When biologists first examined the landscape of human genes they were perplexed by the, seemingly useless pieces of DNA that floated in the structure. It was labelled ‘junk DNA’ and the name stuck. Read more “Junk DNA May Actually Be Essential For Human Survival | RT”
On Tuesday, German Agriculture Minister Julia Kloeckner announced that legislation is being drafted to end the use of glyphosate in the country’s home gardens, parks and sports facilities.
Glyphosate, the active ingredient in agricultural giant Monsanto’s Roundup product, is used to kill weeds. In Germany, an estimated 40 percent of all crop-growing land is treated with the toxic chemical. Read more “Germany, EU Parliament, Phasing Out Monsanto Weedkiller Roundup”
Hurricane Harvey has caused massive chemicals spills in the Houston area, but the true scale of ecological emergency might never be truly estimated. Read more “Chemicals Released in Harvey Flooding Remain a Mystery”
The global banking cartel, which is sitting at the top of all the megacorporations running the whole planet, is running out of options to squeeze and milk the population. They just started packing and selling air from the Swiss Alps. Read more “They Just Started Selling Breathable Air”
After the Russians announced that they have the technology of producing any material out of thin air and in industrial volumes using biochemical method of transmutation, now comes these scientists from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), who succeeded in creating a protein powder out of carbon dioxide and electricity. Read more “Finnish Scientists Discover Method for Making Fresh Food Out of Thin Air”
In “Where have all the workers gone? An inquiry into the decline of the U.S. labor force participation rate” (PDF), Princeton University’s Alan Krueger examines the labor force implications of the opioid epidemic on a local and national level, and the study found out that: Read more “Nearly 50% of Unemployed Americans are Taking Opioids | Princeton researcher”
Everything, from gas to food prices, went up after Hurricane Harvey left Texas devastated and flooded. “A gallon of gas may cost between five and 15 cents more in parts of the country, predicts Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst at the Oil Price Information Service. Prices should fall back down by next week, but that could change if damage from the storm is worse than expected.” Read more “Surviving Hurricane Harvey Aftermath”
The American health insurance company Aetna has landed in hot water after it revealed the HIV status of roughly 12,000 of its customers when sensitive information was mailed out in an incorrect envelope. Read more “Aetna Publishes Hundreds of Customers’ HIV Status Via Envelope Window”
One of the largest hospitals in Sweden decided to cancel appointments for patients suffering from the consequences of botched plastic surgeries in a move that triggered debates, with legal experts saying there is no lawful basis to deny treatment. Read more “Swedish hospital refuses to treat failed plastic surgery victims | RT News”
After listening to the patient’s symptoms, “he” provides checklists for the patient and medical advice based on the results. Then the therapy will be verified by human doctors. Read more “Artificial Intelligence Beats Doctors at Diagnosing Certain Diseases”
The US government under Obama, with the prodding of the Deep State Department stooges, supported the neo-Nazis in Kiev, Ukraine, to topple a duly elected government.The country’s economy continue to spiral into the blackhole.
A few days ago, the same neo-Nazis displayed their burning torches in the streets of Charlottesville, USA, shouting slogans meant to uphold the imagined superiority of the white skin tone.
Nothing could be stupider and moronic than that. Read more “In 2017, America’s liberal abortion agenda looks a lot like Nazi Eugenics”
An African-American Big Pharma CEO has resigned from Trump’s presidential council in a direct response to the president’s remarks about “many sides” being to blame for violence over the weekend in Charlottesville. Read more “He will have more time to lower ripoff drug prices! – Trump to Merck CEO”
In the last decade, studies by EWG and other researchers have firmly established that toxic chemicals can pass from pregnant women to fetuses through the umbilical cord, affecting children’s future health and development. Read more “How Toxic Pollutants Can Harm Future, Unexposed Generations”
No, it’s not a conspiracy theory anymore. A US company has just thrown a party celebrating the microchipping of 50% of its employees. This marketing gimmick is meant to normalize microchipping of all citizens on the planet, for easier surveillance monitoring and societal control. Read more “‘Chip Party’: US Company celebrates implanting microchips in employees”
Scientists in Finland are perfecting a food-making process which could one day enable people to electrically shock carbon dioxide and microbes into a square meal. Read more “Scientists’ Electrifying Plans for a Food Revolution Could Spell an End to World Hunger”
Methane-eating bacteria have been discovered some 800 meters (2,600ft) beneath the surface of the Antarctic ice sheet, in a discovery which could have a big impact on preventing global warming. Read more “Greenhouse Gas-eating Bacteria Discovered Deep in Subglacial Antarctic Lake”
Veterans hoping to use medical marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder have had their hopes extinguished after Republicans shot down the Veterans Equal Access amendment to allow doctors to discuss medicinal cannabis with patients. Read more “War on weed: Veterans’ access to medical marijuana blocked by Republicans”
Chemicals, diet, stress, and lifestyle choices have caused the sperm levels of Western men to plummet to less than 50 percent of what they were four decades ago, a new study has found. Read more “Sperm Levels of Western Men are Plummeting”
It’s been said that the use of organic opiates could induce “advanced thinking.” This has been proven true when “undercover deputies in Catawba County, North Carolina stumbled on a field of opium poppy plants while conducting a separate investigation. The property owner, Cody Xiong was charged with manufacturing and trafficking opium, both felonies. ” Read more “Police Stumble on $500mn Opium Poppy Field in North Carolina”
The manufacturers of disease and drugs are working together. When the media is not effective in convincing you to patronize the whole enterprise, your government will make sure that you do. But sometimes, a crack within the system might allow the light to shine through. Read more “US Pharma Johnson & Johnson Loses $110mn Talc Cancer Case”