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Oct 20 10:28

DARPA TO WEAPONIZE INSECTS TO SPREAD VIRUSES ACROSS THE POPULATION

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working on an agricultural bio-weapon, and a team of scientists are speaking out about it.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is amazing just how fundamentally pure "mad evil genius"DARPA is willing to go; its implementation of this project will justify it being called "a breach of the Biological Weapons Convention", and the results may well be both catastrophic... and irreversible.

Oct 20 10:14

X-37B Military Space Plane Wings Past 400 Days on Latest Mystery Mission

The latest mystery mission of the U.S. Air Force's robotic X-37B space plane has now passed the 400-day mark .

This mission — known as Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV-5) — was rocketed into Earth orbit on Sept. 7, 2017, atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The uncrewed space plane is carrying out secretive duties during the X-37B program's fifth flight.

Oct 20 10:12

10 percent of American F-22 fighter jets damaged by Hurricane Michael

Part of the reason the F-22’s were left in the path of the storm is that they were broken and too expensive to fix or fly.

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Hurricane Michael qualifies as an enemy ace!

Oct 20 09:24

For A Woman Who Accused A Lawyer Of Groping Her, There’s No #MeToo

Luisa Esposito sat quietly as her personal injury lawyer bragged about how lucky she was that that he’d taken her case. He’d dropped a “big case from Oregon, a big case about a matter that involved a big client, corporate client,” to work on hers, a common car crash suit, Allen Isaac told Esposito as they met in his office on the 20th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper.

Oct 20 09:18

EXCLUSIVE: HE’S RUNNING FOR GOVERNOR AS A SINGLE DAD, BUT HIS EX-WIFE SAYS HE TREATED HER ‘LIKE A PRISONER,’ BRUISED HER NECK (3 Pics)

Nevada Democrat Steve Sisolak has framed his gubernatorial campaign on an image of him raising his two daughters as a single father. But his ex-wife said that claim is “bull,” that he treated her like “a total prisoner,” and that an altercation with Sisolak in 2000 left her with a bruised neck.

Oct 20 08:41

The Insidious Wiles of Foreign Influence: Trump, Bin Salman, and Netanyahu

Even if the Saudi monarchy or Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in particular did not murder journalist Jamal Khashoggi, that regime is an especially evil one in both its domestic and international conduct. To see that, one need only consider the horrendous Saudi war against the people of Yemen, which has been backed by the U.S. government since Barack Obama was in office. That war, with its merciless killing of defenseless thousands, spread of disease, and inevitable benefits to al-Qaeda, is just the latest in a series Saudi atrocities.

Oct 20 08:35

Dr. Paul Offit Says Trump, DeNiro Ages Caused Autism In Their Sons

this morning, American pediatrician and co-inventor of the rotavirus vaccine, Paul Offit, has unwittingly intertangled the two media icons. Offit is a staunch supporter of all things vaccines. Both Trump and DeNiro have much more frigid relationships with vaccines. Trump has notably and controversially supported the idea of vaccine injuries. Most of Trump’s rhetoric came prior to his Presidential election win. During a recent interview with Zubin Damani (ZDoggMD), Offit asserted that both Trump’s son Barron and DeNiro’s son Elliot are autistic because of paternal age factors. Meaning, Trump and DeNiro had both of the children over the age of 60, something Offit claims influences the onset of autism. The glowing problem with Offit’s statement is that the Trumps have never said Barron is autistic

Oct 19 14:51

Kratom & The Liver: Dangers and Solutions

There is no documented history of kratom being responsible for any damage to the liver or any other vital organs, for that matter. Current information suggests that there is no risk of liver toxicity to kratom.

Oct 19 12:04

A 150-Year-Old Drug Could Improve One of the Biggest Problems with Radiation Therapy

A muscle relaxant drug, discovered 150 years ago, may have a new role to play in modern medicine.New research suggests that the drug, called papaverine, could give a much-needed boost to radiation therapy, increasing its impact on cancerous cells in hard-to-reach areas.

Oct 19 09:19

The Hubble Deep Space Field photos are absolutely mind blowing (14 Pics)

The Hubble Deep Space Field photos are absolutely mind blowing (14 Pics)

Oct 19 09:03

Colorado parents are holding 'chickenpox parties' to deliberately infect their children with the virus

Most parents go out of their way to prevent their children from contracting chickenpox.

But a group in Boulder, Colorado, is doing the exact opposite - arranging 'chickenpox parties' to deliberately infect their children.

It is a technique that was used by families decades ago, before the varicella zoster vaccine was released in 1995, in an attempt to 'naturally' build up their kids' immunity to viruses.

Oct 19 08:50

Should We All Take Aspirin to Prevent Cancer?

For people without a personal history of cardiovascular disease, aspirin’s risks may outweigh its benefits, but aspirin may have additional benefits. “We have long recognized the preventative role of daily aspirin for patients with atherosclerotic [heart] disease; however, it now appears that we can, so to speak, kill 2 birds with 1 stone” (or as I like to say, hatch 2 birds from 1 egg :).

Oct 19 07:15

6-Year-Old With Diabetes Sells Pumpkins To Raise Money For Service Dog (3 Pics)

At 4-years-old Ian Christensen was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, a disease no stranger to the family, after Ian’s uncle Aaron was diagnosed with the disease in his teenage years. Aaron lost both his eyesight and a kidney in 1996, which is why the family has been fighting to give Ian the best treatment he can receive. Wanting him to have a normal childhood, his parents have been doing everything they can to cheer him up, which is why they were devastated when they learned he wasn’t allowed to ride the school bus like most children do.

Oct 18 18:28

Weaponizing the Frequencies: the Coming Tidal Wave

Psychotronic millimeter wave weaponry is coming to a street near you, with the potential to unleash disease on a mass scale. Welcome to the new fifth generation of wi-fi called 5G, where the speed to send full-length, high-definition movies to your ipad is ten times faster.

Oct 18 15:16

Ebola Alert: Congo’s Outbreak May Be Declared A ‘Public Health Emergency’

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s current Ebola outbreak is the nation’s 10th in 40 years. It was officially declared an outbreak on August 1, shortly after the end of a previous outbreak in the country that claimed 33 lives.

Oct 18 13:41

Drinking This Herb Infused Water Increased Memory By 15 Percent

New research published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, has shown that drinking this type of herbal drink, can boost cognitive and memory performance by up to 15%.

Oct 18 12:52

Mystery Donor Gives $131,000 to 4-Year-Old with Cancer for Treatment in the US

A mystery donor has given $130,000 to a four-year-old boy with cancer to help him get treatment in the US that could save his life.

Oct 18 11:38

Deadly floods hit Yemen, widespread destruction after Luban makes landfall

At least 3 people have been killed and dozens were injured after Tropical Cyclone "Luban" made landfall between Mukalla and Al Ghaidahnear, Yemen's Al Mahrah province on October 14, 2018. This is the 5th named storm of the 2018 North Indian Ocean cyclone season and the first to make landfall in Yemen. It is also the 5th named storm to make landfall in Yemen since 2015. The storm caused widespread destruction. The governor of the province declared the coastal districts a disaster area.

Luban was Very Severe Cyclonic Storm as it approached Yemen but was downgraded to a Tropical Depression several hours before landfall. However, the storm brought strong winds and caused widespread flooding and damage.

The worst of the rain hit coastal areas of Yemen and Oman, where up to 263 mm (10.35 inches) of rainfall fell in 24 hours of October 14. This is a desert... rain is welcome, but this much rain in just 24 hours is several years' worth and disastrous.

Oct 18 10:17

When Will We Find Planet Nine?

Planet Nine is probably just playing hard to get.

Evidence of a big, unseen world in the extreme outer solar system continues to mount. Take the recent discovery of the distant dwarf planet 2015 TG387, known as "The Goblin." This world's highly elliptical orbit appears to have been sculpted by the gravity of a sizable planet way out there in the dark depths — as have the orbits of more than a dozen other faraway objects, researchers say.

"Planet Nine really remains the only viable explanation for all of the stuff that we observe," said Konstantin Batygin, a theoretical astrophysicist at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena.

Oct 18 09:01

US birth rate hits record low: CDC reveals drops in EVERY region - falling 20% in cities and 15% in rural areas

Since 2007, fertility rates have plummeted 18 percent in large cities, 16 percent in mid-sized counties, and 12 percent in rural areas.

As expected, the average age that women have their first child continues to climb - now at 24.5 years old in rural counties and 27.5 in metropolitan areas.

The figures fall in line with the steady trend of declining birth rates in the US, which started to sharply downturn after the economic crash in 2008.

But according to Gretchen Livingston, a demographer at Pew Research who specializes in fertility, it’s not clear why that dip hasn’t started to level off now, 10 years later.

Oct 18 08:55

Your burger may be increasing antibiotic resistance: Almost every chain except for Shake Shack is slammed for failing to cut out medicated livestock

A new report has given a failing grade to 22 of the top 25 burger chains in the US due to the use of beef from cows that were fed antibiotics.

Only two chains, Shake Shack and Burger Fi, received As for serving burgers that were made of meat taken from cows that didn't have medication in their feed.

But 21 other chains, including McDonald's, Burger King, In-N-Out and Whataburger, received an F 'for lacking any announced policy to source beef raised without the routine use of antibiotics.' Wendy's scraped by with a D minus.

Oct 18 08:44

Autistic woman 'pimped out for sex with strangers' because carers wanted her to 'learn from her mistakes'

A vulnerable woman was allowed to have sex strangers because her carers believed the encounters would "help her learn from her mistakes".
The woman, 23, who has severe autism and an IQ of 53 was being looked after by private care staff at a facility in Manchester.

Random men were able to visit the woman at her care home between the hours of 10am and 4pm each day, with carers told not to intervene if she had sex with them.

Oct 18 08:43

'You cannot kiss someone if they're sleeping': Frozen star Kristen Bell claims Snow White is sending the wrong message about consent to children and insists the prince should have asked permission first (8 Pics)

Kristen Bell claims Snow White sends the wrong message about consent to children because she is asleep when the prince kisses her.
The Frozen star spoke to Parenting about her concerns after reading Snow White to her daughters Lincoln, five, and Delta, three.
'Every time we close Snow White, I look at my girls and ask, "Don’t you think it’s weird that Snow White didn’t ask the old witch why she needed to eat the apple? Or where she got that apple?"' the 38-year-old shared.

Oct 18 08:36

'The biggest coffee crisis of our time': Outbreak of rust fungus threatens to wipe out Latin America's entire crop

A poorly-understood fungus is ravaging Latin America’s coffee crops, causing billions of dollars in damages and potentially putting the global coffee supply at risk.

The disease, known as coffee leaf rust, is an orange-powdery fungus that slashes the plant’s yield, in some cases destroying the entire crop for years.

This same fungus is responsible for the crash of Sri Lanka’s (then called Ceylon) coffee industry in the late 1800s, according to NPR.

Oct 18 02:00

Ganja now legal as Canada allows recreational use

Weed enthusiasts in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada`s easternmost province, kicked off the first permissible sales at midnight. Over 100 people braved the cold and wind in the province`s capital St. John`s, lining up outside a Tweed-branded store owned by Canopy Growth Corp., the world`s most recognised cannabis producer.

Oct 18 01:58

Everyday Foods Linked to Increased Cancer Risk

Most of us know that bacon, red meat, French fries and processed foods are not good for us and may even be linked to cancer, but few of us know that there are other foods that significantly increase our cancer risk. According to a new study published in PLOS Medicine, eating foods with low nutritional value actually increases our risk of developing cancer.

Oct 17 11:49

China’s Moon Missions Could Threaten US Satellites: Pentagon

The Chinese government has said the mission is part of a four-stage plan to build a moon base. “We hope to start the construction of the [robot-manned] lunar base around 2025 and realize a manned landing on the moon around 2030,” Zhao Xiaojin of the China Aerospace Science and Technology Group told Xinhuanet in March.

But Gossel said putting a satellite at L2 could also enable Chinese attack spacecraft to zoom past the moon — about a quarter-million miles away — and then sneak up on critical U.S. intelligence and communications satellites in geosynchronous orbit, just 28,300 miles up — as occurred in the 2011 apocalypse-themed film “Melancholia.”

Oct 17 11:19

China to launch ‘artificial moon’ into SPACE to replace STREET LIGHTS

China is two years away from sending a lighting satellite to space, according to Wu Chunfeng, chairman of space contractor Chengdu Aerospace Science and Technology Microelectronics System Research Institute Co (CASC).

The device has been designed to illuminate an area as large as 80km and works by complementing the light of the moon at night, Mr Wu explained during a national mass innovation and entrepreneurship activity held last week.

And the precise illumination range will be controlled within a few dozen metres, Mr Wu added.

The device's power of illuminating the Earth will be eight-time stronger than the one of the real moon, enough to replace the lights on the street.

Oct 17 11:14

Monsanto And Bayer Are Moving To Create A Monopoly On Marijuana

You’ve heard of Monopoly, right? The fun little board game with fake money, little plastic houses, and get out of jail free cards? It’s a great way to pass the time. That is, depending on who you’re playing with.

But when it comes to real-life properties, business, and products, however, a monopoly becomes a whole lot more dangerous.

Two major companies, Monsanto and Bayer, have recently joined together and seem to be plotting to take over the cannabis industry. In other words, create a monopoly on marijuana.

Oct 17 11:09

US doctors baffled as rare spinal disease spreads across 22 states

US health officials have issued a warning about a rare condition which attacks the nervous system and spinal cord after 62 new cases of the little-known disease were confirmed across 22 states.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) took steps to warn about the symptoms of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) after doctors recorded a jump in cases this year. In 2018, the federal health watchdog confirmed 62 instances of the disease - which causes limb weakness and can paralyse sufferers. The illness has been compared to the polio and West Nile viruses.

Oct 17 09:22

Mom helped make child porn using 3-year-old child in Delaware County

A mother has been arrested for allegedly helping her ex-boyfriend create child pornography using a 3-year-old girl in Delaware County.

Kayla Parker, 26, was arrested in Dayton, Ohio, the Pennsylvania attorney general's office said on Tuesday.

According to investigators, the incidents happened about four years ago while Parker was living with David Carbonaro in Upper Darby, Pa.

Oct 17 08:47

Woman Tweets About All The Times Men Didn’t Rape Her To Teach A Lesson On Consent (24 Pics)

With most accusations of rape come a large dose of victim-blaming; What was she wearing? How many drinks had she had? Was she behaving flirtatiously? Well, one woman decided to counter these responses with 7 powerful stories, not of sexual assault, but of the times she wasn’t assaulted. Comedian Mara Quint recounts how in all of these situations she fit the criteria of a potential victim, large quantities of alcohol and flirtation but that there was one defining factor – men who knew what consent was.

Oct 17 07:18

10 Really Weird Chinese Medical Treatments And Their Effects

Chinese medicine has been around an extremely long time. Systematic records of medical techniques first appeared in China around the second century BC. Since then, hundreds of thousands of doctors have worked their magic, eventually giving birth to the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) of today.

Oct 17 05:37

Is DARPA Planning to Infect Insects with GM Viruses for Use in Food Crops?

Again, the mad scientist division of the Pentagon, DARPA, is doing something that causes people anxiety. In 2016, a program called “Insect Allies” was launched by the US Department of Defense. It involves the investment of $45 million over the course of four years into creating viruses, that infect crops, supposedly to help prevent the failure of crops driven by climate change and pathogens.

Oct 17 05:36

Global Insect Decline Now ‘Hyperalarming’ According to Latest Research

For the last 8 years we have been receiving warnings about the loss of honey bees and other pollinator insects, but yet so far have been wholly unable to comprehend what this means to our future, and therefore have been unable and unwilling to react with any seriousness.

Oct 17 04:26

3 TOTALLY FAKE Foods in Just About Everybody’s Kitchen

Americans are eating fake foods. It's sad but true that many American staples are fraudulent. Going to the grocery store and searching for whole, nutritious foods is like running a gauntlet of lies.

The American food system is as fake as a toupée. Here are 3 foods that are in nearly everybody's kitchen that are completely fake.

Oct 16 15:53

Maseca Corn Flours Test Positive for Toxic Residues of Monsanto Weedkiller

Organic Consumers Association Mexico (ACO), a project of US-based Organic Consumers Association (OCA), today announced that samples of Maseca brand white and yellow corn flours tested positive for residues of glyphosate and its main metabolite, AMPA. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller.

"It's clear from our testing that Maseca's claims of selling a 'natural' and 'nutritious' product are false and misleading," said OCA's international director, Ronnie Cummins. "Consumers in Mexico and the US who care about pesticide contamination and GMOs should seek organic non-GMO alternatives to Maseca flours until the company agrees to source only non-GMO grains for its products."

Oct 16 14:21

Supreme Court deals final blow to lead paint manufacturers' years-long effort to avoid cleanup costs

The lead paint industry’s efforts to avoid a cleanup bill for more than $400 million has reached the end of the road.

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to review California state court rulings finding Sherwin-Williams, Conagra and NL Industries responsible for lead paint contamination in thousands of homes built before 1951. That date is when the companies said their predecessor firms ceased actively advertising lead-based paint as a residential product.

Oct 16 13:51

Genetics plays outsized role in autism, large study shows

According to an analysis of data from nearly 4.5 million people, autism is more heritable than alcohol dependence, depression, anorexia and obsessive compulsive disorder.

Oct 16 11:40

Thailand announced its plans to ban the import of plastic waste from wealthy Western nations by 2021

Concerned over rising pollution, and limited recycling capacity, Thailand announced its plans to ban the import of plastic waste from wealthy Western nations by 2021.

Oct 16 11:10

Europe UNDERWATER: France and Portugal DEVASTATED as Majorca hit by AVALANCHE of water

WESTERN Europe is on alert for further devastating thunderstorms, heavy rain and flash flooding days after severe weather systems smashed Portugal, France and Spain, leaving several people dead.

Oct 16 09:29

Making America Socialist Again

It’s not often that the president of the United States writes an op-ed for a major newspaper. But this is exactly what President Trump did on October 10 in USA Today.

Trump was railing against (and rightly so) the Democrats’ “Medicare for All” (S.1804) proposal to “establish a government-run, single-payer health care system that eliminates all private and employer-based health care plans” and will “cost an astonishing $32.6 trillion during its first 10 years.”

Oct 16 08:53

Hillary Clinton Releases DNA Test Proving She Is Only Half Lizard Person

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Shortly after Elizabeth Warren released a DNA test that may or may not show that she is 1/1024th Native American, failed presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton showed the results of a recent DNA test that conclusively proved she is only 50% Reptilian.

The test, conducted by a renowned DNA expert, showed that only 50% of her blood comes from reptilian humanoids from space bent on destroying humanity. Many Washington insiders had claimed she was 100% reptile, but these claims are now known to be a hoax.

Oct 16 07:51

Scientists found a new method to Target and Eliminates Cancer Cells

Scientists developed polymer antibodies that can target and eliminate the cancer cells. This approach could leads to the development of new methods for cancer treatment.

Oct 16 04:36

DNA Ancestry Tests Are 'Meaningless' for Your Historical Genealogy Search

All humans share large amounts of DNA, which means individual ancestry tests can't reliably trace your genealogy very far without other evidence

Genealogy tracking has become big business, with many companies charging up to $300 to trace your DNA to specific historical figures or ethnic groups in the distant past by analyzing ancestry tests.

A group of scientists now offers a public warning that these ancestry tests have little scientific backing, and are often so unreliable and inaccurate that they amount to "genetic astrology

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(*there is still the matter of a million bucks !)

Oct 15 15:25

Cherokee Nation Responds to Senator Warren’s DNA Test

Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. issued the following statement Monday in response to Senator Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test claiming Native Heritage:

Oct 15 12:33

Chandra X-ray Observatory 'back from the dead' after gyro troubles caused it to shut down - just a week after Hubble suffered the same fate

NASA has said its Chandra space telescope will return to normal operation next week following a major technical problems.

Chandra automatically went into so-called safe mode last Wednesday, because of a gyroscope problem.

Hubble went into hibernation last Friday due to a similar gyroscope failure.

Oct 15 11:18

Ancestry Sites Could Soon Expose Nearly Anyone's Identity, Researchers Say

The researchers behind the study were inspired by the recent case of the alleged Golden State Killer.

Earlier this year, Sacramento police arrested 72-year-old Joseph James DeAngelo for a wave of rapes and murders allegedly committed by DeAngelo in the 1970s and 1980s. And they claimed to have identified DeAngelo with the help of genealogy databases.

Erlich and his team wanted to see how easy it would be in general to use the method to find someone’s identity by relying on the DNA of distant and possibly unknown family members. So they looked at more than 1.2 million anonymous people who had gotten testing from MyHeritage, and specifically excluded anyone who had immediate family members also in the database. The idea was to figure out whether a stranger’s DNA could indeed be used to crack your identity.

For Erlich, the findings are both reassuring and frightening.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There are huge possibilities for abuse of this technology, and Erlich is absolutely right to be concerned about how it may be used.

Oct 15 11:11

THE PENTAGON’S PUSH TO PROGRAM SOLDIERS’ BRAINS

The Biological Technologies Office, created in 2014, is the newest of DARPA’s six main divisions. This is the office headed by Justin Sanchez. One purpose of the office is to “restore and maintain warfighter abilities” by various means, including many that emphasize neurotechnology—applying engineering principles to the biology of the nervous system. For instance, the Restoring Active Memory program develops neuroprosthetics—tiny electronic components implanted in brain tissue—that aim to alter memory formation so as to counteract traumatic brain injury. Does DARPA also run secret biological programs? In the past, the Department of Defense has done such things. It has conducted tests on human subjects that were questionable, unethical, or, many have argued, illegal. The Big Boy protocol, for example, compared radiation exposure of sailors who worked above and below deck on a battleship, never informing the sailors that they were part of an experiment.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF DARPA actually achieves these goals, how will it not be sought to "pacify" an angry public, sick and tired of wars, manipulated events and information, and the offshoring/outsourcing of American jobs, all created in order that the monied become even more wealthy?!?

We cannot forget that there is a very dark, ethical "underbelly" of this kind of research, and the implications may well lead to a very dystopian future for all citizens of this country.

Oct 15 10:21

DEA GRANTS PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY MONOPOLY ON MEDICAL CBD

News circulated recently that the DEA had rescheduled cannabidiol (CBD), the nonpsychoactive ingredient in cannabis, but the technicalities of the agency’s decision actually show their ruling is highly restrictive.

The decision concerned a recently FDA-approved pharmaceutical version of CBD, produced by GW Pharmaceuticals. Due to the federal government’s continued prohibition of cannabis, Epidiolex was prohibited from going to market unless the DEA rescheduled CBD. That’s what the agency did, leading some to believe that “since this FDA-approved medication is pure cannabidiol (CBD) that all CBD products fall into the same category,” Forbes noted.

But that is not the case. The DEA decision applies only to “FDA-approved” drugs, meaning they have just granted GW Pharmaceuticals a monopoly on plant-derived CBD (hemp-derived CBD is no longer restricted). The DEA said as much in a statement to NBC affiliate WTHR:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder what this company paid, and to whom in the FDA to become the single-sourced developer here.

Oct 15 10:19

‘Shift in Perspective’: LSD, MDMA Aids Terminal Patients, PTSD, Addicts - Study

New medical research looks into the ways that psychedelic drugs - LSD, MDMA (Ecstacy) and Psilocybin (so-called magic mushrooms) - can assist terminal cancer patients facing death, end addictions to alcohol and tobacco and relieve suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression.

In the mid-1960s, LSD became a banned Schedule 1 substance and research on the chemical compound quickly dwindled.

Hug It Out: Embraces Can Counter Emotional Effects of Conflict, Study Shows
However, new research in the field of psychedelic drugs such as LSD, DMT and psilocybin mushrooms over the last decade has revealed that the compounds can help promote structural and functional plasticity in the prefrontal cortex of the human brain, leading to the ability of patients suffering from aggressive mental disorders to get relief from their compulsions.

Oct 15 10:09

Hurricane Cost May Skyrocket As Billions In Stealth Fighter Jets Unaccounted For; Tyndall AFB “Complete Loss”

After Hurricane Michael rendered Tyndall Air Force Base a “complete loss” from “widespread, catastrophic damage” – questions remain over nearly two-dozen F-22 Stealth Fighters which are unaccounted for.

According to the New York Times, Tyndall is home to 55 stealth fighters, “which cost a dizzying $339 million each.” Before Michael hit, the Air Force evacuated at least 33 of the planes to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, however they would not comment on the status of the remaining 22 fighters.

Air Force officials have not disclosed the whereabouts of the remaining 22 planes, other than to say that a number of aircraft were left at the base because of maintenance or safety reasons.

An Air Force spokeswoman, Maj. Malinda Singleton, would not confirm that any of the aircraft left behind were F-22s.

Oct 15 09:19

VIDEO: Former Sarasota resident shows his experience during Hurricane Michael

A former Sarasota resident wants to share his experience when Hurricane Michael destroyed his waterfront condo.

Harry Fager captured unbelievable video from his living room of the Category 4 hurricane.

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