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Nov 19 19:07

Ocasio-Cortez finally agrees: ‘Einstein didn’t kill himself’

First-term firebrand Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has come out in support of what many are calling obvious truth: “Einstein didn’t kill himself.”

Nov 19 19:04

Hero dog declines White House invitation

FORT BRAGG, N.C. — The Trump administration announced this week Conan, the hero canine of the US raid that killed ISIS leader and austere religious scholar Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, would receive a VIP visit to the White House next week. Sources close to the canine report Conan may have other plans.

Nov 19 18:58

Hillary Clinton Says She Is Being Urged To Run By Many, Many, Many Voices In Her Head

UK—In an interview with the BBC, Hillary Clinton said she is being urged to run for president in 2020 by "many, many, many" voices in her head.

"I'm under enormous pressure from many, many, many voices in my head to think about it," she said.

Nov 19 17:39

Prince Andrew being treated for dementia

November 16, 2019

Sadly, Cutting News has learned that Prince Andrew is being treated for dementia, which might explain why he can’t remember nobbin that girl a few years ago.

Nov 19 15:51

Long periods in space can REVERSE blood flow and lead to deadly clots, NASA reveals - in a major blow to future Mars missions

A trip to Mars would require an astronaut crew to spend up to eight months on a spaceship, most of the time in zero gravity.

For the NASA study researchers examined 11 healthy astronauts who had stayed aboard the International Space Station for an average of six months.

They found that seven of them showed signs of stalled or even reversed blood flow in their left internal jugular vein, the blood vessel that drains blood from the brain.

There is a risk this could lead to blood clots which could be fatal on a long-term mission to somewhere like Mars.

Nov 19 15:50

NASA confirms liquid water is present under the ice of Jupiter's moon Europa, reigniting the theory there is an ocean twice the size of the ones on Earth hidden beneath the surface

NASA has confirmed the presence of liquid water on one of Jupiter's 79 moons.

The American Space agency detected plume-like forms of water vapor above Europa's icy surface, which were detected as a wavelength of emitted infrared light.

The research showed the moon releases more than 5,000 pounds of water per second – enough to fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool in only a few minutes.

These findings have also reignited a longstanding theory that an ocean twice of the ones on Earth lays hidden under the frozen shell.

Nov 19 10:25

'Man who polluted heavens': Astronomers furious over Musk's Starlink satellites clouding their vision

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk seeks to make the world happy with his Starlink project providing satellite Internet access. So far, he only managed to make astronomers across the world upset by rendering their telescopes blind.

Nov 19 09:38

The Coming Big Freeze

Nov 19 09:33

Two more UK companies recall their versions of Zantac heartburn drug over fears they are contaminated with a cancer-causing chemical

Ranitidine, the generic name of the branded heartburn drug, has been the subject of global drug recalls since September.

Traces of a chemical linked to cancer – N-nitrosodimethylamine – have been found in supplies of the medicine.

Pharmacies have now been warned not to dispense ranitidine products produced by Creo Pharma and Tillomed Laboratories.

Nov 19 06:53

10 Eye-opening Things Your Blood Type Says About You

It turns out, not all blood is the same.

While we all have red blood (goodbye, blue-blood myth!) it is divided into four different types.

Blood owes its red color to red blood cells, and each of them contains a specific type of antigens—a substance made of sugars. To know your blood type, doctors examine what kind of antigen is within your blood cells.

Nov 19 05:37

JOE BIDEN IS OUT HERE CALLING CANNABIS A 'GATEWAY DRUG’ IN 2019

Joe Biden’s bold experiment in trying to win the Democratic presidential nomination without a single vote from a young person continued Saturday, when the 76-year-old frontrunner told a crowd in Las Vegas that he doesn’t want to legalize weed because he’s worried that it might lead to harder drugs. Here’s what the former vice president said, according to Business Insider:

"The truth of the matter is, there’s not nearly been enough evidence that has been acquired as to whether or not it is a gateway drug," Biden said. "It’s a debate, and I want a lot more before I legalize it nationally. I want to make sure we know a lot more about the science behind it."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am shaking my head at this; does the man have absolutely zero science advisors to assist him in making his statements regarding scientific evidence on marijuana, before he opens his mouth in public?!?

Nov 18 19:36

Solar Panels Produce Tons of Toxic Waste—Literally

By Bill Wirtz

Beyond the clear misallocation of resources and energy market price distortions, there is a further environmental problem associated with solar panels.

Beyond the inefficient use of these resources to begin with (in the process of making crystalline silicon from silicon, as much as 80 percent of the raw silicon is lost), there are numerous human health concerns directly related to the manufacture and disposal of solar panels...

Nov 18 18:43

Transspecies man abandons family to live naked in the forest as a squirrel

A man who describes himself as an “animal stuck inside a human body” has decided to abandon his wife and children to live the life of a squirrel in the woods.

Alan Meyers, an electrician and father of two from Dyersburg in Tennessee, has always described himself as a squirrel stuck in a man’s body and has been for years a militant of the transspecies movement.

Mr. Meyers was diagnosed with a condition called clinical lycanthropy, a rare psychiatric syndrome that involves a delusion that the affected person can transform into, has transformed into, or is a non-human animal.

Nov 18 17:48

US Dirty Hands Behind Violent Protests in Iran?

All sovereign independent countries not subservient to US interests are on its target list for regime change — by preemptive wars, color revolutions, old-fashioned coups, targeted assassinations, economic terrorism, and/or other hostile actions.

Color revolutions are a US specialty. So-called spontaneous uprisings are well-planned in advance by the CIA, the undemocratic National Endowment for Democracy, and other US agencies.

A color revolution was first used to oust Serbia’s Slobodan Milosevic in 2000. Opposition elements were recruited and trained by the US for what played out.

Nov 18 10:59

STYROFOAM-EATING LARVAE PROJECT WINS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL SUSTAINABILITY CONTEST

Imagine taking a stroll through the woods and every few feet, finding a piece of discarded plastic. If humanity does not join together and take action to reduce the amount of Styrofoam (polystyrene) that is sent to landfills, the unfortunate scenario may become a reality. On the other hand, at least one solution is in motion which has the potential to reduce the amount of single-use plastic in the environment, and it involves larvae.

Nov 18 10:16

Saturn’s moon Titan is largely covered in organic material, new evidence shows

Titan’s geology is dependent on latitude. At the equator, young dune fields dominate while lakes can be found at the poles.

But the most prominent feature of Titan is intriguing to scientists: organic plains.

The moon’s methane cycle is the driver of its geology — at the poles, humidity helps methane remain in its liquid state. Around the equator, a more arid climate allows dunes sculpted by wind to remain intact.

Nov 18 10:15

We have the first full map of the weird surface features of Titan

Slowly but surely, the surface of Saturn’s strange moon Titan is being revealed. Researchers have made the first map of the geology of Titan’s entire surface, and it will eventually help us figure out what the climate is like there.

Titan’s atmosphere is full of a thick, orange haze that blocks visible light from reaching the surface, making it difficult for spacecraft to take pictures. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, which orbited Saturn from 2004 to 2017, took radar and infrared data of Titan’s surface, giving researchers a hint of the terrain below.

Nov 18 09:30

Vaccine ingredient warning: Ethyl mercury in vaccines 50 times more toxic than methyl mercury in fish

Science proves that ethyl mercury is actually far MORE toxic than methyl mercury. Most nurses and doctors parrot the myth the other way around, falsely claiming that ethyl mercury is “less persistent in the body” so therefore it’s less toxic, except they have no science to back that up, whatsoever. They want you to assume a lie before they tell you another lie.

As much as they all worship at the “peer-reviewed” altar, they can’t cite one single scientific study that’s been published to support their argument. Guess what? That’s because the science swings completely in the other direction, proving ethyl mercury to be 50 times more toxic and TWICE as persistent in the human brain. Oops.

Nov 18 09:25

Mother sues transgender clinic for lying about “safety” of hormone blockers for kids

A mother from Great Britain is suing the Tavistock Clinic in Leeds for administering to very young children “experimental” transgender pharmaceuticals that a recent study determined to be “devastating” and “irreversible.”

A prominent state-funded “gender” clinic in the U.K., Tavistock is centered around “transitioning” underage children into “other” genders using puberty blockers, which Tavistock has long claimed is a reversible process. But as it turns out, these procedures are not reversible, and end up ruining kids’ lives.

The lawsuit alleges that Tavistock is pushing these treatments on children using “inaccurate and potentially misleading” information. “Mrs. A,” as the mother is calling herself in anonymity, has a 15-year-old child of her own at Tavistock who’s being victimized by these very procedures, which she wants to see stopped.

Nov 18 07:03

Why are weather apps still so unreliable?

You are undoubtedly familiar with the plethora of weather apps available. Services like AccuWeather, The Weather Channel, Dark Sky, WeatherBug and any number of others all promise to provide you with an accurate forecast. But if you check those apps separately, you'll sometimes see that they can't even agree on a forecast. That's because while these apps all ostensibly do the same thing, they rarely pull their data from the same sources. Eric Floehr, founder of ForecastWatch, tells Mic that each app gets its forecast from different places, utilizing different prediction models and relying on different meteorologists to interpret the data. "The big weather apps like AccuWeather, The Weather Channel and Dark Sky all create their own forecasts," Floehr explains. Some of those services also sell their forecasts, which apps like Yahoo's weather service and WeatherBug repackage in their own app — but that doesn't guarantee agreement, either.

Nov 17 14:50

Dance of avoidance: WATCH Neptune’s moon Naiad do crazy zigzag-like maneuvers to escape COLLISION

Neptune’s moon Naiad employs some slick choreographic moves to avoid crashing into its near partner Thalassa as the pair closely orbit the ice giant, new research by NASA shows.
Two of Neptune’s 14 confirmed moons, Thalassa and Naiad are only 60 miles (100km) wide. The tiny Tic-Tac-shaped objects orbit just 1,150 miles (1,850km) apart but never collide.

This happens because, unlike our Moon, which simply circles around Earth, Naiad swirls around Neptune in a zigzag-like pattern, perfectly timed to avoid crashing into its ‘partner’ Thalassa, NASA explained. Experts have dubbed this crazy choreography a “dance of avoidance.”

Nov 17 10:23

Hong Kong protesters hurl PETROL BOMBS at volunteers trying to clear roadblocks and shoot ARROWS at police

Demonstrators in Hong Kong attacked common citizens who attempted to free the roads from barricades amid a new round of clashes with police.

A fierce street battle erupted outside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) on Sunday, as protesters threw bricks at police, which responded with tear gas and water cannons. The officers were trying to remove the barricades erected by the demonstrators earlier this week, and urged them to stop placing metal spikes on the roads in hopes of piercing the police vehicles’ tires.

Nov 17 10:21

BC: Gold or Gunfire: Hedging Against the Collapse of the Dollar

BC stands for NEO’s Banned Classic. This article was originally published by our journal on 27.10.14. For some reason, this article is missing from Google search results. Since this article remains pretty relevant to those geopolitical events that are taking place on the geopolitical stage today, we deem it possible to present it to our readers once again. Should it go missing again, you may be confident that you will see it republished by NEO once more, should it still remain relevant by that time.

Nov 17 10:16

Demon Technology: 5G vs. Human Race

LIVING DANGEROUSLY

Over 180 scientists and doctors in almost 40 countries are warning the world about 5G health risks. These scientists spell it out in a recent letter in response to ‘Resolution 1815 of the Council of Europe’:

“We, the undersigned scientists, recommend a moratorium on the roll-out of the fifth generation 5G until potential hazards for human health and the environment have been fully investigated by scientists independent from industry. 5G will substantially increase exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF)… and has been proven to be harmful for humans and the environment.”

If you’re not alarmed about 5G radiation dangers, you should be.

Nov 17 10:14

The Real Homosexual Agenda

The homosexual agenda is based on intolerance of anyone who disagrees with them and is a well-coordinated, well-financed, wide-ranging, intensive effort to infiltrate and influence organizations and society at large in order to spread misinformation with the goal of recruiting children. Click for homosexual quotes.

Children are the prize to the winners of the cultural war. Those who control what young people are taught and what they experience will determine the future course for our nation. The predominant value system of an entire culture can be overhauled by those with unlimited access to children. Homosexual activists understand very clearly how important children are to their cause.

Nov 17 10:11

The Zionist Path to NWO - US Imperialism

Humanity has a choice between a Communist (Left, globalism)
and Zionist (Right, nationalism) path to world government Rothschild tyranny,
aka "globalism."

The Communist path is epitomized by George Soros and everything
he epitomizes ( Satanism, EU, gender dysphoria, migration.)

If Neocon Thomas Barnett's Pentagon's New Path (2004) is any indication,
US imperialism is the hod carrier for Zionist NWO.

Ultimately, the goal may be to start a world war between
the Communists (Russia, China, Iran & EU?) and the Zionists (US, UK, & Israel?)

Nov 17 10:08

The Greatest Intellectual Property Theft in History: Operation Paperclip

The plunder of Germany's scientific and industrial knowledge after World War Two.

The initial purpose of what began as Operation Overcast was to plunder Germany of all its scientific and industrial knowledge after World War Two. The plan was to steal documents and working samples, but the depth and breadth of German industrial knowledge proved much too complex to be usefully understood from a simple examination of documents. In spite of the immense trove of scientific, technical, and industrial knowledge confiscated from Germany, the US failed to benefit due to a lack of know-how. It became quickly apparent that the process would require an extensive debriefing of German scientists and technicians to obtain adequate working knowledge of German industrial and scientific theory and processes.

Nov 17 10:05

Iran’s military capability 2019 Part 2: 10 Minutes Before - O poderio militar do Irã 2019

Iran’s military capability 2019 Part 2: 10 Minutes Before - O poderio militar do Irã 2019
Iran Army
Iran Navy
Iran Air force
Submarines, ships, drones, speed boats, Shahab-3, Khorramshahr, Fateh-110, Fateh-313, 285, S-300 - Sayyad 2, 2K12 Kub, Mersad, Raad, Ya Zahra, Herz-9, 3rd Khordad Air Defense System (Khordad-3rd), Raad Air Defense System and Bavar 373.

Nov 16 22:44

FLASHBACK: President Morales Calls Out U.S. Foreign Policy as Trump Listens in UN Security Council Meeting

If the U.S. cared, it “would not have threatened with military intervention democratically elected governments as it has done with #Venezuela,” the Bolivian president continued in his denunciation of American violations of #InternationalLaw. “The United States could not care less about human rights nor justice. If this were the case, it would have signed the international conventions and treaties for the have protection of human rights.”

President #Trump wore a small earpiece to hear the English translation while others wear larger ones at the UN Security Council meeting.

“In no way is the United States interested in upholding democracy. If such were the case it would not have financed coups d'etat and supported dictators,” said Evo Morales, President of Bolivia.

“Morales was in a position to make the statements because Bolivia is one of the nonpermanent slots on the council. ” - The Hill, Justin Wise - 09/26/18

Nov 16 14:06

Battle Stations - SR-71 Blackbird Stealth Plane -Full Documentary

https://tribunist.com/technology/sr-71-blackbird-pilot-trolls-arrogant...

Kelly Johnson and The Skunk Works.

http://www.p38assn.org/Personnel/kelly-johnson.htm

The Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird (so named for its heat-resistant black paint) first flew in 1964, and since that time it has remained the world's fastest aircraft. Tanks in the inner wings and upper fuselage carry the 80,000 pounds of special, superheated fuel.
Few weapon systems have ever entered the military arena with such blinding superiority as did the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird. No weapon system has ever maintained that same degree of superiority over a period of four decades. Today, the Blackbird is still the fastest, highest-flying, most-effective reconnaissance aircraft in history, even though budgetary considerations have caused it to be withdrawn from active service.

Nov 16 10:19

When Money Is The Problem

By Biblicism Institute

What made America great was the fact that the average joe could work hard and provide for his family.

It was called the American Dream. But somewhere along the way something went wrong, and the dream became a nightmare.

WHAT WENT WRONG

The biggest culprit in the death of the American Dream is the US Federal Government.

In general, when a government stays put and does not infringe on the personal and financial lives of its people, one can almost bet that things will remain pretty stable.

Nov 16 05:08

MORE PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES DYING FROM ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT INFECTIONS THAN PREVIOUSLY ESTIMATED

SOURCE: HS TODAY
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday released its updated Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States (AR Threats Report) indicating that antibiotic-resistant bacteria and fungi cause more than 2.8 million infections and 35,000 deaths in the United States each year. That means, on average, someone in the United States gets an antibiotic-resistant infection every 11 seconds and every 15 minutes someone dies. When Clostridioides difficile, a bacterium which is not typically resistant but can cause deadly diarrhea and is associated with antibiotic use, is added to these, the U.S. toll of all the threats in the report exceeds 3 million infections and 48,000 deaths.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Antibiotics tend to be used indiscriminately by far too many doctors, and that is the root cause of the problem.

If they knew anything about natural treatments which have proven efficacy in some documented cases, this wouldn't be happening.

Nov 15 21:46

General not allowed to take emotional support mistress on deployment

Air Force
General not allowed to take emotional support mistress on deployment
By Whiskey Fueled Tirade

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas – A heartbreaking scene unfolded today at an Air Mobility Command terminal when staff told a general he would not be able to deploy with his emotional support mistress.

As the general waited to board a plane with the young captain sitting on his lap, an airman working at the gate asked for a note from a military doctor and the captain’s immunization records. When the general could not produce the required paperwork, the general was informed she would have to leave the aircraft..

Nov 15 17:43

Inconsolable Jeff Sessions Tries To Commit Suicide By Smoking Joint

WASHINGTON—Following months of bruising criticism from Democrats and President Trump alike, an inconsolable Jeff Sessions was reportedly trying to commit suicide Thursday by smoking a joint. “I swore I’d never take the coward’s way out, but what choice do I have?”

Nov 15 17:41

Hunger kills Yemen's children in silence, no one hears

Sadia Ibrahim stands inside her room where she receives medical treatment at an anti-malnutrition treating center in Al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen, on Sept. 12, 2019. (Xinhua/Mohammed Mohammed)

Only skin and bones! About 357,000 children under 5 years old are suffering severe acute malnutrition in Yemen.

Nov 15 17:29

Bear Steals 36 Beers From Campers, Gets Drunk & Passes Out Until Rangers Come

Bear Steals 36 Beers From Campers

According to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, a black bear was found passed out on the lawn of the Swift Creek Campground due to drinking a 36-pack of beers.

Nov 15 17:20

With 8.7 inches of snow in Buffalo; November 11th snowfall totals break 77-year-old record

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — According to the National Weather Service Buffalo , Monday's snowfall totals broke the previous record set 77 years ago by over three inches.

Nov 15 14:56

A Second American Civil War? | Live From The Lair

Many pundits and conspiracy theorists insist it's coming. Popp weighs in on what such a calamitous event would look like.

Nov 15 10:49

Full Scale F-35 Production Further Delayed: Fighter Suffers More Breakdowns Than Expected - Pentagon

The F-35 fifth generation single engine fighter has faced further delays in its entry into frontline service after the Pentagon denied Lockheed Martin permission to begin full scale production of the jet. While the F-35A and B variants entered service in 2015 and 2014 respectively, they are considered far from fully combat ready with several bugs in the design having yet to be fixed among other major issues. The Pentagon’s leading weapons tester Robert Behler noted that the F-35 was still far from fully combat ready, particularly highlighting the fact that all variants of the platform suffered from low reliability and were prone to breakdowns more often than previously anticipated.

Nov 15 09:37

12 SCIENCE-backed reasons to say “NO” to the Gardasil vaccine

The truth is that just one of these reasons would be enough to make you run in the opposite direction of this vaccine. We’ve just given you 12, and even that is only part of the list. Regardless of your opinion on vaccination in general, the Gardasil vaccine is one that you should investigate very seriously before your child suffers irreversible harm.

Nov 15 09:35

Another depression medication proves riskier than the disease itself: Researchers recommend an “immense amount of caution” due to side effects

The latest example is esketamine, a drug that is currently being tested to help treat severe depression quickly. A form of ketamine, which is used as an anesthetic, esketamine has been shown to reduce severe depression symptoms like suicidal ideation quickly in some patients – which might even mean the difference between life and death in some cases.

Although a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study found that a nasal spray of esketamine worked well where traditional antidepressants had failed, the authors cautioned that unwanted side effects like psychosis and depersonalization could occur without a proper risk assessment.

Nov 15 09:29

In damning report, watchdog paints troubling picture of relationship between NASA and Boeing

A report released Thursday by NASA’s inspector general paints a damning picture of the space agency’s relationship with Boeing, one of its top contractors, saying NASA “overpaid” Boeing by hundreds of millions of dollars in what the report deemed “unnecessary” payments for a “firm-fixed-price” contract.

NASA agreed to pay the company an additional $287.2 million as part of Boeing’s multibillion-dollar contract to develop a spacecraft capable of flying astronauts to the International Space Station to help it speed up the company’s launch schedule. But the payment could have been easily avoided “through simple changes to the flight manifest,” NASA’s inspector general wrote in the report.

Nov 14 18:11

Google Has Its Eyes On Our Health and Banking Data — Project Nightingale and Project Cache

By Aaron Kesel

There has been serious backlash against Google for hoarding health data of 50 million Americans through Project Nightingale. The once social media giant is now shifting focus from just a search engine and video platform with its subsidiary YouTube, to a megalithic corporation seeking to monopolize our daily lives in not only health and technology but banking as well...

Nov 14 13:12

Check out these 48 hour snow totals from our first major #winterstorm

#winterstorm

of the season! Some parts of NE Ohio picked up more than a foot tha

Nov 14 12:14

'Prozac pollution' in water making fish hyper-sexual and too chilled to care about predators

A new study shows the 'disturbing impact' on fish from the psychoactive drugs, which enter the waterways via human users' urine, altering reproductive behaviour, anxiety levels and anti-predator responses

Nov 14 12:06

Strong 7.4 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes off Indonesian Coast - USGS

A tsunami alert has been issued for the Indonesian coast after the powerful earthquake, the Indonesian Meteorology and Geophysics agency reported. There have been no immediate reports about casualties or damages caused by the quake.

A strong 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck 133 kilometres north-west of Kota Ternate, Indonesia, the US Geological Survey (USGS) reported.

According to the USGS, the quake occurred at a depth of 45 kilometres.

Nov 14 08:43

2015 Natural History of Science Video “Mineral Dependence: Gemstones to Cellphones” More Relevant During the “Race for 5G”

By B.N. Frank

You may have heard of “Blood Diamonds.” But have you heard of “Conflict Minerals?” Manufacturers need them to make cellphones and other new technology.

The “Race for 5G” and all of its applications – including the Internet of Things (IoT), Automated Vehicles, and more – require A LOT of “Conflict Minerals.” Acquiring them is an ugly business...

Nov 13 22:15

Schwarzenegger meets real life cyborg sent back in time to kill off humanity

Terminator actor Arnold Schwarzenegger had the opportunity recently to meet a real life cyborg sent back in time to kill off humanity, Greta Thunberg. The actor and former governor of California felt privileged for the once in a lifetime meeting.

“It was a pleasure to meet with such a hero,” Schwarzenegger said. “I only just met Greta but I feel like I know her so well since I played a similar role in the Terminator films.”

Nov 13 21:10

BREAKING: Epstein Island sold to wealthy Middle Eastern businessman Haadid Nahkil Muhssef

A wealthy Middle Eastern businessman Haadid Nahkil Muhssef has purchased Jeffrey Epstein‘s pedophile island for $56 million. The purchase comes months after the controversial financier committed suicide while on suicide watch in a New York jail.

Not much is known about Muhssef except that he has many ties to the same people that Jeffrey Epstein did.

Nov 13 20:00

Nothing to see here: Rivers along Korean border run red with blood after massive pig cull (PHOTOS)

Heavy rainfall has been blamed for the spread of vast amounts of pig’s blood into rivers along the Korean border this week, following a cull of some 47,000 hogs amid an outbreak of African swine fever (ASF).

A local NGO claims that blood from a nearby burial site, where some 47,000 pig carcasses had been disposed of, had seeped into the Imjin River due to heavy rainfall.

Nov 13 19:32

Fracking triggers “potentially damaging” earthquakes, even in areas AWAY from injection sites

The Tufts University study put together data from field experiments and ground fault models. It showed that subsurface fluid injection might trigger considerable and extensive seismic activity far from the diffusion zone.

Deep fluid injections have been shown to trigger more earthquakes. However, many believed that seismic activity only increased near the injected areas.

The Tufts researchers showed that fluid injections caused slippages in fault fractures that reached far beyond the diffusion zone. As a result, the technique might trigger potentially destructive earthquakes in distant areas.

Their findings might explain why some areas of the U.S. experienced more human-caused earthquakes than traditional hot spots for natural quakes.

Nov 13 19:31

Bombshell: After finding of hundreds of cancer genes in MMR vaccines, FDA researcher admits viral cells in vaccines may “activate” genes and spread more disease

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published the results of an eye-opening investigation which found that the cellular matter used in the manufacture of many childhood vaccines is often contaminated with serious disease-causing viruses.

Conducted by Arifa S. Khan, PhD, the study looked at viral-based vaccines like seasonal flu shots that are made from living cells, or replicable cell substrates. As it turns out, these continual growth cells are oftentimes contaminated with hidden viral fragments that are tumorigenic in nature, meaning they have the potential to cause cancer.

These viruses tend to be latent, meaning they live “quietly” inside cells before eventually making their presence known later on down the road in the form of chronic disease. Thus, a person injected with a vaccine containing these cancer-causing viruses may not suffer the health consequences until long after he or she was jabbed – we’re talking many, many years, in some cases.

Nov 13 17:58

Lance Cpl. Thomas Parker: Inmate No. 3023132, Bib No. 4109

RONAN — In a town of a little over 2,000 people, there’s no such thing as rush hour. At 4 in the afternoon, the only real traffic in Ronan remains on U.S. Highway 93, rolling to and from Polson, Missoula and Kalispell.

The residential streets don’t see much maintenance. In contrast to the cracks and holes pockmarking the grid of asphalt around Ronan’s homes, roads to the surrounding farms stay smooth.

Tomy Parker rolled down one of them, his arms pumping like pistons, gripping the wheels of his chair and hurling himself forward........

Nov 13 11:18

'Insect apocalypse' poses risk to all life on Earth: Half of all bugs have been lost since 1970 and 400,000 species face extinction due to heavy use of pesticides, report warns

Leading ecologists at the University of Sussex, who carried out the report for the Wildlife Trusts, revealed that 40 per cent of the one million known insect species are now nearing extinction.

The use of pesticides, which has doubled over the last 25 years, has seen 23 species of bees and wasps go extinct.

Without insects, a multitude of birds, bats, reptiles, amphibians, small mammals and fish would disappear, for they would have nothing to eat.

Nov 13 11:15

Martian mystery! NASA scientists are baffled by 'mind-boggling’ data from Curiosity rover showing sudden fluctuations in the oxygen levels on the Red Planet

NASA scientists have been left 'baffled' after a new first-of-its-kind experiment detected inexplicable fluctuations in oxygen levels on the surface of Mars.

A portable chemistry lab on the Curiosity Rover has been sampling the air above the Gale Crater on the Red Planet for three Martian years (or about six Earth years).

Scientists have used this data to measure the way the gases that fill the air above the surface of the crater change with the seasons.

They discovered that the amount of oxygen in the atmosphere goes up by 30 per cent in the spring then drops back to normal by the autumn in a way that cannot be explained by any known chemical process.

Nov 13 09:58

MRI Study Associates Screen Time Exposure In Children To Lower Brain Development

By John Vibes

The research team found that white matter in the brain was less developed in children who spent more time in front of screens. White matter is important to thought processing, speech and literacy...

Nov 13 09:44

'Mental instablity': Psychiatrists who called Trump dangerous want to testify on impeachment

If this continues much longer the country will be in a full blown civil war with all the chaos that will ensue.

A group of medical experts who claim that President Trump's mental health makes him dangerous and unfit for office is seeking to testify during House impeachment proceedings.

The group, comprising four psychiatrists, a clinical neuropsychologist, a neurologist, and an internist, are planning to announce their availability next week to members of Congress and the media. They'll also be available to consult privately with members of Congress, with 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, or with members of Trump's cabinet.

Dr. Bandy Lee, a Yale School of Medicine psychiatrist, announced the group's plans to the Washington Examiner on Friday.

Nov 13 09:35

Shocking VIDEO shows Hong Kong mob savagely beating woman with metal rods

Xi needs to send the Army in and put an end to this US backed colored revolution.

A disturbing video shows a woman being surrounded and beaten by masked protesters in Hong Kong. The unsettling footage comes as authorities struggle to clamp down on worsening violence in the semi-autonomous city.

The assault was reportedly sparked by a political disagreement between the woman and a group of armed demonstrators. Video of the attack shows the woman trying to walk away, only to be thrown to the ground by one of the black-clad rioters. One of the men then uses what appears to be a metal rod to beat her over the head.

Nov 13 08:49

Feds Launch Investigation Into Google's Secretive "Project Nightingale"

Big Tech can't seem to go one month without becoming involved in some new data privacy scandal, but this time, Google parent Alphabet has outdone itself.

Yesterday, WSJ broke a story about a deal between Alphabet and Ascension Health System, a Catholic non-profit that operates hospitals and nursing homes in 21 states and Washington DC. Ascension has more than 2,600 facilities, but its data - including critical patient data - is presently spread across 40 data centers in more than a dozen states.

But thanks to a deal between the two organizations that spawned Google's "Project Nightingale", all of that data are being moved into Google's cloud, and Google engineers are working on a system that they say could revolutionize how doctors use patient health data to make diagnoses.

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IF caught having done this, in absence of HIPAA protections, every single person whose data was shared, would have one heck of a base for a class-action lawsuit against Google.

Instead of calling this Project Nightingale The Brit reformer who invented the profession of modern nursing, this project SHOULD have been named "Project Nightmare"; because the ripples of repercussions as to how this data got shared, is only just beginning.

Nov 12 23:03

The 10 Worst States To Get Caught With Marijuana In

We all know where marijuana is legal and illegal in the United States. But where is it more illegal than other places? For instance, it’s still illegal recreationally in California, but no one really cares. But there are states that do care about marijuana laws, and you’ll be the one paying for it.

Here are the 10 worst states to get caught with marijuana:

Nov 12 11:19

Good Riddance Evo Morales

So Morales, the communist cocalero, is gone. Before your automatic conditioning makes you yell "the CIA did it!", why not pause for a moment and reflect if the Latin American people are not able to make their own decisions and choose the path of freedom and honesty without the help of the US?

Consider that, first and foremost, Morales is a radical Marxist, a union leader who started his career supported by the Communist Party, who considers capitalism the worst enemy of mankind.

Nov 12 10:25

The case of the disappearing snow: A stormy week — for the computers

The Philadelphia region might see its first snowflakes on Tuesday. But what happened to that threat of a major snowfall? How did it devolve into a prosaic forecast of harmless white fireflies appearing in the air?

The alleged offender is a familiar one, particularly as winter nears: the computer. While last week represented a welcome respite from the traumas of tornadoes and mass power outages, it was a wild one in the world of long-range virtual weather.

Nov 12 10:01

Japan's Hayabusa-2 probe is to begin year-long journey back to Earth after 'unprecedented' mission to collect soil samples from an asteroid that could shed light on the origins of the Solar System

Hayabusa-2 was launched in 2014 by the Japanese Space Agency JAXA with the aim of bringing samples from under the soil of an asteroid back to Earth.

The probe was sent 186 million miles from Earth to the asteroid Ryugu, whose name means 'Dragon Palace' in Japanese.

If the return goes to plan it will be the first space mission to successfully return rock samples from under the surface of an asteroid to the Earth.

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