Archive for April, 2011 : Cause for Alarm: HAARP, Fukushima Radiation and Agenda 21April 30th, 2011
Deborah Dupre reveals why there is cause for alarm with the uncanny “timing” of the intertwined news about HAARP, the Fukushima radiation, and even Agenda 21.
Solomon: Shut Down Nuclear Plants NowApril 30th, 2011
Before the inevitable happens, there is a mounting call from almost everywhere in the country, California not exempted, that the government should shut down nuclear plants before it becomes another “Fukushima.”
Imminent Danger: U.S. Nuclear Reactors in Earthquake ZonesApril 30th, 2011
Talk about courting disaster. At least five U.S. nuclear reactors are sitting on top of earthquake zones. Who didn’t tell who before the structures were built there?
There’s More to the Grand Canyon than Just UraniumApril 30th, 2011
The Grand Canyon is majestic, irreplaceable, and in dire need of protection from the nuclear power industry.
Why Can’t the World Choose Safe Energy?April 30th, 2011
In the face of the nuclear crisis in Japan, and the negative impacts brought about by our long addiction to fossil fuels, it’s a wonder why the world hasn’t all together switched to safe energy yet.
Egypt Still Has A Lot to Do Concerning Animal RightsApril 30th, 2011
Egypt’s leading animal welfare activist says there is still a lot to do to grant animals with rights in the country.
Dutch Government Assigns Cops to Protect AnimalsApril 30th, 2011
The Dutch government is the first in the world to have police officers watching out and protecting animals from abuse.
Chinese Dogs Saved by Activists from Becoming StewApril 30th, 2011
In China, stewed dog appears on restaurant menus regularly. But this one incident, around a hundred dogs were saved from the pot by animal rights activists.
Animals Are Insulted When They’re Called ‘Pets’April 30th, 2011
Have you asked your dog or cat whether he or she wants prefers to be called as your “companion” rather than just a pet?
Mexican Legislators Want to Ban BullfightsApril 30th, 2011
Mexican Senators are working to ban bullfights and guarantee animal rights in Mexico.
House Republicans to Reduce EPA Clout Over Arctic DrillingApril 30th, 2011
House Republicans say the Environmental Protection Agency’s air permitting process had “run amok.”
More Alternative Energy Funds — Northern PremiersApril 30th, 2011
Northern premiers called for more alternative energy funds during their annual forum in Yellowknife.
Arctic Ice Melt: Report Identified Vulnerable AreasApril 30th, 2011
Two organizations released an Arctic-wide report of areas most important to Arctic marine life and vulnerable to additional stress on top of global warming.
Mercury Levels in Arctic Food Chain Alarm ScientistsApril 30th, 2011
With the Arctic’s ice melt came a lot of wonders for the scientific world to discover, although not all are something to be happy about. Recent studies found mercury levels in the Arctic’s food chain is alarming.
Could Salt Clouds Really Help Lessen Arctic Warming?April 30th, 2011
In this time of Earth’s warming, salt from sea spray forming into clouds in the Arctic, is already something to be thankful about. Let’s just hope it does what we expect it to do — deflect the sun’s heat rays.
Federal Goons Terrorize Supplement CompanyApril 30th, 2011
In Duhmerika if you dare to offer natural medicines you could be the target of federal terrorist attacks.
Belgian Lawyer to Sue Vatican for AbuseApril 30th, 2011
A lawyer is bidding to haul the Vatican before a Belgian civil court on charges of “culpable negligence,” seeking damages for dozens of victims of a decades-long priest child sex scandal.
NRC Looks Into Ohio Nuclear Plant After Radiation ReportApril 29th, 2011
High radiation levels recorded at a nuclear reactor in northeast Ohio have prompted a special inspection by the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Weather Specialists Told Not to Release Radiation ForecastsApril 29th, 2011
Another proof that the Japanese government is trying to suppress the flow of information so the public would not know the truth and intensity of the radiation crisis.
45 Children Still Kept in Town with High Levels of RadiationApril 29th, 2011
In what could be another heart breaking update from Japan, 45 children are still staying in three areas of Iitate, Fukushima, where high levels of radiation have been detected.
Women’s Radiation Risk Stressed by Chernobyl SurvivorApril 29th, 2011
A former liquidator during the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster clean-up offers sobering warnings about radiation exposure, with particular cautions for women near the troubled Japanese nuclear plant.
Sri Lanka to Conduct Monthly Radiation Checks of its Sea WatersApril 29th, 2011
The government of Sri Lanka is not taking any chances with regards to radiation exposure because of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Dissatisfied Nuclear Adviser Resigns to Protest Japan’s Radiation PolicyApril 29th, 2011
The radiation safety specialist’s resignation was in protest over what he calls “inexcusable” standards for school children in Fukushima Prefecture. And that he feels the standards are too lenient, while his advice has also been ignored.
California Cellphone Radiation Bill Undergoes 1st ReadingApril 29th, 2011
The California Senate received for first reading a cellphone radiation bill requiring California retailers to inform consumers of the possible health risks of cellphone use.
Cellphone Radiation Could Damage Human Tissues in More WaysApril 29th, 2011
Another study now supports the claim that cellphone radiation could really damage human tissues in other ways than previously thought.
The Not So Secret Radiation SourceApril 29th, 2011
If you think of nuclear power plants are the only source of radiation risks, think again. Your X-ray tests could have been killing you slowly all along.
Groups Demand True Data on Fukushima RadiationApril 29th, 2011
An environmental group, an association of physicians, and a nuclear radiation watchdog organization, are demanding the truth about the real score on radiation releases.
The Truth: Most of What You Eat is Genetically ModifiedApril 28th, 2011
Do you have any idea how much of what you eat each day has been made from genetically modified organisms?
Mexico Authorized Field Trial of GM MaizeApril 28th, 2011
Mexico’s authorization of field trials of genetically modified (GM) maize is sparking debate about the effects on the country’s unique maize biodiversity.
Avoiding GMOs: Another Secret to Improve Your HealthApril 28th, 2011
Take control and ensure your body’s health and wellness by eating food that is GMO free.
State Rep Calls for GMO Products LabelingApril 28th, 2011
A State Representative from Milford, CT is supporting calls for GMO products labeling, which would allow residents the ability to choose whether or not to purchase GMO items.
EU Courts Disliked France’s GMO BanApril 28th, 2011
France used a defunct legal framework when introducing its ban on cultivation of Monsanto’s GM maize variety MON810. The opinion indicates that Paris is clearly in breach of EU rules.
Minsk Police: Giving Food to the Poor is an “Unauthorized Action”April 28th, 2011
The traditional street food giving in Minsk, organized by the group Food Not Bombs, was foiled by police who considered the initiative as an “unauthorized action.”
The Eco-Friendly “1 Ton Challenge” Campaign is OnApril 28th, 2011
Here’s a brilliant way to reducing your carbon impact and participate in the development of future renewable projects.
Come Hell or High Waters, Whale Protection ContinuesApril 28th, 2011
In spite of the recent crisis Japan is facing, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society will continue to pursue Japanese whalers should they operate again in December, because, it says, “natural disasters cannot be used as a justification for illegal activity.”
Fishing Boat Stands Against Warship and Oil DrillersApril 28th, 2011
Not even a warship was able to stop an Iwi fishing boat protecting their “tribal waters” from the destructive oil drilling.
A Million Disgusted Voices Against MonsantoApril 28th, 2011
If you are fed up with all the “poison” foods in the market produced by Monsanto and other franken companies, this is the opportunity to make your point known along with a million others.
Look After Your BrainApril 28th, 2011
As the average life span becomes longer, dementia becomes more common. Swedish scientist Laura Fratiglioni has shown that everyone can minimise his or her risk of being affected.
Japan Plant Worker Exposed to RadiationApril 28th, 2011
A female employee at the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant in north-eastern Japan is reported to have been overexposed to radiation while authorities have detected high levels of radiation in fish and spinach produced near the plant, a news report said on Thursday.
High Radiation in Japan FoodApril 28th, 2011
Authorities have detected high levels of radiation in fish and spinach produced near the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant in north-eastern Japan, a news report said.
WikiLeaks: Bin Laden watched 9/11 attacks on TVApril 28th, 2011
Classified Guantanamo Files reveal whereabouts of al-Qaeda officials post terror strike, including rejoiceful toast over ‘successful operation’.
U.S. Food Supply still at Risk from BioterrorismApril 28th, 2011
Once upon a time, most of the food consumed by Americans was raised and processed within 50 miles of the U.S. dinner table. Today, it’s nearly impossible to know where our food comes from.
Prescription Drugs, Taking Lives Instead of HelpingApril 27th, 2011
Most people bet their lives on prescription drugs hoping for cure of their illnesses. Recent studies indicate that those people are in greater risk of losing their lives instead.
The Myth About a “Safe” Mobile CallApril 27th, 2011
A new study has found that just one call can increase your risk of a brain tumour, as the cell signal can penetrate two inches (5 cm) into the adult skull—and even deeper into a child’s head.
FCC Hiding the Truth About Risk of Cell Phone’s Radiation LevelsApril 27th, 2011
If you ask the FCC whether your celfone’s radiation levels are safe or not, they won’t tell you the truth, because according to investigators from EWG, the FCC is putting industry desires before public well-being.
SETI Shuts DownApril 27th, 2011
The bogus “Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence” that was looking in all of the wrong places has finally lost it funding and all of the well-paid researchers will have to get real jobs.
Lower IQ May Be Due to Pesticide Exposure While in WombApril 27th, 2011
Three studies claim that pesticide exposure in the womb results to lower IQ in later on in life.
Pediatricians Want Stricter Chemicals Control to Protect KidsApril 27th, 2011
Pediatricians are calling for stricter laws for chemicals and their producers to prevent more of these poisons to leak out into the market and end up contaminating kids.
Solar Power from Your Glass Window – LiterallyApril 27th, 2011
The sun’s rays going through glass windows is power that has been untapped for so long. Up until now, probably.
Solar Powered Washing Machine Seeks Out SunshineApril 27th, 2011
“Intelligent” solar powered washing machine that seeks out sunshine is just the first step to a more sustainable and efficient way of utilizing and integrating solar power into the grid.
Battery Breakthrough: Nanostructure for CathodesApril 27th, 2011
A three-dimensional nanostructure for battery cathodes is the breakthrough that is a welcome respite by those troubled with energy storage research.
Island Province in the Philippines to Declare “Independence”April 27th, 2011
As an act to signify a Philippine island Province’s “declaration of independence from fossil fuels,” a solar, wind, and pedal powered train will ply its major thoroughfare during the country’s Independence Day celebration.
Wave Energy “Harvester” Prototype Going Well in OregonApril 27th, 2011
With the number of communities disagreeing the putting up of wind turbines in their area, there’s nowhere else to go but the oceans. A wave energy prototype is reportedly exceeding expectations in terms of harnessing the ocean’s wave energy.
Japan’s Wind Turbines, A Big Help in Power GenerationApril 27th, 2011
As power utilities in Japan struggle to meet basic energy demand in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear reactor breakdown, it’s a breath of fresh air to know that ALL of wind turbines are still standing and operational.
Thin Pull-Out Sheet Produces Solar PowerApril 27th, 2011
In these times of seemingly increasing natural and man-made calamities, or even just a simple family outing, a portable source of electricity is vital. This solar power in a case can provide the power.
Modifying Vanadium Redox Batteries Increases Energy Storage by 70 percentApril 27th, 2011
With just some tinkering, the existing vanadium redox battery’s capacity for large scale storage has been greatly multiplied.
Bacteria that Causes Diarrhea is Used to Produce Alternative FuelApril 27th, 2011
The dreaded bacteria, Escherichia Coli, that causes diarrhea in humans if digested, is now the main “star” in the production of Butanol, an alternative fuel.
Getting More Air… from Artificial Trees?April 27th, 2011
We always find it relaxing breathing air around trees. Even little school children know the science behind it. But with the dwindling number of trees in urban cities worldwide, could artificial trees be the solution?
Peaceful Uses for New Soldier Uniforms That Harness Solar PowerApril 27th, 2011
The military once again has a new gadget for “surviving” wars. If only these same researchers for the military find a more positive, productive, and humane uses for their gadgets.
‘Dragon’ Space Ship is Ready for MarsApril 27th, 2011
Multimillionaire Elon Musk’s is claiming that his private space ship called Dragon capsule, ‘can land people on Mars, and may even be able to bring them back home.’
A Bamboo Car: Revolutionary or Just a Piece of Art?April 27th, 2011
Henry Ford made an automobile frame made of wood and hemp fiber, but a car made out of bamboo and rattan? Would this really revolutionize the car industry or just become another contributor to the planet’s trash?
Jesus Did the Last Supper A Day EarlierApril 27th, 2011
Scientist claim that Jesus Christ’s Last Supper actually took place on the Wednesday before the crucifixion, and not on a Thursday, on which Christians have long celebrated on.
A Goose Guide for A Blind DogApril 27th, 2011
Here’s proof that even animals know how to be kind to one another. A blind boxer dog is being taken care of under the wing of a pet goose.
High Radiation Levels found at Ohio Nuclear PlantApril 26th, 2011
High radiation levels recorded at a nuclear reactor in northeast Ohio have prompted a special inspection by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
New Leaks Detected at Japan’s Nuclear Power PlantApril 26th, 2011
In yet another setback to gaining control of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Japan’s Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency announced Tuesday that radioactive water was detected leaking from the containment vessel of reactor number one.
Nader on Chernobyl – FukushimaApril 26th, 2011
Ralph Nader’s straight talk on the real impact of Chernobyl (1 million dead) and what we should be learning from it.
U.S. Federal Drug Trafficking ExposedApril 26th, 2011
The CIA and DEA have long been actively involved in the drug trade and now evidence shows that Homeland Security is also involved in the operations.
Proof of Aliens Within 25 Years, Says Senior AstronomerApril 25th, 2011
Proof of the existence of aliens may come within 25 years, according to Senior Astronomer Seth Shostak.
Sugarcane can Cool Climate, Study FindsApril 25th, 2011
Sugarcane has the effect of cooling temperatures, thus playing role in stemming global warming, a new study has found.
Cancer Cure Found in Secret Native American Herbal FormulationApril 25th, 2011
To understand how a cancer cure works, it is important to understand how cancer begins and acts in the human body.
Nuclear Apologists Play Shoot the Messenger on RadiationApril 25th, 2011
George Monbiot and others are distorting evidence of the dangers of exposure.
The Recent ‘Discovery’ of the Legendary Atlantis, Truth or Fiction?April 25th, 2011
Does Atlantis exist? The answer is that we still do not know; however, researchers may have found another ancient and known city.
Ozone Layer Hole Found To Be ‘Big player’ in Climate ChangeApril 25th, 2011
The ozone hole over the Antarctic has been linked with climate change in the entire southern hemisphere of the Earth, from the south pole to the equator, according to a study published in Science on April 22.
Multiple UFOs Sighted in Japan the Past MonthApril 25th, 2011
A number of UFO sightings, some coinciding with the natural disasters that happened, were videoed in Japan over the past month.
MRI may Contribute to Early Detection of Alzheimer’s DiseaseApril 25th, 2011
Magnetic resonance imaging ( MRI) could help detect Alzheimer’s disease (AD) at an early stage, before irreversible damage has occurred, according to a new study published Monday in the online edition of Radiology.
Childhood Music Lessons may Provide Lifelong Boost in Brain FunctioningApril 25th, 2011
Those childhood music lessons could pay off decades later — even for those who no longer play an instrument — by keeping the mind sharper as people age, according to a preliminary study published by the American Psychological Association (APA).
A Government of Monsanto, by Monsanto, and for MonsantoApril 23rd, 2011
With help from the FDA and USDA, the biotech industry is trying to completely take over our food supply with genetically modified ingredients, irrespective of the wishes of “we the people.”
How to See the Secret Tracking Data in Your iPhoneApril 23rd, 2011
You can view the tracking data in your iPhone but you can’t view the tracking data used by the your service provider or the govt. agencies it sends the data to.
Cell Phones Profiling You for Feds & CorporationsApril 23rd, 2011
If you use a cell phone your location and the conversation is recorded and stored in a database that is part of your profile.
God Particle Actually Detected?April 23rd, 2011
Has CERN actually detected the God Particle or is it just another rumor?
Fukushima Workers Criticise Govt. & TEPCOApril 23rd, 2011
The Fukushima 50, emergency nuclear plant workers in Japan, have accused the government of inconsistent handling of data in relation to radiation exposure. In Japanese culture this is a bold move for the workers.
Real Scientists Discuss Radiation RiskApril 23rd, 2011
Real nuclear experts discuss the real risks associated with the Fukushima fallout.
Fukushima Fallout LiesApril 23rd, 2011
Academia, govt. and mass media are controlled by the same corporate criminals and are lying about the radiation risks.
Danger for the Babies — Radioactive Breast MilkApril 23rd, 2011
It is perhaps a tragedy of its own, when a mother cannot even feed her young of her own milk, because of radiation contamination.
Japan’s Nuclear Nightmare, Last Chance OutApril 23rd, 2011
Japan’s authorities issued an order giving the residents near the nuclear plants the last chance to save anything they could, before the whole place becomes prohibited.
Unlearning from Chernobyl: Lies and Unanswered QuestionsApril 22nd, 2011
It seems that the world hasn’t learned from the Chernobyl disaster. Or maybe it has learned another thing — how to hide the truth about the dangers of nuclear power plants.
Japan’s Other Fear: Ceaseless AftershocksApril 22nd, 2011
In light of the recent aftershocks in Japan, people everywhere can’t help but ask when all these earth movements will stop.
Venus’ Lovely Display at its South PoleApril 22nd, 2011
A team of scientists found that Venus’s swirling cloud cover, which obscures the planet’s surface from view in optical light, has a shape-shifting, rapidly migrating vortex over the south pole.
Solved: The Mysterious Pioneer AnomalyApril 22nd, 2011
Recent research could finally solve a longstanding mystery in astrophysics: the so-called “Pioneer anomaly.”
Congress Tinkers with the Endangered Species ListApril 22nd, 2011
For the first time ever, the US Congress, probably with nothing better to do, has removed an animal from the Endangered Species List, a process typically done by a federal, non-political, science-based agency.
Countries to Share Viruses in Exchange for Cheap DrugsApril 22nd, 2011
A FOUR-year dispute ended with an all-night bargaining session in Geneva, Switzerland, on Saturday, as rich and poor countries and big pharma agreed a deal to share virus samples and vaccines in a bid to fight flu pandemics.
New Research: Don’t Worry About ‘Abnormal’ Blood PressureApril 21st, 2011
In what may be a shock to everyone, a new research says we need not fret about abnormal blood pressure. Here’s why.
Gut Bacteria Classify People Into Only 3 TypesApril 21st, 2011
Scientists have discovered that gut bacteria divides people into only 3 types. The discovery may pave the way into accurate medications for certain people.
Treating Depression with Tai chi, Not DrugsApril 21st, 2011
In a world of instants, most people seek instant cure for illness, which includes depression, by gulping a pill. A study says an old Chinese exercise is a better and healthier option than the pill.
The Seven Stones of Wisdom for Happier LivingApril 21st, 2011
Chris Baskind shares his seven stone of wisdom for a simpler yet happier living.
Study Warns of Overusing Thyroid Cancer TreatmentApril 21st, 2011
A thyroid cancer treatment can kill the thyroid tissue but can also harm other tissues in the process, according to a new study.
405 New Islands Discovered in the ArcticApril 21st, 2011
A study reports that there are 405 new islands in the Alaskan Arctic shoreline alone, while the other 252 are discovered in other parts of the world.
NASA Scientist Finds World With Triple SunsetsApril 21st, 2011
A NASA-funded astronomer has discovered a world where the sun sets over the horizon, followed by a second sun and then a third.
Mind Control: No Drill RequiredApril 21st, 2011
Anybody who would want to mess with your mind, need not put as much holes in your head. A new wave of neuro-technology involves nothing more invasive than ultrasound, magnetic fields and light – and could make mind control commonplace.
Kids’ TV Time Could Lead to Early Heart RisksApril 21st, 2011
For kids, too much time spent in front of a computer or TV screen can lead to narrowed arteries in the back of the eyes — an early sign of high blood pressure and future heart disease, according to a new study.
Quantum Leap: Bits of Light Teleported to Another PlaceApril 21st, 2011
Our world is getting closer to “Star Trek” every day, it seems. Scientists announced they’ve been able to teleport special bits of light from one place to another, a la “Beam me up, Scotty.”
Arctic Soot Causing Rapid Ice Melt in the AreaApril 21st, 2011
In spite of the Arctic’s vast white wasteland, scientists believe a thin layer of soot — mostly invisible — is causing it to absorb more heat.
Japan Agency Finally Admits Nuclear Fuel has MeltedApril 21st, 2011
The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency has reported to a Cabinet Office safety panel that nuclear fuel pellets in the Nos. 1 to 3 reactors at the quake-hit Fukushima power station are believed to have partially melted.
Compact Fluorescent Bulbs DeadlyApril 21st, 2011
More health fears are being raised over the use of energy saving light bulbs after a report claimed they emit cancer causing chemicals.
iPhone is a Tracking DeviceApril 21st, 2011
The Apple iPhone records everywhere a user goes and when. Other phones generate the same data but upload it.
Waiting for the SparkApril 21st, 2011
What could start a popular resurgence in the US country against the abuses of concentrated, avaricious corporatism?
Japan to Enforce Evacuation Zone around PlantApril 20th, 2011
Japan is to begin enforcing the exclusion zone around its crippled nuclear plant after midnight on Friday, a report said Wednesday, as worries mounted over the effects of long-term radiation exposure.
Is Wi-Fi Radiation Killing Trees? Study Shows Leaves Dying After ExposureApril 20th, 2011
As if our magnificent trees didn’t have enough problems, they’re now being threatened by our emails.
Time to Put an End to Global Arms TradeApril 19th, 2011
Oxfam International looks into why we need to put an end to global arms trade or even just a global Arms Trade Treaty.
Group Continues to Feed Homeless Despite Court OrderApril 19th, 2011
A federal appeals court ruled against the group, Orlando Food Not Bombs, who want to establish that feeding the homeless is an act of political expression fully protected by the First Amendment.
The Slaughter has Begun in the Ferocious IslesApril 19th, 2011
The barbarian butchers of the Danish Protectorate of the Faeroe Islands have begun their ghastly slaughter early this year with the bloody slaughter of 60 defenseless pilot whales.
Arctic Sea Ice Shrinking Faster than Previously KnownApril 19th, 2011
A new report from an international consortium of 30 environmental scientists found that, on average, Arctic sea ice was retreating at a rate of about a half-metre per year, but up to eight metres or more a year in some areas.
Belgian Bishop Admits Abusing NephewsApril 18th, 2011
A Belgian former Catholic bishop has confessed to sexually abusing his nephews but claims that he is not a pedophile. Sexual abuse of children seems to be part of the culture in Belgium.
Killing the Unborn… With RadiationApril 16th, 2011
The harmful affect of radiation on fetuses has been known for decades yet the nuclear mafia continues to irradiate the planet and try to convince the public that radiation is not harmful.
NATO Using Depleted Uranium in LibyaApril 16th, 2011
Western coalition forces have been using depleted uranium in their attacks on Libya, says an expert, despite the forces’ denial of using the highly-poisonous metal.
CIA Sued for Bay of Pigs DocumentsApril 16th, 2011
The National Security Archive has filed a lawsuit to force the CIA to release its “Official History of the Bay of Pigs Operation”.
Fukushima Disaster 101April 16th, 2011
Fukushima is just one among many similar disasters waiting to happen worldwide; governments and regulators have systematically downplayed the risks and hidden the real costs of nuclear power; there is no place for nuclear in a truly green energy portfolio.
Philippines: Organic Farming is Cost-EffectiveApril 16th, 2011
In the Philippines, organic farming is not just chic food on the table; it has reached policy levels.
The Real Housewives of Wall StreetApril 15th, 2011
Why is the Federal Reserve forking over $220 million in bailout money to the wives of two Morgan Stanley bigwigs?
Japan Finally Admits Melt-Down in 3 ReactorsApril 15th, 2011
Japanese officials have finally admitted the obvious but continue to downplay the situation at Fukushima.
FBI’s UFO File: Proof of Roswell?April 14th, 2011
In the summer of 1947, there was an alleged capture of a UFO that had crashed in the vicinity of Roswell, New Mexico. To this day, the reports spur conspiracy theories of government cover-up.
Poisonous Chemical Linked to Origin of Life on EarthApril 14th, 2011
The poisonous chemical formaldehyde may have helped create the organic compounds present in the universe that gave rise to life, new research suggests.
Scientists Create Schizophrenic Brain CellsApril 14th, 2011
Scientists have taken skin cells from schizophrenic patients and turned them into brain cells, allowing the mental illness to be studied using living brain cells for the first time.
How Bad Is Japan’s Radioactive Contamination of the Ocean?April 14th, 2011
Now that the radioactive release is finally drawing to a close, experts on the ecological effects of radioactivity are stepping back to assess its impact. They say the contamination is probably a mere drop in the ocean.
Searchable UFO Database Now AvailableApril 14th, 2011
Gird yourself for a whole new wave of alien conspiracy theories: the FBI has placed hundreds of pages of information on its past UFO investigations online in a new, searchable database.
Giant Ocean Whirlpools Puzzle ScientistsApril 14th, 2011
Mysterious whirlpools have appeared in the ocean off the northern coast of South America.
Dangers of Sitting Too MuchApril 12th, 2011
Scientists at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Louisiana analyzed the lifestyles of more than 17,000 men and women over about 13 years, and found that people who sit for most of the day are 54 percent more likely to die of heart attacks.
Wake Up With The ShakesApril 12th, 2011
Throw together these blender breakfasts and you can fight cancer, prevent heart disease, and fill up fast.
Elevated Radiation Detected in OntarioApril 12th, 2011
The fallout from the disaster at Japan’s nuclear power plant has spread to Ontario, where elevated levels of radiation have been detected. Of course the nuclear government of Canada claims that there is no risk.
Mike Tyson Begins Vegan Lifestyle, Feels Like He’s ‘Going to Live Longer’April 12th, 2011
The strangely entertaining Mike Tyson saga continues, this time with a dietary update. The former heavyweight champion turned Hollywood socialite recently let the world know, via twitter, that he has changed his eating habits.
Some Meaty Facts About Going VegetarianApril 12th, 2011
By now, anyone who is the least bit health-conscious probably knows that a diet high in cholesterol and saturated fat increases the risk of heart disease and certain types of cancer.
US Gets a Taste of its Own Nuclear MedicineApril 12th, 2011
After using depleted uranium weapons on Iraq, Bosnia, Serbia and Kosovo (possibly Libya) the US is now being irradiated by Japan and Americans are getting a small taste of the hell they have rained down on others.
Secret Program Inside Fukushima Nuclear Plant?April 12th, 2011
The evidence suggests that there is much more to the Fukushima disaster than is being revealed.
Nader Calls for Investigation of Freddie & Fannie ScamApril 12th, 2011
Ralph Nader is still watching out for Americans by calling for an investigation of the abuse of stockholders in Fannie May and Freddie Mac.
Venezuela’s Revolution Reaches SchoolsApril 12th, 2011
Venezuela’s efforts to evolve as a society includes better education. While greats strides have been made, more needs to be done.
China Calls Out US on Internet FreedomApril 12th, 2011
In a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black, the Chinese government has released a report accusing the US government of human rights double standards where the Internet is concerned.
Medical Headache: Increasing Antibiotic ResistanceApril 11th, 2011
As more microorganisms develop mechanisms to survive existing drugs, urgent action is necessary to slow them down before new drugs can be found.
The War On Cancer, 40 Years AfterApril 11th, 2011
For the past 40 years, cancer has proved to be a formidable foe against generations of bright and well-funded researchers.
Airport Scanners Increase Cancer RiskApril 11th, 2011
The new security whole-body scanners being installed at airports increase the risk of cancer for passengers, researchers claim.
Finding and Treating Tumors with Organic NanoparticlesApril 11th, 2011
An organic nanoparticle that is completely non-toxic, and biodegradable uses light and heat to treat cancer and deliver drugs.
How One Man Predicted The Japan TsunamiApril 11th, 2011
In spite of the recent advances in technology, none has yet been able to predict a tsunami. But before the tsunami in Japan last month, a geologist warned of the imminent disaster.
Alien Technology in the PyramidsApril 11th, 2011
An Egyptian Archaeologist from Cairo University admits that the pyramids in Giza contain alien technology.
America’s Terrorist Posada FreedApril 11th, 2011
CIA terrorist Luis Posada Carriles has been acquitted of the immigration charges he was tried for and released, even though he is a recognized international terrorist and in the US illegally.
Sea Shepherd Partners with Palau to Protect SharksApril 11th, 2011
Sea Shepherd has reached an agreement with the Republic of Palau to help defend the world’s first shark sanctuary.
Finally, 21 Priests Suspended in PhiladelphiaApril 11th, 2011
After a very long history of covering up and aiding and abetted the wholesale sexual abuse of children, the Archdiocese of Philly is finally taking steps to stop the abuse – but only in response to declining church attendance and lawsuits, not out of any goodness. Preying upon children is simply no longer good business.
Texas Gives Away Private DataApril 11th, 2011
Names, mailing addresses, dates of birth and Social Security numbers of about 3.5 million Texans were made publicly available online by Texas state agencies.
Canadian Customs Agent Won’t Touch Japan MailApril 11th, 2011
A Canadian Border Services employee was reassigned after refusing to handle packages from Japan without a radiation detector.
Even Leonardo da Vinci Messes Up in Mathematics TooApril 11th, 2011
Artist, inventor and philosopher Leonardo da Vinci was without a doubt a genius. But he still screwed up in some things.
Watchdog Condemns Synthetic Additives in Organic FoodApril 9th, 2011
The USDA allows a wide range of toxic substances to be added to ‘organic’ products, rendering the label mostly meaningless. Some people are fighting back.
Organic Famers Sue MonsantoApril 9th, 2011
A group representing family farmers is suing Monsatano preemptively to protect themselves from being accused of patent infringement should they ever become contaminated by Monsanto’s genetically modified seed, something Monsanto has done to others in the past.
Poison Food Corps Control Brit Food PolicyApril 9th, 2011
Fast food companies like McDonald’s and KFC, as well as PepsiCo, Kellogg’s, and Mars created Britain’s official policy on obesity, alcohol and diet-related disease.
Cellphone Companies Are Tracking Us Without Our KnowledgeApril 9th, 2011
You will be shocked to find out that cellphone companies have a record of your whereabouts, whether you’re on a vehicle or at home.
The Risk That’s Greater Than the Atomic BombApril 8th, 2011
HAARP or “High-frequency Active Auroral Research Project,” camouflages the fact that it has the potential for being a greater catastrophe for mankind than the creation of the atomic bomb.
US Radiation Levels Dangerously HighApril 7th, 2011
Radiation levels in the US from the Japanese reactors is up to 1,000 times the safe level, according to leading experts.
Nightmare in Canada: a Harper MajorityApril 7th, 2011
Canada’s government recently collapsed in a vote of no confidence and the politicos are scrambling to get more of their own dogs back in the ring.
Western Complicity in Saudi-Backed War CrimesApril 7th, 2011
There are few dictatorships more brutal than America’s pal Saudi Arabia.
FDA Lies About RadiationApril 7th, 2011
Should we ever expect anything from the corrupt FDA but lies and disinformation?
Jesse Ventura – US Caused Japan QuakeApril 7th, 2011
Former wrestler, actor and Governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura claims that the US military used HAARP to cause the earthquake that devastated Japan.
US Nuclear Power Plants Not Really SafeApril 7th, 2011
While the US nuclear industry and its poodles in Washington assure the public that a Fukushima disaster coud not happen in the US, they secretly believe otherwise.
Powering an Entire Home with Just One LeafApril 6th, 2011
A device, shaped into an artificial leaf, capable of splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen could produce enough electricity to supply a house in developing countries, according to researchers.
Medical Truth: Uncertain Medications Given by Uncertain DoctorsApril 6th, 2011
The healthcare industry in America is dangerously becoming uncertain with the increasing number of flawed and potentially dangerous medical treatments, and increase of “uncertain” doctors.
The Season of FireballsApril 6th, 2011
Most people anticipate the coming of Spring because they want to see the beautiful flowers again, the birds singing at dawn, or even just simply enjoying the warmth of the sun. But other people wait for something else.
Some Justice in New OrleansApril 1st, 2011
Killer cops in New Orleans who murdered people in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina are finally starting to face some small measure of justice, however, the police and judicial system in New Orleans is still rotten to the core.
Fracking the Wind River CountryApril 1st, 2011
The natural gas industry is poising the water table in almost every place it does well-fracking.
Nader’s Letter to Energy Secretary Steven ChuApril 1st, 2011
Steven Chu is the nuclear mafia’s bought-and-paid-for buddy, but that hasn’t stopped Ralph Nader from speaking his mind about it.
Soldiers or Mad-Dog Serial Killers?April 1st, 2011
Some Americans join the military only so they can murder people and get away with it. Others become psycho killers from military training and the culture of hatred and arrogance that it fosters. When we blindly ‘support our troops’ we become murderers too.
Fukushima crisis ‘bigger than Chernobyl’April 1st, 2011
The nuclear disaster at Japan’s Fukushima power plant is “much bigger than Chernobyl” and could rewrite the international scale used to measure the severity of atomic accidents, a Russian nuclear expert says.