Jan 28 14:31

GMO Imports Causing Unapproved “Mystery GMO Plants” to Invade Ecosystems

Emerging as the world’s second largest importer of GMO crops, South Korea seems to be a big believer in feeding its citizens GMOs. Oddly enough, though, the country already has a government ban on their cultivation – likely as a means to protect its land from potential GMO dangers while still ‘benefiting’ from GMO foods.

Jan 28 12:46

NAFTA probe of Alberta's tailings ponds blocked by Canada

Canada has blocked an investigation into Alberta's tailings ponds by NAFTA's environmental watchdog.

Representatives of the Canadian government, along with Mexico and the United States, on Tuesday passed a resolution behind closed doors to stop the Commission for Environmental Cooperation from looking into whether the federal government is failing to enforce the Fisheries Act.

Two environmental groups and three private citizens had asked the commission to investigate whether tailings ponds were leaking into nearby rivers and creeks in northern Alberta.

Jan 28 12:40

FLASHBACK 2008 - Bush Signs Bill To Take All Newborns' DNA

President Bush last week signed into law a bill which will see the federal government begin to screen the DNA of all newborn babies in the U.S. within six months, a move critics have described as the first step towards the establishment of a national DNA database.

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Even with all the computers the government can buy with your money, the reality is that they do not save all three billion pieces of your DNA. DNA taken from a person is distilled down to a much simpler form, using 13 "standard" STR loci selected by the FBI for CODIS, which is the National DNA database. This severe reduction leads to individuals having matching DNA profiles in the database! For a full and complete profile, each American is estimated to match 20 other Americans. For partial, or incomplete profiles, which are the norm for degraded DNA collected at a crime scene, the number of innocent matches jumps into the 100s! And if the crime scene DNA is actually a mixture of multiple individuals, the probability of a false conviction becomes large enough to be of concern.

But the propaganda is that DNA is infallible, and while that may be true for proving that a suspect was not at the scene of a crime, it is far from true for DNA results indicating guilt. This is over and above the well-documented history of the FBI crime lab falsifying their lab results.

Jan 28 12:09

Democrats who wrote Obamacare tell Supreme Court to reject lawsuit

The congressional Democrats involved in writing the Affordable Care Act told the Supreme Court on Wednesday that they intended for consumers in all states to be eligible for subsidies, and they argue that the law they drafted reflects that intention.

Opponents have challenged the Obama administration’s enforcement of the law, arguing that it only allows subsidies to be paid in states that set up their own exchanges, but not to customers in most of the country who use the federal exchange.

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TRANSLATION: "Yes, it's a flustercluck, but we meant well, so leave it alone!"

Jan 28 09:40

Revealed: Canadian spy program illustrates “giant x-ray machine over all our digital lives”

Latest revelation from Snowden archive shows CSE has been monitoring, analyzing, and tracking millions of people who utilize popular file-sharing websites

Jan 28 09:05

Why A Fake Article Titled "Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs?" Was Accepted By 17 Medical Journals

As a medical researcher at Harvard, Mark Shrime gets a very special kind of spam in his inbox: every day, he receives at least one request from an open-access medical journal promising to publish his research if he would only pay $500.

"You block one of them with your spam filter and immediately another one pops up," Shrime, an MD who is pursuing a PhD in health policy, tells me.

These emails are annoying, for sure, but Shrime was worried that there might be bigger issues at stake: What exactly are these journals publishing and who is taking these journals to be credible sources of medical information?

Shrime decided to see how easy it would be to publish an article. So he made one up. Like, he literally made one up.

Jan 28 08:47

More than 1m people with asthma may NOT have the condition and could be taking medication unnecessarily

More than a million people receiving treatment for asthma may have been misdiagnosed, experts warned today.

Almost a third of the 4.1m people treated for asthma in the UK did not show any 'clear evidence' of the incurable condition, according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) .

This means they may be receiving unnecessary treatment.

Jan 28 08:37

How fat is YOUR country - and which nations have the highest obesity rates These new maps may surprise you

You might think the U.S. is the most obese nation in the world - but if you do, you are wrong.
Soaring rates of obesity in the Pacific Islands, nations in the South Pacific Ocean east of Australia and Fiji, have shot to the top of the worldwide obesity scale.

Jan 28 08:30

A whole branch of science turns out to be fake

An open secret has been slowly bleeding out into public consciousness for the past ten years.


And along with that:

ALL SO-CALLED MENTAL DISORDERS ARE CONCOCTED, NAMED, LABELED, DESCRIBED, AND CATEGORIZED by a committee of psychiatrists, from menus of human behaviors.

Their findings are published in periodically updated editions of The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), printed by the American Psychiatric Association.

For years, even psychiatrists have been blowing the whistle on this hazy crazy process of “research.”

Jan 28 08:22

Flu shot hoax admitted: "No controlled trials demonstrating a decrease in influenza"

The flu shot is a fraud. But it's a fraud that's so deeply embedded in the delusional pro-vaccine culture of the pharma-controlled medical industry that even well-meaning doctors and pharmacists (who are otherwise very intelligent) fail to realize flu shots don't work. In fact, flu shot vaccine inserts openly admit there is no scientific evidence demonstrating flu shots work. See the vaccine insert photos below for proof.

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Jan 28 08:12

Winter Storm Juno Has Covered The East Coast In Snow (24 pics)

Winter storm Juno has dropped so much snow on the east coast in the United States that even New York City was ordered to stop all transportation.

Jan 28 08:08

Measles Transmitted By The Vaccinated, Gov. Researchers Confirm

A remarkable study reveals that a vaccinated individual not only can become infected with measles, but can spread it to others who are also vaccinated against it - doubly disproving two doses of MMR vaccine is "99% effective," as widely claimed.

Jan 28 08:04

Vaccines cause sudden death, proves document hidden by Big Pharma for two years

An Italian court has unearthed a formerly classified document that proves vaccines cause death, and that vaccine companies don't want you to know this. As published on the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) website, a 1,271-page report by British drug firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) reveals that certain combination vaccines administered to children are known to cause sudden death, but the company chose to obscure and conceal this in official safety reports.

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Another aspect of this scandal is that babies who are harmed by vaccines are claimed to suffer from "shaken baby syndrome" and parents have been sent to prison to cover up vaccine damage.

Jan 28 07:49

Ancient planets are almost as old as the universe: Five small planets orbit an 11.2 billion-year-old star, making them about 80 per cent as old as the universe itself. That means our galaxy started building rocky planets earlier than we thought.

The Old Ones were already ancient when the Earth was born. Five small planets orbit an 11.2 billion-year-old star, making them about 80 per cent as old as the universe itself. That means our galaxy started building rocky planets earlier than we thought.

Jan 27 20:42


This is the story of an ordinary man. He was among India’s poorest of poor. He decided, if those in power would not help his people, he would. This is a man who believed in the Do-It-Yourself spirit!Without pausing for a thought, he went ahead and did just that with his bare hands. This is the story of Dashrath Manjhi: the man who moved a mountain, so his people could reach a doctor in time.

Jan 27 17:31

6 Crazy Facts about the Toxins in Makeup

Just about all of us use some type of personal care product, but did you know that many of these items contain a slew of toxic compounds? Sometimes using a product simply to improve your appearance can do more harm than good. That’s why I want to go over these 6 crazy facts you might not know about your makeup.

Jan 27 13:14

Police State: Your Home Appliances Will Soon Be Remotely Controlled by the Government

The latest encroachment on our privacy and daily actions comes in the form of what is being called “smart grid” technology.

UK utility company Northern Powergrid Holdings Co. (which is owned by mega-billionaire Warren Buffett) is cooperating with Siemens AG towards a planned test of a smart grid which will be able, according to, “to control when consumer appliances will be used in the home.

Jan 27 12:30

Disney Land Employee’s Fully Covered by MMR Vaccine Still Contracted Measles

In a recent measles outbreak at the Disneyland amusement park in California, five theme park employees and 39 total patients have been reported as contracting the disease.

Seven individuals infected by the measles, who were fully vaccinated with the MMR vaccine, received the illness. Which means that even people who are fully vaccinated can carry the disease and spread it to others.

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Or someone at the pharmaceutical lab goofed and the MMR vaccine is CAUSING the illness!

Jan 27 12:29

GMO and Morgellons Disease

Little information has been revealed concerning the long-term health effects of GMO crops on humans or animals, and even less information can be had regarding research correlating Morgellons with GMO foods.

This is suspicious right off the bat, because it would seem that there would be a natural curiosity regarding a link between Genetically Modified Organisms that people ingest regularly and inorganic fibers that protrude from a person’s skin.

This would be right up a geneticist’s alley, and quite worthy of intensive research.

So, why aren’t there a ton of published studies?

Why is it so difficult finding anything related to this?

Could it be that companies such as Monsanto have enough clout to effectively squash these stories?

Jan 27 11:39

Ground Beef Soars To $6 Per Pound In Southern California

As fuel prices remain low, grocery prices continue to soar. Ground beef is $6 per lb. in So. Cal today, and that's for 15% fat - non organic! The USDA Economic Research Service, in their report Food Price Outlook, 2015 stated "Beef and veal prices continued to rise, increasing 18.7 percent year-over-year. Prices remain high, as the U.S. cattle inventory is currently at a historical low. While recent rains in the Southern Plains and Southwest have improved pasture conditions somewhat, the drought still continues in these regions. Most retail beef prices, on average, are also at record highs, even after adjusting for inflation. ERS predicts beef and veal prices will increase 5.0 to 6.0 percent in 2015."

Jan 27 10:55

NASA Scientists Mystified by White Spot on Ceres

A strange, flickering white blotch has been found on the dwarf planet Ceres, puzzling scientists.

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Warming up the Death Star? :)

Jan 27 10:15


"Flying animals can teach drones a thing or two" If the future involves drones crowding the sky, the machines will need sharp visual systems to work along with their wind sensors. Akin to Luke Skywalker’s speeder bike instinctively dodging trees on the forest moon of Endor, these drones must sense objects as they approach and dance around them.

Jan 27 10:08



Jan 27 09:32

Astronomers watch closest pass of a large asteroid until 2027: First images reveal space rock hurtling past Earth is so big it even has its own MOON

The images show the asteroid, which made its closest approach today (Jan. 26, 2015) at 8:19 a.m. PST (11:19 a.m. EST) at a distance of about 745,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers, or 3.1 times the distance from Earth to the moon), has its own small moon.

Jan 27 09:28

Flashback 2012 - "Holocaust, Hate Speech and Were the Germans so Stupid?" by Anthony Lawson

One quarter of a billion Europeans are currently under threat of legal action, should they express any doubts about this issue, and we have already seen the bizarre spectacle of a German lawyer, Sylvia Stoltz, being sent to jail for attempting to defend her client with regard to his views on the issue.

Questioning the details about an event is not denying that the event took place, but along with the so-called anti-Semitic charge, this is a constant mantra of those who are clearly trying to cover up the Zionist's rôle in, not only what happened to the Jews, but what happened to a whole lot of non-Jews during a conflict which, arguably, may never have happened had international Jewry not declared economic warfare on Germany in 1933.

Suppressing free and open discussion on any subject is as bad as telling lies, and knowingly suppressing the truth is the biggest lie of all, because it is based, not on a mistake or a genuine error, but on a deliberate intention to deceive.

Jan 27 09:20

Popular sleep remedies and hayfever pills 'increase risk of Alzheimer's by more than 50%'

Common over-the-counter hayfever pills could raise your risk of Alzheimer’s, warn researchers.

They found a link between dementia in older people and anticholinergic drugs, which include the antihistamines Benadryl and Piriton, as well as sleep remedy Nytol and some older antidepressants.

These medications affect the brain by blocking a key chemical messenger called acetylcholine, which has a range of functions in the body.

Jan 27 09:10

Flashback 2004 - "1933 Judea Declares War on Germany" - Dr Fredrick Toben

A journey back in time, Hosted by Dr.Fredrick Toben, this intriguing documentary shows a little-known fact of WWII in which Jews at one time declared war on Germany.

In response to this, many Jews were incarcerated in concentration camps, similar to what America did to the Japanese. Some Germans even claim that prior to the war's end when supply lines were cut and starvation and disease was rampant, Jews were treated more humanely than the Japanese in American internment camps.

See what such talk is based on. Many rare photographs, and some surprising footage showing the concentration camps as they are today.

Jan 27 09:01

New Study: Monsanto’s Herbicide Chemical Damages DNA

A new peer-reviewed scientific study has found that soybean workers exposed to glyphosate suffer from DNA damage and elevated cell death. Adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T) are the components of nucleic acid that make up DNA, and biotech is making these important parts of our biology a mash-up that no sane person would ever want to experience.

Jan 27 08:59

Pope Francis Explains How His Climate Change Encyclical Is Being Written

Pope Francis' highly anticipated Encyclical on Climate Change is already causing some controversy and is expected to cause ire among conservatives, who for the most part don't buy into the 'climate change' hysteria. During a press conference on a recent flight to the Philippines, Pope Francis revealed some little-known insight into how this encyclical is being written. He was also asked about the 'problem' of 'climate change' and when his encyclical will be issued.

Jan 27 08:59

5-Year-Old Girl Dies From Flu Despite Vaccination

A five-year-old girl has died in hospital three days after developing a strain of the flu that she was vaccinated against – as a deadly outbreak of the virus continues to sweep across the country.

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The obvious question is if the vaccine is actually causing the flu.

Jan 27 08:56

Flashback 2012 - "Auschwitz: Surprising Hidden Truth" by Dean Irebodd

Auschwitz—this is the infamous wartime camp in Poland where the Germans are said to have killed at least one million Jews in homicidal gas chambers, misusing the insecticide called "Zyklon B."

Auschwitz has become a buzzword for the Holocaust. It is said to have been the epicenter of this mother of all genocides. Here, the Germans are said to have employed their engineering ingenuity in order to mass murder their helpless victims in an industrial fashion with the highest efficiency possible. First they were shoved into chemical slaughter houses by the thousands, then their corpses were burned in rapid sequence in crematory ovens

But does that story stand up to scrutiny? This video looks into some of the common claims made by survivors about what happened at Auschwitz.

Jan 27 08:49

Flashback 1992 - "The Truth Behind the Gates of Auschwitz - by David Cole"

A young Jewish holocaust revisionist, posing as a believer, puts some hard questions to the senior curator of the Auschwitz State Museum.

After making this video, a "hit" was put out on Cole, and a reward for information on his whereabouts was issued by Irv Rubin (who years later, was arrested by the FBI for planning to kill a Lebanese-American Congressman.) Fearing assassination, Cole went into hiding.

Jan 27 08:26

Why wont Wal-Mart ice cream bars melt in 100 degree heat?

After testing the product more theroughly, Consumer Reports linked the slow melt time with the various gums that are injected into the ice cream

Jan 27 03:28

‘Snowiest decade’ on record

Meteorologist: 2010s officially the snowiest decade in the east coast in the NOAA record – surpassing the 1960s

Jan 27 03:17

A 5-Year-Old Girl Just Died of the Very Strain of Flu She Was Vaccinated Against

Cue the pro-vaccine crowd’s b.s. arguments as to why this is doesn’t matter and we should all keep taking the risk shooting up our children in the hopes this won’t happen to us.

Jan 26 20:30

NASA Scientists Mystified by White Spot on Ceres

NASA's Dawn spacecraft continues its approach to the dwarf planet Ceres for its planned mission. During this approach it has already snapped several images of this small planet located in the asteroid belt. And what these pictures have revealed has mystified scientists at NASA for weeks.

A strange, flickering white blotch has been found on the dwarf planet Ceres, puzzling scientists.

"Yes, we can confirm that it is something on Ceres that reflects more sunlight, but what that is remains a mystery," Mission Director and Chief Engineer for the Dawn mission, Marc Rayman says.

Currently, however, the Dawn spacecraft is too far away to provide any clearer images or study the strange phenomenon.

Jan 26 18:52

U.S. bird flu outbreak: Foster Farms quarantined, Canadian infected

Officials: 'Every bird at farm must be destroyed'

Jan 26 14:20

Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) Own Data Shows Links Between Vaccines and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

The CDC’s own research has found that the long denied vaccine-SIDS link is real.

If you believe the official pronouncements of top governmental health agencies like the CDC and FDA, all the vaccines in the present day schedule are a priori safe and effective.

Not only are you told that they can’t harm you, but that not taking them can kill you.

Parents are under even more pressure. They are told that refraining from vaccinating their infants or children will greatly increase their risk of dying or being disabled. Worse, they are increasingly labeled as ‘crazy’ and ‘irresponsible’ anti-vaccine zealots who are putting the lives of others in danger.

But what happens when the actual evidence from the scientific and clinical literature produced by these very agencies contradicts their own vaccine policies?

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Some of these deaths are covered up by accusing the parents pf shaken baby syndrome!

Jan 26 13:25

Pope Francis Gives Status Update On His Upcoming Climate Change Encyclical

During a press conference aboard a plane going to Manila, Philippines on January 15, Pope Francis was asked about the 'problem' of 'climate change' and when his encyclical will be issued. He replied, in part, "I don't know about entirely, but mainly, for the most part, it is human beings who abuse nature, constantly. We have in some sense begun to lord it over nature, sister earth, mother earth... I believe that man has gone too far. Thanks be to God, today many, many voices speak out about this: here I would mention my dear brother Bartholomaios, who has preached on this issue for years, for years. I have read many of his writings in preparing this encyclical..."

Jan 26 13:16

Engineering Discovery Brings Invisibility Closer To Reality

Since the beginning of recorded time, humans have used materials found in nature to improve their lot. Since the turn of this century, scientists have studied meta-materials, artificial materials engineered to bend electromagnetic, acoustic and other types of waves in ways not possible in nature.

Jan 26 13:14

Scientists Slow The Speed Of Light

A team of Scottish scientists has made light travel slower than the speed of light. They sent photons – individual particles of light – through a special mask. It changed the photons’ shape – and slowed them to less than light speed.

Jan 26 12:25

Public Water Fluoridation Being Challenged in Dallas

Activist Post

Regina Imburgia states,"Dallas Councilman Sheffie Kadane continues to repeat the basic truth about the water fluoridation issue in Dallas by stating, 'We have enough fluoride in the raw untreated water and we can save a million dollars for the city by voting no to the purchase of this chemical'”.

Sheffie states his concerns saying, ”This fluoride is not even pharmaceutical grade; it is a toxic by-product of industry”. On December 10, 2014 the vote was postponed to January 28, 2015, Sheffie explained why he wanted to postpone the vote to renew the contract to purchase the Hydrofluorosilicic Acid by saying, “It would give me more time to discuss with the entire council one on one”...

Jan 26 10:33

CDC's Own Data: Vaccine-Infant Death Link

But what happens when the actual evidence from the scientific and clinical literature produced by these very agencies contradicts their own vaccine policies?

This is exactly what has happened with the publication of a new study in the Journal of Pediatrics titled ,"Adverse Events following Haemophilus influenzae Type b Vaccines in the Vaccine Adverse Event ReportingSystem, 1990-2013," wherein CDC and FDA researchers identify 749 deaths linked to the administration of the Hib vaccine, 51% of which were sudden infant death linked to the administration of Hib vaccine.

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Jan 26 10:08

Crude Awakening – America’s Rivers Run Black

When all the water is poisoned, Americans will learn the hard way that you can’t drink money or profits, or turn back time because by then it will be too late to do anything about it. America is in for a crude awakening.

Jan 26 09:59

Utah proposes winter wood burning ban to improve air quality

The ban would eliminate solid fuel burning in fireplaces and wood/coal stoves from Nov. 1 to March 15

Jan 26 09:34

Research shows loss of pollinators increases risk of malnutrition and disease

A new study shows that more than half the people in some developing countries could become newly at risk for malnutrition if crop-pollinating animals — like bees — continue to decline.

Despite popular reports that pollinators are crucial for human nutritional health, no scientific studies have actually tested this claim — until now. The new research by scientists at the University of Vermont and Harvard University has, for the first time, connected what people actually eat in four developing countries to the pollination requirements of the crops that provide their food and nutrients...

Jan 26 09:28

Fracking Boom Expands Near Chaco Canyon, Threatens Navajo Ancestral Lands and People

Beneath a giant methane gas cloud recently identified by NASA, the oil and gas fracking industry is rapidly expanding in northwestern New Mexico. Flares that light up the night sky at drilling sites along the stretch of Route 550 that passes through the San Juan Basin, which sits on top of the oil rich Mancos Shale, are tell-tale indicators of the fracking boom.

Jan 26 09:15

CCHR - Antidepressants & Child Suicides: Candace's story

Jan 26 08:36

GMO Biotech Companies and Compliant Politicians: Infiltrating India Using Baseless Claims and Deception

A study of GMOs over a four-year plus period by India’s multi-party Parliamentary Standing Committee on Agriculture recommended a ban on GM food crops, stating they had no role in a country of small farmers.

The Supreme Court appointed Technical Expert Committee recommended an indefinite moratorium on the field trials of GM crops until the government devised a proper regulatory and safety mechanism.

Jan 26 08:03

H5N8 avian influenza confirmed in California turkey flock

The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic (HPAI) H5N8 avian influenza in a commercial turkey flock in Stanislaus County, California.

Jan 25 21:52

Hospital ‘death test’ will eventually decide if you will be treated or left to die

Health experts say new test will ‘save the hospital money’

Jan 25 20:08

Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against painful viral diseases

Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases.

But the move, if it goes ahead, would be unprecedented as modified DNA insects have never been so close to being set loose in a residential U.S. neighborhood before.

Jan 25 16:53

Flashback - Report: New York Governor’s Office Altered And Delayed Fracking Study

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration edited and delayed a fracking study commissioned by the state, according to a review by Capital New York.

The New York news outlet reported Monday that the Cuomo administration had altered a report on the natural gas extraction technique commonly referred to as fracking. The report was commissioned in 2011 and was “going to result in a number of politically inconvenient conclusions” for the governor. A comparison of the original draft of the report, which was put together by the U.S. Geological Survey, and the final version, showed that some of the original descriptions and mentions of fracking-related health and environmental risks were “played down or removed.”

Jan 25 16:47

The fracking cover-up: Defra censors key report 63 times in 13 pages in move described as 'comical' by campaigners

A key report on the impact of fracking was censored 63 times in just 13 pages.

Even the author's name was among the redactions by Whitehall officials, which have been described as 'comical' by campaigners.

The internal report, written in March by Defra's Rural Community Policy Unit, has now brought fresh accusations that the Government has something to hide over the effects of shale gas exploration.

Deleted sections included eight from the executive summary, four from the chapter on economic impacts, four from the section on social impacts, and 17 from the analysis of the impact on local services.

The chapter examining the effect of drilling on house prices had three sections cut. Only three paragraphs survive in the conclusion.

Jan 25 16:13

Kunstler: "....enjoy the $2.50-a-gallon fill-ups while you can, grasshoppers."

Anyway, the financial structure of the shale play was suicidal from the get-go. You finance the drilling and fracking with high-yield “junk bonds,” that is, money borrowed from “investors.” You drill like mad and you produce a lot of oil, but even at $105-a-barrel you can’t make profit, meaning you can’t really pay back the investors who loaned you all that money, a lot of it obtained via Too Big To Fail bank carry-trades, levered-up on ”margin,” which allowed said investors to pretend they were risking more money than they had. And then all those levered-up investments — i.e. bets — get hedged in a ghostly underworld of unregulated derivatives contracts that pretend to act as insurance against bad bets with funny money, but in reality can never pay out because the money is not there (and never was.) And then come the margin calls. Uh Oh….

In short, enjoy the $2.50-a-gallon fill-ups while you can, grasshoppers, because when the current crop of fast-depleting shale oil wells dries up, that will be all she wrote.

Jan 25 16:13

Kunstler: "....enjoy the $2.50-a-gallon fill-ups while you can, grasshoppers."

Anyway, the financial structure of the shale play was suicidal from the get-go. You finance the drilling and fracking with high-yield “junk bonds,” that is, money borrowed from “investors.” You drill like mad and you produce a lot of oil, but even at $105-a-barrel you can’t make profit, meaning you can’t really pay back the investors who loaned you all that money, a lot of it obtained via Too Big To Fail bank carry-trades, levered-up on ”margin,” which allowed said investors to pretend they were risking more money than they had. And then all those levered-up investments — i.e. bets — get hedged in a ghostly underworld of unregulated derivatives contracts that pretend to act as insurance against bad bets with funny money, but in reality can never pay out because the money is not there (and never was.) And then come the margin calls. Uh Oh….

In short, enjoy the $2.50-a-gallon fill-ups while you can, grasshoppers, because when the current crop of fast-depleting shale oil wells dries up, that will be all she wrote.

Jan 25 10:24

Afraid of the Disneyland measles outbreak? Don't be fooled by Mickey Mouse science - READ THIS FIRST

In many vaccine inserts, you'll find a warning that admits a person who receives the vaccine can then go on to spread the disease they were just vaccinated against.

The vaccine itself, in other words, can sometimes spread the disease. As printed in the VARIVAX insert:

"Post-marketing experience suggests that transmission of vaccine virus may occur rarely between healthy individuals who develop a varicella-like rash and healthy susceptible contacts."

This is an admission that the chickenpox vaccine can infect a person with chickenpox who can then spread it to someone else.

Jan 25 10:22

Why Won’t Walmart’s Ice Cream Sandwiches Melt?

Earlier this summer, a woman in Cincinnati noticed that her son’s Walmart-brand ice cream sandwich didn’t melt when he accidentally left it outside for 12 hours, in 80-degree F weather.

Understandably surprised by the seemingly unmeltable ice cream sandwich, she tried the “experiment” again, with the same result. While other brands melted completely, the Walmart ice cream remained eerily intact. She then called a local news station, who conducted a test of its own, which you can watch in the video above.

Jan 25 10:04

World backs India against US bullying on patents.

Apprehensive of the US exerting pressure on India to dilute the public health safeguards in its patent laws, organizations from across the world have signed a global petition supporting India's patent law and urging India to stand strong in the face of "US bullying".

Jan 25 08:34

South Korean Institute Discovers ‘Mystery Plants’ from Imported GMOs

The reason genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have sparked such fears in South Korea isn’t just about safety issues without clear facts, or irrational labeling practices. While South Korea has been emerging as the world’s second biggest importer of GMO crops, mystery plants have been taking root all over the country. The genetically modified (GM) crops that are growing in South Korean soil are a major issue in a country with a government ban on their cultivation. They stand as a stark signal that fears of imported GMOs disrupting the local ecosystem are already becoming a reality...

Jan 25 08:16

This edible park feeds 200,000 hungry people every month!

In Irvine, California, a 7.5 acre plot of land was turned into “The Incredible Edible Park”

Jan 25 08:14

NASA probe snaps increasingly detailed shots of MOIST DWARF goddess

NASA's Dawn spacecraft has transmitted a series of images of the dwarf planet Ceres - part of its first ever mission to the biggest body in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.

Dawn will transmit increasingly sharp images of Ceres - named for the Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility - before orbiting the planet on 6 March in a 16-month study of the body.

Ceres has an average diameter of 590 miles, and is thought to contain a large amount of ice.

Some boffins believe the surface may conceal an ocean of water below an icy mantle.

Jan 25 08:04

Urban disasters: Have these 20 items on you if you want to make it home

From previous disasters, we find clarification and better ways to prepare

Jan 25 07:04

NASA releases 3D view of Greenland ice sheet

Using ice-penetrating radar data, NASA scientists have built the first-ever comprehensive map of layers deep inside the Greenland ice sheet.
This new map, prepared on the basis of data collected by NASA's Operation IceBridge and earlier airborne campaigns, allows scientists to determine the age of large swaths of Greenland's ice.

Jan 24 11:05

Stefan Molyneux: There Is No Such Thing as Mental Illness

But all of you have Oppositional Defiant Disorder!

So, here are 12 symptoms of ODD:
- The person often loses control of his temper;
- The person behaves aggressively/assertively;
- The person argues with his parental authorities and other adults and does not obey them;
- The person deliberately irritates others;
- The person is apathetic or cannot play with others;
- The person with oppositional defiant disorder is often angry or nervous;
- The person refuses to comply with the rules (in context or in environment/situation);
- The person is too stubborn;
- The person often occur hysterical attacks or outbursts;
- The person with oppositional defiant disorder cannot communicate normally with other compliant peers;
- The person does not want to comply or engage in other organized/expected activities;
- The person with oppositional defiant disorder symptoms remembers the hurt for a long time and does not forget about them.

Jan 24 10:30

FLASHBACK: Dr. Paula Caplan on how psychiatrists decide who's normal

ask a barber if you should get a haircut...

the DSM teaches providers how to get the bills paid

reinforcing victim-hood ensures continued patronage

Jan 24 09:49

Harvard Professor: Government mosquito drones will extract your DNA

"Privacy is dead," academic tells Davos elite

Jan 24 09:43

This Battery Has Lasted 175 Years and No One Knows How

There sits, in the Clarendon Laboratory at Oxford University, a bell that has been ringing, nonstop, for at least 175 years. It's powered by a single battery that was installed in 1840. Researchers would love to know what the battery is made of, but they are afraid that opening the bell would ruin an experiment to see how long it will last.

Jan 24 09:10

Air Pollution: Chinese And American Cities In Comparison

China’s struggles to contain thick rolling shrouds of smog have been well documented. Despite public discontent and countless pledges from the authorities to tackle the problem, air pollution in many cities has been pushed to over twenty times the safe limit on numerous occasions.

Jan 24 05:09

Can't Beat Mother Nature: Congress and DHS battle Rio Grande 'Carrizo Cane' which "Provides Concealment To Potential Terrorists"

The U.S. Government has spent countless millions of dollars for decades, in futile attempts to remove Carrizo Cane from the Rio Grande area. A new bill proposed in Congress would once again attempt to address this pest which "causes serious officer safety issues and operational concerns because it hampers enforcement along the Rio Grande river" and "provides concealment to criminals, drug smugglers, illegal aliens, and potential terrorists."

Jan 24 04:45

Russia Passes Even Tighter Restrictions on GMO Imports

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin recently signed the Russian Federation Code of Administrative Offences into law which fines those who violate mandatory GMO labeling conditions, and now the Russian’s are stepping up their regulatory laws that previously allowed GMOs to be imported. Will Russia soon successfully ban GMOs fro their country completely?

Jan 23 20:54

James Corbett: New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

Al Gore's 7-continent religious frenzy
US/UK cyber bank 9/11 war-games
Greenhouse: where does a politician get his green/funding?

Jan 23 18:34

One Colorado Policeman's Quote Captures the Reality of Marijuana Legalization in America Jared Keller's avatar image By Jared Keller

snip: Crime is down: Marijuana-related arrests, which made up almost 50% of all drug-related crimes as of 2012, plummeted in Colorado in the first six months of legalization in 2014. According to government data, serious crimes have declined in Denver: The murder rate has dropped 24.4% from 2013 to 2014. Violent crime in general declined by more than 1%, and major property crimes are down 8.1% (without counting unresolved cases).

As Vox's German Lopez noted, nothing went "horribly wrong" in the first year of legalization. Fatal traffic accidents fell to near-historic lows, according to an analysis from the Washington Post's Radley Balko. And while there was a small increase in emergency room visits for children related to edible pot, the incidents were not enough to sound the alarm.

Jan 23 16:44

Scientists find a way to SLOW DOWN the speed of light: Experiment allows scientists to control racing photons

Scientists have long known that the speed of light can be slowed slightly as it travels through materials such as water or glass.

However, it has generally been thought impossible for particles of light, known as photons, to be slowed as they travel through free space, unimpeded by interactions with any materials.

But now in new research, scientists have managed to slow photons in free space for the first time - suggesting the speed of light is even more complex than we imagined.

Jan 23 13:29


China has some stunningly beautiful natural landscapes, but they may not count for much when, in other parts of the country, pollution runs totally unchecked. These shocking photos show what severe pollution people have to deal with in some parts of China. Beijing and other parts of China have already become notorious for their incessant clouds of smog, which present very real health risks to anyone not wearing dust masks. Unregulated dumping in various rivers throughout China is fairly common, as many of the photos in this series help illustrate.

Jan 23 08:40

Thousands to receive experimental Ebola vaccines in West Africa

Thousands of people are to be injected with two experimental Ebola vaccines in trials in West Africa within a couple of weeks, and a Baltimore biotechnology company is launching a human trial of its own candidate in June, as scientists and public health officials work to end the deadly epidemic.

Jan 23 08:32

Don't miss 100 millionth photo of the Sun

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory has released a mind-boggling 100 millionth photo of the Sun for public viewing.
Using its Advanced Imaging Assembly (AIA) instrument, the space-based Sun-watching observatory hit the photo milestone Jan 19, the US space agency said in a statement.

Jan 23 08:23

Do gulleys prove that water once flowed on Vesta? Solar system's largest asteroid may once have had liquid on its surface, images reveal

One of the largest asteroids in the solar system, Vesta, has evidence of 'recent' water flowing on it, according to Nasa.

Images taken by the Dawn spacecraft, currently on its way to the dwarf planet Ceres, have revealed gulleys on the proto-planet that are just a few hundred million years old.

It indicates objects such as smaller than planets are able to have liquids on their surface - and suggests water may exist in more places than we thought in the universe.

Jan 23 08:04

High Fructose Corn Syrup Is More Toxic Than Refined Sugar

Dr. Robert Lustig, Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology at the University of California, has been a pioneer in decoding sugar metabolism.

He’s become quite well-known in recent years for stating that excessive amounts of sugar in your diet has toxic effects. He’s also pointed out that processed fructose is far worse, from a metabolic standpoint, than refined sugar.

Now, new research1,2 from the University of Utah confirms Dr. Lustig’s stance, showing that corn syrup is more toxic to female mice than table sugar. Not only did corn syrup adversely impact the animals’ rate of reproduction, it also caused premature death.

From a chemical standpoint, high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is similar to table sugar, but it does contain higher levels of fructose.

Manufacturers have long claimed that HFCS contains at most 55 percent fructose (and 45 percent glucose). This is very close to white sugar, which contains about 50 percent fructose (and 50 percent glucose).

Jan 23 07:57

Wi-Fi Exposure: Is It Really More Hazardous to Children?

Many substances in today’s industrialized world are known carcinogens, such as lead, chloroform, certain pesticides, along with about 250 others, including radio-frequency electromagnetic fields (RF/EMF), also referred to as microwave radiation. Direct exposure to certain levels of these substances to the human body can be quite detrimental, resulting in respiratory diseases or other long-term, sometimes fatal ailments.

Because of modern communications technologies, our exposure to EMF continues to increase. Appliances such as TVs, microwaves and smart meters all emit microwave radiation, but more importantly so do all of our personal, wirelessly-connected devices such as cell phones, tablets and laptops.

Researchers are now questioning if exposure to Wi-Fi, and the increasing usage of Wi-Fi connected devices by children and adolescents, are putting the younger generations at a greater risk of health complications in their future.

Jan 23 07:41


ATLAS, the standard-bearer for the next generation of robotics, is back and better than ever. In fact, it’s fully 75% better than ever, as the newest version of Google and Boston Dynamics’ humanoid robot carries over only a quarter of its parts from earlier prototypes. Everything from the battery pack to the arm strength has been upgraded, and not just for the sake of it — DARPA is getting ready to have ATLAS “cut the cord,” along with the rest of the competitors in its challenge in robot AI. Soon enough, ATLAS will be stomping through simulated “disaster” (combat) zones to “save” (neutralize) “civilians” (whomever) with total autonomy, and with no tether to undo a fall.

Jan 23 05:29

Are Your Diabetes Drugs Killing You? Use This 2 Juice to Reverse it Naturally

9.3% of Americans — 29.1 million people — have diabetes.
This number is still increasing as we speak — much to the delight of Big Pharma….
One of America’s worst health epidemics netted Big Pharma $14.2 billion in revenue from 2011-2012 alone.

Jan 22 23:10

What’s Going on With the Volcanoes?

There are 41 volcanoes around the planet that are actively erupting at this moment. Some are experiencing their largest eruptions in decades.

Jan 22 20:27

Bizarre ice formations engulf frozen lighthouse in Michigan (17pics)

Bizarre ice formations engulf frozen lighthouse in Michigan (17pics)

Jan 22 18:25

Rosetta will prompt science images rethink

The European Space Agency needs to find a new way for images and other data acquired by its science missions to come out into the public domain.

That is the view of the organisation's director general, Jean-Jacques Dordain.

He was expressing his frustration at not seeing more pictures from the main camera system on Esa's Rosetta probe, which is tracking Comet 67P.

These images are subject to a six-month embargo to allow the mission team to make discoveries without being scooped.

But the policy has upset the thousands of ordinary members of the public who follow Rosetta on a daily basis because they are not being shown the very best views that have been acquired.

Jan 22 16:46

Monsanto agrochemicals cause genetic damage in soybean workers – study

Soybean workers exposed to the agrochemicals like glyphosate, the main component in Monsanto’s ‘Roundup’ herbicide and other biocides, suffer from elevated DNA and cell damage, according to a new study.

The study, published in the journal Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis, involved 127 people, including 81 exposed to biocides while working in the Brazilian soybean industry and 46 non-exposed individuals in a control group.

The exposed group exhibited an elevated level of cellular apoptosis, as well as DNA damage, according to researcher Danieli Benedetti and his team, which concluded that the now-common use of genetically-modified soybeans in the State of Rio Grande do Sul, especially in the city of Espumoso, has toxic ramifications for workers.

“Our findings indicate the advisability of monitoring genetic toxicity in soybean farm workers exposed to pesticides,” the researchers said.

Jan 22 16:23

Stunned scientists find FISH beneath 2,400ft-thick Antarctic ice sheet - and they could be getting energy from Earth's core

Incredibly-resilient fish have been found living in perpetual darkness beneath a 2,430ft (740 metre) thick sheet of Antarctic ice.

Stunned scientists made the discovery after drilling a small hole through the Ross Ice Shelf, which covers an area the size of France.

They spotted the sea creatures in an area of remote seawater 33ft (10 metres) deep, sealed between the ice sheet and the seafloor.

Jan 22 15:44

Terrifying experiments are conducted on animals so that you can eat cheap, tasty meat

The federal government is behind the hideous and inhumane experimentation on livestock animals, according to a new report by the New York Times.

The Times says that a little-known agricultural and veterinary research facility, the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, conducts experiments in breeding and performs surgery on farm animals so that they’ll produce more offspring, yield more meat and be less expensive to raise. However, the Times says that these experiments have turned grisly, and many livestock have been subjected to unneeded pain, illness and even premature death.

Jan 22 12:27

Australian father arrested for giving cancer-stricken daughter cannabis oil

Koessler was arrested in Brisbane where he was meeting Rumor’s oncologist, and charged with supplying dangerous drugs to a person under 16 and possession of dangerous drugs, the news site reported.

“Her cancer-ridden little body was alive again— Rumer had almost instant quality of life,” Koessler told the Newcastle Herald. “She would say, ‘Daddy, tummy’s not sore,’ and she would be able to eat like a champion and begin to gain weight,” he said of the cannabis oil treatment.

“Her skin color came back, her eyes were sparkling again and we just looked at each other in complete amazement,” Koessler said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What is revealing in this story is that the officially approved treatments were not working, but the cannabis was! And THAt is why he was arrested and prevented from seeing his daughter, whose symptoms have now returned.

Jan 22 12:11

Second Canadian Company Completing Tar-Sands Pipeline into the U.S.

For six years, TransCanada has negotiated federal and state laws, and contended with the opposition of environmental organizations and landowners, to build the Keystone XL: a 36-inch-diameter, 1,700-mile pipeline that, if completed, would transport 830,000 barrels per day (bpd) of Canadian tar-sands oil from Alberta, Canada, to the Gulf Coast.

The U.S. State Department has not issued the required presidential permit, which would declare the importing of tar-sands oil in the “national interest.” And the Nebraska Supreme Court just heard oral arguments on a landowners’ lawsuit that could cost TransCanada another year if it has to reapply for its permit in the state.

The stalled process has led one equities analyst to observe that, “Keystone XL doesn’t look like it will ever get fully up and running.”

Jan 22 10:30

OMG It’s Cold In Here! (15 pics)

Residents in Dudinka, Russia were left without heat when an accident cut a power line serving the city boiler and it was no joke for the locals who were unable to do basic things like shower or cook in these freezing cold conditions that have reached icy cold temperatures of -40°C (-40°F).

Jan 22 09:42

Adam Koessler: Dad finally allowed to see dying daughter as he faces jail for giving her cannabis oil

A father stopped from seeing his dying daughter because he gave her cannabis oil to ease her suffering has finally been allowed to spend time with his little girl.

Adam Koessler was arrested and charged earlier this month after giving his two-year-old daughter Rumer a medicinal form of the drug as she battles late-stage cancer.

Australian Adam claims that Rumer, who has a Stage 4 neuroblastoma, showed remarkable improvements after she was given the oil, but authorities say he has broken drugs laws and his bail conditions forbid him from being alone with his daughter.

Jan 22 09:21

Washington state threatens to seize baby unless entire family gets flu shot

State authorities and medical authorities often team up to intimidate individuals and families into giving up their personal liberty, forcing them to bow to their authority.

News just came in that the Washington Department of Social and Health Services is intimidating a foster family to subject their entire family to mandated flu shots. Foster parent Jamie Smith of Tacoma, Washington, is being threatened by authorities. The authorities are using a foster child currently under Jamie's care as a weapon against her. The state says Jamie will lose custody of her two-week-old infant if she doesn't subject the child and her entire family to flu shots. The family has until February to comply, or they will lose their infant, who was born on Christmas.

Jan 22 09:16

Death of parent or sibling before a child reaches the age 13 linked to psychosis and bi-polar disorder

Losing a parent or sibling during childhood is linked to the development of a psychotic illness such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder in later life, new research suggests.
A population cohort study of almost 1 million births in Sweden showed that the children who lost a close family member some time before the age of 13 years were at an increased risk for psychosis.

Jan 22 09:10

"Canadian Flu Vaccine Paradox" Admits Vaccines Are Causing More Illness

People who receive flu vaccines year after year can sometimes show reduced protection, an effect that Canadian infectious disease specialists say muddies public health messages for annual flu vaccine campaigns.

During the 2009 H1N1 pandemic, researchers at the B.C. Centre for Disease Control originally thought seasonal flu shots from 2008 might offer extra protection against the new pandemic strain. They were puzzled to find instead, seasonal flu vaccination almost doubled the risk of infection with pandemic flu.

Jan 22 08:49

This man will go to jail for 6 months if he doesn’t remove a windmill from his own property

Jay owns a company called Go Green Energy, which sells wind turbines in other areas of Minnesota

Jan 22 08:48

Ketamine being used to treat long term depression with a 75% success rate.

Researchers looking into the use of horse tranquiliser and 'party drug' ketamine say they have had a 75 per cent success rate in using it to treat long-term depression.
"The results are startling," says Melbourne University neuroscientist Associate Professor Graham Barrett, who has been studying depression for 30 years.

Jan 22 08:40

The Fraudulent Nature of the Pharmaceutical Investment Industry

The Laws of the Pharmaceutical Business with Disease

Some people may say that the pharmaceutical industry cannot be that bad. Unfortunately, it is. Fortunately, however, it is very easy for everyone to understand why this industry has such a detrimental effect on millions of human lives.

It is not about individual drugs or individual companies. It is about the principles – the laws – of the pharmaceutical ‘business with disease’. The most important of these laws can be summarized in the following way:

The pharmaceutical industry is not a ‘health industry’, but an ‘investment business’ that thrives on the continuation and expansion of diseases.
The pharmaceutical industry makes more than 500 billion dollars in profits each year – but only as long as disease exist as their markets.

Jan 22 08:37


Since May 2013, EFF and the ACLU have been engaged in a legal battle with two Los Angeles law enforcement agencies who are refusing to hand over a week’s worth of ALPR data. San Diego County, another jurisdiction, has fought efforts by citizens to obtain access to data that law enforcement has collected on them using ALPRs. Both claim that the records are exempted under the California Public Records Act because they are records of law enforcement investigations. The agencies also argue the public interest in maintaining secrecy in ALPR data outweighs the public interest in learning how and where ALPR systems are being used.

Jan 22 08:35

The Forgotten History of Vaccinations You Need to Be Aware Of

Vaccines are one of the most controversial medical therapies, and it's impossible to make an informed decision unless you know both sides of the story. In the process of knowing both sides, the historical context is critical.

Dr. Suzanne Humphries, author of Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History,1 is a nephrologist who has committed the latter part of her medical career to exposing the "lost history" of vaccinations.

Barbara Loe Fisher of NVIC commented that this is one of the rare books that conducted in-depth research documenting the medical history related to mass vaccination programs and infectious diseases.

I have read the book from cover to cover and would strongly recommend that you pick up a copy if you have even the remotest interest in this topic, especially if you believe in the safety and necessity of vaccines, as the comprehensive documentation will likely cause you to reevaluate your position.

Jan 22 08:29

Beard on King Tut's burial mask damaged after epoxy gluing

The museum is one of the city's main tourist sites, but in some areas, ancient wooden sarcophagi lay unprotected from the public, while pharaonic burial shrouds, mounted on walls, crumble from behind open panels of glass. Tutankhamun's mask, over 3,300 years old, and other contents of his tomb are its top exhibits.

Three of the museum's conservators reached by telephone gave differing accounts of when the incident occurred last year, and whether the beard was knocked off by accident while the mask's case was being cleaned, or was removed because it was loose.

They agree however that orders came from above to fix it quickly and that an inappropriate adhesive was used. All spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of professional reprisals.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

They should have waited for Zahi Hawass.

Jan 22 08:27

Space Events That Will Happen In 2015

Space Events That Will Happen In 2015

Jan 22 08:19

Number of new Ebola cases declining as disease evolves: U.N.

“And the outbreak feels different now. It’s no longer a single outbreak spreading from a central point,” Nabarro said during a U.N. briefing. “It’s a collection of micro-outbreaks, each with its own character and specific needs.”

Jan 21 19:33

6 delicious plants you can forage in your local urban park — VIDEO

Many of us are completely unaware of the delicious edible plants that surround us, especially in urban environments, but did you know that there are a multitude of tasty plant species right in your own neighborhood park? No matter where you live, foraging is a free, fun culinary activity which requires only a keen eye, some plastic bags and a sense of adventure!

Jan 21 19:31

EU's food safety agency gives green light to Bisphenol A

The European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) re-evaluation of Bisphenol A (BPA) exposure and toxicity states that BPA, an endocrine disruptor, poses no health risk to consumers of any age group at current exposure levels.

Jan 21 18:35

Huge Plumes of Ash Soar Towards the Skies as Volcano Erupts in Mexico

On the morning of Wednesday January 21, Mexico’s Colima volcano exploded, sending over 4km of ash into the air. Over five minutes of dramatic natural activity is condensed into this time-lapse recording, which documents the rush of huge plumes towards the skies in an otherwise calm environment.

Jan 21 17:11

Scientists create 'genetic firewall' for new forms of life

A year after creating organisms that use a genetic code different from every other living thing, two teams of scientists have achieved another "synthetic biology" milestone: They created bacteria that cannot survive without a specific manmade chemical, potentially overcoming a major obstacle to wider use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The advance, reported on Wednesday in Nature, offers what one scientist calls a "genetic firewall" to achieve biocontainment, a means of insuring that GMOs cannot live outside a lab or other confined environment.

Jan 21 11:24

New Study: Monsanto’s Herbicide Chemical Damages DNA

A new peer-reviewed scientific study has found that soybean workers exposed to glyphosate suffer from DNA damage and elevated cell death. Adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T) are the components of nucleic acid that make up DNA, and biotech is making these important parts of our biology a mash-up that no sane person would ever want to experience.

Jan 21 10:24

CDC caught inflating flu deaths to sell more vaccines

You know that "36,000" number the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) is constantly throwing around as the number of people in the U.S. who supposedly die every year from influenza? It's completely made up, and its purpose is to sell more flu vaccines, as evidenced by actual mortality data showing that only a few hundred people at most die from influenza annually.

As highlighted by the American Society of Registered Nurses (ASRN), government claims that tens or even hundreds of thousands of people are dying left and right because they aren't getting their flu shots is total bunk. Data pulled from death certificates and the U.S. National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) reveal that very few people die from the flu, suggesting that it really isn't much of a threat.

Jan 21 10:19


Many of us are completely unaware of the delicious edible plants that surround us, especially in urban environments, but did you know that there are a multitude of tasty plant species right in your own neighborhood park? No matter where you live, foraging is a free, fun culinary activity which requires only a keen eye, some plastic bags and a sense of adventure!

Jan 21 08:49

Consumers Will Soon Have Devices In Their Hands To Detect GMO and Toxic Foods

In the not too distant future, consumers will be able to run on-the-spot tests for environmental toxins, GMOs, pesticides, food safety and more with their smartphones and other hand-held devices.

Jan 21 08:31

Ebola has wiped out 1/3 of the world’s great apes

Ebola poses the greatest threat to the survival of our nearest cousins — gorillas and chimps, a third of which have died from the deadly virus since the 1990s.

The disease is even deadlier for the great apes than it is for humans, according to the report in The Conversation, a nonprofit media outlet.

Mortality rates for gorillas are about 95 percent and 77 percent for chimpanzees. For humans, it is about 50 percent.

Jan 21 08:26

Report: EPA Tested Deadly Air Pollutants On Children

A government watchdog group has obtained documents detailing how the EPA exposed children as young as 10 to deadly air pollutants without disclosing the full risks of the substances.

Government watchdogs say these EPA-backed studies could violate California state and federal law, because children were exposed to diesel exhaust in experiments with no health benefits to the subjects.

Between 2003 and 2010, the EPA backed experiments done at the University of Southern California and the University of California, Los Angeles that exposed children aged 10 to 15 to diesel exhaust — an air pollutant which the EPA and the California Air Resources Board says has no safe exposure limit.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I have to wonder what kinds of neighborhoods these children came from; what their parents were actually told about these experiments; and what the parents were paid for having their kids participate in these experiments.

I would almost be willing to bet real money that these kids didn't come from Beverly Hills,West Lost Angeles, or any other affluent LA community.

Whoever supervised these experiments on children should have their tenure revoked.

These children should be monitored for the rest of their lives, and treated, for ANY ill-effects of these experiments, at no cost to them.

Josef Mengele would have been SOOOO PROUD of these people

Jan 21 08:24

Researchers Discover How to Use Living Plants to Generate Usable Electricity

by Jonathan Schoenfeld

Solar paneling is usually the first thing that comes to mind when someone thinks of harvesting energy from the sun.

Solar power modules essentially replicate how plants absorb photons from light energy. Well, instead of using solar panels that replicate plants, dutch company Plant-e is using the plants themselves.

This technology brings new meaning to the term “power plant”...

Jan 21 08:03

Oh the Hypocrisy: 1,700 Private Jets Fly To Global Warming Forum

It should come as no surprise that the rest of the wealthy members of the World Economic Forum might be equally careless towards their carbon footprint.

Jan 21 07:59

The Fraudulent Nature of the Pharmaceutical Investment Industry

The pharmaceutical industry is not a ‘health industry’, but an ‘investment business’ that thrives on the continuation and expansion of diseases.

Jan 21 07:50

FDA Attacks Man for Selling Supplement that has Healed Tens of Thousands – Facing 37 Years in Prison

For almost 5 years, the FDA has been attacking Daniel Smith of Spokane Washington for selling a mineral supplement that purifies water and has been used in places like Africa by the Red Cross to prevent Malaria. The product is called MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution), and the active ingredient is sodium chlorite, a common mineral that is even used in some municipalities in the U.S. to purify water instead of chlorine.

Daniel Smith will face a trial in less than 30 days, the culmination of close to 5 years of legal battles, that could result in him spending 37 years in prison if convicted.


Because the FDA has not approved his product for health claims.

Has the product killed anyone? No.

Do FDA approved products kill anyone? Yes.

According to statistics published by medical authorities themselves, FDA prescription drugs are one of the top causes of death in the United States, and probably the #1 cause of death among Americans today.

Jan 21 07:43

The United States Have Conducted Vast Experiments on Humans: A Forgotten Document

People are unaware of the vast scope of human experimentation in America.

Here are just a few examples...

Jan 20 22:57

Roundup Herbicide: A Kidney-Killer?

A new observational study confirms the hypothesis that Roundup herbicide (glyphosate) is behind the mysterious global epidemic of chronic kidney disease that has taken thousands of lives.

Jan 20 16:40

Fountain of Youth: Scientists may have found life-extension technology which may allow humans to live 120-years

Swiss researchers experiment with the 'azot' gene in hopes of extending human life; works on flies

Jan 20 16:25

Arkansas government kidnaps seven children, searches home of family for owning a popular mineral supplement

The criminalization of independent thinking and self-reliance

Jan 20 10:52

The CDC called me yesterday; what they wanted to know may shock you

They wanted to know personal information about my household

Jan 20 09:46

H&R Block: ‘No One Can Understand’ New Obamacare Tax Code

H&R Block, the nation’s largest retail tax preparation company warns that the newly released Obamacare tax code, officially called the Affordable Care Act, is likely to confuse millions of taxpayers who try to tackle their tax returns for 2014.

“Now that the Affordable Care Act has made health care a tax issue, no one can understand it,” H&R Block flatly tells taxpayers in a video that resides on its dedicated Obamacare web site.

A former IRS Commissioner agrees, and cautions that the new tax requirements will be a “shock to the system,” especially afflicting low-income earners who have never itemized on their tax return.

Jan 20 09:40

5 Awful Lessons I Learned Living With a Mystery Illness

Having a chronic, potentially life-threatening illness is terrible, which is why we call it "chronic illness" and not "chronic victory." Luckily, medical science has advanced to such a point over the years that, for the most part, you can go to a doctor to get your symptoms diagnosed and treated with a minimal amount of leeching.

But what if you were violently, persistently ill, and not a single doctor in the country had any idea what was wrong with you? That's what happened to Thomas Wolfe, who suffered from an extremely rare disease that took four damn years to correctly diagnose. We tend to think that modern medicine has identified every possible disease a person can catch, but as we learned when we talked to Mr. Wolfe about his experience, that assumption is dangerously, hilariously far from the truth:

Jan 20 09:01

Flashback 2009 - Prof. Dr. Robert John Aumann on game theory, incentives and the financial crisis

Born in 1930. Fleeing Nazi persecution, Robert Aumann emigrated to the United States with his family in 1938, settling in New York. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from the City College of New York in 1950 and received a Ph.D. in mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1955.

He joined the mathematics department at the Hebrew University Jerusalem in 1956, and has been there ever since. In 1990, he was among the founders of the Center for Rationality at the Hebrew University, an interdisciplinary research center, centered on Game Theory.

. . . Robert Aumann has received numerous prizes, including the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for 2005.

Recorded at the 39th St. Gallen Symposium

Jan 20 08:50

Flight from Paris quarantined in Moscow after suspicion of Ebola on-board

A full passenger plane was quarantined in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport for about 4 hours, after pilots told the ground staff one of the travelers was suffering from suspected Ebola symptoms.

“Several minutes before landing we received an alert from the pilots about a passenger, and after being put in quarantine, she was looked at by doctors from several departments in accordance with a special protocol,” Anna Zakharenkova, the Sheremetyevo press officer said to RT by phone.

After completing their examination, Medics from Russia's health watchdog Rospotrebnadzor said the patient was suffering from acute respiratory infection.

Jan 20 08:33

Hubble's High-Definition Panoramic View of the Andromeda Galaxy

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I hope there is intelligent life out there because there is far too little down here!

Jan 20 08:16

Good News. Tiger Numbers in India up From 1,400 to 2,226 in 7 Years

The number of tigers in India has seen a sharp rise to 2,226 tigers from 1,411 seven years ago, the environment ministry has said.

Jan 20 07:27

Cops have new tool, radar, that sees through walls

In full violation of the U.S. Constitution law enforcement officers can now look right into your home, through the walls

Jan 20 07:21

5 Important Considerations When Forming a Prepper Community

by Gaye Levy

One of the key strategies for every prepper is the formation of a prepper community. Yet, as strategic as this may be, it is conceivably the most difficult of all of the prepper strategies...

Jan 20 07:20

600 strains of an aerosolized thought control vaccine already tested on humans; deployed via air, food and water

(NaturalNews) According to the document you're about to see, for the last eight years, government scientists have actively engineered viral vaccines designed to alter thoughts and beliefs by infecting the brain and suppressing genetic expression of neurological cells. Dispersal of these vaccines has been tested via high-altitude aerosolized sprays, highway vehicles, the water supply and even the food system.

Jan 20 06:22

Third-party connections prompt more privacy concerns about ObamaCare site

WASHINGTON – A little-known side to the government's health insurance website is prompting renewed concerns about privacy, just as the White House is calling for stronger cybersecurity protections for consumers.

It works like this: When you apply for coverage on, dozens of data companies may be able to tell that you are on the site. Some can even glean details such as your age, income, ZIP code, whether you smoke or if you are pregnant.

Jan 19 23:39

7 Homeschooled Kids Taken from Parents Because Dad Had Unapproved Mineral Supplement

The supplement in question is MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution). The FDA has been at war with this product and its distributors for several years.

Jan 19 18:32

?‘Strong correlation’ between quakes and fracking in Kansas – official

Geologists in the state of Kansas say that a recent string of mysterious earthquakes may have been caused by pumping chemicals into the ground as part of the controversial gas and oil extraction process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

Rick Miller, a geophysicist and senior scientist for the Kansas Geological Survey, told the Lawrence Journal-World recently that he believes the injection of fracking chemicals into the earth has been a catalyst for the quakes.

“We can say there is a strong correlation between the disposal of saltwater and the earthquakes,” Miller told the paper.

Jan 19 11:18

'Designer babies' debate should start, scientists say

Rapid progress in genetics is making "designer babies" more likely and society needs to be prepared, leading scientists have told the BBC.

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Jan 19 09:56

1.6 Billion Muslim Scapegoats, NYPD Slowdown Irony & Anthrax Perpetrator Still at Large?

Jan 19 09:49

Should Children be Allowed to try Cannabis Before Chemo?

As the movement to legalize cannabis continues to gain momentum, and as more research is conducted, we are discovering that this easy-to-grow plant is effective in treating many difficult illnesses, and surprisingly many types of deadly cancers. Cancer treatment in the U.S. has become its own industry, and even though chemotherapy admittedly over-prescribed and is known to have many devastating side effects, chemo and radiation are still the treatments most touted by doctors and the medical establishment.

Many people are seeking out medical marijuana as an alternative to conventional cancer treatment, and success stories are easy to find. Yet, underage cancer patients sometimes find that their legal rights when fighting cancer are unclear, and that when the state decides to intervene, their personal sovereignty may be compromised.

Jan 19 09:45

Cancer $creening Doesn’t Save Lives, Meta-Study Reveals


Should we be looking for disease in people who don't have any symptoms? A large new study indicates the answer is NO.