of toxic, unapproved herbicide

These weed killers are specially formulated to pair with genetically modified seeds made to be resistant and unaffected by them. However, as the weeds have gotten stronger and more resilient, Monstanto has had to make its herbicide products stronger as well, adding a chemical called dicamba.

Glyphosate and the weed killer products that contain it have faced quite a bit of controversy lately, and with good reason. The cancer research arm of the World Health Organization has linked the compound glyphosate with cancer in humans and other living beings. Dicamba is largely untested and not yet approved for use in the United States.

Aug 26 07:09

Drug companies spend millions to keep charging high prices

Of roughly $250 million raised for and against 17 ballot measures coming before California voters in November, more than a quarter of that amount — about $70 million — has been contributed by deep-pocketed drug companies to defeat the state’s Drug Price Relief Act.

Aug 26 06:52

No Pop: Free Beacon Special Report reveals Hillary Clinton's pickle-jar opening was a FRAUD

Aug 26 06:52

No Pop: Free Beacon Special Report reveals Hillary Clinton's pickle-jar opening was a FRAUD

Aug 25 15:54

Discarded Coffee Grounds Represent A Natural Source of Antioxidant Nutrients

By Mae Chan

Loss and wastage occurs on all steps in the food supply chain. About two kilograms of wet spent coffee grounds are produced for every kilogram of instant coffee made, which constitutes to about six million tonnes each year globally.

While uses in biofuels, composts, animal feed and enzymes have been explored, researchers from Madrid say there is now an increasing interest in food and health uses for the by-product...

Aug 25 15:40

New Study Finds Living Near a Fracking Site Is Tied to Migraines and Fatigue

By Danielle Filson

New research indicates that living near a natural gas hydraulic fracturing site is associated with increased rates of sinus problems, migraines and fatigue in Pennsylvania residents – a state that has over 9,700 fracking wells...

Aug 25 13:30

CNN Yesterday: Hillary Health Concerns 'Sexist'; CNN Today: Questions Trump's Health

New CNN political analyst Kirsten Powers says questioning Hillary Clinton‘s health has “an element of sexism to it.”

Powers, a former Democratic strategist who just came to CNN following a long stint as a Fox News contributor, told “New Day” co-host Alisyn Camerota that there’s nothing to indicate the Democratic presidential nominee is not in good health.

“Honestly, I think there’s an element of sexism to this,” Powers said. “The way that they’ve talked about her, you know, the way you watch Drudge [Report] posting things about granny and grandma.

Aug 25 13:02

Society News Doctors Sue Obama Administration for Forcing Them to Perform Gender Transition Procedures

Five states and a group of religiously-affiliated hospitals and physicians are suing the Obama administration over a federal mandate that forces doctors to perform gender transition procedures on adults and children against their medical judgment.

The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in a Texas federal court, attempts to roll back a rule imposed by the Department of Health and Human Services in May that expanded the interpretation of “sex” under the Affordable Care Act to include “gender identity.”

In doing so, the Obama administration added transgender people to the list of protected classes under the Affordable Care Act, which states that individuals can’t be denied certain federally-funded health benefits because of their “race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.”

The move was part of a broader push by President Barack Obama to further transgender rights in the U.S.

Aug 25 11:22

WikiLeaks Just Dropped Bombshell About Hillary’s Health… The Truth, REVEALED!

First we learned, Hillary Clinton reached out to the NFL Commissioner in 2012 to ask for advice about dealing with her “cracked head” and head injuries.

But the details are even worse than that. It has been confirmed that the State Department staff, under Hillary Clinton, was told to research new drugs to treat Parkinson’s disease.

Just why would a government employee at Hillary’s State Department be researching this topic? Wikileaks reports, you decide:

Aug 25 10:23

Dry Planet: NASA Claims No Liquid Water on Mars

Dark gullies on Mars earlier believed by NASA to be an indicator of the presence of liquid water on the Red Planet appear to contain as much moisture as the driest of Earth’s deserts -- in other words, almost none, according to new research based on observations by the agency’s Mars Odyssey mission.

Webmaster's Commentary: 


Liquid water was photographed on the surface of Mars by the rover Opportunity back in 2004.

I'll tell you why NASA keeps whipping back on forth on the issue of water (and life) on Mars. It's to keep the funding flowing! Once NASA says definitively that there is water (or life) on Mars, funding (other than to promote human-caused global warming) will be slashed.

Aug 25 10:15

Company Gouging Price Of EpiPens Is A Clinton Foundation Donor And Partner

The Clinton Foundation partnered with Mylan at a time when it was raising prices on the EpiPen, which had been distributed by Merck.

Ironically, the company partnered in 2009 with the Clinton Foundation to provide a lower-cost alternative for four HIV drugs. Clinton Foundation records show that Mylan has donated between $100,000 and $250,000 to the Foundation. It is not clear when the donation was made, but it likely corresponded with the 2009 partnership.

Aug 25 10:11

Myanmar Earthquake Damages Ancient Temples

Aug 25 09:49

Voyager 2's closest Saturn swoop was 35 years ago today

Only Cassini's been there since, V'ger 2 is now 15 light-hours away

Webmaster addition: And now I feel reeeeeeeeeeally old. :(

Aug 25 09:49

Dakota Access Pipeline Tensions Grow Increasingly Hostile As Officials Cut Off Water Supply, Arrest Dozens

An ongoing protest by Native American members of the Standing Rock tribe, intended to halt the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, got a little celebrity "love" today in Washington D.C. as Bernie supporter, Susan Sarandon, and friends decided to swing by to show their support. In July, the environmental group Earthjustice filed a lawsuit (included in its entirety at the end of this post) on behalf of the Standing Rock tribe, seeking an injunction against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which authorized the pipeline's construction. Judge James E. Boarsberg heard arguments in the case today but did not offer a ruling instead saying he would issue his opinion by September 9th with an appeal hearing set for September 14th.

Aug 25 09:34

Microsoft Excel blamed for gene study errors

Researchers trying to raise awareness of the issue claim that the spreadsheet software automatically converts the names of certain genes into dates.

Gene symbols like SEPT2 (Septin 2) were found to be altered to "September 2".

...

The researchers claimed the problem is present in "approximately one-fifth of papers" that collated data in Excel documents.

The trio, writing for the Melbourne-based academic institute Baker IDI, scanned 3,597 published scientific papers to conduct their study.

They found 704 of those papers contained gene name errors created by Excel.

Aug 25 09:17

EpiPen maker’s stock value plunges nearly $3 billion as investors panic

Mylan Pharmaceuticals — the company that makes the EpiPen rescue device — has watched its stock value plummet over the last five days as panicky investors jump ship.

According to U.S. Uncut, outrage over Mylan’s decision to jack up the price of the EpiPen has spooked shareholders, whose departures have reduced the value of Mylan stock by 12.4 percent. On August 19, Mylan stocks went from $49.20 per share to $43.11 on August 24, a net loss of nearly $3 billion for the company.

The EpiPen is a popular rescue device for food allergy sufferers who run the risk of anaphylaxis — a potentially lethal reaction to allergen exposure. The device rapidly delivers a dose of epinephrine to the system, which for severe allergy sufferers can mean the difference between life and death.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Couldn't happen to a more deserving pharmaceutical company!

To put a life-saving device out of the financial reach of those who desperately need it by jacking up the price astronomically is just completely, morally wrong.

Aug 25 09:00

THERE IS A MAINSTREAM MEDIA CONSPIRACY TO HIDE HILLARY CLINTON’S RAPIDLY FAILING HEALTH

Over the past couple of weeks this has become a major issue, and the mainstream media is actively conspiring with the Clinton campaign in a desperate attempt to cover up the truth. For example, the Washington Post, which has essentially become a mouthpiece for the Clinton campaign at this point, has been publishing an article “debunking” claims about Clinton’s health almost every day recently. One of their headlines that really caught my attention was “Don’t believe everything you read about Hillary Clinton’s health on Google“. By the way, there were three Hillary Clinton campaign ads on that one page alone. But CNN took things to an entirely new level this week when it published an article entitled “Clinton’s health is fine, but what about Trump?” I was so flabbergasted by that headline that my wife came into my office to see what all of the commotion was about. No, Hillary Clinton’s health is not “fine”, and we will get to that later in this article.

Aug 25 08:41

It’s 10pm, Do You Know Where Your Children Are Posting? Probably Not, Study Finds

Is Instagram replacing sneaking out of your room? Probably not, but parents wouldn’t be any the wiser if it were. A new study on teen internet use finds most parents are blissfully ignorant of their children’s social media activity.

The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) found that the majority of parents have no idea what their children are doing online. A study released on Tuesday claims that 60 percent of teenagers with social media accounts made them without their parents’ permission. However, only 28 percent of parents believed their children would ever do such a thing.

Aug 25 08:20

BEXALERT!: Boats Estimated to Come About 300 Yards Away From Destroyer

The US Navy just jumped the Shark!

While presenting the moves as “an interception” and “unsafe and unprofessional,” the video footage showed the speedboats barely visible in the distance, before zooming in to present them as somewhat larger, blurrier shapes in the distance.

Aug 25 08:12

A THIRD OF AMERICANS “WILL HAVE ONLY ONE CHOICE” ON THEIR OBAMACARE PLAN NEXT YEAR

Everyone was forced onto Obamacare.

Now, it is collapsing… by design.

Sadly, this was the plan all along – to completely socialize health care after the collapse of competition in this new government-backed monopoly market that represents approximately one-sixth of the entire U.S. economy.

A stinking scam to take the whole thing over – and our health with it.

But really… this is going to hurt a lot of Americans.

Aug 25 07:46

Women Nearly 3 Times Likely To Get Breast Cancer With Common Hormone Replacement Therapies

By Karen Foster

Scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research in London say the risks of taking the pills have been underestimated for years – and are actually 60 percent higher than thought.

The findings, based on a study of 39,000 British women tracked as they went through the menopause, will re-ignite a 20-year-old debate about the benefits and risks of taking HRT.

The research found women who took the combined form of HRT – which contains both oestrogen and progestogen – were 2.7 times more likely to develop breast cancer over five years than those who did not take the treatment...

Aug 25 06:26

United Nations Admits To Accidentally Releasing Cholera In Haiti, Killing 10,000 People

Waking Times Media

The United Nations has admitted responsibility for the 2010 cholera epidemic in Haiti which killed more than ten thousand people.

Aug 24 17:16

Media Horrified By Clinton Health Accusations, Treat Trump Health Accusations as Fair Game

Alright, so raising questions about Hillary Clinton‘s health is terrible and those claims are “debunked.” However, raising questions about Donald Trump‘s health is just good-old fashioned “scrutiny”?

Aug 24 16:25

BU researcher creates images from single photons

“It’s natural to think of light intensity as a continuous quantity, but when you get down to very small amounts of light, then the underlying quantum nature of light becomes significant,” says Vivek Goyal, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at Boston University’s College of Engineering. “When you use the right kind of mathematical modeling for the detection of individual photons, you can make the leap to forming images of useful quality from extremely small amounts of detected light.”

Goyal’s study, “Photon-Efficient Imaging with a Single-Photon Camera,” was a collaboration with researchers at MIT and Politecnico di Milano. Funded by the National Science Foundation, it combined new image formation algorithms with the use of a single-photon camera to produce images from about one photon per pixel.

Aug 24 16:14

False Northern Lights alert issued to entire UK because of a lawnmower

An alert that the Northern Lights would be visible across all of Great Britain last night was wrongly issued because a sit-on lawnmower disturbed scientific instruments.

Subscribers to the AuroraWatch UK mailing list were sent a “Red Alert” yesterday; informing them that it would be possible to view the aurora borealis from anywhere in the UK.

Unfortunately, this extraordinary alert was withdrawn just four hours later when it was discovered that a groundskeeper driving a sit-on lawnmower had disturbed the readings of a local magnetometer.

Aug 24 16:02

Minor Childhood Head Injury Increases Chance Of Mental Health Problems, Early Death – Research

Mild childhood brain injuries could lead to mental illness, poor school attainment, unemployment and premature death, according to new research by Oxford University.

Aug 24 15:24

Questioning Hillary’s Health is Not Conspiracy Theory

What’s so amusing about the tactics of these self-important pundits is their willingness to do the exact same thing they demonize “fringe bloggers” of doing: playing doctor. Most of those rushing out to confidently ensure the public that everything is just fine and dandy with Hillary Clinton’s health lack any medical credentials. They’re just journalists and pundits who have decided Hillary is fine based on a two-page letter from internist Dr. Lisa Bardack. Does writing for the Washington Post or CNN make them the authority on Hillary Clinton’s health? Of course not. -- To highlight just how unquestioning and extremely biased much of the mainstream media really is, let’s take a look at what comes up as the top story when I search “Hillary health debunked.”

Aug 24 15:19

The Siberian plague

In Russia's Far North, in the Yamalo-Nenets region, authorities have been fighting an outbreak of the Siberian plague, which is called anthrax in the West. More than 2,000 reindeer have died, and 90 local tribe members have been hospitalized, of which 53 are children. In the beginning of August, a 12-year old boy died in hospital. "Children were infected as a reuslt of traditional customs," said Anna Popova, head of Russia's public health watchdog, Rospotrebnadzor. Some families in Yamalo-Nenets still drink deer blood and eat raw meat. In accordance with tradition, children remove the reindeer veins with their teeth. "They make threads out of reindeer blood vessels," Popova explained. She added that it was impossible to avoid infection in such a situation. Private property, such as teepees, sleighs, clothes, and household items were burned in order to contain the infection. A massive vaccination campaign is underway in the region for both people and animals.

Aug 24 14:39

The Price Of The Life-Saving EpiPen Increased By More Than 450 Percent

Martin Shkreli became one of the most notorious people in the United States for hiking the price of a rarely used life-saving drug by 4,000 percent in September 2015. And nearly a year later, dozens of reports are now coming out about how Mylan Pharmaceuticals hiked the price of the very common life-saving EpiPen by over 450 percent since Mylan bought EpiPen in 2007.

Aug 24 14:18

ISS orbit raised by 2,3 km for docking with new Soyuz MS ship

According to the Mission Control, the maneuver was needed to create the ballistic conditions for the coming landing of the Souyz TMA-20M manned spacecraft and the following launch of the Soyuz MS-02 ship. The ISS orbital altitude drops gradually over time due to the Earth's gravitational pull and atmospheric drag. Periodic re-boosts adjust the ISS orbit. The landing of the Soyuz TMA-20M spacecraft, the last in this series, is planned for September 7. The ship will return to Earth Russian cosmonauts Alexei Ovchinin and Oleg Skripochka, as well as NASA astronaut Jeffrey N. Williams. The blastoff of the Soyuz MS-02 (second ship of a news series) is scheduled for September 23 from the Baikonur cosmodrome (Kazakhstan). This ship will bring to the ISS Russian cosmonauts Andrei Borisenko and Sergei Ryzhikov, as well as American astronaut Robert S. Kimbrough.

Aug 24 13:52

This Scientist DIED Way Early After Inventing This Microwave Weapon

New at Informed Dissent:

We stumbled upon the research of Dr. Leo J. Baranski, then working for North American Aviation, Inc. (a precursor to Boeing) on a microwave device targeting ATP, key to cellular energy in the body, with "resonant frequencies." Dr. Baranski found in animal studies that the depending upon the angle, this technology had the potential capability of doubling one's lifespan, or alternately, of killing an entire population.

Baranski's work with resonant frequencies and Unified Field Theory was cut short – and virtually memory holed. Baranski died a suspicious and untimely cancer death in 1971 at age 45.

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Aug 24 13:46

6.2 Earthquake Wrecks Central Italy, Kills At Least 120: “Town Doesn’t Exist Anymore”

Unfortunately, it was only a matter of time. Earthquake watchers have been observing the build up of pressure and worrying... and more events with larger magnitudes (7.1? 8.3? 9.0?) may be coming to an area near you!

The worst hit was the small town of Armatrice, with some 2,700 residents:

Caterpillar Radio2 reported “many collapses” in the town of Amatrice in the Rieti province.

“I’m trying to contact the services. The town doesn’t exist anymore,” he added.

Read more at SHTF

Aug 24 12:52

6.8 quake damages pagodas in Bagan, Myanmar

A powerful earthquake struck Myanmar on Wednesday killing at least three people and damaging nearly 100 ancient Buddhist pagodas in Bagan, a major tourist site.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Whole lotta shakin' going on!

Aug 24 12:51

Anti Vaccination Documentary To Be Made Illegal In California

A new bill up before the California legislature may see anti-vaccination film ‘Vaxxed’ banned in California.

As Vaxxed continues to attract large audiences all over the United States who learn about how the CDC buried key data showing a link between the MMR vaccine and autism – authorities in California have devised a way of burying the film forever.

. . . Now we have a bill, AB 1671, up before the California legislature. If it passes, it could make it a crime to screen Vaxxed or even write an article about it.

Aug 24 12:49

'They're the good guys': Pharma Bro Martin Shkreli backs EpiPen CEO who has hiked price of life-saving tool from $57 to $318 (and seen her salary jump from $2m to $19m)

Martin Shkreli - the 'Pharma Bro' who hiked the price of HIV medication Daraprim by 5,000 per cent - has defended Mylan for increasing the price of its EpiPens by 461 per cent.

Mylan is facing Congress scrutiny after it emerged the price of one of its pens - which are used to stop potentially fatal allergic reactions - had increased from $56.64 in 2007 to $317.82 in 2015.

'Mylan is the good guy,' Shkreli told CBS Tuesday. 'They had one product where they finally started making a little bit of money and everyone is going crazy over it.'

Aug 24 12:48

10 Amazing Health Benefits Of Papaya

Papaya [puh-PIE-yah] – here’s a fruit that could save you some money on supplements. It’s delicious, versatile and it does so much for your body. It has this much more vitamin C than...

Aug 24 09:25

Exposed! Florida Gov. Scott's Undisclosed Interest In 'Zika' Mosquito Control Company

Aug 24 08:49

Death toll expected to rise as 50 killed in devastating Italy earthquake

The death toll from a catastrophic earthquake in central Italy is expected to rise, local officials have said, as the number confirmed killed by the 6.2 magnitude quake increases to 50.

Aug 24 08:49

Airlander 10: World's largest aircraft crashes as it attempts to take to the sky

The bottom-shaped ship had been attempting its second flight when it ran into problems

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Even without the Hindenburg, airship disasters like the Shenandoah are a reminder of why this method of air travel is a bad idea!

Aug 24 07:56

Our World: Soros’s campaign of global chaos

The Jerusalem Post just came out against Soros!
Israel is backing away from the Darkside!

The first thing that we see is the megalomaniacal nature of Soros’s philanthropic project. No corner of the globe is unaffected by his efforts. No policy area is left untouched.

On the surface, the vast number of groups and people he supports seem unrelated. After all, what does climate change have to do with illegal African immigration to Israel? What does Occupy Wall Street have to do with Greek immigration policies? But the fact is that Soros-backed projects share basic common attributes.

They all work to weaken the ability of national and local authorities in Western democracies to uphold the laws and values of their nations and communities.

Aug 24 05:24

The film Vaxxed could be outlawed in California, if this bill passes

“Let’s see, Mr. Reporter. You received an undercover recording of a medical researcher confessing his crimes. You posted the recording and wrote about it. You’re the one who is guilty of a crime. Next case!”

Aug 23 22:55

Speaker: Russia Continues Anti-Terrorism Flights from Iran's Western Airbase

Putin fakes left,then he fakes right to Iran and tucks it in and goes up the middle. They are playing mind games with some razzle dazzle.
Make war by Deception.

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani announced that the country's airbase in Hamadan is still being used by the Russian fighter jets to conduct anti-terrorism flights in Syria.

Aug 23 21:57

Insulin price spike leaves diabetes patients in crisis

A massive spike in insulin prices is causing a health crisis for millions of diabetes patients who depend on the lifesaving drug, doctors say.

Now, after years of rapid increases having nothing to do with available supply and not matched elsewhere in the world, those in the U.S. insulin supply chain are blaming each other.

Aug 23 21:49

HOMELESS CAMPS POPPING UP THROUGHOUT FRESNO COUNTY

A homeless camp just outside the city limits is full of people who said they have no place else to go. Fresno County Supervisor Henry Perea said the homeless are being driven into areas in the county because of the City of Fresno's homeless crackdown.

Aug 23 21:46

QUAKE IN ITALY DEVASTATES SMALL TOWN, MAYOR SAYS "THE TOWN ISN'T HERE ANYMORE"

Updated 1 min ago
ROME -- A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck central Italy early Wednesday, levelling buildings in several towns as residents slept. The mayor of hard-hit Amatrice says a family of four is trapped under debris without any signs of life and that "The town isn't here anymore."

Aug 23 21:44

There is snow on Pikes Peak!

KUSA - Welcome to August in Colorado.

While highs reached 81 degrees in Denver Tuesday, on Pikes Peak, there was snow.

Aug 23 19:03

The Beloved Orangutan is Being Wiped Out by Corporate Greed

Waking Times

A public statement to the world by International Animal Rescue (IAR) issues the warning that unless effective action is taking to protect their natural habitats, orangutans face worldwide extinction within ten years. Recently, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) officially listed the Bornean orangutan as a critically endangered species as a result of the devastation of Indonesian rainforests, of which a staggering 25% have been leveled in recent decades.

Aug 23 18:56

Pesticide Used to Combat Zika-Carrying Mosquitoes in Florida Linked to Autism

Waking Times Media

Is pesticide spraying to kill mosquitoes causing autism? In the least, the government is spraying larvicides with great impunity in many neighborhoods throughout the U.S. in order to ‘combat Zika’ and other diseases said to be caused by mosquitoes. Little is known of the true ramifications for such hackneyed actions, but one study suggests that in places where mosquito pesticides are sprayed, a 25 percent increase in autism results.

Aug 23 17:03

20% of scientific papers on genes contain gene name conversion errors caused by Excel

According to three scientists, Mark Ziemann, Yotam Eren, and Assam El-Osta, Microsoft Excel has trouble converting gene names. In the scientific article, titled “Gene name errors are widespread in the scientific literature,” article’s abstract section, the scientists explain:

“The spreadsheet software Microsoft Excel, when used with default settings, is known to convert gene names to dates and floating-point numbers. A programmatic scan of leading genomics journals reveals that approximately one-fifth of papers with supplementary Excel gene lists contain erroneous gene name conversions.”

Aug 23 12:13

Back Online: NASA Reestablishes Contact With Sun-Watching Spacecraft

NASA has reestablished contact with its sun-watching Stereo-B spacecraft after communication was lost almost two years ago. It’s one of two spacecraft that over the course of their lifetimes have been viewing the sun from points opposite from Earth.

Aug 23 10:43

Urinary Problems in Parkinson's Disease

YUP! She has Parkinson's or something very similar. If she has that catheter she is really far along with the disease. She will never last 4 years let alone 8. I don't think the country could take it either!

People with PD may have problems holding and or eliminating urine.

Aug 23 10:20

FLINT 2.0? INDIANA RESIDENTS SUDDENLY EVICTED AFTER DECADES OF LEAD, ARSENIC CONTAMINATION

After decades of nearby industrial pollution, residents of the West Calumet Housing Complex in East Chicago, Indiana, were abruptly warned that they must vacate their homes for demolition given hazardous levels of lead and arsenic in the soil.

More than 1,000 residents of the 346-unit public housing complex were told last month by the city of East Chicago that they must find new housing, as the city planned to demolish all dwellings in the complex. Just days before, the city said residents would only have to temporarily relocate based on a US Environmental Protection Agency finding that soil around the complex contained toxic levels of lead and arsenic since at least 2014. Plans to remove the soil dated back to 2012.

"Somebody dropped the ball somewhere," state Sen. Lonnie Randolph of East Chicago told the Associated Press of shock among residents as warnings of toxicity rapidly escalated. "Maybe it was intentional, or maybe by mistake. Maybe it was negligence."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

All city and county officials who allowed this toxic build-up in this area to happen, and to linger, should be tried, convicted, and serve hard time, as a lesson for any city or country official in this country even thinking about ignoring water quality.

Everyone who lived in the affected area should be tested for lead poisoning, and immediately. Through various treatments, you can get rid of lead in the system, but the damage done to young children is irreversible.

Aug 23 10:14

GAZA MAN INVENTS SOLAR POWERED WATER PURIFICATION TANK FOR WAR-TORN TOWN

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has left almost 90 percent of the water supply unfit for people to drink. Fayez al-Hindi has devised a homemade water desalinization setup that is helping to solve the water crisis, though, as some Gaza residents face running out of water in mere months. It runs on solar power and a little ingenuity.

Three years of jets bombing the Gaza strip have left the territory’s water infrastructure extremely unstable. Both reservoirs above ground and below have been damaged, so even when it rains, the water is often contaminated, and made unfit to drink. More than $34 million dollars’ worth of damage has been done to Gaza’s water infrastructure.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

WOW! Talk about ingenuity!! Bravo to this guy for having come up with a simple, elegant solution for creating clean water.

Aug 23 09:42

Big Biotech Looks to Make Third World Into West’s Genetically Modified Bread Basket

By Chris “Kikila” Perrin

GMOs (or Genetically Modified Organisms) — perhaps one of the sacred cow topics of anti-neoliberal, anti-globalization activist discourse, they are as confusingly scientific as vaccines and carry with them just as fervent criticism and defense.

For the most part, some of the suggested benefits of GMOs have fallen flat: Corporate claims that genetically modified crops provide an easy solution to the problem of world hunger have proven to be unsubstantiated, and the only positive results that GM crops tend to produce directly are those related to the wealth/poverty gap. Problematically, the biotech corporations that have created GM crops find refuge in the Global South — or so-called Third World — where corrupt governments appear happy to receive international money in exchange for turning their fields and populations into laboratories...

Aug 23 09:29

Gay people not 'born that way,' sexual orientation not fixed – US study

A cross-discipline study has challenged the belief that human sexuality and gender identity are determined by biology and remain fixed, saying that there is no scientific proof of this. The study cautioned against drastic medical treatment for transgender children.

Aug 23 09:00

DRUG AND DEVICE MAKERS PAY THOUSANDS OF DOCS WITH DISCIPLINARY RECORDS

Pharmaceutical and medical device companies are continuing to pay doctors as promotional speakers and expert advisers even after they’ve been disciplined for serious misconduct, according to an analysis by ProPublica.

One such company is medical device maker Stryker Corp.

In June 2015, New York’s Board for Professional Medical Conduct accused orthopedic surgeon Alexios Apazidis of improperly prescribing pain medications to 28 of his patients. The board fined him $50,000 and placed him on three years’ probation, requiring that a monitor keep an eye on his practice.

Despite this, Stryker paid Apazidis more than $14,000 in consulting fees, plus travel expenses, in the last half of 2015.

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Pharmaceutical and medical device companies are continuing to pay doctors as promotional speakers and expert advisers even after they’ve been disciplined for serious misconduct, according to an analysis by ProPublica.

One such company is medical device maker Stryker Corp.

In June 2015, New York’s Board for Professional Medical Conduct accused orthopedic surgeon Alexios Apazidis of improperly prescribing pain medications to 28 of his patients. The board fined him $50,000 and placed him on three years’ probation, requiring that a monitor keep an eye on his practice.

Despite this, Stryker paid Apazidis more than $14,000 in consulting fees, plus travel expenses, in the last half of 2015.

Stryker also paid another orthopedic surgeon, Mohammad Diab of San Francisco, more than $16,000 for consulting and travel, even though California’s medical board had disciplined him for having a two-year-long inappropriate sexual relationship with a patient, whose two children he also treated. He was suspended from practice for 60 days, required to seek psychological treatment and given seven years’ probation. He is still required to have a third party present while seeing female patients.

Neither Apazidis or Diab returned emails or calls seeking comment.

Aug 23 08:46

Air bubbles trapped in rock 800 MILLION years ago reveal oxygen levels spiked on Earth earlier than thought

It may not smell so fresh, but ancient air trapped in rock salt millions of years ago is revealing what prehistoric Earth’s atmosphere was like.

Researchers believe that pockets of air trapped inside crystals of the humble mineral as they formed may provide new insight into exactly when the conditions came about for life to flourish on the planet.

They claim that the approach provides the first direct measurements of the ancient atmosphere and suggests the oxygen boost which led to an explosion of life in the Cambrian period may have occurred far earlier than previously thought.

Aug 23 08:10

The film Vaxxed could be outlawed in California, if this bill passes

The shocking film Vaxxed (trailer) is drawing audiences all over the country. It details the confessions of a CDC researcher, William Thompson, who states that he and his colleagues buried data in a key study on the MMR vaccine.

In the study, the vaccine was given a free pass, with assurances that it didn’t increase the risk of autism in children—when, in fact, the data showed it did increase that risk.

***The key moments in Vaxxed are audio recordings of CDC researcher Thompson confessing his sins.

But wait. Now we have a bill, AB 1671, up before the California legislature. If it passes, it could make it a crime to screen Vaxxed or even write an article about it.

Those recordings of Thompson could be labeled “undercover,” and “illegal,” and therefore make them the target of AB 1671.

Aug 23 07:31

BEX ALERT - 'Oh my God, there's nothing there!' Jimmy Kimmel jokes Hillary Clinton has no pulse and asks her to open a jar of pickles to prove she's in good health as they mock Trump's 'wacky' strategy 

Clinton stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday to prove she's in good health by opening a jar of pickles

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Turn up the volume when Hillary opens that pickle jar. The "pop" sound of the broken vaccuum is not there, proving the jar has already been opened to make it easier for Hillary to unscrew it!

Aug 23 07:14

WIKILEAKS E-MAILS: HILLARY LOOKED INTO PARKINSON’S DRUG AFTER SUFFERING FROM “DECISION FATIGUE”

In a separate email sent two months later, Hillary received information from her top foreign policy advisor Jacob Sullivan about a drug called Provigil (Modafinil), which is used to treat “excessive sleepiness in patients with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and multiple sclerosis,” as well as “excessive sleepiness caused by narcolepsy”.

Aug 23 07:05

Get ready for the great American eclipse! Preparations begin for first totality only visible in the US since the country was founded in 1776

It will be the first total eclipse visible only in the USA since the country was founded in 1776.
Billed as 'the biggest and best solar eclipse in American history', it will not arrive for a year - but organisers say already thousands of places have been reserved to watch the 'Great American Eclipse'.

Aug 23 06:52

Glyphosate causing cancer, claims mass lawsuits

Roundup weed-killer and others that contain glyphosate comprise the most widely used herbicides in the world. However, the World Health Organization has been referring to glyphosate as a “probable human carcinogen” since 2015.

Recent testing has found that this toxic chemical was present in the urine of a staggering 93 percent of persons tested. Children have the highest levels of glyphosate, and higher amounts are generally found in agricultural areas like the Midwest and Western United States.

Aug 23 06:48

Brazil Health Officials: Zika Virus Is NOT Responsible For Rise In Birth Defects, It’s Something Else

The virus may be linked to the birth defect called microcephaly, but while Zika has been spreading at extremely high rates throughout Brazil, microcephaly has not.

“We suspect that something more than Zika virus is causing the high intensity and severity of cases,”explains Dr. Fatima Marinho, Director of Information and Health Analysis at Brazil’s Ministry of Health.

Here are some facts you should know:

Aug 23 05:30

Cornell University student exposes his own university’s pro-GMO corruption in shocking open letter

My name is Robert, and I am a Cornell University undergraduate student. However, I’m not sure if I want to be one any more. Allow me to explain.

Aug 22 20:29

2,500 Native Americans Successfully Block Oil Pipeline Construction — State of Emergency Declared

Waking Times Media

Last week, a few dozen Native Americans showed up to protest the $3.8 billion, 1,172-mile-long pipeline that would cross right through their sacred land. As word spread, however, the few dozen turned into more than 2,500 native Americans. Because of the large turnout, a brief victory ensued for the people after the developers of the four-state oil pipeline agreed to halt construction until after a federal hearing in the coming week.

Aug 22 18:39

Chinese Scientists Study Viability Of Manned Radar Station On The Moon

China has commissioned a group of scientists to study the feasibility of building a manned radar station on the moon, but many experts on the mainland have questioned the potentially massive cost of the project and the usefulness of building such a base.

The government project was launched earlier this year and received kick-start funding of 16 million yuan (HK$18.7 million) from the National Natural Science Foundation of China, according to its website.

Aug 22 15:21

Gaza Man Invents Solar Powered Water Purification Tank for War-Torn Town

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has left almost 90 percent of the water supply unfit for people to drink. Fayez al-Hindi has devised a homemade water desalinization setup that is helping to solve the water crisis, though, as some Gaza residents face running out of water in mere months. It runs on solar power and a little ingenuity. Three years of jets bombing the Gaza strip have left the territory’s water infrastructure extremely unstable. Both reservoirs above ground and below have been damaged, so even when it rains, the water is often contaminated, and made unfit to drink. More than $34 million dollars’ worth of damage has been done to Gaza’s water infrastructure.

Aug 22 13:52

Zika And Microcephaly – Someone Got Their Dates Mixed Up

After reading numerous reports regarding the Zika virus circulating in the mainstream and alternative media, the question must be asked, “Why is everyone clambering to blame Zika for the cases of Microcephaly that have been occurring?” Before making such a knee-jerk reaction, a number of facts must first be considered. The first…

Aug 22 09:35

40 Amazing Health Benefits Of Lavender Essential Oil

There is an oft-told story that highlights just one of the profound healing benefits of lavender essential oil. In 1910 French chemist and scholar René-Maurice Gattefossé burnt his hand during an experiment. He thrust his hand into the nearest vat of liquid but it was lavender oil...Later he helped WW1 soldiers...

Anti-anxiety, antidepressant, insomnia...

Aug 22 09:31

Pesticides sprayed to fight Zika may be more harmful than Zika

The number of Zika cases spread by mosquito bites in Florida has risen to 25, and with the number expected to rise further, airplanes have been flying over Miami spraying naled, a neurotoxic insecticide which kills adult mosquitoes. Some scientists are warning that naled may be more dangerous than the Zika virus itself.

Aug 22 09:29

Sexist Cannabis: Marijuana Relieves Pain For Men, Not Women – Study

Women don’t experience the same pain relief from Marijuana as men, a new study stipulates.

Animal studies have previously indicated that males and females may feel the effects of marijuana in different ways, and now the first study into the differing pain-relief the drug has on human male and female recreational smokers, has found that men do, in fact, receive greater relief than women.

Aug 22 08:49

Study: Women Who Surround Themselves With Nature Live Longer

By Amanda Froelich

Researchers have already confirmed that spending time in nature reduces stress and that living near trees is beneficial for your health and wallet. Now, a new study concludes that women who surround themselves with vegetation are likely to live longer lives.

The study, published in Environmental Health Perspectives, was conducted by researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital...

Aug 22 08:22

SECRET SERVICE AGENT Says Hillary Has Parkinson’s Disease…Has Trouble Walking…Flashing Lights, Strobes Cause Seizures

“When in public, Hillary smiles and acts graciously,” Kessler explains. “As soon as the cameras are gone, her angry personality, nastiness, and imperiousness become evident.”
He adds: “Hillary Clinton can make Richard Nixon look like Mahatma Gandhi.”

Hillary’s horrible treatment of her Secret Service detail is now coming back to bite her, as agents are eager to tell the truth about her poor health and how they’ve been working to keep it a secret for quite some time.

It turns out that the Secret Service is the source of leaks on Hillary’s rapidly deteriorating health.

Aug 22 07:02

2,500 Native Americans Successfully Block Oil Pipeline Construction — State of Emergency Declared

Last week, a few dozen Native Americans showed up to protest the $3.8 billion, 1,172-mile-long pipeline that would cross right through their sacred land. As word spread, however, the few dozen turned into more than 2,500 native Americans. Because of the large turnout, a brief victory ensued for the people after the developers of the four-state oil pipeline agreed to halt construction until after a federal hearing in the coming week.

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Aug 22 06:59

Home Office backed secret drug trials on ‘irritable & restless’ children

Home Office employees approved plans to carry out experimental drug trials on children at two schools for disruptive teenagers in the 1960s, newly-declassified documents reveal.

Government psychiatrists gave the green light to testing new behavior-modifying drugs on boys at Richmond Hill Approved School in North Yorkshire and girls at Springhead Park Approved School in Rothwell, near Leeds.

The boys, aged 15 and above, were given an anticonvulsant drug in a bid to control their behavior.

Aug 22 06:36

Scott Adams: Is It My Imagination, or Is Hillary Nowhere to Be Seen?

Scott Adams began this Periscope broadcast by asking, “Is it my imagination, or is Hillary nowhere to be seen?” Then, he asked for a [virtual] show of hands from the Periscope participants who too feel that Trump seems to be running unopposed as Scott has been predicting since last year. There were many responses in agreement. Were there too many?

This is the only time that the Periscope comments do not show in the playback. Was that glitch?

In this broadcast, Scott talks about:

- Trump possibly temporarily declaring U.S. post offices as Mexican embassies and offering illegal Mexican immigrants the opportunity to officially apply to reenter the country legally (or for deportation)

- Because of the internet, Trump will be the first direct-democracy president

- Hillary Clinton’s health

- Media jumping the shark over Trump’s regret speech

- The public’s fear of answering polls honestly

Aug 21 22:55

Athens presses German reparations bid

Alternate Foreign Minister Nikos Xydakis emphasized over the weekend that Athens will push its demands for wartime reparations from Germany, despite the insistence by Berlin that the matter has been resolved, noting that the issue is primarily a moral one for the Greek government.

Aug 21 20:27

The REAL M1 Abrams! Chapter 1: Overview

Works against 3rd world army's with 1950's tech. Against the big boys....not so good!

Uploaded on Dec 5, 2009
The M1 Abrams MBT is by far the most overrated tank of all time.

It's the world's most expensive and cumbersome tank, it costs more than any of it's contemporaries, and yet it's compat results fall well short of it's predecessors and contemporaries.

Yet, it's the most popular tank ever built.

This series will reveal the truth behind one of the worst tanks ever built. Namely, what it can and can't do (there's a LOT more of the latter), how and why it became what it is, how it compares to the other tanks out there, and more.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ePvNlfrxfw

Aug 21 19:55

Government Advises Airlines to Spray Pesticides on Passengers

Waking Times

Have you ever felt sick after flying, only to assume it’s jetlag or a virus you picked up from another passenger? Well, think again! You might have been exposed to an insecticide, pesticides or other toxic chemicals – deliberately used by airline staff.

Aug 21 19:54

Colin Powell Says Hillary Clinton's 'People Have Been Trying to Pin' Email Scandal on Him

Hillary Clinton's email scandal continues.

On Friday, the New York Times reported that Clinton told FBI officials former Secretary of State Colin Powell had advised her to use a personal email account while she held the Secretary of State office herself.

"Her people have been trying to pin it on me," Powell, 79, told PEOPLE Saturday night at the Apollo in the Hamptons 2016 Night of Legends fête in East Hampton, New York.

Aug 21 19:48

Cop Shoots and Kills Unarmed Deaf, Mute Man as He Tries to Communicate Using Sign Language

Charlotte, NC — A community and family is mourning the loss of Daniel Kevin Harris, whose life was taken this week by a State Trooper who apparently fears sign language. Harris, who is deaf and mute, was gunned down in front of his house.

Aug 21 19:45

Uncontacted Tribes Facing Extinction in Massive Amazonian Forest Fires

Waking Times

Already facing extinction from illegal logging, deforestation, the invasion of oil companies and colonization, uncontacted members of the Awá tribe living for centuries on the edge Brazil’s Amazon are now facing another serious threat to their survival as uncontrollable forest fires devour thousands of acres of pre-Amazon forest in their area.

Aug 21 17:36

Government Tried To Stop This Family From Growing Food On Their Lawn And This Happened

Are Americans losing their right to grow their own food peacefully on private property? Check out this video where these happy-go-lucky homeowners-turned-vegetable-farmers explain how their city threatened to fine them $500 per day if they didn’t uproot their well-manicured, fruitful garden of goodies. While it would have been easy to cower under the pressure of the civic strong-arming, the couple realized that they weren’t just fighting to keep their own garden; they were fighting for everybody’s right to grow their own food.

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