Mar 22 14:23

If you were chief of CIA consciousness ops

There is an obsession to say that everything is made out of something.

Who knows where it started? With the Egyptian pyramid builders? The Sumerians?

Mar 22 14:02

Raising countless eyebrows, Walmart files patent for autonomous bee drones

With honey bee populations still in peril from one or several of a litany of hotly debated causes — neonicotinoid insecticides, changing climate, and more — Walmart appears to have joined the race for a technological solution to a potential looming disaster, filing a patent for robotic, drone bees earlier this month.

Mar 22 12:30

These Amino Acids And Antioxidants Could Treat Psychosis Soon

A new scientific systemic review offers rekindled hope in the ability of nutrients to ease the symptoms of schizophrenia and other psychotic illnesses. The study aimed to determine which main amino acids and antioxidants could reduce typical symptoms...

Mar 22 12:03

The US Military Is Making Lasers That Create Voices out of Thin Air

Within three years, the Pentagon's non-lethal weapons lab hopes to have a direct energy weapon that can produce an effect like a haunted walkie-talkie or the biblical burning bush.

Watch the video above and listen carefully for what sounds like a human voice during the second spin. That’s not an audio recording or a broadcast transmitted over radio…it’s not human at all. It’s an auditory effect that’s created by military scientists who manipulated the air with lasers — and it’s the Pentagon’s most interesting idea for stopping people charging checkpoints, or just scaring the crap out of them.

The U.S. military’s Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program, or JNLWD, is inching closer to a weapon that alters atoms to literally create words from thin air. It’s called the Laser-Induced Plasma Effect and, fingers crossed, they hope to be able to say intelligible words within the next three years.

Mar 22 11:38

Johns Hopkins researcher releases shocking report on flu vaccines

The esteemed Dr. Russell Blaylock, who is quoted in this article, wrote the very first review on Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation. He totally gets Technocracy, and his assessment of vaccines is spot on. ? TN Editor

In 2015, a whole new slew of flu vaccines found themselves getting approved by the Federal Drug Administration. This isn’t an uncommon practice; most flu vaccines pass inspection every year. It’s well-known advice that has been passed down from doctor to patient that the flu vaccine is something that we all should get, but it has been quickly surfacing that what’s in the vaccines–especially those from 2015 and after–might actually be more damaging than simply rolling the dice on getting the flu.

Mar 22 11:27

Abortion clinic worker caught on video transporting dead babies in a passenger car to have them “recycled” by a waste truck

As the truth about the horrors of the abortion industry continue to surface, we’re all learning more shocking revelations about how the bodies of dead babies are disposed by abortion clinics.

A pro-life group called Created Equal has acquired undercover video footage that appears to show an abortion clinic worker transporting dead babies in a passenger car, then transferring those dead bodies to a “Stericycle waste truck” for recycling / disposal. This is all reportedly a gross violation of state law.

Mar 22 11:16

Fracking pollutes the water; chemicals contribute to breast cancer by causing uncontrolled cell division

Laboratory mice are subject to many of the vulnerabilities that affect humans. So, when a recently-released study warns that female lab mice developed pre-cancerous growths in their mammary glands after they were exposed to high levels of chemicals used for fracking, it stands to reason there’s something toxic about those chemicals.

Mar 22 10:22

Scientists Are One Step Closer To Nuclear Fusion

Laser-driven controlled fusion experiments are typically done with multi-hundred-million-dollar lasers housed in stadium-sized buildings. Such experiments are usually geared toward harnessing fusion for clean energy applications.

In contrast, Rocca’s team of students, research scientists and collaborators, work with an ultra-fast, high-powered tabletop laser they built from scratch. They use their fast, pulsed laser to irradiate a target of invisible wires and instantly create extremely hot, dense plasmas – with conditions approaching those inside the sun. These plasmas drive fusion reactions, giving off helium and flashes of energetic neutrons.

Mar 22 10:09

Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department launches massive facial recognition program

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has made public a partnership with NEC Corporation of America (NEC) which will allow the department to utilize NEC’s award-winning facial recognition program. According to a press release, the Sheriff’s Department originally made the switch on January 7, but the announcement has ...

Mar 22 09:33

Stephen Hawking’s final words to humanity

World-renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking passed away Tuesday, leaving behind a legacy of innovation when it comes to understanding black holes, time and space, and the universe in general.

Mar 22 09:10

European Commission Clears Bayer’s Acquisition of Monsanto With Conditions

The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of Monsanto by Bayer. The merger is conditional on the divestiture of an extensive remedy package, which addresses the parties’ overlaps in seeds, pesticides and digital agriculture.

Mar 22 09:07

10 Most Common Questions About CBD and Hemp

A large percentage of the population still has never heard of CBD or fully understands CBD and hemp. Below we have addressed ten of the most commonly asked questions about cannabidiol and CBD products.

Mar 22 09:00

The Amount of Plastic in Oceans Will Triple within Seven Years, Says Major Report

A recent viral video of a diver swimming through a sea of plastic is a stark reminder of what we are doing to the world’s oceans.

Mar 22 08:31

Bizarre! This town in Norway bans people to die

For residents of Longyearbyen, capital of the remote Norwegian island of Svalbard, it is illegal to die.

According to a report in the Express, people are not allowed to die in this town because of the extremely cold weather in the region and dead bodies are unable to decompose.

Longyearbyen is located at one of the most northern parts of the world that are inhabited by 2,000 locals and sees no sunlight for months of the year.

Mar 22 07:46

Arsenal SAM 7 SF Chapter 2


Nobody enjoys an AK more than I do!
By the way, if the Bill of Rights, the NRA, and we law-abiding American gun owners enjoying our rights turn you into an emotionally-wrecked snowflake, study the real crime statistics and some world history and try to get over it. Meanwhile, the rest of us will live normal lives and ignore you, at least until you threaten the good sense of our Founding Fathers, otherwise known as the Bill of Rights.

Mar 22 07:45

MIT researchers create device they claim can “generate electricity from air”

To date, humanity has been able to discover and eventually tap on a number of renewable energy sources. From wind mills to solar panels, there have been all sorts of inventions and gadgets that come with the ability to generate electricity from certain natural sources. Now a team of engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) developed a new device that appears to generate electricity out of nothing but air.

Mar 21 15:53

What are we breathing?

A disgraced doctor is on his way to prison for his role in America’s opioid crisis as the largest trial dealing with the crisis unfolds.

Mar 21 10:42

Retired FBI agent guilty of sex abuse Was bureau's chief of internal affairs

The alleged bomber Mark Anthony Conditt makes remarks on social media in 2012 about how a sex offender should not have to register after he has done his time.
Is this person related to former FBI official John H. Conditt?

By Associated Press | February 18, 2004

WASHINGTON -- The former chief internal watchdog at the FBI has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl and has admitted he had a history of molesting other children before he joined the bureau for what became a two-decade career.

John H. Conditt Jr., 53, who retired in 2001, was sentenced last week in Tarrant County Court in Fort Worth to 12 years in prison after he admitted he molested the daughter of two FBI agents after he retired. He acknowledged molesting at least two other girls before he began his law enforcement career, his lawyer said.

Conditt sought treatment for sex offenders after his arrest last year, said his attorney, Toby Goldsmith.

Mar 21 09:39

The ominous rise of Alzheimer's in America: 5.7 million people have it - and it's costing the US $277 BILLION a year

Alzheimer's disease is now debilitating 5.7 million Americans, according to the latest figures.

As death rates for most deadly diseases fall in the US, Alzheimer's deaths increased by 123 percent between 200 and 2015, and the trend is set to continue.

The degenerative brain disease costs the US thousands of lives and $277 billion each year, according to the Alzheimer's Association's annual report released Tuesday.

Mar 21 09:33

Infographic: Disaster preparedness essentials

FEMA strongly urges homeowners to maintain an emergency kit with enough supplies to sustain them for up to 72 hours following a disaster. Assemble it well in advance of an emergency and store it in an easily accessible location.

Here are some basics that officials say every disaster kit should contain:

Mar 21 09:20

Tons of human remains found in warehouse in Zaporozhye, Ukraine

In the industrial zone of Zaporozhye in an abandoned warehouse, the law enforcement officers found tons of medical waste and human remains. According to the Ukrainian media, people found the warehouse by an unpleasant smell, which spread even despite the minus temperature.

In the abandoned building the were broken glasses and no security. According to the SBU, in total 4 tons of garbage were stored in the warehouse, among which – one and a half tons of biomaterials left after operations, including from institutions working with pathogens of tuberculosis. Along with that, utilized medical instruments, equipment containing mercury and heavy metals were found.

The territory of the warehouse belongs to the firm, which was supposed to take out the waste from medical institutions. The company said that the waste was ready to be disposed, but the court seized the property before the New Year.

Mar 21 09:07

Fasting Reduces Cardiovascular Risk

By Natasha Longo

Intermittent energy restriction diets such as the 5:2 diet clears fat from the blood quicker after eating meals compared with daily calorie restriction diets, reducing an important risk factor for cardiovascular disease, a new study in the British Journal of Nutrition reports.

Intermittent fasting allows the body to use fat as its primary source of energy instead of sugar and there are five huge benefits...

Mar 21 08:46

Origin of life on Earth: Cyanide may have been the key ingredient

Researchers have come across a strange finding that may explain the origin of life on early Earth – cyanide.

The beginning and the consequent evolution of life on Earth has been under constant scrutiny in the field of science.

In November 2017, a team of researchers from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in the US hypothesized that a chemical reaction called phosphorylation may have been crucial for the assembly of three key ingredients in early life forms.

Mar 21 08:46

Bayer £46 billion takeover of Monsanto approved by European Commission

BAYER has been approved by the European Commission for a £46 billion ($66 billion) takeover of Monsanto. The move will mark the last of a trio of mega mergers that will reshape the agrochemicals industry.

Mar 21 06:40

Job Destroyers or Helpers? Amazon, FedEx Hiring More Robots & Humans

But even with the increased automation at their shipping facilities, these companies continue to hire people and, in some cases, are struggling to find workers to fill open positions, according to the article. The takeaways are that the explosion in online shopping has led e-commerce and logistics companies to invest in both technology and people—and that there are still tasks in warehouses that machines can’t perform or that humans simply do better

Mar 20 20:08

Take Back Your Power - Full Movie HD [InPower Movement]

The 2013 NSA spying scandal exposed vast programs to monitor your personal communications. Now, energy utilities and governments are reaching into your own home, through fast-tracked "smart" meters and spy-ready technology. But what if you have a choice? At stake is in-home surveillance, increased bills, emerging health risks and more hacking vulnerabilities. With compelling insight from whistleblowers, researchers, government agents, lawyers, doctors and environmentalists, the award-winning documentary Take Back Your Power takes us on a journey to expose corporate and government corruption and erosion of rights in the name of "smart" and "green." What you'll discover will surprise, unsettle and empower you.

Mar 20 18:18

An MD Regrets And Apologizes About Vaccine Ignorance: A True Story

An “aha” event made Dr. Neides check into the flu vaccine ingredients and realize even though the label stated it contained “no preservative,” it contained formaldehyde.

Mar 20 18:07

5G - A Real Terror

Mar 20 18:01

Flashback: Orange to remove mobile mast from 'tower of doom', where cancer rate has soared

A mobile phone company is to remove a mast from a block of flats after seven residents were struck down by cancer.

Three have died and another four have battled the disease since two masts were erected on the roof of the five-storey block which has become known locally as the Tower of Doom.

The cancer rate on the top floor - where residents of five of the eight flats have been affected and the three who died all lived - is 20 per cent, ten times the national average.

Mar 20 16:22

Could Cannabis CBD Cure Psoriasis And Eczema?

Scientists from University of Colorado believe that cannabidiol (CBD) from cannabis could be the next wave of psoriasis and…

Mar 20 15:55

You don't need toothpaste, put your brush in the dishwasher and, yes, electric is best! The jaw-dropping truth about YOUR toothbrush

Gum disease has also been linked to a whole host of serious health problems, including heart disease and diabetes.

And last month, a study by the University of Helsinki in Finland found a clear link between gum disease and cancer deaths, notably with pancreatic cancer, according to the British Journal of Cancer. Other similar studies have linked gum disease bacteria to cancers of the breast, throat and stomach. Scientists believe that bacteria in the mouth enters the bloodstream via the gums, damaging organs and contributing to the formation of tumours.

Mar 20 15:52

Beetroots could help in the fight against Alzheimer's: Compound in the vegetable prevents the accumulation of harmful protein plaques in the brain

Betanin, which is a compound that gives the vegetable its distinctive red colour, may slow the accumulation of protein plaque tangles, which are associated with the condition, in the brain.

Study author Dr Li-June Ming, from the University of South Florida, said: 'Our data suggest that betanin, a compound in beet extract, shows some promise as an inhibitor of certain chemical reactions in the brain that are involved in the progression of Alzheimer's disease.

'This is just a first step, but we hope that our findings will encourage other scientists to look for structures similar to betanin that could be used to synthesise drugs that could make life a bit easier for those who suffer from this disease.'

Mar 20 15:50

Statins, hayfever pills and other common drugs are all fueling antibiotic resistance, reveals frightening new research

Statins, hayfever pills and other common drugs may all be fueling the worrying rise of antibiotic resistance, 'scary' research suggests.

Scientists in Germany discovered that a quarter of drugs given to humans inhibit the growth of bacteria in the stomach.

This is allowing bacteria to turn into superbugs and become resistant to life-saving drugs in the same way as antibiotics.

Mar 20 15:44

FLASH=> Minneapolis Police Officer Mohamed Noor Charged With Murder Of Justine Damond

Daily Mail UK reports:

A Minneapolis police officer who shot dead an unarmed Australian yoga teacher in her pyjamas after answering her 911 call has been charged with murder.

Mar 20 15:32

Monkey on the loose last seen near the King of Diamonds Strip Club, police say

What is this country coming to. We have fugitive monkeys,probably drunk,patronizing strip clubs with the police in hot pursuit!

The monkey mystery deepened Tuesday afternoon, as North Miami Beach cops combing the neighborhood for the small primate weren’t able to confirm if it was the same animal that escaped from a Dania Beach primate lab a few days ago.

That missing monkey’s name is Mikey.

North Miami Beach police, working with the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, are in search of a small as-yet-unnamed monkey that was first spotted early Tuesday morning outside of the popular strip joint, the King of Diamonds.

Someone spotted a monkey as they were leaving that establishment and notified police.

Mar 20 11:18

Doctor Receives Four Years in Prison as Historic Opioid Trial Moves Forward

By Derrick Broze

A disgraced doctor is on his way to prison for his role in America’s opioid crisis as the largest trial dealing with the crisis unfolds.

The United States has been grappling with what has come to be known as an “Opioid Epidemic,” with hundreds of people dying every day due to opiate-related overdoses. The tragic circumstances have caused the Trump administration to issue calls for the death penalty to be used against drug dealers. The U.S. government, the medical establishment, and the judicial system are each formulating a strategy for how to deal with the crisis...

Mar 20 10:41

Heavy flooding, debris flows expected in Southern California as dangerous atmospheric river forms in Pacific

An atmospheric river event is expected to plummet Southern California bringing heavy rain and snow into the area. Flash flood warnings have been issued in parts of Southern California, with potentially very dangerous debris flows expected as the strongest storm of the season descends upon the region. The heaviest rainfall is expected on March 21 and 22, 2018, according to the National Weather Service. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered in parts of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.

Mar 20 10:39

INTENSE PHOTO | Tornado At Jacksonville State

This is one scary looking tornado that swept thru last night...


Mar 20 10:32

Sudan, world's last male northern white rhino, is euthanized

The world's last male northern white rhino has died, the Kenyan conservancy taking care of it said, leaving only two females of its subspecies alive in the world, although scientists still hope to save it from extinction through in vitro fertilization.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy said it had made the decision with wildlife officials to put down the 45-year-old rhino named Sudan on Monday because of a rapid deterioration in his condition.

Sudan was being treated for age-related complications that had affected his muscles and bones and also gave him extensive skin wounds.

Mar 20 10:30

Extreme cold winter weather conditions such as the 'Beast from the East' are linked to a weak solar cycle that could trigger a MINI ICE AGE by 2050, experts warn

Extreme cold winter weather - similar to the conditions that gripped the UK with the arrival of the 'Beast from the East' - could be linked to the solar cycle, scientists say.

Icy conditions and heavy snowfall are common in Europe and Asia when the sun is in a 'weaker' phase.

Previous research has shown this current phase could become so severe it may trigger a mini Ice Age by 2050.

Past mini Ice Ages - which happen when the sun gets 'unusually cool' and have several solar cycles with reduced activity for decades - have resulted in London's River Thames to freeze over.

The sun is currently in a weaker phase of the 11-year solar cycle, suggesting the spate of cold weather could be a direct result of the sun's magnetic 'heartbeat' - and there could be worse to come.

Mar 20 09:32

Fooling American masses with false-flag terror no longer easy

We now know for certain that the Ruling Cabal has been using USG and its secret factions in various agencies like DHS, FEMA, the FBI, the CIA, and foreign groups like the Mossad, DVD and other subcontractors, to repeatedly engineer and stage Gladio-style False-flag attacks.

More and more these Cabal ordered, USG run false-flag attacks are now being exposed for what they actually are, inside-job attacks on We The People. And they are being deployed in order to convince We The People to give up more Constitutional rights (especially the right to bear arms) in exchange for promises of increased safety from terror.

Mar 20 09:13

TIANGONG-1 Decay Predictions and current orbital parameters

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Current predicted entry April 2 +-2 days.

Mar 20 08:28

NASA's next planet-hunting spacecraft to be launched in April?

After revealing that the Kepler Space Telescope will run out of fuel within several months, NASA has announced that it will be launching its next planet-hunting spacecraft on April 16.

According to reports, the spacecraft will be launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Mar 20 08:19

Dawn of Homo Sapiens: Scientists Make Discoveries on Human Evolution in Africa

The ancient people exchanged volcanic glass and pigments, traveling long distances, which suggests that more than 320,000 years ago there was already a kind of social networking between our ancestors which was spread throughout the African continent.

A large-scale analysis of tools recently found in different parts of Africa demonstrate that the style of their creation had changed dramatically about 320,000 years ago, which is indicative of the early emergence of mankind, as evidenced by the theory of African "gardens of Eden," according to an article published in the journal Science.

These tools show an ongoing exchange between the ancient people which brought them together even as they lived at great distances from each other. It serves as an indicator that human species emerged unusually early and were widespread.

Mar 20 06:15

An MD Regrets And Apologizes About Vaccine Ignorance: A True Story

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Seeing vaccine adverse reactions may not make one a believer, but personally experiencing a vaccine’s adverse effects event makes one become an activist!

That was the apparent “cause and effect” event from receiving an annual flu vaccine which made one medical doctor decide to investigate what he had not been taught about in medical school, i.e., vaccine ingredients...

Mar 19 19:49

Save the date! ISS Expedition 56 crew members to make their journey on March 21

It's time! Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are getting ready to welcome the newest addition to their family up in space.

NASA has announced the launch of Expedition 55-56, all geared up to take the reigns of the ISS, launching on March 21.

The three new ISS crew members include NASA Flight Engineers Ricky Arnold and Drew Feustel, along with Oleg Artemyev of Russian space agency Roscosmos, who will join the three Expedition 55 crew members already in space.

Mar 19 18:43

German City Sets an Example by Providing Organic Food to First Graders

When it comes to making the organic food industry successful, Nuremberg, Germany, is a shining example of what is possible. One of the city’s initiatives is to gift first-graders with yellow lunchboxes filled with organic food on their first day of school.

Mar 19 12:11

Diversity Fail? All-Women Engineering Team Blamed for Collapse of Miami Pedestrian Bridge

The all-women engineering team that designed the ill-fated pedestrian foot bridge at Miami’s Florida International University were highly touted for their advances in a field that is typically dominated by men.

But critics are pointing the finger of blame at the female engineers for design flaws that may have brought the bridge down.

Investigators are still on the scene of last week’s bridge collapse that killed 6 people and injured 9 on the FIU campus in Southwest Miami.

Mar 19 12:10


Following the revelations of one of its angry archaeologists, it emerges that the curators of Stockholms Länsmuseum have been ordering the systematic destruction of newly found artifacts from the Iron Age and the Viking period under the guise that it would be too burdensome to process.

Coins, arrow heads, ritual amulets, weapons, jewellery and weights that were kept in the past are now directly dumped into metal recycling bins upon discovery instead of being treasured and displayed.

Mar 19 12:05

Father of Collapsed Florida Bridge was Obama ‘Champion of Change’ in 2015

The bridge was supposed to last for more than 100 years and withstand a Category 5 hurricane. Instead it came crashing down on people occupied cars within days of its construction.

Mar 19 12:04

Collapsed FIU Bridge Was Funded by Federal Grant Program Criticized for Shoddy, Politicized Review Process

The pedestrian bridge that collapsed at Florida International University's Miami-Dade campus today, killing several people, was funded with $11.4 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Transportation Investments Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) program. The TIGER program has come under repeated fire for awarding money based on politics rather than merit.

Eight vehicles were reportedly crushed when the 174-foot, 950-ton pedestrian bridge, installed Saturday over Southwest Eighth Street in Miami, collapsed this afternoon. The bridge was supposed to demonstrate methods developed by FIU's Accelerated Bridge Construction University Transportation Center (ABC-UTC), whose work is also funded by U.S. DOT grants.

Mar 18 10:02

Ex Prime Minister Exposes Tetanus Vaccine In Kenya As A “Targeted Mass Sterilization Program”

News broke in Uganda recently regarding a vaccine program that was rolled out in 2015 regarding the Hepatitis vaccine that apparently has since been given to approximately 5 million people.

Recently, the Ugandan National Drug Authority (NDA) confiscated the use of the hepatitis vaccine due to discovering it was found to be ‘fake’. It was produced by the Serum Institute, a company based in India, that is Asia’s biggest vaccine producer and also the second largest vaccine producer in the world.

Hellen Ndagigye, who is the director of product safety at the NDA said they had found several privately owned medical facilities which had been using this ‘fake’ vaccine. These facilities included hospitals and pharmacies.

Hellen had received some information from a whistle blower and had an investigation carried out into the vaccine in question.

Mar 18 09:22

NASA Wants To Probe Deeper Into Uranus Than Ever Before

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They're going to have to get me drunk first.

Mar 17 18:44

NASA's Kepler Space Telescope only has a few months left to live: Agency says the planet-hunting spacecraft is running out of fuel after nine years in space

After almost a decade in flight, NASA's Kepler Space Telescope is reaching the end of its useful life.

NASA announced on Wednesday that the space craft only has a few months left before it 'dies,' as it will soon run out of fuel.

Kepler doesn't have a gas gauge, but estimates show that it is approaching dangerously low levels of fuel.

Mar 17 18:39

A step towards limitless energy? Scientists zap tiny wires with lasers to create mini-nuclear fusion reactions at record efficiency

Researchers from Colorado State University's (CSU) Advanced Beam Laboratory used a compact but powerful laser they built from scratch to heat tiny, invisible wires, known as nanowires.

These contained a source of deuterium, one of two stable isotopes of hydrogen and a common source of fuel for nuclear fusion reactions.

The experiment resulted in a chain reaction of fusion events, which created a hot and dense plasma containing helium and highly energetic neutrons.

Mar 17 10:56

Are 'Novichok' Poisons Real? - May's Claims Fall Apart

The British Government's 'Novichok' Drama Was Written By Whom?
The Skripal incident is now, by chance or by design, part of a much larger campaign about 'western' dominance over 'the east'.

Russia, which ended the unilateral moment of U.S. nuclear primacy, is currently the main target. The situation is extremely dangerous as any further escalation, in the Middle East, the Ukraine ore elsewhere, might lead to a war between nuclear armed powers.

The government decreed 'truth' about the Skripal case has many discrepancies. The connection of the case to Russia is much weaker than the propaganda claims. But doubt and dissent about it are not allowed to prevail.

The political response to the incident around the British-Russian double-agent Sergej Skripal and his daughter started slowly. On Sunday, the 4th of March, Skripal and his daughter were found unconscious on a public bench in Salisbury, England. The local police and emergency services took care of them.

Webmaster's Commentary: the whole point here: to create a narrative which will be "swallowed whole" by both the British and American public, as the "justification" for actual military combat against Russia.

But after the lies both our brother and sister Brits, and we Americans, had to swallow on Saddam Hussein's alledged, and non-existent, WMDS, the propagandists, who make their livelihood fabricating lies, are going to be hard-put to make either the American or British people believe that such a case can possibly be made here.

Mar 17 09:45

In Case of War With Russia or China It's Lights Out for US Satellites

“Foreign countries—particularly China and Russia—will continue to expand their space-based reconnaissance, communications, and navigation systems in terms of the numbers of satellites, the breadth of their capability, and the applications for use,” director of national intelligence Dan Coats said in his written testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee on March 6. “Both Russia and China continue to pursue antisatellite (ASAT) weapons as a means to reduce US and allied military effectiveness.”

Coats noted that both Russia and China continue to press for restrictions on space weapons, but said that during a time of war, both Beijing and Moscow would justify the offensive space operations as a military necessity.

Mar 16 11:29

Microplastics Found In 90% Of Bottled Water

WHO launches health review after microplastic fibers found twice as high in popular bottled water brands versus tap. Although people are grossly over-paying for shelf-stable, bottled water – they are gulping down double the plastic nanoparticles...

Mar 16 09:33

Plastic: WHO launches health review

The World Health Organization is to launch a review into the potential risks of plastic in drinking water.

It will assess the latest research into the spread and impact of so-called microplastics - particles that are small enough to be ingested.

It comes after journalism organisation Orb Media found plastic particles in many major brands of bottled water.

There is no evidence that microplastics can undermine human health but the WHO wants to assess the state of knowledge.

Plastic particles found in bottled water
Bruce Gordon, coordinator of the WHO’s global work on water and sanitation, told BBC News that the key question was whether a lifetime of eating or drinking particles of plastic could have an effect.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The human body is not engineered to handle the ingestion of plastic in any way, shape, or form.

And IF the processors of these brands of these very expensive brands of drinking water water knew about the reality that microplastics were in it, the corporate CEOS of these companies should be doing hard time in in jail; that SHOULD solve the problem.

Mar 16 09:29

WATCH: Spectacular real time video of Northern Lights over Swedish Lapland

A photographer in northern Sweden has captured a spectacular real time video of a geomagnetic storm over Lapland, showing the Northern Lights in full force.

The video captured by photo tour company Lights Over Lapland photographer Oliver Wright was described by the company's founder as the best aurora video he had ever seen.

The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis are a natural phenomenon caused by solar winds clashing with the Earth's atmosphere, creating a green-tinged appearance in the sky.

Mar 16 07:28

Extend research from labs to land, redefine 'R&D': PM Modi to scientists

Addressing the inaugural session of the 105th Indian Science Congress in Imphal on Friday, March 16, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged scientists to extend their research 'from labs to the land'.

He further said that the time was ripe to redefine 'R&D' as research for the development of the nation, adding that it would be for the greater benefit of the people.

"It is time to reclaim our rightful place among the front-line nations in this field," he said, calling upon the scientific community to extend its research from "the labs to the land".

Mar 16 06:26

These Bottled Water Brands Are LOADED with THOUSANDS of Plastic Particles: Is Your Favorite on the List?

You probably drink bottled water to avoid the contaminants in tap water, but a recent study shows that some popular brands have THOUSANDS of potentially harmful plastic particles in each bottle.

Is your favorite brand on this list?

Mar 15 20:51

99-year-old man breaks 50m freestyle world record in Gold Coast Games trials

The New record has registered by George Corones completing the 50m freestyle swim in 56.12 seconds and he participated the only swimmer in his 100-104 age group – swam alone.

Mar 15 15:43

Trump Suggests Withdrawing Troops From South Korea Over Trade Issues

President Trump’s Wednesday fundraiser in Missouri is raising eyebrows in the news, as he suggested to donors that he is considering withdrawing US troops from South Korea if he can’t get a better trade deal out of their government.

Trump didn’t go into tremendous details about whether this meant a full withdrawal or a drawdown, and a lot of analysts were very dismissive of the report, suggesting it was an empty threat and just a negotiating tactic.

Mar 15 13:13


US retail giant Walmart has filed a patent for robotic bees that it hopes will be able to pollinate crops just like their real-life counterparts. The ‘robo-bee’ could provide a solution to the ongoing decline of bee populations.

Mar 15 10:56

Top bottled water brands contaminated with plastic particles: report

The world's leading brands of bottled water are contaminated with tiny plastic particles that are likely seeping in during the packaging process, according to a major study across nine countries published Wednesday.

"Widespread contamination" with plastic was found in the study, led by microplastic researcher Sherri Mason of the State University of New York at Fredonia, according to a summary released by Orb Media, a US-based non-profit media collective.

Researchers tested 250 bottles of water in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico, Thailand and the United States.

Plastic was identified in 93 percent of the samples, which included major name brands such as Aqua, Aquafina, Dasani, Evian, Nestle Pure Life and San Pellegrino.

The plastic debris included nylon, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and polypropylene, which is used to make bottle caps.

Mar 15 10:44

The Push to Make Human-Chimp Hybrids

In a long article adapted from a chapter in his forthcoming book, psychologist David Barash proposes that society should sanction the making of human-chimp hybrids. He refers to this new creature as a "humanzee" and says that "making it would be a terrific idea."

Barash recognizes some of the scientific challenges to making a humanzee but claims that it is "by no means impossible or even unlikely that a hybrid or a chimera combining a human being and a chimpanzee could be produced in a laboratory. After all, human and chimp (or bonobo) share, by most estimates, roughly 99 percent of their nuclear DNA."

Mar 15 09:06

Gaza City residents’ water problems continue to compound

Red-faced and with his hair still wet, Hani Abu Amirah’s grandson sobbed as he shuffled over to where she sat, looking out on the Mediterranean Sea from Gaza’s Shati refugee camp.

The boy’s distress stemmed from his decision to go swimming a little earlier that morning, one that incurred his father’s wrath when he was yanked out of the water and beaten for disobeying orders to stay away from the sea. A year ago, that childlike act of enjoyment would have gone unnoticed but today 80 percent of Gaza’s Mediterranean Sea coastline is thought to be polluted and families who used to rely on it for livelihoods and leisure now fear its waters.

Mar 15 08:29

Eruption imminent: Volatile underwater volcano sparks 5km exclusion zone

Authorities in the Caribbean have warned the Kick ’Em Jenny (KeJ) underwater volcano could erupt within the next 24 hours. A 5km exclusion zone has been imposed by the government of Grenada.

“We are monitoring the situation, which has been brought to our attention by the Seismic Research Centre (SRC) of the University of the West Indies in Trinidad,” Director of the Department of Emergency Management (DEM) Kerry Hinds said as cited by St Lucia Times.

The alert level was raised from yellow to orange Wednesday, indicating a, “highly elevated level of seismic and/or fumarolic activity or other unusual activity. Eruption may begin with less than twenty-four hours notice.” KeJ is located along the key shipping route between St Vincent and Grenada.

Mar 15 07:40

Huge solar storm to hit Earth on March 15, could damage satellites

A massive solar storm, also known as the geomagnetic storm, is expected to hit the Earth on Thursday, March 15.

The storm can disrupt satellites and various forms of electronic communications, knock out power supplies, and trigger stunning auroras.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, the massive solar storm was created last week by an enormous explosion in the sun's atmosphere known as a solar flare, and charged particles from that flare are now on their way to our planet.