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Sep 20 07:52

Air Force To Replace V-22 With Flying Cars, Suppressed Technology On Electrogravitics — Project Winterhaven About To Be Disclosed?

By Aaron Kesel

According to Defense One, the Air Force is looking at replacing its legendary V-22 Osprey under a program named Agility Prime, an effort to harness the commercial world’s work on flying cars. However, the Air Force has for years been experimenting with anti-gravitational technology under the nose of the public as this article will detail.

Defense One reported that the Agility Prime program was discussed at the Air Force Association’s Air, Space & Cyber conference on Tuesday as “a low-hanging opportunity” to “look into where commercial innovation is going in flying cars.”

Thomas Townsend Brown The Father Of Anti-Gravity...

Sep 20 07:44

Possible cancer cure discovered. Hopefully he doesn't "commit suicide" soon

and it's all for nothing just like many past cases of people with cures either disappearing or dying

Sep 20 05:03

A Grieving Father Is Standing Trial for Criticizing a Judge on Facebook

A Michigan man was jailed last month on a $500,000 bond after writing critical posts on Facebook about the judge who denied him custody of his son. Jonathan Vanderhagen, 35, is now standing trial for malicious use of telecommunication services.

The saga began two years ago when Vanderhagen petitioned Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Rachel Rancilio for sole custody of his 2-year-old son, Killian. Vanderhagen argued that Killian's biological mother was unfit to be Killian's sole guardian. Judge Rancilio disagreed and the child's mother was able to retain custody.

Shortly after the custody dispute, Killian passed away in his mother's care from what authorities concluded was a preexisting medical condition.

Sep 20 04:55

Cancer from tap water?

Sep 19 23:02

US drone kills 30 Afghan civilians instead of Daesh terrorists

A US drone strike that was supposed to take out members of the Daesh terrorist group in Afghanistan has instead killed at least 30 farm workers who were taking a break after a day's labor, officials say.

The attack on Wednesday night also injured 40 people as it targeted tents pitched near pine nut fields at the mountainous Wazir Tangi in eastern Nangarhar province, three officials confirmed to Reuters on Thursday.

"The workers had lit a bonfire and were sitting together when a drone targeted them," tribal elder Malik Rahat Gul told Reuters over the phone.

The owner of the fields said at least 150 workers were resting when the attack happened. Many of them remained missing, he added.

Sep 19 16:08

Study: More Than 100,000 Cancer Cases From Toxic Chemical in US Tap Water

A toxic cocktail of chemical pollutants in U.S. drinking water could result in more than 100,000 cancer cases, according to a peer-reviewed study from Environmental Working Group – the first study to conduct a cumulative assessment of cancer risks due to 22 carcinogenic contaminants found in drinking water nationwide.

In a paper published today in the journal Heliyon, EWG scientists used a novel analytical framework that calculated the combined health impacts of carcinogens in 48,363 community water systems in the U.S. This assessment does not include water quality information for the 13.5 million American households that rely on private wells for their drinking water...

Sep 19 11:50

NASA Moon Orbiter Fails to Spot India's Lunar Lander

NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has reportedly failed to spot India’s Chandrayaan-2 lunar lander, which apparently crashed during its Sept. 6 touchdown attempt.

LRO’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera instrument, or LROC, imaged the intended south pole touchdown site for the lander, which is called Vikram, as planned yesterday (Sept. 17), Aviation Week's Mark Carreau reported. But "long shadows in the area may be obscuring the silent lunar explorer," Carreau wrote.

“It was near dusk as the region prepares to transition from a two-week lunar day to an equally long lunar night, so shadows covered much of the region, and Vikram may not be in the LROC’s field of view," Carreau wrote, citing a NASA statement. (The Aviation Week article is behind a paywall.)

Sep 19 11:37

We Don’t Have a Real Market for Health Care in the U.S.

By Robert E. Wright

In some circles, deregulation got a bad name due to the Panic of 2008. It shouldn’t have as the causes of the subprime mortgage crisis ran deep, but ultimately dumb bureaucratic incentives rather than partially deregulated markets precipitated the panic.

Deregulation of alcohol production showed what entrepreneurs can achieve, if only allowed the chance. So, too, did deregulation of the airline industry in 1978. Flying today sucks, but without those reforms, flying would still suck and coach seats would cost $1,000 or more on major domestic routes. And you would see a lot more out-of-state license plates on our already overcrowded interstates.

Why, then, does the federal government simply not deregulate health care and health insurance?...

Sep 19 11:18

U.S. House Reps Confront FCC on Not Changing 23-Year-Old RF Exposure Limits for Current Wireless Tech Despite Research Proving Harm

By B.N. Frank

Current federal RF safety limits for cell phones and all other wireless technologies were established before most people had or were exposed to cell phones or other wireless radiation emitting technology. They don’t apply to how most of the population uses or are exposed today. They don’t consider more recent research and risks from all sources of exposure. These limits need to be changed but the FCC refuses to change them...

Sep 19 11:15

NASA official casts doubt on agency's ability to meet a 2024 deadline for returning astronauts to the moon less than a week after it reaffirmed the goal

In a congressional subcommittee Wednesday, Kenneth Bowersox, acting associate administrator for human exploration, said that while NASA is doing its best to meet a White House-imposed deadline of 2024, he wouldn't bet anything on it.

Sep 19 08:21

Vacant Lots In Detroit Are Being Transformed Into Bee Farms

By Mayukh Saha

Two Detroit locals have taken a sweet initiative to fight inner-city urban blight by taking abandoned lots and converting them into full-fledged urban bee farms.

Detroit Hives, a non-profit organization, has been working towards both honey bee conservation and city refurbishment since 2017. The founders, who are both Detroit natives, noticed how abandoned lots were ruining neighborhoods. They were dumping grounds for waste, uncared for, and unkempt. But where did the idea for apiaries come from?...

Sep 18 18:53

Health Concerns Have Stopped 5G Rollout in Australia!

By B.N. Frank

No matter how proponents try to spin it, the Telecom Industry has provided NO scientific evidence that 5G exposure is safe and many credible doctors and scientists insist that IT ISN’T. Symptoms from exposure include irritated eyes, increased sweating, and more. In fact, people and their pets are already suffering from exposure where it’s been installed.

This being said — a big congratulations to Aussies for stopping 5G from being installed in the Land Down Under...

Sep 18 11:44

CBD May Alleviate Seizures and Help with Neurodevelopmental Conditions

UNC School of Medicine researchers led by Ben Philpot, PhD, and Bin Gu, PhD, found that cannabidiol had anti-seizure effects and behavior benefits in animal models of Angelman syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder.

A marijuana plant extract, also known as cannabidiol (CBD), is being commonly used to improve anxiety, sleep problems, pain, and many other neurological conditions. Now UNC School of Medicine researchers show it may alleviate seizures and normalize brain rhythms in Angelman syndrome, a rare neurodevelopmental condition...

Sep 18 10:40

Scott Adams: Coffee…NOW!

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1174322487737245698?s=20

My new book LOSERTHINK goes on sale 11/5. Pre-order: https://bit.ly/2NRammu
Was Corey Lewandowski’s testimony, Trump inspired technique?
Making a mockery of the process was hilarious
A suggested plan for gun control policy
Saudi Arabia isn’t positive Aramco attack was from Iran?
If NOT Iran…then who?
Response options and outcomes
President Trump understands human nature like nobody else

Sep 18 10:21

Brazil Experiment May Have Accidentally Created Genetically-Modified Super Mosquitos

An experiment to deliberately release genetically modified mosquitos into Brazil appears to have failed miserably - and may have even resulted in 'super-mosquitos' according to a Yale research study published earlier this month.

During a 27-month experiment aimed at curbing the spread of Yellow Fever, Dengue, Zika and other mosquito-borne diseases, approximately 450,000 male "OX513A" mosquitos modified by UK biotech company Oxitec were released into the wild in 2013. Females who mate with the designer mosquitos produce non-viable offspring, while Oxitec said that the man-made modifications wouldn't make it into the local insect population.

Wrong...

Sep 18 09:39

Only the Coalition of the Foolish Wants a War With Iran

If you want to identify the most reckless powers in our world today, look no further than Israel, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States of America.

byVijay PrashadThe reaction from Iran has been calm. The government in Tehran has decided not to cower beneath the storm clouds from Washington. It threatens Canada with its own sanctions if the Canadians do not release seized Iranian assets. An oil tanker that was carrying diesel to the United Arab Emirates has been seized by the Iranians on the grounds of smuggling. Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani told the Syria Summit in Ankara, Turkey, that there can be no stability in Syria as long as U.S. troops remain there. Iran refuses to blink. It has taken the position that it must stand strong and call the U.S. bluff.

This is a dangerous bluff.

But it is also a calculated one.

Sep 18 09:36

This Wasn’t How Trump’s War on Iran Was Supposed to Go

The U.S. thought it was cleverly choking the regime, but now it's clear that 'maximum pressure' goes both ways.
The Saturday attack on Saudi oil facilities, which took 5.7 million barrels of oil per day offline, is the escalation that wasn’t supposed to happen. Now that it has happened, we enter perilous new terrain.
In the meantime, Trump is in a tight spot of his own making, with neither escalation nor retrenchment looking to be attractive options. The president may have outsmarted himself this time.
The whole drama, in a nutshell, is just the old-fashioned hubris of the imperial power, issuing its edicts, and genuinely surprised when it encounters resistance, even though such resistance confirms for the wunderkinds their view of the enemy’s malevolence.

Is Trump trapped? That is the question of the hour.

Sep 18 08:29

Geopolitical Tectonic Plates are Shifting

With the world on fire in so many places, trying to write an overview can be a daunting task when a book-sized effort is really needed. But our commentaries here can help readers begin to connect the dots as to why this is all happening, what the downside risks are to us, and what options we have to try to approach it better.

Sep 18 08:25

Prozac Maker Paid Millions To Secure Favorable Verdict In Mass Shooting Lawsuit

By Arjun Walia

Everybody should know by now that pharmaceutical companies tend to be extremely unethical, and that they have a very tight stranglehold over government health regulatory agencies like the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).

According to Robert F. Kennedy Jr., pharmaceutical companies have more lobbyists in Washington D.C. than there are congressmen and senators combined. They are even more powerful than big oil and gas, so you can just imagine the power they exercise over politicians and our federal health regulatory agencies...

Sep 18 08:24

Russia and Iran build powerful alliance countering USA and Saudi Arabia

The situation on the world market of oil is reminiscent of a game of tennis with the participation of four players. Russia and Iran play in tandem to raise oil prices, while the tandem of the United States and Saudi Arabia has a goal to cause oil prices to collapse. The players realize that the winner will dictate rules of the game in world politics.

Sep 18 08:21

Chinese-Thai Military Cooperation Expanding

Recent news of Bangkok signing a 6.5 billion Thai Baht deal with China to procure a naval landing ship (a landing platform dock or LPD) further illustrates growing ties between Beijing and Bangkok in the sphere of military matters.

The Thai Royal Navy’s only other ship of similar capabilities is the HTMS Angthong, built by Singapore, Bangkok Post reported.

The deal comes in the wake of several other significant arms acquisitions made by Bangkok in recent years including 39 Chinese-built VT-4 main battle tanks (with another batch of 14 being planned), China’s Type-85 armoured personnel carriers and even the nation’s first modern submarine made by China expected to be in service by 2023.

Sep 18 08:19

Will the US Use Greece to Block Russia in the Black Sea?

The port of Alexandroupoli is of particular importance to US policy in not only the Balkans, but especially to Russia. It is also an important energy route as the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB) pipeline and the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) is in the region. The port is also important for transportation as it is strategically located close to the Turkish-controlled Dardanelles that connects the Aegean/Mediterranean Seas with the Black Sea, and therefore Russia.

With the acquisition of this port, NATO and US forces may be in the Balkans in only a few hours and can easily stop Russian trade with the world via the Black Sea by blockading the Dardanelles. With Turkey increasingly defying NATO – in which Greece is also a member state of – by improving relations with Russia and buying the S-400, the US can make Greece more aligned with it under the guise of ensuring Greece’s security.

Sep 18 08:15

Trump orders 'substantial increase' in sanctions on Iran

This lover of Israel is raising on a busted flush.

President Trump announced Wednesday that he had ordered a “substantial increase” in sanctions on Iran.

“I have just instructed the Secretary of the Treasury to substantially increase Sanctions on the country of Iran!” he wrote on Twitter.

The move comes after Saturday’s drone strikes on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, which the country said had disrupted about half of the kingdom's oil capacity, or 5% of the daily global oil supply.

US Defense Secretary Mike Esper said on Monday that the US military is preparing a response to the attack on major Saudi Arabia oil facilities, AFP reported.

Sep 18 08:12

+18 Graphic Video: Israeli forces shoot dead Palestinian woman for alleged stabbing attack

These Israeli criminals let her bleed to death. Probably a throw down knife! And Trump loves Israel.

A Palestinian woman was shot dead by an Israeli force north of Jerusalem amid conflicting reports about the main reason behind the shooting.
According to local sources, a woman lost her way and approached a security checkpoint for the Israeli forces in Qalandiya village, located between Jerusalem and Ramallah, when she was shot in her leg.

Sep 18 08:10

State Takes Child from Parents, Forces Him to Take Chemo for Treating Cancer With Cannabis

By Jack Burns

Parents of a 4-year-old Florida boy had their child taken away last month because they sought to treat his cancer in a holistic manner. A judge ruled the couple had placed their son in harm’s way after ceasing chemotherapy treatments for his leukemia.

Taylor Bland-Ball and Joshua McAdams had their parental rights taken away from them following the couple’s decision to seek a second opinion out of state. That decision led to the parents giving their son CBD and THC oil along with traditional chemotherapy treatments...

Sep 18 08:07

Blunders eroded US military edge in Pacific

The United States Studies Center at the University of Sydney recently issued a report: “Averting Crisis: American Strategy, Military Spending and Collective Defense in the Indo-Pacific.” Averting Disaster would be a better title. The crisis is already here.
Much of the press coverage focuses on the PLA’s ability to launch a sudden, devastating missile strike against vulnerable US bases in the region. But the problems go beyond China’s formidable missile force. Rather, Chinese advances are across the military spectrum: surface ships, fighters and bombers, submarines and anti-submarine warfare, cyber and outer space warfare. Beijing is figuring out how to put it all together – and operating far from Chinese territory.
In simple language: The US could have a hard time in a fight – and might not win. A far cry from years of assumed American superiority over the PLA.

Sep 18 07:58

Vigil Held In Sacramento For Children Killed Or Injured By Vaccines

By Arjun Walia

Every single headline from any mainstream media source that calls attention to people raising concerns about vaccines–or in this case, protesting the recent SB277 bill that was signed into law in California State, stripping away medical exemptions for vulnerable children–always seems to contain “anti-vaccine” in the title and within the body of the article.

“Anti-vaccine” is a term used, along with ridicule, to oppose those who are concerned about vaccine safety and just want to bring awareness to the many issues that plague the world regarding vaccines...

Sep 18 07:48

Tropical Storm Jerry forms and forecast to be hurricane by Friday

Tropical Storm Jerry formed early Wednesday and is expected to continue to gain strength becoming a hurricane by Thursday night or Friday morning as the storm moves west, according to the National Hurricane Center’s 5 a.m. update.

Jerry has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph and is moving at 13 mph, the NHC said. The system will be considered a category 1 hurricane when the winds begin blowing at 74 mph.

Jerry’s tropical-storm-force winds extend up to 45 miles from the center.

Sep 18 03:54

Beijing, Moscow can balance negative impact from US — Chinese experts

In pundits' thinking, the damage Washington had done to the global economy was particularly affecting the United States’ allies.

BEIJING, September 18. /TASS/. China and Russia have been successfully acting as protectors of global security amid the failure of the United States’ foreign policy, particularly in relation to Afghanistan, said Chinese experts interviewed by the Global Times newspaper.

"After the collapse of peace talks between the US and the Taliban, a Taliban delegation met with Russian officials in Moscow, and China is also maintaining communications with relevant forces in Afghanistan. This is proof that China and Russia are all contributing to regional peace, while the US is failing," said Yang Jin, an associate research fellow at the department of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Sep 18 03:52

Russia refuses to play musical chairs with America’s debt, continues to dump US Treasuries

Moscow has continued to sell off US Treasury securities, cutting its stockpile by $2.35 billion in July, according to the latest US Department of the Treasury data released on Tuesday.
Russia’s holdings of US state debt amounted to $8.5 billion in July, with long-term US Treasury securities standing at $6.2 billion and short-term at $2.2 billion. In June, Russian investment in Treasury bills was around $10.8 billion.

Sep 18 03:50

Questions, Not Answers Surround U.S. Push to War with Iran

Moscow has had its fill of Netanyahu. He’s openly mocking Trump at international forums, first offering to sell the U.S. Russia’s hypersonic missiles at the G-20 and then offering to sell S-400 missile defense systems to the Saudis to protect their people from outside actors.
All with tongue firmly implanted in cheek, but like with all good comedy a core of undeniable truth.
Things look bad for the alliance between the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia, when your opponents are laughing at you openly. In that moment Putin exposed that the emperor truly was standing naked in front of the world.

Sep 18 03:45

‘My AR is Ready’

Last week, a political party of violence peddling Bolsheviks held a debate involving candidates who wish to be anointed the next American Emperor. One candidate by the name of Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke (known to Real Texans and Real Mexicans as The Fake Mexican) adamantly announced his intentions to confiscate the firearms of peaceful American subjects.

Not surprisingly, this assertion brought a rousing response from those who would object to such a criminal action. One of those objecting was Texas State Rep. Briscoe Cain. His response was equally inflammatory:

“My AR is ready for you, Robert Francis.”
Yes, his “AR is ready.”

1) It’s “ready” to be used to defend himself, his family and his community from criminal, murderous rampages.

Sep 18 03:42

Locked and Loaded on Behalf of Empire First

American democracy and capitalist prosperity are dying on the vine of Empire. And this weekend’s drone attack on the largest oil processing facility on the planet is a graphic case of why. So is the related picture below.

The scene is of Yemenis burying a busload of children who were obliterated by American-made bombs delivered by American-made Saudi aircraft, which were being navigated to target by US command and control assets.

This particular cruel foray was just one of thousands of sorties launched by the Saudis since 2015, which have resulted in upwards of 100,000 civilian deaths in northern Yemen and the virtual destruction of its economy – meaning horrific outbreaks of starvation, cholera and other diseases have become commonplace.

Sep 18 03:35

How Russian And Iran Beat Their Opponents' Strategies

Over the last decades Russia and Iran both needed to develop means to protect themselves against an ever growing threat from the United States and its allies. Both found unique ways to build deterrence that fit their situation.
Neither the U.S. nor its allies reacted to those developments by adopting their strategies or military means. It is only recently that the U.S. has woken up to the real situation. The loss of half its oil export capacity may finally wake up Saudi Arabia. Most other U.S. allies are still asleep.

When NATO extended into east Europe and the U.S. left the Anti-Ballistic-Missile Treaty Russia announced that it would develop countermeasures to keep the U.S. deterred from attacking it. Ten years later Russia delivered on its promise.
Iran, in contrast, developed its weapons along an asymmetric strategy just as Russia did.

Sep 17 12:57

Egypt Introduces First “Vertical Forest” to Africa to Solve Housing Crisis and Pollution

By Jason Erickson

It’s well understood by most readers of this site that Egypt has experienced massive turmoil over the last decade in the aftermath of a contentious revolution in 2011. While it’s a tendency to ignore political machinations in far-off lands, unless they have a demonstrable effect at home, there is one area of concern for which everyone should be empathetic: overcrowding and urban pollution...

Various economic crises around the world have left abandoned buildings, empty malls and dilapidated houses with enormous potential if we begin to expand our thinking. Vertical Forests and Vertical Farming appear to represent two key ways that we can maintain our connection to nature and self-sufficient food production...

Sep 17 10:51

Pioneering stem cell injections boost recovery in 25 stroke patients 'by helping damaged nerve cells regrow within six months'

The trial is among the first times the therapy has been tested on human patients
Their own bone marrow cells were put into their blood within 72 hours of stroke
One scientist said their nerve cells were regrowing in a way not usually seen
More than 100,000 strokes happen annually in the UK and 795,000 in the US
By SAM BLANCHARD SENIOR HEALTH REPORTER FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 09:00 EDT, 17 September 2019 | UPDATED: 11:48 EDT, 17 September 2019

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Fingers crossed that if this therapy can be tested with a larger population sample, and works well, that it can be available for stroke victims - and their families - soon.

Sep 17 09:11

“Trash Wheel” Invention Cleans Millions Of Pounds Of Garbage From Baltimore Harbor

By John Vibes

The Baltimore harbor is by far the most popular tourist destination in the city, but over the years conditions in the water began to deteriorate. Luckily, a Maryland resident invented a device that has been helping to remove millions of pounds of trash and debris from the harbor...

Sep 17 08:33

Attacks On Major Saudi Oil Installations Show Urgent Need For Peace With Yemen

The Houthi armed forces spokesman claimed responsibility for today's attack:

This operation is one of the largest operations carried out by our forces in the depth of Saudi Arabia and came after a accurate intelligence operation and advance monitoring and cooperation of honorable and free men within the Kingdom.
The claim of cooperation by people in Saudi Arabia will make the Saudi rulers even more paranoid than they usually are. It may well be that the drones were launched from inside Saudi Arabia and that their launch point was far nearer to the target than is publicly assumed.

Sep 17 07:48

Cannabis Wisdom and the Resilient Human – Part I

By Susan Boskey

The cannabis plant is incredibly versatile as many in legal states are quickly discovering. As a certified cannabis educator and practitioner in private practice, I find a number of medicinal uses that even surprise me. For example, I know someone with macular degeneration who is receiving periodic pharmaceutical injections into his eyes to slow/reverse the progression of this disease. Upon researching I discovered how THC could be as effective as the pharmaceutical. Now my new friend wants to try a cannabis product to complement his medical treatment.

The whole of the cannabis plant has been used for centuries as an overall health tonic boosting not only the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) [3] to restore balance to itself and the body’s other physiological regulatory systems, but also as a way to reduce anxiety, stress and depression via a beneficial impact on the mind and our deepest self, the soul...

Sep 17 07:16

Aluminum is a key ingredient in MANY vaccines: Here’s why it’s so dangerous

“Infants and young children throughout the world receive high quantities of aluminum from multiple inoculations. Incremental changes to the vaccination schedule during the past several years significantly increased the quantity of aluminum in childhood shots. Numerous studies provide compelling evidence that injected aluminum can be detrimental to health. Aluminum is capable of remaining in cells long after vaccination and may cause neurologic and autoimmune disorders. During early development, the child’s brain is more susceptible to toxins and the kidneys are less able to eliminate them. Thus, children have a greater risk than adults of adverse reactions to aluminum in vaccines. Millions of children every year are injected with vaccines containing mercury and aluminum despite well-established experimental evidence of the potential for additive or synergistic toxicity when an organism is exposed to two or more toxic metals.”

Sep 17 07:13

More proof that the LGBT mafia is destroying women’s sports in the name of “tolerance:” another biological man competes in female competition to ensure an easy “victory”

Reports indicate that “June” wasn’t really that good of a runner when he competed against other boys, having won only two of the 56 races he competed in over the course of three years on the men’s track and cross country teams. But competing against women has given “June” a fresh, new advantage, and made “her” a “winner” virtually overnight.

Sep 17 06:26

Genetically-modified mosquito apocalypse plan BACKFIRES spectacularly in Brazil

An experimental trial to reduce the mosquito population in Brazil through the deliberate release of 450,000 genetically modified mosquitoes has failed miserably and may have even created a genetic hybrid super species.

Sep 17 03:55

UHH, PART OF THE FACILITY WHERE RUSSIA STORES SMALLPOX AND EBOLA EXPLODED

SOURCE: GIZMODO.COM
?????! An explosion at Russia’s State Research Centre of Virology and Biotechnology (Vector) resulted in a fire, glass blown out throughout the building, and one worker suffering third degree burns on Monday, according to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. Vector is one of the only two places in the world where live smallpox virus samples are officially stored, as well as retains stocks of other deadly pathogens including the Ebola virus and anthrax spores.

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YIKES!! But how did this explosion actually start?!?

Sep 16 17:55

How Gut Bacteria Influences Blood Sugar Levels

Millions of people around the world experience serious blood sugar problems which can cause diabetes, but a world first study is revealing how gut bacteria impact the normally feel good hormone serotonin to negatively influence blood sugar levels.

Serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain, is nicknamed the ‘happy hormone’ and is normally linked with regulating sleep, well-being and metabolism. But the gut actually produces 95 percent of it, and not in the happy form like we know about in the brain...

Sep 16 17:51

Eating Cheese May Offset Blood Vessel Damage from Salt

Cheese lovers, rejoice. Antioxidants naturally found in cheese may help protect blood vessels from damage from high levels of salt in the diet, according to a new Penn State study.

In a randomized, crossover design study, the researchers found that when adults consumed a high sodium diet, they also experienced blood vessel dysfunction. But, when the same adults consumed four servings of cheese a day alongside the same high sodium diet, they did not experience this effect...

Sep 16 17:35

Compounds Extracted from Cerrado Plant Combat Thrush and Candidiasis

Four substances isolated from Mimosa caesalpiniifolia were found to be more effective against thrush and candida than was fluconazole; Brazilian researchers are developing an ointment

Fungi of the genus Candida cause thrush and candidiasis, a fairly common disease in humans. It can be lethal to individuals with low immunity, especially when they are hospitalized. Although the drug most widely used to combat the disease is effective in most cases, some varieties of the fungus are drug-resistant...

Sep 16 13:35

“Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson” on 5G Being “4G on Steroids” and “Flying Blind” with Health Risks

By B.N. Frank

The Telecom Industry has provided no scientific evidence that 5G exposure is safe. Many scientists insist that it isn’t. They also insist we’re being exposed to excessive and unhealthy levels of wireless radiation already – even without 5G.

Regardless, 5G is being installed everywhere despite all of this and increasing widespread opposition. That and more were highlighted in this Full Measure cover story...

Sep 16 11:46

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai speaks with Scott Adams about climate change.

Dr. Shiva destroys the deception of Fake Science of academics on Climate Change. Dr. Shiva shares the total fraud of their model predictions of the level of CO2 increases and their alarmist predictions of temperature increases of Earth.

Sep 16 11:42

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai: Beyond VAXX & ANTI-VAXX. Beyond "Left" & "Right"

Comments at: https://twitter.com/va_shiva/status/1172986548398120960?s=20

There are forces which divide people along the lines of "Left" and "Right", "Vaxx" and "Anti-Vax." Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai takes a deep look at who is benefiting from this and how this process works. Dr. Shiva attempts to find a Real Solution to the Real Problem through this discourse on Vaccines and, in the process, he also discusses and shares with you a precision & personalized medicine framework for advancing discourse & conversation.

Sep 16 11:04

Same Gov’t That’s Now Banning Flavored E-Cigs, Approved Candy-Flavored Amphetamines for Kids

By Matt Agorist

Last week, the Trump administration announced a sweeping ban of flavored e-cigarettes under the ostensible caring notion of stopping children from vaping.

Childhood smoking is certainly a concern, but the idea of a government ban on flavored cigarettes is outright laughable considering the things this government has already approved for children to put in their bodies. What’s more, banning these e-cigarettes will be a huge boon to the regular cigarette industry which kills hundreds of thousands every year...

According to reports, six deaths have been attributed to vaping. Six deaths. And the direct attribution to vaping is still unclear. Meanwhile, 1,500 people die every single day in America from cigarette smoking related illness and this is just fine and dandy...

Sep 16 11:00

Scott Adams: Join Me With Dr. Shiva Now to Talk About Vaccinations

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1173598048368250882?s=20

What the public doesn’t know about vaccination testing
Special Guest: Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai MIT PhD.
Topic: Vaccinations, the science, the studies…and lack thereof
No studies on impact of multiple vaccines given all at once
1 out of 88 kids now have a marker for autism
Why have autism rates increased, is it vaccine driven?
We’re NOT applying real risk management to vaccine safety
Are the vaccinated as a whole better off than the unvaccinated?
We haven’t studied that question
NYT issues correction they call an update
Alleged Kavanaugh victim has NO MEMORY of incident
My Elton John farewell tour concert experience

Follow Dr. Shiva on Twitter: https://twitter.com/va_shiva

Sep 16 10:27

US defense failure… Why Washington has to blame Iran over Saudi attacks

The devastating blitz on Saudi Arabia’s oil industry has led to a flurry of accusations from US officials blaming Iran. The reason for the finger-pointing is simple: Washington’s spectacular failure to protect its Saudi ally.
The Trump administration needs to scapegoat Iran for the latest military assault on Saudi Arabia because to acknowledge that the Houthi rebels mounted such an audacious assault on the oil kingdom’s heartland would be an admission of American inadequacy.

Sep 16 09:43

Formidable Yemeni Houthis Fighters

Things aren’t going well for the US, NATO, Israel, Riyadh, and their jihadist proxies in Yemen.

They’re losing endless war to Ansarullah Houthi rebels, their capabilities much more sophisticated than earlier believed.

Their explosive-laden drones and missiles are able to penetrate Saudi defenses effectively, damaging strategic targets, including kingdom oil fields, its soft underbelly super-wealth producing lifeline.

On Saturday, explosive-laden Houthi drones attacked two Saudi Aramco oil facilities, setting targets struck ablaze — the kingdom’s Abqaiq refinery (the world’s largest) and Khurais oil field.

Both attacks caused huge fires visible from outer space. The facilities are crucial world energy supply chain links.

Sep 16 09:05

3 US Targets in Region Attacked If IRGC Downing of Spy Drone Responded – IRGC Commander By wmw_admin on September 16, 2019

As tensions mount over alleged Iranian involvement in the attack on the Saudi oil facility, the statements from the IRGC commander below are meant as a warning to America. In other words General Amir Ali Hajizadeh is saying to Trump, mess with us and you will pay a heavy price.

US Bases surrounding Iran. All within easy reach of Iran’s surface-to-surface missiles. Click to enlarge

Will Trump heed these warnings? Or will he comply with the demands of the Saudis, the Zionists and U.S. hawks and sacrifice more U.S. lives needlessly?
We write that because things are not unfolding quite as Anglo-American-Zionist elite had planned. So instead of an apocalyptic conflict, which would enable them impose martial law across the West and expand their global dominion, a military clash with Iran might entail a series of limited, lesser engagements.

Sep 16 07:21

'Cocktail of pollutants' found in dolphins in English Channel

Dolphins living in the English Channel are exposed to a "cocktail of pollutants", say scientists.

A study found some of the highest recorded levels of toxic chemicals and mercury in the bodies of bottlenose dolphins off the French coast.

Researchers say more needs to be done to tackle the "invisible" problem of lingering pollutants in the oceans.

Sep 16 07:07

This Device Generates Electricity From Darkness

This is isn’t really comparable to solar energy, which can generate maybe 100 times more power than this device operating at its limit, according to study author Aaswath Raman, an assistant professor of materials science and engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles. But it’s cheap, and would be able to operate for longer than a battery could. And of course, it provides a way to generate electricity at a time that solar panels can’t.

Sep 15 11:52

Scott Adams: The Simultaneous Sip Waits For No One. Unless you see it on Replay

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1173235094280032256?s=20

What would happen…if the ticket is Biden/Kamala?
Fat-Shaming, Bill Maher and James Corden
President Trump says…”I’m good with that!”
New home building systems and technology are the future
“Hempcrete” for example
My recent insight about why “Fine People” HOAX is so sticky
S.E. Cupp anti-Trumper notes the incompetence of the Dems
Kyle Bass says Chinese internet nodes in US allows them to spy
Andrew Yang soft rebuke of SNL’s Gillis use of ethnic slur
Why did Houthi rebels attack Saudi oil facility, not a better target?
Matt Gaetz suggests Erik Prince for National Security Advisor
Vaccines given all at once, nobody has tested that risk
If they’re given together…you should test consequences

Sep 15 09:23

Antibiotic Resistance Surges in Dolphins, Mirroring Humans

Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest public health challenges in the world today since many common bacterial infections are developing resistance to the drugs once used to treat them, and new antibiotics aren’t being developed fast enough to combat the problem.

Once primarily confined to health care settings, these resistant strains of bacteria are now commonly found in other places, especially marine environments. To date, few studies have looked at long-term trends in antibiotic resistance in pathogens isolated from wildlife populations...

Sep 15 09:02

Lincoln County War

Intervention by the US Cavalry from Fort Stanton under Colonel Dudley with Gatling guns ended The Lincoln County War

Sep 15 08:58

Massacre At Wounded Knee, 1890

On the morning of December 29, 1890, the Sioux chief Big Foot and some 350 of his followers camped on the banks of Wounded Knee creek. Surrounding their camp was a force of U.S. troops charged with the responsibility of arresting Big Foot and disarming his warriors. The scene was tense. Trouble had been brewing for months.

Tell him he need have no fear in giving up his arms, as I wish to treat him kindly.' Big Foot replied, 'They have no guns, except such as you have found.' Forsyth declared, 'You are lying to me in return for my kindness.'

When the smoke cleared and the shooting stopped, approximately 300 Sioux were dead, Big Foot among them.

Sep 15 08:55

Washington and the Whiskey Rebellion Summary

Washington had a personal interest in this. His slave produced hooch couldn't compete against the corn liqour made up in the Mountains. The battle still goes on today.

It was the late 18th century and the national government was cash-strapped. In order to raise money, Congress passed a 25% excise (sales) tax on liquor. Anger about the tax was widespread along the frontier from Pennsylvania to Georgia. Many Americans along the frontier resented the tax from a distant legislature. There were outbreaks of opposition. In rural areas where no one was willing to serve as tax collector, the taxes went unpaid.

Sep 15 08:52

German Study: Alarming Levels of Dangerous Plastics in Children’s Bodies

By Common Dreams

Plastic byproducts were found in an alarming 97-100% of blood and urine samples from 2,500 children tested between 2014 and 2017, according to a new study by the German Environment Ministry and the Robert Koch Institute.

Der Spiegel, the German weekly magazine, published the findings Saturday, which were part of a federal study focused on “human biomonitoring” of 3 to 17-year-olds. Traces from 11 out of 15 plastic ingredients were found in the test samples...

Sep 15 08:45

ICE Accidentally Reveals Fascist “Hyper-Realistic” Urban Warfare Training Facility At Army Base

The US Military is being trained to attack the American People

By Aaron Kesel
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency accidentally revealed the location of a new “urban warfare” training facility that is expected to include “hyper-realistic” simulations of homes, hotels and commercial buildings in Chicago and Arizona, Newsweek reported.
The “hyper-realistic” urban training ground will be housed in Fort Benning, Georgia the report details. The information was revealed after ICE failed to redact its acquisition form document that was posted online. After copying and pasting the document’s contents into a separate document, Newsweek said it was able to establish that the facility will be built at the U.S. Army post.

https://daytondui.com/founding-fathers-opposed-standing-army/
https://www.fff.org/2015/03/31/biggest-threat-american-liberty/
https://www.counterpunch.org/2016/08/17/the-greatest-threat-to-our-fre...

Sep 15 08:39

Attack on Saudi oil field a game-changer in Gulf confrontation Analysis by Tim Lister, CNN Updated 9:29 AM ET, Sun September 15, 2019 Reporter: 'Startlingly dangerous moment' in Middle East condor diverted flight map Spilled coffee diverted transatlanti

It is a game changer all right. A couple more strikes like this and it will be the end of the House of Saud!

(CNN)The attack on the world's largest oil processing plant early Saturday morning is a dramatic escalation in the confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia -- even if the Iranians didn't fire the drones or missiles responsible.

Several projectiles struck the Abiqaiq plant, starting a series of fires that quickly took out nearly half Saudi's oil production -- 5% of the global daily output -- and sparking fears about the security of the world's oil supplies.
It's unclear when Abiqaiq, which is operated by Saudi giant Aramco, will be fully operational again.

Sep 15 08:15

Former Microsoft Canada President Warns AGAIN About Exposure to WiFi Radiation And 5G

By B.N. Frank

Thanks to Frank Clegg and Michigan Safe Technology for posting this short but information-packed video featuring the former Microsoft Canada president addressing issues with WiFi and 5G radiation again...

Sep 15 08:06

Yale Study: Wild Mosquitoes Retained Genes Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

By Aaron Kesel

In Brazil a genetic engineering test of mosquitoes appears to have failed, with genes from the mutant mosquitoes now mixing with the native population, Nature reported. This comes as mad scientists in the U.S. are finding they are getting bitten back by messing with nature after running their own program to genetically modify mosquitoes.

The experiment involved a company called Oxitec which took male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes and genetically engineered them to have a dominant lethal gene. The idea was first proposed in 2016, according to an article by Science Magazine that discussed the plans to release the GM insects...

Sep 15 08:06

EATING HUMAN FLESH IS THE LATEST IDEA TO STOP CLIMATE CHANGE

If you’re concerned about the human impact on Earth’s climate, you could plant a tree, install solar panels, ride a bike, or eat your dead relatives.

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