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  • Jebus Jebus

    When Volcanos Erupt – Kilauea Hawaii Lava Rivers

  • Deadboy

    Look guys. I'm Saturn. I can make Israel get on it's fucking knees.

  • Deadboy

    Look guys. I'm Saturn. I can make Israel get on its fucking knees.

  • Deadboy

    Okay so I think my dog lost his mind. I gave him basically straight kratom mixed with some water and he reckons it's awesome.


    Mega Disaster Puna Geothermal Plant..

    Can there be such a thing as an 'localized ELE'? No one will survive this.

    2 days ago I posted regarding fracking from this plant and Kilauea's eruption. Now, according to NPR, lava is flowing in. And according to the BBC & plant manager, it's not. Sort of..?

    It seems like the mile deep wells are holding more than water. If fact:

    .."If lava flows into the wells before they are plugged, [with iron], it could release lethal hydrogen sulphate gas".

    The slow-moving lava entered the plant site on Monday, but has since stalled. Stalling lava? But you said it's not there yet..

    In the worst-case scenario, Mr Travis said "there would be "a steam release, many chemicals, but primarily hydrogen sulphide, a very deadly gas".

    Puna Geothermal has been fracking the East Rift Zone Fault area where the 6.9 quake originated.
    General consensus now blaming the volcano itself..? for the quake.

    In my last post, the plant was trying to move 60 or so gallons of flammable chemicals, NOW IT'S "TENS OF THOUSANDS"??

    The Independent

    Hawaii volcano: Rush to move tens of thousands of gallons of flammable chemicals from lava path

    "The chemicals could cause an explosion with a one mile blast radius", the governor says.



    Bhopal II..Hawaii

    It's already raining death..

    Hawaii volcano: Warning over corrosive plumes of 'laze', vog,. ..

    Hawaii's volcanic eruption is causing a potentially deadly new … of 'laze' as toxic cloud emerges from lava flows hitting sea.
    And Puna GeoDeath plant..


    Hydrogen sulfide gas causes a wide range of health effects. Workers are primarily exposed to hydrogen sulfide by breathing it. The effects depend on how much hydrogen sulfide you breathe and for how long. Exposure to very high concentrations can quickly lead to death.

    Immediately dangerous to life and health (level that interferes with the ability to escape) (NIOSH)
    Think Bhopal.

    The air is already compromised.

    • Deadboy

      Hydrogen sulfide? Please. that's not a problem related to industrialization. Say like, in the nortwest of namibia. CO2 though, that's what you gotta worry about.

      • Deadboy

        Minor, easily ignored symptoms (uhm, maybe I meant causative factors) which we will conveniently scapegoat and tax you for. Like, you can complain about global warming, but you'll never address the problems.

      • And recon how much C02 was released? Particles? Natural stuff? Somebody call Guinness (and tell em to bring beer too).

        Cry wolf and see how that works later…

        No Dotitos on mammas couch watchin TV…

        Know how to pay tax? Waaa waaa waaa…


  • Deadboy

    If it wasn't for the time limit…

  • Deadboy

    I have this incredibly weakness, I let lesser souls take advantage of me. Then I remind them of it.

  • Deadboy

    Ok this is bad.

    I read my standard U.S. Army Zombie Training Manual by Cole Louison.

    They should I should listen to the CFR. And some politicians on TV? Ok. So I did that. And as a zombie, I am perplexed.

    Certainly, I understand that Al-Qaeda is fighting against Syria, but even based on logistics, I can hardly Syria winning against Russia, America, Saudi Arabia AND Israel, to name but a few.

    Thus I must question the strategy behind sending americans and other NATO troops to further support Al-Qaeda. Having read most of the manual, I can tell by now that they're allies, though some of our officials seem to constantly suggest that they're not. This sort of confusion has to end to devise more effective invasion strategies.

    • Deadboy

      If were gonna be sending suicide nuke bombers to Mars, I'm not sure that war in the middle east is a good idea, at all. I mean that is the goal, right? Zombie domination of other planets? At least, that's what I gather from listening to some of our more fabulously officials when they represent the caecus.

  • Deadboy

    Water is a greenhouse gas. Now what?

    • Deadboy

      Come on people, I need solutions here. Water usage tax. I think that actually makes sense, relatively. That right there would pretty much end mining and industry. And if I do this through the state, that means…a monopoly.

      • danger kitty danger kitty

        Would that water tax include private wells in rural areas beyond the water mains?
        Cuz, around here, whenever the drought is bad, the county talks of doing studies of groundwater to get the 'big picture'. Proposing to put flow meters on personal wells. Its the first step…it's to 'help' us…
        Pretty transparent. When those proposals are floated, the local talk turns to shotguns…

        • Deadboy

          Unfortunately all water is a property of the commons, and thus the state. If contaminated water which we "regulate" happens to reach your property, a righteous fine, or fire (if you happen to be in fracking country) will be applied.

          The water in that well, which you are taxed for, having "bought" it from the state is unfortunately still the property of the state.

          This is easily proven by the studying condensation, precipitation and other legal trivialties. Though it may look somewhat draconian or imposing, maybe even praetorian, but this is merely a mistunderstanding and related incompliance with some of our development codes which you agreed to when you were administered that aerosol vaccine.

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    James Corbett explores the multi national rejection of U.S. 'non governmental aid organizations' which are often trojan horse entities attempting to gain capitalist advantage or leverage by destabilizing countries

  • 😐

    Top 3 reasons why nobody comments here anymore:

    1. No new articles
    2. No ADMINistration
    3. No REPORT abuse button

    3 ongoing out of control global Nuclear Nightmares which should be, IMO, the top headline daily, but it's not and it won't be!

    The insidious spread of radioactive contamination will continue for periods of time longer than we can imagine.

    Nuclear Power Plants are DNA destroying monstrosities that have robbed the future to boil water today and to make a few very wealthy.

    "There is no immediate concern" they will say. I guess it depends on how one defines 'immediate'. Is that seconds, years, decades, centuries or millennia? 🙁

    • danger kitty danger kitty

      Hi, Chas, good to see you're still kicking & posting.
      It's worth keeping the shop open with a skeleton crew because there will be another meltdown. Oldtimers & newcomers will show up when the official denials start oozing like slime lubricant. It's important that the scummy pretender is not the only voice they hear.

      • GOM GOM

        Hey Chas. Ditto what kitty said.

        Why do I bother, you're abosolutely right.

      • 😐

        There are some here with good hearts who continue the quest of exposing the horrific planetary wide catastrophes caused by the Nuclear Power Industry.

        …and yes, if this site survives it could serve a purpose once again, there will be other major mega Nuclear disasters. On average they happen about every 7 years. (per Arnie Gunderson)

        Uh oh!

        • Jebus Jebus

          Good to see you post ChasAha. Seems like once you know.

          It's just as much your Earth as anyone's…

          I have just a little tickle from the past.

          As nuclear fades as nuclear waste rises, it will not be cost effective for the producers to care…

          • danger kitty danger kitty

            Did the producers ever care about the waste? Just a liability to them, but they had to at least pay lip service to tending it.
            But yes, now that the industry is going away, it's likely to be wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am. Or more action like the WIPP debacle, shoving high-level waste in places where it shouldn't be. I can think of a place where it should be shoved…
            Taxpayers pay, until they're all dead.

            • Jebus Jebus

              FirstEnergy must guarantee nuclear clean up, environmental groups tell feds

              FirstEnergy's power plant subsidiaries have not put enough money into federally mandated decommissioning trust funds to pay for the shutdown and cleanup of each of its four nuclear reactors, charges an environmental group with a reputation as a legally effective environmental advocate.

              The Chicago-based Environmental Law and Policy Center, or ELPC, made that charge in a petition filed in March with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The ELPC's intervention in the Peabody Energy bankruptcy led to the court requiring that company to purchase $1.2 billion in surety bonds to guarantee clean up.

              The ELPC wants the NRC to hold parent company FirstEnergy Corp. responsible for bankrolling what it argues could well be a multi-billion reactor cleanup shortfall, which taxpayers or customers could be forced to pay.



    *Coast Guard Tsunami Warning: Hawaii

    LOS ANGELES – May 22, 2018 –

    What many people do not recognize to be facts from a whole lot of fiction, applicable to Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, actually sees far more realities for serious other local dangers, plus a whole lot more officials don’t want you knowing anything about.

    The ‘Hilani Slump’ Alert

    The U.S. Coast Guard now warning seafarers must remain away from this entire area.

    Unfortunately, and unlike what some official news media reports are trying to convince the public is okay, is absolutely ‘not’ and the furthest thing from the truth according to recent scientific reports not being broadcasted publicly over televisions today.

    Mainstream news will ‘not be allowed to say anything more to educate the public’ such as where a nuclear power generating station might be experiencing alarms going off because it happens to be situated atop a volcano vent heating up and ready to explode. No, the public is not going to be told about things like that.

    Instead, the public will be told that all the fuel has been emptied out of the plant to relieve public fear; whether or not it’s the truth – when lying to the public is always more expedient for business and government purposes.


    • danger kitty danger kitty

      Yep, no sense of duty to the public.
      Are there nuke plants in Hawaii?

      • Deadboy

        "Legislation — Nuclear fission in Hawaii is illegal and against the State Constitution and will require 2/3 vote of the State legislature to overturn it, so it is unlikely that Hawaii law is going to change to allow nuclear reactors.
        Size — The current size of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission [NRC] approved nuclear reactors, 1400 MWe and 1200 MWe, are too big for island use. The current day time demand of electricity on Oahu is ~1200MWe. A utility would not likely buy any electrical generating unit approaching 30 to 40% of it’s daily load demand. If a generating source this size shuts down for any reason the entire grid, most likely, would also shut down. The grid could not recover from a load shed of this size, considering that even a 10% load shed would be hard to recover from. This is why utilities prefer many smaller sized units which gives them a lot more flexibility for unplanned outages and needed maintenance.
        The smaller sized nuclear plants that are often mentioned in the news are made by [or planned] by foreign countries and are not approved for use in the US. The NRC would have to approve a smaller sized unit for use in Hawaii. This approval process could take several years."

        DU is okay though.

      • GOM GOM


        Just posted 2nd half of post with much difficulty.

        *Sirens at thermal plant..

        Will check nukes.

        San Diego

        My kids think I'm nuts. From radiation to volcano slips. Just asked if they had 'go-bags' made & ready. No reply to my urgency. 6 million alone in SD. Try to evacuate. To where? The desert? It's a joke.

        It pisses me off that I worry when most dont. There was a little known tsunami in the US that killed every living thing within a radius. Maybe I will post it. It was horrific.

        • danger kitty danger kitty

          GOM, you not nuts. We not nuts. We woke.
          Ya, I live 50 miles from that big pile of stupid at San Onofre.
          In the mountains. If that spent fuel catches on fire, I'm not evacuating. Got Roots here and I ain't going to no FEMA camp.
          I'm old, my nuclear family is dead, nobody depends on me but the cats.
          And I know where I'm going from here. Been to see my wife on a day pass. Not in a hurry, tho.

        • The depressing moment when one realizes that most of ones relatives are sheeple. And they think you are crazy for seeing the truth.

          I am past that part.

    • GOM GOM


      *Sirens wail at Puna Geothermal plant.

      FPGV employees notified Hawaii Civil Defense and National Guard that its facility internal alarms were going off frequently.

      Explosive liquid ‘pentane’, was NOT REMOVED. 100K gallons.

      Certain employees, within official local offices, aware of volcano early development warnings are sending unofficial text messages to family members being warned to evacuate away-from local low-lying island areas to much higher ground or leave the Hawaiian island chain altogether.

      Hawaii volcano updates and warnings are edited for public information releases.

      Tourism, a million dollar a day business in Hawaii (alone), or wherever else a natural disaster directly impacts business financial investment affairs, government income from tax revenues, or more, government politicians and corporate media giant affiliate news outlets are ‘not going to allow complete or truthful public information releases.

  • Deadboy

    Here is a strange spiritual dilemma. A shell asks you, perhaps even insists, why aren't you more like me, can't you relate? And you try to empathize, but even then, it means nothing.

  • Report from Hawaii — VOG

    I am 200 miles away from the Volcano, even in prior years, there would occasionally be VOG reaching Oahu, and for me, result in headaches, some allergies.

    yesterday wwas first time I had allergic sneezing outbreak, in about 2 years.

    3 days ago, woke up with sore legs and other muscles, did a jacuzzi bath with EPSOM and Baking soda and menthol. Same yesterday.

    Today —figured it out, not sick, not flu, but pretty intense VOG. Degraded to about 65% of functionality.

    Trying some essential oils, left my only two real gas masks on the mainland. Serious stuff. And that is 200 miles away.

    stock out

  • Report from Hawaii — VOG

    I am 200 miles away from the Volcano, even in prior years, there would occasionally be VOG reaching Oahu, and for me, result in headaches, some allergies.

    yesterday was first time I had allergic sneezing outbreak, in about 2 years.

    3 days ago, woke up with sore legs and other muscles, did a jacuzzi bath with EPSOM and Baking soda and menthol. Same yesterday.

    Today —figured it out, not sick, not flu, but pretty intense VOG. Degraded to about 65% of functionality.

    Trying some essential oils, left my only two real gas masks on the mainland. Serious stuff. And that is 200 miles away.

    stock out

  • Garden update, thought I posted yesterday but can't find. garden and dogs, enjoy

    I am a little extreme when it comes to the concept of what you put into your body actually affects your body. So here are some garden pictures, and a few dog pix to boot. The Shepherds are pushing 10 and 11, so they are doing great. Geriatric blood panels show no problems, and they get the obvious supplements for GSD, not to mention as much fresh organic asparagus as they want. They do <this year> self harvest, but it's the 4th year and the production is amazing.

    So I grow 80% of my own food and are careful on the rest.

    Here are a few snippets of the garden circa 2018 spring, it doesn't show the whole extent or the outer "melon and squash outskirts", but all I can do for now.

  • Deadboy

    I am dissapointed about the lithium disposal techniques.

    Somewhat tangentially, I noticed some nuclear magnetic resonance instruments operate around the 1ghz (even a bit below) level. That would of course not be weaponized.


    *Something has pushed our planet to the brink.

    My interest in Hawaii got me curious as to the status of volcanoes globally.
    So I pull a reference site and guess what?
    Right now there are 33 volcanoes in the state of eruption. Yes, it's shocking.

    Right now Tokyo is under seige from Ash. No news, nothing. This is Tokyo, a major city.

    Take a look..

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    Global Weather Pattern Hell On The Horizon

    33 erupting volcanoes is going to impact our climate. Drastically.

    Volcano World

    How do volcanoes affect the atmosphere and climate?

  • Who said this?

    “If your hate could be turned into electricity, it would light up the whole world.”

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    FYI. If you can stand to stay up until midnight, the lineup on Coast to Coast includes Dane Wigington, and this guy—>

    First Half: Author and investigator, Paul L. Williams, holds a Ph.D. in philosophical theology from Drew University. He'll be joined in the first-hour by his co-author Rodney Howard Browne to discuss the last 200 years of American history that mainstream media has not covered. This includes secret alliances between the CIA, the Sicilian and US mafias, and the Vatican to thwart the possibility of a Communist invasion of Europe, why heroin is such a valuable commodity, what the conflict in Syria is really about, and the role that the central banks play in all of this.
    Wreck-on drivel mutt might benefit from listening?
    Naaah. Tunes?

  • Jebus Jebus

    lol… Check Please!

    "Anti nuclear groups get funding from the coal, oil and gas industries to spread disinformation and hysteria."

    Quora: Is Media more powerful than nuclear power?

    Anyone care to oppose that answer?

    • Deadboy

      I already knew that some anti nuclear people get funding from some of those industries and others they don't mention. Sheesh.

      • Deadboy

        "Michael Shellenberger is a very well informed activist that has experience advocating on both sides."

        What does that mean? Stupid shells.

        • Jebus Jebus

          What do you think of Ian, someone not from the USA, who felt compelled to actually post to the NRC's public circus of concern in 2015?

          • Deadboy

            I can't say I have an opinion about him (Mr. Fairlie, that is).

            I was just wondering about that Shillingbugger guy, I mean, considering he's advocated (I would guess for financial gain) pro and ant nuke? Can't say I know him, but that line I quoted seemed particularly awkward.

            So I did some checking out.


            "Michael Shellenberger is an American author, environmental policy expert, cofounder of Breakthrough Institute and founder of Environmental Progress. He was named a Time magazine Heroes of the Environment (2008),[1] winner of the 2008 Green Book Award,[2] co-editor of Love Your Monsters (2011) and co-author of Break Through (Houghton Mifflin 2007) and The Death of Environmentalism (2004).[3] He and his co-author Ted Nordhaus have been described as "ecological modernists"[4] and "eco-pragmatists."[5] In 2015, Shellenberger joined with 18 other self-described ecomodernists to coauthor An Ecomodernist Manifesto.[6] On November 30, 2017, he announced during a New York Times conference that he would run for Governor of California in 2018.[7][8]"

            Awww, isn't that cute…

            • Deadboy

              If you scroll down a bit…

              "Save Diablo Canyon campaign

              In January 2016, alongside several other authors of An Ecomodernist Manifesto – including Robert Stone, David Keith, Stewart Brand and Mark Lynas – as well as Kerry Emanuel, James Hansen, Steven Pinker, Stephen Tindale and Burton Richter; Shellenberger signed an open letter urging not to close the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.[43] It was addressed to California Governor Jerry Brown, the CEO of Pacific Gas & Electric and California state officials.[44]"

              "Save Illinois Nuclear

              In April 2016, Shellenberger, alongside other scientists and conservationists – including James Hansen, Stewart Brand, Nobel Laureate Burton Richter, Kerry Emanuel and Mark Lynas – signed an open letter urging against the closure of the six operating nuclear power plants in Illinois: Braidwood; Byron; Clinton; Dresden; LaSalle; and Quad Cities.[45] Together, they account for Illinois ranking first in the United States in 2010 in both nuclear capacity and nuclear generation,[46] and generation from its nuclear power plants accounted for 12 percent of the United States total.[47] In 2007, 48% of Illinois's electricity was generated using nuclear power.[48]"

  • Deadboy

    Woohoo. That cas9 trojan wheat seems to be coming sooner than I thought.

    "People forced to avoid gluten could soon have their bread (and cake) and eat it. Now there are strains of wheat that do not produce the forms of gluten that trigger a dangerous immune reaction in as many as 1 in 100 people.

    Because the new strains still contain some kinds of gluten, though, the wheat can still be used to bake bread. “It’s regarded as being pretty good, certainly better than anything on the gluten-free shelves,” says Jan Chojecki of PBL-Ventures in the UK, who is working with investors in North America to market products made with this wheat."

    35 of 45 gene removals done.

  • Deadboy


  • Deadboy

    How rad is PC? I get the feeling summin goin up in yo bitch there.

    That's in California.

  • Deadboy

    Well that's an odd one.

    It's not often you hear Professor Christ talking about unknown DNA shit and i-motifs.

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "A fault in the East Bay deemed more dangerous than San Andreas; geologists call it a “tectonic time bomb” "

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    The right of authority is arbitrary. This is something people never think about. The one with authority is the one with the biggest army. (On rare occasions, undeniable intelligence grants authority)

    This question of authority is directly related to the nuclear and industrial problem, the political problem,the economic problem and the problem of limited public freedom. The men with narrow thinking amassed the biggest guns using your money and control almost every aspect of your life this way

    I will try to explain this using an indian as an example…Quanah Parker

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      check out Quanah Parker

      There is a reason Quanah looks like a powerful man of truth who could wear a full feathered headdress of eagle feathers, and you look like a sneaky, weak, getting fat jerk….

      Who is your hero? Quanah or Trump?

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      My father was part of the Native American Church. I didnt know it until now but Quanah started that. He was gored by a bull and given peyote to keep him alive. Peyote, like so many plants of our green earth are illegal. Who has the authority to make peyote illegal? Everyone should question authority and throw this yoke of power tripping pin heads off your shoulders. If it were only possible!

      After Quanah received serious wounds from a bull, a Mexican curandera was summoned and she prepared a strong peyote tea from fresh peyote to heal him. Thereafter, Quanah Parker became involved with peyote, which contains hordenine, mescaline or phenylethylamine alkaloids, and tyramine which act as natural antibiotics when taken in a combined form. Clinical studies indicate that peyocactin, a water-soluble crystalline substance separated from an ethanol extract of the plant, proved an effective antibiotic against 18 strains of penicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, several other bacteria, and a fungus

      Peyote is free if you can find it growing and are not caught by authorities. Imagine something that is better than pharmaceutical antibiotics that saves your life and is…free! Every conservative patriot is rightfully horrified at this thought because it destroys capitalist economics. Surely free things would cause chaos and destruction as civilization unraveled into anarchy!

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      White man loves the rule of law. The right to own land, profit off of everything without regard to ethics…this is the white mans way. Now every race is a white man, including the indians. The system enforces this on the people of the world through law and indoctrination.

      After Quanah Parker was defeated by white mans guns, he said he would walk the white mans path. I want to make two points on religion and economics

      Parker's most famous teaching regarding the spirituality of the Native American Church:

      "The White Man goes into his church house and talks about Jesus, but the Indian goes into his tipi and talks to Jesus."

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        The Indians were herded onto reservations and the ones that didnt go were massacred. The government decided to give this indian land to white homesteaders. Quanah Parker had become an acquaintance of Teddy Roosevelt and pleaded with him to let the indians keep their reservation land, but white man is a dedicated real estate salesman. Many treaties were broken.

        Quanah liked living in the teepee, but realized the big white man house was a powerful symbol of authority. He built a ten room house, and had many meetings with officials and authorities in it.

        The cost of that big house was $2000. Now a house that big would cost a million. Its easy to calculate that the real estate game is not sustainable. You can graph the rise in real estate prices and in a short time, relatively speaking, nobody will be able to own any land and the real estate scam will be over

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          Everybody, almost without exception, has given themselves over to an overlord. You do this unthinkingly, you think its normal and good. Those overlords are the same as they were a few years ago when buffalo roamed the plains by the millions and land and medicine were free.

          You go begging them with petitions to stop destroying the blue green earth. You know you have no authority. Yet you believe in some authority…the law. The point I would like to make is that law is completely arbitrary. There is no divine bestowal of that right of authority, it only exists because big guns will kill you if you dont give into it.

          Of course civilization now needs laws…but thousands and millions of laws wont make a strong true and ethical person. Being a patriot to this big government…whatever country you live in and whatever their laws, doesnt make you deserving to wear that big headdress of eagle feathers. You look stupid and farcical in it. A gilded turd.

          But your indoctrinated normalcy bias forbids you to see it.

          Quanah Parkers grave stone reads

          Resting Here Until Day Breaks
          And Shadows Fall and Darkness
          Disappears is
          Quanah Parker Last Chief of the Comanches

        • earthsmith earthsmith

          The great man wanted only a little, little land, on which to raise greens for his soup, just as much as a bullock's hide would cover. Here we first might have observed their deceitful behavior.

          Delaware view, passed down through oral tradition, of the first arrival of the Dutch at Manhattan Island, about 1609.

          • earthsmith earthsmith


          • earthsmith earthsmith

            "Once we were happy in our own country and we were seldom hungry, for then the two legged and four legged s lived together like relatives, and there was plenty for them and for us. But the Wasichus came, and they have made little islands for us and other little islands for the four leggeds, and always these islands are becoming smaller, for around them surges the gnawing flood of the Wasichu; and it is dirty with lies and greed.

            Black Elk, the great Sioux chief

          • Deadboy

            Dutch capitalist tradition lives on in Delaware. Pretty much everyone goes there. Now THAT'S a legacy.

      • danger kitty danger kitty

        Yes!—>"The White Man goes into his church house and talks about Jesus, but the Indian goes into his tipi and talks to Jesus."
        The difference is, established religions are businesses, self-serving and Power establishment serving interpreters of religion. they are middlemen. Not to be trusted.
        The other way is direct perception. And it doesn't REQUIRE peyote. As the fictional Don Juan says in Castenedas books, psychoactive plants are only absolutely necessary for the absolutely stupid.

        btw, peyote is somewhat endangered, wild San Pedro is not. It's everywhere. People's yards, it's an ornamental plant. you can buy it in retail plant nurseries

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          If big pharma finds out San Pedro is curative, if governments find out it can blow your mind open and cast out the normalcy bias of their authority, they will make it illegal

          • Deadboy

            Ergot, LSD, GM wheat, protein hijacking, endocrine disruption, conspiracy.

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              Deadboy, how are you drawing a correlation? LSD was derived from ergot, the Claviceps purpurea fungus, but then GMO wheat?

              • Deadboy

                Sorry, I can't quite answer that as I'm having some difficulty associating gliadin with glutamine and related "discoveries".

                • Deadboy

                  Specifically, I mean the history surrounding some of that is a bit foggy, kinda recent.

                  • Deadboy

                    I wonder if they bothered with elaborate government sponsored mutation breeding stuff. You know, like in Japan.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      the natural plants are preferred. A complex sharing of DNA of plant and animal in unimaginably complex relations cant be compared to a synthesized lab chemical. But they could both have a use…

                    • Deadboy

                      Sorry, radiation was implied there with the mutation breeding. Maybe I should've mentioned that.

            • Deadboy

              Like, what if much of more modern human bullshit, is related to parasites?

              Could some particularly common parasitic bacterias/fungus influence society over generations and make people think it's really good? Could you be a fungal drone (as say, some psilocybin promoters seem to be)? I mean I don't wanna knock it completely, but they talking some homogenous religious stupid at times. Same sort of thing with LSD, though perhaps not as bad.

              Psychiatrists like drugs, just saying.

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                if you are just crap inside, and you open a door to see that, you will find crap. I dont know about your 'friends', but it seems they could use a different environment and mind set before opening the door which yields nothing but crap…by your explanation

                • Deadboy

                  Cool, at least I know where I stand.

                • Deadboy

                  I liked your explanation more btw, it highlights denial, parasitic behaviour and then an attempt to demonize the host.

                • danger kitty danger kitty

                  Code, so for some people it's not about opening the doors of perception, it's more about emptying the septic tank of perception?

                  • Ya DK thinking that for some "a good trip" would not feel so good at first, as the googles full of crap, disguising the other crap, come off.

                    Me too been a few decades…..

                    • danger kitty danger kitty

                      Yep, stock, but isn't that the point?
                      Better to go through that now than later when one has no agency to correct the situation, not having a physical form.

                • Deadboy

                  Was wonderin summin bout the transcription…


                  So like, if wheat tries to defend against you eating it and your immune system tries to defend against wheat, yet in "culture" the suggestion is to eat a FUCKLOAD of wheat, which has been modified quite a bit to make it a bit more tolerable and there are contunued efforts at making wheat "more tolerable" by editing genes analogous to human genes. Maybe some protein folding?

                  But anyway, what would benefit most from manipulating host folding? And then I consider, again, the strange coincidences related to societal homogeneity, related to their consumerism (diets), and I consider nuclear research, and I consider the CIA and I consider a bunch of other shit.

                  Have you guys ever noticed how some experienced drug users relate LSD to a sort of communal industrialism?

                  • danger kitty danger kitty

                    "Have you guys ever noticed how some experienced drug users relate LSD to a sort of communal industrialism?"


                    Maybe if you elaborated on what the heck that is, instead of just "mentioning" it might be easier to understand you.
                    And it relates to wheat, how?

                    • Still seems like guided AI to me. The level of comprehension and memory doesn't make sense the SA druggie and alcoholic with a dog and famous lineage.

                      But then again, maybe it is special and found a home of sorts. LOL

                    • Deadboy

                      That's a nice reply stock, you running out of the zero arguments you have for defending trump?

                    • danger kitty danger kitty

                      Yep, stock, Frank is salvageable…if he lives long enuf.
                      If he just told us what was wrong with his health, there's enough experienced healers here to help him get through it.
                      Cayenne for heart attacks, Frank. last time I checked it is still in the Materia Medica of the United States as an emergency remedy for heart attack. I had chest pain once, Cayenne stopped it in 30 seconds.
                      Now I just take 1/2 teaspoon a day in juice. I also take a lot of garlic tincture 'They' say the garlic softens arterial plaque, and the Cayenne scrubs it out. According to my first last and only CT scan, my arteries have zero plaque. When my father was my age, roughly same diet and smoking history, his artery was 90% blocked. same with grandparents on both sides of my family.

                    • Ah, same as playing the Hitler card (which Code did so nicely and humorously also).

                      I will always defend America and it's basic laws. It's where I live (although I do have some backup plans, LOL)

                      PS when you play the "Trump card" it means the argument is at an end, and you have no play.

                    • Deadboy

                      You defend america, but it is a derivative, bastardized construct that knows only perpetual war.

                      What the fuck drugs are you using?

                    • Deadboy

                      DK, really. Don't bother. I'm out of reach.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Dead, 40 hours or so of Ray Conniff will bring you back to life and in reach. Sing along!

                • Deadboy

                  I wonder if Bayer has ever been directly involved with some dat shit. I mean, they're all up in the chemo business, so.

                  • Deadboy

                    In humans, for instance, bayer is quite adamant about its wonderful solutions, regarding your blood.

                    • Deadboy

                      Check the pitch.

                      "In 1936, Monsanto acquired Thomas & Hochwalt Laboratories in Dayton, Ohio, to acquire the expertise of Charles Allen Thomas and Carroll A. Hochwalt. The acquisition became Monsanto's Central Research Department.[24]:340–341 Thomas spent the rest of his career at Monsanto, serving as President (1951–1960) and Board Chair (1960–1965). He retired in 1970.[25] In 1943, Thomas was called to a meeting in Washington, D.C., with Leslie Groves, commander of the Manhattan Project, and James Conant, president of Harvard University and chairman of the National Defense Research Committee (NDRC).[26] They urged Thomas to become co-director of the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos with Robert Oppenheimer, but Thomas was reluctant to leave Dayton and Monsanto.[26] He joined the NDRC, and Monsanto's Central Research Department began to conduct related research.[27]:vii To that end, Monsanto operated the Dayton Project, and later Mound Laboratories, and assisted in the development of the first nuclear weapons.[26]"

                • Deadboy


                  "Gliadin is a protein found within wheat gluten. It is, from a cold scientific viewpoint, a fascinating issue, a protean protein capable of incredibly varied biologic effects in humans. Among the things we know about gliadin:

                  –Gliadin is the most abundant protein in wheat, contained within gluten polymers.
                  –Gliadin of 2012 is different from the gliadin of, say, 1960, by several amino acids, part of the genetic transformation of wheat introduced to increase yield-per-acre.
                  –Gliadin is degraded to a collection of polypeptides called exorphins in the gastrointestinal tract. "

                  No mention of some your t-cells considering it invasive.

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Code you see the way the world turns clearly!

            It is all rather quite insane..all of it.. and yes all of a perpetual scam in motion.

            The Earth will be the final loser and yes all will be really is only a matter of time now.

            The human race "is" insane.

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    Indian ceremony

    " The resounding drum thundered throughout my being. I could not distinguish the hogan from the interior of my own skull. I drifted further away from the meeting until I was completely unaware of sounds or the presence of others. I walked over to a huge velvet curtain and as I touched it, it slowly parted…

    On the other side a magnificent world sprang up. This world was sprinkled with little shining crystals, and the absolute silence lent itself to a silent song that continued without an apparent end. Little droplets of pure molten silver were falling from the heavens, and each blending of non-existent sound had blended to become the purest light. Each sight in this most magnificent of worlds represented infinite perfection.

    The universe was enclosed in a huge round dome and contained millions of replicas of the same world, each representing a different plane of consciousness.

    I laughed at my former prejudices and what I had considered to be sin in myself and others. ..a tremendous upsurge of blissful emotion poured its intention into a tiny shell that expanded larger and larger. It reached its unbearable breaking point, and then release as the shell burst and a huge burning white flower grew bigger and bigger at a slow unceasing rate; the petals reached out to their fullest extreme..


    Hawaii methane destabilization. Volcano, fissures.. burning blue with methane gas.

    Sorry, I have nothing more to give this site.

  • What do Americans really think? A poll source with 123,000 followers.

    And some insights into CIA FBI and former Director Brennan

    Also I found links to the "Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide", which some Twitter establishment were pointing at saying "Team Trump is not saying specifically that we broke these rules" at its 653 pages long.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      "their readers [conservative polls] support much of the things that I do."
      It doesnt bother you at all that those questions are leading, stacked? Lets do a poll; do you believe stock has stopped abusing his children?

      (1) yes, I believe stock is a good person
      (2) hell no, he raises police dogs that are the favorite of neo nazi white supremacists

      thats an example of a leading, stacked poll question. Heres one from the poll site

      "do you support the republicans move towards draining the swamp?"

      The swamp consists of both republicans and democrats, therefore the question is leading. To answer yes, it implies democrats constitute the swamp, and of course who wouldnt want to "drain the swamp"

      But what about some of the other opinions

      80% are pro israel and 89% think Trump has done a good job

      89% dont care if Trump had sex with Stormy Daniels and had his lawyer pay her hush money
      but 90% think Joe Biden has skeletons in his closet after videos showed hum inappropriately touching young girls

      a majority think American journalists should be fined or imprisoned if they produce propaganda that fights against the United States

      78% think that yes, absolutely Trump should get a nobel peace prize

      • Deadboy

        Do you like heaven or hell?

        See, most people agree with me on this.

      • Deadboy

        You mentioned Joe Biden btw. Score.

      • agreed on the stacked language, but still, why do not the LLD types show up and pick the obvious other vote?

        Is it that they do not even want to see dissenting opinions?

        BTW Biden is undoubtedly at child grabbing creep, how far he takes it is not public knowledge at this time. What promises could they extract from him after lolita island?

        At least you viewed the garden/dog pictures, lol

        • Deadboy

          stock, the problem is, you're only gonna get biased views on your site.

          Maybe you haven't figured that out yet.

          • The bias should be towards anti nuclear environmental loving people who would typically be liberal, but must be what I call the "crossovers" the ones who can escape party lines.

            The site I link to has 123,000 followers, that should be more representative of a mix.

            And FUCK YOU, "biased" views sounds bad, my readers are not biased, they are right leaning environmentalists, except FTF remember that one?

            • Deadboy

              "The bias should be towards anti nuclear environmental loving people who would typically be liberal, but must be what I call the "crossovers" the ones who can escape party lines."

              Thie bias will be towards those who relate to your ego and ideology.

              If I make a metal site often promoting black death shit, I ain't really expecting dancehall supporters.

        • Deadboy

          Remember Trump's quote about Epstein after some of his visits to lolita island?

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          stock, see thats the great advantage of refusing an alliance with a political ideology. You can see Biden appears to be unduly attracted to under aged girls and at the same time dont have to cover your eyes to the fact that Trump is a womanizer who was fucking Stormy Daniels while fucking that playmate while his wife was pregnant. ….not that theres anything wrong with that…I mean, hell its legal to murder thousands upon thousands of native people, so whats a little sex? Where you gonna draw the line?

          • Code, freakin easy to draw the line… don't grope underage kids, you don't have any type of sex with underage kids.

            new Poll
            Because Code equates having sex with grown women, in the same boat as groping children….

            OK you make up the questions, LOL, its meant in fun bro

            BTW people should have more sex, the #metoo movement wants to separate men and woman, make them distrust each other out of the gate. Pigs aside, sure like to see Weinstein arrested on Friday as they state.

            BTW "unwanted advance" is not mis-conduct

            Saying, you give me a blow job, or I take back the acting part I just offered you….is some kind of a crime. Seems obvious Weinstein crossed that line a few times, probably not 80 times

            • Deadboy

              Bullshit, code didn't equate having sex with grown women to groping children.

              Code mentioned that precedent you're representing involves associating with child abusers, whores, etc. While also mentioning, the rest of you typical capitalist fuckheads like Biden are scum.

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              stock… can I be direct? morals are not etched in stone, they are cultural to a large extent. Many people would find Trumps actions morally reprehensible and be as sure of it as you are about under age. We can never be TOO SURE about our normalcy bias. The lowest Age of Consent in the world is 11, in Nigeria. The age of consent is 12 in the Philippines and Angola, and 13 in Burkina Faso, Comoros, Niger, and Japan.


              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                Because I was talking about Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief, I will mention he was a brutal killer and thief. This is a common theme of mankind (dare I say ape-man?) through history. 'Good' and 'bad' is largely a relative term.

                HomoSapiens is savage

                • He sold out rather than be defeated….

                • danger kitty danger kitty

                  Code, "Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief, I will mention he was a brutal killer and thief."

                  A killer and a thief in whose eyes? The current holders of the Rue lala?

                  Had I been in his shoes I might be a thief and a Killer, too. I have my own Rue lala…

                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    dk…the comanche were a tribe on the war path. The other indians didnt like them so much and helped the whites track them. Killing, torture, thieving, kidnapping…it was just a way of life. Getting the horse was a big part of this, the main thing that put many indian tribes on the rape and pillage warpath. Spanish brought the horse to the new world in the 1500s. Maybe the Comanche got them a hundred or two hundred years later. Still, this is hundreds of years of native american-with-horse history. Comanches were the ultimate horsemen. They didnt make pottery or weave baskets. Strictly hunters and warriors.

                    Some indian tribes were remarkably brutal. This was not simply a reaction to white man invasion. "There is ample evidence that most, if not all, of the Indians of northeastern America engaged in cannibalism and torture "

                    One cant judge this on moral grounds any more than one can judge hyenas scorpions and wolverines. Man is a killer ape


              • Deadboy

                But the question is. Did those girls consent? Did this boys consent?

                What happens between a couple of 10 years is none my business, if it's sexual. Ain't no damage there (mostly, I hope).

                But when you got like Joe Bidens and Donald Trumps and Epsteins and shit physically imposing. Not just, but…

              • Indeed, in 1900, the normal age of consent was 12, pretty much across the world. it was about survival, and it was about getting those "girls" off the families dole and onto someone elses…which in an agrarian society plays out more directly. girls can't move as much hay.

                But regardless of growth hormones LOL, we pretty much all "KNOW" that a higher limit is correct. Hawaii is 16, and 15 with parental consent (LOL is that in writing, or what) regardless of the age of the other party.

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  Code; "We can never be TOO SURE about our normalcy bias."

                  stock; " we pretty much all "KNOW" that a higher limit is correct"

                  Code; "We can never be TOO SURE about our normalcy bias."

                  stock; " we pretty much all "KNOW" that a higher limit is correct"

                  repeat until the end of Trumps regime, or the end of civilization, whichever comes first

                  • You may know something different than I know, but I do know what I know.

                    Case in point — in Jamaica countryside, lobster dinner at a little restaurant. After some overproof rum, the owner offered me his daughter for $75. She was like 14, I turned down the deal. Somethings you know are just not right, even if "legal"

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      a good capitalist would have offered him $50 and an acre of moon real estate. Youre slipping

                    • Deadboy

                      So stock, did you inform the authorities?

                    • Deadboy

                      I mean, she was legally aged, sure(?), but that's some form of solicitation? How you even got yourself into that position, I don't know, I would question your associations.

                      Other than that though, I find it out that you didn't mean that the guy you're referring to was arrested for being a pimp.

                      What's happening with that? Is that guy still pimping his daughter?

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      the jury listened to the accused who let the Dakota pipeline through explain;

                      Why did you do it?
                      "because right is right"

                      how do you know youre right?
                      "because I am right"

                      Yes, but how do you KNOW?
                      "because I know what I know"

                      thats not really an answer
                      "it is what it is"

                      but many people find it reprehensible you let the pipeline through
                      "LOL, we pretty much all "KNOW" that it was correct"

                    • Ruh Roh, Jamaica gate!

                      Uh, to answer your other question….obviously you don't read well….I went to a country restaurant for some lobster. Somewhere's around Negril

                      Prostitution is not prosecuted in Jamaica, google it, just don't use the Echo Dot

                    • Deadboy

                      So, illegal, but tolerated? Like Donald Trump?

                    • Deadboy

                      Also, there's a difference between prostitution and what I was referring to. You seem to think I Don't know all the law.

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          stock, Im not a liberal democrat, so I think you often make that mistake

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        Poll. Please vote

        (1) "I believe Trump is the best leader the country has ever had and I dont care about his sexual deviancy and selling the U.S. to international corporations for exloitation and bombing Syria under false pretense"


        (2) "I believe Quanah Parker was a great chief and has more experience and understanding than Trump of the needs and wishes of the people who have a sovereign right to the land and resources of north america"

        Simply vote (1) or (2). Both democrats and republicans are urged to let their opinions be known

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          typo, should read 'selling the U.S. [coastline and minerals] to international corporations for > exploitation <

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          cmon you people…VOTE! Thats the problem with you pinko liberal commies…no BALLS!

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            I should say that I deliberately skewed the questions into a leading type format to illustrate in part the unfairness of speach

            Lets pose it differently. If you dont want to vote 1 or 2, vote

            (A) I think Trump is a better leader of mankind than Quanah Parker
            (B) I think Quanah would be a better leader of mankind than Trump

            or better yet, make your own wording…

            • Deadboy

              (A) I think Trump is a better leader of mankind than Quanah Parker
              (B) I think any bullshit you can come up with would be a better leader of mankind than Trump

              • Deadboy

                Just on hate alone, I would score well there. That's all democrats, maybe even some republicans and even…libertarians!

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  thanks for contributing! So we have a vote that any bullshit would be better than Trump and the Indian Chief is even worse. Stalin?

                • But love is what makes the world a better place…

                  Hate (greed) and envy is what causes the real problems in the first place.

                  Take time to help others you don't know and expand your brain and happiness too…

                  …after all you only have so many days to do it even if you live to be a hundred years old.

                  Double true wowsers.

                  Check this one out…

                  Love vs. Hate:


                  • Deadboy

                    HD my dear little bitch. See, I ain't got no time for your peasantries and pleasantries. When you do stupid evil shit, I will be hating that. The strangest thing about that is I am STILL capable of love, depending.

            • A weak president would have chosen not to fight the NWO globalists….and instead, take a netflix and some book deals instead……

              Like that crazy fucking infantryman who throws himself on the barbed wire so his buddies can walk across

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                still believing Trump blocked the globalists while letting them drill all around the U.S. and even in prior protected areas, supporting Israel while screwing Palestine, hiring NWO guys… You got fortitude!

              • Damn stock you actually mean the guy with the flack jacket that helped others to avoid lead poisoning? Crazy huh…

                Scary (that you don't know better) for sure…


                Very scary…

                • Deadboy

                  Jeez HD, and in the mean time, I haven't been seeing many proposals to improve, water, health, environmental…well, shit, conditions in general. Did you know the administration is pushing benzo-like shit as opioid treatments, I mean, other than involvement with trafficking and such.

                  • Well all the trafficking shit is just that, pure bullshit…

                    If you are talking about sheeple they go to a stranger looking for a buzz and find uppers and downers that they can take legally (with a excuse) from a fools signature? Then you are on to something….

                    So you are depressed huh, go to a doctor and get a upper…

                    Over dosed on anti depressants? Do you suddenly feel nervous? Huh? Then go back to the pill pusher and tell em you feel nervous and get a downer anti anxiety pill?

                    And once they have totally screwed up your brain chemistry (where the brain goes the ass follows) they aren't responsible because you were crazy to start with (enough to eat their crap pills blindly) to start with.

                    Them there crazy people are crazy…

                    Just ask a pill pusher.

                    Just ask any drug dealer you meet. Same excuse…

                    What a total crock of total excuses…

                    And it's all in the public record, So if you think you need something to get by remember it will end you…

                    But that's just common sense.


                    Them there crack heads get depressed and anxiety when they don't get their drugs too…

                    How very obvious and sad…

                    No prescription required…

                    Do drugs? Get stupid, script or not…

                    • Deadboy

                      But, you like alcohol and sugar and mescaline. Those are drugs. Particularly psychoactive and psychedelic, too.

                      Hey, I'll give you that, at least those buttons you like aren't CIA shit, right?

                    • I don't eat mesk. I do drink prue mezcal (hold on gettin one now)….

                      Ahhh, good stuff and purified from distillation and fresh outta the ground…

                      Time to fire up a good cigar too.

                      Cusano M1? And a good drink of cactus juice?

                      Whoo hoo!!!! Life is worth living correctly!!!

                      How bout them apples, ya like apples?


                • HD, havent watched FPS in many months, awesome stuff.

                  problem with a lot of people….lack of lead in their diet.

        • danger kitty danger kitty

          Question number two, Code. My heart and soul belong to the local Indians. My life has been greatly enhanced since I started studying at there classes on culture, land management and language. Their language is a language of consciousness, like Sanskrit perhaps. Their word for hello translates to "How bright burns your inner fire?"
          My grief counselors are a husband and wife team of shamens.
          they are the world's experts on grief; 95% genocided.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Hey Frank, this is entirely unrelated but I wanted to tell you because I'm about to log off for a while. I ran across a little article about a new music genre called Death Metal mariachi. didn't read the article, but I was sure you'd want to know…

  • Ya mean like this?

    Or maybe like this…

    Don't actually take the time to click on em…

    …may learn something if you do that.


  • See while herding cats at ENE, I forgot just how creepy the Biden family is…, its all in the family…..

    Washington (CNN)Former Vice President Joe Biden's youngest son is in a romantic relationship with his sister-in-law and the widow of Beau Biden, the vice president's older son who died in 2015 after a prolonged fight with brain cancer.
    Hunter Biden confirmed the relationship with Hallie Biden in a statement to The New York Post on Wednesday.
    "Hallie and I are incredibly lucky to have found the love and support we have for each other in such a difficult time, and that's been obvious to the people who love us most. We've been so lucky to have family and friends who have supported us every step of the way," he said in the statement.

  • 100 Ways the EPA will lie to you after a nuclear event in the USA

    What they'll say: "As appropriate: Lives have been lost, people have been injured, and homes and businesses have been destroyed. All levels of government are coordinating their efforts to do everything possible to help the people affected by this emergency. As lifesaving activities continue, follow the instructions from emergency responders… The instructions are based on the best information we have right now; the instructions will be updated as more information becomes available."

    • Deadboy

      But rick perry and scott pruit will try to reduce the obvious nature of the lies as they understand that when they have no basis, omission of emission is possibly best left to foreign nationals.

      • Deadboy

        For instance, I could be bombimg Madagascar as we speak. Because there's a lot of really fucking cheap resources to exploit, and even better, there are near ape-like idiots who I can genocide in the process of subjecting them to slave-driven mining conditions. The funniest thing, is because they're near south africa and I'm associated with this sort of, I dunno, corporate prison direction I ship them over to south africa and then immediately arrest them and imprison them (LOL). After that, a solid dose of indoctrination fixes their hatred.

        I ain't no fucking ordinary psychopath. GTFO.

  • Long ago, I did a post on the 93 one liner lies of nuclear….that post is here, and still worth visiting.


    100 Ways the EPA will lie to you after a nuclear event in the USA

    What they'll say: "As appropriate: Lives have been lost, people have been injured, and homes and businesses have been destroyed. All levels of government are coordinating their efforts to do everything possible to help the people affected by this emergency. As lifesaving activities continue, follow the instructions from emergency responders… The instructions are based on the best information we have right now; the instructions will be updated as more information becomes available."

  • Jebus Jebus

    The scientists tested the new method on rice paddy soil samples retrieved from different locations within the Fukushima prefecture. The samples were taken close to (4 km) and far away (40 km) from the damaged nuclear reactors. The new method found caesium-rich micro-particles in all of the samples and showed that the amount of caesium associated with the micro-particles in the soil was much larger than expected.

    Dr. Satoshi Utsunomiya, Associate Professor at Kyushu University, Japan, and the lead author of the study says "when we first started to find caesium-rich micro-particles in Fukushima soil samples, we thought they would turn out to be relatively rare. Now, using this method, we find there are lots of caesium-rich microparticles in exclusion zone soils and also in the soils collected from outside of the exclusion zone."

    • earthsmith earthsmith

      Please skip to next meltdown

      "This information can then inform cost effective, safe management and clean-up of soils contaminated by the nuclear accident."

      Survivors be damned

      • who needs prevention….trust us we will have fixes for all that radiation one of these decades.

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          exactly! Market forces will produce the solution to nuclear fallout. So youre a capitalist too eh? Glad theres still some of us out here to make money, nobody else is doing it

          • Deadboy

            This is derivative work, credit where credit is due.

            "Beware! Noel Francisco is apparently third in line at the Justice Dept! If something happens to Rosenstein then he would apparently have oversight of the Mueller investigation!
            Noel Francisco is formerly of Jones Day law firm: “Jones Day currently represents President Trump’s campaign committee, the Republican National Committee and other Trump political action committees, according to the National Law Journal…. Jones Day’s client list includes Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, Deutsche Bank, Chevron, Qualcomm, Toyota, Verizon, United Airlines, GE, GM, Volkswagon, Reynolds American, Inc (the second largest American tabacco company), and Gazprom export LLC (a Russian gas company)….“, Excerpted from: “For Trump, ethics rules are no more than an inconvenience to be waived aside” by ROBERT WEISSMAN Corporate Presidency, Ethics, JUNE 1, 2017, Citizen Vox. Read the article here:

            Noel Francisco “was part of the legal team that worked for George W. Bush on the Florida recount in the 2000 presidential election.[4] In 2001, Francisco was appointed as an Associate Counsel to President Bush in the Office of Counsel to the President"

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    This is about the most interesting thing I can post right now

  • Don't be scared little one…

    The only one that said they were scared was you…

    Perhaps if you would stop stinkin the place up pissin in a box and spreading disease from rooting around in the ole litter (and purrin around rubbin against anyone that happened to be around you) box you wouldn't be scared after all.

    And I'm hoping that for ya…

    …but still doubting it.

    Ole pooper stinkin one…

    Dane brammage? If you were stupid how would ya know? Seems to be the actual definition of the disease…

    Come on and get with it, whatever it may be?

    How about what's correct, recon that will do it?

    • DUDe DUDe

      "Judge Curtis Karnow issued an order last week that will allow jurors to not just consider evidence regarding what caused Johnson’s cancer — but also evidence that shows Monsanto’s been hiding the truth about glyphosate’s potential to cause harm."

      I think they should also allow global overpopulation as a argument for the deathpenalty that should be mandatory for genocide..and we have a lot of those genociders in this pathocracy world..

    • Jebus Jebus

      Landmark lawsuit claims Monsanto hid cancer danger of weedkiller for decades

      Give them all lawyers to deal with…

    • Deadboy

      Is it worth mentioning again that bayer and monsanto are/were involved with shit like warfare, chemical, poison, sicknes, nuclear weapons development, etc?

      I mean I didn't know this shit:

      "In 1936, Monsanto acquired Thomas & Hochwalt Laboratories in Dayton, Ohio, to acquire the expertise of Charles Allen Thomas and Carroll A. Hochwalt. The acquisition became Monsanto's Central Research Department.[24]:340–341 Thomas spent the rest of his career at Monsanto, serving as President (1951–1960) and Board Chair (1960–1965). He retired in 1970.[25] In 1943, Thomas was called to a meeting in Washington, D.C., with Leslie Groves, commander of the Manhattan Project, and James Conant, president of Harvard University and chairman of the National Defense Research Committee (NDRC).[26] They urged Thomas to become co-director of the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos with Robert Oppenheimer, but Thomas was reluctant to leave Dayton and Monsanto.[26] He joined the NDRC, and Monsanto's Central Research Department began to conduct related research.[27]:vii To that end, Monsanto operated the Dayton Project, and later Mound Laboratories, and assisted in the development of the first nuclear weapons.[26]"

      Hey, I don't even know. And I wanted to say something but I forgot what it was the cas9 GMO wheat is telling me I should go get strontium enriched milk now.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Federal appeals court bans pesticide linked to honey bee decline

    The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit [official website] on Thursday blocked [opinion, PDF] the use of a pesticide linked to the declining honey population in the US. The disappearance of a large number of honey bees in recent years has led the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) [official website] to suggest a rule [AP report] in May to create pesticide-free zones at specific times of the year. Judge Mary Schroeder found in this case that the EPA had failed to adequately test the toxicity of the pesticide sulfoxaflor before approving its use. A spokesperson for the EPA said [AP report] it will review the decision.

    • DUDe DUDe

      I don't know to what the insects in europe are responding already but the windschield is getting dirty again after years of nothingness..hoorayyy..

      • Jebus Jebus

        I have seen the increase too. My property cams capture spiders crawling over them, weaving, at night. Seems the bugs see IR like a flower.

        The weight of the green biomass is heavy this year. I have a nice field out back. Apple trees are done with blooms. I watched early yellow jackets taking the necter from the little flowers. That was something new to me.

        No, no extinction yet. No one notices…

        • DUDe DUDe

          "The weight of the green biomass is heavy this year."

          Same here..the trees are heavy with green leaf's..really clue what's happening..has a certain pollutant dissapeared..or have some key-(micro)-specias adapted or clue. But it looks really good..alive..

          • Jebus Jebus

            Here is something possible.

            420 ppm in so many ways.

            What do they pump into all those indoor grows to create the fast cash for that brand new exponentially growing quasi legal industry?

            I can't say it doesn't cause at least a local increase…

            • DUDe DUDe

              I thought about the "plantfood" for a moment Jebus..but why suddenly..and in combination with insect grow..

              • Jebus Jebus

                Biological response?

                A large region of biology died on Earth this last seven plus years.

                Not all nuclear, not all chemical, not all diseased, not all eaten by man, not all starved to death, but all together, they died.

                Then they decomposed themselves as nature directed.

                So the rest of the biological organisms, that are left, get the call?

                Prolly why some feel it…

              • Fractals DUDe, study fractals. Things dont go up or down in a straight line.

                On this note I am signing off from ENE.

                Nothing but attacks and derision, I don't need that, it's not beneficial.

                I have done some big things in my life, not just my own little solar company. Reduced equivalent oil consumption by maybe 20 or 30 billion gallons, still a drop in the bucket, but I gave it a run.


                Stock out.

                PS the will last for another month, then that too will be gone. have a pretty good email list of the "legit" people and will reconvene in another format at another time. SO

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  stock…happy trails. Let me say that what looks like attack to you was a fertile ground for me. Had you not held Trump high and said the liberals destroyed america, I might never have written all that stuff on the psychology of man that leads directly to industrial pollution. And it does.

                  I know you didnt get much out of it, but for my taste, the investigation of the corporate/capitalist mentality, its deferral of ethics to social Darwinism, the ethos of the invading Europeans, not only in the Americas but everywhere around the world, was a great addition to the investigation of Fukushima and the nuclear nightmare.

                  While you imagined yourself hearding cats, I imagined myself as handily (and with some significant time sacrifice) proving my views on these vital subjects

        • danger kitty danger kitty

          "The weight of the green biomass is heavy this year."
          Not so, here in Southern California. But then, we've only had 30% of our normal rainfall.
          Insects still holding at only 20% of the species we used to have before Fukushima blew up.
          Ash trees still showing mutated leaves. What's new is that this year, for the first time since fuku, some seedlings of the mutant plants have sprouted. Didn't happen before because the seeds were small, shriveled up and not viable until last season. The new seedlings are showing a few mutant leaves already…

          • Jebus Jebus

            I had a year of stay in early years, '80's, in perris, san berdino, and hemet. Worked and played. It seemed like nature was already taken away back then. Definitely a different set.

            I compare my very solo youth in the forest to today for my gauge. I was one of the before nerds that had a rack of bugs for science class…

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              the life and magic is all gone in N Arizona compared to what it was. Its harder to tell in the deserts because it was always harsh. But birds and insects especially are still way down. buying some local organic and notice deformed greens

              In general, its like someone flipped the switch off of natures majesty

              • Here ya gal…

                But it ain't gone everywhere, including there

                All else is foolishness and gloom and doom for fake nothing…

                Wanna get real?


                Then just do it…

              • Jebus Jebus

                It should be troubling thoughts for everyone.

                The diversity I experienced sitting there by that pond, for hours, long ago, is set into my consciousness. I would never trade that for anything.
                I'll carry it forever.

                The PNW forests are still rich with life. Many places for life. Not sure about the quality as we see the troubles the creatures have, lately. A species missing is starvation for one and unchecked growth for another.

                1 2 3…

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  Pacific northwest forests..and especially inland…I saw those forests in Montana. They are dying. You cant say this is from radiation…but you cant say it isnt either. I take that back…you can say for sure that SOME damage was done from Fuku and all the others, no way to deny that.

                  Sure, its root rot and bug infestation, but thats a symptom, not a cause. I estimated 25% of the forest was dying. Long black moss hanging on dead trees, the pristine life of the forest knocked out. Silence where you expect to hear birds and insects.

                  I went through Yellowstone. For my taste there was a remarkable lack of bird life. But if you look at bird surveys, bird life didnt fall off a cliff after Fukushima, with a few notable points, like zero Colony nesting birds fledged in 2011.

                  adding all the bird species together, there is only about one bird per square mile in yellowstone. here in the desert there must be thousands of birds per square mile. Can that be right? Something is wrong and part of it was the extermination of the wolf

                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    the web of life and how white man destroys it without noticing

                    Plains Indians respected the wolf as a great hunter and as a guide to the spirit world; American settlers slaughtered more than a million wolves during the 1800s.

                    The federal government began subsidizing wolf extermination on federal lands in 1915, and the last known wolf den in Yellowstone was destroyed in 1923

                    With a reintroduction of a small number of wolves, the elk spent less time foraging along stream banks. Willows and other plants that had been eaten to the nubs began to flourish again. So did some of the animals that depend on the trees, like beavers, which use willow branches to build lodges. Since the wolves were reintroduced, beaver colonies have increased eightfold. So there are more beaver ponds—habitat for insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, and moose. The rivers even changed shape to more meander. In winter, wolf kills have provided food for other park dwellers, including ravens, magpies and bald and golden eagles.

                    Who knows what a lush, animal filled wonderland Yellowstone might be if man hadnt exterminated the buffalo, poisoned the wolves, sprayed DDT and glyphosate, and rained radioactive fallout

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Archaeological evidence recovered in Yellowstone indicates that there has been a sustained human presence in the region since sometime after the end of the last glaciation there with the oldest artifacts dating to more than 11,000 years ago.

                      Yellowstone in the last 150 years was stripped of life by poison, traps and bullets.

                      One whooping crane currently resides in the park in the summer, a remnant of a failed experiment conducted to restore whooping cranes to the Rocky Mountain flyway

                      Reintroduction of the wolf was a revelation. They completely revitalized a dead ecosystem, including the course of rivers.

                      "In recent years, anti-wildlife politicians have attempted to undermine the Endangered Species Act by slipping contentious policy riders into must-pass spending bills in an attempt to strip wolves of federal protections. This year, Congress has added a record number of anti-wolf measures to House and Senate appropriations bills that fund the Department of the Interior, as well as to House defense authorization and energy bills. These measures would block Endangered Species Act protections for a variety of wolf populations"

                    • Deadboy

                      Check this out, people. It's habitat related.


                      That's a bit north of here, my grandfather used to "own" some land there, we used to drive over/past that river a few times.

                      I ain't never seen that. There's a bunch of shit I could mention which could cause that, but I mean…

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Trump could swim in that alligator river. He would make it great again

                  • Well I'm just guessing her code but I would say #3 did it for the most part…

                    Plutonium? Named after the god of death?

                    A BILLIONTH of a gram is deadly?

                    Did you see the boom?

                    Ya think it's complicated?

                    It's not…


                    Think about that simply…

                    Plutonium? Mox is why is exploded…

                    Many people inspected it because they already knew it would blow up…

                    If you watched the video above you know ther were correct….

                    Donesn't even matter what country they were from, they were correct.

                    Get with the program and get with the actual science

                    and know they were correct…

                    And boom, the cat's outta the bag…

                    The world is changed…


  • Jebus Jebus

    If building a cell were like building a building, and the DNA contained the blueprint, the nucleolus would be the construction manager or engineer. “It knows the supply chain, coordinates all the jobs of building, does quality control checks and makes sure things continue to work well,” said Dr. Antebi.

    This is a highly coordinated process, he said. And life span can be thought of as how well the nucleolus balances the need to grow with the need to repair, correct mistakes and make sure everything works.

    The Thing Inside Your Cells That Might Determine How Long You Live

  • DUDe DUDe

    Airmen Safeguarding American Nukes Busted For Using LSD

    A group of US Air Force air men who were part of an elite squad responsible for safeguarding America's nuclear weapons have been busted for using and distributing the hallucinogen LSD and other drugs, according to the Associated Press, which published details from several courts martial involving members of the purported ring.

    Though most of the conspirators got off with a slap on the wrist, news of the drug ring, which was busted at F.E. Warren Air Force Base back in March 2016, is still cause for alarm.

    "Although this sounds like something from a movie, it isn’t," said Capt. Charles Grimsley, the lead prosecutor of one of several courts martial.

    At times, the AP report reads like an advertisement for LSD, or "Acid" as it's more popularly known. During one courts martial, the air man on trial described their experiences using the drug. One described "bad trips" that led to intense feelings of paranoia. Others described pleasurable sounds, colors and sensations.

  • Deadboy

    "An experienced wine connoisseur can probably tell at a glance if that $1,000 bottle is the genuine article, but most of us cannot. A properly trained machine learning algorithm might be able to help with that. IBM has announced the creation of an artificial intelligence program that can look at items and tell you whether or not they are counterfeits. And of course, it’s got blockchain technology built in. Doesn’t everything these days?"

    Perfect. I can't even try and joke about that because I'm pretty sure it'll tell me it wasn't legitimate and also, I trust it.

    • Deadboy

      I'm gonna tell that piece of shit about this ancient chinese proverb. I seriously doubt it could figure it out. It goes like this "The quality of wine is determined by its price". That's funny.

      • Deadboy

        I tried it on a cola that seemed a lot like Pepsi. But it scanned the cola for signs of real dead babies and found none.

        What the fuck? Someone other than pepsi is selling cola? Sorry about the shop owner. His broken bones can be explained fairly directly by my insistence on REAL Pepsi and since he did try to sell me counterfeit shit other than the REAL corporate clone bullshit, you know, shit happens.

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