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Updated DAILY - Thursday 11th February 2016
Zika Virus – The Latest Actor in the Fake Pandemic Play?
-by Makia Freeman
Zika is the latest health scare to dominate the headlines of the mainstream media. The WHO(World Health Organization) declared (World Health Organization) declared a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern” on February 1st, 2016. They stated that “the experts agreed that a causal relationship between Zika infection during pregnancy and microcephaly is strongly suspected, though not yet scientifically proven.”
Did you catch that – not scientifically proven? However, the lack of scientific proof has not stopped all sorts of fear-mongering by the mainstream media and Governments around the world... See more
WH.GOV PETITION CALLING FOR OBAMA TO BE TRIED FOR WAR CRIMES GETS 5,000 SIGNATURES IN LESS THAN TWO DAYS
-by MELISSA DYKES
The Obama Administration launched the We the People government petition website on September 22, 2011, claiming that the government cares about the We the People’s First Amendment right to petition for a governmental redress of grievances. Funny stance coming from a government that has worked overtime to make, no?
Windows 10 Worst Secret Spins Out Of Control
-by Gordon Kelly
Careful With Those Anti-Corruption Tweets: Twitter Launches Orwellian “Council” To Curb Dissent
-by Claire Bernish
Twitter announced it will be joining in the pro-censorship campaigns currently sweeping social media under the familiar guise defenders of liberty and free speech love to hate: ... See more
we have learned to call it Matrix....the mud of subconscious control, yet it really is the PATRIX...lets think about it together, lets wake up together....It is time
It's no secret that older maps were inaccurate, or completely unreliable. Yet fringe historians believe that some ancient maps are more than error-ridden antiquities. In fact, they think these maps may change history as we know it. Tune in and learn why.
Receive “Neural Microchips” to Think Like the Human Brain: Sort Intelligence Mid-Flight
-by Cassius Methyl
The Pentagon’s “mad scientist” division DARPA is trying to replicate the human brain in a microchip, to equip drones or satellites with the ability to quickly sort intelligence and come to conclusions in mid-flight... See more
Hawaii Vaccine Bill Dead On Arrival
After significant public outcry against a Hawaii state bill that many claim would have led to mandatory vaccination, Hawaii lawmakers have wisely killed the legislation. The death of the bill represents a victory for vaccine-rights advocates and proponents of civil rights and liberties... See more
Is This Ignored Health Breakthrough The Biggest Slide Ever In Medical History?
Has the cure for heart disease been found? Let's look into the claims that it
In the early nineteen fifties a Canadian doctor G C Willis from his research proposed that heart disease could be due to vitamin C deficiency. Most animals never get heart attacks and the reason why was suggested: that they make their own vitamin C... See more
Are You Stuck Like The Rest Of The Human Race?
-By Paul A Philips
Ever get those momentary twinges of the here-we-go-agains reminding you your life is in a rut? The whole of humanity is stuck in a rut. Yes, humanity has been stuck for generations. Reality's holographic nature demonstrates that if we are individually intrinsically stuck, reflecting the microcosm, then this will in turn reflect the bigger picture, the macrocosm, how we are stuck in our ways on the group planetary population level... See more
Man patents natural, non-toxic pesticide that could make many agricultural chemicals
- by David Gutierrez
Back in 2006, one of the world's foremost mycologists secured a patent that, once fully developed, could shatter the power of the pesticide industry. This would be a major setback not just for manufacturers of chemical poisons like Dow, but also for companies like Monsanto that genetically modify crops to produce the Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) pesticide in their tissues... See more
Baby Taken Off Hospice After Being Given Cannabis Oil – Now The Govt Is Taking It Away From Her
-by Matt Agorist
... After months of watching Maddie’s health deteriorate, doctors had no more options, and her parents were preparing to say goodbye. Maddie was going to spend her last days alive on life support in a hospital bed.
But then something amazing happened. Meagan began researching the effects of cannabis on intractable, or untreatable epilepsy... See more
Every Scientific Law We Have Today Will Be Rewritten In The Next 50 Years
-by Michael Forrester, Prevent Disease
There is a simple reason why science has a very naive understanding of ourselves and our universe. It can only discover correlations, not causation. It does not have a concept of quantum measurements. It has no tools to measure quantum fields. Since everything in the universe happens at a quantum level, science as we know it is only able to breach concepts originating from how relationships function at a rudimentary level, but not why those relationships exist... See more
Are You Creative? Do These 12 Characteristics Of A Creative Person Describe You?
-By Paul A Philips
Creativity can be described as the ability to bring something into existence; into being. Having said that, nobody really knows exactly what it is: Creative moments can mysteriously show up in certain situations and in context, while it can also fail when really needed.
From studies neurologists say that creativity paints a complex picture. The idea that the right-brain is where creativity happens with emotions while the left-brain is based on rational, analytical and logical thought is oversimplified. It has not yet been clearly established what happens during the creative cognitive processes with respect to neural pathways.
However, psychologically speaking, there are certain personality traits or characteristics that define a creative person. Researcher Scott Barry Kaufman at the Psychology department of New York University says, in so many words, one major feature of the creative person is that they are more complex individuals than the non-creative... because of this he went on to say that imaginative people have 'messier minds.' See more