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  • World film premiere exposes Australian research scandal

    New investigation and complaint against top Government agency.A NEW documentary has brought Australia's scientific research community under international scrutiny with a premiere in London this April (2017)  Continue reading

  • 5G insanity

    So this is the plan for society... 5G Wi-Fi everywhere! Including Google’s “Project SkyBender” to beam Internet and Wi-Fi from the sky!  But to that super-saturated microwave game plan, add 5G Wi-Fi transmitters mounted about every 50 or so feet on light or telephone poles, homes, structures, etc. along every street and byway—everywhere.  They’re rolling out that Wi-Fi service soon. But is 5G safe..... No but read on why.....  Continue reading

  • Cypress officially bans wi-fi from nursery & children's schools

    Cyprus issues decree banning wireless from nursery and children's  school classrooms. Also Halts Wireless Deployment Into Public Schools.  Continue reading

  • Pharmaceutical industry is preparing to take over cannabis trade

    Is this the end of cannabis small business? How the pharmaceutical industry is preparing to take over cannabis. In case you weren’t already aware, Schedule I is defined as drugs which have no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug, putting it the same class as heroin, LSD, meth and peyote. For perspective some examples of Schedule IV drugs (ones with low potential for abuse and dependency) are: Xanax, Soma, Darvocet, Valium, Ativan and Ambien, yet we know these drugs are being highly abused in America today.  Continue reading

  • Overstimulation: taming a modern problem that leads to anxiety

    No one, including mental health experts, knows for sure what causes anxiety. It’s thought to develop from a combination of factors including genes, ongoing stress, and traumatic life events. According to PsychologyToday.comoverstimulation. There’s a growing body of evidence that it can be a major contributing factor to anxiety, especially for those who are particularly sensitive to external stimuli.  Continue reading

  • Boeing used potatoes instead of people to tests its wi-fi

    Here’s one for the record books, that’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not edition, if it’s still in print. According to a December 2012 BBC news report, I wonder what those potatoes in sacks had to say about how their brains reacted.   Continue reading

  • Zero waste clothing - the next step in environmentally friendly fashion

    Fashion: the second dirtiest industry in the world. There’s been quite the buzz around zero waste over the last few years — and for good reason. As consumerism continues to mount worldwide, so is our trash and pollution problem.  Continue reading

  • Amish father arrested, facing decades in prison for selling products with essential oils

    Samuel Girod, an Amish farmer from Lexington, Kentucky, will go to trial on February 27th, charged with conspiracy, distributing misbranded drugs, and threatening a witness. The reason: he makes a healing salve, an ointment he’s been producing for over 20 years, and the Food and Drug Administration isn’t happy about how he markets it.  Continue reading

  • Saffron may help reverse age-related vision loss

    One of nature’s treasures, saffron has been known since ancient times for its bright yellow color, subtle flavor, and medicinal properties. Culinary chefs and home cooks all over the world have used this precious golden herb to enlighten their biryani, curry, paella, or risotto dish. Continue reading

  • Medicinal cannabis gets the green light in South Africa

    Cape Town - The government has given the green light for the manufacture of cannabis for medicinal use – with the IFP hailing it a “major victory” and tribute to its late MP, Mario Oriani-Ambrosini who fought for the legalisation of the drug.  Continue reading

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