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Aug 06 10:18

'MONSTER' SHARK BIGGER THAN A SUBMARINE FILMED BY SCIENTISTS AS IT TRIES TO EAT THEIR GUN

A team of researchers has captured incredible footage of a close encounter with an ancient species of shark known as the bluntnose sixgill.

The team, led by Dean Grubbs, from Florida State University, were conducting dives in a submersible called "Nadir" as part of an expedition organized by OceanX to tag one of the sharks in their deep-sea environment.

During one of the dives, the team were fortunate to come up close and personal with a huge female bluntnose—=one of the largest sharks in the world—which one of the researchers in the video can be heard describing as "definitely bigger than the sub is long."

Aug 06 09:50

Report Sheds Light On The Rockefeller Family’s Covert “Climate Change” Plan

Op-Ed by Arjun Walia

The climate is changing, and it has been changing for a very long time. In fact, the climate has always been changing, and there are a myriad of factors that influence climate change like solar activity and much more. If you’re not educated on climate science, it’s easy to adopt the “doomsday” perspective that’s often dished out by mainstream media. However, when you look at what actual climate scientists are saying, it doesn’t seem like anyone on either side agrees with the media’s “climate hysteria” narrative...

Aug 06 09:49

Meal Timing & Not Fasting Could Be A Key Reason You’re Not Losing Fat

By Arjun Walia

Years ago, if a person withheld from eating for long periods of time in order to lose weight, it would work, but a common response from peers might have been, “Yeah, but you did it the unhealthy way.” Today, many more people are aware that caloric restriction and fasting are actually a great, safe, healthy and effective way to lose weight and shed fat from your body.

In layman’s terms, when you fast, your body runs out of its glycogen (sugar) reserves, and when that happens it switches to fat burning mode...

Aug 06 09:17

Urban Sprawl Creates Food Deserts

Urban sprawl has led to the creation of food deserts in metropolitan areas across the United States, according to a published study by a researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington...

Aug 06 08:15

Defying U.S. Sanctions,China and Others Take OilFrom 12 Iranian Tankers

China and other countries are receiving oil shipments from a larger number of Iranian tankers than was previously known, defying sanctions imposed by the United States to choke off Tehran’s main source of income, an investigation by The New York Times has found.

Aug 05 15:50

NASA's sun-sailing mission is proving a surprising success: Quest to work out how the star works yields 50 percent more data than initially projected

When it comes to collecting data NASA's sun-sailing Parker Probe is on fire.

According to the agency, the Parker Solar Probe, which was sent out on its mission to orbit the Sun last year, just delivered a payload of data 50 percent larger than what scientists expected.

The transmission dropped 22 gigabytes of data from its two first encounters with the Sun says NASA.

Aug 05 15:32

Scientists Announce They Can Manipulate Brain Cells with Smartphone-controlled Implant

By B.N. Frank

It’s bad enough that they have already been testing these on defenseless mice. Have they considered any or all of the risks associated with implanting these in people, including the potential for hacking these implants?...

Aug 05 12:47

Earthquakes, Hurricanes and Other Natural Disasters Obey Same Mathematical Pattern

Tracking the magnitude of several catastrophic natural events and drawing a graphic of how many episodes of each have occurred throughout history yields a result which cannot be ignored. Quite on the contrary, what the graphic reveals is a highly defined curve which luckily shows that the stronger the capacity to devastate, the less frequently the episode occurs...

Aug 05 12:41

Pesticides Deliver a One-Two Punch to Honey Bees

Adjuvants are chemicals that are commonly added to plant protection products, such as pesticides, to help them spread, adhere to targets, disperse appropriately, or prevent drift, among other things.

There was a widespread assumption that these additives would not cause a biological reaction after exposure, but a number of recent studies show that adjuvants can be toxic to ecosystems, and specific to this study, honey bees...

Aug 05 12:40

Thyroid Cancer Three Times Higher Among World Trade Center Responders

The incidence of thyroid cancer among first responders who volunteered or were employed as firefighters, rescue personnel and cleanup workers at Ground Zero in New York on or after September 11, 2001, is three times higher than that in the general population...

Aug 05 12:00

Watch "Scientists In China Have Made Human-Monkey Chimeras"

Scientists In China Have Made Human-Monkey Chimeras

Aug 05 10:50

6.2-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Japan's Fukushima Prefecture - National Meteorological Service

The epicentre of the earthquake was located off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture at a depth of 50 kilometres.

A 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit north-eastern Japan at around 19:23 local time on Sunday, 4 August, according to the national meteorological service.

Aug 05 10:23

This Impact Crater Was Likely Ground Zero for an Ancient Mega-Tsunami on Mars

Ground zero for the impact that caused a Mars mega-tsunami more than 3 billion years ago may have been found.

The meteor that spawned that ancient flood probably blasted out Lomonosov Crater, a 75-mile-wide (120 kilometers) hole in the ground in the icy plains of the Martian Arctic, a new study reports.

Lomonosov's large size suggests that the impactor itself was big — similar in scale to the 6-mile-wide (10 km) asteroid that hit Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula 66 million years ago, sparking a mass extinction that killed off 75% of Earth's species, including the dinosaurs.

Aug 05 10:23

Scientists Say They Created A Human-Monkey Hybrid In A Lab

Scientists in China claim to have created the world’s first human-monkey hybrid.

The research team is actually from Spain, but they conducted their study in China to avoid regulations against this type of experimentation.

Last week, Japanese scientists made the shocking announcement that they were planning on creating human-rodent hybrid embryos for the purpose of growing organs for transplants.

However, it would seem that other researchers have already made some serious progress in creating human-animal hybrids, going so far as to create a human-monkey. These experiments are also seeking to develop ways of growing human organs for transplant.

Aug 05 10:18

Fears of 'Chernobyl on ice' as Russia prepares floating nuclear plant

“I feel like I’m one of the first cosmonauts going into space,” said Vladimir Irminku, one of the chief engineers of the Akademik Lomonosov, as he stood on the deck of the giant, box-like platform on a chilly summer morning at Kola Bay in the Barents Sea.

Russia is planning to dispatch the vessel, its first floating nuclear power station, on a 4,000-mile journey along the Northern Sea Route, in a milestone for the country’s growing use of nuclear power in its plans for Arctic expansion.

If all goes to plan, the Akademik Lomonosov will be towed to the Arctic port of Pevek this month, where it will use its twin nuclear reactors to provide heat and energy to homes and support mining and drilling operations in Russia’s mineral-rich Chukotka region.

Aug 05 10:13

Iranian Researchers 3-D Print Artificial Bone

Researchers at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences in Tehran unveiled on Saturday their recent achievements in producing artificial bones and 3D printing for repairing damaged organs of human body.

Aug 05 09:33

THE SO-CALLED “STANDARD OF CARE”

The so-called “standard of care.”

This kind of gangsterism applies to many diseases, not just Lyme.

If the government wants to hide the source of an illness, they can punish doctors for talking about it.

If Big Pharma wants to kill competition by safer, more effective alternatives, they can arrange for doctors to be punished for even talking about them.

It’s total corruption.

Trying to make a disease – and treatments for it – go away by bureaucratic decree.

Aug 05 07:12

SCIENTISTS SAY THEY CREATED A HUMAN-MONKEY HYBRID IN A LAB

SOURCE: TRUTHTHEORY.COM
By John Vibes / Truth Theory

Scientists in China claim to have created the world’s first human-monkey hybrid.

The research team is actually from Spain, but they conducted their study in China to avoid regulations against this type of experimentation.

Last week, Japanese scientists made the shocking announcement that they were planning on creating human-rodent hybrid embryos for the purpose of growing organs for transplants.

However, it would seem that other researchers have already made some serious progress in creating human-animal hybrids, going so far as to create a human-monkey. These experiments are also seeking to develop ways of growing human organs for transplant.

The researchers injected human stem cells capable of creating any type of tissue into a monkey embryo, according to The Independent.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Playing" with DNA in this manner, is like playing with fire, because of what could go completely out of control before it can be remedied; I simply hope that there is a protocol in place to prevent that with these experiments, because they could go "mammary glands vertical" in one horrific heartbeat.

Aug 05 06:51

SIGNS GO UP IN LONDON TELLING PEOPLE NOT TO SH*T IN THE STREETS

SOURCE: PAUL JOSEPH WATSON VIA SUMMIT NEWS

Signs are going up in London telling people not to sh*t in the streets.

A City of Westminster Clean Streets sign posted to Twitter reads, “This area is being monitored for street fouling. Anyone urinating or defecating may be subject to arrest.”

“Welcome to London. Do not shit in the street,” tweeted Old Holborn.

Welcome to London.

Do not sh*t in the streetpic.twitter.com/9vYijqanBA

— Old Holborn? (@Holbornlolz) July 31, 2019
Public defecation used to be more of a problem in non-European countries, but it seems to have made its way here now.

The sight of feces in the streets is becoming a major problem in liberal utopias like San Francisco, and it seems it’s London’s turn for a taste of that brand of progressivism.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Absoflippinglutely unbelievable.

And how in the name of heaven did this practice become a scourge on the lives of London's people?!?

I have to shake my head in disbelief, that this anti-civilized behaviour, could actually happen here; yet, here we are.

Aug 05 05:52

Type 2 Diabetes: Small Reduction in Alcohol, Big Reduction in Heart Disease Risk

By Jean Strelitz, University of Cambridge

People with type 2 diabetes are at a higher risk of getting cardiovascular diseases, including heart attack and stroke. Lifestyle factors, such as diet and physical activity, affect the risk of developing diabetes, but there has been little research about how people with diabetes can change their lifestyle to lower their long-term risk of cardiovascular disease. Our research set out to fill in this gap in the evidence...

Aug 04 17:55

NZ Government unveils abortion law reforms

Women will have access to abortions until 20 weeks' pregnancy without having to go through legal hoops, under a law change proposed by the Government.

Justice Minister Andrew Little has announced the details of a long-awaited bill aimed at decriminalising abortion - the first major reform in more than four decades.

Abortion is currently a crime in New Zealand, but exemptions mean women can still get access if two doctors agree a pregnancy would put them in physical or mental risk - a process that's been criticised as both slow and stigmatising.

Under the new law, the decision will be up to the woman, in consultation with her doctor, until 20 weeks' pregnant.

Aug 04 11:25

Cancer cells are fueled by sugary drinks, making tumors grow faster

Despite the clear link between obesity and cancer, very few studies have considered the direct association between high sugar intake and the risk of colorectal and other cancers. A recent animal study by researchers from Baylor College of Medicine and Weill Cornell Medicine, published in the journal Science, found a definite link between increased consumption of high fructose corn syrup and accelerated tumor growth in mice with colorectal cancer.

Aug 04 10:16

Portland woman allegedly beat police officer with his own baton

Only in Portland!

A 38-year-old woman has been charged with assaulting a public safety officer and unlawful use of a weapon after she allegedly attacked a police officer and used his own baton to beat him as he tried to assist her following a motorcycle crash.

Aug 03 16:38

French Court Rules Against Utility Smart Meters Because They Are Making People Sick

By B.N. Frank

Tens of millions of utility Smart Meters have been installed throughout the U.S and around the world so it’s likely that they are installed on your home and throughout your community whether you know it or not. There are many problems associated with them including adverse health effects and fires.

Merci beaucoup to the French court for ruling against these dastardly devices for health reasons and to the lawyer who continues to fight on behalf of complainants...

Aug 03 16:19

Telecom Construction Expert Offers Opinion on YouTube Video of Dead Bees Under 5G Cell Towers

By B.N. Frank

Earlier this week, Activist Post reported about the viral YouTube video that shows dead bees under what was reported to be 5G small cells installed in California.

A Telecom Industry Construction Expert has weighed in and provided information that is equally if not more depressing...

Aug 03 11:15

A Tiny Chinese Lunar Orbiter Just Crashed on the Moon's Far Side (on Purpose)

The small spacecraft operated in orbit for 437 Earth days, exceeding its one-year designed lifespan. It was then brought down in a controlled fashion at 10:20 a.m. EDT (1420 GMT; 10:20 p.m. Beijing time) on July 31, China's state-run Xinhua news agency reported, citing the China National Space Administration's Lunar Exploration and Space Program Center as a source.

Aug 03 11:11

California Scientists Discover New Category of Pulsating Stars

A collaborative effort by a team of California-based scientists has led to the discovery of a new type of star that can possess temperatures nine times hotter than the sun.

Aug 03 11:09

Hepatitis A crises declared in Florida and Philadelphia as rates soar nationwide

Both the city of Philadelphia and the state of Florida today declared hepatitis A crises as rates of the virus soar.

In Philadelphia, 154 cases have been reported this year, up from just six in 2018.

The rate in Florida has quadrupled, up to 2,034 in the past eight months alone, from 548 in the entirety of last year.

Aug 03 09:45

Plant-based burgers may not be as healthy as you think

The Meatless Farm claims its products are "almost indistinguishable from meat in terms of taste and texture" and are 100 percent plant-based, which is basically the same thing that Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods say about their burgers. “The trick to all of these meatless burgers is they want them to taste like real meat in order to convert traditional meat-eaters. When they do that, they add processed chemicals to them, they add high sodium content to them because if something doesn’t taste salty, it doesn’t taste like real meat.”

Aug 03 09:41

How four rogue satellites could change the spaceflight industry

Earlier this year, a company launched four tiny satellites into orbit without permission. These “rogue satellites” caused an uproar in the space community, and in the future, others like them could increase the risk of catastrophic collisions in orbit. We talked to some space experts about what’s at stake when no one knows exactly what’s up there in space.

Aug 03 09:41

This US heartland has been flooded for five months. Does anyone care?

Dating back to late February, about 550,000 acres of land have been underwater in the rural Yazoo backwater area of the lower Mississippi delta. About half of the acreage is farmland, creating devastating effects in a region where agriculture is the lifeblood of the economy. While flooding in the region is common, this year’s floodwater has hung around longer than ever.

Aug 03 09:20

Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and the Unraveling of US Empire

The results of centuries of U.S. empire, which began with Manifest Destiny that crossed the North American continent and grew into a global empire, are coming home to roost in Puerto Rico and Hawaii.

For far too long, the rules have been written for Puerto Ricans, not by them. The island has been a colony of the US for more than 100 years and was a colony of Spain before that. It is time to decolonize.

Hawaiian Independence Movement Grows

Native Hawaiians and allies are camped at the base of Mauna Kea to protect the summit of the mountain from the construction of a proposed Thirty Meter Telescope, a massive 18-story, five-acre telescope complex being built on sacred land. Mauna Kea, measured from its base, is the tallest mountain in the world and represents the birthplace of Hawaii island and the Hawaiian people. The summit is associated with a number of important gods and goddesses and is the site of numerous burial places and altars.

Aug 03 07:01

Irish Teenager Develops Method For Removing Microplastics From Water Wins Google Science Fair Award

By Mayukh Saha

Ireland has given us the latest Google Science Fair winner in the age group of 13 through 18. Fionn Ferrier won the prestigious global annual science competition with his project which can remove microplastics from water. His process demonstrated an 87% success rate...

Aug 03 06:53

Sesame Allergy is More Common Than Previously Known

Sesame allergy affects more than 1 million children and adults in the U.S., more than previously known, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study.

But sesame labeling is currently not required by law as are the other top eight allergens like peanut and milk, and is often labeled in a potentially confusing manner, such as tahini. This increases the risk of accidental ingestion...

Aug 02 16:12

Nearly 60 percent of astronauts have “space herpes”

Researchers found that seven percent of the astronauts who previously reported herpes infections in the past suffered a new outbreak while in space. Furthermore, 57 percent of the participants displayed much higher levels of the viruses during missions than they did on Earth.

Herpes viruses cause cold sores, glandular fever, and shingles. When their host is healthy, the pathogens enter a dormant state and bide their time. Once the host gets exhausted or stressed, the viruses wake up to take advantage.

The findings raised concerns about the health of the astronauts during extended space voyages, such as the planned mission to Mars in the 2020s. If the human immune system grew so weak during short trips that inactive viruses came out of dormancy, long trips might pose more serious risks.

Aug 02 10:32

India's Chandrayaan-2 Mission to the Moon in Photos

India's second moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, consists of a lander, rover and orbiter. Chandrayaan-2 launched to the moon on July 22, 2019, and is expected to arrive in lunar orbit on Sept. 6. The India Space Research Organization (ISRO) is targeting the moon's south pole as a landing spot.

Click through this gallery to see photos of the Chandrayaan-2 mission, starting with the spacecraft's assembly and liftoff.

Aug 02 06:48

Documents Expose How Tobacco Companies Hook Kids On Sugary Drinks

By Arjun Walia

Companies within the industry used colors, flavors, and marketing techniques to lure and entice children as potential future smokers. They actually used and applied these same strategies to sweetened beverages starting as early as 1963, according to a study conducted by researchers at UC San Francisco...

Aug 01 19:39

Thought Crimes? Facebook Along With Researchers Successfully Transcribes Thoughts Instantly Into Speech

By Aaron Kesel

Facebook-backed research on brain reading has transmitted thoughts to speech, as we take a step towards pre-crime becoming a reality. Meanwhile, in an unrelated development, the FBI has demanded a “social media early alerting tool” that will help monitor terrorist groups, foreign intelligence services, criminal organizations and other domestic threats before they act. In other words, thought crimes and pre-crime — something that Facebook no doubt can help with its new brain-reading technology...

Aug 01 17:52

Digital Games May Beat Mindfulness Apps at Relieving Stress

The authors of the study noted that digital games appear to fulfil four criteria necessary for post-work recovery: they tend to be relaxing, they provide opportunities for mastering a new skill, they are highly immersive and distracting, and they allow people to feel in control...

Aug 01 17:49

Virtual Reality Shows Promise for Pain Patients; This is Exactly Why It Should Not Be Used in Schools

By Patricia Burke

Many groups are promoting the use of Virtual Reality as a treatment strategy for pain patients. For example, VR is promoted as an alternative to opiates, “because it’s very powerful with no side effects.” However, Virtual Reality stops the brain from processing pain because it overrides full-body and full sensory system intelligence and integration...

Aug 01 17:49

Transgender Trauma: Parents Ask Surgeon General to Expose Dangers of Puberty Blockers, Gender Surgeries

Parents of children who have endured puberty-blocking drugs, cross-sex hormones, and permanent medical procedures as a part of their new gender identity are asking the United States Surgeon General to increase public awareness of the dangers of such practices.

The Kelsey Coalition, a non-partisan group, has delivered a petition signed online by people across the country to US Surgeon General Jerome Adams.

The petition advises how doctors are "now administering powerful puberty-blocking drugs and cross-sex hormones to a growing number of gender non-conforming pre-adolescents. 'Gender-confirming' surgeries — including mastectomies, radical hysterectomies, vaginoplasties, and orchiectomies — are now being performed on teenagers."

The petition also points out how parents are oftentimes being misled by clinicians.

Aug 01 13:59

World’s Oldest Lake Containing 20% of Earth’s Unfrozen Freshwater Faces Toxic Threat

By Elias Marat

The world’s oldest and deepest lake is facing a catastrophic threat as toxic mudflows resulting from intense flooding in Russia’s Siberia region threaten to inundate the body of water with chemicals...

Aug 01 13:45

Where Is Published Scientific Literature Regarding Non-ionizing Radiation, Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) & Microwave Radiation Hazards?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

One would think Internet searches for specific literature regarding EMFs and RFRs emitted by microwaves and numerous high tech “smart” personal-use devices would not be easy to find, but Physicians for Safe Technology surprisingly found many and created a webpage consisting of “Military and Government Reports.”...

Aug 01 12:55

Bad Name” 

A common cockroach species is becoming essentially immune to pesticides, researchers said.

A new study by researchers at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, found evidence that the German cockroach species is becoming harder to kill as the worldwide pest rapidly develops cross-resistance to multiple types of insecticide at one time.

The findings were published in the journal Scientific Reports last month.

“This is a previously unrealized challenge in cockroaches,” the study’s lead author, Michael Scharf, said. “Cockroaches developing resistance to multiple classes of insecticides at once will make controlling these pests almost impossible with chemicals alone.”

The researchers tested three methods of professional-grade insecticides on German cockroaches at multi-unit buildings in Indiana and Illinois over a six-month period in 2016.

Aug 01 12:55

Ebola Zone ‘Sharply Widened’ | TX Guv Tamps Down Concerns

An epidemic of Ebola in eastern DR Congo sharply widened on Wednesday, the eve of the first anniversary of the outbreak, with the announcement of a death in a major city and the quarantining of 15 people in a province that had previously escaped the disease.

A total of 1,803 lives have been lost in the second-worst outbreak of Ebola on record, according to figures released Wednesday.

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s pointman on the crisis, Jean-Jacques Muyembe, said a second person had died of Ebola in Goma, a densely-populated city on the border with Rwanda that has transport links to many parts of East Africa.

“A patient who was confirmed with Ebola in Goma has died. Every measure has been taken to block the chain of transmission,” Muyembe told AFP.

Aug 01 12:35

Addiction Expert Claims: Giving Your Child A Smartphone Is Like Giving Them A gram Of Cocaine

By Amanda Froelich

The world is changing at a dramatic pace. It’s shifting so fast, in fact, that the childhood you remember is vastly different than the one your own kids will experience. This is largely due to the development and saturation of technology in modern society.

While there are perks to being hyper-connected, allowing children access to their own smartphone could produce detrimental effects long-term. It’s so influential, top addiction therapist Mandy Saligari suggested in 2017 that giving your child a smartphone is like “giving them a gram of cocaine.”...

Aug 01 12:15

Inspiring Photos and Video of Anti 5G Rallies on U.S. Day of Action

By B.N. Frank

Saturday, July 27 was the 2nd U.S. Day of Action against the deployment of 5G wireless technology.

The telecom industry has provided NO scientific evidence that 5G is safe. There is research that has determined that it isn’t...

U.S. opposition to 5G is increasing and few people have signed up for it where it’s already been installed.

Aug 01 10:03

Merck’s former LEAD Supervisor for Vaccine Safety NEVER vaccinates his own children due to sterility concerns

Science is founded on and thrives from critical thinkers asking tough questions, but that’s the last thing Merck scientists want any vaccine recipients doing. You can’t make this stuff up. Scientist Jorge Araujo says that quality controls and all-important safety practices are simply not there at Merck pharmaceuticals, one of the “Pharma Five” that dominates the vaccine producing industry. This scientist may not work at Merck right now, but when he did, there simply were not any signs of “robust science” to be found, and that’s why he refuses to stick needles full of genetically mutated viruses, foreign animal proteins and mercury into his children’s muscle tissue.

Araujo’s wife is a nurse and she completely agreed that it’s simply not safe. In fact, vaccines are very dangerous and experimental, but still the CDC pushes them all on the country full of naïve “patients for life” with the big slogan LIE that claims they’re all always “safe and effective.”

Aug 01 09:54

Big Pharma Admits Measles Outbreak and Subsequent Media Hysteria Made Them Massive Profits

By Matt Agorist

On Tuesday, the pharmaceutical giant Merck said consumer demand for its measles vaccine skyrocketed thanks to the “outbreak” which helped boost sales in its second quarter...

Aug 01 09:23

What is Monsanto doing in Puerto Rico?

As you can imagine, it’s not good and it’s hurting the residents there.

The blades of the windmills revolve over crops of genetically modified plantations of soybean and corn, plantain and farms that have been crushed by the extended use of concrete. The Caribbean Sea appears, with green areas to the left, and to the right an exit leading to an occupied territory: multinational seed corporations, such as Monsanto, control 31% of the land with the greatest potential for agriculture in the municipality of Juana Díaz. It is the transgenic epicenter of Puerto Rico.

From north to south, from east to west, seed corporations already dominate about 9,712 public and private acres in the island. The area controlled by these corporations is equivalent to the area destined in 2016 for the cultivation of plantains, which the territory’s Department of Agriculture identifies as the most important crop in the country, economically speaking.

Aug 01 09:16

U.S. NUCLEAR ARMS PLANT FILES REPORTED MISSING

SOURCE: ECOWATCH

The U.S. Department of Justice won't turn over 60 boxes of files about a nuclear arms plant in Colorado because it says it can't find the files. The missing documents were presented to a grand jury during a two-year criminal investigation that looked into environmental crimes committed at Rocky Flats, which produced plutonium triggers for the nation's nuclear arsenal throughout the Cold War, as the Denver Post reported.

The nuclear plant, just outside of Denver, operated from 1952 to 1989 when it shut down amid the grand jury investigation. While running, it had a history of fires, leaks and spills. Files about the plant, however, have remained a state secret since the grand jury investigation concluded in 1992.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Can't find the files", MY ASTROLABE!!!

They have most probably been destroyed, and are a sitting heap of ashes on a landfill somewhere.

Aug 01 08:49

BIG PHARMA ADMITS MEASLES OUTBREAK AND SUBSEQUENT MEDIA HYSTERIA MADE THEM MASSIVE PROFITS

OURCE: MATT AGORIST @ THE FREE THOUGHT PROJECT
(Support Free Thought) - Since the beginning of the year, the Free Thought Project has been reporting on the hysteria associated with the measles outbreak and the subsequent loss of liberties and police state crackdown that’s ensued. We’ve seen children banned from public spaces, mandatory vaccinations enforced with police action, and a pro-vaccine push in the mainstream media like we’ve never seen before. In May, the pro-mandatory vaccine push reached a new level, as the Washington Post published an article calling for the arrest of those who choose not to vaccinate. Now we are seeing the result of said hysteria and it comes in the form of massive pharmaceutical industry profits.

On Tuesday, the pharmaceutical giant Merck said consumer demand for its measles vaccine skyrocketed thanks to the “outbreak” which helped boost sales in its second quarter.

Aug 01 08:46

Jason Momoa delivers passionate address to protest the Thirty Meter Telescope construction on sacred site Mauna Kea

Jason Momoa delivered a passionate address to protesters at the proposed Thirty Meter Telescope construction site on the sacred grounds at Mauna Kea in Hawaii.

The Aquaman star got choked up when he addressed the crowd, apologizing that it took him 'so long to visit,' according to Hawaii News Now.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Maybe the protesters will rethink what the gods are wanting, what with TWO hurricanes bearing down on them!

Aug 01 07:46

Zionist Puppet Trump Gives Israel a Free Hand in Genocide of Palestinian People

With all criticism toward Israel silenced in the West, Israel now enjoys complete impunity to make life a hell on earth for the Palestinians.
The arrival of Donald Trump in the White House two-and-a-half years ago has emboldened Israel as never before, leaving it free to unleash new waves of brutality in the occupied territories.

While engaged in the process of “saving” Israel, Donald Trump is going to destroy the United States.

Israel is a demonic evil entity. It has Amerika by the throat. Israel is in the process of destroying the United States because it is a parasite, a vampire. Trump is their man. Trump’s job is to serve Israel.

All the ‘Q’ talk about Trump playing 4d chess is utter garbage. That is the psyop they are using to fool the goyim into believing that Trump is somehow working for the American voter. He is not, he is working for Israel.

You cannot make Amerika great again by giving Israel everything it wants — and more.

Jul 31 20:03

Everything in Japan

Jul 31 11:49

New Vaccine Mandates: Your Choice

By Rosanne Lindsay, Naturopath

American freedom is being tested, once again, as new vaccine mandates are being announced, state by state, spurred on by fear of measles in the headlines.

In a state of amnesia, America has forgotten that measles, like the flu, had historically been considered a harmless, childhood cyclical infection. Natural infection is a right of passage that confers life-long immunity and strengthens the immune system to reduce the chance of cancers later in life. Further, there is a documented negative association between measles infection and Parkinson’s disease...

Jul 31 10:50

Are You Ready To Have Elon Musk’s Artificial Intelligence Chip, Neuralink, Inserted Into Your Brain? Trials Start 2020 For The ‘Robotization’ Of Humankind

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Are you ready to be chipped and robotized?

As almost always, conspiracy theories and/or “fake news” turn out to be factual, but propagandized so as to make “useless eaters” feel they are ‘safe’ from surveillance and becoming robots or ‘bots’...

Jul 31 08:42

Ketamine Isn’t an Opioid and Treats Depression in a Unique Way

Ketamine has gotten a bad rap as an opioid when there’s plenty of evidence suggesting it isn’t one, Johns Hopkins experts say. They believe this reputation may hamper patients from getting necessary treatment for the kinds of depression that don’t respond to typical antidepressants. In a new paper, the researchers clarify the mechanism behind ketamine’s mechanism of action in hopes of restoring the therapy’s standing among health care professionals and the public...

Jul 31 07:50

How Real Mind Control Works

By Brandon Smith

When people are confronted with the idea of “mind control” they often think of something out of television or film media; a lone prisoner tortured, chemically dazed and conditioned into a hollow zombie as his captors squeeze information from him or use him to complete a task he would not normally do or morally accept. And while there is actually some truth to this kind of Hollywood depiction, as is evidenced in the exposure of government programs like MK Ultra, the most insidious forms of mind control are far more subtle.

Governments and the elitists behind them do not necessarily need to physically cage, drug and brutalize people in order to influence how they behave. All they need to do is manage their perceptions, expectation and assumptions. This can be accomplished with large portions of the public, rather than one person at a time...

Jul 30 19:57

Scientists Get the Green Light to Create Human-Animal Hybrids in Japan

By S.M. Gibson

Human-animal hybrids are set to be developed at the University of Tokyo after the Japanese government recently lifted a ban on the controversial stem-cell research.

Hiromitsu Nakauchi—director of the Center for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Tokyo and team leader at Stanford’s Nakauchi Lab—is the first to receive approval for the questionable experiments which will attempt to grow human cells in rat and mouse embryos before being brought to term in a surrogate animal...

Jul 30 19:01

Disturbing New Report Reveals How Many Environmental Activists Are Murdered Each Week

By Julia Conley

The fight to protect land, homes, livelihoods, and wildlife from destructive, pollution-causing industries turned deadly for more than 160 environmental defenders in 2018, international human rights group Global Witness revealed Monday night in a new report.

Organizers campaigning against the destruction of the environment face governments, contract killers, and private security firms trying to stop them—sometimes working together. In total, 164 people were murdered last year while fighting such forces as the mining, logging, and agribusiness industries from taking over swathes of ancestral lands, communities, and natural habitats...

Jul 30 12:08

Stanford Researchers Develop Battery to Harness Energy from Seawater

Stanford researchers develop technology to harness energy from mixing of freshwater and seawater

Salt is power. It might sound like alchemy, but the energy in places where salty ocean water and freshwater mingle could provide a massive source of renewable power. Stanford researchers have developed an affordable, durable technology that could harness this so-called blue energy...

Jul 30 10:46

Stressed at School? Art Therapy Reduces Stress Headaches In Teenage Girls

Teenagers report higher levels of stress than adults, and cite school as the highest contributing factor, according to the American Psychological Association’s annual report. A summary from 2013 concluded that while stress among Americans was not new, “what’s troubling is the stress outlook for teens in the United States.”

In response, recently some schools have turned to mindfulness-based programs as a way to alleviate stress among their students. These programs could benefit from more research into what activities students find most useful...

Jul 30 10:02

Cannabidiol Reduces Aggressiveness, Study Concludes

Experiments with mice performed by Brazilian scientists show that a substance derived from cannabis plants attenuates isolation-induced aggressive behavior.

A new study has concluded that cannabidiol attenuates the aggressiveness induced by social isolation. The research, based on a mouse model, was performed by scientists at the University of São Paulo’s Ribeirão Preto Medical School (FMRP-USP) in Brazil. The results are published in the journal Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry...

Jul 30 08:48

Expensive 5G Phones Overheat and Switch Back to 4G; “Remedies” Include Ice Packs and Cranking A/C

By B.N. Frank

A few weeks ago, new warnings started being reported that 5G is causing phones to overheat.

Here’s another one, including some very unfriendly solutions for the environment...

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