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Air pollution affects brain development, but when does the damage start?

Emergency rooms in Barcelona were collapsing under the pressure. Hundreds of patients were arriving in desperate need as they struggled to breathe, while intensive care units struggled to cope with the sudden influx of respiratory problems. Epidemiologists scrambled to trace the source of the outbreak.​

 

Space to grow, or grow in space - vertical farms are ready to take off!

Vertical farms with their soil-free, computer-controlled environments may sound like sci-fi. But there is a growing environmental and economic case for them, according to new research laying out radical ways of putting food on our plates.

 

The Ivory Trade – Exploitation Elephants and Mammoths

Greed for ivory is rapidly reducing the number of African savanna elephants. Once there were more than ten million; today there are only around 350,000. Their ivory is especially sought after in Asia.​

 

New solar material could produce clean drinking water

Providing clean water to soldiers in the field and citizens around the world is essential, and yet one of the world's greatest challenges. Now a new super-wicking and super-light-absorbing aluminum material developed with Army funding could change that.

 

Sunbelt Covid 'Spike' - Just A Lot Of Hot Air?

The scare headlines are screaming: record spike in "cases" in Arizona, Texas, and Florida! Other states are mandating face masks even where deaths and the death rate continues to decline. New York City has for the first time since March reported zero Covid deaths. So...is there anything to this "spike" in the Sun Belt? Is the hype justified?

 

Researchers worry bees are facing their own global pandemic caused by a deadly infectious fungus

While humans continue to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic, some scientists worry that bees are quietly dealing with a pandemic of their own.

 

Additional Evidence Shows Ventilators Are Deadly for COVID-19 Patients

Mechanical ventilators may cause more harm than good in a significant number of COVID-19 patients, which is a conundrum for physicians used to treating severe hypoxia — low blood oxygen — with such machines. In some cases, COVID-19 patients have oxygen levels that are so low they’re considered “incompatible with life,” yet the patients have no shortness of breath or labored breathing.

 

High Levels of Bayer’s Weedkiller Found in Hummus, Chickpeas

Independent laboratory tests commissioned by the Environmental Working Group found glyphosate, the notorious weedkiller linked to cancer, in more than 80 percent of non-organic hummus and chickpeas samples, and detected at far lower levels in several organic versions.

 

Africa to Become Testing Ground for “Trust Stamp” Vaccine Record and Payment System

A new biometric identity platform partnered with the Gates-funded GAVI vaccine alliance and Mastercard will launch in West Africa and combine COVID-19 vaccinations, cashless payments, and potential law enforcement applications.

 

RFK, Jr. talks with Dr. Andy Wakefield about his new movie, 1986: The Act

For thousands of parents with vaccine-injured children, the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) conjures up sadness, betrayal of trust, disappointment and anger. But what does the rest of the public think? Most people don’t even realize the NCVIA exists! They are still under the rosy misconception that vaccines are safe and effective and that our legislators and public health officials would never do anything that would knowingly hurt America’s children. We need to educate them. ​

 

Can UV Light Kill The New Coronavirus?

Ultraviolet light has been used to stop pathogens in their tracks for decades. But does it work against SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind the pandemic?

 

Mainstream Media Medical Expert Caught Pretending To Have COVID-19 & Immunity Passports Are Here, Starting With Kids In Africa

As always, take the information discussed in the video and research it for yourself, and come to your own conclusions. Anyone telling you what the truth is, or claiming they have the answer, is likely leading you astray, for one reason or another. Stay Vigilant.

 

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, July 11, 2020

The “new normal” is beginning to sink in, but for how long will current conditions be accepted by populations? The societal breakdown is already unfolding. For over a decade institutions like the Rockefeller Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and others have acted out "mock drills” of exactly the scenario that we now face. Was this just a coincidence?

 

COVID-19 Drug Remdesivir Could Cost Up to $3,120 Per Patient, Gilead Sciences Says

The maker of remdesivir, the first drug that showed promise in treating coronavirus infections, will charge U.S. hospitals $3,120 for a patient with private insurance, the drug company announced Monday.​

 

BOMBSHELL: Covid-19 infection rate may be 440% higher among children who received FLU SHOTS

A new study published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases finds that children who received inactivated influenza vaccines were 440% more likely (relative risk: 4.40; 95% confidence interval: 1.31-14.8) to acquire infections of respiratory viral pathogens which are not influenza.

 

Annual Fluoride Awareness Week Update

As every year during our annual Fluoride Awareness Week, Fluoride Action Network (FAN) founder Dr. Paul Connett is here to provide us with a progress update. FAN has been instrumental in reducing fluoride exposure in North America and in many countries throughout the world over the past 20 years.

 

Reduce your colorectal cancer risk by up to 39% with 60 minutes of daily physical exercise

A recent study in the British Journal of Cancer revealed that people with at least 60 minutes of physical activity from adolescence could potentially reduce their risk for colorectal cancer by more than a third. The report, led by researchers from the University of Sao Paolo, is the first to analyze the direct link between physical activity during adolescence and the risk of developing adenomas later in life.

 

This Type of Therapy Can Help Preserve Your Eyesight

Visual loss or impairment has an impact on a person's mental and physical well-being. The American Academy of Ophthalmology writes that those with visual impairment experience a higher risk of some conditions such as depression, social withdrawal, and accidents.

 

Extreme ‘Heat Dome’ To Fry U.S. Several Weeks With Record Temperatures From 90F To 121F

By Elias Marat - It was only to be expected that in an already brutal year, the summer of 2020 was going to be the absolute worst. And now, it appears that a sizzling “heat dome” will be frying most of the continental United States for several weeks starting this weekend.

 

7 Science-Based Health Benefits of Drinking Water

The human body comprises around 60% water. It's commonly recommended that you drink eight 8-ounce (237-mL) glasses of water per day (the 8×8 rule).

 

Jane Goodall: 'If We Carry on With Business as Usual, We're Going to Destroy Ourselves'

While COVID-19 and protests for racial justice command the world's collective attention, ecological destruction, species extinction and climate change continue unabated.

 

Looks Like Sweden Was Right After All

Why is the media so fixated on Sweden’s coronavirus policy? What difference does it make?

 

REMAKEHUB turns discarded clothes and plastic waste into consumer goods

While working for the decades-old family fashion business, Sissi Chao had an experience that literally took her breath away.

 

Steve Bannon Claims Wuhan Lab Employees Have Defected, Are Working With FBI - 'People Are Going To Be Shocked'

One day after a report that a respected Chinese virologist fled Hong Kong to accuse Beijing of a COVID cover-up, former Trump strategist Steve Bannon told the Daily Mail that scientists from the Wuhan Institute of Virology and other labs have defected to the West and are "turning over evidence" against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for their role in the COVID-19 pandemic which has claimed over 560,000 lives worldwide since last December.

 

New study shows Mom and baby share 'good bacteria' through breast milk

A new study by researchers at the University of British Columbia and the University of Manitoba has found that bacteria are shared and possibly transferred from a mother's milk to her infant's gut, and that breastfeeding directly at the breast best supports this process.

 

Scientists Discover They May Be Wrong About One Big COVID-19 Assumption

Over the past several months, there has been a tremendous amount of debate about almost every aspect of the COVID-19 pandemic. People have been eager to debate about the severity of the virus, they have been eager to debate about the wisdom of the lockdowns, and they have been eager to debate about the effectiveness of wearing masks.

 

Record warm weather is responsible for nearly 300 wildfires in Siberia

Russia's forest service said there were nearly 300 wildfires blazing across the vast country's northern wilderness on Saturday, as it attempted to contain them with methods including explosives and cloud seeding.

 

Oil spill clean-up is getting doggone hairy

Oil spill disasters on land cause long-term damage for communities and the natural environment, polluting soils and sediments and contaminating groundwater. Current methods using synthetic sorbent materials can be effective for cleaning up oil spills, but these materials are often expensive and generate large volumes of non-biodegradable plastic wastes. Now the first comparison of natural-origin sorbent materials for land-based oil spills, including peat moss, recycled human hair, and dog fur, shows that sustainable, cheaper and biodegradable options can be developed.

 

How To Interpret Emergency Orders And Avoid Wearing Face Masks

Every city, county, or state that issues a “mandate” to wear face masks and practice social distancing must publish it publicly and make it available for you to read. Download it and read it! Don’t ever believe what the local media or other individuals say about the mandate, you must read and examine it for yourself.

 

Plant chemistry research examines connections between biological processes and environmental change

A Montana State University professor's research on plant chemistry in the Northern Great Plains and Northern Rockies has been published in Global Change Biology, a prominent journal that promotes exploration of the connections between biological processes and environmental change.

 

People with high blood sugar levels are more than TWICE as likely to die from Covid-19 - study finds

Patients with Covid-19 and high blood sugar levels are twice as likely to die from the coronavirus than those with lower levels - even without a diabetes diagnosis, a study shows. Researchers working in China looked back at patients admitted to different hospitals in Wuhan with high blood sugar levels who later died of the Covid-19. Previous studies have shown a link between abnormally high blood sugar and a greater risk of death from pneumonia, stroke, heart attacks, trauma and surgery.

 

The World Wildlife Crime Report looks at the illegal trade of plants and animals

From rhino horns, to pangolin scales to rosewood, the world has seen increases and decreases in the illicit trade of plants and animals during the recent five-year period, according to a new report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. The World Wildlife Crime Report found that along with threatening endangered species, wildlife crimes and exploitation of nature can promote climate change as well as negatively impact public health because of zoonotic disease transmissions.

 

Staying Home and Healthy in This Time of COVID-19

By Deirdre Imus, June 2020 While we don’t know everything about how COVID-19 will behave, we do know it has changed how we live now and probably for a long time to come.

 

Chinese health official now admits unknown pneumonia more deadly than coronavirus sweeping Kazakhstan could actually be Covid-19

By WILL STEWART and HARRY HOWARD FOR MAILONLINE and MARY KEKATOS SENIOR HEALTH REPORTER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and DAILYMAIL.COM REPORTER - Wu Zunyou, chief epidemiologist of China's CDC, said tonight that he believed the 'unknown pneumonia' was highly likely to be Covid-19 'from an epidemiological perspective'.

 

Taking Good Care of Ourselves in a Challenging Time

By Benjamin Kligler, MD-June 5, 2020 It goes without saying that these times are difficult—and not something any of us have ever experienced before.

 

Scaling Up Global Action On Ocean Polystyrene Foam Pollution

A walk along the beach is a favorite way to connect with nature and, ideally, offers the opportunity to escape the flotsam and jetsam of everyday life. Unfortunately, most of us lucky enough to have access to the coast are conscious of the remains of that everyday life being dragged ashore with each tide, and one particular kind often stands out: the white snow of broken-up polystyrene.

 

COVID-19 and the Global Food Supply: Big Lessons From Small Farms of the World

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed both the strengths and limitations of globalization. The crisis has made people aware of how industrialized food production can be, and just how far food can travel to get to the local supermarket. There are many benefits to this system, including low prices for consumers and larger, even global, markets for producers. But there are also costs — to the environment, workers, small farmers and to a region or individual nation's food security. These costs have led many people to look once again at the benefits of small farms and locally produced fruits, vegetables and meat.

 

Do Masks Increase Your Risk Of Cancer?

By Neenah Payne - The White House Coronavirus Task Force has advised Americans to wear masks. The theory is that even healthy people might be asymptomatic carriers of the COVID-19 virus and wearing a mask not only protects them from others but protects people they come in contact with. How does that requirement stack up to the science? Is wearing masks helpful? Can they be harmful?

 

How do cell phones cause cancer? This study explains how!

(Natural News) The latest data from the Pew Research Center estimates that 96 percent of American adults own a cell phone. Given the sheer number of people using cell phones, scientists have been keen to establish a link between cell phone use and chronic diseases like cancer. Recent research suggests that the brain is the most susceptible organ when it comes to exposure to radiation from cell phones.​

 

‘Compelling’ evidence shows air pollution DOES make coronavirus worse – study

There is “compelling” evidence that air pollution significantly increases coronavirus infections, hospital admissions and deaths, according to the most detailed and comprehensive analysis to date.

 

How Omega-3 Might Help Prevent Cytokine Storm

By now, you're probably aware that one of the lethal effects of COVID-19 is the virus' ability to trigger a cytokine storm.

 

International Fund for Animal Welfare’s Team Lioness: the Kenyan women rangers risking their lives for African wildlife

Words and photographs by Georgina Smith - The coronavirus lockdown adds to challenges for those on the frontline of the war against poaching

 

COVID-19: Autopsy Study Finds Blood Clots in 'Almost Every Organ', Pathologist Says

Autopsy studies of coronavirus patients show that blood clots from the disease are present not only in the lungs but also in "almost every organ", a New York University pathologist told CNN on Thursday.​

 

New Study Shows How Chicken Is Killing You and Saturated Fat Is Your Friend

In the video podcast, Dr. Paul Saladino and science journalist and author, Nina Teicholz — who is also an adjunct professor at NYU's Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and the executive director of The Nutrition Coalition — review the evidence against chicken, and why saturated fat really qualifies as a health food.

 

June 2020 Update: Injured Kids and Society Costs

By Anne Dachel, CHD Contributing Writer, Age of Autism Editor, LossofBrainTrust.com - Once again, we turn our attention to what was happening to schools in Britain during June. The U.S. is forty times bigger than the U.K., but the stories from there dwarf anything from America. Schools in that country are in crisis because of the mounting cost of special education, and no one points out the real tragedy unfolding before our eyes: Over and over news stories from around the world tell us that, increasingly, students have disabilities.

 

Maine Resident with Cancer Sues Over Discriminatory Smart Meter Opt-Out Fees

By Ed Friedman - On July 9, 2020, Maine resident Ed Friedman filed a disability/discrimination lawsuit against Central Maine Power (CMP) in Portland’s U.S. District Court (a Federal Court). The suit, brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Fair Housing Act (FHA), and Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Rehab Act) alleges smart meters’ opt-out fees are discriminatory to those disabled customers whose condition may be exacerbated by radiation emitted from the smart meters. Friedman has lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma, an incurable form of cancer.

 

Covid-19 pandemic has cost the world's economy $3.8TRILLION 'and made 147 million people unemployed', study claims

The coronavirus pandemic and measures to slow its spread cost the global economy $3.8 trillion (£3 trillion), and put 147 million people out of work, a new study shows.

 

Type 2 Diabetes: Eating A Diet Rich In Fruit And Vegetables Daily Lowers Risk, Study Shows

Eating about five servings of fruit and vegetables a day is widely promoted as a key part of a healthy diet. This is because consuming fruit and vegetables is linked to lowering the risk of health problems such as coronary heart disease, stroke and some types of cancer.

 

THE ZOONOTIC THREAT: The “Biodiversity” Lie & Agenda 2030 To Get Everyone In Smart Cities

The UN seeks to remove humans from 30% of land and inland water, and considers this “even more important than climate change!”

 

Children In Covid Captivity

Of all the depressing sights witnessed during the insane process of Covid home imprisonment, stupid social distancing and mask madness, the regimentation of children into predesignated playground/classroom ‘chalked-off zones’ is the one I find the most blood chilling.

 

Return of the condors!

California condors disappeared from Sequioa National Park 50 years ago, never to be seen again – until now.

 

Cancer study: Ginger compound is superior to conventional chemotherapy treatments

Ginger is a more potent cancer medicine than chemotherapeutic drugs like Taxol, according to a recent study.

 

Farmers Learn How to Preserve Rainforests in Honduras and Costa Rica

Rainforests are an important defense against climate change because they absorb carbon. But many are being destroyed on a massive scale.

 

Salmonella biofilm protein causes autoimmune responses -- Possible link with Alzheimer's

Scientists from the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization-International Vaccine Centre (VIDO-InterVac) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and Temple University (Philadelphia, U.S.) have demonstrated that a Salmonella biofilm protein can cause autoimmune responses and arthritis in animals.

 

Ways to keep buildings cool with improved super white paints

A research team led by UCLA materials scientists has demonstrated ways to make super white paint that reflects as much as 98% of incoming heat from the sun.

 

From Coincidences to Coincidences, Covid and the “Boston Connexion” Serves Gilead’s Remdesivir?

We bring to the attention of our readers this important article of France Soir, translated from the French (by France Soir)

 

Using electricity to break down pollutants left over after wastewater treatment

Pesticides, pharmaceutical products, and endocrine disruptors are some of the emerging contaminants often found in treated domestic wastewater, even after secondary treatment.

 

Native bees also facing novel pandemic

Move over, murder hornets. There's a new bee killer in town.

 

Healthy People Should Not Wear Face Masks

During the COVID-19 pandemic, public health experts began telling us to follow a number of disease mitigation strategies that sounded reasonably scientific, but actually had little or no support in the scientific literature. Community wearing of masks was one of the more dangerous recommendations from our confused public health experts.

 

Covid-19 A Once in a Century Fiasco in the Making

Back in March at the beginning of the COVID 19 outbreak, the highly respected Stanford Epidemiologist John Ioannidis drew heavy criticism for expressing his view that governments were making decisions without reliable data.

 

Major Gene Editing Breakthrough Surpasses CRISPR

Editing mitochondria inside every human cell has been the holy grail and last frontier of gene editing. This has been accomplished and opens up a new field for geneticists. Transhumans will find this discovery particularly exciting.

 

Forgotten wrecks are a time bomb

Time bombs are ticking on the world’s sea beds. During World War II, 6,300 vessels were sent to the bottom. For years, they have been rusting beneath the waves and leaking toxic oil into the oceans. The biggest oil spill in history is imminent.

 

Texas Health Task Force Doctor Has Found The Cure For COVID-19

A West Texas doctor says an inhaled steroid, budesonide, a drug commonly used to treat asthma, is the “silver bullet” for COVID-19.

 

CO2 in Earth's atmosphere nearing levels of 15m years ago

The amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere is approaching a level not seen in 15m years and perhaps never previously experienced by a hominoid, according to the authors of a study.

 

‘It’s all on hold’: how Covid-19 derailed the fight against plastic waste

2020 was supposed to be the year America revolted against plastic. Consumers were refusing straws and toting their own coffee mugs. Legislators had proposed an unprecedented wave of laws to ban single-use plastics. Even companies like Coke and Pepsi were opening up to the idea plastic might not be the future.

 

Study Shows Brain Effects during Fetal Development Linked to Common Pesticide Exposure, Supports Call for Organic Alternatives

A study published in June 2020 in Environmental Health journal is especially concerning for people who become, or plan to become, pregnant.

 

TRUTH with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Episode 7

In Episode 7 of our weekly “TRUTH” series, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. talks with J.B. Handley, Author of “How to End the Autism Epidemic” about two of his recently CHD published articles “Lockdown Lunacy” and “Lockdown Lunacy 2.0”. The discussion tackles the herd immunity threshold of COVID and many other subjects of the day.

 

From Udder to Table: Toxic Pesticides Found in Conventional Milk, Not Organic Milk

Conventional U.S. milk contains growth hormones, antibiotics, and low to elevated levels of pesticides not found in organic milk, according to a study published in the journal of Public Health Nutrition by Emory University researchers.

 

The Sad Faces of Our Children in Lockdown Covid Captivity

Of all the depressing sights witnessed during the insane process of COVID home imprisonment, stupid social distancing and mask madness, the regimentation of children into predesignated playground /classroom ‘chalked-off zones’ is the one I find the most blood-chilling.

 

Children who drink water from private wells at higher risk of lead exposure

American children whose homes rely on private wells for drinking water are 25% more likely to have high lead levels in their blood than those with access to regulated community water services, according to new research.

 

Cover-up: Dr. Anthony Fauci helped approve an effective treatment for coronavirus infections 15 years ago, but is suppressing it today in favor of new high-profit vaccines

The expert advice of Dr. Anthony Fauci has been all about controlling human behavior, threatening individual liberty, and manipulating economic activity, while instructing on new ways to encourage human separation. These methods have proven destructive in a multitude of ways and have failed to contain human sickness and disease.

 

Serious Cases of Brain Damage Are Linked to COVID-19, New Research Shows

The coronavirus doesn't just target our lungs. A growing body of research shows that COVID-19 is linked to potentially fatal brain damage and neurological problems.

 

With 400,000 Malaria Deaths Worldwide, Insect Resistance to Mosquito Pesticides Calls for Urgent Need to Shift to Alternative Management Strategies

Efforts to control the transmission of malaria are encountering a big, though predictable, problem: the mosquitoes that transmit malaria are developing resistance to at least five of the insecticides that have been central to limiting transmission of the disease.

 

How good gut bacteria help reduce the risk for heart disease

Scientists have discovered that one of the good bacteria found in the human gut has a benefit that has remained unrecognized until now: The potential to reduce the risk for heart disease.

 

Bumblebee habitats and diets change over their lifecycle

Bumblebees change their home ranges and dietary preferences after establishing nests, suggesting that diversified landscapes help support bee populations as their needs change during different phases of their lifecycle, according to a study published July 8 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Pablo Cavigliasso of the Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria in Argentina, and colleagues. As noted by the authors, the study contributes to the growing understanding of how bumblebees use the environment and provides valuable information for conservation planning and sustainable management of the land at a crucial moment in the bumblebee life cycle.

 

India’s youth take on plastic pollution

On the 30th June 2020, 1,900 young people joined together at the Virtual Youth Summit in India to celebrate their completion of the Tide Turners Plastic Challenge in India. The challenge is a global initiative to educate young people about plastic pollution.

 

Texas will face driest conditions of the last 1,000 years

Texas' future climate will feature drier summers and decreasing water supplies for much of the state for the remainder of the 21st century—likely resulting in the driest conditions the state has endured in the last 1,000 years, according to a team of researchers led by a Texas A&M University professor.​

 

Horowitz: The CDC confirms remarkably low coronavirus death rate. Where is the media?

Most people are more likely to wind up six feet under because of almost anything else under the sun other than COVID-19.

 

Coronavirus: Majority testing positive have no symptoms

Only 22% of people testing positive for coronavirus reported having symptoms on the day of their test, according to the Office for National Statistics.

 

How Botswana's Sudden Elephant Deaths Impact the Species

Highly social creatures that form deep familial bonds, elephants have long been observed gathering at the site where a peer or family member has died — often spending hours, even days, quietly investigating the bodies or the bones of other dead elephants.

 

9 Benefits and Uses of Oregano Oil

Oregano is a fragrant herb that's best known as an ingredient in Italian food. However, it can also be concentrated into an essential oil that's loaded with antioxidants and powerful compounds that have proven health benefits.

 

How Nursing Homes Got Away With Hiding Bodies During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Deaths in nursing homes account for nearly half of all COVID-19 cases in the U.S. — 8.6 times the rate of death for the rest of the over-75 population. What’s worse, the death count very well may be much worse.

 

How to Fix the COVID-19 Crisis in 30 Days

In a June 22, 2020, Orthomolecular Medicine News Service press release,1 Damien Downing, president of the British Society for Ecological Medicine, outlines how we could resolve the COVID-19 pandemic in 30 days for about $2 per person, simply by taking affirmative action to raise vitamin D levels.

 

The Lancet Gets Lanced With Hydroxychloroquine Fraud

The respected medical journal The Lancet was found to have published a study on the use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 that was based on such shockingly fraudulent data it was retracted. The paper, which ran on May 22, 2020, concluded that the malaria drugs hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine had no benefit when used in COVID-19 cases and actually increased death rates.

 

NEJM Commentary: Take Your COVID-19 Vaccine or Lose Your Job

An opinion piece in the June 26, 2020, issue of The New England Journal of Medicine suggests that people who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available should lose their jobs.

 

A heat wave thawed Siberia's tundra. Now, it's on fire.

Siberia is no stranger to large summertime wildfires, including fires north of the Arctic Circle in the region’s expansive boreal forests. But so far, 2020 has been a banner year for fire in the Russian Arctic.

 

36,000 Weather Stations Confirm It: Extreme Heat And Rain Are Happening More Often

A major global update based on data from more than 36,000 weather stations around the world confirms that, as the planet continues to warm, extreme weather events such as heatwaves and heavy rainfall are now more frequent, more intense, and longer.

 

For cleaner air, water, and soil

The air around us is getting more and more polluted. No wonder many scientists strive to find a way to purify it. Thanks to the work of an international team led by prof. Juan Carlos Colmenares from the Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, we are a big step closer to achieving this goal. The team found a way to make an efficient reactive adsorbent able to purify air from various toxic compounds, cheaply, and effectively.

 

Clean energy grids and electric vehicles key to beating climate change and air pollution

Any uptake in electric vehicle use must be mirrored by the development of clean energy grids to mitigate both climate change and air pollution.

 

Fauci Says Vaccine May Only Be 75% Effective And Transitory

During an NIH Q&A on Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci answered questions about the current state of the US outbreak, while trying to manage the public’s expectations in a way that adequately conveys the seriousness of the viral threat we are facing.

 

Arizona reels as three of the biggest wildfires in its history ravage state

Extreme weather has contributed to the vast blazes – with the pandemic complicating the emergency response.

 

After sending 1000s of COVID patients into nursing homes, New York blames deaths on 'infected staff'

New York officials issue a report this week concluding that the high number of coronavirus deaths in state care facilities was the result of infected workers, not sick residents, spreading the contagion.​

 

"Crunch Time" Arrives And... Was Everyone Wrong About The Coronavirus?

One week ago, when looking at the growing divergence between the number of new coronavirus cases in the US and shrinking number of fatalities, we referred to Nordea's strategist Andreas Steno Larsen, who observed that "we are entering “crunch time” on fatalities since they should start to rise in early July given the lead/lag structure versus new cases."

 

Operation Warp Speed Awards Novavax $1.6 Billion For COVID Vaccine

With US equity futures under pressure on Tuesday morning – it’s not surprising whatsoever that hopium-inspiring vaccine headlines are hitting the tape.

 

New Docs: NIH Owns Half of Moderna Vaccine

New documents obtained by Axios and Public Citizen suggest that the National Institute of Health (NIH) owns half the key patent for Moderna’s controversial COVID vaccine and could collect half the royalties.

 

6 Vitamin C myths DEBUNKED: Here’s why the nutrient is effective, non-toxic and safe

Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C is commonly used to strengthen the immune system and assist in collagen production. Collagen is a protein that serves as a major building block in the formation of bones, skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. People produce collagen less as they age, and vitamin C is one way to boost this process.

 

The Impacts of the Draconian Lockdowns: 1.1 Billion People At Risk of Starvation. Dr. John Ioannidis

Leading epidemiologist Dr. John Ioannidis of Stanford University estimates that about 150-300 million or more people have already been infected by COVID-19 around the world, far more than the 10 million documented cases.

 

Air filter can ‘catch and kill’ the coronavirus INSTANTLY

An air filter could help fight the coronavirus pandemic by catching and killing the virus instantly. ​

 

LOCKDOWN LUNACY 2.0: Second wave? Not even close.

Why did politicians ever lockdown society in the first place? Can we all agree that the stated purpose was to “flatten the curve” so our hospital system could handle the inevitable COVID-19 patients who needed care?

 

Climate change and melting ice caps could spark extreme waves in the Arctic up to 19 feet high by the end of the century, experts warn

Extreme waves in the Arctic typically occur every 20 years, but as climate change continues to plague the region these events could happen every two to five years, a new study reveals.

 

Israel Defense Ministry Launches COVID-19 Voice Test for Americans

A company formed at the behest of the Israeli Ministry of Defense has begun collecting voice data from Americans to detect COVID-19 symptoms through technology with dubious diagnostic value, but highly profitable applications in law enforcement

 

Huge COVID Case-Counting Deception at the CDC

For this piece, we have to enter the official world (of the insane)--where everyone is quite sure a new coronavirus was discovered in China and the worthless diagnostic tests mean something and the case numbers are real and meaningful.

 

OB/GYN Docs in U.S. Want COVID-19 Vaccines Tested on Pregnant Women

A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report1 on pregnancy and SARS-CoV-2 infection released on June 26 suggested that pregnant women may be at increased risk for COVID-19 complications.

 

Boron nitride destroys PFAS 'forever' chemicals PFOA, GenX

Rice University chemical engineers found an efficient catalyst for destroying PFAS "forever" chemicals where they least expected.

 

Poor sleep at night 'spills over' into children's emotional lives

In a new study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Candice Alfano, University of Houston professor of psychology and director of the Sleep and Anxiety Center of Houston, reports the results from an innovative, experimental study showing inadequate nighttime sleep alters several aspects of children's emotional health.

 

‘Anti-vaxxers’ and ‘Experts’ -Time to Look Behind the Labels

Margie Danchin, an academic associated with the vaccine industry, has called for the imminent tour of the movie Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe to be stopped in Australia, as reported in the biased Sydney Morning Herald.

 

Nature’s “A Primer in Autism” Ignores Pain and Illness of Individuals With Autism. Katie Wright Sounds Off!

Guest Commentary by Katie Wright - I just read an atrocity labeled “A Primer in Autism.” It is anything but. It is agenda-driven, sloppy, autism-research rubbish masquerading as science.

 

A Cluster Randomised Trial of Cloth Masks Compared With Medical Masks in Healthcare Workers

The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy of cloth masks to medical masks in hospital healthcare workers (HCWs). The null hypothesis is that there is no difference between medical masks and cloth masks.

 

Senator and Former Minnesota Family Doctor of the Year Being Investigated for Questioning Covid Death Certificates

A highly respected doctor and current Minnesota State Senator have been speaking out about his concern over the validity of COVID death certificates, and as a result, is now being investigated by the Board of Medical Practice in Minnesota.

 

Justice in Kentucky! Courts Deny “Qualified Immunity” for Social Workers Medically Kidnapping Children

It’s nice to know the U.S. Judicial System still works sometimes. Two recent cases out of Kentucky ruled against social workers who misused their positions to illegally remove children from their families, denying the principle of “qualified immunity” for social workers.

 

Robert Kennedy Jr.: “Pharmaceutical Drugs Are Now The 3rd Leading Cause of DEATH” In US

In an interview with Lior Gantz of the Wealth Research Group, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. discussed the major problems facing the United States today when it comes to health. This is a MUST WATCH interview before you line up for the COVID-19 vaccine or any other vaccine for that matter!

 

LancetGate: “Scientific Corona Lies” and Big Pharma Corruption. Hydroxychloroquine versus Gilead’s Remdesivir

There is an ongoing battle to suppress Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), a cheap and effective drug for the treatment of Covid-19. The campaign against HCQ is carried out through slanderous political statements, media smears, not to mention an authoritative peer-reviewed “evaluation” published on May 22nd by The Lancet, which was based on fake figures and test trials.

 

Siberia's June heatwave saw temperatures soar up to 10°C above average - with a record high of 38°C

Arctic Siberia saw exceptionally high temperatures last month as it sweltered in a heatwave which made it the region's hottest June on record.

 

1,000 Days of probiotics can boost long-term health for parents and newborns: Study

Exposure to probiotics within the first 1,000 days after conception has been linked to profound positive effects on the health of infants.

 

Why are killer bees so angry?

Killer bees are known to chase people when agitated and experts have now found the root of this insect’s aggression.

 

New room-temperature liquid-metal battery could be the path to powering the future

Researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have built a new type of battery that combines the many benefits of existing options while eliminating their key shortcomings and saving energy.

 

Superbugs pose a grave threat to Britain’s cancer patients and could kill more people than Covid-19, experts fear

We are in the middle of a coronavirus pandemic, yet some of Britain’s leading infection experts are quietly asking an astonishing question: are we forgetting about a bigger threat to humankind?

 

Latest U.N. sustainability goals pose more harm than good for environment, scientists warn

A team of scientists has warned that the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), designed to bring together environmental protection and socioeconomic development, are failing to protect biodiversity.​

 

Nutrients in microalgae: An environmentally friendly alternative to fish

Microalgae could provide an alternative source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids for humans while also being more environmentally friendly to produce than popular fish species. This is the result of a new study by scientists from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU). The study was recently published in the Journal of Applied Phycology and offers an initial indication of the environmental effects of producing microalgae in Germany.

 

Microplastic pollution harms lobster larvae, study finds

Microplastic fiber pollution in the ocean impacts larval lobsters at each stage of their development, according to new research.

 

Toxic hand sanitizers have blinded and killed adults and children, FDA warns

Adults and children in the United States have been blinded, hospitalized, and, in some cases, even died after drinking hand sanitizers contaminated with the extremely toxic alcohol methanol, the Food and Drug Administration reports.

 

Why we need sharks: the true nature of the ocean's 'monstrous villains'

Sharks matter not just because they can be useful for humans, however, but entire ocean ecosystems. ​

 

How long before babies are grown in ziplock bags? The brave new world of science where doctors are pushing ethical boundaries in a race to transform human reproduction

In the concluding extract from her compelling new book, JENNY KLEEMAN delves into what the future holds for reproduction, unveiling a world where babies develop not in the womb, but in ziplock bags.

 

Chinese company mandates that employees take part in vaccine experiments, violating the Nuremburg code of medical ethics

Clamped down by communist control, the Chinese people are being marched toward permanent bodily requirements — their DNA surrendered over to the state and their immune systems sacrificed to and engineered by pharmaceutical companies. In China, there are four major drug manufacturers working on a seasonal COVID-19 inoculation — CanSino Biologics, the Wuhan Institute of Biological Products, Anhui Zhifei Longkema Biopharmaceutical, and Sinovac.

 

Open Seeds: Biopiracy and the Patenting of Life

As the world begins to digest the implications of intellectual property for online censorship, another IP issue threatens an even more fundamental part of our daily lives: our food supply.

 

Study Matches Parkinson’s Disease Risk to Zip Code, Proximity to Pesticide Use

One’s zip code plays an important role in the likelihood of developing Parkinson’s disease (PD), according to data published by Louisiana State University researchers in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. With genetics and exposure to agricultural pesticide use identified as the main factors affecting PD, proximity to certain cropland and its effluent had a major impact on disease risk. As with most environmentally related diseases, this study highlights the d​

 

Shoshana Zuboff Meets Margrethe Vestager

In the video above, you can watch the first public conversation between a social psychologist and Harvard professor Shoshana Zuboff and Margrethe Vestager, executive vice president of the European Union (EU) regarding the European way to shape the digital age.

 

Who Is Getting Rich Off Coronavirus Pandemic?

Forbes compiled a list of 10 health care billionaires who collectively raked in more than $7 billion since March 11, 2020 — the day the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.4 Topping the list is Stéphane Bancel, CEO of Moderna, the biotech firm that's seen as the frontrunner for developing a COVID-19 vaccine.

 

Government’s New Wonder Drug for COVID-19 Can Cause Liver Damage

Originally developed by the US pharma company Gilead Sciences, remdesivir is allowed for use among Covid-19 patients in India as an “investigational therapy” under emergency-use authorization.

 

The End of Fluoridation Is in Sight

Water fluoridation is one of the biggest public health failures of the 20th century. Despite solid scientific evidence of harm, politics and public relations have kept the practice alive.

 

Important revelations shared by Dr Stoian Alexov, President of the Bulgarian Pathology Association

A high-profile European pathologist is reporting that he and his colleagues across Europe have not found any evidence of any deaths from the novel coronavirus on that continent.

 

Curcumin Inhibits Virus-Induced Cytokine Storm

Curcumin, the active ingredient in the spice turmeric, has a solid foundation in science with numerous studies vouching for its anti-inflammatory effects.

 

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, July 4, 2020

The 4th of July under lockdown, how many would have even imagined such a possibility only 6 months ago?​

 

COVID-19 Drug Remdesivir Could Cost Up to $3,120 Per Patient, Maker Says

The maker of remdesivir, the first drug that showed promise in treating coronavirus infections, will charge U.S. hospitals $3,120 for a patient with private insurance, the drug company announced Monday. ​

 

Europe losing forest to harvesting at alarming rate, data suggests

Europe has lost a vastly increased area of forest to harvesting in recent years, data suggests, reducing the continent’s carbon absorption capacity and possibly indicating wider problems with the EU’s attempts to combat the climate crisis.

 

Federal Bill Proposes COVID-19 Testing, Tracing and Quarantining of Americans

July 4, 2020 marks the 244th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. With much of the country still shut down, large gatherings banned and “non-essential” businesses closed with required masking indoors and outdoors in some states, it is hard to imagine firework displays, neighborhood barbeques and other annual Independence Day traditions being held.

 

Shark finning: why the ocean's most barbaric practice continues to boom

In the narrow streets of Sai Ying Pun neighborhood, the center of Hong Kong’s dried seafood trade, most window displays give pride of place to a particular item: shark fins. Perched on shelves, stuffed in jars and stacked in bags, shark fins are offered in all shapes and sizes. Several shops even include “shark fin” in their name.

 

CDC 2017: ‘Community Mitigation Guidelines To Prevent Pandemic Influenza’

These official 2017 CDC guidelines, which lack any scientific integrity, are the exact policies being followed today: Social distancing, face masks, the closing of schools, restrictions on gatherings, and business activities.

 

Groundbreaking Study Shows Shielding EMF Improves Autoimmune Disease

Novel research reveals that blocking exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) produces significant symptom changes in 90% of patients with autoimmune disease.

 

15 'Health Foods' That Are Really Junk Foods in Disguise

Unhealthy foods play a primary role in many people gaining weight and developing chronic health conditions, more now than ever before.

 

Making food beautiful—and toxic

Toxic chemicals are being used by food sellers across sub-Saharan Africa to improve the look of meat and fish, scientists and food inspectors say, putting the health of millions at risk.

 

Michigan Passes Controversial Bill To Microchip Humans Voluntarily To Protect Their Privacy

The Michigan House of Representatives has passed a controversial bill to microchip humans voluntarily in the state under the guise of protecting their privacy. The Microchip Protection Act would allow Michigan employers to use microchipping of their workers with their consent.

 

Harmful microbes found on sewer pipe walls

Can antibiotic-resistant bacteria escape from sewers into waterways and cause a disease outbreak?

 

Autism expert Kerri Rivera explains mechanism behind chlorine dioxide

Being a parent can be quite challenging – especially when your child is not neurotypical. Adding to the burden is the fact that mainstream medical professionals and doctors are often unable to offer parents a cure.

 

Crunch, crunch: Africa's locust outbreak is far from over

The crunch of young locusts comes with nearly every step. The worst outbreak of the voracious insects in Kenya in 70 years is far from over, and their newest generation is now finding its wings for proper flight.

 

Texas Doctor Reverses Coronavirus Symptoms In 100% Of Cases With Inexpensive Treatment

Texas family doctor Dr. Richard Bartlett joins Debbie Georgatos on her show American Can We Talk to discuss a potential COVID CURE!

 

Simulations show magnetic field can change 10 times faster than previously thought

A new study by the University of Leeds and University of California at San Diego reveals that changes in the direction of the Earth's magnetic field may take place 10 times faster than previously thought.

 

Protective antibodies identified for rare, polio-like disease in children

Researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Purdue University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have isolated human monoclonal antibodies that potentially can prevent a rare but devastating polio-like illness in children linked to a respiratory viral infection.

 

Food Shortages Imminent: Government Forces Farms to Shut Down Over Covid

Controlled demolition of our global food supply is taking place at a staggering rate: Ontario FORCES closure of farms.

 

This Fat Impairs Immune System and Increases Risk of COVID

In this interview, Dr. Chris Knobbe, an ophthalmologist, discusses some of the eye-opening information found in his book, “Ancestral Dietary Strategy to Prevent and Treat Macular Degeneration.”

 

Supplements, Diet May Be Your Best Bet on Thwarting COVID-19

Diet and supplements may be “the need of the hour” when it comes to battling COVID-19.

 

Won’t Talk To Contact Tracers? There’s A Subpoena For That

Rockland County, New York is ramping up to issue subpoenas to Constitution-minded citizens who tell contact tracers to pound sand. If you don’t obey the subpoenas, the court can issue an arrest warrant and the police show up at your door.

 

COVID-19 Is Laying Waste to Many U.S. Recycling Programs

Since March 2020, when most shelter-in-place orders began, sanitation workers have noted massive increases in municipal garbage and recyclables.

 

Algae turns Italian Alps pink, prompting concerns over melting

Scientists in Italy are investigating the mysterious appearance of pink glacial ice in the Alps, caused by algae that accelerate the effects of climate change.

 

Can UV Light Inactivate Airborne Human Coronavirus?

In a recent development, one of the largest lighting companies in the world, Signify, says they have developed a new light bulb they believe can kill 96% of coronavirus in just three seconds.

 

Vitamin D in the Prevention of COVID-19

As noted by retired nursing teacher John Campbell1 in the video above, vitamin D is "an important immunological molecule" that likely plays role in the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

My Child, My Choice!

Become a Children’s Health Defender by taking the pledge today!

 

On Behalf Of Environmentalists, I Apologize For The Climate Scare

On behalf of environmentalists everywhere, I would like to formally apologize for the climate scare we created over the last 30 years. Climate change is happening. It’s just not the end of the world. It’s not even our most serious environmental problem.

 

More Covid Questions, Tower Fires, a Medical Hypothesis, and Legitimate, Increasing Public Concern About Entrenched 1996 Safety “Guidelines”

Since January 2020, Elsevier has created a COVID-19 resource center with free information in English and Mandarin on the novel coronavirus COVID- 19. The COVID-19 resource center is hosted on Elsevier Connect, the company’s public news and information website.

 

Heatwaves have become longer in most of the world since 1950s – study

Heatwaves have increased in both length and frequency in nearly every part of the world since the 1950s, according to what is described as the first study to look at the issue at a regional level.

 

Can New England's cod fishing industry survive?

Scientists and fishers agree that cod fishery is at a crisis point – but they disagree on what’s causing it

 

More ecosystem engineers create stability, preventing extinctions

Biological builders like beavers, elephants, and shipworms re-engineer their environments. How this affects their ecological network is the subject of new research, which finds that increasing the number of "ecosystem engineers" stabilizes the entire network against extinctions.

 

Marijuana use while pregnant boosts risk of children's sleep problems

Use marijuana while pregnant, and your child is more likely to suffer sleep problems as much as a decade later, according to a new University of Colorado Boulder study of nearly 12,000 youth.

 

I am Health Exempt From Wearing a Mask

Any medical intervention must be shown to be safe (i.e., does not cause harm) and effective for FDA approval. Masks​ have not been proven to be safe to wear or effective​ in preventing the spread of viral diseases.

 

US says leaking nuclear waste dome is safe; Marshall Islands leaders don't believe it

In response to a directive from Congress, the Department of Energy released a report this week assessing the risks of a 50-year-old cracking and crumbling concrete nuclear waste repository in the Marshall Islands, but the findings did little to ease the concerns of Marshallese leaders in the Central Pacific.

 

New platform gauges effects of plastic nanoparticles on human development and health

Plastic pollution is a critical environmental issue facing the world today, yet the impact of all the microplastics (MPs) and nano plastics (NPs) that have seeped into the food and beverage supply on human health is an "undervalued avenue of research," according to the team behind a revealing new study released today in Stem Cells.

 

A colorful chemotherapy agent could be made less toxic

Doxorubicin, an old chemotherapy drug known as "the red devil" because of its distinctive hue and toxicity, remains a key treatment for many cancer patients.

 

Koalas Face Extinction in Next 30 Years Without Urgent Intervention, Report Warns

Koala populations across parts of Australia are on track to become extinct before 2050 unless "urgent government intervention" occurs, warns a year-long inquiry into Australia's "most loved animal." The report published by the Parliament of New South Wales (NSW) paints a "stark and depressing snapshot" of koalas in Australia's southeastern state.

 

Modelers Were ‘Astronomically Wrong’ in COVID-19 Predictions, Says Leading Epidemiologist—and the World Is Paying the Price

Dr. John Ioannidis became a world-leading scientist by exposing bad science. But the COVID-19 pandemic could prove to be his biggest challenge yet.

 

Study: Crowdsourced Data Helps Map Urban Food Deserts

New research from The University of Texas at Dallas suggests food deserts might be more prevalent in the U.S. than the numbers reported in government estimates.

 

Busted: 11 COVID Assumptions Based on Fear not Fact

The assumptions people make about COVID, how dangerous it is, how it spreads and what we need to do to stop it – are running rampant, running far more wildly than the supposed virus SARS-CoV2 itself.

 

Global E-waste Surging: Up 21% in 5 Years

A record of 53.6 million metric tonnes (Mt) of electronic waste was generated worldwide in 2019, up 21 percent in just five years, according to the UN’s Global E-waste Monitor 2020.

 

60% of fish species could be unable to survive in current areas by 2100 – study

Sixty percent of studied fish species will be unable to survive in their current ranges by 2100 if climate warming reaches a worst-case scenario of 4-5C (7.2-9F) above pre-industrial temperatures, researchers have found.

 

Improve Resiliency to COVID With One Session of Exercise?

Exercise does far more for your body than simply raising your heart rate and causing you to break a sweat. Physical activity leads to a system-wide molecular response in your body, including changes in inflammatory markers and metabolic pathways.

 

What Happens When You Exercise With a Mask?

In this 13-minute video, Peggy Hall from The Healthy American offers evidence that cloth face masks may not be as effective as people believe.

 

Study: 35 percent of excess deaths in pandemic's early months tied to causes other than COVID-19

Since COVID-19's spread to the United States earlier this year, death rates in the U.S. have risen significantly. But deaths attributed to COVID-19 only account for about two-thirds of the increase in March and April, according to a study published Wednesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.​

 

Hydroxychloroquine lowers COVID-19 death rate, Henry Ford Health study finds

A Henry Ford Health System study shows the controversial anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine helps lower the death rate of COVID-19 patients, the Detroit-based health system said Thursday.

 

House Committee Advances Critical PFAS Reforms

The House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday voted to include critical reforms to the regulation of toxic fluorinated chemicals, or PFAS, in the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2021, which funds the Department of Defense.

 

Tips for a Healthy and Safe July Fourth Holiday

For many of us, this Fourth of July might look different from previous years. We’re well into summer, and itching to get outside to celebrate the Independence Day holiday with our loved ones.

 

Book Review—American Values: Lessons I Learned From My Family

The issues raised by RFK, Jr.’s American Values are as relevant today as they were in the 1960s and indeed in the birthplace of democracy in the fifth century B.C.

 

Whose Conspiracy Is It, Mr. Johnson?—CHD’s Response to FCC General Counsel’s Op-Ed in the Washington Post

The Washington Post published a June 4, 2020 Op-Ed “5G conspiracy theories threaten the U.S. recovery” by Thomas M. Johnson, Jr., General Counsel for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

 

Are Children Really Recovering 99.9584% of the Time From COVID-19?

The purpose of this statistical research paper is to provide the reader with a complete understanding of the issues surrounding the data being made available to all Americans at the US State & Territory Health Department (USSTHD) level.

 

Déjà Vu: GSK Recycles Its Problematic Adjuvant into Covid-19 Vaccines

Among the 100 or so global players now working on experimental Covid-19 vaccines, most of the entities touted as frontrunners are obscure biotechnology and nanotechnology firms.

 

TRUTH with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Episode 6

In Episode 6 of our weekly “TRUTH” series, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Vaxxed2’s Polly Tommey took on the Mask Debate, Hydroxycloroquine, Media Censorship and Dr. Anthony Fauci’s conflicts of interest.​

 

Doctors in India Rediscover Coconut Oil’s 4000 Year History in Natural Medicine – Including Destroying Viruses

The lead author of the study is Dr. Shashank Joshi, Dean of the Indian College of Physicians; Consultant Endocrinologist, Lilavati Hospital & Research Centre, and Bhatia Hospital, Mumbai, Maharashtra.​

 

Coronavirus: Why we should end the pandemic ban on reusable cups

Of the many ways the coronavirus pandemic has changed our lives, the banning of reusable cups by many cafes and other outlets serving hot drinks probably doesn't appear at the top of most people's lists.​

 

Charcoal a weapon to fight superoxide-induced disease, injury

Artificial enzymes made of treated charcoal could have the power to curtail damaging levels of superoxides, radical oxygen ions that are toxic at high concentrations. The nanozymes developed by a Texas Medical Center team are highly effective antioxidants that break down damaging reactive oxygen species (ROS) produced in abundance in response to an injury or stroke.

 

Italy’s coronavirus lockdown leaves citizens in poverty and unable to rebound because of economic restrictions

Italy lifted its two-month-long lockdown on May 18. But, its impact will be felt for far longer, as the measure also caused the country’s worst economic downturn in 75 years.

 

'Ghost fleas’ bring toxic mercury up from the depths of prairie lakes

How toxic mercury moves through the environment—and accumulates in the fish that people eat—has been known for decades.

 

10 Common Mistakes When Applying Sunscreen

Summer is in full swing. Finding a safe and effective sunscreen for you and your family is one component of your sun safety toolbox.

 

Beware Toxic Algae Over the Fourth of July

Over the Fourth of July holiday, don’t act like the crowds recreating in Grand Lake St. Marys, Ohio. With area pools closed due to the pandemic, people are flocking to the lake to cool off, despite the state’s guidelines on social distancing and large gatherings. But there’s another reason to be cautious: The lake is currently experiencing a toxic algae outbreak.

 

Alarming long-term effects of insecticides weaken ant colonies

This week, scientists of the Institute of Bee Health of the University of Bern have published an article in the peer-reviewed journal Communications Biology, which shows how even low doses of neonicotinoid insecticides, as they may realistically occur in contaminated soils, adversely affect the development of black garden ants.

 

Yet another hydroxychloroquine study “debunking” drug’s benefits turns out to be fake science

The crusade to malign the benefits of hydroxychloroquine in stamping out the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) has backfired once again with another hoax study being outed as fraudulent.

 

Protest versus Africa's 1st COVID-19 vaccine test shows fear

Protesters against Africa’s first COVID-19 vaccine trial burned their face masks Wednesday as experts note a worrying level of resistance and misinformation around testing on the continent.

 

Life In A Pod: The New Normal

If you want to go out socializing from now on, you’ll likely be doing it in a plastic pod. This isn’t some weird dystopia, it’s the new normal in 2020.

 

The future of office cleaning? Robot that uses short-wave UV light to kill coronavirus by rupturing its DNA

A robot that eradicates coronavirus and other organisms by firing short-wave UV light at surfaces, disrupting their DNA, has been developed in Bahrain.

 

Toxic chemicals including lead and copper in fireworks pose health risk, scientists say

Brightly coloured fireworks may look enchanting but research suggests they are actually spewing toxic chemicals out into the air.

 

Is THIS why Covid-19 causes strokes? Scientists find the coronavirus causes 'hyper-activity' in blood-clotting cells in 'important' discovery

'Hyper-activity' in blood clotting cells could be the cause of strokes and heart attacks in Covid-19 patients, scientists say. University of Utah experts made the 'important' discovery by comparing the blood of 82 people — half of whom tested positive for the coronavirus.

 

Coronavirus: Could 'immunity passports' create an antibody elite?

Some countries are setting up so-called "immunity passports" and others may follow suit.

 

An Unexpected Radiation Spike Has Been Detected Over Europe

A mysterious increase in radiation levels over northern Europe was detected this month by authorities from several countries, although no nation has yet come forward to claim responsibility for the anomaly.

 

A 'monster' star 2 million times brighter than the sun disappears without a trace

In 2019, scientists witnessed a massive star 2.5 million times brighter than the sun disappear without a trace.

 

Hundreds of Elephants Have Died in Botswana, And We Don't Know Why

Disturbing reports of a mass elephant die-off have emerged from Botswana over the last two months, with more than 350 elephant carcasses spotted since May.

 

Murder by lockdown: details from a dozen countries

The reference here is a stunning May 23 article by John Pospichal, “Questions for lockdown apologists,” posted at medium.com. Pospichal examined overall mortality numbers for Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England and Wales, France, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ecuador, and New York City.

 

Puerto Rico Drought Leaves 140,000 Without Running Water

Puerto Rico's governor declared a state of emergency on Monday after a severe drought on the island left 140,000 people without access to running water, despite the necessary role that hand washing and hygiene plays in stopping the novel coronavirus, as The Independent reported.

 

How COVID-19 Creates Food Waste Mountains That Threaten the Environment

Gluts of food left to rot as a consequence of coronavirus aren't just wasteful – they're also likely to damage the environment.

 

Video: Bill Gates Predicts 'This Won't Be The Last Pandemic We Face'

While interviewing Bill and Melinda Gates on a recent episode of Path Forward, host Suzanne Clark acknowledged that Bill Gates received “widespread attention” for a prediction he “made in 2015 about the dangers of a global pandemic,” and told Gates that he “sadly for the world did predict the future.”​

 

Low Levels of Vitamins B12 and D Linked to Depression

Up to 2.5% of children and 8.3% of adolescents suffer from depression, a condition that’s associated with significant complications later in life, including an increased risk of suicide, substance abuse, physical diseases and problems with work, academic and psychosocial functioning.

 

'Pooled testing' for COVID-19 holds promise, pitfalls

The nation's top health officials are banking on a new approach to dramatically boost U.S. screening for the coronavirus: combining test samples in batches instead of running them one by one.

 

CDC Prioritizes Pregnant Women To Be Among the First to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine

When and if the world has a COVID-19 vaccine, who should get it first?

 

COVID-19 complicates an already dire wildfire season

In 2019 the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection—known simply as Cal Fire—responded to over 1,500 fires.

 

Implications for Human Health: Pesticides and Other Environmental Contaminants Alter Gut Microbiome

A review of scientific literature on the toxic effect of environmental contaminants—including pesticides—published in the journal Toxicological Science, “The Impact of Environmental Chemicals on the Gut Microbiome,” associates these chemicals to changes in the gut microbiome and other adverse health implications.

 

The Media is Lying About the ‘Second Wave’

For months, the Washington Post and the rest of the mainstream media kept a morbid Covid-19 “death count” on their front pages and at the top of their news broadcasts.

 

Roadkill rates fall dramatically as lockdown keeps drivers at home

As humanity’s hubbub slows due to the coronavirus pandemic, some wildlife is benefiting: Roadkill has taken a precipitous drop in parts of the United States.

 

South pole warming three times faster than rest of the world, our research shows

Climate scientists long thought Antarctica’s interior may not be very sensitive to warming, but our research, published this week, shows a dramatic change.

 

Special Report: Millions of abandoned oil wells are leaking methane

Leaks from abandoned wells have long been recognized as an environmental problem, a health hazard and a public nuisance.

 

The sustainability of arsenic-safe groundwater in the Bengal Delta

Worldwide, an estimated 220 million people are drinking groundwater containing the toxin arsenic (As) at concentrations above the World Health Organization guideline of 10 parts per billion.

 

Air pollution associated with infant mortality finds study

A new study from Stanford researchers shows that a rise in air pollution is associated with increased mortality rates among infants.

 

Methane: Can Farmers Lead The Way To Lower GHGs?

“The largest source of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) within agriculture is enteric fermentation – i.e. the methane produced by livestock during digestion and released by belches.

 

Researchers look for answers as to why western bumblebees are declining

A University of Wyoming researcher and her Ph.D. student have spent the last three years studying the decline of the Western bumblebee.

 

Beavers gnawing away at the Arctic permafrost and why that's a bad thing

Alaska's beavers are profiting from climate change, and spreading rapidly. In just a few years' time, they have not only expanded into many tundra regions where they'd never been seen before; they're also building more and more dams in their new homes, creating a host of new water bodies.

 

5 ways the extreme Arctic heat wave follows a disturbing pattern

The Arctic heat wave that sent Siberian temperatures soaring to around 100 degrees Fahrenheit on the first day of summer put an exclamation point on an astonishing transformation of the Arctic environment that's been underway for about 30 years.

 

Scat feels better: digestive health of Japan deer improves as tourist snacks dwindle

While the absence of tourists during the coronavirus pandemic may have deprived Nara’s famous deer of their favorite snack, it has worked wonders for their digestive health.

 

Smoking and vaping RAISES the risk of falling critically ill with Covid-19, claim experts

Smoking and vaping raise the risk of falling critically ill with Covid-19, experts have warned — despite a growing body of research showing the opposite.

 

Now They Are Trying To Tell Us That COVID-19 Is “10 Times More Infectious” Than It Was At The Beginning Of The Pandemic

If the elite really do intend to use COVID-19 to fundamentally transform our society, they are going to need to continue to find ways to make it sound a lot scarier than it really is.

 

The Bill Gates global nightmare is coming true with COVI-PASS Immunity Passports

Consent is voluntary, but enforcement will be compulsory. Expect to see this phrase, or some close derivative of it, used to justify the stripping of your individual liberty in the name of safety and security against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Dr. Fauci’s promotion of gain of function research may have contributed to COVID-19 pandemic

There remains little doubt that the novel coronavirus originated at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, although no one can say for certain if its release was intentional or not.

 

BUSTED: NIH Owns Financial Stake In Gates-Funded Coronavirus Vaccine

National Institutes of Health (NIH) own a financial stake in the Bill Gates-funded Moderna Coronavirus vaccine, raising big questions about the supposed impartiality of the federal government’s policy decisions during the Coronavirus outbreak.

 

Ocean Voyages Institute Removed 103 Tons Of Plastic From The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Setting Record

The Ocean Voyages Institute returned to Honolulu last week after spending 48-days out at the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, where they collected a mind-blowing 103 tons of marine debris.

 

Covid-19 and the HIV connection revealed

Coronaviruses are pervasive throughout the human population and their symptoms typically manifest as the common cold.

 

I believe Roundup gave me cancer. The Monsanto settlement is a slap in the face

Last Wednesday was my 71st birthday, a low-key celebration in these Covid-19 times. Then I heard the news that the pharmaceutical conglomerate Bayer has offered a settlement to resolve several massive class-action lawsuits alleging that the company’s herbicide, Roundup, is dangerous and causes cancer.​

 

2022: A Vaccination Passport. The EU Keeps Quiet Over Suspicious Documents

Surprise, surprise, the European Commission (EC) had a “Roadmap on Vaccination” ready months before the COVID-19 pandemic broke out.

 

Flu virus with 'pandemic potential' found in China

It emerged recently and is carried by pigs, but can infect humans, they say.

 

Protect Yourself From Bug Bites With an Effective Repellent

Summer is here, which means it’s also mosquito and tick season. As all 50 states reopen, more Americans are spending time outdoors and will need protection from bug bites.

 

Hidden Funds Lead to Massive Layoffs at Health Department

A concerning proportion of scientists — so far 54 in all — have been fired or resigned due to an investigation by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), which is looking into the researchers’ undisclosed ties to foreign institutions.

 

Tracking Vaccination Status by Phone Is Now Active

You may soon be living in a world where your personal health data — including results from COVID-19 testing and data proving whether or not you've received certain vaccines — must be shared and authenticated before you're able to enter a sports arena, travel by air or even enter your workplace.

 

Majority of People Are Already Resistant to SARS-CoV-2

According to research conducted in Switzerland, SARS-CoV-2-specific antibodies are only found in the most severe cases — about 1 in 5.

 

Sweet & Spicy Lo Mein

Enjoy this delicious meatless favorite for lunch or dinner.

 

Houston Hospital Boss Shatters Media's COVID Fearmongering: "Only About 3 Or 4 More People In ICU"

Headlines like "Houston facing ‘apocalyptic’ July 4" sparked fear and panic across most of America's media over the weekend as talk of max'd out ICUs and soaring case-numbers dominated every pixel. As per usual in this highly politicized world, another leading voice has emerged to clarify that this heightened state of alarm was all for naught, since Houston actually has the situation in its hospitals well in hand.

 

Childhood obesity linked to indoor air pollution

Childhood obesity is a growing problem worldwide, and its causes are complex and poorly understood.

 

Virginia company creates ground-breaking pollution filtration system

Located in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center in Blacksburg, the Dr. Joseph Meadows and a small team at the Advanced Propulsion and Power Laboratory has been testing a prototype of the filtration system for the last 11 months.

 

What’s happening to Michigan’s insects? A farmer’s tale.

As a young farmer, Bill Westrate would walk outside most nights with a white sheet and black light to lure swarms of insects to the side of his barn in Cass County. “It would scare most people,” he said. But he didn’t much mind the bugs that would land in his hair and crawl down his shirt. “It was just an absolute cloud of life.”

 

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 27, 2020

The question, sprayed skies, and the current situation is there a connection? Headlines from all over the globe confirm rapidly unfolding collapse on countless fronts. Official sources say the second wave of Covid-19 is upon us with new strains of the virus showing up. What agendas are being carried out? Will unfolding events help to awaken populations?

 

Plastic waste surges as coronavirus prompts restaurants to use more disposable packaging

As the country re-opens after months of lockdowns, consumers and restaurants have become more dependent on single-use plastic bags, containers, and utensils due to health concerns prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.

 

More evidence of causal link between air pollution and early death

Strengthening U.S. air quality standards for fine particulate pollution to be in compliance with current World Health Association (WHO) guidelines could save more than 140,000 lives over the course of a decade, according to a new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

 

Ancient Maya reservoirs contained toxic pollution: study

Reservoirs in the heart of an ancient Maya city were so polluted with mercury and algae that the water likely was undrinkable.

 

Common food additive causes adverse health effects in mice

A common food additive, recently banned in France but allowed in the U.S. and many other countries, was found to significantly alter gut microbiota in mice, causing inflammation in the colon and changes in protein expression in the liver, according to research led by a University of Massachusetts Amherst food scientist.

 

Support grows for sustainable method for manufacturing composite fiberboard

Composite binders are important materials used in furniture, flooring and other consumer products, but they can pose health hazards.

 

Traffic density, wind and air stratification influence concentrations of air pollutant nitrogen dioxide

In connection with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, satellite measurements made headlines showing how much the air pollutant nitrogen dioxide (NO2) had decreased in China and northern Italy.

 

Our drinking water was always full of microbes, but the wrong ones might be thriving in the pandemic

It's been months. And from rats turning hangry because of coronavirus shutdowns in the U.S. to sea turtles reclaiming tourist beaches in Thailand, life has changed dramatically across the planet.

 

A new mechanism of toxicity in Alzheimer's disease revealed by the 3-D structure of protein

The brains of people suffering from Alzheimer's disease (AD) are slowly and inescapably being depleted of neurons, which leads to the characteristic loss of memory and cognitive function associated with this condition. However, the cause of neuronal death is still unknown.

 

Mass-Tracking COVI-PASS Immunity Passports To Be Rolled Out In 15 Countries

COVI-PASS will determine whether you can go to a restaurant, if you need a medical test, or are due for a talking-to by authorities in a post-COVID world. Consent is voluntary, but enforcement will be compulsory.

 

Boston Dynamics now selling its robot dog for $75,000 each

Boston Dynamics, creator of humanoid and canine robots that have caused primal fear on a global scale, is now selling its robot dog for $75,000 each.

 

“Restaurant Of The Future” — KFC Unveils Automated Store With Robots And Food Lockers

Fast-food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has debuted the “restaurant of the future,” one where automation dominates the storefront, and little to no interaction is seen between customers and employees, reported NBC News.

 

New Meta-Analysis Raises Doubts That Masks Work To Prevent COVID Infection and Transmission

A newly released meta-analysis on the use of face masks for reducing the transmission of viral respiratory infections within community settings shows the evidence for their effectiveness is equivocal at best.

 

Coronavirus becoming far less deadly as it “adapts” to human hosts… no vaccine necessary, says doctor

A professor and infectious disease expert from Italy says that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is already fizzling out and that a vaccine for it will probably already be obsolete by the time it arrives.​

 

20 Best Foods for Lung Health

Keeping your lungs healthy is essential to feeling your best. Yet, common factors, including exposure to cigarette smoke and environmental toxins, as well as eating an inflammatory diet, can take a toll on this pair of important organs.

 

Siberian Forest Fires Increase Fivefold in Week Since Record High Temperature

The number of fires in the vast north Asian region of Siberia increased fivefold this week, according to the Russian forest fire aerial protection service, as temperatures in the Arctic continued higher than normal in the latest sign of the ongoing climate crisis.

 

18 Foods and Drinks That Are Surprisingly High in Sugar

Eating too much sugar is really bad for your health. It has been linked to an increased risk of many diseases, including obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer.

 

It’s ‘child abuse’ for scientists to gene-edit human embryos and then destroy them: Ethicist

A Catholic ethicist has characterized as “child abuse” the embryonic research of a team of UK scientists after they destroyed over a dozen tiny humans following extensive manipulation of their DNA using a gene-editing technique known as CRISPR.

 

Tell USDA to Reject Bayer-Monsanto’s Multi-Herbicide Tolerant Corn—Please sign the petition by Monday, July 6, 4pm EDT

Bayer’s Monsanto is requesting non-regulated status for corn that will increase the use of drift-prone and toxic herbicides. This means that the planting of a new genetically engineered (GE) variety of corn, which requires substantial weed killer use, will not be restricted in any way. The syndrome of ‘more-corn, more-pesticides, more-poisoning, more-contamination’ must stop—as we effect an urgent systemic transformation to productive and profitable organic production practices. Because USDA is ​

 

Phony Experts with Veiled Conflicts of Interest Polluting Debates on GMOs, Glyphosate, Endocrine Disruptors

One of France’s leading daily papers, Le Monde, just published an article on how “a group of toxicologists with tenuous expertise and veiled conflicts of interest are working to derail the implementation of European regulations” on endocrine disruptors – synthetic chemicals that are toxic at very low doses.

 

Manufactured Pandemic: Testing People for Any Strain of a Coronavirus, Not Specifically for COVID-19

I work in the healthcare field. Here’s the problem, we are testing people for any strain of a Coronavirus. Not specifically for COVID-19.

 

Graphene 'a game-changer' in making building with concrete greener

The novel “supermaterial” graphene could hold the key to making one of the oldest building materials greener, new scientific research suggests.

 

US moves to exempt companies from reporting harmful chemical releases

Federal regulators are crafting an exemption for polluters releasing harmful perfluorinated chemicals (PFAS) into the environment in a way that environmental advocates say circumvents a new law meant to address widespread contamination.

 

Autonomous robot uses UVC light to disinfect warehouses

Researchers from MIT have developed a new way to keep shared spaces free of the coronavirus and other pathogens: a UVC light-equipped robot.

 

Molecular Hydrogen — Is it the Best Antioxidant You Can Take?

Tyler W. LeBaron, founder of the science-based nonprofit Molecular Hydrogen Institute, is one of the most knowledgeable people about molecular hydrogen and its benefits.

 

Bold Action Required to Defeat Second Wave of COVID-19

As health officials continue to expect a second wave of COVID-19 this fall, spreading information about how to prevent it is becoming crucial.

 

Federal review confirms CDC coronavirus test kits were faulty because of 'likely' contamination

A federal review by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) found that the early version of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) coronavirus test kits failed because of “likely” contamination.

 

Nurse on the Frontlines of COVID-19 Shares Her Experience

The heavily censored video above, "Perspectives on the Pandemic: Episode Nine," features an interview with Army veteran Erin Olszewski, a nurse turned private citizen journalist who for the past few months has cared for COVID-19 patients in Florida and New York. In this must-see interview, she shares her experiences at the two facilities.

 

Italy: Sold to Big Pharma

A letter to Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. by Dr. Antonietta M. Gatti - Dear Robert, I don’t know if you are completely aware of the Italian situation. Summarizing everything in a few words, Italy was sold to Big Pharma and has become a huge laboratory where experiments are carried out on the population: adults, children, old, healthy, sick people … it makes no difference, we are all guinea pigs.

 

Common Food Additive In Candy Causes Adverse Health Effects in Mice Study

A common food additive, recently banned in France but allowed in the U.S. and many other countries, was found to significantly alter gut microbiota in mice, causing inflammation in the colon and changes in protein expression in the liver, according to research led by a University of Massachusetts Amherst food scientist.

 

FDA Criticized as COVID Tests Still not Accurate, But U.S. Starts Second Lockdown Anyway

The corporate media news cycle this week is once again promoting fear in the American population by claiming that COVID cases are again on the rise in “hot spots,” prompting calls for more lockdowns and other measures, including many states now requiring people to wear face masks in public.

 

The secretive government agency planting 'cyanide bombs' across the US

If you haven’t heard of the US agency that placed the bomb, you’re not alone.

 

Coronavirus prevention: These 9 sanitizers from Mexican company contain TOXIC methanol, cautions FDA

As coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to infect people throughout the globe, health experts advise the public to practice social distancing and wash their hands thoroughly using soap and water to help prevent further infections.

 

All COVID-19 vaccines to be made with aborted human fetal cells

If you or someone you know is anxiously waiting for a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine to hit the market, just know that all of the top contenders are being formulated with ingredients made from aborted human fetal cells.

 

Researchers identify more than 100 toxic chemicals in cannabis smoke

University of Alberta engineering researchers have characterized the potentially hazardous particles in cannabis smoke and have raised awareness about their potential health effects.

 

The unthinkable has happened: DCFS removes child from home because the parent had covid-19

The LA County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) successfully convinced a judge to remove a child from a home because his parent tested positive for COVID-19. Is this the “new normal?”

 

High Blood Pressure May Double Your Risk of Dying From COVID

In the top 10 leading causes of death listed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, diabetes and high blood pressure contribute to or are the cause of five — heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes and kidney disease. In 2017, the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association redefined the parameters for high blood pressure.

 

First Vaccinations Begin in Africa for COVID-19 Trials

A COVID-19 vaccine trial has begun in South Africa, Britain and Brazil. Even though the African continent had what health officials called a “late start” to the Sars-CoV-2 pandemic, there are now nearly 325,000 cases.

 

What kind of bee is that bee? Exotic Bee ID website expanded

Exotic Bee ID, a website created through a collaborative effort between the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and Utah State University (USU) to help identify non-native bees in the United States, has been expanded to include more information and species.

 

Spider baby boom in a warmer Arctic

Climate change leads to longer growing seasons in the Arctic. A new study, which has just been published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, shows that predators like wolf spiders respond to the changing conditions and have been able to produce two clutches of offspring during the short Arctic summer.​

 

How Drug Industry Is Countering Diminishing Vaccine Uptake

As lockdowns have kept people at home and out of medical facilities, infant vaccination rates have dropped.​

 

Bayer-Monsanto Chalks Up Court Victory to Take Cancer Warning Off Roundup™-Glyphosate in California, Makes Case for Fundamental Overhaul of Pesticide Law

A court decision in California, challenging a cancer warning on products containing the weed killer glyphosate, highlights the distinct ways in which scientific findings are applied under regulatory standards, in toxic tort cases evaluated by juries, and by consumers in the marketplace.

 

Locusts are putting 5 million people at risk of starvation – and that’s without COVID-19

The most serious desert locust outbreak in 70 years could leave nearly 5 million people in East Africa facing starvation, according to the International Rescue Committee (IRC).

 

New Zealand Glacier Has Lost Enough Ice to Provide Country Drinking Water for Three Years

A glacier in New Zealand is believed to have lost so much ice over the last three years that it could provide drinking water for every resident of the country over the same period, a research institute announced Wednesday.

 

Video: You're using disinfectants wrong. Here's what you actually need to do

Sure, you've got a product that says "kills germs" under your sink, but will it really destroy the new coronavirus on surfaces?

 

Forest Bathing for Immune Support

Forest bathing, an ancient Japanese medicinal treatment used to reduce stress and anxiety, has recently been studied for its therapeutic effects on the immune system. Researchers have determined that spending time in nature effectively improves immune response by increasing natural killer cell production.​

 

A Book Review—Children of the Cure: Missing Data, Lost Lives and Antidepressants

Subjecting children to antidepressant drugs that did not outperform sugar pills and that increased suicidality would seem to have been an ill-advised medical intervention for unhappy kids. But that’s what happened when GlaxoSmithKline promoted pediatric use of paroxetine, popularly known as Paxil. David Healy and his co-authors provide an insider view of just how this happened.

 

War is Good for Business and Organized Crime: Afghanistan’s Multibillion Dollar Opium Trade. Rising Heroin Addiction in the US

In December 2019, the Washington Post released a reviews of The Afghanistan Papers. A series of interviews and documents “compiled in secret” and then the subject of a “legal challenge” from the US government. The WaPo baldly called it: “A secret history of the war”.

 

More Gates-Funded “Brave New World” Science: Fake Breast Milk

Technocrat Bill Gates has received a lot of attention for his global health policy prescriptions related to COVID-19 lockdowns and vaccines. The tycoon’s enthusiasm for experimental biotech injections should come as no surprise, given his longstanding global investments in vaccine-focused organizations and programs. However, Mr. Gates also funds numerous other initiatives, all of which—like his vaccine efforts—feature a near-evangelical belief in the power of science and technology to do Mother ​

 

Highly acidic foods can increase breast cancer recurrence and mortality among past smokers

Fresh and processed meats, cheese, eggs, sugary food, soft drinks, and grains are acid-producing foods. For cancer survivors who have a reduced capacity to process such foods that produce sulfuric, phosphoric, or organic acids, it can increase their mortality risk trifold if they also smoked in the past, a new study found.

 

Car crashes deadlier as drivers speed during lockdowns

Coronavirus lockdowns led to huge reductions in traffic and fewer car crashes this spring, but as drivers sped up on quieter roads, the collisions became deadlier in several cities, a Reuters analysis shows.

 

Police Robots Are Being Used For Social Distancing Control

Covid-19 is accelerating the adoption of police robots in several cities such as Tunis in Tunisia, Guangzhou in China, and Chennai in India.

 

Schools MUST go “Back to Normal” in the Fall—A Scientist’s Perspective

This is a letter from Renata Dziak, a Canadian forensic scientist trained in immunology and microbiology (and the mother of two children), explaining in detail, on the basis of (real) science, why schools should reopen as usual, without smaller classes, “social distancing” or face masks.

 

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 Meta-Analysis Raises Doubts That Masks Work To Prevent COVID Infection and Transmission

A newly released meta-analysis on the use of face masks for reducing the transmission of viral respiratory infections within community settings shows the evidence for their effectiveness is equivocal at best.

 

Effects from low-level concentrations of harmful chemicals preserved in three generations of fish

Fish exposed to very low levels of chemicals commonly found in waterways can pass the impacts on to future generations that were never directly exposed to the chemicals, according to Oregon State University researchers.

 

FDA sought ‘fresh and never frozen’ aborted baby parts for years, documents show

Another batch of documents obtained by the conservative legal watchdog group Judicial Watch is shedding more light on the US Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) past involvement in unethical research, particularly its “humanized mice” experiments using tissue derived from aborted babies.

 

Bill Gates’ wife: ‘Black…indigenous people’ should get COVID vaccine first

As work continues on developing a vaccine for COVID-19, left-wing philanthropist Melinda Gates says that “black people” and “indigenous people” in America should be immunized against the virus before whites."

 

Artificial breast milk firm that offers an environmentally-friendly alternative to baby formula gets $3.5 million from investment fund backed by Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg

An artificial breast milk start-up that offers a green alternative to baby formula has received $3.5 million (£2.8m) from an investment fund co-founded by Bill Gates.

 

Sahara dust cloud looms over Cuba, Caribbean and Florida

A massive cloud of Saharan dust darkened much of Cuba on Wednesday and began to affect air quality in Florida, sparking warnings to people with respiratory illnesses to stay home.

 

Coconut Water Reduces Body Weight and Blood Sugar

Fresh coconut water is a staple in many diets around the world, including those of India and other tropical countries. But it goes beyond being a refreshing, thirst-quenching drink. Here's a rundown of its research-backed benefits, such as decreased blood glucose and body weight for improved health.​

 

Children who live in cities plagued by air pollution and 'unwalkable' infrastructure are more likely to suffer from obesity, study shows

Children who live in cities plagued by air pollution, a high population density, 'unwalkable' infrastructure and have parents who smoke are more likely to be obese, a study has revealed.

 

Summer sunlight can kill coronavirus in just 30 MINUTES, virologists find

Sunlight can kill the coronavirus in just 30 minutes, according to a study that comes as the UK gears up for its hottest week of the year.

 

Do You HAVE To Wear a COVID-19 Mask at Work?

Doctors and Nurses: Wearing Masks Is Harmful in Several Ways! explains that many medical professionals are warning that wearing a mask is not only not necessary and not helpful – it can be very harmful in a number of ways.

 

Eat these foods to protect the skin from sun damage

People tend to spend more time outside during the hot summer months, and this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The skin needs sunlight to produce vitamin D, an essential micronutrient that helps maintain optimal immunity and bone health.

 

Demand for plant-based protein rising amid COVID-19 pandemic

Consumer habits are changing due to the ongoing pandemic. Besides cleaning out toilet paper aisles and going organic, more and more people are opting for plant-based meat substitutes.

 

Microplastics Found in Antarctica's Food Chain for First Time

For the first time, scientists have discovered microplastics inside small organisms living in the soil in Antarctica, according to a new study published on Wednesday.

 

Reducing the Environmental Footprint of Your Home and Laboratory

With summer around the corner, many homes and laboratories are turning their air conditioning units to full blast, hoping to stay cool in the hottest months of the year.

 

Black women may face particular risk from pollution and climate change during pregnancy

A new study suggests that pregnant Black women are at the highest risk for adverse birth outcomes due to the environmental effects of climate change and pollution.

 

Short-term exposure to low level air pollution can affect gene expression

New data from a landmark study by Monash University researchers raises concerns that even short-term exposure to low level air pollution can affect gene expression, leaving us at risk of diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.

 

15,000 Gallon Oil Spill Threatens River and Drinking Water in Native Alaskan Village

Around 15,000 gallons of fuel oil spilled in a Native Alaskan village Saturday, threatening a nearby river and the local drinking water supply.

 

Five ways mega-dams harm the environment

Dams are often touted as environmentally friendly. Although they do represent a renewable source of energy, a closer look reveals that they are far from green.

 

New process could safeguard water quality, environment and health

A research team at Swansea University have developed a new method for fast removal and detection of wastewater pollutants that come from everyday pharmaceuticals like paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin, which could help minimize their impact on the environment.

 

The other plague: Locusts are devastating East Africa

The worst locust outbreak in generations has descended upon East Africa and the Horn of Africa. Without immediate action, 4.9 million people could face starvation this summer.

 

Bayer-Monsanto Agrees to $10B Settlement With Victims Poisoned by Roundup Weedkiller

In a settlement reached today, Bayer AG agreed to pay $10 billion over claims its signature herbicide Roundup causes cancer in people, according to a report by Reuters.

 

EWG Investigation: Across Farm Country, Nitrate Pollution of Drinking Water for More Than 20 Million Americans Is Getting Worse

In much of America’s farm country, nitrate contamination of drinking water, largely caused by polluted runoff from crop fields, poses a serious health risk – and the problem is getting worse, according to an Environmental Working Group analysis of data from 10 states.

 

Many BPA-Free Plastics Are Toxic. Some Are Worse Than BPA

Plastics are everywhere. They’re in our clothes. They’re in our furniture. They’re even in our food, seeping in through all manner of bags, boxes, wrappings, liners and seals. Rip open any package and microplastic bits flood out.

 

‘Murder hornets’: race to protect North America's honeybees from giant invader

The Asian giant hornet, Vespa mandarinia, is built to dominate an ecosystem: its massive orange head is equipped with sharp jaws to slice through prey.

 

In Final Decision, EPA Fails to Protect Public From Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Consumer Products

This week the Environmental Protection Agency finalized a rule regulating the toxic fluorinated chemicals known as PFAS in consumer products. True to form for the Trump administration, the rule significantly weakens a public health protection proposed under the Obama administration.

 

Stanford: Median Infection Rate For Under Age 70 Is Just 0.04%, Average 0.26%

A scientist known for his contrarian takes to dire COVID-19 predictions has released a paper claiming that antibody evidence suggests the median coronavirus infection fatality rate for those under 70 is just 0.04%.

 

Estimating the Risk of Death from COVID-19 vs. Influenza or Pneumonia by Age

As Americans struggle to understand the risks of COVID-19 relative to other infectious diseases, a common benchmark is influenza, commonly known as the flu. So what is the relative risk of dying from COVID-19 vs. the flu? The answer: it depends on your age, and also your assumptions about how deadly COVID-19 will turn out to be.

 

Gilead Drug Remdesivir Increasing Hospital Stays

Florida is seeing an “explosion” in COVID-19 cases, especially in younger people, but they are less sick than before, with a fraction of patients on ventilators compared to the number earlier in the year.​

 

Why Social Distancing Should Not Be the New Normal

According to some, Bill Gates prominently among them, social distancing is part of “the new normal.” Alas, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest social distancing and lockdowns will not be necessary at all, and were probably a bad idea in the first place.

 

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., On Coming COVID Vaccines

The COVID-19 pandemic has been at the top of international news headlines for several months now. Stay-at-home orders and restrictions on our daily lives, including a ban on attending Catholic Mass and receiving the sacraments, have been issued in the name of protecting the public health. At the same time, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, recently promoted the idea of a mass vaccination campaign for COVID-19 when he said to Chris Wallace on April 5, 2020, on Fox News Sunday, “It is fair to say things won’t go back to truly normal until we have a vaccine that we’ve gotten out to basically the entire world.”

 

Communities Ban Biosolid (Sewage Sludge) Use As Researchers Investigate Whether It Can Contain Covid-19

Communities across the U.S. are restricting the use of biosolids (sewage sludge) in their jurisdictions, as researchers at Michigan Tech plan to study whether Covid-19 can persist in wastewater and sewage sludge.

 

Air pollution major risk for cardiovascular disease regardless of country income, says study

From low-income countries to high-income countries, long-term exposure to fine particulate outdoor air pollution is a major contributor to cardiovascular disease and death, a new Oregon State University study found.

 

Let’s fact-check Reuters: they say DNA vaccines don’t change your genetic makeup—true or false?

As my readers know, I’ve been reporting on new types of technology that could be used in a coming COVID-19 vaccine—and warning about the consequences.

 

Prenatal stress associated with infant gut microbes

Mother's chronic prenatal psychological distress and elevated hair cortisol concentrations are associated with gut microbiota composition of the infant, according to a new publication from the FinnBrain research project of the University of Turku, Finland. The results help to better understand how prenatal stress can be connected to infant growth and development. The study has been published in the Psychoneuroendocrinology journal.

 

FEWER CHILDREN DYING DURING COVID?

SPECIAL REPORT: Data shows deaths are up over previous years. At the same time, childhood mortality is down over 30%. What is behind this dramatic decline in child death?

 

Scientists: Covid-19 Vaccine May Not Work For At-Risk Older People

Another scientist from Imperial College London is suggesting that children must be vaccinated for COVID-19 in order to protect the elderly.

 

Team develops eco-friendly, flame-retardant carbon plastic ideal for recycling

A flame-retardant carbon-fiber-reinforced composite material has been developed. Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) announced that a research team from its Institute of Advanced Composite Materials, headed by Dr. Yong chae Jung used plant-originated tannic acid to develop a flame-retardant carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP), and also presented a method for its eco-friendly recycling.

 

Dimethylsulfoniopropionate concentration in coral reef invertebrates

New research highlights the effect of benthic assemblages on the sulfur metabolism of coral and giant clam species. The research was conducted at CRIOBE and ENTROPIE research units, with the collaboration of the Swire Institute of Marine Science of The University of Hong Kong (SWIMS, HKU), Paris-Saclay UVSQ University, The Cawthron Institute (New Zealand) and The University of French Polynesia. The findings were recently published in the journal Scientific Reports.

 

Concerns rise about toxic disinfectants in buildings

Toxicologists and healthy building advocates are raising concerns about an overemphasis on disinfectants as a silver bullet in the fight against coronavirus in indoor spaces.

 

Gear treated with 'forever chemicals' poses risk to firefighters

Firefighters face occupational hazards on a daily basis. Now, new research shows they face additional risk just by gearing up.

 

The Arctic is on fire: Siberian heat wave alarms scientists

The Arctic is feverish and on fire—at least parts of it are. And that's got scientists worried about what it means for the rest of the world.

 

Judge Blocks California From Putting Cancer Warning on Roundup

A federal judge in California ruled on Monday that the state cannot put a cancer warning on the label of the popular herbicide Roundup, as The Associated Press reported.

 

COVID-19 is laying waste to many US recycling programs

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the U.S. recycling industry. Waste sources, quantities and destinations are all in flux, and shutdowns have devastated an industry that was already struggling.

 

High levels of arsenic found in US Whole Foods’ bottled water brand

Bottled water manufactured by Whole Foods and sold in most of its US stores and on Amazon contains potentially harmful levels of arsenic, according to new tests by Consumer Reports (CR).

 

ARCHITECTING THE BEAST SYSTEM: AI Control of Food Supply

Forces are working to take total control of every drop of oil extracted from the ground, every fish caught from the sea, and every last bean harvested.

 

Plastic Pollution Spawned by Pandemic Already Hitting the Oceans

A new kind of plastic has been showing up in the oceans in recent months—personal protective equipment—joining the discarded plastic straws, bags and other detritus polluting the waters.

 

Another New Study Points to the Dangers of Geoengineering the Climate

A new study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is adding to the growing list of concerns around the controversial science of geoengineering.

 

Coronavirus surges in Texas: Houston hospitals at max capacity in 11 days… 5,000 new cases per day… YOUNG people now hit the hardest

There is a real-world cost for complacency, and with many Texans now foolishly declaring the coronavirus a complete hoax, complacency has set in. Thanks to that complacency — and recent left-wing Black Lives Matter protests in Texas cities — confirmed COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are rising in Texas at an unprecedented rate.

 

Intimidation and Suppression of Inconvenient Knowledge

These comments follow on the disappointing failure of Prof Kaye ‘UN Special Rapporteur for the Promotion and Protection of Freedom of Opinion and Freedom of Expression’ to respond to two respectful letters complaining about the arbitrary use of terms like “misinformation” and “disinformation” for information which is likely just inconvenient for corporate global interests, global agencies and the policies of governments. I also protested at the use the of term “anti-vaccinationist” as catch-all hate speech for anyone who criticizes vaccine products, programs or the lobby.

 

Fluoride Toxicity Trial Update

The landmark federal trial pitting Fluoride Action Network (FAN) and others against the US EPA over water fluoridation came to a dramatic turning point Wednesday.

 

Colorado Gets Re-Education Classes for Parents Who Refuse to Vaccinate Their Kids

Colorado’s SB-163 bill is set to be passed by the state’s Democrat-controlled Congress, after which it will head to the governor’s desk. Colorado Governor Democrat Jared Polis, who opposed a similar bill last year, has already pledged to sign the new legislation. The bill doesn’t just mandate classes for “anti-vaxxers.” It also dictates that medical professionals must give vaccinations even if they believe the immunizations are not in the child’s best interest.

 

Single Gene Edit To Human Embryos Sees Disturbing Unintended Consequences

Technocrat and Transhuman geneticists who would like to create Humanity 2.0, still don’t have a clue about the complexity and intricacy of the human genome. One opposing scientist says, “This is a restraining order for all genome editors to stay the living daylights away from embryo editing.”

 

Food deliveries during virus lockdown fuel Thailand plastic usage

Single-use plastic waste in Thailand ballooned during the coronavirus lockdown as demand for home food deliveries soared, activists say, setting back efforts to reduce the country's dependency on the environmental scourge.

 

Virus crisis gives throwaway plastic a new lease on life

Just when you thought it was beyond the social and environmental pale, single-use plastic is making a comeback, be it for throwaway facemasks, gloves or shrink-wrapped vegetables.

 

How the High Death Rate in Care Homes Was Created on Purpose

Rosemary Frei has an M.Sc in molecular biology from a faculty of medicine and was a freelance medical journalist for 22 years. She is now an independent journalist in Canada. In her recent article, "Were conditions for high death rates at Care Homes created on purpose?" she examines how all of the rules and guidelines pertaining to elderly care, death certification and treatment of bodies in Ontario have been changed during the course of this "crisis" in order to increase the numbers reported "dying of COVID."

 

Physical activity prevents almost four million early deaths worldwide each year

At least 3.9 million early deaths are being averted worldwide every year by people being physically active, according to a new study published in The Lancet Global Health today by researchers at the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh.

 

Eating a high-quality diet, regular exercise and not smoking may slash risk of Alzheimer's disease by 60 PER CENT

A combination of different healthy lifestyle habits such as being physically active, not smoking and a high-quality diet can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's.

 

Ibuprofen and naproxen 'may worsen Covid-19' and raise the risk of death for hospitalised patients, study finds

Ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory painkillers could make hospital patients with coronavirus more likely to die, according to a study.

 

Regenerative Ranching in a Pandemic

Coronavirus is hitting the meat industry hard. It’s impacting workers in meatpacking facilities, many of whom are getting sick and dying.

 

Pork Industry’s COVID-19 Response Demonstrates Innate Brutality of Factory Farming

The culling of pigs during COVID-19 hardly compares in scale to the misery of the 75 million pigs currently held on U.S. factory farms, or the anguish of the more than 300,000 pigs slaughtered every day.​

 

Deep cleanings may be toxic, ineffective; atmosphere greater transmitter of coronavirus than surfaces

Businesses have been seen displaying signs that read: "We are closed for deep cleaning." But environmental experts said they're trying to find out if those "deep cleanings' do more harm than good.

 

Household Pesticide Exposure Associated with the Risk of Developing Depression Symptoms

Residential exposure to household pesticide products increases the risk of developing symptoms associated with depression, according to a study published in Environmental Research by researchers at Medical College of Georgia—Augusta University, School of Medicine—Jinan University, and Guangzhou Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), China.

 

Agroforestry is ‘Win Win’ for Bees and Crops, Study Shows

Planting woody plant species alongside crops could double the number of insect pollinators helping farmers produce food, new research has demonstrated for the first time.

 

FOOD CRISIS: “Things Are About to Get Much Worse”

Our food system is being systematically destroyed in order to pave the way for a new, FAKE FOOD system of control. UN officials warn that we are now entering Phase 2: “Food Crisis and Economic Collapse,” as Germany shuts down its largest beef and pork processing plant, the Netherlands starts culling animals for “fear of coronavirus spread,” and the US shuts 60+ food processing plants.

 

Extreme Heat Is Killing Americans While Government Neglect Increases the Danger

Extreme heat fueled by climate change killed more than 10,000 deaths in the U.S. between 1999 and 2016, more than hurricanes, tornadoes or floods in most years, an investigation by multiple outlets revealed.

 

Citing PFAS, Key Senators Oppose Trump’s Consumer Safety Nominee

Pointing to her efforts to limit regulation of PFAS in consumer products, Sens. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.V.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) today announced they would oppose President Trump's nominee to chair the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Nancy Beck.

 

Scotland to ban mass culling of mountain hares

Gamekeepers and grouse moor managers will be banned from mass culling mountain hares after Scottish ministers bowed to intense pressure from conservationists.

 

Wood heaters too dirty to sell are clean enough to give to tribes, says EPA

Wood heaters that US regulators have deemed too dirty to sell can now be donated to tribal nations and Appalachian communities, under a program organized by a trade group and the Environmental Protection Agency.

 

Oxford Experts: "There Is No Scientific Evidence For COVID Two-Meter-Rule"

It’s become a farce of historic proportions. As a general rule, the government has resisted any demands by businesses to reduce the government’s arbitrary limit from 2 metres to 1 metre. This would have greatly helped businesses to avoid expensive health and safety compliance and reopen this summer.​

 

Seven Best Foods and Supplements to Enhance Your Immune System

Hoping to improve your immune system? Look no further than these seven foods and supplements, which have been clinically proven to enhance immunity, improving your response to a variety of illnesses and infections. By adding them to your daily meals or weekly regimen, you can easily and affordably strengthen your immune response.

 

'Worst outbreak ever': Nearly a million pigs culled in Nigeria due to swine fever

Hundreds of thousands of pigs have been culled by Nigerian farmers in response to an explosion of African swine fever (ASF). The outbreak began around Lagos and parts of neighbouring Ogun state earlier this year, pig farmers say, but has now spread to many other parts of the country.

 

Plan to release genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida gets go-ahead

A plan to release a horde of 750 million genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida and Texas is a step closer to fruition after a state regulator approved the idea, over the objections of many environmentalists.​

 

Survey Says One-Third Are Depressed or Anxious

The COVID-19 pandemic has morphed into something much greater than a viral illness alone. The fear, uncertainty, social isolation and financial devastation that have come along with it are now creating the perfect storm for mental health issues, and a pandemic-triggered mental health crisis is expected.​

 

Terrifying chart shows how Covid-19 patients who end up in hospital may be almost certain to die if they have a vitamin D deficiency

Nearly 99 per cent of Covid-19 patients who are vitamin D deficient die, according to a terrifying study that adds to mounting evidence that the 'sunshine' nutrient could be a coronavirus life-saver. ​

 

Neuroscientist: Up to 80% Are Not Even Susceptible to COVID-19

Just one month ago, the idea that most people aren’t susceptible to Covid-19 — perhaps the overwhelming majority — was considered dangerous denialism.

 

How Fear of a Virus Changed Our World

The co-founder and president of the oldest and largest consumer-led non-profit in the U.S. publishing information to prevent vaccine injuries and deaths through public education analyzes and offers perspective on the historic response to the COVID-19 pandemic by governments, the pharmaceutical industry, and the public. Anchored with more than 200 references, this commentary can be read on NVIC.org.​

 

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.: Questions and Answers with Dr. Theresa Deisher

On June 15th, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. interviewed the founder and president of Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, Dr. Theresa Deisher, on the use of aborted fetal tissue in vaccines. Mr. Kennedy and Dr. Deisher covered a wide range of topics including which vaccines contain human fetal tissue, what the existing research tells us in terms of health risks, and what alternatives might be used in place of human DNA in vaccines.

 

Flushing toilets can spread coronavirus: report

There’s no good way to be infected by coronavirus, but this may be the worst. Particles sent into the air by excrement being flushed down a toilet could spread the virus fueling the pandemic, according to researchers at China’s Yangzhou University, who published their findings in the Journal of Fluids.​

 

In 'Major Breakthrough,' Oxford Researchers Say Cheap, Available Steroid Can Save Lives From Coronavirus

For the first time, scientists have found evidence that a drug can significantly help save the lives of people severely ill with COVID-19, and it's a medicine that is both cheap and widely available. ​

 

Could the cure for IBD be inside your mouth?

While many people put off their regular trips to the dentist, recent research has shown that the consequences of doing so may go beyond cavities and root canals. From heart disease to diabetes, poor oral health is often a reflection of a person's overall health and may even be the cause of systemic disease.

 

Cash Will Be The Biggest COVID-19 Casualty

Currency to an economic system is like blood to your body. Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, wars against the cash of Free Enterprise in order to transition to Fintech and the new economic system.​

 

Why Is Bill Gates Thrilled? FDA Bans Hydroxychloroquine For Covid!

Big pharma is thrilled today after the FDA has rescinded permission for the emergency use of hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of Covid-19.

 

NEW STUDY: ‘GLYPHOSATE IN PREGNANCY CAUSES AUTISM BEHAVIORS’

Is maternal exposure to glyphosate causing autism? Zen Honeycutt details the connection, its presence in vaccines, and how to act now.

 

Tesla Model S is now the first electric car with an EPA-certified range of more than 400-miles

Tesla has become the first electric car company to offer 400 miles of range on one battery charge.

 

Documentary: Bayer and the bees

Insecticides are sometimes necessary in farming. But some substances, like neonicotinoids, kill not only pests but bees as well. Now the Bayer Group, one of the main manufacturers of these pesticides, is coming under pressure.

 

Ethiopia to Plant 5 Billion Tree Seedlings in 2020

Ethiopia has set out to plant 5 billion tree seedlings this year. The planting is part of the country's larger reforestation initiative spearheaded by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.

 

New research creates neutralizing sponge for dangerous chemicals

Dr. Simon Holder, Reader in Organic Chemistry at the University of Kent (UK) and Dr. Barry Blight, Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of New Brunswick (Canada), have developed a new method for containing and deactivating neurotoxic chemicals like VX and sarin.

 

Having good heart health in your 50s lowers dementia risk later in life, say researchers

According to a recent study published in the journal The BMJ, maintaining good heart health in your 50s can help lower your risk of dementia as you age.

 

5G and EMF Concern: Around the World in 80 Ways (or more)

Let’s say that you read the mainstream news back during the tobacco years, not noticing that the magazines are full of tobacco ads and pro-tobacco writings.

 

Honeybee queens don't just buzz but also ‘quack’ when they are ready to hatch from the hive and ‘toot’ when they want workers to imprison other queens, study shows

Honeybee queens fill hives with a symphony to tell workers when they are ready to emerge and leave the nest to found new colonies, a study has revealed.

 

Why we'll still need waste in a circular economy

Every year, we buy 30 billion tonnes of stuff, from pizza boxes to family homes. We throw out or demolish 13 billion tonnes of it as waste—about 2 tonnes per person. A third of what we discard was bought the same year. The extraction, use and discarding of so much stuff creates a large environmental burden, from the depletion of minerals to the destruction of rainforests.

 

Dyson to recruit army of city dwellers to wear its 'air quality backpacks' while travelling and exercising to compare pollution levels during and after the coronavirus lockdown

Dyson is recruiting an army of city dwellers to wear its 'air quality backpacks' to reveal how pollution levels change during and after lockdown.

 

Honeybee Lives Shortened After Exposure to Two Widely Used Pesticides

The lives of honeybees are shortened – with evidence of physiological stress – when they are exposed to the suggested application rates of two commercially available and widely used pesticides, according to new Oregon State University research.

 

Exposure to air pollution impairs cellular energy metabolism

Exposure to air particulate matter impairs the metabolism of olfactory mucosal cells, according to a recent study from the University of Eastern Finland.

 

Premature epigenomic aging acts like a 'sleeper cell' that is awakened by Western-style diet

The epigenome is sometimes referred to as the "software" or "operating system" of the genome.

 

Half of the world's population exposed to increasing air pollution, study shows

Half of the world's population is exposed to increasing air pollution, new research has shown.

 

Toxic Flame Retardants Can Spread From Your Electronics To Your Hands, Study Warns

Amid all the worry about the spread of viruses, a new study says there’s another dangerous substance you should want to keep off your hands.

 

Atmospheric CO2 levels rise sharply despite Covid-19 lockdowns

Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have risen strongly to a new peak this year, despite the impact of the global effects of the coronavirus crisis.

 

Using A Smartphone Can Cause Structural Differences In Your Brain – New Study

Children entering into the world today are being birthed into a sea of technology that their parents never grew up with. As a result, we don’t really know the long-term consequences these technologies could have on these generations as they age.

 

Court Victory on Three Dicamba Weed Killers Underscores the Need to Reform Pesticide Law

The June 3 decision in a high-profile “dicamba case” — against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and for the plaintiffs, a coalition of conservation groups — was huge news in environmental advocacy, agriculture, and agrochemical circles.

 

How The Consumer Products Safety Nominee Weakened Regulation of ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Consumer Products

There are many reasons for the Senate to oppose President Trump’s nominee to chair the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Nancy Beck.

 

Living 4D with Paul Chek - The Future of Health and Wellness is Now!

Are you concerned about the future of whole health alternatives to the standard allopathic treatment model?

 

The COVID-19 Nursing Home Massacre

The number of nursing homes has remained relatively stable since the Kaiser Family Foundation began publishing data in 2003. In 2018 there were 52 million people over the age of 65 and about 1.4 million who lived in nursing homes in 2019. In this video, the chief compliance officer of CommuniCare talks about the processes in place in their senior care facilities to combat COVID-19.

 

Open Letter to Food Producers: We Need You to Do a Better Job Than the FDA!

Dear Food Producers, During the ongoing impacts of the pandemic, economic uncertainty, and unequal access to healthy food, we need more integrity and safety in our food supply, not less. Whenever there are job losses and lack of insurance many families are less likely to call an ambulance or get hospital care during a food allergy reaction, increasing the risk of death.

 

Taking it to the Streets—Peaceful Protest in Albany As NYSBA Walks Back COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Recommendation

Saturday, June 13, was a good day. Several hundred members of the health freedom community gathered peacefully in Albany, NY to commemorate the first anniversary of the repeal of the religious exemption to vaccination, to protest the proposal of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) to mandate Covid-19 vaccines, and to participate in #ExposeBillGates day. By any measure, the day was a success.​

 

54 NIH scientists resign or fired over secret foreign ties, 93% connected to China

“An ongoing inquiry by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) into grantees’ failures to disclose foreign ties has resulted in the firings and resignations of 54 scientists,” according to The Epoch Times. The NIH investigation has investigated 189 scientists for undisclosed foreign ties, with 93 percent of the hidden funding coming from China.

 

Half of Earth's ice-free land remains unaltered by humans and can still be protected with swift conservation measures, study shows

About half of Earth's ice-free land remains unaltered by humans and can still be protected with swift conservation measures, a new study shows.

 

Turning faces into thermostats: Autonomous HVAC system could provide more comfort with less energy

As lockdown requirements ease, COVID-19 is changing the way we use indoor spaces. That presents challenges for those who manage those spaces, from homes to offices and factories.

 

Researcher drops bombshell, says 1.2 million Americans may still die from COVID-19

The United States may be facing a far more grim outcome in its fight against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study.

 

The New World Order Of Contact Tracing

As the world emerges from lockdown due to the pandemic, many peculiarities exist that have led a growing number of people to question whether the pandemic is real or orchestrated in some way, and if the latter is true, toward what end?

 

COVID-19 pandemic could decimate outdoor environmental, science education programs

The COVID-19 pandemic threatens the survival of organizations nationwide that provide critical outdoor environmental and science education to K-12 students, with an alarming 63% of such groups uncertain about their ability to ever reopen their doors, according to a study released this week by the Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California, Berkeley.

 

Beetle that can survive in volcanic areas inspires new cooling materials

A type of beetle capable of regulating its body temperature in some of the hottest places on Earth is the centerpiece of new research with major potential implications for cooling everything from buildings to electronic devices in an environmentally friendly manner.

 

Top Pharma-Brand of Children’s Vitamins Contains Aspartame, GMOs, & Other Hazardous Chemicals

The #1 Children’s Vitamin Brand in the US contains ingredients that most parents would never intentionally expose their children to, so why aren’t more opting for healthier alternatives?

 

Accelerating biological systems design for sustainable biomanufacturing

Northwestern University synthetic biologists have developed a new rapid-prototyping system to accelerate the design of biological systems, reducing the time to produce sustainable biomanufacturing products from months to weeks.

 

James Corbett Documents the Collapse of the COVID-1984 Narrative — Interview with Gary Null

Gary Null interviews James Corbett for his radio program on the dramatic collapse of the coronavirus narrative.

 

How scientists turned the world’s highest mountain into a climate laboratory

During April and May last year, a multi-disciplinary team of more than 30 biologists, glaciologists, geologists, meteorologists, and geographers fanned out across Everest’s southern flank, conducting fieldwork high on the mountain, as well as across the Khumbu Valley.

 

Saying No to the ‘New Normal’

Sometimes a video can communicate important political ideas very well and quickly. That is the case with the two-minute video “No New Normal” at the Essential People YouTube page.

 

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”. However, it is not simply a matter of health measures as it appears from the title.

 

Towards a Digital Police State? Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair Calls for Coronavirus Digital IDs to Prove ‘Disease Status’

Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for the creation of digital IDs to track “disease status” as part of the plans for restarting international travel after the global coronavirus crisis.​

 

Technocracy In Venezuela: Biometric Data To Buy Fuel

Marxist Socialism thoroughly destroyed a once prosperous nation, but out of the ashes, we see the green shoots of Technocracy. The careful rationing of energy has always been central to Technocracy.

 

New hope for a coronavirus vaccine as Chinese company Sinovac's shot triggered an antibody response in more than 90% of patients, early data suggests

A Chinese company is reporting positive early data from human trials of its vaccine candidate against the novel coronavirus.

 

Majority of Americans Say They Won’t Use COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps

A new study has revealed that 71% of Americans won’t download a COVID contact tracing app, citing people don’t trust the technology to protect their digital privacy.

 

Spectacular bird's-eye view? Hummingbirds see diverse colors humans can only imagine

To find food, dazzle mates, escape predators and navigate diverse terrain, birds rely on their excellent color vision.

 

Here’s Why COVID-19 Can Spread So Easily at Gyms and Fitness Classes

One of the main concerns health experts have about COVID-19 is how readily it can spread through the air via respiratory droplets, especially in confined spaces.

 

Researchers in the Arctic Ocean map undersea methane pockets distributed across a 250-million-year-old 'fault zone' that could accelerate ice sheet withdrawal with future ruptures

Researchers in the Arctic Ocean have discovered a massive network of undersea faults that have been slowly leaking methane, which are believed to be contributing to the withdrawal of ice sheets in the region.

 

Norway ends virus tracing app over privacy concerns

Norway has suspended use of its smartphone app meant to track and trace coronavirus contagions after a public spat between health authorities and the information watchdog.

 

Rush to Disinfect Offices Has Some Environmental Health Experts Worried

Businesses across the U.S. have begun intensive Covid-19 disinfection regimens, exposing returning workers and consumers to some chemicals that are largely untested for human health, a development that’s alarming health and environmental safety experts.

 

Plastic superhighway: the awful truth of our hidden ocean waste

More than 50% of what Ocean Legacy collects along the west coast of North and Central America is foam, a puffed plastic made mostly of air and polystyrene – a liquid hydrocarbon that is likely carcinogenic.​

 

A $1.1 million hospital bill after surviving the coronavirus?

After he nearly died from Covid-19, Michael Flor probably thought he couldn’t be shocked by much else. He had survived a battle with a deadly virus that had killed more than 100,000 people across America.​

 

5 Sunscreen Myths Debunked

Since EWG released its first Guide to Sunscreens more than a decade ago, many things about the products have changed. But myths about sunscreens persist.

 

Three Strategies to Prevent Osteoporosis and Build Strong Bones

Simple alternatives to osteoporosis drug therapies can keep your bones healthy and help to prevent bone fractures.

 

Study Shows Majority of People Are Already Resistant to SARS-CoV-2

A new study has found that Sars-Cov-2, the virus linked to Covid19, maybe five times more widespread than previously thought, and therefore five times less deadly.

 

Pesticide Incident Prompts Dog Owner Warning about Flea and Tick Chemicals

A dog owner in southern Florida is warning other owners about the safety of flea and tick medication after his dog suffered a seizure and lost mobility in her back legs.

 

EXCLUSIVE: FDA running covert “Quack Hack” program to harass and intimidate nutrition-oriented small businesses across America

The FDA is running a covert program called “Quack Hack” that is designed to harass and interfere with small businesses that are engaged in nutritional products, reveals Maryam Henein of HoneyColony.com.​

 

The Sun Killed COVID

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s provisional death counts for COVID-19 show a striking change. While starting at zero in February 2020 and spiking up to more than 5,000 deaths per week for the oldest age range (85 and over) and 111 among 25- to 34-year-olds in late April, they’ve plummeted.

 

SARS-CoV-2 Origin — Deadliest Cover-Up in Human History

Chinese authorities have finally admitted SARS-CoV-2 did not originate in a Wuhan wet market,1 but that’s about as far as we’ve gotten to getting an official answer to the question about where the virus came from. Many valid questions are being raised, and have continued to be raised about the possibility that it is in fact manmade.

 

Technical Advisor Resigns From ID2020 Alliance Expressing Concerns Over Thier Mission

Renieris, a Harvard lawyer, resigned from the organization due to a difference of opinion over the organization’s direction. She claims the organization is not transparent and is concerned that they would get involved in COVID-19 immunity passports.

 

Is this the mutation that made coronavirus spread like wildfire in NYC, Italy and the UK? D614G strain has four-times as many 'spikes' that latch onto human cells and is '10 times more infectious' than milder forms seen in California

A mutated strain of coronavirus that has decimated the US, UK and Italy is nearly 10 times more infectious than the original virus that emerged from China, a study suggests.

 

Radioactive cloud over Europe had civilian background

A mysterious cloud containing radioactive ruthenium-106, which moved across Europe in autumn 2017, is still bothering Europe's radiation protection entities.

 

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 13, 2020

Top government officials have made clear that Covid-19 is going to continue. How do these officials always know what is going to occur ahead of time?

 

'No more than one drink per day': Scientists claim even consuming alcohol within weekly 'low-risk' guidelines can harm your health

Scientists have claimed that even consuming alcohol within weekly 'low-risk' guidelines can harm one's health — and even cause hospitalisation or death.

 

Temperature spike: Earth ties record high heat May reading

Earth's temperature spiked to tie a record high for May, U.S. meteorologists reported Friday.

 

Scientist Says He Was Threatened Because of Fluoride Study

The first week of the historic water fluoridation trial wrapped up on Friday afternoon after four days of occasionally tense testimony from expert witnesses with the Fluoride Action Network (FAN) and the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). One expert witness claimed he had been coerced into signing a statement downplaying his study which claimed fluoride is a neurotoxicant. Another witness confirmed that at least one type of fluoride is a pesticide being added to the water supply.

 

The Other Covid Emergency – A 5x Increase in Toxic, Health Destroying E-Waste in Bahrain, What Happened in Other Countries, and What Will Happen with 5G?

In recognition of World Environment Day, the gulf nation of Bahrain held an event at the French embassy, noting: “The rate of electronic waste generation has exploded by as much as five times due to increased use of electronic devices during the Covid-19 pandemic as users stay connected like never before, an online digital debate hosted in Bahrain heard, writes Naman Arora.

 

Leaked: “Deadly” Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) to treat Covid 19: How the World’s Top Medical Journals, The Lancet and NEJM, Were Cynically Exploited by Big Pharma

A publishing scandal recently erupted around the use of the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) to treat Covid 19.

 

Is Drinking Apple Cider Vinegar in the Morning Beneficial?

Countless tips and tricks on how to lose weight quickly and "cleanse" the body are circulating online.​

 

The strange fight by world-leading infectious disease doctor to continue “spectacular” results saving covid-infected patients

Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) as a possible cure for COVID-19 was prohibited in France on May 27 because of a recent study published on May 22 by The Lancet.

 

How Simple Math Can Help Predict the Melting of Sea Ice

To better predict climate change, scientists need accurate models that predict the behavior of many natural processes.

 

EPA’s New Rule Will Protect Polluters, Not The Environment

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was founded in 1970 under Republican President Richard Nixon, and since that time it has helped the country clean up our air, water, and soil at thousands of locations. For many years, the agency was a bipartisan success.

 

The vultures aren't hovering over Africa – and that's bad news

It’s hard to love vultures. Their bare-headed appearance, scavenging habits and reputation as the refuse disposal workers of the bird world rarely endear them to a public who prefer more conventionally attractive creatures. But amid growing fears that the birds are facing extinction, conservationists are calling for more to be done to save these unloved birds of prey.

 

Pollution in Asian tropopause layer comes from human activities and natural sources, study finds

The Asian Tropopause Aerosol Layer (ATAL) is a thin layer of aerosol with a thickness of about 3-4 km, which appears regularly at the height of the tropopause layer during the Asian summer monsoon (ASM) period over the Tibetan Plateau. How is it formed? Where are aerosols from? There questions have been debated since the discovery of ATAL in 2011.

 

COVID 'Immunity Passports:' Not Ready for Prime Time?

A grieving widower played by Matt Damon flashes a shiny coded wristband for security guards to scan in the 2011 movie "Contagion." After a quick beep and a green light, Damon is allowed into a store to buy a prom dress for his daughter. That wristband was an "immunity passport" -- a certification of his character's immunity to the movie's deadly virus.

 

Dr. Meryl Nass: Why Is Protecting COVID-19's Origin 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.

 

Amazing Drone Footage Captures Thousands of Turtles Migrating Near Great Barrier Reef

Australian researchers captured a stunning scene that looks like something out of Finding Nemo. The drone the scientists used recorded approximately 64,000 green turtles migrating near Australia's Great Barrier Reef for nesting season, as CNN reported.

 

Youth Are Flipping an Abandoned North Carolina Prison into a Sustainable Farm

On a crisp, windy day in March, 17-year-old Norman Garcia-Lopez tries to coax a donkey and a herd of 14 sheep from a fenced yard out to open pasture. “Come on, Miss Easter,” he says, holding a shallow bowl of food under the donkey’s nose. She steps through the door in the chain-link fence, and her fleecy charges follow soon after, bleating.

 

What You Need to Know About Vitamin C Dosage

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid (AA), is not synthesized by humans. It has many proven benefits from boosting the immune system, lessening cognitive decline, improving cardiovascular function and reducing oxidative stress to mineralizing bones, reducing the incidence of cataracts and acting as a pro-oxidant that may be toxic to cancer cells, according to research published in 2010.

 

FDA’s food additive regulations fail to address toxic chemicals in food

Covid-19 is bringing out the hoarder in all of us. Canned goods, packaged foods, and bottled water are flying off shelves almost as soon as they are stocked. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) waylays concerns that fresh produce may carry the virus.

 

As oil prices crashed, tankers idled off California—spewing pollution for weeks

Giant ships lurked off the California coast for weeks in April and May, their bellies full of up to 20 million barrels of oil.

 

Magnesium and K2 Optimize Your Vitamin D Supplementation

Optimizing your vitamin D level is ideally done through sensible sun exposure. However, many simply are unable to obtain sufficient levels from the sun alone and need supplemental vitamin D. In this case, nutritional synergies become an important factor.

 

Be Prepared

By Jim Ronchi, 5-24-2020 As a young boy, I remember rolling my eyes as my dad told me every day be prepared in life.

 

Beloved silverback gorilla killed by poachers in Uganda

The killing of the 25-year-old male, Rafiki, follows a rise in illegal activities as tourism dries up in Uganda.

 

Deconstructing Bill Gates’ Agenda

In “How Bill Gates Monopolized Global Health,” I featured Parts 1 and 2 of investigative journalist James Corbett’s report on this unelected global health czar.

 

RFK, Jr. Rallies Health Freedom Advocates in Colorado

This past Sunday, the Colorado state Legislature’s House Health and Insurance committee held hearings on legislation which would make obtaining vaccine exemptions for children much more difficult and put in place an immunization tracking system for Colorado’s schoolchildren.

 

‘Truth’ with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.—Episode 4

In Episode 4 of our weekly “TRUTH” series, RFK, Jr. spoke with Polly Tommey about the suffering of children and families in Africa and India caused by unsafe vaccines backed, distributed and promoted by Bill Gates.

 

The Fluoridation Trial: Science 4, EPA 0

The fluoridation trial is going INCREDIBLY well. Our scientists are just knocking it out of the park. The score so far: Science 4, EPA 0.

 

By the Numbers: FCC Ignored China Risk and Telecom Health Issues for 20 years, Covid 19 Increased E-waste 5x; 5G Coming to a Pole Near You, Can You Hear Me Now?

“And the stark simple fact is, the health hazards are unknown and unstudied, and that is a sign of neglect and disregard on the part of the FCC.” – Senator Richard Blumenthal. FCC and National Security​

 

STUDIES: 60% of people naturally RESISTANT to SARS-COV2

A new study has found that Sars-Cov-2, the virus linked to Covid19, maybe five times more widespread than previously thought, and therefore five times less deadly.

 

Stiffer roadways could improve truck fuel efficiency

Every time you hear a deep rumble and feel your house shake when a big truck roars by, that's partly because the weight of heavy vehicles causes a slight deflection in the road surface under them. It's enough of a dip to make a difference to the trucks' overall fuel efficiency.

 

Toxic chemicals like those at U.S. base found at sites nationwide in Tokyo

Hazardous levels of toxic chemicals like those used at a U.S. military base in Okinawa Prefecture turned up in rivers and groundwater nationwide, according to the Environment Ministry on June 11.

 

FAA Warns of Tail Strikes, Off-Course Flying by Near-Empty Jets

One nearly empty passenger jet “climbed like a rocket,” prompting the pilots to exceed their assigned altitude.

 

Soil biology research can help create a more sustainable future

Soils are home to more than 25 percent of the earth's total biodiversity, supporting life on land and water, nutrient cycling and retention, food production, pollution remediation and climate regulation. Scientists have found increasing evidence that when soil organisms are put front and center, numerous global sustainability goals can be enhanced. This is because the activity and interactions of soil organisms are intimately tied to multiple processes that ecosystems and society rely on.

 

Dr. Martin Pall PhD - 5G Is More Dangerous Than You Think!

Dr. Martin Pall joins us to discuss 5G, wireless technology, dirty electricity, cell towers and how these frequencies can damage the voltage gated calcium ion channel of our cell membranes allowing intersstitial calcium to flood the cells.

 

REPORT: Over 95% of UK “Covid19” deaths had “pre-existing condition”

Over 95% of “COVID Deaths” recorded in England and Wales had potentially serious comorbidities, according to statistics released by NHS England.

 

Milkweed in Western Monarch Habitat Found to be Completely Contaminated with Pesticides

New research finds that western monarch milkweed habitat contains a “ubiquity of pesticides” that are likely contributing to the decline of the iconic species. The research, published in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, provides a grim snapshot of a world awash in pesticides, and raises new questions about the U.S. regulatory process that continues to allow these toxic chemicals on to the market without adequate review and oversight.

 

Nature crisis: New global extinction target proposed

Extinctions of plants and animals should be kept well below 20 per year, they propose.

 

"We Need To Act Now" - UN Warns World Faces Worst Food Crisis In 50 Years

The world has entered a critical period, as depression unfolds, a virus pandemic rages, socio-economic chaos will flourish to unmanageable levels for governments and central banks.

 

Companies put toxic chemicals in TVs. A new study confirms they’re contaminating our homes.

A new peer-reviewed study from researchers at the University of Toronto has found that homes with TVs had higher levels of two toxic flame retardant chemicals. This adds to existing evidence that when companies put these chemicals into the TVs they sell, the sets shed them into our homes. Then, children and adults alike are exposed to the chemicals through normal hand-to-mouth activity. It underscores the need for major electronics retailers like Best Buy and Amazon to prevent harm and ban these​

 

The Next Big Event You Need To Prepare For!

The Urban Farmer Curtis Stone interviews Christian Westbrook, the Ice Age Farmer, about solar cycles and why the current grand solar minimum could have major effects food production. Previous solar minimums resulted in widespread famines and the collapse of powerful empires. Curtis and Christian also discuss potential solutions.

 

Bill Gates and His Stimulus-response Empire

By Jon Rappoport - After reading Robert F Kennedy, Jr.’s devastating article, “The Brave New World of Bill Gates and Big Telecom” (my article on it here), I went back in my files and found two pieces I’d written several years ago on Gates as the new Pavlov. I’ve combined them, here, into one.

 

How Proper Crop Protection Ensures Global Food Safety and Helps the Planet

World Food Safety Day earlier this week reminded us of a harsh reality: Roughly 600 million people around the world suffer from food-borne illnesses, while an estimated 3 million die from illnesses contracted from unsafe food or water.

 

Save the Insects, Save the Farmers, Save Ourselves: New Global Report Calls for End of Industrial Agriculture

A new report released Tuesday draws attention to the worldwide decline in insects and calls for global policies to boost the conservation of both agriculture and the six-footed creatures.

 

Mystery as Indian Crater Lake Turns From Green to Pink

A crater lake in India has mysteriously turned pink, and scientists aren't sure why.

 

Amsterdam plants mini-gardens around bins in drive to cut littering

Mini-gardens are being planted around street bins in Amsterdam in an experiment to test whether they will dissuade people from carelessly littering near them.

 

Top Five Best and Worst Anti-Aging Substances

Americans are obsessed with reducing the effects of aging on their hair, skin, muscles and brain. Here are five substances that can improve the aging process and five more that dramatically worsen the effects of time on your body.

 

California Assembly Approves Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act in Historic Bipartisan Vote

Today, the California Assembly passed the Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act, A.B. 2762, by a resounding bipartisan vote of 54-0. If enacted, the law would be the first in the nation to ban 12 toxic ingredients, including mercury and formaldehyde, from the beauty and personal care products Californians use every day.

 

RFK, Jr. Calls Upon Health Commissioners Nationwide to Investigate PIMS

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, Children’s Health Defense - The letter below was emailed to public health officials in major markets around the country to ask that they investigate the role vaccines may have played in the symptoms recently described in children that bear resemblance to Kawasaki Disease.

 

Revealed: more than 1,000 metric tons of microplastics rain down on US parks and wilderness

Microplastic particles equivalent to as many as 300m plastic water bottles are raining down on the Grand Canyon, Joshua Tree and other US national parks, researchers have found.

 

Fauci: Steering the Pandemic Narrative Toward Vaccine “Solutions” Is Nothing New

Since the emergence of HIV in the early 1980s, Dr. Anthony Fauci has acquired decades of experience being the front man for a network of powerful Big Pharma and Big Medicine interests. This network (one of the most conspicuous members of which is Fauci’s friend and patron Bill Gates) profits handsomely from regularly declared epidemics and pandemics via the unending flow of cash that such events inevitably direct to pharmaceutical interventions—and especially vaccination.

 

Vaccine Ethics and Children: With COVID-19, Science Has Completely Lost Its Way

COVID-19 science should have set a new standard for vaccine safety research. Instead, it has lowered the bar. Hear this well: COVID-19 vaccines are not – and never were – a fait accompli.

 

The average household contains a small car's worth of plastic including food packaging, textiles and white goods — but only four per cent is recycled, study shows

The average UK household contains a small car's worth of plastic including food packaging, textiles and white goods — but only four per cent is recycled.

 

Fauci's Back...With More Coronavirus Scare Stories!

Just when it seemed we might get a moment without Covid hysteria or riot hysteria, Dr. Fauci is back and telling us that this coronavirus is his "worst nightmare."

 

The US could run its electric grid on 100% renewable energy by 2045 without any increase in cost, according to new study

The United States could completely power its electric grid with carbon neutral energy sources as soon as 2045, and without increasing the cost to consumers.

 

Junk food industry shares the blame for Britain's Covid-19 disaster, scientists argue, because the virus is more deadly for overweight and obese people

The junk food industry is to blame for the UK suffering one of the worst coronavirus crises in the world, leading experts argue.

 

Considering health when switching to cleaner electricity

Power plants that burn coal and other fossil fuels emit not only planet-warming carbon dioxide, but also pollutants linked to breathing problems and premature death.

 

Chinese HOARD Grains After Cold Kills Wheat Crop – Growing Zones Shifting!

Brutal cold temperatures damaged wheat in the main production area of China — enough to send locals scurrying into stores to start hoarding supplies!

 

Looking Up: Vertical farms fill produce supply chain lag during pandemic

Vertical farms have struggled to become a major force in the grocery market. Their products are usually limited to leafy greens, and the high labor costs have made turning a profit challenging for many. But the pandemic clarified their role within a more sustainable food system. Vertical farms, with their hyperlocality and ability to quickly grow new crops, can step in to fill retail shelves when traditional farms falter.

 

Teen fell into coma after having bubble tea twice a day for a month

A Chinese teen reportedly fell into a diabetic coma after she developed a habit of guzzling two bubble tea drinks every day.

 

Young children who drink two cups of 100% pure fruit juice a day have healthier diets as teenagers and eat more fruit, study finds

Pre-school and nursery age children should drink at least 1.5 cups of 100 per cent pure fruit juice a day, a study claims.

 

A good vitamin D status can protect against cancer

A good vitamin D status is beneficial both in cancer prevention and in the prognosis of several cancers, according to a new research review.

 

Stopping coronavirus spread: Can I make my own hand sanitizer at home?

Good old soap and water will do the trick, and if you wash your hands frequently with soap and water, you eliminate some of your concerns regarding coronavirus. If you are thinking of making your own hand sanitizer at home, be very careful since there are many recipes available online that can put you in harm’s way. Read more....

 

Can switching to a Mediterranean diet help those with liver disease? Experts say YES

In the 1960s, inhabitants of Crete, Greece and Southern Italy had some of the lowest rates of chronic diseases and some of the highest life expectancies in the world. According to research, this was the result of eating more fruits and vegetables traditionally grown in their region, as well as plenty of nuts, seeds, beans, seafood and olive oil. This eating pattern came to be known as the Mediterranean diet, and numerous studies have associated it with lower risks of serious conditions, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes and cognitive impairment.

 

As COVID Vaccines Head into Phase 3 Trials Big Pharma Prepares for Increase in Flu Vaccines for Fall

An article published in FiercePharma, a pharmaceutical marketing trade publication, is reporting that the National Institutes of Health is preparing to test experimental COVID vaccines entering into phase 3 of development on over 90,000 people this summer.

 

If You Don’t Like Human Rights Abuses in Russia and China, Can You Say Covid and U.S. Telecom?

In Asia, the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre & Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development noted, The COVID-19 pandemic must not serve as an excuse to vilify human rights defenders who champion rights-based approaches in business practices.

 

The Lancet used fake science to attack hydroxychloroquine

After the common anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine proved effective in treating coronavirus patients, President Trump heralded the drug and even said he was using it himself as a preventive measure.​

 

Nursing Homes Say COVID-19 Numbers Are ‘Insanely Wrong’

Recently released CDC and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) COVID-19 case counts and deaths at U.S. nursing homes are so incorrect, they don’t make sense and are “insanely wrong,” the facilities’ directors say.

 

Could Mouthwash Be an Ally in Fighting COVID-19?

New research shows many dental mouthwashes destroy the lipid layer of coronaviruses and reduces the replication of the virus in the throat and salivary glands, making mouthwash a potentially useful prophylactic against COVID-19.

 

Everything You Need to Know About California’s Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act

A piece of legislation winding its way through the California legislature could be the biggest influence on U.S. cosmetics safety for close to a century.

 

Federal Lawsuit Could Limit Fluoride in Drinking Water

A landmark federal lawsuit that went to trial this week in California could change the longstanding practice of adding fluoride to the drinking water supplies for 200 million Americans.

 

Exercise and mealtime changes can beat Type 2 diabetes, study finds

A LOW-calorie diet followed with regular exercise could reverse Type 2 diabetes for three-fifths of sufferers, a study suggests.

 

Escaping Quarantine? Watch Out for Toxic Algae

With summer beginning and millions of Americans experiencing what feels like the thousandth week of quarantine, enjoying the outdoors is one of the few ways many of us can escape the claustrophobia and drudgery of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Dogs can be 'early-warning systems' for toxic chemical exposure at home

Many everyday items, from food packaging to cosmetics, contain harmful substances, such as pesticides; flame retardants; and phthalates, which are used to soften plastic. Long-term, chronic exposure to these three common chemical groups has been linked to diseases in people, including several types of cancer.

 

Are Grapes Good for You?

Grapes, a popular fruit easily located on grocery store shelves, have potent health benefits: researchers have studied the benefits of consuming the whole fruit, grape seed extract and resveratrol, a type of phenol found in the skin of grapes. Although high in sugar, grapes and their extracts are a possible therapeutic treatment for a variety of ailments including cardiovascular and obesity-related diseases.

 

May 2020: Injured Kids, Society Costs

There were a number of stories published in May that deserve our attention. We may not hear a lot these days about the demands placed on schools due to ever-increasing numbers of children with disabilities, especially with autism, but it’s a relentless flood.

 

Carbon Cowboys Versus CAFOs

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many fragile industries to the breaking point and highlighted systemic problems in others, including the industrialized, centralized food system in the U.S. Major meat processing plants have emerged as hotspots for transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.​

 

A ‘Biblical’ Plague Of Locusts Has Put Millions On The Brink Of Famine: “We Have Never, Ever Seen What We Have In The Last Six Months”

Billions upon billions of voracious desert locusts are ravenously devouring crops over a vast portion of the globe that stretches from eastern Africa all the way to India. This unprecedented plague was supposed to be subsiding by now, but instead a fourth generation of locusts has emerged that is producing swarms that are “up to 8,000 times larger” than what we witnessed earlier this year. Some of these swarms are the size of major cities, they can travel up to 150 kilometers a day, and when t​

 

'More masks than jellyfish': coronavirus waste ends up in ocean

Conservationists have warned that the coronavirus pandemic could spark a surge in ocean pollution – adding to a glut of plastic waste that already threatens marine life – after finding disposable masks floating like jellyfish and waterlogged latex gloves scattered across seabeds.

 

Melinda Gates: Equalize COVID-19 Vaccine by Giving It to ‘Black People’ Early On

In an interview with Time, Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, said that distribution of the new COVID-19 vaccine would need to be tiered so health care workers get it first, followed by “black people” and “other people of color” next.

 

The WHO just obliterated every argument for mandatory vaccines or contact tracing by declaring asymptomatic carriers don’t spread COVID-19

Today the WHO declared that COVID-19 almost never spreads through asymptomatic carriers, all at once wiping out the entire justification for mandatory vaccines and contact tracing.

 

"There Are Fates Worse Than Death" - Catherine Austin Fitts Exposes the Injection Fraud

Catherine Austin Fitts of solari.com interviews James Corbett about his new documentary, Who Is Bill Gates? They go beyond the focus on Gates to discuss the syndicate that he is leading, the business model it relies on, and the new form of collateral that will underlie the digital economy: the human body. Don't miss this vital conversation that fills in the missing pieces of the puzzle and draws back the curtains on the real purpose of the injection fraud.

 

Researchers developing quick and simple method of glyphosate detection

Glyphosate is a widely used herbicide. It is suspected to be carcinogenic, and a quick, low-cost method for detecting glyphosate would be highly beneficial.

 

A look into the anti-carcinogenic effects of Portulaca oleracea polysaccharides

Researchers at Heilongjiang August First Land Reclamation University and Daqing Oilfield Hospital in China analyzed the inhibitory effects of Portulaca oleracea (common purslane) polysaccharide (POL-P3b) on intestinal dendritic cell apoptosis and the mechanisms underlying this activity.

 

5 Ways To Make Your Garden More Bee Friendly

There are many reasons why we love our gardens. They provide us with peace, happiness, and tranquility as we relax on a lazy Sunday with our own little slice of nature. They provide us with space to grow our own veggies, fruits, and herbs for delicious, healthy meals. They’re a place in which we can enjoy a few moments’ quiet solitude or bring all our friends over for barbecues and garden parties.​

 

Scientists warn against 'greenwashing' of global coastal developments

The world's waterfront cities should not be deluged with apparently green developments because they still carry the potential to cause damage to the marine and coastal environment, scientists have warned.

 

Vaccination: how the West invades the world

Vaccination is the prow, the leading edge of the invasion. Convincing nations that vaccines are absolutely essential opens the way for all the other practices of Western medicine. Especially mass drugging.​

 

Harmful Pesticides Found in Western Monarch Butterfly Breeding Ground

New evidence identifies 64 pesticide residues in milkweed, the main food for monarch butterflies in the west. Milkweed samples from all of the locations studied in California’s Central Valley were contaminated with pesticides, sometimes at levels harmful to monarchs and other insects.

 

Study finds another reason to wash hands: Flame retardants

Harmful flame retardants may be lurking on your hands and cell phone, according to a peer-reviewed study published today in Environmental Science & Technology Letters.

 

Eight Reasons to Consume Bee Propolis

Bee propolis, a natural resin sourced from honeybees, hosts numerous health benefits thanks to its antiseptic, antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Here, we've outlined eight of the main benefits of consuming bee propolis.

 

Many of the 300 plants and animals endemic to Canada at risk, report finds

There are few animals more iconically Canadian than the moose and the beaver, and few plants more closely associated with the country than the maple leaf.

 

N.M. ranchers struggle with pandemic-induced declines

The coronavirus pandemic is disrupting New Mexico’s cattle and sheep industries, causing the wholesale prices of meat and wool to drop sharply, and its effects are not lost on operators like Gomez, who owns Los Vallecitos Ranch in Mora County.

 

Congress: Tell the Pentagon to halt incineration of toxic forever chemicals

For 50 years, the Department of Defense (DoD) has known that military-grade firefighting foam, known as Aqueous Film Forming Foam, or AFFF, is toxic.

 

These Danish Companies Plan to Decarbonize Transportation

A group of Danish companies are joining forces to build one of the world's largest facilities producing synthetic fuels.

 

Norway Scientist Joins Others Claiming Coronavirus Was Created in a Lab

A Norwegian scientist who studied the coronavirus’ spike protein says SARS-CoV-2 “is not natural in origin” because the proteins appear to have artificially inserted sequences.

 

Report Finds Monocropping and Toxic Pesticides Threaten Brazil’s Native Bees as Country’s President Challenges Environmental Protection

Brazil is home to more than 300 native bee species — many of them stingless — that help pollinate the nation’s valuable agricultural crops and provide other important environmental services. Yet, chemical-intensive agriculture’s intensive pesticide use and devotion to monocropping are a serious threat to these bees, Mongabay reports.

 

Extraordinary Ocean Creatures Use Mucus to Help Remove Carbon and Microplastics

The oceans are home to some strange looking animals, some of which are playing an outsized role in helping us combat the urgent climate crisis.

 

Take Action: EPA Considers “Emergency” Pesticide Use with Bee-Toxic Pesticide for 10th Year in a Row

EPA has received applications from the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia for the “emergency” use of the bee-toxic neonicotinoid insecticide dinotefuran to control brown marmorated stinkbugs in pome and stone fruits. These three states (and others) have received emergency exemptions for this use for the nine previous years and it must not be allowed for a tenth year. Rather than skirt the regulatory process of review, this use pattern must be subject to EPA registration review in com​

 

Newborns To Be Separated From Parents for COVID-19 Testing

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is the biggest funder of vaccines in the entire world and, according to Gates, its COVID-19 vaccination effort “dwarfs anything we’ve ever worked on before.” Indeed, Gates push for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination — and investment in those vaccines — is historically unprecedented.

 

Analysis and Critique of The CDC’s Handling of The Thimerosal Exposure Assessment Based on Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) Information

The CDC’s approach to analysis of the VSD database demonstrates a pervasive pattern of bias and conscious manipulation of samples, statistics and findings to produce a negative finding regarding the dangers of thimerosal exposure to children.

 

How to Wash Fruits and Vegetables: A Complete Guide

Fresh fruits and vegetables are a healthy way to incorporate vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants into your diet.

 

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 6, 2020

Deepening societal division and rampant government corruption against a horizon of unfolding environmental collapse, what could go wrong?

 

Be Wary of False Negative Test Results if You’ve Been Exposed to COVID-19

One of the most commonly used diagnostic tools, particularly during this pandemic, is the reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction test (RT-PCR), which uses a person's respiratory sample to detect viral particles and determine if the person may have been exposed to a virus.

 

Historical Court Case – The Fluoride Cover Up Will Soon Be Exposed

For the last four years, attorneys with the Fluoride Action Network have been fighting a legal battle against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over whether water fluoridation violates the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).

 

Banking on the sea

Dr. Somboon is part of the team behind the South China Sea Fisheries Refugia initiative, a Global Environment Facility-backed effort led by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), aiming to build the resilience of Southeast Asian fisheries and reduce marine degradation at the intersection of the South China Sea and Gulf of Thailand.

 

Rising threat from the seas

How high will the oceans rise due to climate change? The projections are the subject of dispute, with scientists continually correcting their estimates upward.

 

What lies beneath: our love affair with living underwater

In November 1966, the Gemini 12 spacecraft, carrying two astronauts, splashed down in the Pacific. The four-day mission was a triumph, proving that humans could work in outer space, and even step into the great unknown, albeit tethered to their spacecraft. It catapulted the US ahead of the USSR in the space race.

 

New study reveals cracks beneath giant, methane gushing craters

A paper published in Science in 2017 described hundreds of massive, kilometer-wide craters on the ocean floor in the Barents Sea.

 

Repetitive negative thinking linked to dementia risk

Persistently engaging in negative thinking patterns may raise the risk of Alzheimer's disease, finds a new UCL-led study.

 

Brisk daily walk or bike ride can reduce the risk of premature death in over-65s 'by almost half', study claims

Elderly people are being encouraged to engage in daily exercise, such as a daily walk or bike ride, to reduce the likelihood of premature death.

 

Coronavirus lockdowns worsen childhood obesity, studies say

The lockdown measures implemented to slow the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are worsening child obesity due to decreased physical activity and poorer diets.

 

Coronavirus could spread through a hospital ward within 10 HOURS and linger on hand rails and children's toys for five days, study suggests

Hospital wards could become riddled with the coronavirus within the space of just ten hours, according to research.

 

A New Hybrid Fungus Found in Hospitals Is Linked to Lung Disease

From the mythical minotaur to the mule, creatures created from merging two or more distinct organisms – hybrids – have played defining roles in human history and culture.

 

Coronavirus disrupts global fight to save endangered species

Biologist Carlos Ruiz has spent a quarter-century working to save golden lion tamarins, the charismatic long-maned monkeys native to Brazil's Atlantic Forest. Thanks to painstaking reforestation efforts, the population of these endangered monkeys was steadily growing until an outbreak of yellow fever hit Brazil in 2018, wiping out a third of the tamarins.

 

The Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic: The Real Danger is “Agenda ID2020”

It seems, the more there is written about the causes of the Coronavirus – the more the written analyses are overshadowed by a propaganda and fear-mongering hype.

 

Contact Tracing, Big Tech Help Police Identify Protestors

The “Great Riots of 2020” are providing police and Technocrat surveillance companies with a goldmine of testing opportunities for Orwellian systems that track every characteristic of a mob as well as its participants.

 

Thousands of tons of ocean pollution can be saved by changing washing habits

A new study has revealed that almost 13,000 tonnes of microfibres, equivalent to two rubbish trucks every day, are being released into European marine environments every year—but this could be reduced by as much as 30% if we made a small change to our laundry habits.

 

Don’t Relinquish Civil Liberties for False Sense of Security

Barbara Loe Fisher is the co-founder and president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), which is the oldest and largest consumer-led nonprofit organization in the U.S. providing accurate and objective information to prevent vaccine injuries and deaths through public education and help people make informed health choices.

 

'It was hell': Spanish cocaine raid adds to shipboard misery for 4,000 cows

When the Neameh sailed out of Colombia on 4 May, it should have been a routine shipment: just over 4,000 cattle, on their way to Egypt, an important hub for the global trade in live animal exports.

 

Blue-sky thinking: how cities can keep air clean after coronavirus

For those not directly affected, the ability to breathe more easily and see further has perhaps been the greatest consolation amid the trauma of the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Signs of depression or anxiety seen in one-third of adults, census figures show

A study completed by the U.S. Census Bureau in collaboration with five federal agencies found that one-third of all Americans are struggling with anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic.

 

CNN Spreads Deadly Lies About Vitamin D for COVID-19

May 31, 2020, I posted an interview with three vitamin D experts in which we discuss the importance of vitamin D for preventing COVID-19 infection.

 

Shortage of Organ Donors and Transplants From COVID-19

As of March 2020, there were 112,000 men, women and children on the waiting list. According to the Health Resources and services Administration,5 20 people die every day waiting for an organ transplant, while another person is added to the list every 10 minutes.

 

Singapore Plans Wearable Virus-Tracing Device for All

Singapore plans to give a wearable device that will identify people who had interacted with carriers of coronavirus to each of its 5.7 million residents, in what could become one of the most comprehensive contact-tracing efforts globally.

 

Rhonda Patrick on Vitamin C

Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D., discusses vitamin C in-depth, covering everything from its effects on immune function and viral infections to the bioavailability of different vitamin C forms and administrations, such as oral or intravenous — plus much more

 

‘Truth’ with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.—Episode 3

In this weekly Episode 3 of 'TRUTH', RFK, Jr. spoke with Polly Tommey about the health epidemics of children, flu vaccines, mRNA vaccines, media censorship and took questions from viewers.

 

CHD Gives Notice to FCC Against 5G Cell Towers on Homes—Ex-Parte Letter Receives Over 15,000 Signatures!

Children’s Health Defense (CHD) submitted an Ex-Parte letter to the FCC against the OTARD rule expansion which aims to allow 5G cell towers on homes.

 

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.