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Moving Ahead Lets Ensure all Schools are Environmentally Safe and Healthy

By Deirdre Imus, 3-10-20 As parents teachers, educators, and environmental health advocates, we must all continue to work towards ensuring healthier learning environments for all children.


On the Pandemic Frontline: Children, Families and Schools

March 2020-Annual Day of Advocacy for Schools Has Never Been More Important What will schools be like when children and staff return? Will facilities be safe and healthy? What lessons will carry forward from this experience?


3 Innovations Leading the Fight to Save Our Ocean

The ocean is our lifeline - we rely on it for the food we eat, the air we breathe, as well as for millions for jobs worldwide


Massachusetts Struggles for Safe, Effective Mosquito Management; Governor’s Arbovirus Proposal Much Improved but Big Questions Remain

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Massachusetts is wrestling with solutions for mosquito-borne illnesses such as Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile Virus (WNV).


Federal Court Reverses EPA Approval of Crop-Harming Dicamba

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) broke the law in approving agricultural weedkilling products sold by Bayer and two other chemical giants, ignoring clear evidence that the new herbicides would cause widespread damage to crops, a federal court ruled on Wednesday.


Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Are Coming to the U.S.

This summer, for the first time, genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the U.S.


Minnesota bans toxic chemical TCE; EPA twiddles thumbs

Minnesota recently became the first state to ban the dangerous chemical trichloroethylene (TCE).


Peak Internet — The Censorship Bubble Is About to Burst

Over the past year, I've written extensively about the initially creeping — and then sweeping — censorship occurring online.


Over a quarter of 18 to 25-year-olds are unaware that women should avoid alcohol in pregnancy, study shows

A quarter of adults aged between 18 and 25 are unaware that women should not drink alcohol during pregnancy, according to a survey of 2,000 Britons.


Nationwide Bike Shortage From Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic, while crippling the economy as a whole, has led to business booms for a number of niche products, including bicycles.


Pandemic Reporting — Are the Media Getting It Wrong?

Sam Husseini is a writer, journalist and communications director for The Institute for Public Accuracy. In this film he discusses the media’s reporting on the coronavirus and the frustrations that many scientists feel over the way the pandemic is being handled by the media and portrayed for the public. One thought-provoking topic that real reporters should at least be questioning is the possibility that the labs in Wuhan are being framed, he asserts.


Vaccination rates plummeting due to coronavirus, yet illnesses are NOT increasing

The state of Michigan has seen a dramatic decline in childhood vaccination rates ever since the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) made its appearance.


Why We Stay Asleep When Covid-19 Is Trying to Wake Us Up

There’s a phrase we all keep hearing: It doesn’t make sense. We’ve heard it from citizen journalists, from hospital and police force whistleblowers, and from otherwise compliant and law abiding self-quarantiners whose personal, lived experience simply isn’t adding up to what they are being told is happening by mainstream media. So what is it that doesn’t make sense?


People who work in offices lit by natural daylight sleep for 37 minutes more per night and are better at making strategic decisions, study shows

An office full of natural daylight, rather than artificial light, can help boost decision making skills and help workers get 37 minutes more sleep at night, study shows.


The Power and Mystery of Melanin Explained

Melanin, the central pigment within our skin, and distributed throughout our bodies, is one of the most interesting biomolecules identified thus far.


Replacement for PFAS found in soil in New Jersey

A team of researchers from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has found evidence of chloroperfluoropolyether carboxylates (ClPFPECAs) in New Jersey soils.


Fruit fly study reveals link between the gut and death by sleep deprivation

The first signs of insufficient sleep are universally familiar.


Shocker! Japan firms' electrifying fabric zaps bacteria

It's a shocking idea: a fabric that can produce small amounts of electricity powered by movement, allowing your clothing to zap microbes and bacteria as you go about your day. A pair of Japanese firms say that's exactly what their new product can do, and are touting it for everything from curbing body odour to offering the ideal material for protective gear like face masks.


Eating apples and other flavonoid-rich foods lowers cancer and heart disease risk, researchers find

Apples are nutritious fruits. An old saying even suggests that eating an apple a day keeps the doctor away. It looks like this cliche may be scientifically-proven, after all. In a study published in the journal Nature Communications, scientists looked into the health benefits of a flavonoid-rich diet. Their findings revealed that eating foods rich in these beneficial compounds helped protect participants from heart disease and cancer.


Coronavirus lockdowns are worsening child obesity due to kids spending an extra FIVE HOURS per day in front of a screen and eating more crisps, red meat and sugary drinks, study finds

Coronavirus lockdowns are worsening child obesity due to less physical activity and poorer diets, including increased intake of crisps, red meat and sugary drinks. US researchers found obese kids in Italy ate more junk food and watched more TV at the expense of physical activity during the Covid-19 social distancing measures.


Bloomberg: Block The Sun, Cool The Planet

Although experimental geo-engineering has been ongoing for years, Bloomberg is now legitimizing it. Adding SO2 (Sulphur Dioxide) to the atmosphere would increase acid rain and add to deaths from cancers, strokes and heart disease. What could go wrong with that?


Robot dog hounds Thai shoppers to keep hands virus-free

A scurrying robot dog named K9 dispenses hand sanitizer to curious children and wary shoppers—one of the more unexpected measures Thai malls are taking as the kingdom relaxes virus restrictions. The hi-tech hound is controlled using 5G, a technology promising super-fast internet speeds with immediate reaction times that is still in the initial stages of roll out in Thailand.


Coronavirus May Be a Blood Vessel Disease, Which Explains Everything

In April, blood clots emerged as one of the many mysterious symptoms attributed to Covid-19, a disease that had initially been thought to largely affect the lungs in the form of pneumonia. Quickly after came reports of young people dying due to coronavirus-related strokes. Next it was Covid toes — painful red or purple digits. What do all of these symptoms have in common? An impairment in blood circulation.​


Incredible Disappearing Coronavirus - The Narrative Has Failed

Suddenly there is no talk about coronavirus. Reputable doctors in Italy, the UK, and elsewhere are claiming the virus hardly exists any longer. Just over a week ago much of America faced jail if they dared break the "social distancing" rules put in place by tyrannical governors and other public officials.​


Kenya bans single-use plastics in protected areas

Kenya on World Environment Day barred all single-use plastics such as water bottles and straws from its national parks, beaches, forests and other protected areas. The implementation of the ban, first announced a year ago, was ordered in a letter from Tourism Minister Najib Balala last week. It took effect on Friday, three years after Kenya announced one of the world's strictest bans on plastic bags.​


Two Scientists Stumble Upon the Formation of Microscopic Galaxies, Black Holes, and Stars - Revolutionary Implications

Mark L. LeClair and Eric Dollard are two scientists and technologists who independentally stumbled upon a category of phenomena that could revolutionarize everything we once thought we knew about the origins of the universe and life, which may lead to technologies we could use to create a sustainable future for humanity.


LOCKDOWN LUNACY: The Thinking Person’s Guide

Knowing what we know today about COVID-19’s Infection Fatality Rate, asymmetric impact by age and medical condition, non-transmissibility by asymptomatic people and in outdoor settings, near-zero fatality rate for children, and the basic understanding of viruses through Farr’s law, locking down society was a bone-headed policy decision so devastating to society that historians may judge it as the all-time worst decision ever made.


Dangerous Nano-particles Contaminating Many Vaccines: Groundbreaking Study

A 2017 study of 44 types of 15 traditional vaccines, manufactured by leading global companies, has uncovered a very troubling and previously unreported fact: The vaccines are heavily contaminated with a variety of nanoparticles.


Coronavirus: How to Reduce Your Children’s Screen Time And Encourage Activity

Even prior to COVID-19 pandemic, our research revealed that 83% of parents were concerned about the amount of time their children spent in front of screens and monitors. Recent events have made this even more of an issue.


Universal vaccination passport has been in development since 2018, requires absolute compliance with endless list of vaccines

As the current pandemic rages on, people around the world are being ordered to do things for the “greater good.” Governments are requiring specific things from people in order to protect the “public health.”​


Former MI6 Head: Coronavirus Is Man-Made, Released From A Lab

The former head of MI6, Sir Richard Dearlove, has said that he believes the coronavirus is man-made and was accidentally leaked from a a lab in China.


Comments of Patricia Burke to the FCC: FCC 19-226 Human Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields

I am requesting that complaints of harm to human health and the environment be independently collected and analyzed by a non-industry, independent authority. Engineering measurements of juxtapositions of exposures as they correlate with areas of complaints, at the time of day that the complaint pertains to, including nighttime data transfers, should be instituted prior to any additional spectrum allocation or action by the FCC.


Game Warden Shortage Threatens Wildlife

In Georgia there are just 213 game wardens to enforce state fish and wildlife laws, investigate violations, assist with conservation efforts and collect data on wildlife and ecological changes across 16,000 miles of rivers and 37 million acres of public and private lands. Statewide 46 counties have no designated game warden at all. The shortage could lead to wildlife crimes going undetected.


Scientists: We've Found the Cleanest Air on Earth

Atmospheric researchers have pinpointed the spot on Earth with the cleanest air. It's not in the midst of a remote jungle, nor on a deserted tropical island. Instead, the cleanest air in the world is in the air above the frigid Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica, as CNN reported.


Toxic 'monster' cane toads that kill dogs with poisonous glands surface in Southern Florida to breed after heavy rainfall

First murderous hornets, then giant lizards and now Americans are being terrorized toxic 'monster' toads.​


The Pesticide Atrazine and 200 Other Toxic Chemicals Found in Fracking Wastewater; Contamination Goes Unregulated

A new, simultaneous chemical identification method has found the presence of the weed killer atrazine and 200+ other hazardous chemicals in hydraulic fracturing (fracking) wastewater or produced water, according to collaborative research published in the Journal of Separation Science by scientists at the University of Toledo (UToledo) and the University of Texas at Arlington.


Street lamps 'increase breast cancer risk': Women are 10 PER CENT more likely to develop the disease if they are exposed to high levels of artificial outdoor light at night, study warns

Living in a bustling metropolis may increase the likelihood of developing breast cancer compared to living in the countryside, a study suggests.


Living near oil and gas wells linked to low birthweight in babies

Living near active oil and gas wells during pregnancy increases the risk of low-birthweight babies, especially in rural areas, according to the largest study of its kind.


US ranks 24th in the world on environmental performance

The US is far behind other industrialized nations on environmental performance and now ranks 24th in the world, according to a new analysis by Yale and Columbia universities.


Nature and pollution: what lichens tell us about toxic air

Fresh, clean air is wonderful to breath in. Without the health risks of air pollution, fresh air feels great for our lungs. Lichens love clean air too - in fact, their sensitivity to air pollution means they make great air quality indicators.


After Midland floods, a question: Where did waters carry toxic chemicals?

Terry Miller is worried but hopeful. The longtime mid-Michigan environmental activist, who chairs the Bay County-based Lone Tree Council, has been waiting for flood waters to recede from Midland and surrounding areas following recent historic flooding, so he could get an up-close look at the damage.


Quarantea — Health Benefits of Drinking Tea in Crisis

In May 2020 after weeks of the highest unemployment rates in history due to coronavirus, a whopping one-third of Americans were showing signs of clinical anxiety or depression, The New York Times reported.10 Nearly half said the shutdown was harming their mental health — and a 1,000% increase in calls to a national hotline center over the year before is testament to the angst and despair so many are feeling.


Italian Doctor: Coronavirus ‘No Longer Exists Clinically’

A very public dispute has broken out between some of Italy’s, and the world’s, most high-profile doctors after one expert claimed the coronavirus “no longer exists clinically.”


'Absolutely No Evidence' COVID-19 Is Airborne, Canada Health Official Says.

While COVID-19 has spread globally for months, many questions still remain about the relatively new virus. One of B.C.'s top health officials, however, says medical professionals have a pretty clear picture of how the virus is transmitted."There is absolutely no evidence that this disease is airborne, and we know that if it were airborne, then the measures that we took to control COVID-19 would not have worked," Dr. Reka Gustafson, B.C.'s deputy provincial health officer, told CTV Morning Live Monday.


High concentrations of polluted air found inside homes during 2018 wildfire smoke event

When wildfire smoke filled the skies of Oregon's southern Willamette Valley in 2018, many residents kept their doors closed and windows shut, thinking they were safe from polluted air. But results of a preliminary Oregon State University study show that the air inside their homes contained higher concentration of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, known as PAHs—a family of chemicals that are known to have the potential to cause cancer—than the PAH concentrations outside.


Coronavirus is a blood vessel disease, study suggests: Infection of the lining of veins and arteries may explain bizarre symptoms like clots and 'covid toes'

The virus that causes COVID-19 is named for its attack on the respiratory system. But as doctors continue to report high rates of blood clots, strokes, brain swelling and heart problems in their coronavirus patients, researchers have been increasingly suspicious the infection is more than a respiratory disease, but stumped for an explanation.


The Tests: The Achilles Heel of the COVID-19 House of Cards

“The tool is not the problem, it’s what we do with it.” – Tests are not reliable!


Beyond Epidemiology and Economics. The Shutdown’s Devastating Impacts on Education, Health, Family, Religion, Civil Society

Since the Covid-19 shutdown began, the media has framed it as a shutdown of the economy, making resistance to it appear to be about putting profit over life. This is not an accurate description of the shutdown. The shutdown policy is currently disrupting or transforming all of our major social institutions: government, education, health, economics, religion and family.


In the Chesapeake Bay, saving seagrasses can fight ocean acidification

When scientist Wen Jun Cai and his colleagues boated across the pea-soup-like waters of the upper Chesapeake Bay in the summer of 2016, water sampling kits and pH sensors in hand, they didn’t expect to find chemical magic at play. The scientists were taking stock of a looming problem facing the 200-mile-long bay: the acidification of its waters, a human-caused phenomenon that threatens the health of the crabs, oysters, and fish iconic to the large estuary.


Terrawatch: could granite solve the hard problem of nuclear waste storage?

We need to find somewhere safe to dispose of high-level nuclear waste; a place where we can be confident it will be isolated and contained for hundreds of thousands of years. And if we want to keep a lid on global warming then we may well need to find a similar place to store carbon dioxide too. But where?


Air pollution in China back to pre-Covid levels and Europe may follow #AirPollution

Air pollution in China has climbed back to pre-pandemic levels, and scientists say Europe may follow suit. Air pollution causes at least 8m early deaths a year, and cleaner skies were seen as one of the few silver linings of Covid-19. Experts have called for action to help retain the air quality benefits of lockdowns, and measures taken to date have included expanding cycle lanes and space for walking in cities.


Yellowstone National Park in Montana is hit with nearly a DOZEN earthquakes in just 24 hours with the strongest tremor measuring 3.1 magnitude

Nearly a dozen earthquakes shook parts of Yellowstone National Park in just 24 hours on Friday, May 29. The US Geological Survey reported 11 quakes in West Yellowstone Montanan, with tremors ranging from 1.6 to 3.1 magnitude on the Richter scale.


100% Farm Workers Have Covid!? Forces Behind Riots Engineering Food Shortages Next

As riots erupt in cities across the US, the same forces behind the violence are engineering food shortages to absolutely bring this country to its knees. How could this be possibly be achieved? Watch to find out. Then start growing food and work to defend our farms and food security.


Face Masks that Contain Toxic Pesticide Distributed in Tennessee for Coronavirus then Recalled

While wearing a mask is an important practice to help reduce the chance of Covid-19 infection, a mask produced with pesticide-laden material for Tennessee residents has been identified as elevating the virus’ health risks. The state of Tennessee began last week and then stopped this week providing residents with free face masks made from sock fabric incorporated with antimicrobial silver pesticide.​


Tech Billionaires Aiming at a Global Currency

Bartering and the exchange of currency have long and interesting histories. We've gone from trading products and metal coins to exchanging paper notes and now cryptocurrency, based on digital encryption. While it might seem that cryptocurrency is a natural next step in financial evolution, remember that just because something is possible doesn't mean it's better. Bitcoin was the first established cryptocurrency to hit the market.


Undetectable Engineering Methods Used to Create SARS-CoV-2

Is the COVID-19 pandemic the result of a manmade virus? And, if so, what does that say about mankind's ability to safely conduct gain-of-function experiments?


Light-based system lays foundation for continuous monitoring of ocean plastic particles

Researchers have developed a new light-based method for identifying plastic particles in large volumes of water.


New Study Warns of Dire Human Impacts if Wildlife Extinction Crisis Continues

A scientific study published today concludes that natural life-support systems crucial to the survival of humanity could collapse if action isn’t taken to save wildlife populations.


Killing Coronavirus with Handheld Ultraviolet Light Device May Be Feasible

A personal, handheld device emitting high-intensity ultraviolet light to disinfect areas by killing the novel coronavirus is now feasible, according to researchers at Penn State, the University of Minnesota and two Japanese universities.


Why can't we leave them alone? The troubling truth about selfies with sloths

Nobody seems to know quite how the sloth became the rock star of the animal kingdom. From high in the Latin American rainforest, the absurd mammal is the focus of a frenzied obsession that shows no sign of abating.


Mediterranean diet found to ameliorate symptoms of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

In this study, Greek researchers investigated the effects of the Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) on the clinical, biochemical and inflammatory profile of patients with simple liver steatosis. Their results were published in the Journal of Medicinal Food.


Are you ready to live in a medical police state – your body monitored, your movement tracked, and your family forced into home arrest and isolation?

The greatest threats to liberty are yet to come, as the medical establishment and Big Pharma rapidly merge with Big Tech, state governments, and the National Guard, to track people’s whereabouts, trace the level of contact people have with one another, and force people to isolate in their homes, undergo medical testing and bodily requirements.


How the cruel legacy of covid may last a lifetime: Evidence suggests even those with mild symptoms can be left with long-term damage to their heart, lungs and other organs

The vast majority of the tens of thousands of patients in the UK who have tested positive for Covid-19 will be counting their lucky stars that they have had only a mild encounter with the deadly virus — but they may not be able to relax just yet.


Brian Mast bill aims to help track veterans’ exposure to toxic burn pits

U.S. Rep. Brian Mast is pushing legislation aimed at tracking veterans’ exposure to burn pits overseas. “There’s no doubt that burn pits are the Agent Orange of our generation,” Mast said in a Tuesday statement. “Service members that were exposed in Iraq and Afghanistan are seeing horrible health effects and are dying as a result.”


How Innovation Is Driving the Blue Economy

Using waste food to farm insects as fish food and high-tech real-time water quality monitoring: innovations that could help change global aquaculture, were showcased at the World Economic Forum's Virtual Ocean Dialogues 2020.


UK Statistics Agency Slams Government's 'Incomprehensible' Official Testing Data

As Boris Johnson struggles to rebuild trust with a shellshocked public while also facing down a growing insurrection within his own party, more government bureaucrats are turning on the PM and criticizing the government's accounting of coronavirus deaths and cases, a persistent hot-button issue in the UK, which has repeatedly revised its numbers to account for deaths at nursing homes, other long-term care facilities, and private homes.


Enraged Italians Abandon Masks, Denounce Pandemic As Scam

Hundreds of Italian demonstrators gathered in Rome's Piazza del Popolo on Tuesday, ditching their masks in a protest against the Italian government's lockdown restrictions aimed at controlling the spread of COVID-19.


The Case Is Building That COVID-19 Had a Lab Origin

If the public has learned a lesson from the COVID-19 pandemic it is that science does not generate certainty. Do homemade face masks work? What is the death rate of COVID-19? How accurate are the tests? How many people have no symptoms? And so on.


Mothers of Vaccine - Injured Children: Modern Day Cassandras

Some days I feel like Cassandra, the Greek woman who could see the future, but not articulate it in a way that gave her credibility. In the tragedy Agamemnon, Apollo promised Cassandra the gift of prophecy if she would be his lover. She accepted the gift, then rebuffed Apollo when he desired sexual favors. Apollo got revenge by ordaining her predictions would be rejected. She predicted the Trojan horse battle and Agamemnon’s bloody death, but no one believed her.


Is COVID-19 the Result of a US Government-Funded Experiment in China?

Meryl Nass, MD has extensive expertise in biological defense and biological warfare. She investigated the world’s largest anthrax epizootic, in Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) due to biological warfare. She was among the first who disputed the report published in the journal Nature Medicine on March 17th in which the authors declared: “We do not believe that any type of laboratory-based scenario is plausible… the definitive research supporting a natural virus origin.” She disputed that assertion, and identified several flawed assumptions made by the authors. She concluded that the coronavirus SARS-2 was probably created in a laboratory. Dr. Nass is a member of the board of directors of the AHRP.


CDC Whistleblower and Autism Author Speak Out: Health Agencies Continue Epidemic Denial

Despite ongoing increases in the number of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) nationwide, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has consistently failed to declare ASD an epidemic. This public messaging decision highlights the CDC’s ongoing disregard for prevalence increases over time that support the overriding importance of environmental causes rather than genetics causality in this serious childhood health condition. According to the most recent 2018 survey from the National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH), 1 in 35 American children ages 3-17 have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), over 1.7 million children.


Moderna's Guinea Pig.... "Sickest in His Life" after Being Injected with Experimental Vaccine

You know Ian Haydon from many appearances on CNN and other networks celebrating his heroic act of volunteering to test Moderna’s experimental COVID vaccine. The sun has now set on Haydon’s television career. He is no longer useful to the Pharmedia narratives that all vaccines are always safe for all people, that Moderna’s business partners, Tony Fauci and Bill Gates, were justified in skipping animal studies and that Moderna’s vaccine will soon rescue us from the Pandemic.


Not Just Another Petition – Let Your Voice Be Heard Now!

Say NO to a forced coronavirus vaccine and other compulsory medical interventions.


Sixth mass extinction of wildlife accelerating, scientists warn

The sixth mass extinction of wildlife on Earth is accelerating, according to an analysis by scientists who warn it may be a tipping point for the collapse of civilisation.


Heavy metals present in snake livers raise environmental concerns

Tiger snakes living in Perth's urban wetlands are accumulating toxic heavy metals in their livers, suggesting that their habitats—critical, local ecosystems—are contaminated and the species may be suffering as a result.


COVID-19 Exposed The Truth: Laws, Rules & Regulations Are Futile, Humans Were Born Free

The one good thing to come out of the COVID-19 panic is the increasing awareness of the general public. The scamdemic has exposed the futility of most rules, laws, and regulations, as people have found out they don’t have to obey any ruler or politician because they were born free.


Bees grooming each other can boost colony immunity

Honeybees that specialize in grooming their nestmates (allogroomers) to ward off pests play a central role in the colony, finds a new UCL and University of Florence study.


With $3 billion PFAS cleanup price tag looming, Pentagon looks to industry for ideas

Staring down a $3 billion—and growing—tab to clean up water sources at military installations across the country that are contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals linked to firefighting foam, the Defense Department is now in discussions with private companies about potential cleanup solutions that might reduce the cost.


School Reopenings in Denmark Did Not Worsen COVID-19 Spread, Data Show

A new Reuters report says data show the school reopenings in Denmark did not lead to an increase in the spread of COVID-19.


Red And Blue States Getting Ugly Over Contact Tracing

Contact Tracing is emerging as an American Stasi that has the power to demand personal information, to detain and to disrupt your life entirely. However, it has no basis in law and is patently unconstitutional. Hohmann breaks down a real incident in Texas.


China withheld data on coronavirus from WHO, recordings reveal

The World Health Organization struggled to get needed information from China during critical early days of the coronavirus pandemic, according to recordings of internal meetings that contradict the organisation’s public praise of Beijing’s response to the outbreak.


VAPE WARNING: If you vape, you could be leading your health down a dark road, but there is a “light” at the end of the tunnel

If you quit smoking to vape, you just gave up some of the most toxic ingredients in anything humans “consume,” so good for you. The FDA will say you made a mistake, and that vaping is just as bad for you as cigarettes, but that’s a total crock.


Yale Epidemiologist: Hydroxychloroquine Should Be 'Widely Available And Promoted Immediately' As Standard Treatment

Hydroxychloroqine - a cheap, widely-prescribed anti-malaria drug which was deemed safe for decades until it showed efficacy treating coronavirus - needs to be made "widely available and promoted immediately for physicians to prescribe," according to Yale epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch.


Finland Has Almost Totally Eradicated Vaping

Finland, often called "the world's happiest nation", is making progress on becoming a smoke-free country by 2030. In fact, the country's ban of flavored vaping products, which went into effect years ago, looks to be paying off.


Take Action: Tell the National Organic Program that Inaction on “Inert” Ingredients Is Unacceptable

During the April meeting of the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB), there was near-unanimous sentiment expressed by NOSB members and stakeholders that the failure of the National Organic Program at USDA to act on NOSB recommendations regarding so-called “inert” ingredients hurts organic producers and consumers and the environment.


Researchers discover a creative way to reduce pesticides

Researchers have found a way to make cereal crops innately resilient to certain pests, thus boosting their yields. Their recent discovery could set us on a path to reducing the application of pesticides that harm wildlife and cause pollution.


Fracking In California During a Pandemic

In April, for the first time in nine months, California regulators gave 24 permits for fracking projects in state's San Joaquin Valley. The region is the nation's most polluted air basin. Fracking causes airborne particulate pollution and the formation of ground level ozone, creating a respiratory disease and other health issues.


Fracking linked to rare birth defect in horses: Study

A new study has uncovered a link between fracking chemicals in farm water and a rare birth defect in horses—which researchers say could serve as a warning about fracking and human infant health.


Global glacier melt raises sea levels and depletes once-reliable water source

The melting of glaciers and ice caps in places as diverse as the Himalayas and Andes mountain ranges, the Svalbard island group and the Canadian Arctic Archipelago has the dual effect of raising global sea levels and depleting freshwater resources that serve millions of people around the world.


Thousands of Species Are Fleeing to Earth's Poles en Masse, And a Pattern's Emerging

We know that global warming is forcing many animals around the world to flee their normal habitats, but now, an exhaustive analysis has shown marine species are booking it for the poles six times faster than those on land.


Apocalyptic swarm of deadly mutant ticks invade Russia with 2,125 children attacked

Russian Siberia has been rocked by an invasion of blood-sucking ticks that experts said included a new and deadly “mutant” variety.


20% of COVID Patients Caught Disease at Hospital

Each day in the U.S., about 1 in 31 hospital patients has at least one health care-associated infection, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.2 COVID-19 is now among them, with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, being transmitted from health care workers to patients, as well as from infected patients to other hospital patients.


Why The Public Should Rebel Against Forced Vaccinations

There is no legal, moral or logical argument that justifies government entities demanding access to your body in order to inject foreign substances into you. Instead, it is simply a play for control and power: “You will do what we say, when we say, or else.”


An Ode to Mac and Cheese, the Poster Child for Processed Food

In January 2015, food sales at restaurants overtook those at grocery stores for the first time. Most thought this marked a permanent shift in the American meal. Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, that trend took a U-turn.


Another ‘murder hornet’ found in Washington State—here’s what that means

An Asian giant hornet that’s almost certainly a queen was discovered in Washington State, scientists have confirmed, the third found in the United States. But officials stressed that the sightings have been confined to a relatively small area in the northwest corner of the state, and that there’s a chance to stop the insect’s spread.


Expect Coronavirus Vaccine Failure and Reactions

The race is on to develop the first vaccine for COVID-19, with competitors eager to roll out what's likely to be the most fast-tracked vaccine ever created. Initially, public health officials had stated that a vaccine could be ready in an unprecedented 12 to 18 months.


Vitamin D and Fish Oil May Help Prevent Cancer Death, Heart Attacks

Sought-after nutritional therapies vitamin D and omega-3s found in fish oil have gone through intense scrutiny with the largest study to date, called VITAL. Results of the study on whether they can effectively prevent cancer or cardiovascular disease have shown that these therapies are popular for a reason, and the benefits simply cannot be ignored.


EPA Likely to Approve Mine That Threatens Alaska's Largest Salmon Hatchery

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wrote a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers last week to say that it would not oppose or put a stop to a huge copper and gold mine near the world's largest sockeye salmon fishery, as The Washington Post reported.


The Money Circle: Is the Gates Foundation and Big Pharma Self-Dealing?

“They seriously and very sentimentally set themselves to the task of remedying the evils that they see in poverty, but their remedies do not cure the disease: they merely prolong it…the proper aim is to try and reconstruct society on such a basis that poverty will be impossible.” Oscar Wilde on philanthropists.​


US Surveillance Bill 6666: The Devil in the Details

As if vaccine passports, COVID-19 contact tracing apps and the Rockefeller Foundation's plan to reopen America don’t already pose enough of a threat to civil liberties and democratic society, here comes a new bill, H.R. 6666, the COVID-19 Testing, Reaching And Contacting Everyone (TRACE) Act.


‘TRUTH’ with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.—Second Episode Now Available

In Episode 2 of TRUTH, RFK, Jr. spoke with Polly Tommey about the health epidemics of children, delving even deeper into the specific injuries caused by vaccinations, including those listed on the product inserts.


N.J. gets strict on cancer-causing ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water

The Garden State is taking a big step in its fight against “forever chemicals.”


Why you should avoid some cough syrups if you think you've got the coronavirus

Coughing is one of the hallmark symptoms of being infected with the novel coronavirus. So it's no surprise that many are swigging dextromethorphan, a workhorse cough suppressant, to calm those bone-rattling expulsions of germs and air. It may be doing them more harm than good, new research suggests.​


Turning Plastics into Sustainable Products & Lives

The latest episode of NothingWasted!, with Ian Rosenberger, founder & CEO of First Mile and Day Owl.


The pandemic pattern—how the illusion is built

This article is based on my study and investigation of so-called epidemics over the past 30 years. In the case of COVID-19, I’ve written at least one piece covering, in detail, each main element of the illusion. Here, I’m laying out the pattern. It is the same for each fake epidemic.


Contaminated soils determine root characteristics

Tree roots have multiple essential functions for their growth and survival. Acquiring nutrients and water from the soil, storing food and anchoring the plant in a substratum are what keep plants alive. In addition, root traits adapt themselves to physical limitation: they grow longer and thinner in dry soils in order to seek faraway water and they stay shorter in compact soils. Thanks to these powers, roots are an important pillar in tree survival strategy.


Mass Elephant Deaths: Anthrax, Poison Ruled Out in Botswana

Anthrax and poisoning have been ruled out as the cause of a rising number of unexplained elephant deaths in Botswana, the country with the world’s biggest population of the animals. Wildlife authorities have now discovered 110 carcasses in north west Botswana, up from the 56 announced earlier in May according to a government statement.


Airlines Pushing Contact Tracing, ‘Immunity Passport’ As Right To Travel

The airline industry is emerging as the primary driver of global digital ID tracking systems. If you want to fly in the future, it means obtaining an “immunity passport” showing that you are disease-free, and you will be incessantly tracked and monitored


Can This Cheap, DIY Air Pollution Sensor Help the World Get Clean Air?

Columbian citizen scientists built dirt-cheap air quality monitors and deployed them across their city, forcing the government to confront its pollution. Now they’re teaching others to build them, too.


COVID generation faces 'dark age' of low social mobility

The unprecedented economic and educational shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic could inflict long-term damage to young people's prospects in life, a new study finds.


New study reveals long-term impact of disaster-related school closures

Interrupting schooling has deep and long-lasting effects on children, shows a study from Oxford, which is based on research, into the 2005 Pakistan earthquake, that has relevance for other disasters, including the COVID-19 pandemic.


Bid to grant MSC 'ecolabel' to bluefin tuna fishery raises fears for ‘king of fish’

Conservationists warn the species, which was almost extinct 10 years ago, could be under threat if Japanese fishery is MSC certified


Scientists, MDs Rip Anti-Chloroquine Study Published In The Lancet

Support for Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine has cratered, thanks to a faulty study published by The Lancet. Now, hundreds of MDs and scientists are taking The Lancet and the study’s authors to task for data corruption and false conclusions.


Human-mouse hybrid hailed by top scientists as the most human yet

A human-mouse hybrid has been hailed as the most human chimera yet, according to scientists. Researchers who created the hybrid embryo containing both human and mouse cells found that the human cells "learned" from their mouse neighbours, and developed much more quickly than they normally would. The hybrid embryo – called a chimera by scientists – contains around 4% human cells.


Removal of Ozone Air Pollution by Terrestrial Ecosystems

Tropospheric ozone is removed at Earth’s surface through uptake by plant stomata and other nonstomatal deposition pathways, with impacts on air pollution, ecosystem health, and climate.


Renewables Outpace Coal in U.S. Energy Consumption for First Time Since 1885

After a 134-year reign as the leading energy source in the U.S., King Coal has been toppled from the throne, replaced by wind, solar and other renewables.


In the Amazon, a farmer practices the future of sustainable cattle ranching

Cattle farming is one of the drivers of Brazil’s economy, both for domestic consumption as well as for export. Cattle ranching in the Amazon, however, is almost always involved with illegal deforestation. Studies show that up to 80% of the problem can be attributed to the cycle of cutting trees, burning the land, and bringing in cattle —almost all of it done illegally. Areas that are already occupied and degraded — poor in nutrients and no longer usable for pasture — are generally abandoned for new, unoccupied land. And the cycle repeats itself. But it doesn’t always need to be this way. “Cattle aren’t the villains. It’s the way they are raised that can be harmful or not,” says agronomy engineer Jerusa Cariaga from the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute, a social organization that uses science and technology for sustainability purposes.


Crab blood to remain big pharma's standard as industry group rejects substitute

Animal rights groups have been pushing a synthetic alternative to horseshoe crab blood in drug safety testing


Coronavirus Lockdowns May Raise Exposure to Indoor Air Pollution

This spring, as the COVID-19 pandemic led people to hunker down at home, outdoor air quality improved dramatically in many cities and countries. In the northeastern U.S., for instance, air pollution dropped by 30 percent. But the lockdowns might be having the opposite effect indoors.


Coronavirus: Researchers No Longer Need Consent To Access Your Medical Records

You may not know it, but if you live in the UK and have contacted the NHS with any coronavirus-related health concerns, your data is now being used for research.


Why You Should Not Mix Bleach and Vinegar While Cleaning

Bleach and vinegar are common household cleaners used to disinfect surfaces, cut through grime, and get rid of stains. Even though many people have both these cleaners in their homes, mixing them together is potentially dangerous and should be avoided.


12 Houseplants to Refresh Dry Indoor Air

Plants are awesome. They brighten up your space and give you a living thing you can talk to when there are no humans in sight. Turns out, having enough of the right plants can also add moisture (aka humidify) indoor air, which can have a ton of health benefits.


Warning on use of fracking chemicals in Queensland's channel country

Unconventional gas projects use chemicals that are of ‘potentially high concern’ for sensitive region, report finds


Ranchers using drones to keep cattle healthy

Each year, millions of cows in the United States die from health problems and it’s costing the cattle industry, but “eyes in the sky” could help ranchers solve the problem. Joshua Jackson flies a drone to help monitor a herd of cattle from high above his Central Kentucky ranch.


Raw sewage flowing into the Tijuana River brings toxic sludge to California

The term "crisis on the border" typically refers to immigration issues or drugs being smuggled into the country. But it has one more meaning, as we discovered, when we went to the border in early February: tens of millions of gallons of raw sewage that spill every year into the Tijuana River on the Mexican side and flow across the border right into Southern California, polluting the land, air, and sea. Mexico and the United States each thinks the other should be doing more to clean it up, with no effective solution found on either side of the border for decades.


Bald Eagle Nest With Eggs Spotted in Cape Cod for First Time Since 1905

A bald eagle nest with eggs has been discovered in Cape Cod for the first time in 115 years, according to the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (Mass Wildlife), as Newsweek reported. That nest is part of a dramatic uptick in the number of active nests, with more than 70 spotted this spring, according to a post on the Mass Wildlife website, as CNN reported. While spotting active nests is not rare, one with eggs is. Also, for the first time, there is a documented case of eagles nesting on nearby Martha's Vineyard.


COVID-19 Policies: Attack on America?

There’s something very strange about the “health policies” that have been implemented for COVID-19. Instead of protecting our health, these policies are undermining it in myriad ways while destroying our economy, school systems, food chain, and constitutional rights! It’s as though war has been waged on America. We are told that we are fighting an “invisible enemy” that justifies these unprecedented draconian measures. Is that “enemy” really the flu or are we dealing with something else now?


Why The Public Should Rebel Against Forced Vaccinations

The debate over the morality and practicality of forced vaccinations has been raging for many years, long before the coronavirus ever hit the US population. With the advent of the pandemic the narrative has shifted to one of “necessity”. The media and the majority of governments around the world now act as if mass vaccinations are a given; the “debate is over”, as collectivists like to say when they are tired of having to deal with any logical or factual complaints.


The Well-Known Hazards of Coronavirus Vaccines

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., son of Sen. and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, both of whom were tragically murdered, has continued in the footsteps of these famously courageous men by standing up for the truth.


Deployment of Australia’s coronavirus contact-tracing app spoiled by bugs, privacy concerns

To help track and contain the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), Australia deployed COVIDSafe, an app designed to help speed up contact tracing. However, the adoption of the app has been hampered by bugs, as well as concerns on whether it infringes on users’ privacy rights.


Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, May 30, 2020

The true expanse and depth of the injustices that are being carried out against populations could never be calculated or comprehended. Converging catastrophes continue to close in on us all, it is imperative to keep an eye to the horizon.


The Gates / Fauci Vaccine Developed by Moderna. Video Featuring Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Dr. Andrew Kaufman

This is a four-minute video featuring Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Dr. Andrew Kaufman that explains exactly what is in the Gates/Fauci covid19 vaccine currently being developed by Fauci’s own vaccine company, Moderna. Most of the vaccines currently under process by big pharma are likewise mRNA vaccines, a type never before used on humans. The Gates/Fauci vaccine against covid-19 is no ordinary vaccine. It uses three needles, two of which are electrodes that will alter the DNA of every cell in the body.​


Quercetin Boosts Interferon Response to Viruses and COVID-19

As the number of people who have died from COVID-19 rises, more widespread testing reveals the infection may have moved farther and faster than was anticipated. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released five planning scenarios1 "designed to help inform decisions by modelers and public health officials who utilize mathematical modeling."


German Official Leaks Report Denouncing COVID-19 As "A Global False Alarm"

Germany’s federal government and mainstream media are engaged in damage control after a report that challenges the established Corona narrative leaked from the interior ministry.


"We're All Suspects Now": A Look Inside The NSA's New "Contact Chaining" Tool

The “contact chaining” tool, is an essential second piece of the collection and storage of mass metadata. This tool allows the NSA to play “six degrees of separation” to connect you to almost anyone.


Your Vitamin D Level Must Reach 60ng/mL Before the Second Wave

To improve your immune function and lower your risk of viral infections, you’ll want to raise your vitamin D to a level between 60 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) and 80 ng/mL by fall. In Europe, the measurements you’re looking for are 150 nanomoles per liter (nmol/L) and 200 nmol/L.


Judy Mikovits, the Plandemic Video, and the Casualty of Truth: The Questionable Science on Both Sides of This Issue

In the past couple of weeks, a 26-minute video, called "Plandemic," has seemingly become more viral than the pandemic itself. The video is primarily an interview with Judy Mikovits, PhD and her controversial ideas about the modern-day pandemic, its sources, and effective ways to prevent and treat it. There were over 8 million views of this video in just a couple of weeks, and it would be a lot more but YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, and Google chose to censor it completely.


How air pollution messes with our minds

Air pollution inflames the brain, sparking reactions that lead to diseases such as dementia and autism


Intravenous Vitamin C as a Potential Antiviral Treatment

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, has long been used and studied for its role in the prevention and treatment of many diseases and infections. Recently, four separate case reports found that vitamin C may be a possible treatment for a variety of viral infections and may alleviate symptoms effectively ​


Environmental regulations likely to be first casualties in post-pandemic recovery

Environmental protection measures, including for air quality, could be severely weakened when the coronavirus pandemic ends, warn Alan James Bond, Angus Morrison-Saunders, Francois Pieter Retief and Meinhard Doelle.


Vitamin D Combats Viral Infections and Boosts Immune System

GrassrootsHealth recently conducted a review of an observational study involving 212 patients who had COVID-19, identifying a correlation between vitamin D levels and disease severity. Those with the mildest disease had the highest vitamin D levels, and vice versa.


WHO: Healthy people should wear masks only when 'taking care of' coronavirus patients

The World Health Organization is recommending healthy people, including those who don't exhibit COVID-19 symptoms, only wear masks when taking care of someone infected with the contagion, a sharp contrast from the advice given by American public health officials who recommend everyone wear a mask in public.


US Hospitals Slash Use of Drug Championed by Trump as Coronavirus Treatment

The malaria drug hydroxychloroquine is being pulled from hospitals as health officials and doctors become wary of its benefits versus possible risks. New clinical trial data were a major influence on the decision not to give the drug to patients anymore, according to one doctor who interviewed with Reuters.​


Why Was Wuhan Lab Locked Down When Outbreak Began?

GAs reported in "Bioweapon Labs Must Be Shut Down and Scientists Prosecuted," there's mounting evidence suggesting SARS-CoV-2 may have been leaked (whether inadvertently or not) from the biosafety level (BSL) 4 laboratory in Wuhan, China.


World's largest all-electric aircraft takes to the skies

The world's largest all-electric aircraft made its maiden flight on Thursday as it flew for 30 minutes over Washington State, according to manufacturers magniX.


EPA Office of Inspector General Finds 400 Agency Employees Did Not Report Potential Scientific Integrity Policy Violations Since 2012

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) recently released a report highlighting employee discontent with scientific integrity (SI) within the agency.


Rules Dictate Employees Can Be Fired For Not Wearing A Face Mask

New rules put into place to allow businesses to re-open mandate that employees must wear face masks, and can be disciplined or even fired for refusing to do so.


Robot cars made by driverless technology company will deliver prescription medicine to CVS customers in Texas

The driverless car startup Nuro is deploying its fleet of robocars in Texas to deliver people's prescriptions.


Ninety percent of severely ill adults with coronavirus who were treated with a drug for children's immune disease started recovering within two weeks

A drug for a children's immune disease helped coronavirus patients recover faster, a new study suggests. Ruxolitinib is approved to treat Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH), which is a severe systemic inflammatory syndrome among youngsters that can be fatal, by calming down the immune system's overreaction.


Contact Tracing And The K12 Lobby

We seem to be divided as a country when it comes to privacy, civil liberties, and the tracking and tracing of citizens. Some are willing to submit to a surveillance state in order to track the spread of the coronavirus. Others see the pandemic as a weapon used to infringe on our privacy and freedoms.​


Gold mining with mercury poses health threats for miles downstream

Small-scale gold mining in the Peruvian Amazon poses a health hazard not only to the miners and communities near where mercury is used to extract gold from ore, but also to downstream communities hundreds of kilometers away where people eat mercury-contaminated river fish as part of their diet.


The perfect coffee – fair trade and sustainable

Germans love coffee, and the country doesn't really wake up without it. But is it sustainably produced and fairly traded? Not really. This documentary investigates efforts to improve the situation.


CNN: ‘The World Sacrificed Its Elderly’ To Protect Hospitals

Three months ago, as the novel coronavirus began to gain a foothold in countries across Europe, officials in the UK said they were still confident that the risk to the British public remained low.


Small-scale mining for gold has produced long-lasting toxic pollution, from 1860s California to modern Peru

Gold is everywhere in modern life, from jewelry to electronics to smartphones. The global electronics industry alone uses 280 tons annually. And that demand keeps growing. But most people know little about the environmental impacts of gold mining.


New fertilizer made out of repurposed alkaline batteries being tested by Australian startup to help keep some of the 158 million batteries sold each year out of the landfill

An Australian company has developed a way to make enhanced fertilizer using repurposed alkaline batteries. The process was developed by Envirostream Australia, and relies on a supplemental dust containing manganese and zinc sourced from old batteries


US south-west in grip of historic 'megadrought', research finds

When Ken Pimlott began fighting US wildfires at the age of 17, they seemed to him to be a brutal but manageable natural phenomenon. “We had periodic [fire] sieges in the 80s, but there were breaks in between,” said Pimlott, the former head of the California department of forestry and fire protection.​


Famine risk for millions in second locust wave

A second wave of desert locusts in Africa and Asia is threatening famine for millions as critical resources are directed towards the COVID-19 crisis, scientists warn.


I’ve signed death certificates during Covid-19. Here’s why you can’t trust any of the statistics on the number of victims

As an NHS doctor, I’ve seen people die and be listed as a victim of coronavirus without ever being tested for it. But unless we have accurate data, we won’t know which has killed more: the disease or the lockdown?


Listen to experts and tackle the toxic chemical crisis contributing to chronic disease

Infectious disease experts, scientists, and doctors have warned about the potential for a pandemic for years.


India weeds out 27 highly toxic pesticides

Decades of lobbying by rights activists and environmentalists to ban hazardous pesticides in India that are prohibited elsewhere in the world appear to be making progress following a 14 May government order proposing to eliminate 27 of the worst culprits from a list of 318 toxic farm chemicals registered for use in India.


Bill Gates running deadly global “vaccine empire” that can only exist through extreme censorship of real science and intelligent questions about vaccine safety

The reason why Microsoft co-founder and billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates is being given so much airtime amid the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis is because Gates is currently the world’s largest manufacturer of vaccines, as well as the money behind the mass vaccination agenda.


Blaylock: With Social Utility, How Much Are Grandpa And Grandma Really Worth?

Social engineering and eugenics go hand-in-hand, assigning value to different elements of society according to their potential or actual contribution to the ‘common good’. The current pandemic that sparked the ‘Great Panic of 2020’ seems to be playing out this evil philosophy.


Cheyenne Frontier Days canceled for 1st time in 124 years

Cheyenne Frontier Days was canceled Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, marking the first time the event billed as the world’s largest outdoor rodeo has been called off in its 124-year history.​


Moderna Vaccine White Paper – “DNA Vaccines Have a Risk of Permanently Changing a Person’s DNA”

In light of the conversation and growing debate about the rapid development of a Covid-19 vaccine, many are watching closely to see who wins the race.


Doctor Bill Gates Is Now President of Planet Earth

A couple of days ago, I heard from Fort Russ News, that the US Surgeon General (equivalent of the British Chief Medical Officer) Jerome Adams is to officially dump the Bill Gates-CDC-Fauci nonsense predictions and start moving forward with… wait for it: FACTS! Real data, instead of propaganda.


The Injection Fraud – It’s Not a Vaccine

I am not a scientist. I am not a doctor. I am not a biotech engineer. I am not an attorney. However, I read, listen, appreciate and try to understand those who are.


New video sums up everything that’s wrong with healthcare in the U.S.

What’s wrong with the healthcare system in the U.S.? It’s hard to know where to even begin to answer that question, but Dr. Edward F. Group, the founder and CEO of Global Healing, recently spoke about the problems we’re facing in a video posted on YouTube.


US taxpayers paid for remdesivir’s development, so why will Gilead get all the profit?

To make progress with remdesivir, the drug that’s buoyed expectations for the treatment of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), Gilead Sciences needed help from American taxpayers, getting assistance from three federal health agencies.


During The Pandemic Small Farms And Farmer’s Markets Are Booming

Even before the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a strong push towards organic, local farm produce over the past few decades.


The World Health Organization Was Against Quarantines Only Last Year

I recommend to you a document written in saner times, and published by the World Health Organization: “Non-pharmaceutical public health measures for mitigating the risk and impact of epidemic and pandemic influenza.”


Monkeys run away with coronavirus test samples after attacking lab technician

A group of monkeys ran away with coronavirus test samples after attacking a lab technician, it is reported.​


Coronavirus Worsens Thailand's Plastic Waste Crisis

Southeast Asia is one of the biggest sources of plastic waste from land to the ocean, and Thailand is among the top five contributors. In January, Thailand placed a ban on single-use plastic, and was looking to reduce its plastic waste by 30% this year.


CDC Recommends Newborns Be Tested For Coronavirus Twice And Separated From Mothers With Confirmed Or Suspected COVID-19

The CDC has new guidelines for newborns of mothers with or suspected of having coronavirus.


Researchers track how bacteria purge toxic metals

Bacteria have a cunning ability to survive in unfriendly environments. For example, through a complicated series of interactions, they can identify—and then build resistance to—toxic chemicals and metals, such as silver and copper.


Lab Escape Theory of SARS-CoV-2 Origin Gaining Scientific Support

The possibility that SARS-CoV-2 is a human-manipulated virus that escaped from a lab has been flagged up by a whole series of scientists, such as Prof Richard Ebright, Prof Stuart Newman, Dr Michael Antoniou, Dr Jonathan Latham, Yuri Deigin, Dr Billy Zhang, and Prof Jonathan J. Couey.


COVID-19 Critical Care

"Why is success in critical care being ignored?" the Alliance for Natural Health rightly asks. The organization claims "much more could be done to save lives" if critical care protocols were to take into account what critical care doctors are finding in practice.


COVID-19 Vaccines: Continuing the Long History of Medical Experimentation on Children

May 22 was a banner day for the encroaching global vaccine police state, with three announcements from the UK signaling what we can surely also expect on this side of the Atlantic.


One in Every 16 Irish Boys has Autism: Crisis Worse than COVID-19 and Nobody Cares

According to National Health data released last week, autism incidence among Irish children is now at 4.3%, an 82% rise in five years. One in 16 boys is affected. US rates trail Ireland’s slightly only because CDC lies to minimize the crisis.


Further Anomalies of the Oxford Coronavirus Vaccine

On 27 April a New York Times article reported excitedly the result animal trials of the Oxford Coronavirus vaccine: “Scientists at the National Institutes of Health’s Rocky Mountain Laboratory in Montana last month inoculated six rhesus macaque monkeys with single doses of the Oxford vaccine.


MAJOR: WHO Makes About-Face and Rules-Out Second Corona Wave – Breaks with Bill Gates Predictive Model

In a major development which cuts against Bill Gates’ own policies and modeling, the director of Public Health of the World Health Organization (WHO) since 2005, María Neira, said Monday May 25th 2020 that the models they work with are “increasingly” ruling out a second major wave of the coronavirus.​


How a Lack of Water Fueled COVID-19 in Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation has the highest known rate of coronavirus in the country. The scale of the tragedy can be traced to a long history of denying the tribe's legal right to water access.


These tiny, self-assembling traps capture PFAS

University at Buffalo chemists have shown that self-assembling molecular traps can be used to capture PFAS—dangerous pollutants that have contaminated drinking water supplies around the world.


Ranchers Brace For Tough Times As Pandemic Hits Beef Industry

The problems from the pandemic are rooted in basic supply-chain economics: as some of the nation’s largest meatpacking plants were forced to slow or altogether stop their operations in recent weeks


Animal feedlots are a likely threat to drinking water in Minnesota, says report

Millions of tons of manure from Minnesota’s animal feedlots is a risk to consumer health as it threatens to raise nitrate and phosphorus levels in the state’s rivers, lakes and drinking water, a study has found.


Vaping for just a few months puts young, healthy people at risk of oral health problems including gum disease and cancer, study shows

Vaping for only a short period of time, just a handful of months, can lead to the development of dangerous bacteria linked to significant health problems such as gum disease and even oral cancer.


Here's the best way to clean your face mask

Wearing a mask in public once meant you were dressed for Halloween or to rob a bank. Yet in a few short months, because of COVID-19, this clothing item has evolved into everyday wear.


Nobody Ever Imagined That The Job Losses Would Get This Bad So Quickly

If you tried to warn people in late 2019 that about 40 million Americans would lose their jobs by the middle of 2020, nobody would have believed you. Personally, I operate a website called “The Economic Collapse Blog”, and I wouldn’t have believed you either.


As building reopenings begin, what does post-COVID-19 cleaning look like?

Typically, cleaning has been focused in appearance. Right now, the emphasis for everyone really needs to be cleaning for health and cleaning for safety.


Coronavirus vaccine czar reluctantly decides to forego windfall stock profits after earlier claiming “no conflict of interest”

Moncef Slaoui, the so-called coronavirus vaccine “czar” who President Trump recently appointed to head up the next phase of the plandemic, has decided not to accept a massive financial windfall from stock options he owns in Moderna, the company manufacturing a new vaccine.


The Campaign Against Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). Clearing the Way for A Big Pharma Vaccine

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought out many disturbing features of our society. Misinformation, or perhaps more accurately, disinformation, abounds in the service of agendas ranging from those who interpret the virus as a useful ploy for the construction of a police state, to Big Pharma and its allies who are moving us toward mass vaccinations, to the narcissistic views of those who would sacrifice the elderly and ill rather than to be inconvenienced by being denied access to bars and beaches.


‘Zombie’ fires may have reignited in the Arctic as scientists warn there are more to come in 2020 after an unusually warm spring

'Zombie' fires may have reignited in the Arctic circle following an unusually warm spring, scientists have warned.


Upcycled Food Is Officially Defined, Paving the Way to Reduce Food Waste

Upcycled food is now an officially defined term, which advocates say will encourage broader consumer and industry support for products that help reduce food waste.


Coronavirus hijacks immune cells to create cytokine storms, says new study

Scientists continue to be baffled by the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), especially how it “hijacks” certain cells of the body. A new study from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai suggests that SARS-CoV-2 – the coronavirus strain behind the current pandemic – can inhibit one virus-fighting set of genes but allow another set to launch – a pattern not seen with other viruses.


Coronavirus Monitoring Bracelets Flood the Market, Ready to Snitch on People Who Don’t Distance

Surveillance firms around the world are licking their lips at a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to cash in on the coronavirus by repositioning one of their most invasive products: the tracking bracelet.​


Welcome Back, Dear Customer: ‘No Mask, No Service’

“No mask, No service” signs are popping up at all kinds of businesses as the country begins to slowly reopen after the coronavirus pandemic shutdown that began in March.


'Nature's antifreeze' provides formula for more durable concrete

Secrets to cementing the sustainability of our future infrastructure may come from nature, such as proteins that keep plants and animals from freezing in extremely cold conditions.


40 Percent of Adults Worldwide Have Gastrointestinal Disorders

For every ten adults in the world, four suffer from functional gastrointestinal disorders of varying severity. This is shown by a study of more than 73,000 people in 33 countries. University of Gothenburg scientists are among those now presenting these results.


State-Based Contact-Tracing Apps Are Courting Privacy Disaster

While governments around the world have launched nationwide Covid-19 contact-tracing smartphone apps over the last months, the United States has pointedly not.


FDA Drops Food Labels as “Fake Meat” Rolls Out

The FDA has waived labeling requirements, allowing producers to change ingredients WITHOUT updating the label — WHY? Christian, the Ice Age Farmer, explores this loss in fidelity of information on your food, and how it enables the masking of underlying food shortages AND the rollout of “Fake Food” as we witness the total technocratic takeover of food.


German firm introducing game-changing solar-wind-wave energy platform

A German power firm will launch demonstrations of a one-of-a-kind, triple-threat power generating platform off Iraklio, Greece, later this year. SINN Power has been testing wave energy converter modules for five years.


A potential explanation for urban smog: Aerosol particle growth higher in cold climates

The effect of nitric acid on aerosol particles in the atmosphere may offer an explanation for the smog seen engulfing cities on frosty days.


Dogs Can Smell COVID-19

In a pilot study at the University of Helsinki, dogs trained as medical diagnostic assistants were taught to recognize the previously unknown odor signature of the COVID-19 disease caused by the novel coronavirus.


Epidemic: Shocked that tests for the virus are worthless? You shouldn’t be.

I’ve written and published many words explaining why the diagnostic tests for the coronavirus are unreliable, inherently worthless, wrong-headed, and deceptive.


Harmful Algal Blooms Are Increasing Across the U.S.

During summer in central New York, residents often enjoy a refreshing dip in the region's peaceful lakes. But sometimes swimming is off-limits because of algae blooms that can make people sick.


COVID-19 Fact Sheet - Face Masks

During the era of COVID-19, we see more and more people wearing face masks. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) currently recommends that everyone wear a mask even if they appear healthy with no signs of disease. Various government officials are mandating the wearing of face masks in public settings. It seems evident that this would help to stop the spread of any infection. But does it really make sense?


Your ‘Private’ COVID-19 Test Results Will Make The Rounds Anyway

More than 11 million people have been tested in the U.S. for COVID-19, all with the assurance that their private medical information would remain protected and undisclosed.


MSN Student Publishes Study on Toxic Exposure in Iraq Vets

Since 2018 RIC nursing student Chelsey Poisson has been speaking to reporters and meeting with legislators to bring attention to the deadly effect burn pits have had on military bases in Iraq.


EWG Investigation: Manure Overload Threatens Water in Minnesota’s Farm Country

Manure from Minnesota’s 23,000 animal feedlots threatens to overload nearby cropland with chemicals that can pollute lakes, streams and aquifers, including drinking water sources, a new Environmental Working Group investigation found.


How To Detox Your Body With Oil Pulling

3500 years ago, a powerful detox practice was born in the heart of India. Vedic folk healers learned that swishing a tablespoon of oil around in your mouth not only eliminates bad breath and makes the teeth stronger, but seems to speed up the body's recovery from a number of major illnesses and also promotes longevity.


COVID-19 vaccination: what the plan looks like

“Despite Moderna’s cheery press release this week, the clinical trial results for its groundbreaking COVID vaccine could not be much worse.”


Today's high potency weed raises risk of anxiety and addiction, study says

If you're thinking of returning to the weed of your youth to ease the strain of the pandemic, you will soon discover a potent truth -- today's weed is nothing like yesterday's.


CDC Now Predicts Coronavirus Death Rate ‘Under 1%’

The CDC just came out with a report that should be earth-shattering to the narrative of the political class, yet it will go into the thick pile of vital data and information about the virus that is not getting out to the public. For the first time, the CDC has attempted to offer a real estimate of the overall death rate for COVID-19, and under its most likely scenario, the number is 0.26%.


Occupational Exposure to Pesticides, and Other Environmental Chemicals Increase Risk of Developing ALS

Exposure to agricultural and industrial pesticides, solvents (thinners), electromagnetic fields, and heavy metals predispose humans to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), according to an Italian research study, “Environmental and Occupational Risk Factors of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Population-Based Case-Control Study,” published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.


Pandemic and Epidemic Collide in COVID-19

As the world’s attention remains focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, essential attention is turned away from other life-threatening epidemics, including opioid addiction. Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, opioid misuse and addiction had become rampant in the U.S.


Coronavirus Concentration in Sewage Is Leading Indicator of COVID Outbreaks

A Yale University study suggests that measuring genetic codes for COVID-19 in sewage sludge is an early way to identify SARS-CoV-2 outbreaks.


Your "Immunity Passport" Future Begins To Materialize As Airlines Call For Digital ID Tracking

The world’s largest airline trade group has called for immunity passports, thermal screening, masks, and physical distancing to be a part of the industry’s strategy for returning to “normal” operations.​


Are Stay-at-Home Orders Decimating Vitamin D Levels?

Recent scientific papers have highlighted the role vitamin D may be playing in the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in severe cases. Considering researchers have also shown that SARS-CoV-2 is rapidly inactivated by sunlight, areas that are banning people from parks and beaches, are undoubtedly committing a grave error.


New Research Study Clarifies Health Outcomes in Vaccinated versus Unvaccinated Children

A new peer-reviewed study in the journal SAGE Open Medicine details the health outcomes of vaccinated versus unvaccinated children from three pediatric practices in the United States concludes that unvaccinated children have better health outcomes than their vaccinated peers.


Bricks Made From Plastic and Organic Waste

Revolutionary ‘green’ types of bricks and construction materials could be made from recycled PVC, waste plant fibres or sand with the help of a remarkable new kind of rubber polymer discovered by Australian scientists.


The Pentagon Should Address All Types of PFAS on Military Bases

The toxic fluorinated compounds known as PFAS belong to a family with hundreds of different members. They are linked to an array of health risks, including cancer, thyroid disruption, reproductive and developmental harms, reduced effectiveness of vaccines and high cholesterol.


Toxic coast: Cleaning up a century of industrial waste in New Jersey

When you reach the town of Edgewater, there's a sudden gap in the line of waterfront development on what is now known as New Jersey’s “Gold Coast.” Instead of high-rises, there are two gigantic white tents raised up from the dirt.


The Recycling Dilemma: Good Plastic, Bad plastic?

When it comes to recycling and recyclability, very little, it seems is straightforward — even something as seemingly simple as orange juice can present a conundrum.


‘Digital Health Passport’ Will Provide Health Data on Smartphones, Determine When Citizens Must Be Retested

The COVI-PASS platform is designed to hold information about patients, allow or restrict them from entering certain areas and businesses, and interface with healthcare professionals.


This Tower Filters Smog Out Of The Air And Turns It Into Diamonds

Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde has created an innovative tower that sucks smog out of the air and turns it into beautiful diamonds.


Exposure to 'good bacteria' during pregnancy buffers risk of autism-like syndrome

Giving beneficial bacteria to stressed mothers during the equivalent of the third trimester of pregnancy prevents an autism-like disorder in their offspring, according to a new animal study by University of Colorado Boulder researchers.


Study shows patients with hemorrhagic brain disease have disordered gut microbiomes

A new study shows that people with a rare genetic disease that causes bleeding in the brain have gut microbiomes distinct from those without the disease.


Study reveals substantial quantities of tire particles contaminating rivers and ocean

A major UK government-funded research study suggests particles released from vehicle tyres could be a significant and previously largely unrecorded source of microplastics in the marine environment.


Boeing and Airbus are studying how coronavirus may spread on their airplanes and whether UV light could help disinfect cabins between flights

Boeing and Airbus are studying how coronavirus may spread on their airplanes, and taking a no-stone-unturned approach to developing a way to minimize risks as they search for a way to restart business amid the pandemic.


CDC Confirms Extremely Low COVID-19 Death Rate

Most people are more likely to wind up six feet under because of almost anything else under the sun other than COVID-19. The CDC just came out with a report that should be earth-shattering to the narrative of the political class, yet it will go into the thick pile of vital data and information about the virus that is not getting out to the public.


COVID-19 Sparks a Rebirth of the Local Farm Movement

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the future of the Cannard Family Farm—whose organic vegetables supplied a single Berkeley restaurant—was looking stark. Ross Cannard is the son of an iconic leader in the local organic movement in California.


The CDC Has Issued a Warning About Aggressive Rat Behaviour Due to The Pandemic

Rats are growing increasingly aggressive in their hunt for food as restaurants across the US remain shuttered to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned.


EU’s “Farm to Fork” Exposed: Total Takeover of Food in EU’s “Green Deal”

The EU’s “Farm to Fork” strategy was unveiled this week, describing the necessary shift in people’s diets to insects as protein and away from meat/dairy.


Study warns that some children are suffering hyperinflammatory shock from coronavirus exposure

A strange phenomenon is occurring during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that is demarcated by some children mysteriously going into hyperinflammatory shock.


Not Wanting to Get Left Behind, Merck Nabs $38 BILLION from U.S. Government to Develop COVID Vaccine

Despite the fact that they are currently embattled in two federal lawsuits for fraud regarding the development of their MMR and Gardasil vaccines, Merck jumped into the COVID-19 race and nabbed $38 BILLION of American taxpayer funds to develop COVID products, including vaccines, it was announced today.


Toxic Chemicals Identified in Fracking Wastewater

Before water produced during hydraulic fracturing is disposed of in waterways or reused in agriculture and other industries, chemists at The University of Toledo are zeroing in on water quality and environmental concerns of fracking wastewater to determine if it is safe for reuse.


Packaged food and beverages in the U.S. are ultra-processed and ultra unhealthy

Food supply has a huge impact on the health status of a given population. It also plays a central role in the development of chronic diseases.


Oceans Likely to Heat up at Seven Times Their Current Rate, New Study Finds

The depths of the oceans are heating up more slowly than the surface and the air, but that will undergo a dramatic shift in the second half of the century, according to a new study.


Will the World Become a Police State?

Although changes may have helped reduce the initial spread of the virus, how some are implementing the rules look more like the dawn of martial law. This is ironic, considering we are a country that proudly proclaims itself to be the "land of the free and the home of the brave."


Improve water supply in poorer nations to cut plastic use, say experts

Focusing on improving the water supply in developing nations could be a powerful way to fight the scourge of plastic waste in the oceans, experts have said, highlighting that the issue has received little attention.


MRIs are poisoning the environment with toxic metal

The lab test that we all thought was safe for everyone, magnetic resonance imaging (just magnets and radio waves! no radiation! yay!), turns out to be problematic: The process leaches toxic gadolinium into the water supply.


We are eating shrimp in record number. But for how much longer?

Captain Wynn Gale – a fifth-generation Georgia shrimper – is on the side of the road on an April morning, selling shrimp at the same street corner where his dad sold shrimp. “How’s the pandemic treating you?” I ask.


US lets corporations delay paying environmental fines amid pandemic

Ten corporations that agreed to a total of $56m in civil penalties for allegedly breaking environmental laws are not being required to make payments under a pause granted by the US government during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Global Health Mafia Protection

Amid the questions about COVID-19's origin and lab research are questions about the self-appointed global health groups addressing the pandemic.


Neonics Found to Impair Honey Bee Growth and Development, As EPA Re-Opens Opportunity for Public Comment on the Bee-Toxic Pesticides

Research published last week in the journal Scientific Reports uncovers new ways that neonicotinoid (neonic) insecticides hamper the growth and development of honey bee colonies.


COVID Symptoms of Power: Tech Billionaires Harvest Humanity

Bill Gates has built a global empire around his technologies and “philanthropic” endeavors. His sheer wealth has allowed him to become a veritable superpower in his own right, rising to become the unelected global health tsar on COVID-19.


Nextdoor Helps Spread Neighborhood Snitching By Showering Law Enforcement With Gifts

At a time when most Americans are concerned with just surviving the COVID-19 pandemic, Nextdoor views it as an opportunity to influence law enforcement and local politics.


Another Gates Vaccine Bites the Dust—Sick Monkeys Everywhere!

One day after revelations that the Gates/Fauci Moderna vaccine caused severe illnesses in 20% of high-dose recipients, Bill Gates got devastating news about his other “warp-speed” COVAX bet.


The Risks vs. Benefits of Face Masks- Is There an Agenda?

There has been a shifting of positions on the use of face masks with the COVID-19 outbreak. Initially it was not recommended, then we had different signals from the U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams and representatives of the CDC, the NIH and other agencies.


Black coronavirus patients are hospitalized at THREE times the rate of white and Hispanic patients, study finds

Black coronavirus patients in the US are being hospitalized much more often in comparison with other races, a new study suggests.


Texas Farmers, Ranchers Adapt to New Eating Routines Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

"We woke up one day, and all the restaurants were closed. All of them," said Felix Florez, the owner of Black Hill Ranch, a hog farm in the Houston suburb of Cypress. Just like that, the coronavirus pandemic changed his business overnight.


More People Are Taking Drugs for Anxiety and Insomnia, and Doctors Are Worried

Prescriptions for anti-anxiety medications and sleep aids have risen during the pandemic, prompting doctors to warn about the possibility of long-term addiction and abuse of the drugs.


Luxury fashion brands had thousands of exotic leather goods seized by U.S. law enforcement

Famous luxury fashion brands—Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Michael Kors, and dozens of others—had more than 5,600 items made from illegal wildlife products seized by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service at U.S. ports of entry from 2003 through 2013


Probiotics aren’t just for humans! Giving plants ‘good’ bacteria could help them fight bugs and diseases and cut the need for pesticides

Scientists have developed plant ‘probiotics’ that help fight disease without the use of expensive pesticides. UK researchers say beneficial bacteria in soil supports plants’ immune systems in a similar way to positive gut bacteria in humans.


Eating local and plant-based diets: how to feed cities sustainably

How do you feed a city? It is one of the great questions of our time.


Birds, bees and butter: New study shows biodiversity critical for shea crop in Africa

Shea yields are likely to benefit from a diversity of trees and shrubs in parkland habitats in West Africa, according to a new study led by scientists from Trinity College Dublin. The findings have important implications for managing a crop that is typically harvested and sold by women in rural areas, and which helps finance education for children.


Higher fiber saves lives, but food processing may remove benefits

Eating more fibre can improve life expectancy for those with diabetes, Otago researchers say.


Did you know the bogus idea of ‘social distancing’ was invented by a 14-year-old girl during the Bush administration in 2006?

The lockdown measures implemented across the US – and failing to save us from either Covid-19 or economic ruin – have roots in a 2006 schoolgirl’s science project. They became law despite several academics’ resistance.


Michael Moore film Planet of the Humans removed from YouTube

YouTube has taken down the controversial Michael Moore-produced documentary Planet of the Humans in response to a copyright infringement claim by a British environmental photographer.


The Impact of 5G on the Environment and Wildlife

What kind of impact will 5G have on the environment and wildlife? Derrick Broze takes a look at some of the research and warnings recently issued, even from NASA and NOAA.


Does Using Aloe Vera on Skin Inflammation Help or Hurt?

Skin inflammation, which includes swelling and redness, occurs as an immune system reaction. While redness and swelling can develop for a variety of reasons, rashes and burns are perhaps the most common symptoms.


The Mysterious Anomaly Weakening Earth's Magnetic Field Seems to Be Splitting

New satellite data from the European Space Agency (ESA) reveal that the mysterious anomaly weakening Earth's magnetic field continues to evolve, with the most recent observations showing we could soon be dealing with more than one of these strange phenomena.


8 Gardening Tips From Indigenous Food Growers

Many Americans are now experiencing an erratic food supply for the first time. Among COVID-19's disruptions are bare supermarket shelves and items available yesterday but nowhere to be found today.


"Like It Was Designed To Infect Humans": COVID-19 'Cell Culture' Theory Gains Steam

A scientific study which found COVID-19 may have been a "cell-culture" uniquely adapted for transmission to humans (more so than any other animal - including bats), is gaining steam.


Americans Are Rediscovering Self-Reliance To End Their Own Enslavement

In the aftermath of the government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, which has impoverished millions and destroyed the supply chains all around the world, Americans are at least taking some responsibility.​


mRNA vaccines, a primer: How they work, why they’re “cleaner” than traditional vaccines, and why they might prove catastrophic in a rushed coronavirus response

mRNA vaccines — also called “genetic vaccines” — arise from an innovative biotechnology approach that turns the body’s cells into molecular factories to produce proteins that activate a pathogen-specific immune response.


New York City’s coronavirus disinfection program: Subway trains to be blasted with ultraviolet-C rays every night to kill the virus

The transit authority in New York City is going to install germicidal ultraviolet lights in the city’s trains to see if they can help city officials disinfect the subway cars of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).​


EU Proposes 2030 Goal to Reduce Pesticide Use by 50% and Increase Arable Land in Organic Production by At Least 17%

Across the pond, the European Commission (EC) has announced plans to protect biodiversity and build a more sustainable food system, and identified the reduction of pesticide use and the expansion of organic agriculture as pillars of the scheme.


Counties With Meat Plants Have Double Amount of COVID Cases

Meatpacking plants have joined nursing homes and prisons as hot spots of COVID-19 cases, and the infections are affecting the surrounding communities as well.


Your Mouthwash Could Be Your Best Ally in the Fight Against Coronavirus

New research shows many dental mouthwashes destroy the lipid layer of coronaviruses and reduce the replication of the virus in the throat and salivary glands, making mouthwash an important preventive in early COVID-19 illnesses.


Poisons Mean Extinction: For Bees and Humanity

“If the bee disappeared off the face of the earth, man would only have four years left to live.” ― Maurice Maeterlinck, The Life of the Bee. In the last 50 years agrotoxins have spread and are pushing bees to extinction.


Bill Gates Adds Pharma 'Fact' Checkers to Microsoft Products

NewsGuard, which bills itself at "the internet trust tool," is among the latest technology tools claiming to rate information as reliable or fake news, supplying you with a color-coded rating system next to Google and Bing searches, as well as on articles displayed on social media.


COVID-19: A Leaked Virus Jointly Created by US and China?

We are repeatedly told that COVID-19 originated from a wild animal at the Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan, China, and that it is a natural mutation of a bat virus.


Meet Bill Gates

There can be no doubt that Bill Gates has worn many hats on his remarkable journey from his early life as the privileged son of a Seattle-area power couple to his current status as one of the richest and most influential people on the planet.


Bill Gates’ Web of Dark Money and Influence – Part 1: Philanthropic Narrative Shaping

In the first few months of 2020, business tycoon and billionaire Bill Gates saw his popularity soar through the roof. According to YouGov, 58 percent of Americans polled about Gates had a positive opinion of him, he is equally liked by men and women, and both Boomers and Millennials adore him.


We know the air we breathe is toxic. Bengaluru-based start-up Ambee tells us just how much

If you ask me, wearing a mask should have been the norm even before COVID-19 shook our world. Why? Because of air pollution, of course.


The 3D printing revolution

Three-dimensional printing promises new opportunities for more sustainable and local production. But does 3D printing make everything better? This film shows how innovation can change the world of goods. Is the way we make things about to become the next revolution?


Thousands of run-down US dams would kill people if they failed, study finds

More than 15,000 dams in the US would likely kill people if they failed, and at least 2,300 of them are in poor or unsatisfactory condition, according to recent data from the federal government’s National Inventory of Dams.


Toxic fish farm pesticide polluted ten lochs across Scotland

Ten lochs across Scotland have been polluted by a toxic pesticide used by fish farms to control fungus, parasites and disease.


Chinese bioweapon? Study pegs coronavirus as “uniquely adapted human pathogen”

A new paper out of Australia takes a closer look at the possible origins of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), revealing that it more than likely is an unnatural consequence of deliberate manipulation and not some random fluke.


Double whammy: Traditional agriculture’s crop diversity depends on the pollinators it is killing, threatening the food supply

Worldwide agribusiness has expanded at a rapid pace in recent decades, especially in regions that once supported tropical and subtropical forests, and it has become progressively pollinator-dependent.


California doctors say they have seen 'a years worth of suicides' in the last month because of the impact lockdown is having on mental health

Trauma doctors at a northern California medical center say the hospital they work at has experience more deaths from suicide than from the coronavirus.


Birds Are Eating Hundreds of Plastic Bits Daily, New Studies Find

The gruesome images of whales and deer dying after mistaking plastic for food has helped put into perspective just how severe the plastic waste crisis is. Now, a new study finds that it is not just land and sea animals eating our plastic trash.


Gut Microbiome May Play a Role in the Development of Autism in Children

Researchers have observed that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have a higher prevalence of gastrointestinal complaints than do children without autism, leading scientists to study the impact of gastrointestinal permeability on autism symptoms.


Oxford University vaccine trial has only a 50% chance of success because virus is vanishing in UK

A much-anticipated coronavirus vaccine trial only has a 50 per cent chance of success, the professor leading the project has warned. High hopes have been pinned on the vaccine from Oxford University, with a deal for 30million doses by September already in place.


Unprecedented heat wave hits the Arctic, raising temperatures to 86 degrees

An unprecedented heat wave has the Arctic in its grips, resulting in temperatures hitting 86 degrees Fahrenheit this week.


Study: Social Isolation Increases Risk Of Death From All Causes By 50%

Social isolation is a word on the tip of everyone’s tongues these days. Staying away from others during this pandemic is keeping us safe, but a new study finds that prolonged social isolation is also quite dangerous.


Lockdown was a waste of time and could kill more than it saved, claims Nobel laureate scientist at Stanford University

The coronavirus lockdown could have caused more deaths than it saved, a Nobel laureate scientist has claimed.


Potential Roles of NAC and Glutathione in COVID-19 Treatment

N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is a precursor to reduced glutathione, and both of these play important roles in health and fitness. NAC has a long history of use as a first-aid remedy for acetaminophen (known as paracetamol in Europe) poisoning.


Bad Air Kills Children, Leads to Pneumonia, Studies Confirm

Air pollution is known bad news for human health, with a particular link to death in babies and children. Previous studies have focused on the bane of particulate matter in children's health, but two investigations establish a direct association between ambient air pollution and pneumonia and death in children.


BREAKING VIDEO REPORT: $660 Million Spent on 30+ Field Hospitals, Most Had ZERO Patients

Sayer Ji reports on a new NPR investigation which reveals that despite $660 million in federal spending to set up 30+ field hospitals for the anticipated catastrophic case load from COVID-19, most of the emergency field hospitals had ZERO patients.


500 Doctors Write To Trump Warning Lockdown Will Cause More Deaths

More than 500 doctors have added their names to a letter to President Trump urging him to end the lockdown, warning that it will cause more death than the coronavirus itself.


'Many will starve': locusts devour crops and livelihoods in Pakistan

Farmers across Pakistan are suffering the worst plague of locusts in recent history, which has caused billions of dollars in damage and led to fears of long-term food shortages.


Is Your Cellphone a Trojan Horse for the Coronavirus?

Researchers believe their recent review of the literature “exposes the possible role of mobile phones as a ‘Trojan horse’ contributing to the transmission of microbial infections in epidemics and pandemics.”​


Apple iOS 13.5 Upgrade Includes Contact Tracing API

To upgrade or not to upgrade, that is the question. Fears of the worst sort are already cropping up as Apple has not made completely clear what software developers will be able to access and use the new core features that allow for Contact Tracing.


Why Is Protecting COVID-19 Origin Narrative so Important?

Dr. Meryl Nass is a physician in Ellsworth, Maine, who in previous interviews has helped us understand the unforeseen consequences of mass vaccination — consequences that could end up impacting public health in a very negative way. Here, she discusses what she's been working on for decades, and how it relates to this current pandemic.


USA Plan: Militarized Control of Population. The “National Covid-19 Testing Action Plan”

The Rockefeller Foundation has presented the “National Covid-19 Testing Action Plan”, indicating the “pragmatic steps to reopen our workplaces and our communities”.


Judy Mikovits Suggests Retroviruses Play a Role in COVID-19

Judy Mikovits, Ph.D. is a cellular and molecular biologist, researcher and was the founding research director of the Whittemore Peterson Institute that researches and treats chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) in Reno, Nevada.


Video: German Medical Doctor Katrin Korb’s Analysis of Big Pharma’s "Dubious Vaccine”

German Medical Doctor Katrin Korb discusses COVID-19, the lockdown and the vaccine during a protest held in Oldeburg.


Protecting Argentina's Imperiled Penguins From Plastic Waste

Tierra del Fuego is at the southernmost tip of South America and is sometimes known as the "end of the world." This windswept part of Argentina is home to seven penguin colonies which breed, nest and feed in the area.


Blue Light and Sleep: What's the Connection?

Sleep is one of the pillars of optimal health. However, people are sleeping much less than they did in the past. Sleep quality has also declined. Poor sleep is linked to heart disease, type 2 diabetes, depression, and obesity.


Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, May 23, 2020

The engineered pandemic has provided the power structure the premise to implement global societal lockdown. Does our government believe it has the right to compulsory vaccinate populations?


Easton Becomes First Town in CT to Ban 5G

People have been on lockdown for the past 2 months, but one freight train that has not been halted by Covid-19 is the fast and furious installation of 4G/5G small cells across the state, including in residential neighborhoods.


Vaccine Trial Catastrophe: Moderna Vaccine has 20% ‘Serious’ Injury Rate in High Dose Group

Despite Moderna’s cheery press release this week, the clinical trial results for its groundbreaking COVID vaccine could not be much worse.


“Truth” with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Earlier this week, Polly Tommey and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. kicked off the new CHD Channel on Peeps TV with a lively discussion on a wide range of relevant topics in the health freedom movement.


Schoolchildren diagnosed with autism in NI increases 82% over last five years

Cases of autism in school-age children have increased by 82% in the last five years, a report has found. One in 24 children of school age here has been diagnosed, according to figures from the Department of Health.


Ten reasons why immunity passports are a bad idea

Imagine a world where your ability to get a job, housing or a loan depends on passing a blood test. You are confined to your home and locked out of society if you lack certain antibodies. It has happened before.


Severe COVID-19 and related hyperferritinaemia: more than an innocent bystander?

The catastrophic outbreak of acute respiratory distress syndrome induced by SARS-CoV-2 (the coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19) has strongly confirmed the important role of systemic hyperinflammation, independently of the trigger, as a major cause of death.


APPEALS to the President: Mikovits, Adams and Kalcker lay out powerful executive strategies President Trump can use

During a recent interview on IAMTV, with Alan Keyes and Bob Sissen, three health freedom advocates offered a list of executive actions that President Trump could take to end Big Pharma’s death grip on the USA and save countless lives from the pharma “death industry.”


Satellites and spacecraft malfunction as Earth's magnetic field mysteriously weakens

Scientists are finding that the weakening is causing technical problems for satellites, and seems to be growing in its effects.


Chinese state news agency unveils 'the world's first 3D AI anchor' after 'cloning' a human reporter

China's state news agency has revealed its first 3D AI-powered news anchor after replicating the looks and the actions of a human journalist with cutting-edge technologies.


Disappearances, danger and death: what is happening to fishery observers?

Liz Mitchell was on her laptop in her living room in Eugene, Oregon, when she got the news. Thousands of miles away, on a Taiwanese fishing boat, a fishery observer named Eritara Aati Kaierua had been found dead.


Elon Musk replies ‘no problem’ to Russia space agency executive who said the billionaire would need 10,000 nuclear warheads to terraform Mars

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has long believed blasting Mars with nuclear warheads would terraform the planet, but a Russian space official is questioning the billionaire’s ambitious plan.


New Family of Synthetic Refrigerant Gases Poses Potential Dangers to Human Health and the Environment

Hydrofluoroolefins (HFOs) are being promoted as sustainable alternatives to climate-wrecking hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), which are widely used in refrigeration and air-conditioning and are currently being phased down under the Montreal Protocol.


COVER UP: Fauci Approved Chloroquine, Hydroxychloroquine 15 Years Ago to Cure Coronaviruses; “Nobody Needed to Die”

Dr. Anthony Fauci, whose “expert” advice to President Trump has resulted in the complete shutdown of the greatest economic engine in world history, has known since 2005 that chloroquine is an effective inhibitor of coronaviruses. How did he know this? Because of research done by the National Institutes of Health, of which he is the director.


Robots Could Gain Artificial Eye That ‘Sees’ Like Human

The long sought-after invention of an artificial eye could be much closer, and if completed, would completely transform robotics, as well as human implants that could be connected to the optic nerve to feed signals into the brain.


Ezekiel Emanuel: ‘A Technocrat’s Technocrat’ On Health Policy

Technocrats like the Emanuel brothers operate within both political parties, not because they are Democrat or Republican, but because the political machinery allows them to perpetuate themselves and their policies.


Rising Incidence of Glioblastoma Multiforme in a Well-Defined Population

The incidence of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) ranges from 0.59 to 5 per 100,000 persons, and it is on the rise in many countries. The reason for this rise is multifactorial, and possible contributing factors include an aging population, overdiagnosis, ionizing radiation, air pollution and others. The aim of this study is to conduct an epidemiological study of GBM in a well-defined population over a 10-year period and determine its significance, while comparing results with international standards.​


How Facebook and YouTube Are Trying to Control Information About COVID-19

In an effort to quash the sharing of information on lockdown protests and any other news that doesn’t fit with what “official” press releases say, social media giants Facebook and YouTube are censoring and taking down any posts they deem out of order.


CONFIRMED: Coronavirus vaccines will contain aborted human babies

(Natural News) Pro-lifers everywhere had better think long and hard about what they plan to do in the event that state or local governments try to mandate vaccination for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) once a jab is commercially released because chances are those syringes will contain the remnants of aborted babies.


As COVID Cripples Major Beef Processors, N.M. Ranchers Connect Directly With Consumers

The coronavirus pandemic has upended normal food distribution networks, especially for meat. It has also left ranchers struggling, unable to get their cattle to market as the virus sickens workers in processing plants around the country and slows production.


Bumblebees bite plants to make them flower early, surprising scientists

Bumblebees aren’t merely bumbling around our gardens. They’re actively assessing the plants, determining which flowers have the most nectar and pollen, and leaving behind scent marks that tell them which blooms they’ve already visited.


SOLAR LOCKDOWN: Plandemic & Grand Solar Minimum

A “SOLAR LOCKDOWN” has been announced across media outlets, and Forbes even declares we should fear! But why? And what is a Grand Solar Minimum anyway?


'Car wash' for supermarket shopping carts that claims to leave them virus-free in under 30 seconds

A 'car wash' for supermarket trolleys that emits an anti-viral spray could help the UK avoid a second coronavirus spike. The mobile 'Clean Trolley' contraption, which is has already been distributed in mainland Europe, can make 30 trolleys virus-free in less than under 30 seconds.


Quarter Of Americans Have No Interest In Taking COVID Vaccine — New Survey

President Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed,” a public-private partnership to develop a vaccine and ready it for mass production by early 2021, has generated anti-vaccine concerns among some Americans, a new survey finds.


The Slippery Slope to Despotism: Paved with Lockdowns, Raids and Forced Vaccinations

“You have no right not to be vaccinated, you have no right not to wear a mask, you have no right to open up your business… And if you refuse to be vaccinated, the state has the power to literally take you to a doctor's office and plunge a needle into your arm.”—Alan Dershowitz, Harvard law professor.​


As Meat Prices Soar in Plandemic, Try These Healthier High-Protein Foods

Meat and poultry processing plants are hot spots for COVID-19 outbreaks, constricting the supply chains for beef, chicken and pork – and sending their prices soaring.


Monarch Butterflies Will Be Protected Under Historic Deal

The side of the road isn't usually thought of as ideal habitat. But for insects, such as butterflies and their caterpillars, the long expanses of land along roads and utility corridors add up to a considerable amount of home turf.


Ocean Microplastics Are Drastically Underestimated, New Research Suggests

New research suggests there may be far more microplastics in the ocean than initially estimated. Microplastics, which breakdown into miniscule pieces of plastic are notoriously tricky to catch.


Fast-Tracked COVID-19 Vaccine — What Could Go Wrong?

Bill Gates — who illegally invests in the industries he gives charitable donations to and promotes a global public health agenda that benefits the companies he’s invested in — claims life cannot go back to normal until we can vaccinate the global population against COVID-19.


Fasting to Heal Autoimmune Disease

Fasting, a mainstay of virtually every cultural and religious tradition on earth, is an essential tool in the management of autoimmune disease, and should be considered as a therapeutic intervention in autoimmune patients in order to improve both metabolic and immune parameters.


COVID-19 Testing: What are We Doing? What Does it Mean?

In 1965, scientists identified the first human coronavirus; it was associated with the common cold. The Coronavirus family, named for their crown-like appearance, currently includes 36 viruses.


A Timeline—Pandemic and Erosion of Freedoms Have Been Decades in the Making

By the Children’s Health Defense Team - From the moment of “COVID-19’s” naming—and particularly since the imposition of unprecedented restrictions on “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”—some people have smelled a rat.


Brazil Clears Way for Use of Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19

Brazil’s interim health minister is issuing new guidelines recommending the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 cases in Brazil. In an interview, Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro said he would sign on to the new guidelines, noting that he keeps a supply of the drug on hand in case his 93-year-old mother needs it.


Colorado Health Department Admits It Overcounted Coronavirus Deaths by 24%

Colorado’s health department is changing the way it records coronavirus deaths after a news story revealed that 24% of the deaths counted so far were not due to the virus. For example, a man who died of alcohol poisoning, but who was found to be carrying the virus, was counted as a COVID-19 death.


Eating Chocolate Could Slash High Blood Pressure Risk

There's a growing list of research touting chocolate's antioxidant content, favorable action against disease-inducing oxidative stress and overall health benefits. One study highlights chocolate's potential to reduce the risk for high blood pressure, which can be good news amid near-epidemic levels of this condition worldwide.


Bill Gates reportedly offered a $10 million bribe to use Nigerian children in coronavirus vaccine experiments

The left’s most beloved “humanitarian” has been caught in yet another human rights scandal, this time involving innocent Nigerian children who were to be used as human guinea pigs in one of his forced vaccination programs.


Coronavirus vaccines SAFE or DEADLY?

Mark this one down as your must-see video of the week. Broadcast by, and posted to, this video features Dr. Judy Mikovits, Andreas Kalcker and myself, the Health Ranger, all interviewed by Alan Keyes and Bob Sisson.


Food supply in danger? Beekeepers lost 40% of honey bee colonies in a year

The Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) annual Honey Bee Colonies report has detailed a decline in honey bee populations following the recent budget cuts by the Trump Administration.


Scientists developing a new mask that traps and kills coronavirus on contact

Scientists from the University of Kentucky have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a medical face mask that would capture and deactivate the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) on contact.


Statins may help lower cholesterol but can also INCREASE diabetes risk, says study

The available research on statin use and Type 2 diabetes risk provides varied results. But a recent study revealed that the cholesterol-lowering medication significantly heightens the risk of Type 2 diabetes.


More Evidence About Methane Emissions From Fracking

Earlier this month, I reported on a study showing that methane emissions from Permian Basin fracking operations were quite high.


"There are no sustainable materials" says Material Library founder Björn Florman

Most designers who visit the Material Library ask founder Björn Florman the same two questions, he said: are there any new materials, and are there any environmentally friendly materials?


Terrifying Medical Case Reveals What Can Happen if You Overdose on Caffeine

Caffeine is the most widely taken psychoactive stimulant in the world – not to mention the only one that isn't really regulated anywhere, at least in products like coffee, tea, and soft/energy drinks.​


Michigan: threat of toxic contamination looms after dam failures trigger flooding

Catastrophic flooding triggered by dam failures in Michigan could potentially release toxic pollution from a site contaminated by the industrial giant Dow Chemical.


Anti-ageing Protein Shown to Slow Cell Growth is Key in Longevity

Humans are living longer than ever before. But alongside these increases in life expectancy are an increase in the occurrence of age-related diseases such as cancer and dementia.


Video Shows Boston Dynamics' Robot Dog Herding Sheep And Checking Crops

Here's something you might not have expected to see Boston Dynamics' robot dog Spot doing any time soon: herding sheep on a rugged New Zealand mountainside.


Coronavirus Lock Down, Bad Dreams and Bad Sleep

Even under “normal” circumstances, 75% of Americans reported experiencing stress in the past month that resulted in sleepless nights at least once.


Drilling on Public Lands: Native American Voices Frustrated by Virtual Public Hearings Over Zoom

The Trump administration has attempted to plow forward with its plans to open up public lands to drilling for oil and gas exploration. To do so, it has continued to hold public meetings over Zoom.


Coronavirus Lockdowns Keep Bees at Home and Put Crops at Risk

Coronavirus lockdowns that keep farmers from fields and suppliers from markets are restricting another cornerstone of the agriculture industry: bees. Responsible for pollinating about a third of the plants we eat, bees are in short supply and their numbers are declining globally.


'We've never seen this': wildlife thrives in closed US national parks

Earlier this month, for the first time in recent memory, pronghorn antelope ventured into the sun-scorched lowlands of Death Valley national park. Undeterred by temperatures that climbed to over 110F, the animals were observed by park staff browsing on a hillside not far from Furnace Creek visitor center.​


EPA Chief: Environmental and Public Health Rollbacks ‘Make Things Better’

Environmental Protection Agency chief Andrew Wheeler told a Senate oversight committee today that the scores of rollbacks of environmental and public health regulations under the Trump administration have made things better.


The Collapse Will Be Visible: “For Lease” And “Space Available” Signs Are Starting To Go Up All Over America

Initially, we were told that the coronavirus lockdowns would just “temporarily” disrupt the U.S. economy, but now it is becoming clear that a lot of the damage will be permanent.


Test Positive for Coronavirus, End Up in a Police Database

So you are curious whether you have coronavirus? You could take a coronavirus test to find out. Well, not really find out, since the test results are not reliable.


Contact Tracing: When Game Night Turned Into A Nightmare

When an unskilled, $17/hour “contact tracer” shows up on your doorstep, how will you respond? Will he or she be able to wreck your life in a few short minutes. Follow the saga of Henry Kron and his family.​


Sustainable honey for food and forests: A beekeeper's story

Sticky and delicious, honey is loved by many across cultures and continents. This wondrous golden substance has been favored for millennia and is still a staple sweetener, found in many of our kitchens.​


After 17 Years of Quiet, an Army of Cicadas Are About to Emerge in Parts of The US

It's going to be a very noisy summer in some parts of the United States. After 17 years underground, a brood of periodical cicadas are ready to emerge into the world above in several east coast states.​


Study finds microplastics in Florida's birds of prey for first time

A new study from the University of Central Florida has confirmed and quantified, for the first time, the presence of microplastics in terrestrial and aquatic birds of prey in Florida, including hawks, ospreys and owls.


Three Fourths of Sunscreen Products Offer Inferior Protection or Contain Worrisome Ingredients

As states reopen and Americans leave their homes to venture outside, it’s important for them to remember to protect their skin from the sun’s harmful rays. Today the Environmental Working Group released its 14th annual Guide to Sunscreens.


Vaccines Cause Chronic Immune System Dysregulation

While vaccinations supposedly prevent childhood infectious disease, they do a far better job of causing many health issues increasingly prevalent in our society like autoimmune disease, asthma, allergies and cancer.


CDC: Coronavirus ‘Does Not Spread Easily’ From Contaminated Surfaces

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has tweaked its COVID-19 guidance with new information that the virus doesn’t spread easily from objects and surfaces you might touch, including animals.


Will COVID-19 Public Policies Split Up Families?

Despite years of laboratory research, animal studies, human trials and evaluation of evidence, vaccines have unanticipated negative health effects. The Health Resources and Services Administration reports1 “The United States has the safest, most effective vaccine supply in history.”


Black in the Age of Autism: A Tale of Two Boys

A beautiful African American baby came for a 15 month well checkup in 1998. His growth and development were normal. The mother had a smile on her face and joy in her heart. Per the current CDC recommendations, the doctor ordered an MMR vaccine, along with the caveat that the baby may have a fever, rash or irritability about 7-12 days later.


Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is caused by a newly discovered coronavirus (SARS-CoV). No effective prophylactic or post-exposure therapy is currently available. We report, however, that chloroquine has strong antiviral effects on SARS-CoV infection of primate cells.


Early treatment of COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin: A retrospective analysis of 1061 cases in Marseille, France

In France, the combination hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and azithromycin (AZ) is used in the treatment of COVID-19.


Honey bees feel sting of viral disease

There’s nothing new in nature. Viruses have been around for as long as plants and animals, if not longer. Most viruses are benign to humans and other animals and in fact are essential for life.


Photos from inside a tree reveal lives of wild honeybees

Unprecedented images show how the insects cook invaders alive, stay warm or cool, and socialize.


Sustainable palm oil? How environmental protection and poverty reduction can be reconciled

Palm oil is often associated with tropical deforestation above all else. However, this is only one side of the story, as agricultural scientists from the University of Göttingen and the IPB University Bogor (Indonesia) show in a new study.


Walking or cycling to work associated with reduced risk of early death and illness

People who walk, cycle and travel by train to work are at reduced risk of early death or illness compared with those who commute by car.


Scientists find evidence of link between diesel exhaust, risk of Parkinson's

A new UCLA study in zebrafish has identified the process by which air pollution can damage brain cells, potentially contributing to Parkinson's disease.


Unsung heroes? How hoverflies play key pollination role

That bee you see buzzing from flower to flower might actually be an undercover operator: a hoverfly. And a team of scientists wants you to stop taking them for granted.


Type 2 diabetics are TWICE as likely to die from Covid-19

Patients with Type 2 diabetes are twice as likely to die from coronavirus – and being obese increases the risk even further, research reveals today.


Hidden underwater landslides pose new dangers in the Gulf of Mexico

Human error has caused some of the most infamous oil spills in U.S. history, such as those from the Exxon Valdez and Deepwater Horizon.


These 5 foods show how coronavirus has disrupted supply chains

Mass euthanasia of livestock, millions of gallons of dumped milk, piles of fresh vegetables left to rot in the sun: Images of farmers dumping their products stand in stark contrast to those showing mile-long lines for food banks.


People who have had suffered from a COLD in the past could be protected against COVID-19, scientists claim

People who have never been infected with COVID-19 could already have some form of immunity against it, if they've fought off the common cold.


The dangers of chlorpyrifos: What is this brain-damaging pesticide and how can you avoid it?

Research warns that a lot of conventional oat cereals contain alarming amounts of glyphosate, a carcinogenic pesticide. But did you know that chlorpyrifos, another toxic pesticide, could also be hiding in your breakfast?


New Report from Prestigious “British Medical Journal” Suggests Quarantine May Have Already Killed More Seniors Than The Coronavirus

A new report published in the British Medical Journal titled Covid-19: “Staggering number” of extra deaths in community is not explained by covid-19″ has suggested that quarantine measures in the United Kingdom as a result of the new coronavirus may have already killed more UK seniors than the coronavirus has during the months of April and May.


In Major Win for Consumers, Johnson & Johnson Ends Sale of Talc-Based Baby Powders

EWG today welcomed the news that Johnson & Johnson will soon end the sale of talc-based baby powders in the U.S. and Canada, and called on other cosmetic companies to end the use of talc in other loose powders.


World Health Organization (WHO) Warns Against Hazards of Toxic Disinfectants

The World Health Organization (WHO) released an updated advisory that warns, “spraying disinfectants can result in risks to the eyes, respiratory or skin irritation and the resulting health effects.”


Renewed Calls for NJ Limit on Toxic Chemical as EPA Reportedly Rejects National Regulation

New Jersey policymakers are facing renewed pressure to regulate a chemical that is linked to thyroid and fetal development problems, following the federal government’s reported decision not to set a national health standard.


Over a 15-year period, a small percentage of industrial facilities emit the majority of toxic pollution year after year

Call them "super polluters"—the handful of industrial facilities that emit unusually high levels of toxic chemical pollution year after year. There are only a few of them, but together they account for the majority of annual industrial pollution.


Mass Elephant Deaths Baffle Home of World’s Largest Herd

Wildlife authorities in Botswana, the country with the world’s biggest elephant population, are seeking an explanation for the death of 56 of the animals in the northwest of the country.


Scientists Made a Mouse That's 4 Percent Human

Scientists at the University at Buffalo and the Roswell Park Cancer Institute have bred a new form of human-mouse chimera with the highest incidence of human cells ever recorded.


Mandatory Vaccines? The Supreme Court Said Yes! But Wait, There's More…

Recently Jason goodman of Crowd Source The Truth interviewed Alan Dershowitz and Dershowitz made some very bold controversial statements…


Head of the Hydra: The Rise of Robert Kadlec

Last Friday, a group of Democratic Senators “demanded” that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) Robert Kadlec, “accurately disclose all his personal, financial and political ties in light of new reporting that he had failed to do so previously” after it was revealed that he had failed to note all “potential conflicts of interest” on his nomination paperwork.


5G Wireless Radiation: Scientists Warn Harmful Biologic, Health Effects. “We Are Flying Blindly”

New 5G cellular wireless technology is already rolling out in some states. But as a country, there is little to no research on the health effects of the new technology. As one United States’ senator put it, we are “flying blindly” and a group of scientists agreed calling for an immediate moratorium on the installation of 5G until proper research on the health effects are conducted.


PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION – Two Critical Questions

Is Dr. Judy Mikovits an honest researcher? On Friday, November 18, 2011, police raided the home of Dr. Mikovits in Southern California and took her to jail. No arrest warrant has ever been produced. She was held without bail until Tuesday, November 22, 2011.


How Bill Gates Controls Global Messaging and Censorship

Bill Gates is the world’s largest vaccine producer and the single largest donor to the World Health Organization (WHO)—since President Trump halted U.S. support pending an investigation of WHO’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis—and the CDC Foundation.


Latest 'Youth COVID-19' study shows young people worried for their future

Today's young people can be dubbed the "Coronavirus Generation" and the pandemic will have a long-lasting effect on their lives, according to a University of Huddersfield lecturer who has helped analyse the data from a research project that aimed to appraise the impact of the virus on UK youth.


Scientists in China believe new drug can stop pandemic 'without vaccine'

A Chinese laboratory has been developing a drug it believes has the power to bring the coronavirus pandemic to a halt. The outbreak first emerged in China late last year before spreading across the world, prompting an international race to find treatments and vaccines.


Do Fuels Made From Plastic Make Eco Sense?

Yogurt pots, shampoo bottles, coffee-to-go lids, bubble wrap — plastic products are all composed of the same building blocks: long carbon chains. Heating them to high temperatures makes the carbon chains crack into a mixture of shorter molecules, ultimately converting them back into crude oil, the resource from which the majority of plastic products were originally made.


National Potato Giant Uses Obscure Leasing Scheme To Skirt Environmental Oversight in Minnesota

One of the nation’s largest industrial agriculture operations is hiding behind a small family farm to try to avoid environmental oversight of a plan to clear-cut pristine Minnesota forestland for a huge expansion of its potato-growing acreage, EWG charged in formal comments to the state’s Department of Natural Resources.


In The Race For Immunity, Sweden Leads The Pack

In a pandemic, there is no substitute for immunity, because immunity provides the best protection against reinfection. That’s why Sweden set its sights on immunity from the very beginning. They crafted a policy that was designed to protect the old and vulnerable, prevent the public health system from being overwhelmed, and, most important, allow younger, low-risk people to interact freely so they’d contract the virus and develop the antibodies they’d need to fight future infections.


Influenza Vaccination and Respiratory Virus Interference Among Department of Defense Personnel During the 2017–2018 Influenza Season

Receiving influenza vaccination may increase the risk of other respiratory viruses, a phenomenon known as virus interference. Test-negative study designs are often utilized to calculate influenza vaccine effectiveness.


UK Chief Medic Confirms COVID-19 Is Harmless To Majority

Despite the overall panic narrative surrounding COVID-19, there are some public officials who are telling it like it is, in this case, the UK’s Chief Medical Officer. Technocrats and Big Pharma fight to suppress such views, even calling them ‘fake news’.


AAPS: Government Hoards Medication As Additional COVID Patients Die

Governments are hoarding more than 100 million doses of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) while victims of COVID-19 are dying from lack of early treatment, which an increasing number of physicians and scientists believe is crucial for saving lives.


How Big Wireless Lobbied Governments to Build 5G for Citizen Data Collection and Surveillance

While the debate continues around 5G’s potential impact on human health, the environment and wildlife, often overlooked in the discussion about 5G is how the technology will be used for data collection and surveillance. Big Wireless has spent over three decades lobbying state powers to build this technology while selling it to the public as a means for faster downloads.


Hair Color With Less Harm: New In-Home Hair Dyes in Skin Deep®

As many hair salons remain closed months into the national shutdown triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, at-home hair dyes are flying off store shelves. But many of these products may contain potentially harmful ingredients.


Food Safety Advocates Decry USDA Rule Allowing Big Ag to Self-Regulate on GMOs

Food safety advocacy groups objected to the Trump administration's latest assault on the country's agricultural regulatory framework as the Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced Thursday it would leave oversight on GMOs to the companies producing the organisms.


Scientists Spot 'Ultra-Rare’ Blue Bee Feared Extinct

Until this spring, the "ultra-rare" blue calamintha bee (Osmia calaminthae) had only been observed in four locations in central Florida, and it hadn't been seen at all since 2016.


‘I'm not a quitter’: lobstermen turn to kelp farming in the face of climate crisis

The lobster industry’s unprecedented growth may sound like a good thing, but the cause of it is alarming. According to a 2015 Science magazine study, the Gulf of Maine is heating up faster than 99% of the world’s oceans.


Plastic Bottle Made From Plants Degrades in Just One Year

While some are trying to clean up the plastic pollution in the oceans, and others are removing it from beaches, one company is looking to end the need for plastic bottles that last hundreds of years and are rarely recycled.


Dust bowl conditions of 1930s US now more than twice as likely to reoccur

The agricultural conditions known as a “dust bowl”, which helped propel mass migration among drought-stricken farmers in the US during the great depression of the 1930s, are now more than twice as likely to reoccur in the region, because of climate breakdown, new research has found.


Millions of US farm animals to be culled by suffocation, drowning and shooting

More than 10 million hens are estimated to have been culled due to Covid-19 related slaughterhouse shutdowns. The majority will have been smothered by a water-based foam, similar to fire-fighting foam, a method that animal welfare groups are calling “inhumane”.


As Moderna’s Covid-19 Vaccine Takes The Lead, Its Chief Medical Officer’s Recent Promotion of “Gene-Editing Vaccines” Comes to Light

Moderna’s chief medical officer has described the company’s products as “hacking the software of life” and permanently altering a person’s genetic code.


Study Shows Largest Highest Concentration Of Microplastics On Ocean Floor Ever

According to a new study published in the journal Science, researchers recently discovered 1.9 million pieces of microplastic in an area of about 11 square feet.


Is your phone making you fat? Scientists link extended phone screen time to increased likelihood of obesity

Aside from goring on junk food and not exercising, scientists have found another bad habit that can cause obesity and other health problems: excessive smartphone use.


Blueberries are more effective at killing cancer than radiotherapy

Blueberries are one of the richest natural sources of antioxidants. Current research suggests that one of these antioxidants can effectively inhibit cancer cell growth.


WHO inadvertently admits that vaccinations won’t work against coronavirus

In trying to keep the pandemic going for as long as possible, it would seem, the World Health Organization (WHO) is insistent that developing natural immunity to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) may not be possible, and that society’s only hope is a vaccine.


The Social, Psychic and Health Challenges of the Coronavirus Crisis Explored

Sayer Ji appears on the Robert Phoenix show and breaks down the social, psychic and health challenges of the current lockdown and state of the Coronavirus crisis.


The US Is Dramatically Overcounting Coronavirus Deaths

Coronavirus deaths not only are being counted erroneously, but in some cases are double-counted, according to two board members for the Crime Prevention Research Center. On top of that, deaths that have nothing to do with coronavirus are also being included in the count because of financial incentives to do so.


Why a Fort Detrick Bioweapons Lab Scientist Was Murdered

Fort Detrick in Frederick, Maryland, is a U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command (MRDC) installation most well-known for being a center for biomedical research and development.


The Smoking Gun Proving SARS-CoV-2 Is an Engineered Virus

Since the breakout of COVID-19, a number of scientists have spoken out saying the virus does not appear to have evolved naturally, and those suspicions are only getting stronger.


State Lockdowns Are Creating a Mental Health Disaster

Although state lockdowns have served governors well as a heavy-handed show of force, the policies are a patent neglect of the many nuances inherent in human action.


This U.S. State Has Already Established Legal Means for Mandatory Vaccinations

While the U.S. government and global health “authorities” debate how quickly they can roll out Contact Tracing surveillance programs and fast track vaccines, Americans are left wondering and debating over whether the vaccinations programs for COVID-19 might end up being mandatory.


The end of plastic? New plant-based bottles will degrade in a year

Beer and soft drinks could soon be sipped from “all-plant” bottles under new plans to turn sustainably grown crops into plastic in partnership with major beverage makers.


In epic speech, Italian member of Parliament demands arrest of Bill Gates as a “vaccine criminal” for pursuing crimes against humanity

In a bombshell story out of Rome, a member of the Italian Parliament named Sara Cunial has called for Bill Gates to be arrested as a “vaccine criminal” and charged with crimes against humanity.


'Ozone Friendly' Chemicals Are Polluting the Environment

The Montreal Protocol of 1987 committed nations around the world to stop using the chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) that created a hole in the ozone layer. While it stands as one of the most effective environmental commitments the globe has seen, new research shows the side effects have been costly as chemicals dangerous to human health build up in the environment, as the BBC reported.


DOD awards $138 million contract to ApiJect to develop vaccines for coronavirus with RFID chips and GPS tracking

The Department of Defense’s (DOD) Joint Acquisition Task Force in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded ApiJect Systems America a lucrative $138 million contract to produce hundreds of millions of “smart” syringes for administering Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines to the masses.


Evidence suggests sun entering ‘solar minimum’ stage: reports

It's been 100 days since the last recorded sunspot, which one expert says is evidence that we are entering a phase called solar minimum, reports said. There have been whispers on social media about an impending Ice Age (Just What We Need!), but NASA scientists have said we should not be overly worried, according to


PETITION: No to mandatory contact tracing and government surveillance for the coronavirus

As government agencies prepare to "re-open" society, serious concerns have been raised about federal and state plans to track people - using smartphones and other technologies - who have been infected with the coronavirus. In an almost unbelieveable move, Democrats in the House of Representatives have filed a bill called 'H.R. 6666 - COVID-19 Testing, Reaching, And Contacting Everyone,' or the TRACE Act.


What to Do if There’s a Disinfectant Shortage in Your Area

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, we've seen a large surge in demand for disinfectants and other cleaning products over the past few months. In an interview with Healthline, Cliff Welborn, PhD, professor of supply chain management at Middle Tennessee State University, cited statistics from research firm Nielsen indicating that sales of spray disinfectants were up 520 percent over the same time last year.


PETITION: No to mandatory vaccination for the coronavirus

People of goodwill can disagree about the safety, efficacy and religious implications of a new vaccine for the coronavirus.


Antibiotics: Big Ag’s Can of Worms

The emergence of multiple pandemics in the animal agriculture industry over the past few decades, coupled with COVID-19's suspected origins in wildlife meat markets, has prompted renewed calls from experts to transform the global food system to prevent diseases harmful to humans.


Bill Gates admits that 700,000 people will be harmed or killed by his coronavirus vaccines

In his rush to develop one, two, or even seven different vaccines for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), billionaire software tycoon Bill Gates openly admitted that upwards of 700,000 people could become injured or die from these jabs.


Geoengineering, Bill Gates & Covid-19

The global lockdown continues to take its toll, the president has stated the US military will be utilized to vaccinate all Americans. Societies all over the world find themselves facing a new paradigm that they never expected, but should more have seen it coming?


Is sunlight the secret weapon against coronavirus?

Scientists find link between low vitamin D and death rates that suggest UK's warm spring could have suppressed the UK's outbreak


The Magnetic North Pole Is Rapidly Moving Because of Some Blobs

Researchers from U.K. and Denmark say they've uncovered the reason for this mysterious movement: Two writhing lobes of magnetic force are duking it out near Earth's core.


Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: How The Coronavirus Pandemic Is The Biggest Scam Ever Perpetrated On The Human Race

Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny, is the founder of Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center. Her goal is to provide the best of integrative medicine throughout the USA.


When Is the Best Time to Drink Coffee?

Many people enjoy a cup — or three — of coffee upon rising or shortly thereafter. However, it's thought that drinking coffee too soon after rising decreases its energizing effects, as your stress hormone cortisol is at its peak level at this time.


Glutathione saved mom from coronavirus death, says medical student son

A 48-year-old mother of four and Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) victim from New York is breathing easy after her son, a medical student, successfully cured her of the virus with the “master” antioxidant glutathione.


Alert: Tests Find Asbestos in Talc-Based Eye Shadow Kits

The notorious human carcinogen asbestos has been found in two talc-containing eye shadow palettes, according to laboratory tests commissioned by the Environmental Working Group.


California biopharmaceutical company claims coronavirus antibody breakthrough

A California-based biopharmaceutical company claims to have discovered an antibody that could shield the human body from the coronavirus and flush it out of a person’s system within four days, Fox News has exclusively learned.


As ice melts, emperor penguins march toward extinction

Under a business-as-usual scenario, emperor penguins are marching towards extinction, says Stéphanie Jenouvrier, a seabird biologist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts.


Dave Asprey - How Ketones May Be Useful Against COVID-19

In this interview, Dave Asprey, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, founder and CEO of, and author of “The Bulletproof Diet” and “Head Strong: The Bulletproof Plan to Activate Untapped Brain Energy to Work Smarter and Think Faster — in Just Two Weeks,” discusses the role ketones play in COVID-19.


Bill Gates and the Population Control Grid

The unimaginable wealth that Gates has accrued is now being used to purchase something much more useful: control. Control not just of the global health bodies that can coordinate a worldwide vaccination program, or the governments that will mandate such an unprecedented campaign, but control over the global population itself.


Your iPhone May Emit Over Two Times the Legal RF Radiation Limits

Radiofrequency (RF) radiation is recognized as a possible carcinogen by the World Health Organization, yet one study indicates that a popular Apple product is emitting much more of this radiation than the company previously disclosed. Reducing your exposure to this type of radiation (also known to lower sperm count and affect sleep and behavior) is more important than ever.


USA Today Smears Mercola Over Vitamin C and D Information

The fact that there is an information war going on is quite evident at this point. Mainstream media, supported by monopoly tech platforms like Google, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, are going to great lengths to control the narrative of what you see and read about the COVID-19 pandemic.


Feds Targeting Doctors Who Promote Natural COVID-19 Treatment — Even if They’re Only Talking About It

Two Michigan doctors have been ordered to cease discussion about, or use of, natural health treatments for COVID-19 involving vitamins. Dr. David Brownstein had been blogging on various vitamin-based treatment protocols for the virus when the Federal Trade Commission notified him that he can’t blog, post, tweet or even send emails on the topic.


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for COVID-19

I have been saying for months now that hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) would be an excellent treatment adjunct against severe COVID-19 and a superior alternative to ventilators, which have been shown to cause harm in many patients and increase the risk of death.


The “TRACE” Act—Is This the World We Want?

House of Representatives’ Bill H.R. 6666, the “COVID-19 Testing, Reaching, and Contacting Everyone (‘TRACE’) Act” is a startling piece of proposed legislation.


Intel says it aims to run completely on renewable energy and stop sending trash to landfills by 2030

Intel said it will make a push to convert all of its energy sources to renewable by 2030. The company also outlined its ambition to reduce its waste to zero, meaning it will no longer send any materials to a landfill.


More than 120 leading scientists ask Health Secretary to evaluate role of gut microbiome in coronavirus amid 'compelling evidence' healthier diets could protect millions

More than 120 leading British scientists have penned a letter to the Health Secretary urging officials to investigate a link between coronavirus and a bad diet. The experts say there is a growing body of 'compelling' research suggesting people with poor gut health are at higher risk of suffering severe COVID-19.


Drinking sugary drinks daily may be linked to higher risk of CVD in women

Drinking one or more sugary beverages a day was associated with a nearly 20% greater likelihood of women having a cardiovascular disease compared to women who rarely or never drank sugary beverages, according to new research published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association, an open access journal of the American Heart Association.


Hydroxychloroquine rated ‘most effective’ coronavirus treatment, poll of doctors finds

An international poll of thousands of doctors rated the Trump-touted anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine the best treatment for the novel coronavirus. Of the 2,171 physicians surveyed, 37 percent rated hydroxychloroquine the “most effective therapy” for combating the potentially deadly illness, according to the results released Thursday.


Ozone-depleting chemical alternatives getting into our food and water

An international environmental agreement to regulate the use of chemicals depleting the ozone layer may have inadvertently allowed higher levels of other harmful chemicals to flourish, new research co-led by York University and Environment and Climate Change Canada has found.


CFC replacements are a source of persistent organic pollution in the Arctic

Substances used to replace ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) may be just as problematic as their predecessors, a new study shows.


Research traces how farmlands affect bee disease spread

A new Cornell University study on bees, plants and landscapes in upstate New York sheds light on how bee pathogens spread, offering possible clues for what farmers could do to improve bee health.


Purification of wastewater may lead to an imbalance between nitrogen and phosphorus

The amount of nitrogen and phosphorus in surface water has been reduced through purification of wastewater. Nonetheless, toxic algae blooms still flourish frequently. Because the purification plants are better at removing phosphorus than nitrogen, the balance between these two elements is shifting on a global scale.


China has arrested hundreds for speaking out about coronavirus, reports show

Chinese authorities on Sunday arrested a constitutional lawyer for posting an open letter on social media that criticized the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic and its suppression of free speech, according to reports.


President Trump to Mobilize Military to Give Covid-19 Vaccine – This Is The Worst Idea Ever

In a move that will make globalists squeal with delight, President Trump says he would mobilize the military to give out the Covid-19 vaccine to the American public.


You May Not Understand This Now, But You Need To Get Prepared For The Food Shortages That Are Coming

I was going to write about something completely different today, but I felt that I needed to issue this warning instead.


US coronavirus hotspots linked to meat processing plants

Almost half the current Covid-19 hotspots in the US are linked to meat processing plants where poultry, pigs and cattle are slaughtered and packaged, which has led to the virus spiking in many small towns and prompted calls for urgent reforms to an industry beset by health and safety problems.


Glyphosate in Roundup Linked to Parkinson’s Disease

New research out of Japan’s Chiba University suggests that exposure to glyphosate, the active ingredient in the most commonly used pesticide worldwide (Roundup), may be a risk factor in the development of Parkinson’s Disease.


Giant Lizards Are Spreading in Georgia

In the wake of news about "murder hornets" invading the West Coast, the Southeast has its own scourge to contend with: an invasive, South American lizard that can grow up to 4 feet in length. The lizard has been spotted for the third year in a row, according to a Facebook post from the Orianne Society, a reptile conservation group, as The Associated Press reported.


What Are Asian Giant Hornets, and Are They Really Dangerous?

According to recent press reports, two Asian giant hornets – a species not known to occur in North America – were found in northwest Washington state in late 2019, and a hornet colony was found and eliminated in British Columbia.


EPA Won’t Limit Rocket Fuel Chemical in Drinking Water

In defiance of a federal court order, the Trump administration will not adopt any limits on perchlorate, a rocket fuel chemical associated with brain damage in infants and young children.


Study: IV vitamin C an effective therapy against the cytokine storms that are killing COVID-19 patients

There is so much we simply do not understand about the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19. We can test people, try to isolate those who are sick, and attempt to treat the various symptoms of patients as they arise, but to date, there is no pharmaceutical treatment or cure for the disease.


Australian researchers use “green and cost-efficient” microscopic nanosprings to break down microplastic pollution

Plastic waste has unfortunately become ubiquitous in oceans and rivers today, posing a serious environmental hazard to marine creatures, ecosystems and people. In a bid to mitigate the ever-growing pollution of the world’s oceans, researchers from Australia have developed a way to clean water sources of microplastics without harming the microorganisms that live in them.


Why Sweden’s COVID-19 Strategy Is Quietly Becoming the World’s Strategy

Sweden’s unique approach to the COVID-19 pandemic has been drawing a great deal of scrutiny for weeks, including both admiration and criticism. The Swedes, unlike most other nations, have eschewed the hardline approach that has led to mass economic shutdowns and skyrocketing unemployment.


Vitamin D Deficiency in Pregnancy Linked to Higher ADHD Risk in Children

The value of optimal vitamin D levels in the body cannot be emphasized enough, especially among pregnant women. In a Finnish study, the risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was 34% greater in children whose mother suffered from a vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy, compared to those whose mother's vitamin D status was sufficient in the first and second trimesters.


Coffee Linked to Lower Body Fat in Women

Women who drink two or three cups of coffee a day have been found to have lower total body and abdominal fat than those who drink less, according to a new study published in The Journal of Nutrition.


Overweight Before Age 40 Increases Cancer Risk by 70%

Being overweight is an established risk factor for multiple diseases, and is now known to dramatically increase the risk of several cancers.


How To Provide Clean Spaces For Employees While Using Non-Toxic Choices

As we move forward through the COVID-19 pandemic, we have begun to adapt to a new sense of “normalcy” –sanitized environments, an abundance of video conferencing, and a keen ability to measure out six feet with the naked eye quickly.


A Second, Long-Term Health Risk From COVID-19

Decades of fitness research remind us that physical activity is one of the best preventive measures available. It's one of the pillars of good health alongside nutrition, sleep and hydration. Evidence has demonstrated the effect that exercise has on sleep quality, mental health, heart disease and metabolic conditions.


More than a Million Health Care Workers Have Lost Their Jobs Due to COVID-19

When COVID-19 broke loose in the U.S., hospitals and health care personnel across the nation braced for what they assumed would be long hours and work weeks. Instead, hospitals are nearly empty and health care employees are being furloughed or laid-off — to the tune of about 1 million workers losing their jobs so far


Contact Tracing Apps Violate Privacy

The Rockefeller Foundation’s April 21, 2020, white paper, “National COVID-19 Testing Action Plan — Strategic Steps to Reopen Our Workplaces and Our Communities,” lays out a strategic framework that is clearly intended to become part of a permanent surveillance and social control structure that severely limits personal liberty and freedom of choice.


Fifty Years: An M.D.’s Insights on Childhood Epidemics

Michael Godfrey M.D., B.S. Tauranga, New Zealand - I am a semi-retired 82-year-old MD having graduated at London University, England in 1963. After 7 years working in British hospitals, I took up a family medical practice in New Zealand where I met many new patients for the first time. I first began to observe a difference between the elderly and their then middle-aged children. The elderly had far fewer chronic illnesses until arthritis and cardio-vascular problems developed in their later year​


The Truth About Vaccines 2020—Vaccine Roundtable Part 2, Video and Transcript

Thank you to Anne Dachel and Age of Autism for transcribing this for our readers. Anne wrote: “This was one of the most informative and empowering talks I’ve ever listened to in all the years I’ve been working as an autism advocate.


David V. Goliath: An 11 y/o is on a Mission to Educate About 5G Harms and Protect his Mom

David, an 11-year-old from Idaho, first became aware of wireless harms through his mother Robin’s microwave sickness. What started out as headaches and nausea turned to vertigo and migraines until one day David found his mother lying on the floor in the midst of a heart attack.


Tell Congress that H.R. 6666 “COVID-19 Testing, Reaching, and Contacting Everyone (TRACE) Act” is Unconstitutional and Threatens the Liberty of All Americans

There has never been a more urgent reason to contact your representative in Congress than H.R. 6666. This Orwellian bill threatens our freedom as individuals more than any piece of legislation we’ve previously seen.


Inflammatory Syndrome Affecting Children: Kawasaki Disease, COVID-19 . . . or Something Else?

There are many medical uncertainties swirling around the COVID-19 story, but one widely accepted observation has been that children are among the least affected, both in number and symptom severity. At least until recently. In the United Kingdom, elsewhere in Europe and in a handful of locations in the U.S. (including New York, New Haven, Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area), reports are surfacing of a pediatric inflammatory syndrome that many are rushing to blame on COVID-19.


Healthy People Wearing Masks, Should They or Shouldn’t They?

Healthy people wearing masks. These days you see them everywhere. But according to Patricia Neuenschwander, M.S.N., R.N., C.P.N.P.-P.C., an emergency room nurse with over two decades of experience, the science doesn’t support healthy people wearing masks.


What happens to waste PPE during the coronavirus pandemic?

All over the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has seen more and more people admitted to hospital, where the high infection rate of the virus makes use of personal protection equipment (PPE) vital for healthcare workers. PPE includes single-use gloves, aprons and gowns, surgical masks, respirators and face protectors in the form of glasses, goggles or face shields.


Fast food waste rises during coronavirus lockdown

Food waste generated by UK restaurants dishing up takeaways during the lockdown has risen as a result of consumers’ “unpredictable ordering patterns” during the pandemic, research has revealed.


How big tech plans to profit at the expense of from the pandemic

Anuja Sonalker, the CEO of Steer Tech, a Maryland-based company selling self-parking technology, recently summed up the new virus-personalised pitch. “There has been a distinct warming up to humanless, contactless technology,” she said. “Humans are biohazards, machines are not.”


Disposing COVID-19 biowaste not limited to incineration

An environmental scientist, who led medical waste treatment during the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, says that COVID-19 is one of the "easiest pathogens to destroy" and hospitals need not resort to environmentally unfriendly incineration to dispose of biomedical waste piling up from treating those infected with the virus.


'Water wires' may play bigger role in cellular function

Each of our cells is surrounded by a complex membrane that functions as a biological border, letting ions and nutrients such as salt, potassium and sugar in and out. The guards are membrane proteins, which do the hard work of permitting or blocking the traffic of these molecules.


Dogs can detect traces of gasoline down to one billionth of a teaspoon

Trained dogs can detect fire accelerants such as gasoline in quantities as small as one billionth of a teaspoon, according to new research by University of Alberta chemists. The study provides the lowest estimate of the limit of sensitivity of dogs' noses and has implications for arson investigations.


Angry Birds vs. Alleged 5G Cellphone Tower

Angry birds attack 5g cell tower.


Combo of Fasting Plus Vitamin C is Effective for Hard-to-Treat Cancers, Study Shows

Scientists from USC and the IFOM Cancer Institute in Milan have found that a fasting-mimicking diet could be more effective at treating some types of cancer when combined with vitamin C. In studies on mice, researchers found that the combination delayed tumor progression in multiple mouse models of colorectal cancer; in some mice, it caused disease regression.


Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Eating Plenty of Apples, Berries and Tea Linked to Lower Risk – New Research

We’re often told to eat more fruits and vegetables – and for good reason. Many of the nutrients found in fruits and vegetables are responsible for numerous health benefits, in particular preventing a wide range of diseases, including heart disease and diabetes.


Child’s Play ‘Lost’ in COVID-19 Pandemic Fear

Social and community disruptions caused by the COVID-19 restrictions could have a lasting effect on child wellbeing, Flinders University researchers warn. While health, safety and education responses are the focus of restrictions, the needs of childhood independence, self-determination and play are less acknowledged, Flinders University experts explain in a new publication.


Microplastics discovered blowing ashore in sea breezes

Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of mismanaged waste could be blowing ashore on the ocean breeze every year, according to scientists who have discovered microplastics in sea spray.


Fauci Tells Senate: 'Indefinite Lockdown!' Why Do We Keep Listening To Him?

Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared before a US Senate Committee today to warn Senators against opening the country after the coronavirus outbreak. Opening too soon - before a vaccine - will bring needless death and suffering, he said. No mention of the needless death and suffering caused by the lockdown itself - cancer treatments cancelled, surgeries cancelled, Depression-level economic collapse, depression, suicide, abuse. How long must we continue listening to this "expert" who has gotten everything wrong thus far?


Plastic Waste Soars During Coronavirus

The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted how pivotal a role plastic plays in our lives and healthcare systems. Surgical masks, gloves, ventilators and protective equipment all require plastic. Environmental campaigners are worried about what the plastic future looks like after the pandemic.


According To A Shocking New Survey, 52% Of Small Businesses “Expect To Be Out Of Business Within Six Months”

Anyone that was hoping for a “quick recovery” for the U.S. economy can forget about that right now. Yes, many states are attempting to “reopen”, but in most cases it will be a multi-stage process that takes many months to complete.


Gigantic new locust swarms hit East Africa

Lemasulani, 40, lives with his family in Oldonyiro, where he herds goats that survive on shrubs and trees. He’d previously heard of locusts only from stories passed down in the community. That changed earlier this year when the largest invasion of the voracious insects in decades descended on East Africa. With their seemingly bottomless appetites, locusts can cause devastating agricultural losses.​


$138 Million Government Contract Will Fund Production Of 500 Million Pre-Filled COVID-19 Vaccine “Injection Devices”

Just when you thought that things couldn’t get any stranger, two U.S. government agencies have taken things to an entirely new level.


BUSTED: Contact Tracing Data May Be Sent To WHO And Law Enforcement, Used To Quarantine People

Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) policy confirms that “Contact Tracing” data may be sent to the World Health Organization (WHO) and to law enforcement authorities “to place someone under quarantine or isolation.”


Texas farmers and ranchers adapt to how we eat in a pandemic

“We woke up one day, and all the restaurants were closed. All of them,” said Felix Florez, the owner of Black Hill Ranch, a hog farm in Cypress. Just like that, the coronavirus pandemic changed his business overnight.


New Mexico cattle ranchers fear ‘demise’ of industry

Rugged northern New Mexico is not easy on cattle ranchers. Mountainous terrain, harsh winters, cattle thieves and an extended drought make it difficult to squeeze out a profit in an extremely tight market.​


China’s System Comes To America

The Chinese social credit system is coming to corporate America.


Our ability to focus may falter after eating one meal high in saturated fat

Fatty food may feel like a friend during these troubled times, but new research suggests that eating just one meal high in saturated fat can hinder our ability to concentrate - not great news for people whose diets have gone south while they're working at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.


The Cost of Big Pharma’s COVID-19 Vaccine Will be Paid in Lives and in Billions of Dollars

Big Pharma and its minions such as Anthony Fauci and Robert Redfield are determined to use Covid-19 to vaccinate us all at the expense our lives and pocketbooks.


Coronavirus pandemic has led to an increase in acts of animal abuse including abandonment by owners over fears their pets might contract COVID-19 and spread the disease

The coronavirus pandemic has led to an increase in acts of animal abuse, including abandonment by owners over fears pets might contract COVID-19, a study reported.


As meat shortages accelerate, clueless grocery shoppers are buying up genetically modified, chemically-laced artificial processed meat that’s “greenwashed” to sound healthy

Just as planned, shortages of meat in some areas of the country are driving some desperate consumers to purchase meat alternatives such as “Beyond Meat” instead, even though such products are filled with chemicals, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and other poisons.


H.R. 6666 a devil of a COVID-19 government surveillance plot

A House resolution from Illinois Democrat Rep. Bobby Rush that would put Big Government in charge of tracking citizens’ movements as they relate to COVID-19 mitigation efforts — even sending health bureaucrats to “individuals’ residences,” “as necessary,” as the legislation states — has a most apt number: 6666.


Social Distancing Is a Miserably Failed Experiment

Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York says that it’s “shocking” to discover that 66 percent of new hospitalizations appear to have been among people “largely sheltering at home.”


Health Officials Launch Mobile App to Preregister Chicagoans for COVID-19 Vaccine

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) has developed a website and an application known as the “Chi COVID Coach “ app where Chicagoans can now pre-register to receive a COVID-19 vaccine once it is licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the U.S.


Vitamin D Deficiency Is Associated with COVID-19 Severity and Mortality

On April 7th, we proposed that Vitamin D might be important in COVID-19 infections based on the timing of the pandemic and the “at risk” populations. We cited literature showing that Vitamin D sufficiency reduced the risk of acute respiratory infections and the severity of infection by other viruses.​


Injured Kids, Society Costs

The COVID-19 crisis is a godsend for those who want us all to believe that ever-increasing numbers of children with autism are merely the result of neverending better diagnosing by doctors and greater awareness by everyone else. Coronavirus coverage dominates the news currently.


Rockefeller Foundation's Plan to Track Americans

According to statements made by Gates, societal and financial normalcy may never return to those who refuse vaccination, as the digital vaccination certificate Gates is pushing for might ultimately be required to go about your day-to-day life and business. Without this “digital immunity proof,” you may not even be allowed to travel locally or visit certain public buildings.


Moral Courage and Our Common Future—A Foreword to Plague of Corruption

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, Children’s Health Defense - “And yet, it moves!” Galileo whispered those defiant words in 1615 as he left the Roman Inquisition tribunal before which he repudiated his theory that the Earth—the immovable center of the Universe according to contemporary orthodoxy—revolves around the sun. Had he not recanted, his life would be forfeit.



Could the pharmaceutical drugs most commonly used by those in the highest risk group for COVID-19 be contributing to the deaths of our most vulnerable? Zach Bush, MD, board certified internist, endocrinologist and specialist in hospice care gives clear insight into this important question.



In the late 60s, the Hong Kong Flu killed 100,000 Americans as it swept the world in a similar fashion to Coronavirus. Did we lockdown? Did we “social distance” to get through it? You won’t believe what Americans did during this historic pandemic.


Narratives and News of 5G Fires Reportedly Fueled by Covid Health Fears: Name Names or Stop the Insinuations

National and international news outlets have been reporting that celltower fires in Europe and elsewhere have been started by conspiracy theorists linking the new 5G telecommunications network to the covid pandemic.


Pollinator-friendly plants like sunflowers and thyme could help save Britain's dwindling bumblebee population, study suggests

Plants such as sunflowers and thyme could help save Britain's dwindling bumblebee population, a new study suggests. Scientists have found that planting rows of pollinator-friendly plants – known as flowering strips – increases bee reproduction and population numbers.


TIMEBOUND: This May Be Our Gandhi Moment — Comment by May 15 on the Adequacy of the FCC’s Outdated Radiation Exposure Guidelines

“The future depends on what we do in the present.” – Gandhi - Back in late December of 2013, while many Massachusetts residents were focused on the holiday season, the Dept. of Public Utilities published its order 12-76: D.P.U. 12-76-A December 23, 2013, Investigation by the Department of Public Utilities on its own Motion into Modernization of the Electric Grid.


Creating a 'positive' eating environment for children rather than an 'authoritarian' one may reduce their risk of obesity and heart disease in adulthood, study shows

Letting children make their own decisions about food and what they eat can lead to better nutrition and healthier lifelong eating behaviours, a study reports. The American Heart Association recommends reduced parental pressure on children to eat meals, a wider variety of healthy eating options and an overall 'positive eating atmosphere'.


Neighh-ver forget! Horses can recognize photos of their owners even after six months or more apart, according to new study

Horses can form deep and long lasting connections with their human keepers according to new research from France. The experiment, led by Léa Lansade of the French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment, found that horses were able to identify their keepers when presented with a photo of them and a random human about 75 percent of the time.


The Exponential Lie of COVID Fatality Rates - A Mathematician Debunks Narrative with WHO's Own Data

In his jaw-dropping exposé, British mathematician Andrew Mather reveals how the the global COVID-19 lockdown was perpetuated through statistical misrepresentation and outright falsification, demonstrating this through the WHO's own data.


Microalgae food for honey bees

A microscopic algae ("microalgae") could provide a complete and sustainably sourced supplemental diet to boost the robustness of managed honey bees, according to research just published by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in the journal Apidologie .


Bumble bee disease, reproduction shaped by flowering strip plants

Flowering strips—pollinator-friendly rows of plants that increase foraging habitat for bees—can help offset pollinator decline but may also bring risks of higher pathogen infection rates for pollinators foraging in those strips.


Children face risk for severe complications and death from COVID-19

Children, teens and young adults are at greater risk for severe complications from COVID-19 than previously thought and those with underlying health conditions are at even greater risk, according to a study coauthored by a Rutgers researcher.


Change of direction in immune defense: Frankincense reprograms inflammatory enzyme

A research team from the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena (Germany) and Louisiana State University has clarified the molecular mechanism behind the anti-inflammatory effect of a natural product from frankincense resin. The enzyme 5-lipoxygenase plays a key role, reprogramming the normally pro-inflammatory enzyme into an anti-inflammatory protein.


Most Farmers in the Great Plains Don’t Grow Fruits and Vegetables. The Pandemic is Changing That

On a recent Thursday, a group of farmers from Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska hosted a remote agriculture happy hour. There were a few dozen attendees, and nearly everyone was wearing a cowboy hat.


Rancher's Rebellion: How COVID-19 sparked a direct-market beef business

Standing next to her pickup truck and horse trailer in the vacant parking lot in a former retail location in south Fargo, Lacey Block is on the edge of a marketing revolution.


Wallabies, Cowboys, Street artists land in Australia’s outback

Life isn’t easy in rural Australia, where your nearest neighbor might be hundreds of miles away, and it could be years between each rainfall. But farmers in southeastern Australia have had it particularly rough over the past couple of years, with crippling droughts forcing many to sell off their livestock to survive or even walk away from their agricultural businesses for good.


Polymer composite could serve as lighter, non-toxic radiation shielding

A new study from researchers at North Carolina State University suggests that a material consisting of a polymer compound embedded with bismuth trioxide particles holds tremendous potential for replacing conventional radiation shielding materials, such as lead.


Yes, the coronavirus could have been completely synthesized in a lab without leaving a trace

Could the new coronavirus have been created in a lab? Writing in Medium, Youthereum Genetics CEO Yuri Deigin said that he believes it’s quite plausible.


Cuomo confirms survey, says majority of new COVID-19 cases come from people staying home

As it turns out, the majority of New York state’s new COVID-19 hospitalizations are from people who were staying home, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday. The preliminary data, he added, was from a survey that focused on 113 New York hospitals and involved 1,200 patients.


Many Texas ranchers won’t survive multibillion-dollar financial hit from coronavirus

The spring pastures perfect for grazing cattle on Marisue Potts’ ranch have begun to dry. That means it’s time to sell. Potts owns a ranch near Matador, Texas, where she keeps a herd of about 35 cattle.


Forget "murder hornets," experts say — this is the real "murder insect"

Insect experts say people should calm down about the big bug with the nickname "murder hornet" — unless you are a beekeeper or a honeybee.


This Coronavirus-Killing Drone Might Actually Bring Fans Back to Sporting Events Sooner

Bottom line: the likelihood of sports being played in any capacity is something leagues have to figure out before anything else. Getting fans back in attendance is the next, and arguably tougher, step.


‘It’s like nothing else’: insect swarms on Cyprus reveal incredible journeys

For eight hours a day, from March until May, research biologist Will Hawkes surveys huge swarms of insects landing on the Karpaz Peninsula on the north-east corner of Cyprus.


More than decomposers: fungi influence the recovery of pollutants in the environment

Fungi are everywhere. They live in our backyard topsoil, on trees in the forest, and sometimes on an old piece of bread in the fridge. We bake with fungi (yeast) and use certain species to ferment our beverages. Fungi are extremely important in the environment, as they break down and recycle tough carbon compounds like tree bark and leaf litter for energy.


Elevated levels of toxic chemicals found in bloodstream could cause coeliac disease

Children and young people with high levels of toxic chemicals in their bloodstream are far more likely to be diagnosed with coeliac disease, a study suggests.


Factory Farming Ban Proposed by Senators Booker, Warren

Last week, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) joined Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) to co-sponsor a bill to put an end to factory farming, as The Hill reported. The Farm System Reform Act was first proposed by Booker in December.


Human Pollution Reaches Underground Cave Ecosystems, New Study Shows

New research published in PLoS ONE May 6 examined how water runoff from the surface impacted the communities of microbes in the Monte Conca cave system in Sicily. The answer? Quite a lot.


Are Meat Inspectors Super Spreaders of Disease?

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is tasked with conducting inspections on U.S. meat supplies. This requires inspectors to travel to slaughterhouses, processing plants and other facilities across the U.S., many of which have been hotspots of COVID-19 outbreaks.​


New Wuhan COVID-19 Cases Prompt Another Lockdown

Wuhan, China, has reported several new COVID-19 cases — the first in over a month — with many showing no clinical symptoms of having the disease.


Junk Food Companies Responsible for COVID-19 Susceptibility

Underlying health conditions like obesity, heart disease and diabetes have emerged as key factors in fatalities due to novel coronavirus, COVID-19. In one study, more than 99% of COVID-19 fatalities — three out of 2003 — occurred among people who had underlying medical conditions.


Bioweapon Labs Must Be Shut Down and Scientists Prosecuted

The idea that SARS-CoV-2 originated in a bioweapons laboratory is gaining traction. May 3, 2020, The New York Times reported1 that during an ABC "This Week" interview Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had stated "the coronavirus originated in a lab in Wuhan." Pompeo also accused China of covering up the leak.


Oppose HR 6666 the TRES Act Please Act Immediately

HR 6666 The TRES Act was just proposed in Congress. This Act will allow government officials to enter ANYONE'S HOME and force Test them for COVID-19/ and or antibodies. Then the government officials would have the right to remove children from the home/ remove anyone testing positive from the home, etc.​


Tanzania’s President Tests Pawpaw Fruit For COVID-19 & It Tested Positive: “Something Is Happening”

Coronavirus test kits that’ve been sent to Tanzania, Africa, have come under fire from their president, John Magufuli. Magufuli is claiming that coronavirus testing kits are faulty, given the fact that they have returned positive results on samples taken from a pawpaw fruit as well as a goat.


Blaylock: Face Masks Pose Serious Risks To The Healthy

Dr. Russell Blaylock warns that not only do face masks fail to protect the healthy from getting sick, but they also create serious health risks to the wearer. The bottom line is that if you are not sick, you should not wear a face mask.



Triple board-certified M.D., Dr. Zach, joins Del in an evolutionary discussion on why Coronavirus is here, what it’s trying to tell us, and how we emerge from the darkness.


The COVID-19 Crisis Has Already Left Too Many Children Hungry in America

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, food insecurity has increased in the United States. This is particularly true for households with young children.


Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, May 9, 2020

Are climate engineering operations being used to carry out other agendas? How will the unfolding paradigm all across the world play out? Who is pulling the strings?


Benjamin Netanyahu suggests microchipping kids, slammed by experts

While speaking at a press conference on Monday, Netanyahu suggested the Health Ministry use new technology to help Israel adjust to its new routine as the state is lifting the coronavirus lockdown.


More people dying at home during Covid-19 pandemic

About 8,000 more people have died in their own homes since the start of the coronavirus pandemic than in normal times, a Guardian analysis has found, as concerns grow over the number avoiding going to hospital.


Can UV Light Treat the Blood of COVID-19 Patients?

Is it possible that ultraviolet light (UV) might be an internal treatment for SARS-CoV-2? We know that it kills pathogens, especially on surfaces.


Kids without computers are being left behind with schools closed by the coronavirus

Since 2014, the Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research, located at the University of Southern California, has been tracking trends in health economic well-being, attitudes and behaviors through a nationwide survey for its Understanding America Study, asking the same individuals questions over time.


Newly discovered mechanism can explain increased risk of dementia

Millions of people around the world use acid suppressants called proton pump inhibitors for conditions like heartburn, gastritis and stomach ulcers.


Individualized mosaics of microbial strains transfer from the maternal to the infant gut

Microbial communities in the intestine—also known as the gut microbiome—are vital for human digestion, metabolism and resistance to colonization by pathogens. The gut microbiome composition in infants and toddlers changes extensively in the first three years of life.


Boston Dynamics' Spot the robotic 'dog' deployed in Singapore parks to tell people to keep a safe distance

Boston Dynamics' robotic dog, Spot, is roving Singapore parks in an effort to remind pedestrians to remain a safe distance from one another.


California Moves To Protect Kids From Pesticide Drift As Homes Become Classrooms

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has directed all counties to tighten restrictions on pesticide spraying near homes, to protect children from toxic chemicals drifting from crop fields while they are homebound during the coronavirus pandemic.


Children Growing Their Own Food: Why Children Need To Learn This Important Skill

Are you wondering "why should children learn to grow their own food?" Depending on their age, they are probably busy with school, after-school activities and sports. Or for that matter why should you as a parent make an effort yourself to grow healthy and fresh food at home as a role model for your children?


Tell EPA and Congress that ALL Ingredients in Pesticides Must Be Disclosed

Protecting ourselves from Covid-19 requires not only that we avoid contact with the virus, but also that we avoid exposing ourselves to chemicals that may disrupt our immune or respiratory systems.


More evidence vitamin D can help against coronavirus: Study finds patients with a severe deficiency are TWICE as likely to die from COVID-19

More evidence has emerged which suggests COVID-19 patients with high vitamin D levels are more likely to survive the disease. A study from the US found patients with a severe deficiency are twice as likely to experience major complications and die.


Does the Vegan Diet Extend Your Lifespan?

The Western diet and lifestyle are often viewed as two of the main contributors to rapid aging and disease. Thus, many people wonder whether alternative diets, such as the vegan diet, help people live longer, healthier lives. In fact, you may have heard claims that vegans have a longer lifespan than omnivores.


The Total Technocratic Transhumanist TAKEOVER of Food

To understand the meat shortages and push for fake meat, we must appreciate the technocrats’ agenda for a totalitarian, transhumanist future — and use of FOOD as a weapon to achieve it.


People Are Killing Vulnerable Bee Species Over “Murder Hornet” Fears

So far, Murder Hornets have only been seen in Washington, but people all over the country are concerned. For the very small and specific area in the Pacific Northwest where these hornets have been seen, experts have advised local residents to set up traps and destroy any nests before they can grow.


Lead in the water? It might be due to manganese

Lead in the water is one of the most common reasons of heavy metal poisoning in children. This toxic substance ends up in drinking water when plumbing materials, such as old pipes, faucets and fixtures that contain lead corrode. Corrosion, or the wearing away of metal, can be caused by many factors, such as high water acidity, water temperature and the types and amounts of minerals present in the water.


SHOCKER: One in every 4 Americans uses nicotine daily, making themselves more susceptible to catching the novel coronavirus and dying from COVID-19

Most people who smoke, vape, dip or chew have no clue that long term use of nicotine impairs their body’s ability to produce dopamine properly, leaving them to rely solely on the world’s third most addictive drug to artificially stimulate that feel good hormone.


75,000 American Deaths Predicted From Overdose and Suicide During COVID-19 Pandemic

The growing unemployment crisis, the stress of self-isolation and the fear of contracting the novel coronavirus are likely to lead to as many as 75,000 deaths due to drug or alcohol misuse and suicide, according to an analysis conducted by the national public health group Well Being Trust and reported on by CNN.


COVID19: The Big Pharma players behind UK Government lockdown

The UK Government chief medical adviser and Chief Medical Officer for England, Chris Whitty, is saying that a return to “normal” in the short-term is “wholly unrealistic”.


Who controls the British Government response to Covid–19?

As Britain hurtles headlong towards neo-feudalist governance with heightened surveillance, micro-management of society and an uptick in fascistic policing of the draconian measures imposed to combat the “threat” of Covid–19, it is perhaps time to analyse the real forces behind this “new normal”.


Astaxanthin Helps Alleviate Cytokine Storm

The paper “COVID-19: Potential of Microalgae Derived Natural Astaxanthin as Adjunctive Supplement in Alleviating Cytokine Storm,” published April 21, 2020, on the research library website SSRN, addresses the use of astaxanthin, a potent antioxidant supplement derived from microalgae.


The Potential Benefits of Flavonoids in Treating Neurodegenerative Diseases

Plant-derived flavonoids, compounds that have multiple biological actions affecting various age-associated changes in the brain, have been hailed for their potential to assist in treating neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.


Bony Protrusions in Young Adults: Are Cellphones to Blame?

While cellphone use has raised concerns about health implications before, research suggests that cellphones may be causing prominent bony projections to grow in the back of young adult heads. Cellphones and their prominent usage, especially among younger adults and teens, has been a topic of concern among some in the medical community for years.


The Well-Known Hazards of Coronavirus Vaccines

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., son of Sen. and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, both of whom were tragically murdered, has continued in the footsteps of these famously courageous men by standing up for the truth. He co-founded Waterkeeper Alliance — the world’s largest clean water advocacy group — and provides legal counsel for the Natural Resources Defense Council, which help protect organic producers.


Could Forcible Removal From Your Home Be the Next Step in COVID-19 Testing?

Across the country, states are ramping up “armies” of contact tracers who will be charged with tracking down and quarantining everyone testing positive for COVID-19. In California, Dr. Robert Levin, Ventura County Public Health director, said in a press conference that, in some cases, this may include removing people from their homes.


Bill Gates Plans to Vaccinate the World, No Matter What the Cost

If you think Bill Gates’ grandiose plans to force vaccinate 7 billion people with COVID-19 are delusional, think again. The Microsoft billionaire — who has no public health education, who is not a public health expert, and who is not a doctor or an epidemiologist or an infectious disease expert (he didn’t even finish college) — has recommendations that go beyond mandating a few billion vaccines.


Cattle Rancher Warns About the Meat You’re Buying

American Cattle Rancher Shad Sullivan has a virtual sit down with Patrick Bet-David to talk about the future of cattle and meat industry. Shad Sullivan is the R-CALF USA Private Property Rights Committee Chair. Sullivan is a fifth genereation native to southeast, Colorado.


"Contact Tracer" And "Disease Investigator" Jobs Spring Up Across The Country

For those who may have lost their jobs during the lockdown, it appears a whole new sector of jobs is opening up across the country. Cities and states are seeking “contact tracers” and “disease investigators” to track down anyone who may have COVID-19 or anyone who may have come in contact with people diagnosed with COVID-19.


A COVID State Of Mind - America's Mental Health Suffers As Anti-Anxiety Drug Prescriptions Soar

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in forced lockdowns across the country and an economic depression with high unemployment. Tens of millions of jobs have been lost in the last six or so weeks, as "the greatest economy ever" implodes. A new report suggests many Americans cannot handle the unprecedented public health crisis and financial stress, as they quickly seek medication to numb the pain.


Flu Misinformation and Coronavirus Fears: My Letter to Dr. Sanjay Gupta

Dear Sanjay, Last week, your CNN producer, Matthew Reynard, notified me that CNN is featuring me in a documentary about “vaccine misinformation”. As usual, Mr. Reynard did not point out a single factual assertion by me that was incorrect (I carefully source all of my statements about vaccines to government databases or peer-reviewed publications).


On the Possible Origins of Coronavirus, Part 1

Understanding the origins of coronavirus is vitally important to developing effective treatments and mitigation strategies as well as figuring out how to prevent future pandemics. Many Americans look to the National Institutes of Health and other federal public health agencies for leadership on investigating matters of urgent public health concern.


The Brave New World of Bill Gates and Big Telecom

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. wrote last week about Malibu police’s ticketing Point Dume surfers $1,000 apiece for using the ocean during the quarantine. Was this merely an appalling police judgment at which we will laugh post-quarantine?


RFK Jr. - "We Are in The Last Battle..."

ROBERT F. KENNEDY JR. ON THE REALITY OF OUR TIME: "Every part of our lives will be subject to control. This virus is about training us for submission, training us to do what we're told. To not go to the beach unless we're told, to not kiss our girlfriend without their permission. They're turning us into production units and consuming entities. They are going to rob us not only of our democracy and our liberties, but our souls.


House Resolution 6666 Indroducing the TRACE Act COVID-19 Testing

This is the most important thing that has come down in the last 24 hours. House Resolution 6666 introduced into congress by Congressman Bobby Rush (Democrat from IL) introducing the TRACE Act COVID-19 Testing, Reaching, And Contacting Everyone TRACE Act.


California Doctors Are Starting To Speak Up!

California doctors are starting to speak up against the tyranny of Governor Newsome and his draconian lockdowns that is not based in science but an excuse for massive abuse of power and authoritarianism.


Prescribed burns may introduce new atmospheric toxins

In many of the world's forested regions, wildfires are an unavoidable fact of life. From the forests of Portugal, to the woods of California, to the recent devastation of the Australian bushfires, widespread fires are often a regular, annual concern. Worsening climate conditions only continue to make these fires more prevalent, and more deadly.


Studying mercury contamination in Virginia's South River

Mercury contamination has been a problem in Virginia's South River since 1979, when mercury was discovered in the river. Mercury was used in industrial processes at the former DuPont Plant in Waynesboro, Virginia from 1929 to 1950 and in the early 1980s, the Virginia Department of Health issued advisories for fish consumption along the South River.


The Pentagon Has Expressed Opposition to the Deployment of a New 5G Cellular Network

The Trump administration is divided over the deployment of a new 5G cellular network, with the Pentagon, NASA and others at odds with other government agencies.


Court Requires EPA to Respond to Petition to Ban Toxic Pesticide in Pet Products

On April 22, 2020, the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals granted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 90 days to respond to Natural Resources Defense Council’s (NRDC) petition requesting cancellation of tetrachlorvinphos (TCVP), a toxic organophosphate pesticide in pet products.


Hygiene reduces the need for antibiotics by up to 30%

According to a new Position Paper published in the American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC) online, improved everyday hygiene practices, such as hand-washing, reduces the risk of common infections by up to 50%, reducing the need for antibiotics, by up to 30%.


Coronavirus May Reproduce in Eyes for Weeks

Researchers know most human-to-human transmission has been through respiratory droplets. However, other routes are still under investigation, including exposure to feces and blood. While some patients with COVID-19 present with conjunctivitis, data on viral replication in eye samples has been sparse.


Vitamin D Level Is Directly Correlated to COVID-19 Outcome

There is strong scientific evidence vitamin D plays a central role in your immune response and your ability to fight infections. In this video, Ivor Cummins, biochemist and chief program officer for Irish Heart Disease Awareness, explains how recent studies supporting higher levels of vitamin D may reduce your risk of negative outcomes from COVID-19.


Proposed Legislation To Allow Massachusetts to Blanket State with Mosquito Pesticides that Attack the Immune and Respiratory Systems, During a Pandemic that Attacks the Same Systems

At the height of Covid-19 impacts in the Northeast U.S., Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (R) and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito (R) filed emergency legislation at the Boston State House that would, according to their April 16 press release, “help the Commonwealth more effectively combat diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, including arboviruses like Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile Virus (WNV), by authorizing a coordinated, proactive, statewide approach to mosquito control activities.”​


How do police view legalized cannabis? In Washington state, officers raise concerns

Washington State legalized cannabis sales to adults in 2012, the first U.S. state to do so. Yet little is known about how police, who are on the front lines of implementing the law, experience legalization.


Scientists rewire photosynthesis to fuel our future

Hydrogen is an essential commodity with over 60 million tons produced globally every year. However over 95 percent of it is made by steam reformation of fossil fuels, a process that is energy intensive and produces carbon dioxide. If we could replace even a part of that with algal biohydrogen that is made via light and water, it would have a substantial impact.


Scientists Find Honeybees Can Trigger 'Virgin Births' With Just a Single Gene

Hollywood has never produced a movie about South Africa's Cape honeybees, and frankly it's a travesty. The pitch writes itself: Aspiring to become a queen, a lowly Apis mellifera capensis worker leaves home to invade a rival nest and successfully fills it with her clones.


Mystery Inflammatory Syndrome In Kids And Teens Likely Linked To COVID-19

Sixty-four children and teens in New York State are suspected of having a mysterious inflammatory syndrome that is believed to be linked to COVID-19, the New York Department of Health said in an alert issued Wednesday.


When Governments Switched Their Story from “Flatten the Curve” to “Lockdown until Vaccine”

In the early days of the COVID-19 panic—back in mid-March—articles began to appear pushing the idea of “flattening the curve” (the Washington Post ran an article called “Flatten the Curve” on March 14). This idea was premised on spreading out the total number of COVID-19 infections over time, so as to not overburden the healthcare infrastructure.


Tanzania’s president is blaming the sharp rise of coronavirus cases on faulty testing kits

In just a month, Tanzania went from having only 20 coronavirus cases recorded to 480 cases, an alarming increase which puts the country with the highest number of cases in East Africa.


As the US meat supply chain crumbles under pandemic pressure, Impossible and plant-based protein companies are rushing to fill the void

Impossible Foods is making its plant-based "beef" grounds available at over 1700 Kroger stores across the US, the company announced on Tuesday. And the timing couldn't be any more ideal for Impossible.​


Meat shortages across the U.S. are likely to get worse

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the food system, you can now add meat to the list of foods that are becoming increasingly difficult to obtain. On Monday, Costco announced that customers will be limited to purchasing three packages of meat, and Kroger’s website announced limited meat inventory because of high demand.


Drinking a cup of coffee daily can help reduce liver cancer risk

People who drink coffee every day are less likely to develop liver cancer, according to a recent review. Published in Gastroenterology & Hepatology, it revealed that people who drink at least one cup of coffee a day have a 20 percent reduced risk of liver cancer than those who do not drink coffee at all.


A Late Polar Vortex Could Bring Record Cold Temperatures to Northeastern U.S.

It will be warmer in Fairbanks, Alaska, than it will be in New York City, Philadelphia, Cleveland and even Atlanta this weekend, AccuWeather predicted Wednesday. The reason?


Researchers Aim to Reduce the Energy Footprint of Indoor Farms

Indoor farms can grow vegetables close to cities, where there are lots of people to feed. Farming indoors can also extend the growing season in cold climates and protect crops from damage during extreme weather.



Doctors, nurses, scientists, police, and a celeb democrat, speak out; Dr. Zach Bush reveals why #Covid-19 is here, and how we come out of this a better people.


Sheltering Near Fracking

On a spring weekend morning a few weeks ago, Judy Kelly stepped outside of her house in Broomfield, Colorado, to grab the newspaper when her nose perked up. It smelled like something was burning.


Sea levels could rise more than a metre by 2100, experts say

Sea-level rise is faster than previously believed and could exceed 1 metre by the end of the century unless global emissions are reduced, according to a survey of more than 100 specialists. Based on new knowledge of climate sensitivity and polar ice melt, the experts say coastal cities should prepare for an impact that will hit sooner than predicted by the United Nations and could reach as high as 5 metres by 2300.


Navajo Nation reels under weight of coronavirus – and history of neglect

Every day the president of the Navajo Nation provides a coronavirus update, and every day there’s more bad news. The Native American tribe now has the highest per-capita Covid-19 infection rate after only New York and New Jersey, and the spread is not slowing.


What are Oligosaccharides and Why Should You Add Them to Your Diet?

Oligosaccharides (Greek oligo = few; sacchar = sugar) are a type of carbohydrate formed when multiple (typically two to 12) sugars are linked together. They fall between carbohydrates that are monosaccharides (simple sugar) and polysaccharides (starches that typically have 12 or more linked sugars).


COVID-19: The Spearpoint for Rolling Out a “New Era” of High-Risk, Genetically Engineered Vaccines

For weeks, talking heads have been promoting the liability-free vaccine(s) that will save the world—so Bill Gates and Tony Fauci proclaim—from what Gates has now dubbed “Pandemic I.” As Microsoft News peddles self-congratulatory stories about the Gates Foundation’s reorientation of its priorities to devote “‘total attention’ to the pandemic,” Fauci—making the rounds of talk shows—pledges that a vaccine will make its debut in January 2021.


Why Did The Media Not Talk About This?

This video covers what the Surgeon General said which was of utmost importance, and how the mainstream media ignored this important information. The question is, why?


Why unreliable tests are flooding the coronavirus conversation

Experts say that COVID-19 testing has now entered a “Wild West” phase. Inaccurate, unauthorized tests for the coronavirus are flooding the market due emergency deregulation of oversight.


Soil pores hold the key to stability for desert soils

Soils in deserts are very different from those found anywhere else. Extreme temperatures, little water and limited plant matter make an unusual environment. With little dead plant material to decompose and create a rich layer of organic matter, desert soils are unique.


Antioxidant reverses damage to fertility caused by exposure to bisphenol A

Exposure to bisphenol A (BPA), an industrial chemical used to make certain plastics and resins, inner coatings for food cans and bottle tops, thermal paper used in store receipts, dental sealants and other products is a concern because of possible adverse health effects, including a reduction in fertility.


Sewage poses potential COVID-19 transmission risk, experts warn

Environmental biologists at the University of Stirling have warned that the potential spread of COVID-19 via sewage "must not be neglected" in the battle to protect human health.


'Promiscuous treatment of nature' will lead to more pandemics – scientists

Humanity’s “promiscuous treatment of nature” needs to change or there will be more deadly pandemics such as Covid-19, warn scientists who have analysed the link between viruses, wildlife and habitat destruction.​


Critics alarmed by US nuclear agency's bid to relax rules on radioactive waste

The federal agency providing oversight of the commercial nuclear sector is attempting to push through a rule change critics say could allow dangerous amounts of radioactive material to be disposed of in places like municipal landfills, with potentially serious consequences to human health and the environment.


More children hospitalized in New York City with rare condition that may be linked to COVID-19

Officials said on Wednesday that the number of children who have been hospitalized in New York City with symptoms consistent with a rare disease possibly linked to the coronavirus has nearly quadrupled to 64. Health officials said the illness has features of Kawasaki disease, a serious illness previously noted in children with COVID-19 in the United Kingdom.


Clay layers and distant pumping trigger arsenic contamination in Bangladesh groundwater

Well water contaminated by arsenic in Bangladesh is considered one of the most devastating public health crises in the world. Almost a quarter of the country's population, an estimated 39 million people, drink water naturally contaminated by this deadly element, which can silently attack a person's organs over years or decades, leading to cancers, cardiovascular disease, developmental and cognitive problems in children, and death.


Vaccine industry has no qualms about using human beings as guinea pigs in live virus medical experiments

In order to expedite the release of a new vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), deep state scientists are pushing to begin so-called “challenge” trials on healthy participants to test the efficacy of the most promising jab candidates.


The Inevitable Coronavirus Censorship Crisis is Here

Earlier this week, Atlantic magazine – fast becoming the favored media outlet for self-styled intellectual elites of the Aspen Institute type – ran an in-depth article of the problems free speech poses to American society in the coronavirus era.


National Institutes of Health Study Links Dicamba, Increased Cancer Risks

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have found that use of the pesticide dicamba can increase the risk of developing numerous cancers, including liver and intrahepatic bile duct cancers, acute and chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and mantle cell lymphoma.


Meat Shortages Are HERE and It’s Just the Start of the Food Crisis

Wendy’s has stopped serving burgers. Kroger and Costco are limiting meat purchases. How long will this last? Will other food be affected?


COVID-19, LOKIN-20 and the Death of Statistical Sense

Today we're joined by Iain Davis of for an update on how Britain is reacting to the coronavirus madness that is sweeping the globe.


Air pollution can also happen INDOORS – here’s how to spot the worst offenders

The term “air pollution” is typically associated with factory fumes, smoke-belching vehicles and roaring bush fires. But the air inside your home is also at risk of pollution in the hands of certain household items that may seem harmless at first glance.


Natural Remedies for Taking Care of Your Skin

Many are afflicted with skin conditions throughout their lives. Nature provides an astounding number of plants and substances that can help heal your skin and restore a healthy balance.


Your Genes May Determine Whether COVID-19 Puts You In Hospital Or Not

When some people become infected with the coronavirus, they only develop mild or undetectable cases of COVID-19. Others suffer severe symptoms, fighting to breathe on a ventilator for weeks, if they survive at all. Despite a concerted global scientific effort, doctors still lack a clear picture of why this is.


'We Have To Adjust To New Reality' - Pandemic Leads To Surge In Americans Drinking At Home

Alcohol sales for home consumption jumped $2 billion more since the start of March than last year, while a top beer producer said the increase in sales at home would not offset lost ones seen at restaurants and bars. A little more than half a month into lockdowns, around the first week of April, we mentioned how Americans were turning to beer, porn, pot, and chocolate, to cope with coronavirus pandemic stress.


Researcher Making 'Very Significant Findings' in Coronavirus Killed

A University of Pittsburgh researcher on the cusp of "very significant findings" tied to COVID-19 infections was shot dead Saturday in what police say appears to be a murder-suicide.


India gas leak: At least 13 dead after Visakhapatnam incident

The leak from the LG Polymers plant in the city of Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh state came as people slept. Doctors say patients have been complaining of a burning sensation in the eyes and difficulties breathing.


COVID-19 and Nursing Homes: The No. 1 Place Not To Be

Those living in nursing homes or other long-term care facilities are the people most susceptible to infectious diseases. So, it is no surprise that nursing home residents make up a huge part of the U.S.'s COVID-19 deaths.


Prone Position in Severe Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Lying in the prone (face down) position, in which your chest is down and your back is up, could be a simple way to improve outcomes in cases of severe respiratory distress. This topic has received renewed attention during the COVID-19 pandemic, as invasive mechanical ventilation is conventionally delivered with the patient in the supine (face up) position, which refers to lying on your back.


Why some doctors are moving away from ventilators for virus patients

As health officials around the world push to get more ventilators to treat coronavirus patients, some doctors are moving away from using the breathing machines when they can. The reason: Some hospitals have reported unusually high death rates for coronavirus patients on ventilators, and some doctors worry that the machines could be harming certain patients.


PLANDEMIC Part 1 (Dr. Judy Mikovits)

PlanDemic: The bombshell interview with Judy Mikovits


BOMBSHELL: Blistering Open Letter to Governor Cuomo From a Single Mom, Physician Assistant

This is an open letter to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, originally posted on Facebook by Julie Donofrio Habberfield of Rochester, NY. According to Habberfield’s letter and other Facebook posts she has shared about the coronavirus pandemic, she is a physicians assistant, and she is fed up with the “hysteria” and extreme social distancing guidelines being forced upon the public amid the pandemic.


Stricken coronavirus nurse: ‘Gross negligence’ has patients dying at NYC hospitals

A nurse working the front lines of the coronavirus battle at New York City hospitals says “black lives don’t matter here” — and “gross negligence and complete medical mismanagement” are causing patients to die, according to a disturbing new video.


Evidence That Vitamin D Supplementation Could Reduce Risk of Influenza and COVID-19 Infections and Deaths

The world is in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic. Public health measures that can reduce the risk of infection and death in addition to quarantines are desperately needed. This article reviews the roles of vitamin D in reducing the risk of respiratory tract infections, knowledge about the epidemiology of influenza and COVID-19, and how vitamin D supplementation might be a useful measure to reduce risk.



The HighWire does a deep dive into Anthony Fauci’s NIH-Funded study of Remdesivir, the new Covid treatment darling approved by the FDA today, and uncovered some shocking discoveries.



From tragic mistakes with ventilators, to “do not resuscitate” orders, and even purposely putting COVID 19 patients in nursing homes, there is now overwhelming proof that “if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere.”



It wasn’t long ago microchipping and drone surveillance were figments of the sci-fi movie-goers imagination. Today, those ‘conspiracies’ are on the horizon, and we must decide soon if we want them to be a part of our future.


Will our clean air last after COVID-19? Study says it's possible

Since millions of Californians began staying at home and off the roads in March, air quality in the Golden State has visibly improved. Once life returns to normal, however, air pollution levels are likely to return to their prepandemic levels.


Wolf spiders may turn to cannibalism in a warming Arctic

Wolf spiders in a warming Arctic are getting bigger, reproducing more and eating different foods. Including other spiders.


How living in an ‘incredibly toxic’ world raises your risk for Alzheimers

Dr. Mary Kay Ross, founder and CEO of the Brain Health & Research Institute in Seattle, has emerged as a leading authority on the cognitive peril posed by mold, toxins and heavy metals and she has a word of warning for you. They’re everywhere.


The first days of spring—brighter and warmer—are a biological trigger for female bees to wake up from hibernation and begin to build future colonies.

These enormous bees, sometimes two to three times larger than a worker bee, are vital to our ecosystem and carry all the genetic material necessary for an entire generation of bees inside their bodies.


Sea sparkle: Melting snow caps in the Himalayas are causing the spread of toxic glowing green algae blooms so big they can be seen from SPACE, study finds

Shrinking snow caps in the Himalayas are causing the spread of toxic green algae blooms so big they can be seen from space, a new study has found. US research based on NASA images found blooms of the marine species Noctiluca scintillans, known as ‘sea sparkle’, lining coastlines around the Arabian Sea.​


Why we should lift lockdown to help prepare for a more deadly winter second wave, writes health reporter

Back in November 1918, the San Francisco authorities thought they had beaten the deadly Spanish flu pandemic that had spread across the globe in only a matter of months. Infection levels in the city had peaked, then dwindled to apparent insignificance.


Scared and sick amid Covid-19: US nursing home workers afraid to blow the whistle

Workers at a New Jersey nursing home ravaged by coronavirus have described a culture of silence, gross inaction from management and a desperate lack of protective equipment that has put them and their families in harm’s way and made it largely impossible to protect their patients from the outbreak. ​


Dr. Andrew Kaufman Interview – The COVID-19 Theory That You Are Not Allowed To Hear

Dr. Andrew Kaufman discusses a topic that, despite being rooted in facts, evidence and years of research, has been suppressed, censored and ignored by the entirety of the mainstream medical and scientific community.


Coronavirus Gives a Dangerous Boost to DARPA’s Darkest Agenda

Technology developed by the Pentagon’s controversial research branch is getting a huge boost amid the current coronavirus crisis, with little attention going to the agency’s ulterior motives for developing said technologies, their potential for weaponization or their unintended consequences.


Conservation in crisis: ecotourism collapse threatens communities and wildlife

From the vast plains of the Masai Mara in Kenya to the delicate corals of the Aldabra atoll in the Seychelles, conservation work to protect some of the world’s most important ecosystems is facing crisis following a collapse in ecotourism during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Gas stoves making indoor air up to five times dirtier than outdoor air, report finds

Gas stoves are making people sick, contributing pollution that makes indoor air up to two to five times dirtier than outdoor air, according to a new report.


‘Contact Tracing’: A Panopticon Grid Of Total Surveillance

As part of their carefully orchestrated coup d’état, Technocrats have declared war on an unseeable virus. The respective ‘army’ of foot soldiers is now revealed as ‘Contact Tracers’ who will kickstart the national panopticon grid of total surveillance.


One billion people will live in insufferable heat within 50 years – study

The human cost of the climate crisis will hit harder, wider and sooner than previously believed, according to a study that shows a billion people will either be displaced or forced to endure insufferable heat for every additional 1C rise in the global temperature.


Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: Nothingburger Coronavirus is Leading to Compulsory Vaccines

In this explosive interview, Spiro Skouras is joined by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny. The two discuss the latest developments regarding the coronavirus situation which was declared a global health pandemic, by the Gates funded World Health Organization, as more information comes to light questioning the need for a global lockdown.


Pandemic impacts New Mexico chile farmers

Farmers across the state are working hard to get chile crops ready for the season. With coronavirus forcing many workers into unemployment, farmers said it’s hitting their industry too.


Water-Splitting Module a Source of Perpetual Energy

Rice University researchers have created an efficient, low-cost device that splits water to produce hydrogen fuel. The platform developed by the Brown School of Engineering lab of Rice materials scientist Jun Lou integrates catalytic electrodes and perovskite solar cells that, when triggered by sunlight, produce electricity.


52 Years Ago, a Pandemic Flu Killed 100,000 in the US and Nothing Shut Down—Not Even Woodstock

Mainstream media across the planet continue to refer to the COVID-19 outbreak as the worst pandemic since the Spanish flu of 1918. We are told that the economy shut down during the Spanish flu and people were ordered into quarantine, but it couldn’t stop the death toll from reaching 650,000 Americans.


Tobacco is the leading cause of preventable cancers, so how can over a BILLION people kick the habit naturally?

There are dead smokers rolling over in their graves right now, wishing there had been a natural remedy they knew about back when they were going through a pack or two a day and wanted to quit, or even tried. Most cancers are preventable, entirely.


Africa completely unprepared for COVID-19; death numbers could be staggering

If you thought the coronavirus death toll in places like Italy, Spain and the U.S. was bad, it could really be a drop in the bucket compared to what might happen when the virus takes hold in Africa.


Thousands of desperate Americans line up at food banks as coronavirus unemployment toll skyrockets

With the pandemic taking hold just after the new year began, 2020 has proven to be one of the worst years in history for people everywhere, and residents of the United States are no exception. For many, fears about getting ill with the coronavirus have now been eclipsed by desperate anxiety about where their next paycheck will come from or how they will find the money to feed their families.


Judge Rules It Is a Crime Not to Wear a Mask

A number of U.S. states, along with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are now recommending that Americans wear face masks to reduce the spread of COVID-19. A judge in Harris County, Texas, however, took this recommendation a step further, ordering residents to wear face masks in public for 30 days or be faced with a fine or jail time.


Satellite Imagery Helps Detect Ocean Plastic Pollution

In 2018, Lauren Biermann was scouring a satellite image of the ocean off the coast of the Isle of May, Scotland, searching for signs of floating seaweed for a project at her university. Her eyes were drawn to lines of white dots gently curving along an ocean front.


Coronavirus Test Kits Contaminated With Coronavirus

Inadequate testing for COVID-19 across the U.S. in the early stages of the pandemic has been blamed for allowing widespread transmission of the virus to occur, during a time when it potentially could have been contained without the need for extensive shutdowns.


Wildfires Are Burning 5 Million Acres in Siberia and Eastern Russia

Wildfires in Siberia and the Russian Far East are as much as 10 times worse compared to this time last year, as the climate crisis and the coronavirus pandemic join forces to fan the flames.


Coronavirus: health passports 'possible in months'

Tech firms are in talks with ministers about creating health passports to help Britons return safely to work using coronavirus testing and facial recognition. Facial biometrics could be used to help provide a digital certificate – sometimes known as an immunity passport – proving which workers have had Covid-19, as a possible way of easing the impact on the economy and businesses from ongoing physical distancing even after current lockdown measures are eased.


YouTube CEO Vows to Censor Anyone Speaking Against WHO

Draconian censorship is in full swing again, this time around the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19. Just about anything that questions or contradicts the biased edicts of the World Health Organization is now being blocked, taken down or tagged as fake news on social media platforms.


STARVATION IS COMING! Texas Beef Rancher Sounds The Alarm

Texas beef rancher sounds the alarm. Production has fallen...which will raise prices beyond what you can afford...then production will stay low. Its a cycle. Americans are about to learn what Hyper Inflation means.


PlanDemic, a film about the global plan to take control of our lives, liberty, health & freedom.

Humanity is imprisoned by a killer pandemic. People are being arrested for surfing in the ocean and meditating in nature. Nations are collapsing. Hungry citizens are rioting for food. The media has generated so much confusion and fear that people are begging for salvation in a syringe.



Dr. Daniel Erickson, owner of seven CA urgent care facilities, was thrown into the spotlight after his press conference on the COVID 19 stirred up enough controversy to get censored by YouTube. Here’s Del’s follow-up interview and this doc’s message is clear: he is not backing down.


Rubbish piling up: The environmental impact of the COVID-19 shutdown

Analysis by Professor Ian Williams and Anne Stringfellow from the University of Southampton and Keiron Roberts from the University of Portsmouth has highlighted the enormous impact of the COVID19 lockdown measures on waste management in the UK. Their analysis shows that with almost all household waste recycling centres closed, and the big increase in home clearances and DIY projects, there has been a reported 300% increase in reported fly-tipping in rural communities.


Shrinking snowcaps fuel harmful algal blooms in Arabian sea

A uniquely resilient organism all but unheard of in the Arabian Sea 20 years ago has been proliferating and spreading at an alarming pace, forming thick, malodorous green swirls and filaments that are visible even from space.


Sustainable structural material for plastic substitute

Plastic gives us a lightweight, strong and inexpensive material to use, but it has also caused the plastic apocalypse. Much of the unrecycled plastic waste ends up in the ocean, Earth's last sink. Broken down by waves, sunlight and marine animals, a single plastic bag can become 1.75 million microplastic fragments.


Being fat triggers a 'troublesome' immune response to Covid-19, scientists fear as government SAGE committee investigates why obesity raises the risk of death

Being fat triggers a 'troublesome' immune response to COVID-19, scientists fear. Scientists advising Government ministers are exploring potential underlying mechanisms that could increase the risk of death for obese patients.


People with low levels of Vitamin D may be more likely to catch coronavirus and die from COVID-19 infection, study suggests

A preliminary study has found tentative evidence suggesting low levels of vitamin D may make it more likely an individual will die after contracting coronavirus. The research compared average levels of vitamin D across 20 European countries with COVID-19 infection rate and mortality.


Some industrial sites in Indiana may be discharging toxic 'forever chemicals,' report says

About 100 industrial facilities in Indiana could be discharging toxic “forever chemicals” also known as PFAS substances, according to a new report.


Coronavirus prompts growth for small farms offering direct-to-consumer sales

While some large farms are hurting from not being able to sell food to restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic, a few smaller-scale direct-to-consumer farms are flourishing under shelter-in-place conditions.​


Governor of New Mexico orders ROADBLOCKS to trap residents inside coronavirus-struck town

No matter what you think about the cause, effects and spread of coronavirus, it’s becoming very clear that far too many governors — most of them Democrats — are getting way too comfortable with their emergency powers.


The Real Pandemic Is Insulin Resistance

According to a January 2019 update by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 122 million American adults have diabetes or prediabetes — conditions which have been shown to increase your chances of contracting and even dying from COVID-19.


Why Sweden Has Already Won the Lockdown Debate

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, Sweden — along with a handful of other countries — refused to lock down. They all refused to let the pandemic freeze their economies, and now, weeks later, Sweden has suffered marginal losses, despite the fact they never enforced massive strict quarantines. ​


2009 H1N1 Vaccine Caused Brain Damage in Children. Dr. Anthony Fauci on “Vaccine Safety” Issues

NIAID Director Fauci supported the H1N1 2009 vaccine which turned out to be a multibillion dollar scam. According to International Business Times UK in a 2014 report patients who suffered brain damage as a result of taking a swine flu vaccine are to receive multi-million-pound payouts from the UK government.


Remember the “Fake” 2009 H1N1 Swine Flu Pandemic: Manipulating the Data to Justify a Worldwide Public Health Emergency

Déjà Vu - Remember the unusual circumstances surrounding the April 2009 H1N1 Swine Flu Pandemic.Media disinformation. An atmosphere of fear and intimidation. Corruption at the highest levels. The data was manipulated. In July 2009, the WHO Director General predicted with authority that: “as many as 2 billion people could become infected over the next two years — nearly one-third of the world population.”


10 Lessons I Learned Trying To Heal My Kids From Autism, Anxiety & ADHD

By practice, I’m a psychotherapist who has been working for over a decade in the world of mainstream medicine, a body of experience that has allowed me to develop a strong understanding of both its strengths and weaknesses.


Robert Kennedy Jr. Destroys Big Pharma, Fauci & Pro-Vaccine Movement

Robert F Kennedy Jr talks vaccines, Dr Fauci, family history and JFk assassination with Patrick Bet-David. Kennedy’s reputation as a resolute defender of the environment stems from a litany of successful legal actions.


REVEALED: Trump’s top coronavirus task force expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, funneled money to Wuhan lab engaged in coronavirus research

One of President Donald Trump’s top coronavirus task force advisers, Dr. Anthony Fauci, backed funding for controversial coronavirus research at the lab now believed to have created COVID-19.


These US entities partnered with the Wuhan Institute of Virology — time for a criminal investigation?

The Wuhan Institute of Virology from which the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is believed to have “escaped” has a number of questionable partnerships that are worth looking into in light of the pandemic. Most of them are universities, including the University of Alabama, the University of North Texas, and Harvard University.


"It's in the air”, what do you think? Geoengineering Global Alert News

"It's in the air”, what do you think? With each passing day our collective reality continues to be pushed ever further into uncharted territory. The true origins of the current pandemic are beginning to come to light, as are some of the agendas and objectives behind it.


5G - The Global Human Experiment without Consent & Most Censored Topic of Our Time

Soon 5G will significantly increase our wireless RF radiation (radio frequency microwave) exposure 24/7/365. Senior telecom executives admit they have not done any safety testing on 5G, (nor do they plan to do any), but related research does show is cause for alarm.


Artificial sweetener could worsen symptoms of Crohn’s disease

“Sugar-free” artificial sweeteners might not be a healthier alternative to sugar after all. On the contrary, it can trigger inflammation and worsen symptoms of Crohn’s disease, a recent animal study showed.​


Bill Gates' cloud-whitening trials 'a dangerous experiment'

Campaigners have criticised plans for a sea trial of cloud-whitening technology, funded by Microsoft founder Bill Gates. A US-based research body, Silver Lining, which has received $300,000 from Mr Gates, is developing machines to convert seawater into microscopic particles to be sprayed into clouds.


Honey Bees Are Struggling with Their Own Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic makes grimly clear, cities are arguably humanity’s greatest invention, but densely populated metropolises also make us vulnerable to the rapid spread of disease.


Number Infected With Coronavirus Can be Detected in Wastewater

Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) is a new and highly effective way to monitor coronavirus and other diseases by studying sewage samples to detect how many people in a given area are infected, and can even pinpoint a single infected individuals among 100 to 2 million persons.


Could Retroviruses Play a Role in COVID-19?

Judy Mikovits, Ph.D. is a cellular and molecular biologist, researcher and was the founding research director of the Whittemore Peterson Institute that researches and treats chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) in Reno, Nevada. She is likely one of the most qualified scientists in the world to comment on this disease because of her groundbreaking research in molecular biology and virology.


TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

Johns Hopkins University had predicted that Taiwan would have the second most COVID-19 cases in the world, due to its close proximity to Mainland China. But astonishingly, in spite of being only 80 miles from the coast of China with over 400,000 of its 24 million citizens working in China, as of mid-April, the country only had 400 cases of COVID-19, and only 6 deaths.


MUST SEE: How Bill Gates Monopolized Global Health

Who is Bill Gates? A software developer? A businessman? A philanthropist? A global health expert? This question, once merely academic, is becoming a very real question for those who are beginning to realize that Gates' unimaginable wealth has been used to gain control over every corner of the fields of public health, medical research and vaccine development.


‘Murder Hornets’ Spotted in U.S. for the First Time

Invasive "murder hornets" have been spotted in the U.S. for the first time, prompting concerns for the nation's honeybees and the trajectory of a year that has already brought locust invasions and a global pandemic.


A nuclear waste site where the biggest fear isn’t radiation, but coronavirus

For more than a month, coronavirus has brought cleanup of a 586-square-mile decommissioned nuclear production complex in south-eastern Washington state to a near standstill. Most of the more than 9,000 employees at the Hanford site were sent home in late March, with only essential workers remaining to make sure the “most toxic place in America” stays safe and secure.


Lymphopenia Likely a Marker of Increased Mortality

While it’s not pleasant to talk about the possibility of death, it is helpful to know about factors that might work in your favor as well as those to watch out for. Researchers from the University of Copenhagen might have hit on something of importance related to early warnings: the possibility that lymphopenia signals a higher risk of sudden death.


How Does COVID-19 Compare to the Spanish Flu?

While COVID-19 meets the technical definition1 of a pandemic (i.e., “an epidemic occurring worldwide, or over a very wide area, crossing international boundaries and usually affecting a large number of people”), the death toll is nowhere near that of earlier serious pandemics that would legitimately justify the extraordinary measures being deployed by the U.S. government and others around the globe.​


Is air pollution making the coronavirus pandemic even more deadly?

In many respects, it makes perfect sense. Patients with severe Covid-19 are twice as likely to have had pre-existing respiratory diseases and three times as likely to have had cardiovascular problems.​


Coronavirus Most Likely in U.S. Earlier Than Thought

Thousands of people were likely already infected with coronavirus much earlier than testing has shown, especially in cities such as New York and San Francisco.


Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated—Part 9

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, Children’s Health Defense - This is my ninth installment in CHD’s series of studies comparing health outcomes in vaccinated vs unvaccinated populations.


Heat-friendly microbes provide efficient way to biodegrade plastic

Researchers in China have engineered a microbe that shows promise as the foundation of an efficient way to break down polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a common plastic fiber used to manufacture clothing and disposable consumer products.


Video: How does soap kill the coronavirus?

We have all been advised during the coronavirus outbreak to wash our hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "many diseases and conditions are spread by not washing hands with soap and clean, running water."


'Gargantuan' hail in Argentina may have smashed world record

A supercell thunderstorm pelted a city center in Argentina a few years ago with hailstones so large scientists suggested a new category to describe them—gargantuan hail.


Do Lockdowns Save Many Lives? In Most Places, the Data Say No

Do quick shutdowns work to fight the spread of Covid-19? Joe Malchow, Yinon Weiss and I wanted to find out. We set out to quantify how many deaths were caused by delayed shutdown orders on a state-by-state basis.


Could Legionnaires' bacteria lurk in idled buildings?

What are the potential sources of tainted water in an unoccupied building? When a building is unoccupied, water stagnates in the building's plumbing systems and the disinfectant (chlorination) dissipates.​


Local farms, stores fill gap for groceries

Reports of rivers of wasted milk and fields of rotting onions no longer needed by restaurants showed the limitations of the food industry to quickly pivot during times of great stress, but local farms and stores have stepped in to fill consumers needs.


Bill Gates paralyzed half a million children with polio vaccines – do we really want him vaccinating the world for coronavirus?

It is difficult to understand how a man whose vaccine initiatives have injured and killed untold thousands of innocent children all around the world is now being given a platform to push for mandatory Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination as a condition for ending the lockdowns.


How Planting Herbs Compliments Sustainable Gardening

Adding herbs to the garden is a great way to bring more sustainability to your yard. What I love most about herbs is they are not finicky about watering needs. In fact, many herb varieties love drier areas of the garden and can even take a little neglect.


Terrifying video shows exactly how coughing on an airplane can spread the deadly coronavirus through the whole cabin

A terrifying video shows exactly how coughing on an airplane can spread the deadly coronavirus through a cabin. The visualisation was created by Purdue University, Indiana, a few years ago to show how coronavirus pathogens travel far further than expected.


British families tell how their children have suffered tell-tale symptoms of 'inflammatory syndrome' linked to COVID-19

More 'petrified' parents have come forward after their children were struck down with tell-tale signs of a mysterious coronavirus-linked inflammatory syndrome that has hospitalised at least 20 youngsters and left a dozen fighting for their lives.


UK Study Shows 18,000 Extra Cancer Deaths Possible Within A Year Due To COVID-19 Focus

A new study concludes that there could be 18,000 extra cancer deaths in the UK within a year because victims are not able to get screenings and treatment due to the focus on COVID-19.


China knew of lab safety concerns from last year

"We're doing very serious investigations," U.S. President Donald Trump said during a briefing earlier this week when asked about China's responsibility in spreading the new coronavirus.


Video: COVID-19: 70% of Patients Are on Ventilators. Is It a “Solution”?… Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell

Welcome to “Coronavirus in Context.” Today we’re going to talk about whether we’re managing coronavirus correctly; do we need to think about a change in our treatment regiments? My guest is Dr Cameron Kyle-Sidell.


Labrador retrievers are being trained to sniff out coronavirus cases

As some states move to reopen after weeks of shutdowns, infectious disease experts say the prevention of future coronavirus outbreaks will depend on scaling up testing and identifying asymptomatic carriers. Now, eight Labrador retrievers – and their powerful noses – have been enlisted to help.


The Dubious COVID Models, The Tests and Now the Consequences

Since late in January the world has undergone staggering changes which in many cases may be irreparable. We have given decisions over every aspect of our lives to the judgment of tests and to the projections of computer models for the coronavirus first claimed to have erupted in Wuhan China, now dubbed SARS-CoV-2.


LOKIN-20: UK Quarantine Sparks Increasing Health Concerns

A new public health crisis, very recently identified as LOKIN-20, is raising increasing health concerns in the UK. In their response to a respiratory illness called COVID-19 (C19) the UK State are among those who have responded by locking up their populations and destroying their own national economy.


Revealed: 100,000 crew never made it off cruise ships amid coronavirus crisis

While most cruise ship passengers have now made it back to land, another crisis has been growing – with no safe haven in sight. Around the world, more than 100,000 crew workers are still trapped on cruise ships, at least 50 of which have Covid-19 infections, a Guardian investigation has found.


Clean air in Europe during lockdown ‘leads to 11,000 fewer deaths’

The improvement in air quality over the past month of the coronavirus lockdown has led to 11,000 fewer deaths from pollution in the UK and elsewhere in Europe, a study has revealed.


Corona virus - Roundtable Discussion with Dr Judy Mikovits

Dr Rashid Buttar: Corona virus - Roundtable Discussion with Dr Judy Mikovits (COMPLETE,Parts 1 to 4)​


Grow Your Own: Urban Farming is Flourishing During the Coronavirus Lockdowns

Coronavirus lockdowns are pushing more city dwellers to grow fruit and vegetables in their homes, providing a potentially lasting boost to urban farming, architects and food experts said on Tuesday.


23 Organizations Eliminating Food Waste During COVID-19

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has upended nearly every aspect of modern society, but especially the food system. Farmers are being forced to discard unprecedented amounts of food surplus because of the closure of schools, restaurants, and hotels.


Cinnamon Helps Reduce High Blood Pressure

1 out of 3 Americans suffer from high blood pressure, a precursor to many forms of cardiovascular disease. Researchers believe cinnamon may be a novel and therapeutic approach to the management of high blood pressure.


Diabetes Can Increase Complications of COVID-19

For a limited time only, PBS is streaming a free documentary on America’s diabetes epidemic (it may not be available in all areas; check your local PBS to see if it’s in your area). Coincidentally, diabetes is a comorbidity that can increase your chances of contracting and even dying from COVID-19, making this documentary particularly timely.


USA Today Fact-Check: Hospitals Get Paid More for COVID-19 Patients

The Wuhan Institute of Virology, connected with the lab suspected to be the source of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, received $7.4 million to study bat coronaviruses over the past several years, thanks to Dr. Anthony Fauci and the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).


Fauci Backed Wuhan Lab With Millions of US Dollars

The Wuhan Institute of Virology, connected with the lab suspected to be the source of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, received $7.4 million to study bat coronaviruses over the past several years, thanks to Dr. Anthony Fauci and the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).


Is Pharma Censoring the Science at One Major University by Choking the Money Channel?

Keele University recently returned a $15,000 check that I contributed to support research by the world’s leading authority on aluminum toxicity, Keele’s own Dr. Christopher Exley. That surprising act reveals the pharmaceutical industry’s ruthless and impenetrable power over the world’s educational institutions and scientific research.


Coronavirus and Infection Control: What’s Going on with Testing?

People locked down in their homes for weeks and months are eager to resume their lives. Many public health agencies, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state that such reopening requires extensive testing for coronavirus.


Why Are More Younger Adults Developing Alzheimer’s and Dementia?

In late February, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) released a disturbing report describing the growing number of younger American adults diagnosed with early-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Analyzing the four-year period from 2013-2017, BCBS reported a 200% increase in diagnosed dementia and AD among commercially insured adults from ages 30 to 64.


Why coronavirus is more devastating for older patients

The virus can more easily multiply and spread throughout the body in 'stiff' lung tissue seen in the elderly


Health chiefs admit they 'don't know' how many children have died from an inflammatory syndrome linked to coronavirus

Health chiefs today insisted they are 'unaware' of any deaths in British children from a serious 'inflammatory syndrome' thought to be linked to the coronavirus - despite Matt Hancock admitting that 'some' youngsters have mysteriously died with no underlying conditions.


Fracking and earthquake risk

Hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas production can trigger earthquakes, large and small. A new approach to managing the risk of these quakes could help operators and regulators hit the brakes early enough to prevent nuisance and reduce the chance of property damage and injury.


Scientists recreate DNA damage caused by toxins from smoking

Researchers from the University of York have recreated how toxins from smoking cause unique patterns of DNA damage. The discovery could help scientists better understand the cause of bladder cancer and the link to smoking.


Record Ozone Hole Over the Arctic Has Closed

An unusual phenomenon happened in March and April when an enormous hole in the ozone layer formed over the Arctic. Last week, though, scientists tracking the hole noticed that it has closed, as CNN reported.


Why COVID-19 Is Hitting Men Harder Than Women

More men are dying from COVID-19 worldwide than women, and the potential reasons run the gamut from biology to bad habits. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that 68 percent of deaths related to COVID-19 in Europe have been among men.


Nothing To See Here: Remote Manipulation of Gene Expression Through Radio Waves, Wireless Control of Cell Function

A report from 2015 published in Nature details the use of nanoparticles and “…the development of a genetically encoded system for remote regulation of gene expression by low-frequency radio waves (RFs) or a magnetic field.”



Reports from around the world predict hundreds of thousands of children will die due to the economic downturn. Proof it’s happening in America is starting to emerge.


Bats’ Voracious Appetite for Agricultural Pests and Mosquitoes Are a Part of Nature’s Balance

The terrible reputation with which bats are commonly saddled — especially now, because of their association with the origins of the family of coronaviruses — is undeserved. These nocturnal insect vacuums are fascinating, flying mammals that are under-appreciated, not least for their performance of important services for ecosystems, and for human health and agriculture.


Officials Want to Vaccinate All of Chicago for Coronavirus When One Becomes Available

When a coronavirus vaccine becomes available, health officials want all of Chicago to be vaccinated. Chicago Department of Public Health commissioner Allison Arwady said Monday officials are "building our plans to vaccinate the whole city of Chicago."


U.N. warns economic downturn could kill hundreds of thousands of children in 2020

Hundreds of thousands of children could die this year due to the global economic downturn sparked by the coronavirus pandemic and tens of millions more could fall into extreme poverty as a result of the crisis, the United Nations warned on Thursday.


The Pentagon Will Use AI to Predict Panic Buying, COVID-19 Hotspots

The coronavirus pandemic has revealed that “just-in-time” supply lines don’t always operate as they should. Fortune 500 companies use predictive analytics to improve their ability to deal with the unexpected — and now so do planners with U.S. Northern Command.


Can shoes and clothes bring the coronavirus into your house?

Even if you’re following strict self-quarantine, it’s almost inevitable that you or someone else in your household will have to go out to buy food or other essentials. This raises the question of whether or not the coronavirus (COVID-19) can get into your house this way — clinging to your shoes or clothes.​


'This is no damn hobby': the 'gangsta gardener' transforming Los Angeles

The garden seduces me,” says Ron Finley, who is known around the world as the “gangsta gardener”. “I’ll get out there at 9am and next thing I know it’s 7pm … gardening takes your mind off things. Everybody should have a garden to cultivate.” English horticulturalists fiddling with well-maintained roses might know the feeling. But for Finley, gardening isn’t about producing the perfect floral pom-pom, it’s about growing people


Sugar spikes the release of dopamine in your brain in a similar way to cocaine or prescription opiates, so how do you stop the cravings?

Just like hard drugs, namely cocaine and heroin, sugar spikes the release of dopamine in the nucleus accumbens area of your brain. Dopamine is a neurohormone and is created several different ways in the brain, especially when stimulated by drugs like cocaine, nicotine, prescription opiates, and yes, sugar.


Getting Back to Nature Boosts Natural Killer Cells

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many are asking how they can strengthen their immune system to reduce the potential of getting sick, and how they can support their body if they have a viral infection.


Thousands of US businesses to permanently close due to coronavirus lockdowns

As some states begin the slow process of reopening their economies, many businesses that were forced to shutter due to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns – and especially the smaller ones – might never reopen at all because of their immense losses.


Microplastics disrupt hermit crabs' ability to choose shell, study suggests

When it comes to moving home, hermit crabs are experts, often swapping shells for the optimal abode. But now researchers have found that exposure to microplastics disrupts this key behaviour. The finds are the latest to suggest such pollution could be having an impact on the world’s marine creatures.


Millions of farm animals culled as US food supply chain chokes up

Covid-related slaughterhouse shutdowns in the US are leading to fears of meat shortages and price rises, while farmers are being forced to consider “depopulating” their animals. More than 20 slaughterhouses have been forced to close, although some have subsequently reopened.


E-cigarette users experience vascular damage similar to that of smokers of combustible cigarettes

Using e-cigarettes damages the arteries and blood vessel function much like smoking traditional cigarettes, according to new research published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association, an open access journal of the American Heart Association, and funded through the Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science of the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives.


Plastic pollution reaching Antarctica

Food wrapping, fishing gear and plastic waste continue to reach the Antarctic. Two new studies into how plastic debris is reaching sub-Antarctic islands are published in the journal Environment International.


Essential oil diffusers may cause pollution in home says watchdog

Essential oil diffusers could be a source of pollution in the home, the French food and environmental safety agency warned Tuesday. ANSES said the popular gadgets, which are supposed to purify and freshen air, could have some unpleasant side effects.


Study reveals important flowering plants for city-dwelling honey bees

Trees, shrubs and woody vines are among the top food sources for honey bees in urban environments, according to an international team of researchers. By using honey bees housed in rooftop apiaries in Philadelphia, the researchers identified the plant species from which the honey bees collected most of their food, and tracked how these food resources changed from spring to fall. The findings may be useful to homeowners, beekeepers and urban land managers who wish to sustain honey bees and other bee and pollinator species.


Glacier detachments: A new hazard in a warming world?

On the evening of 5 August 2013, a startling event occurred deep in the remote interior of the United States' largest national park. A half-kilometer-long tongue of Alaska's Flat Creek glacier suddenly broke off, unleashing a torrent of ice and rock that rushed 11 kilometers down a rugged mountain valley into the wilderness encompassed by Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve.


With Meat Plants Closing, Tyson Predicts Meats Will Disappear From the Supply Chain

Tyson Foods is warning that "millions of pounds of meat" will disappear from the supply chain as the coronavirus pandemic pushes food processing plants to close, leading to product shortages in grocery stores across the country.


The COVID-19 “Economic Holocaust” … Bankrupting the Nation. “The Shut-In Economy”

For all the uncertainties the COVID-19 pandemic poses to the world, especially in the US, one thing seems evident. Our neoliberal capitalist civilization has proven itself to be unprepared for unexpected crises and catastrophes. For decades, the US has been falling behind other developed nations to infuse economic resiliency in society.


US doctors claim that hydroxychloroquine DOES help 91% of coronavirus patients and argue we should not wait for 'controlled trials'

The malaria drug hydroxychloroquine has improved the survival and recovery odds for about 90 percent of patients treated with the controversial medication, a physicians group claims.


Toxic PFAS Fallout Found Near Incinerator in Upstate New York

Industrial chemicals known as PFAS have contaminated soil and water near an incinerator in upstate New York that has been burning firefighting foam. The facility is run by Norlite, whose parent company Tradebe contracted with the Department of Defense to burn the foam known as AFFF, as The Intercept reported in January 2019.


Ultraprocessed Food Makes You Vulnerable to COVID-19

As the world deals with the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic, scientific articles have zeroed in on who is most vulnerable to the virus. It appears those who are elderly, overweight and suffer from an underlying health condition like diabetes or high blood pressure are most at risk.


The toxic chemicals in our homes could increase Covid-19 threat

During the rare moments you’ve ventured outside these days, you’ve probably noticed clearer skies and the benefits of reductions in air pollution. Long-term exposure to air pollution increases the danger associated with four of the biggest Covid-19 mortality risks: diabetes, hypertension, coronary artery disease and asthma.


Imperial College Prof Neil Ferguson Accused Of ‘Patchy Record Of Modeling Pandemics’

Professor Neil Ferguson started the COVID-19 panic with vastly overstated predictions of widespread deaths, while specifying erroneous public policies to ‘flatten the curve’. It turns out that this isn’t the first time he screwed up!


Marked Decrease in Hospital Admissions During COVID Pandemic

A curious thing is happening amid the COVID-19 pandemic: As COVID-19 cases and deaths mount, hospital admissions for other acute ailments are markedly dropping. In an April 6, 2020, New York Times article, Dr. Harlan Krumholz — professor of medicine at Yale and director of the Yale New Haven Hospital Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation — notes: “The hospitals are eerily quiet, except for Covid-19.​


How Michigan Reduced Industrial Discharges of PFAS

At least 2,500 industrial facilities across the nation could be discharging the toxic fluorinated compounds known as PFAS into the air and water, according to an updated EWG analysis of government data.​


Five Ways To Clean Up Your Beauty Routine During COVID-19 Lockdown

Being stuck at home for weeks on end stinks. But it’s necessary to flatten the curve of the coronavirus, so let’s make the best of it.


Flaxseed Versus Fish Oil Supplementation for People With Diabetes

A double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized study finds flaxseed oil equally beneficial to fish oil supplementation in reducing myocardial disease risk in patients with Type 2 diabetes.


Flawed Assumptions Behind GMO Golden Rice

Despite decades of development, genetically engineered Golden Rice hasn't yet been approved for commercial sale, but even if it is, the rice may not reach the vitamin-A-deficient children it's intended for due to flawed assumptions over farmers' willingness to plant it.


Critical Questions for Dr. Shiva About His Attempts to Splinter the Health Freedom Movement

For many months I have remained silent in the face of defamatory and dishonest attacks against me by Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai. My approach was to ignore the sniping to preserve the unity of the Health Freedom Movement. However, Shiva has expanded his malevolent campaign to include venomous salvos against our community’s most prominent and effective leaders, including Del Bigtree, Mark Blaxill, Dr. Rashid Buttar, Polly Tommey and Samoan-Australian activist Taylor Winterstein.


Dr. Erickson COVID-19 FULL Briefing

Two Bakersfield doctors say their data shows shelter-in-place orders are no longer needed.


One Quarter of Global Insect Population Lost Since 1990

Roughly a quarter of the global insect population has been wiped out since 1990, according to new research published in the journal Science. Billed as one of the most comprehensive assessments to date, the study finds significant overall insect declines, but notes of some specific bright spots.


The Nazi Origins of A Bill Gates-Backed Shutdown

Constitutional attorney Robert Barnes breaks down the history of Bill Gates’ depopulation agenda and how it ties to Nazi eugenics research from World War II. Conservative Review senior editor Daniel Horowitz joins the show to give his take on the globalist plan to keep the economy shuttered until they roll out a mandatory coronavirus vaccine.


Got Solar? Expect The End Of Net Metering

As part of Smart Grid rollout in 2008, it was the utilities themselves who dreamed up net metering to encourage homeowners to invest in expensive solar panels. Now, those who obliged are being thrown under the bus.


How COVID-19 affects farmers and the food supply chain

Empty shelves lining supermarkets, farmers dumping milk and abandoning fields of crops, restaurants laying off staff—the American food landscape has changed dramatically in just a month, thanks to stay-at-home advisories and social distancing in the age of COVID-19.


Virus-infected honey bees more likely to gain entrance to healthy hives

Honey bees that guard hive entrances are twice as likely to allow in trespassers from other hives if the intruders are infected with the Israeli acute paralysis virus, a deadly pathogen of bees, researchers report.


How the coronavirus multiplies its genetic material

When someone becomes infected with the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the pathogen proliferates rapidly in the cells of the infected person. To do so, the virus has to multiply its genetic material, which consists of a single long RNA strand.


The Big Lie. Senator Jensen: Hospitals receive $13,000 for a Covid-19 Diagnosis, $39,000 for Treatment with a Ventilator

The statistics surrounding the Covid-19 crisis have always been unreliable, yet msm and other sources use these numbers without qualifications. To qualify the numbers would be to dismantle the Lie.


COVID-19, We Are Now Living the “Lock Step Scenario”

The 25th of April is an important date in Italy’s history. It commemorates the 75th anniversary of Liberation, which is also the Anniversary of the Resistance. On April 25, 2020, Commemorating the Liberation of Italy.


The Gates Family, Eugenics and COVID-19

Bill Gates, through philanthropist projects, has been positioned as a likeable, mild-mannered figure, who expresses his ambition to improve the health of the world through new vaccine development and technological innovation. Closer investigation reveals the Gates family has documented ties to reinvented eugenics movements of the modern age and the work carried out by their organisation shows ulterior motives contrary to saving lives.


A Swiss Doctor on Covid-19

A Swiss medical doctor provided the following information on the current situation in order to enable our readers to make a realistic risk assessment. (Below you will find regular, but not daily, updates on medical and political developments.)


CBD Shows Promise for Fighting Aggressive Brain Cancer

Findings from a new study examining human and canine brain cancer cells suggest that cannabidiol could be a useful therapy for a difficult-to-treat brain cancer. Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a non-psychoactive chemical compound derived from marijuana.


Study claims hydroxychloroquine doesn’t work against coronavirus, but it intentionally left out zinc

A new study claims that the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, which was touted by President Donald Trump as an effective remedy for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), does not work as claimed. But there is just one problem: The study intentionally left out zinc, which is supposed to go along with it.