Nov 02 11:34

Russia Plans to Carry Out 17 Space Launches in 2018

Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos will carry out 17 space launches in 2018 and over 35 launches in 2019, Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin told Sputnik.

"If this year we have only 17 launches, then next [year] we have over 35, and 10 of them are heavy rockets," Rogozin said, adding that nine heavy rockets will be Protons and one — Angara.

Earlier, Sergei Krikalev, Roscosmos executive director of manned space programs, said that the next expedition will fly to the International Space Station (ISS) in early December.

Nov 02 11:30

Toxic Vaccine Adjuvants & Ingredients: The Top 10

Toxic vaccine adjuvants and ingredient are not emphasized enough in the debate over the safety of vaccines. The medical establishment, which has essentially been wed to Big Pharma ever since its inception by the Rockefellers, routinely downplays the idea that these adjuvants are quite harmful. In reality, many are known carcinogens. Western medicine also tends to makes the excuse that it is a case of “benefit vs. risk”, and that the benefit outweighs the risk – but does it really, given the ton of natural alternative remedies and the fact that these adjuvants can get stuck in your body forever? I have listed 10 of the most common toxic vaccine adjuvants below, and after reading about each one, please consider whether you think we can accurately call vaccines “good medicine”, given that these 10 adjuvants are being injected directly into the bloodstream (thus bypassing the digestive filters) of every vaccine patient who receives them.

Nov 02 09:06

Coral: Palau to ban sunscreen products to protect reefs

Palau is set to become the first country to impose a widespread ban on sunscreen in an effort to protect its vulnerable coral reefs.

The government has signed a law that restricts the sale and use of sunscreen and skincare products that contain a list of ten different chemicals.

Researchers believe that these ingredients are highly toxic to marine life, and can make coral more susceptible to bleaching.

The ban comes into force in 2020.

Nov 02 08:33

CBD oil: Mum hails product after ‘massive difference’ in daughter with cerebral palsy

Ange trialled a few different CBD oils before finding oil by Kanaco, containing 1,000mg of CBD, worked best on Lilly.

“I give it to her every day.” said Ange. “I give her two drops in the morning and about four drops at night, every day, and it really, really relaxes her. She’s got such increased muscle tone so it really relaxes her muscle tone a lot - within seven minutes.

“Her fists are usually really clenched, and this has just really opened up her hands.

“She was having a lot of tonic-clonic seizures [a type of epileptic seizure]. She hasn’t had one for a long time now.

“At her school and at the charity group she goes to every other Saturday they’ve noticed her absence seizures [which causes you to blank out or stare into space for a few seconds] are pretty much gone.”

Nov 02 08:13

Opioid overdoses killed 200 Americans a DAY last year - and fentanyl is 'still a threat' despite slowing death rates, DEA report says

Preliminary figures show about 72,000 people died in 2017 from opioid-related overdoses across the country.

Nov 02 08:11

DNA testing websites are 'scaring women into asking for breast removal surgery' by wrongly telling them they have a high cancer risk

An expert has warned cheap tests for the BRCA gene mutations, which increase the risk of breast cancer, are giving out false results and worrying women.

The BRCA mutations were made famous by Angelina Jolie, who had both her breasts surgically removed when she discovered she was at risk of cancer because she carried a mutated version of the gene.

And while tests are available online for as little as £25, they may not be reliable, 'cause more worry than benefit', and cost the NHS money in follow-up tests.

Nov 02 08:05

Two spacecraft 'die' in two days: NASA retires asteroid studying probe Dawn after it runs out of fuel 48 hours after the demise of planet hunting Kepler

Scientists have known for about a month that Dawn was almost out of hydrazine, a fuel that kept the spacecraft's antennae oriented toward Earth and helped turn its solar panels to the sun to recharge.

The spacecraft this week stopped communicating with flight controllers, prompting NASA to declare it dead on Thursday.

It comes two days after the Kepler Space Telescope, which spent nine-and-a-half-years hunting for planets outwith our solar system, also ran out of fuel needed for pointing the spacecraft.

They both kept working longer than anticipated and their demise had been expected.

Nov 01 12:59

OPV Vaccine Plus A Shot of Antibiotics Equals Polio

Investigating why large numbers of Romanian children were coming down with polio disease after being vaccinated with live oral polio vaccine (OPV), officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that if children were injected with a shot of antibiotics within one month of receiving OPV, they were eight times more likely to come down with polio than children who were not given an injection of antibiotics.

In a study published in the Feb. 23, 1995 New England Journal of Medicine, researchers found that if OPV was followed by two injections of antibiotics, the risk of vaccine associated paralytic poliomyelitis increased 27-fold. With 10 or more antibiotic injections following OPV, the risk of developing polio was 182 times greater than expected.

Nov 01 12:32

Grave doubts over LIGO’s discovery of gravitational waves

THERE was never much doubt that we would observe gravitational waves sooner or later. This rhythmic squeezing and stretching of space and time is a natural consequence of one of science’s most well-established theories, Einstein’s general relativity. So when we built a machine capable of observing the waves, it seemed that it would be only a matter of time before a detection.

In point of fact, it took two days. The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory collaboration, better known as LIGO, switched on its upgraded detectors on 12 September 2015. Within 48 hours, it had made its first detection. It took a few months before the researchers were confident enough in the signal to announce a discovery. Headlines around the world soon heralded one of the greatest scientific breakthroughs of the past century. In 2017, a Nobel prize followed. Five other waves have since been spotted.

Nov 01 11:03

Judge: Son was ‘insane’ when he stabbed father dead in Gwinnett

Testimony shows the family helped him seek treatment, but he stopped taking his regular medication for about a month before he attacked his father on Nov. 5, 2014. He had, however, taken a new medicine that day: Vyvanse, a stimulant used to treat ADHD, which the defense argued caused Walker to lose control because the drug wasn’t paired with any anti-psychotic medications.

Nov 01 10:29

NASA's Parker Solar Probe Just Started Its First Skim Past the Sun

NASA's Parker Solar Probe has had a big week: on Monday (Oct. 29) it broke two world records and on Wednesday (Oct. 31) it began its first close pass over the sun.

That maneuver is the first of 24 planned science encounters with the sun, which will last until 2025. This time around, the spacecraft will reach its closest point to the sun on Nov. 5 at about 10:28 p.m. EST (0328 GMT on Nov. 6), according to NASA.

Nov 01 10:15

Proof vaccines are not properly tested for safety before approval — WATCH NOW

The US Vaccine Advisory Panel, called the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), is the group that approves vaccines for public use in the United States. Most members have connections to the pharmaceutical (aka vaccine) industry.

This 4-minute video was taken from a recent ACIP meeting discussing the approval of a new Hepatitis B vaccine for ADULTS. The vaccine uses a new ingredient that has NEVER been used before…and never tested for safety by anyone other than the vaccine maker.

Pre-approval studies signaled an increase in heart attacks and possibly autoimmune issues…but under pressure from vaccine makers, the committee unanimously APPROVES the vaccine.


But your doctor won’t tell you that…

The FDA is clearly concerned about side effects including HEART ATTACKS, AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS & HERPES…but the vaccine will be on the market for TWO YEARS before any data is compiled.

Nov 01 09:56

Sunshine Is The Ultimate Protection Against Eczema

By Karen Foster

Babies who spend more time in the sun are less likely to develop eczema, but it may not be because it boosts their vitamin D levels as previously thought says a new study in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

Kids who are overly hygienic appear to be at increased risk of developing allergy-related skin condition eczema, according to some study findings....

Nov 01 09:44

Mandatory vaccination is something that Hitler would have happily pushed as compatible with the Third Reich

It is widely understood that under Adolph Hitler and the Nazi state, the German people were deprived of many of their basic human rights. But what is less understood is that Americans in 2018 are being subjected to similar tyranny, particularly when it comes to medical freedom.

During a recent episode of his Health Ranger Report, available at, Mike Adams discusses the parallels between the medical paradigm that exists in the United States and Hitler’s Third Reich. As Adams explains, forcing people to take certain medications, undergo certain medical treatments, or receive certain vaccinations against their will, and for the “greater good,” is no different than what Hitler subjected Germans to during World War II.

Nov 01 09:27

PESTICIDES could be to blame for 'excessive' number of babies born with missing arms or hands in France

Over the past 15 years, 25 infants have been delivered in three regions, including Brittany, with missing or malformed arms.

The defects have sparked a public health scare, with authorities admitting the rate of disabilities is 'excessive'.

Although unclear what the cause is, some are blaming pesticides due to cases being clustered in rural areas and calves being born in the same regions without tails.

Nov 01 08:49

End of Chemotherapy? Scientists discover 'Kill Code' in human cells to end cancer

A landmark new study published by researchers Northwestern Medicine claims that each human cell has an embedded killer code whose natural function is to destroy cancerous cells.
The research, published in Nature Communications, elaborates that a "Kill Code" is embedded in large protein-coding ribonucleic acids (RNAs) and in small RNAs, called microRNAs, which scientists estimate evolved more than 800 million years ago in part to protect the body from cancer.

Nov 01 08:43

Does Refined Fiber Cause Cancer?

Most Americans could stand to eat more fiber, but a new study suggests that where you get your fiber can have a huge impact on your health. If you’re relying on refined fiber to meet your needs, you could be putting yourself at a higher risk for liver cancer.

Nov 01 08:37

Pesticides? Genetics? France launches probe after more birth defects cases revealed

A nationwide investigation has been launched in France amid growing concern at the increased number of instances of babies being born with birth defects, like missing or malformed arms, sparking a public health scare.

Assuring citizens that nothing “is being hidden from you,” head of Public Health France Francois Bourdillon told RTL radio listeners that an investigation was already underway and that results were expected in about three months.

“We will look at all suspect cases,” he assured.

The condition, a type of agenesis, is where the upper limbs of a fetus fail to form correctly during pregnancy. Those affected can be born with missing upper limbs, forearms, hands, or fingers.

Nov 01 08:32

Pharmaceutical company charged following baby deaths – police

Pharmaceutical company ITH Pharma Ltd is facing criminal prosecution following the deaths of babies at several British hospitals, police have announced.

London-based ITH Pharma Ltd is facing criminal charges after allegedly supplying contaminated feed to premature babies between May 27 and June 2, 2014.

Nov 01 08:22

The Epidemic Of Peanut Allergy: Don’t Blame The Peanuts

What George Washington Carver achieved in the late 1800s and early 1900s in developing over 300 products derived from peanuts is being undone by a peanut allergy that is running rampant among school-age children.

Time Magazine reports there are accounts of school nurses confiscating school lunch boxes to search for nut products and another report of a school district that evacuated a school bus full of 10-year olds when a stray peanut was found on the floor of the vehicle.

An owner and a deliveryman of a restaurant in England were recently convicted of manslaughter for delivering take-out food to a teenage girl who experienced a reaction to peanuts that caused irreversible brain damage on Jan. 1, 2017. The court said the restaurant had no systems or conditions in place to protect customers with allergies.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Bill Sardi fails to mention Peanut oil as an adjuvant used in vaccines!

Nov 01 08:15

Stalin's railway of death: Haunting photos reveal the remains of a madcap train line that 300,000 gulag prisoners died trying to build in -50C temperatures (21 Pics)

New Zealand-based Radio Free Europe photographer Amos Chapple ventured to several abandoned Russian gulags, where prisoners were forced to work on a madcap railway project dreamt up by Joseph Stalin. Above, an aerial view of the incomplete train line running through the wilderness

Nov 01 08:08

Has new ghost particle manifested at Large Hadron Collider?

Scientists at the Cern nuclear physics lab near Geneva are investigating whether a bizarre and unexpected new particle popped into existence during experiments at the Large Hadron Collider.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Bingo! These experiments are not detecting particles (like the Higgs Boson); they are creating them.

Oct 31 12:53

Mystery Polio-Like Illness Spreading, Baffled CDC Under Fire: “Doesn’t Appear To Be Transmissible”

In a CBS This Morning interview Tuesday, CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield said that while the agency still doesn’t know what causes AFM, “it doesn’t appear to be transmissible from human to human,” adding “[the] CDC’s been working very hard on this, since 2014, to try to understand causation and etiology. As we sit here today, we don’t have understanding of the cause. We are, you know, continuing to strengthen our efforts, working in partnership with state and territorial health departments, and academic experts to try to figure this out.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That leave injections.

Oct 31 10:57

Parents whose son died after Gardasil Vaccine in August just spoke at the CDC

We must continue to fight to make sure that no more children are needlessly sacrificed. (Especially for a vaccine like HPV which has never been tested properly and continues to do such harm to so many.) Even their own conventional neurologist, as seen in the video, stated that Christopher died of ADEM, which was most likely contracted by the HPV vaccine he had received just days before.

And a big thank you to all our readers who contributed to the family so they could hop a plane from Oklahoma to Atlanta (they have never flown before) because they had to be there for their son. And for countless other sons who still have their lives.

As his mother said, he will never have his first high school dance, never get married, or know the joy of having children. Because he is gone. Thanks to the HPV vaccine.

Oct 31 09:59

Hurricane-force winds, widespread floods hit Italy

At least 11 people have been killed and many injured after severe storms produced heavy rain and strong winds across Italy on October 29 and 30, 2018, causing widespread floods and damage. Some of the worst affected areas are on the west coast, particularly in Liguria. Many people were evacuated due to increased river levels across the country.

Winds up to 180 km/h (112 mph) were reported in parts of Italy on October 29, 2018, and blamed for the deaths of at least 6 of the 11 killed people. Trees were downed from the country's north down to capital Rome and further south to Naples.

Oct 31 08:54

Signs warning children not to trick or treat are put up in sex offenders' yards for Halloween by sheriff in Georgia

A sheriff's office in Georgia has put signs in the yards of sex offenders urging children not to trick or treat at those houses.
Butts County Sheriff's Office announced the move in a Facebook post on Saturday, which noted that the signs were placed in accordance with Georgia law.
Georgia law says that sheriffs are responsible for informing the public about the presence of sex offenders.

Oct 31 08:44

Three transgender best friends transition together age 11 after years of bullying (10 Pics)

Three transgender friends are supporting each other as they transition from male to female age 11.
Lily, Fiana and Zuri have been diagnosed with gender dysphoria and will soon undergo medical intervention to prevent their bodies changing from that of boys to men.

Lily, 11, from the Austin area of Texas, has already begun taking hormone blockers to prevent her going through male puberty - an irreversible change her parents wrestled with before undertaking.

Oct 31 07:55

Is there a connection between statins and memory loss?

The connection between statins and memory loss is hard to ignore. As sources explain, the brain is 60 percent fat — and a majority of that fat is cholesterol. In fact, some 25 percent of the cholesterol in your body is found within the nervous system. All of your brain cells are made with cholesterol, and without enough of it, those cells will start to die.

Cholesterol is also necessary for the production of neurotransmitters — the chemicals your brain cells use to transmit signals.

To say your brain needs cholesterol to function properly is an understatement: It is what your brain cells need to survive, as well as communicate. And as Be Brain Fit explains, cholesterol-lowering statin drugs interfere with neurotransmitter production — which ultimately leads to memory impairment and other cognitive issues.

Oct 31 07:51

Vaccines – One size fits all… or does it? Examine the ABSURDITY of failed “vaccine logic”

Did you know that a pregnant woman, a 6-month-young child, and a 250 pound man all get the same dose of chemicals in any given inoculation, including the influenza vaccine? Whether the vaccine contains formaldehyde, aluminum, monosodium glutamate, squalene, sodium chloride, porcine gelatin, egg protein, E. coli, African Green Monkey kidney cells, neomycin, human serum albumin, diploid cells from an abortion, or even mercury – a seven pound infant gets injected with the same amount of neuro-degenerative chemicals, known carcinogens, and heavy metal toxins as a full grown man or woman. Why? Where’s the logic?

Oct 31 07:43

MD “Blows Lid Off” Microwave Industries Not Measuring Cumulative EMFs/RFs Before Initiating 5G At Michigan’s 5G Small Cell Tower Legislation Hearing

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Wireless radiation has biological effects. Period. This is no longer a subject for debate when you look at PubMed and the peer-review literature. These effects are seen in all life forms; plants, animals, insects, microbes. In humans, we have clear evidence of cancer now: there is no question. We have evidence of DNA damage, cardiomyopathy, which is the precursor of congestive heart failure, neuropsychiatric effects…5G is an untested application of a technology that we know is harmful; we know it from the science. In academics, this is called human subjects research.-- Dr. Sharon Goldberg...

Oct 31 07:31

Fresh hope for Opportunity as NASA says high winds could blow Martian dust off the ailing rover's solar panels and bring it back to life

Earlier this week the space agency issued an update saying it could be all over for the rover.

Now, it says there is a glimmer of hope - in the shape of high winds.

'After a review of the progress of the listening campaign, NASA will continue its current strategy for attempting to make contact with the Opportunity rover for the foreseeable future,' the space agency said.

Oct 31 07:28

Is our image of the ascent of man all wrong? Reconstruction of a 60,000-year-old ribcage using 3D imaging reveals Neanderthals stood STRAIGHTER than humans

Neanderthals were not hunched-over savages, according to a discovery that could radically alter our image of the ascent of man.

Digital reconstruction of a Neanderthal's rib cage has revealed that the primitive hominid had a better posture than modern humans - as well as stronger lungs.

Far from the knuckle-dragging beasts we thought them to be, the upright walking style of Neanderthals allowed them to walk far farther than Homo sapiens.

Oct 31 07:21

RIP Kepler: NASA 'retires' planet-hunting spacecraft that discovered 2,600 exoplanets as it runs out of fuel

NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft has died in orbit after a historic nine-year mission that first opened our eyes to the existence of planets beyond our solar system.

The space agency revealed the grim news in a teleconference this afternoon after the veteran craft put itself into ‘sleep mode’ earlier this month.

The aging telescope was expected to run out of fuel sometime in the near future – but, exactly when this would happen was unclear.

Now, after weeks of uncertainty, NASA confirmed Kepler has officially run out of the fuel it would need to continue science operations.

Oct 30 17:25

False hope for cancer patients: Report slams hospitals for tear-jerking ads that make unusual success stories sound common

Cancer patients - especially those facing grim prognoses - spend as much as $280,000 in the first five years after they are diagnosed, so cancer centers are as eager to draw in patients as patients are to find the best treatment.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requires that medical advertising set realistic expectations for treatment outcomes, but many advertisements do exactly the opposite, a new Truth in Advertising report has revealed.

Oct 30 17:23

Common antibiotic doctors say could give you organ failure as millions of Britons are at risk of devastating permanent side effect as a result of over-prescribing

Leading medics have warned that some antibiotics, prescribed to more than a million Britons for chest and urine infections, are resulting in devastating, permanent side effects including kidney failure, chronic pain and damage to nerves in the brain.

Doctors from the European Medicines Agency say the drugs, including ciprofloxacin and levofloxacin, are being dished out far too readily, when they should only ever be used as a last resort.

While they do clear up infections, a growing body of evidence shows the side effects occur more frequently than originally thought – and can be life-changing.

Common complications of these drugs include an inflamed or ruptured tendon, nerve damage in the brain (leading to depression, anxiety and insomnia), digestive problems, fatigue and damage to the major organs and joints.

Oct 30 16:12

FDA to launch warning labels for sesame seeds as rate of allergies soars

Sesame is fast becoming a risky ingredient as allergy rates soar - driving the FDA to explore warning labels for foods that contain the nutty white seeds.

For decades, the agency's list of common food allergens has consisted of eight products which cause 90 percent of reactions: milk, eggs, peanuts, wheat, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, and soybeans.

That list is set to grow to incorporate sesame, since new data suggest that now more than 0.1 percent of Americans have sesame allergies - the same prevalence as fish and soy allergies.

Oct 30 16:11

Flashback: Peanut oil in vaccines behind widespread peanut allergy epidemic

According to available records, however, virtually nobody had peanut allergy prior to 1900 despite the fact that people have been eating peanuts for ages, which begs the question, why do so many people have peanut allergy today, and from where did this potentially-deadly allergic condition emerge?

In his book The Doctor Within, Dr. Tim O'Shea argues that vaccines may be largely responsible for both the advent and increased prevalence of peanut allergy, noting that many vaccines and even antibiotic drugs contain, or were made using, excipients potentially derived from peanut oil. Since it is a relatively inexpensive oil to produce, refined peanut oil apparently became widely adopted as an excipient of choice in the production of vaccines during the 1960s, according to some reports, and peanut-derived excipients are still believed to be in use today for this purpose.

Oct 30 16:09

Peanut allergies have become 'almost epidemic' as cases of the deadly reactions have tripled in children over the last two decades, warns expert

Life-threatening peanut reactions among children have become 'almost epidemic', an expert has warned.

Dr Scott Sicherer, director of the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute at New York's Mount Sinai hospital, said the rise in cases is impossible to deny.

Peanut allergies tripled from affecting one in 250 children to just one in 70 between 1997 and 2008, a study by the institute found.

Oct 30 16:05

Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is killing an unprecedented amount of children as the death toll of the killer virus reaches 170

Jessica Illunga, spokeswoman for the DRC's Health Ministry, blamed treatment at traditional healing clinics for the latest spate of deaths.

She said many youngsters are being treated for an unrelated malaria outbreak only to leave the clinics with Ebola and perish within days.

In the town of Beni, which has rocked a 'second wave' of cases since the start of the outbreak in August, 120 cases have been confirmed.

Oct 30 16:03

The mystery pollutant lurking in YOUR home: Scientists identify a new chemical that spreads through dust and gets into your body through your SKIN (and they don't know how toxic it is)

High levels of a previously unknown pollutant have been found in homes, an electronic waste recycling facility and in the natural environment in Canada.

Known as TDTBPP, it is part of a family of chemicals widely used as insecticides that are known to be toxic.

People are likely to be exposed to this pollutant by breathing contaminated dust or through skin contact, experts say.

Researchers from Indiana University found TDTBPP, full name tri(2,4-di-t-butylphenyl) phosphate, in dust samples from an e-waste dismantling facility in Ontario, Canada.

They also studied dust from 20 residential homes in Ontario and analysed outdoor samples from southwestern Lake Michigan.

They measured the amounts of TDTBPP in ambient air, water and sediment and found levels were particularly high in house dust.

'We found surprisingly high levels of TDTBPP everywhere we looked,' said study lead author Dr Marta Venier.

Oct 30 12:45

Gaza's drinking water spurs blue baby syndrome, serious illnesses

This article is the first of a two-part series on Gaza’s water crisis. The second, which examines solutions to Gaza’s water and health catastrophe, was published on Tuesday, October 30.

Gaza - The unshaven doctor with circles under his eyes enters the children's ward at Al Nassar hospital in Gaza City. It's a Thursday evening, almost the weekend. The ward is bleak and eerily quiet, but for the occasional wail of an infant.

But in recent months Dr Abu Samia has seen sharp rises in gastroenteritis, kidney disease, paediatric cancer, marasmus - a disease of severe malnutrition appearing in infants – and "blue baby syndrome", an ailment causing bluish lips, face, and skin, and blood the colour of chocolate.

Before, the doctor says, he saw "one or two cases" of blue baby syndrome in five years. Now it's the opposite - five cases in one year.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Israelis have a multitude of ways toward insuring that Palestinians don't survive for very long; prohibition of clean drinking water for Gaza's children, is one of those ways.

Depriving anyone of clean water, is a act criminal.

But then again, what else would one expect of a wretchedly apartheid, self-proclaimed theocracy with nuclear weapons?!?

Oct 30 11:11


Pesticides sprayed in the southern U.S. to stop the spread of the Zika virus could turn the nation's honeybees into collateral damage.

That is the warning issued by a study from the University of Exeter and the University of California, Berkeley published Friday in the Journal of Agricultural Research. The study found that 13 percent of U.S. honeybee keepers are at risk of losing their colonies from Zika spraying.

"A colony unexpectedly exposed to pesticide spraying for mosquitoes would almost certainly be wiped out," study lead author Lewis Bartlett of the University of Exeter's Center for Ecology and Conservation said in a university press release. "Beekeepers in the U.S. move their colonies around to support farmers, so a beekeeper with all their bees in one area at a given time could lose them all."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We all depend upon bees to pollinate crops; as the bees go, so do the crops they pollinate.

There has to be some other way to protect these colonies, and keep Zika in check.

Oct 30 09:45

The Monsanto Papers

The Australian documentary, “The Monsanto Papers,” reveals the secret tactics used by global chemical giant Monsanto (now owned by Bayer AG1,2), to protect its bestselling herbicide, Roundup.

Oct 30 09:32

Rare, polio-like disorder affecting kids in the U.S.A.

According to The Drs. Wolfson, poliomyelitis, acute flaccid paralysis, transverse myelitis, Guillain-Barre Syndrome and myasthenia gravis are “labels” given to people with sudden weakness.

“Doctors needed another name for childhood paralysis,” the pair explains. “What used to be called polio is now labeled AFM.”

In fact, they theorize that Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s polio may have actually been Guillain-Barre Syndrome, and could have resulted from a vaccine – or from exposure to pesticides.

What is certain, they say, is that the oral polio vaccine, itself, is a known cause of acute flaccid paralysis. Although the vaccine has been withdrawn from the US market, millions around the world are still given it.

Oct 30 09:27

NASA's Opportunity rover has been lost on Mars as its batteries die four months after a raging dust storm encircled the red planet, agency says

NASA officials are finally coming to terms with the fact the Opportunity rover could be lost forever.

The rover, which is located on the rim of Mars' Endeavour Crater, has been out of contact for four months after a raging dust storm encircled the red planet.

Skies eventually cleared by mid-September, when America's space agency began a six-week listening programme to try and receive data from their device.

However, that's already nearing expiration and the solar-powered robot remains dormant - with scientists set to stop trying to contact it in the coming days.

Oct 30 09:21

Here comes the Sun! NASA reveals its Parker Solar Probe is now closer to the solar surface than any spacecraft has ever got

NASA's Parker Solar Probe is now closer to the sun than any spacecraft has ever gotten.

Parker on Monday surpassed the record of 26.6 million miles (43 million kilometers) set by Helios-2 back in 1976.

It will keep getting closer to the sun until it flies through the corona, or outer atmosphere, for the first time next week, passing within 15 million miles (24 million kilometers) of the solar surface.

Oct 30 08:54

US Government Loses Vaccine Lawsuit — Has Lied to the Public for Decades — Vaccines NOT Tested

Vaccine injury lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Del Bigtree, producer of the suppressed anti-vaccine documentary, Vaxxed and the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) are credited with this victory. They demanded the relevant government documents proving that all federally approved vaccines had been tested for quality over the past 32 years — and there were none.

Here are the huge legal and practical implications in this legal victory for the American people:

Oct 29 10:51

Typhoon "Yutu" (Rosita) to hit Isabela and Aurora, traverse over Quirino, Ifugao, Nueva Vizcaya, Benguet and La Union, Philippines

The center of Typhoon "Yutu," known in the Philippines as Rosita, is just east of Luzon at 16:00 UTC, October 29. Yutu is expected to make landfall over Southern Isabela - Northern Aurora area by the end of the UTC day (05:00 - 07:00 local time, October 30) with maximum sustained winds of 150 km/h (92 mph). This would make it a Category 2 hurricane equivalent on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Storm surge up to 3 m (10 feet) is possible over some coastal areas along with moderate to heavy rain across Northern and Central Luzon.

Oct 29 09:04

Same-sex US couple 'make medical history' after they carry the SAME baby as part of revolutionary fertility treatment (2 Pics)

A North Texas couple is believed to have made medical history as the first couple to deliver a baby they both carried.

Ashleigh and Bliss Coulter, of Mountain Springs, are now happy mothers to a healthy 5-month-old baby boy named Stetson, all thanks to a procedure called Effortless Reciprocal In Vitro Fertilization or Effortless Reciprocal IVF.
Bliss and Ashleigh met six years ago and married in June of 2015. Even before marriage, they had already discussed having children.

Oct 29 08:35

Married detective, 53, 'abused his rank to pressurise 21 policewomen and junior staff into sex over a period of 14 years before resigning in disgrace'

A senior detective abused his rank to pressurise policewomen and junior staff into sex over a period of 14 years, a disciplinary hearing heard.
Detective Inspector Simon Hurwood, 53, sexually gratified himself with 21 'subordinate and vulnerable' female police staff while he was employed by Cleveland Police.

Oct 29 04:51

A Venezuelan’s Guide to Off-Grid Power

Jose is from Venezuela and has endured power rationing and extreme poverty. In
this article, he draws on his experiences and his engineering background to discuss off-grid power systems.

Oct 28 08:37

Wife Draws “Stick Nipples” to explain why she wakes up cranky. No really. (7 Photos)

Mattea and Kris Goff are the proud parents of two beautiful girls, Seleste, 5, and Aurora, 5 months old. After two kids, this whole baby rearing thing should be nothing new to the couple. Kris, however, couldn’t figure out why his wife was always so tired and cranky in the morning. You know, other than the whole screaming baby thing… So, Mattea decided to take advantage of her amateur artistic abilities to illustrate exactly what her nights are like and thus, why she’s not a morning person.

Oct 28 06:00

What to Eat When You're Broke

The lower your income is, the more difficult it is to be particular about what you feed your family.

This probably isn't an earth-shattering revelation to anyone, but if you feel like experimenting, try to buy a week's worth of healthy food for a family on a budget of, say, $50-75.  Food manufacturers that target lower-income shoppers with more affordable products tend to include more GMOs and toxic ingredients in their offerings.

Here's a guide to the grocery store gauntlet.

Oct 27 19:36

Low levels of vitamin D3 could trigger the onset of Type 2 diabetes

Researchers from the University of Toronto discovered that people who are lacking in vitamin D3 are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. They first noticed this relationship while looking at patients with gum disease, which is strongly linked to type 2 diabetes and can be caused by high levels of blood sugar.

The researchers theorized that because vitamin D can help lower antimicrobial activity and inflammation, it could have an effect on gum health. They analyzed data taken from more than 1,600 adults aged 30 and above, including their vitamin D levels, insulin measures, and fasting glucose.

They found a significant association between low levels of vitamin D and type 2 diabetes, not only among those with gum disease but in the general population as well.

Oct 27 11:58

Brain Scan Passwords Touted As Latest in Cybersecurity

AP Editor’s Note: We’ve reported extensively on U.S. government investment in neuroscience (mind control) via its BRAIN initiative, as well as its European counterpart called the Human Brain Project. Arguably, some of the research being done is well-intentioned. However, as Truthstream Media has extensively documented in their new full-length film THE MINDS OF MEN, the origins of U.S. government and military research into the human brain has been anything but benevolent.

Moreover, we are continuously reassured about how secure the latest technology is; yet, strangely, the newest technology makes a point to highlight the failings of the old — in this case biometrics — even as the last generation is still in use and is rolled out in ever-more invasive ways.

Oct 27 10:48

Hayabusa2 Braces for a Rocky Landing on Asteroid Ryugu

Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft is getting ready to touch down on asteroid Ryugu, where it will scoop a sample of the asteroid's rocky surface that will eventually be sent back to Earth.

After narrowing down the possible landing sites for Hayabusa2, mission scientists performed a sampling rehearsal on Wednesday (Oct. 24) at 10:47 p.m. EST (0247 GMT on Oct. 25), and the mission is "ramping up the steps toward a successful touchdown," Masaki Fujimoto of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said at a news conference here at the 50th meeting of the American Astronomical Society's Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS).