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  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Radioactive crap affects the young more than the old. Anyone up for looking into this? Go for it. A few months ago, I was fine. Now, I can hardly do my job. I think I turned 150. Social Security is going to take a beating if this keeps up

    • danger kitty danger kitty

      uni, does it feel like your legs are getting weak, in a neurological way; not fatigue? When my wife got sick last year, she went down in 10 short weeks. By week 5 she was in a wheelchair.She had RA.I.D.S. Docs ignored that. Docs were a clown show. They were only interested in doing nuclear imaging, extracting half a million dollars from her insurance along the way. All they did was diagnose the incipient lung cancer they launched into stage 4 by all the nuke scans on a person with a big body burden of internal rads. It was, oh gee this is moving fast, order another cat scan. OMG, this is moving fast, order another. OMFG, it's moving faster, let's try a PET scan. Then, at the end: you're too weak for chemo & we've gotten all the money we can out of you, so bye. But she died of R.A.I.D.S., not lung cancer. She wasn't even having trouble breathing. Just weight loss, fatigue, weakness.
      Cont. I'll get to the point by & by…

      • danger kitty danger kitty

        I've been fighting my R.A.I.D.S. with herbs, supplements, energy work, etc. My wife, an R.N. chose standard medical​, & per her wishes we never talked radiation with the docs.
        Two weeks after my darling passed, I started going down hard, too. All the reliable remedies no longer were working. Weight dropped fast, fatigue. What was new, I felt my legs being cut from under me, as had happened to her. Here's the thing: I could tell by the feel it was neurological, similar to what happened to many of the sailors on the Ronald Reagan. Rate it was going, I'd have been in a wheelchair in TWO weeks.
        The only thing that saved my ass was a friend badgered me to see an acupuncturist/healer she knew. This healer put me on to Avemar, aka Oncomar. Google it. Lots of legit studies on it, mainstream integrative oncologists use it, just not the clowns at Sharp. Healer said she's seen ppl. beat stage 4 cancer with the stuff.
        In one week I got back 20 lbs. of my lost weight, another week I got back the other 20, plus my strength and energy.
        Stopped taking Avemar 9 months ago cuz I was ok, but lately been a feeling fatigue return (no weight loss) so I started taking Avemar & all the other stuff again. In 4 days, energy back.

        • danger kitty danger kitty

          Anyway, uni, the point is this: if you can give me an address of some kind that you're comfortable with (work?), I'll order a month's supply sent to that address.
          It's just some kind of specially processed wheat germ, what it does in simple terms is to strip away the disguise cancer cells use to hide from the body's own cancer killer cells plus increasing the body's production of natural killer cells.

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

            You can grow your own wheatgrass or millet grass and juice it. If you don't have the special juicer, just chew the grass and swallow the juice, and spit out what is left.

          • unincredulous unincredulous

            I have had fatigue for years. But for now, I just chalk it up to life sucks. Well, the job I have just has been a lot, and the hours usually are not that long, but it wears me out, so I can't get a second job. So I can't afford good food much. Recently I see they have a superfood salad at the local grocery. I felt a bit better woofing that down. But the job I have involves being on a hard floor sweeping down four flights of stairs and mopping the stairs. Once a week, I have a second four story flight of stairs. Walk backwards down the stairs doing it. It's not a natural thing, IMO, and months of doing that along with an hour of mopping and an hours of vacuuming, and wiping down furniture, and dusting. It's just a lot of hard wear on the feet and legs. My hamstrings get tight. I just ice my ankles and stay off my feet. Not much of a life though. I have to spend my money this week on mounting motorcycle tires = a hundred bucks. I went to a garage sale this morning, an estate sale and got two pairs of timberland pro work shoes like new in the boxes for 12 bucks. I'll try a nice pair of shoes and see if it fixes me up. I've been through a dozen pairs all bought at online auctions for about a hundred twenty five bucks trying to find a pair that will satisfy. I get shooting pains in my feet and ankles. Sure, could be a serious medical issue, could be type 2 diabetes or pre diabetes. could be slave labor. I appreciate your offer and I'll get back with you after tonight's…

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            Very interesting that.

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            I hear an alarm going off, uni. Dunno what that means.

        • danger kitty danger kitty

          Two technical notes that serious people here might find useful: 1) After my wife's first CT scan, the docs started asking if she'd ever had exposure to asbestos. Apparently the images showed scratches on her lungs similar to mesothelioma, not usually seen in 'regular' lung cancer. Made me think of those new-fangled, never seen before, cesium filled micro glass beads. Remember, we got what was probably the largest doses of any Californians by burning brush in the rain; 200+ hours running/breathing hard, throwing armloads of sopping wet brush on mega hot coals. The water flsh boiled in our faces, we breathed it. Fuck Obama & his "cold shutdown"
          2) A PET scan uses a radioisotope of flourine for contrast. Half-Life of 30 minutes, so it should be gone in a few days. Three days after the scan I laid my Inspector Alert on her chest, 10 minute count. Didn't expect much cuz bod -weight shields rads. It was 100 CPM!
          So, 4 CTs, 1PT, almost daily x-rays=stage 4 cancer. All she started with was R.A.I.D.S.! Don't do that, people…

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            Code could probably explain why already super volatile fluorine is probably not the greatest thing to want to have radioactive, with some energy release profile information.


            "Fludeoxyglucose (18F) (INN), or fludeoxyglucose F 18 (USAN and USP), also commonly called fluorodeoxyglucose and abbreviated [18F]FDG, 18F-FDG or FDG, is a radiopharmaceutical used in the medical imaging modality positron emission tomography (PET). Chemically, it is 2-deoxy-2-(18F)fluoro-D-glucose, a glucose analog, with the positron-emitting radionuclide fluorine-18 substituted for the normal hydroxyl group at the C-2 position in the glucose molecule.

            The uptake of 18F-FDG by tissues is a marker for the tissue uptake of glucose, which in turn is closely correlated with certain types of tissue metabolism. After 18F-FDG is injected into a patient, a PET scanner can form two-dimensional or three-dimensional images of the distribution of 18F-FDG within the body."

            I almost read some of that as it being causative in cancer. Almost, like the supposed scanner is…hmm, nah, couldn't be.

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          studying avemar. Got to sleep now. again. I will tell my friend with skin cancer of this

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    A 20 year old they tried to get to do my job said it was too much for him. He declined. He said he had anxieties. I told my supervisor, hey, I do too. Well, he did turn 90 in 2011

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    I banned myself. I can't do anything right.

    • I hate it when that happens…

      Detox from Heavy Metals with These Foods:

      Enjoy life…

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

        TY, HD.

        Discover the Healing (and Detoxifying) Power of Bentonite Clay!




        Is Frankincense Oil for Cancer a Good Natural Alternative? (video)

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

          Bathable and Edible Clays, by William Bodri

          "All About Radiation…"

          Detox from Radiation, Heavy Metals, Cleansing & Restoring Your Body – Naturally

          Zeolite may prove useful for detoxification following radiation exposure

        • Yep and discover the detoxification effects of never ingesting them to begin with…



          This mat be something to look at…

          …or not.

        • I like clean veggies fresh juiced, filtered water and food souring (wash with baking soda rinse vinegar)…

          Cs shows up as potassium on a standard test, the Cs test is a different story…

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          I work in a cancer treatment place, I know one woman who quite working there and does the same thing now in a different place. She said all her friends tell her that her color has come back and she looks better. The carpet in the place I work is pretty old and needs to be replaced. Reading on Henrietta Lacks makes me imagine I have breathed her cells in frequently. Thousands of pounds of her cells floating around now… sick thought. And I smoke, but not much longer I imagine now that it is against the law for me to possess… appreciate your thoughts and the links. Nappy time

          • danger kitty danger kitty

            uni, it may be the walls in that cancer place have inadequate shielding in the walls between the CAT scan rooms & the ultrasound rooms. It's VERY common. I got a 'free' scan that way, once, whilst getting an ultrasound. No data, tho…
            Take a Geiger to it!

            • unincredulous unincredulous

              I was fine until a few months ago when they had me cleaning in there. I don't clean in there for a month or six weeks now. But really yeah it was just after being in there this all started. My new shoes seem to have given much firmer support tonight at work. The machines are off when I go to work. I think. And I'm not in there or within 150 feet anymore.

              I'm more afraid of the brown recluse spiders I encounter there. I know it's odd. But true. I smash a couple every week. Once there were dozens of these little tiny ones. I mopped them up.

              Radiation and spiders…, hey maybe I will get lucky and Stan Lee will take over where Enenews left off


              • In reality the biggest risk you would face cleaning is any potential leakage of materials from xray and cancer treatment machines. There is supposed to be 0 leakage from these machines and for good reason… The particles are what to worry about.

                Not trying to scare you but danger kitty's idea of taking a counter to work is a good one… Put it on silent and let it record without allowing the speaker to click. That way you won't draw attention to yourself.

                If you are not feeling well and think there is a correlation it may be time for a little 007 to see is its contamination.

                If the machine is off the reading should be the same background as anywhere else in the building.

                If the average jumps in these areas (and none of the machines are running) there may be particle contamination from a malfunctioning machine.

                You can pick up a GC that's portable, stores data and will monitor silently for around 200 bucks…

                compare with other radiation detectors:


                Also keep in mind that contamination events from medical devises are nothing new..


                • December 6, 1983 – Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.[17] A local resident salvaged materials from a discarded radiation therapy machine containing 6,010 pellets of 60Co. The transport of the material led to severe contamination of his truck.

                  When the truck was scrapped, it in turn contaminated another 5,000 metric tonnes of steel to an estimated 300 Ci (11 TBq) of activity. This steel was used to manufacture kitchen and restaurant table legs and rebar, some of which was shipped to the U.S. and Canada. The incident was discovered months later when a truck delivering contaminated building materials to the Los Alamos National Laboratory drove through a radiation monitoring station.

                  Contamination was later measured on roads used to transport the original damaged radiation source. Some pellets were actually found embedded in the roadway. In the state of Sinaloa, 109 houses were condemned due to use of contaminated building material. This incident prompted the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Customs Service to install radiation detection equipment at all major border crossings.[18]


                  So these machines contain a plethora of dangerous radioactive materials that disperse (ongoing emmissions for decades) particles if the machine is damaged or defective.

              • "I'm more afraid of the brown recluse spiders I encounter there"

                Don't be, although they can lead to infection and necrosis it's rare that they will effect your health…

                …I've personally been bitten 3 times and other than having a nasty bruise, no side effects, no doctor visits…

                A home treatable problem (like a simple bee sting)..

                Not even in the ballpark of the dangers with radiation exposure…

                • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                  Disinformation. Again? Although I recommend plantain, chewed and applied- even run-of-the-mill advice differs from your own:
                  …In some cases, brown recluse spider bites can cause symptoms throughout the body. Warning signs of this syndrome include fever, rash and muscle pain.

                  These symptoms may occur with or without the breaking down of red blood cells, which can be life-threatening, particularly for children.

                  "We don't know why [this] occurs in some people with a brown recluse spider bite and not in others, but it is life-threatening and does require immediate medical attention," explained Seger.

                  "Our recommendations are that all children under 12 with a brown recluse spider bite should have a urine test for the presence of hemoglobin [the compound in red blood cells that carries oxygen to the body] in blood," she said. …


                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    One of my family members died after being bitten by a black widow.

                    I did sort of push someone else out of the way of one of those descending on her, while her boyfriend was too busy not even noticing. Probably the most honourable thing I've ever done, who knows?

                    In retrospect, maybe I should've just looked away too.

                    Anyway, The mortality rate for being bitten by a brown recluse should be of some concern.

                    So, I hope you're being sarcastic HHD.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Sorry HHD… typing errors. Meant HD.

                    • Well Black widow venom effects the nervous system… (sorry to hear you know someone who died FM)

                      What do you do when bitten by a Black Widow?

                      Take Benadryl or another antihistamine EMEDIATELY,

                      Smash a cigarete, cigar or use chewing tobacco or snuff and make a paste with water (or spit if you aren't around a water source.)

                      and apply it to the bite site AND seek medical attention ASAP…

                      Brown recluse bite (bee stings too)? Use the tobacco trick for 30 minuets and then wash the area…

                      …DO NOT BANDAGE the bite site.

                      I Hope this helps someone else down the road…

                  • Disinformation? Where…

                    Some people die from a honey bee sting too…

                    Doesn't make anything I just said misinformation…

                    Fact is you are more likely to have a systemic reaction from a bee sting than from a brown recluse…

                    Best you brush up on the facts before crying misinformation…

                    Common knowledge for those that have been in contact with these spiders and as I said I've personally been bitten 3 times so go ahead and say I don't know..

                    Here's the truth…


                    …how about that, I'm not the only one that knows about these urban myths after all. 🙂

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Otoh, I've been stung by "deadly" african bees quite a few times.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      As you can see, my immune system is something out of this world.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      the take away? Hippie had a high chance of misdiagnosing the spider and may have been bitten by another type of spider.

                      'While the majority of brown recluse spider bites do not result in any symptoms (not a super majority though, 63%), cutaneous symptoms occur more frequently than systemic symptoms. In such instances, the bite forms a necrotizing ulcer that destroys soft tissue and may take months to heal, leaving deep scars. These bites usually become painful and itchy within 2 to 8 hours. Pain and other local effects worsen 12 to 36 hours after the bite, and the necrosis develops over the next few days. Over time, the wound may grow to as large as 25 cm (10 inches). The damaged tissue becomes gangrenous and eventually sloughs away. '

                      there is NO comparison between a bee sting and a brown recluse spider bite….wowsers

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      Your article: at least one in ten requires medical attention… the rest of the article cites: misidentification, misdiagnosis, and regions of habitation.

                      I'm done.

                      … This spider’s venom includes a neurotoxic component…principal concern is its necrotic or cytotoxic properties, which cause it to destroy the tissue where it is injected. ..Symptoms include chills, fever, bloody urine, fatigue, jaundice, pain in the joints, nausea, rash, and in extremely rare cases, convulsions and death. The amount of damage depends on the amount of venom injected. … Affected tissue becomes gangrenous, turns black, and eventually sloughs off, leaving a depression in the skin. Healing is slow and scar tissue results from the wound. Healing may take six to eight weeks or require up to a year if the wound is large.

             …reactions to the venom… are more common in children, the elderly, and patients in poor health. Brown recluse spider venom can cause blood clotting in the small blood vessels of the skin surrounding the bite area. Although the majority of brown recluse spider bites heal completely within three weeks, sometimes a lesion with a core of dead tissue may develop, spreading or persisting for weeks. With some individuals, the bite wound fails to heal and may require skin grafts…

                    • Ya know it really surprises me how some posters around here will try to disprove real facts while promoting any rumor or myth that happens along (and in such juvenile ways too)…

                      Instead of simply asking the question…

                      Are you sure that it was a brown recluse that bit you?

                      A question someone that is interested in finding out the facts (and yes code positively identified and those spiders eliminated every time). Instead why don't you try to shed doubt on the facts and promote scary fairy tales instead.

                      Do you feel any responsibility to the actual truth or is this just your little playground to push your own agenda in?

                      Statements like these about something as simple and downright provable as common household spiders throw into question your judgement on ANY questionable topics you write about.

                      Don't you see that simple fact?

                      Any one that reads that kind of tripe already knows you will twist something to make some kind of problem up or push your own personal agenda…

                      And these same posters that complain that no one listens about radiation…

                      …or could it be that you just don't really care about the real truth or real information that may actually help to truly educate someone?

                      The Grown Child O' Meter is off the charts…

                      The BS O' Meter has a bent needle.


                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Hippie Dog, where are you going to bury this little bone you drag around since you got here?
                      'Statements like these about something as simple and downright provable as common household spiders throw into question your judgement on ANY questionable topics you write about.'

                      brown recluse is a harmless common household spider?? really? Joke?? wowsers

                    • unincredulous unincredulous

                      Holy shit, I caused quite a stir with a remark about a brown recluse spider.

                      I know what they look like, they are all over the place around here. fiddle shape on their back and very distinctive leg lengths.

                      I've seen pictures of brown recluse spider bites requiring skin grafts that I would not even link to.

                    • "Hippie Dog, where are you going to bury this little bone you drag around since you got here?"

                      No bone here just a bunch of triped op crap from people that have no idea how to promote anything other that opinion.

                      So i show and tell you the truth and instead of asking me question as to my facts it a pissing contest to see who can come up with the prettiest lie to prove me wrong.

                      That's nothing personal even though you try to make it that way.

                      It's never how do you know that, it's always some fake excuse, as fake as the rebuttal arguments.

                      Should I wrap that in a bow? It's just BS…

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      uni is a real fucking man, with real fucking empathy, trying to spare you from bullshit.


                  • And the first paragraph in the article HillbillyHoundDog posted above is??

                    Drum roll please….

                    "Although the bite of a brown recluse spider is poisonous, these wounds usually heal well if left alone, an expert notes."


                    Is that information wrong too?

                    Not thinking so since all webmd's material is vetted by experts…

                    Take it easy on calling BS on something HHD, lest you wind up like chicken little…

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      You know I'm not necessarily calling BS on that, but I do think necrosis in a compromised immune system (which uni seems to have professed, at least, from my stupidly unscientific vague diagnosis) is concerning, at least, to me.

                      Kill those fuckers uni, whenever you see them.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      webmd is actually quite mistaken on many issues. Its popularity is an indicator of its intention.

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      The bites usually heal, Hippie? Meaning most won't lose a limb? Sometimes, they don't heal. Sometimes, it affects the entire immune system. Sometimes, folks get skin grafts. Sometimes, they mistake a bite for something else. Sometimes, they die; granted- rarely. There will be a scar and it will take weeks to heal, IF You're lucky. So, the fact that they usually, eventually, heal makes them akin to a bee sting? Uh, no.

                      Did you know the smaller the spider, the more potent the toxin? A neurotoxin, no less. I personally know someone who's life was changed by a brown-recluse. Verified brown-recluse. Tiny, dangerous, almost deadly.

                      Sometimes, you make sense. I'm going to err on the side of caution and throw all your medical advice and other endless spouting out, however.

                      Knew you'd like the run-of-the-mill big-pharma approved WebMD, though.

                      Hear there's on-topic news…Later.

                    • "The bites usually heal, Hippie?"

                      Yes 99.9 percent of the time if left alone and not bandaged in the first week…

                      ..after that a little neosporin helps to speed the healing process.

                      "Meaning most won't lose a limb?"

                      In all of recorded medicine few have ever lost a limb from a brown recluse bite…

                      WAY more rare than being struck by lighting…

                      Any other questions?

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Excellent, HHD. I know some of what he shills for.

                    • Just takes a week or two to go away..

                      Of ALL the 3 bites I've suffered there has been no scaring.

                      Used tobacco to draw the poison One I didn't catch in time to use tobacco (happened in my sleep I think) so I used iodine to wash it and left it the hell alone after that.

                      2 of the 3 I treated with neo ointment after the first week.

                      None were covered with a bandage for at least 7 days.

                      Living proof and living truth beats a horror story every time…

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      The thing about spiders is that they lack consciousness and as a result, also lack conscience.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Well HD, I've been stung by those "deadly" african honey bees probably more than 3 times.

                      Should I go around saying it's no problem? No problem.

                    • Yea fart ing tons. the biggest blowhard on the site calls me a shill?

                      Wow that's surprising…

                      You dream world people blow everything out of proportion for shock value. The problem is (chicken little syndrome) if something serious comes along you won't even see it and even if you did, no informed person would believe ya.

                      A teaspoon of sugar mixed with a pound of manure is still manure.

                      Stick to trump/hillery bashing…

                      Medicine is obviously not your thing.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Hey fucktard, when's the last time you were stung by an african bee and suffered and died from anaphylactic shock?

                      Now, if you would be so kind as to mention ANY post I made espousing a corporate product, particularly without a cautionary note. Oh yeah, you can't do that.

                    • Wel Fartingtons shows his true education yet again…

                      "Well HD, I've been stung by those "deadly" african honey bees probably more than 3 times."

                      Did you loose a limb? Was it a Brown Recluse bite? I must be confused as you are…

                      I could have sworn we were talking about Brown Recluse spiders…

                      So sad…

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      "Fact is you are more likely to have a systemic reaction from a bee sting than from a brown recluse…"

                      Thank you, try again.

                    • And did you say spiders have no consciousness?

                      Wow boy howdy are you in trouble with reality…

                      If the lights are on, somebody's home…

                      Except maybe in your case 🙂

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Yeah well, they may have a little bit.

                      Despite the ubiquity of melanin in nature, all studies to date have failed to identify melanins in spiders, and a recent genomic study suggested that spiders lack the metabolic pathway known to synthesize melanins endogenously in other organisms (Croucher et al., 2013). Hence, spiders are argued to lack melanins (Foelix, 2011; Holl, 1987; Oxford and Gillespie, 1998; Seligy, 1972) and some chemical data suggest that ommochromes, especially ommins, instead produce their dark colours (Seligy, 1972). This hypothesis also suggests that spiders may have evolved novel mechanisms to replace the diverse functions of melanins in other organisms.

                      Unfortunate what they try and use it for.

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      Hippie: Bad medicine.

                      "Around 49% of brown recluse bites do not result in necrosis or systemic effects. When both types of loxoscelism do result, systemic effects may occur before necrosis, as the venom spreads throughout the body in minutes. Children, the elderly, and the debilitatingly ill may be more susceptible to systemic loxoscelism. The systemic symptoms most commonly experienced include nausea, vomiting, fever, rashes, and muscle and joint pain. Rarely, such bites can result in hemolysis, thrombocytopenia, disseminated intravascular coagulation, organ damage, and even death.[20] Most fatalities are in children under the age of seven[21] or those with a weak immune system."

                      GRAPHIC IMAGES
                      If you think you have been bitten by a brown recluse spider see a doctor immediately or go to a hospital emergency department. If possible, bring the spider to the doctor's office so the physician can identify the spider to help make the proper diagnosis. Clean the wound area thoroughly with soap and water first, and then seek medical care. Home care is for relief of symptoms only after you have been treated by a doctor. Apply ice to decrease pain and swelling, and take acetaminophen (Tylenol) for pain. Elevate the area above the heart if possible. Avoid strenuous activity which can spread the spider venom through the skin.

                    • Now Mr. MacMananus Do you ever think about what you just typed out?

                      Ever seen a spider web? A master of engineering…

                      Ever watched a spider build a elaborate catch web in less than a hour to get dinner swinging and jumpin from every vantage point available?

                      Every web and location is unique!

                      I don't think anybody ever told the spider it needed any melanin. May if we just tell them that we wont need any more pesticides!!!!!

                      Ya may be on to somethin there farth…

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      One of my numerous specialties is killing web crawlers.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      And you can call me what's depicted in this image:


                    • Good catch HillbillyHoundDog…

                      This is incorect and needs to be reported for vetting specifically…

                      "systemic effects may occur before necrosis, as the venom spreads throughout the body in minutes"

                      This is a totsally false statement…

                      All but a VERY minute amount of venom stays localized in the e mediate area of the bite and is NOT transported throughout the body.

                      Hence the bruise if it was transported it would create streaks (as say the black widow does) instead of being round AND there would be very deadly outcomes in most cases.

                      Think of the venom as battery acid (is infact acid based) spill some battery acid on your skin? Get a localized burn, let it travel through your bloodstream? Tell GOD I said hello.

                      Glad you caught that, I'll report it for vetting as we have enough misinformation on the web as it is, get it ? On the web 🙂

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      "This is a totsally false statement…"

                      And then follows, a totally false, elaborate statement…

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      OMG, it never ends.

                      Don't play with rattlesnakes, don't feed the skunks, seek medical treatment for brown recluse spider bites, especially children and don't take advice from LNG "Hippies"- especially medical.

                      Todays find: Plantain: The drawer of poisons… Hecky dern, it's everywhere.

                    • Wow this article is riddled with misinformation!!!

                      Glad we went there Hillbilly!

                      Check out the distribution areas?

                      Riddled with inaccuracies…

                      ..gotta watch listening to this unvetted tripe.


                      False and with shipping in cardboard all kinds of insects and spiders are transported all over the world.

                      Gigantic roaches being #1 at the moment around here…

                      Ever worked in a grocery store?

                      My mother has and I've seen tarantulas that would curl your hair, where did they come from?
                      Banana boxes…

                      Here a great example from my hometown…

                      We had a steak house with the best steak in town, they had a stainless fire pit and all the steaks were cooked with mesquite wood…

                      Suddenly they switched to gas and the steaks were no better than anywhere else…

                      ..The people I knew that ate there said they were trying to save money and thought that was the true reason, not so…

                      Turns out they had the wood brought in on trucks that automatically unloaded it into a fenced cage…

                      Suddenly (over a year or so) the neighborhood behind the steak house was over run with scorpions and side winders…

                      After several incidence of attack the health dept mandated they switch to some other form of fuel for cooking the steaks and as they had gas already, they piped it up and went on.

                      So it's easy to think you know something that has way more to it than you think…

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      Hippie: "…"systemic effects may occur before necrosis, as the venom spreads throughout the body in minutes"

                      This is a totsally false statement…

                      All but a VERY minute amount of venom stays localized in the e mediate area of the bite and is NOT transported throughout the body.

                      Hence the bruise if it was transported it would create streaks (as say the black widow does) instead of being round AND there would be very deadly outcomes in most cases. …"


                      Brown recluse spider (Loxosceles reclusa) envenomation leading to acute hemolytic anemia in six adolescents

                      …Children presenting for medical care may be more likely to exhibit hematologic complications than are adults7.

                      Our retrospective review describes cases coming to medical attention at a tertiary medical center and requiring hematology consultation for anemia. All six patients had signs and symptoms of systemic illness including fever, pallor, and rash, along with acute anemia featuring both intravascular and extravascular hemolysis.
                      …Supportive care measures including hemodynamic support and blood product transfusion remain the standard of care in the United States.

                      Healthcare providers in Loxosceles endemic areas should consider this unusual diagnosis in the appropriate clinical setting of acute unexplained hemolytic anemia…."

                    • HHD:

                      "This is a totsally false statement"

                      Todays find: Plantain: The drawer of poisons… Hecky dern, it's everywhere.


                      They call me good…

                      The Drawer Of LiFe:


                      Music anyone?

                    • HHD…

                      "Our retrospective review describes cases coming to medical attention at a tertiary medical center and requiring hematology consultation for anemia. All six patients had signs and symptoms of systemic illness including fever, pallor, and rash, along with acute anemia featuring both intravascular and extravascular hemolysis."


                      Seeems more environmental than spider bite to me…

                      …don't forget spider webs are also a air filter and they live in that stuff.

                      So lots of spiders is a good sign when it comes to nuclear contamination…

                      Spiders and bugs disappear, we have a prob…

                      …it is said that spiders eat a average of???

                      Let's get on the side of the spider a sec…

                      Spiders eat up to 800 million tons of prey each year, more than all humans weigh:


                      Really? That mosquito net just wouldn't work without spiders… Ya think??

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      Hippie "HHD:"This is a totsally false statement""

                      This is your statement. Your misquote credits myself for it. I try to leave more room for variables, habitually.

                      Hippie: " Seeems more environmental than spider bite to me…"


                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      tool or fool? One of those ongoing questions

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      Just think, this guy was bitten no less than three times, "by A BROWN RECLUSE".

                      Keep up the good work, uni… It's a liability for your employer to have them dern rascals biting folks with compromised immunes.

              • unincredulous unincredulous

                I went to a farm auction once and encountered about two hundred of them in a 12 inch square box of carpet remnants. I had just won the bid for two bucks on all the stuff in the corner of a open-sided tractor shed. I pulled a two foot square of carpet off the top of the corner pile to reveal the cardboard box.

                Looking down into the box, about 200 brown recluse spiders all hunched down with their front legs extended up in defense mode sat on these small carpet cuts. No idea why anyone would keep such small scraps, and I digress. But would anyone wager that two hundred bites would leave you looking better than Freddy Kruger? I wouldn't.

                I hung my coat on a nailed post about 25 feet away. Sure enough as I was leaving I felt something crawling on my arm, pulled my coat off and sure as shit there was one in there. I didn't get bit.

                For two bucks I bet I bought the worst deal next to nuclear power

                • Nah you'd be dead or dying on a matter of a few hours, even with quick medical care.

                  I have farm experience and have seen this kinda thing before too…

                  Rid your area of any old cardboard asap and watch the packages coming into your home for sure… Many bad insects enter a area in this manner…

                  And again let's be real a single bee sting and a brown recluse bite are comparable for danger.

                  Africanized (killer bees) only kill by swarming and stinging in mass.

                  If you had disturbed them instead of the spiders you'd be dead now…

                  The spiders you saw went into defensive mode…

                  100's of times safer than killer bees that go into offensive mode and sting hundreds of times in a few moments…

                  Reality? Killer bees are way more a threat than a hundred Brown Recluse spiders.

                  Most of the time when a person gets bit they inadvertently made direct contact with the spider before it bit them…

                  Kinda like dancing around the kitchen when you see a mouse… He's just trying to get away.

                  Just the same (so it's clear) I have 0 tolerance for brown recluses as I do wasps, hornets or copperhead snakes… Those get the ax with impunity at my house.

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    Well then, like I said. I've been stung by "killer" african bees more times than you have been bitten by brown recluses.

                    Considering that there is not even a chance of necrosis with african bees, they're totally safe, no worries 🙂

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    In fact, I have numerous bottlebrush trees in this garden and I try to preserve hives, mere meters away from me.

                  • Well farthe…

                    I to preserve bees as they pollinate our food.

                    The only difference between the killer bee and the European hone bee is the killer bees are very aggressive and will chase you down and sting you a hundred times or more…

                    The European hone bee is docile and will not swarm and chase you like the killer bees.

                    Funny thing about your story is no one ever gets stung 4 or 5 times by killer bees they get stung 100's of times, your story doesn't hold water…

                    These bees were bred by crossing African bees and European bees in south america to produce more honey (a completely insane thing to do) A plate was mistakenly removed and the queens left the hives. The scientist that was in charge of the program committed suicide after learning that the queens were gone.

                    Know this fact son…

                    A killer bee is no more toxic than a simple European honey bee, the difference is when disturbed they attack in force and sting you hundreds to thousands of times if disturbed. killer bees will sacrifice the entire hive (they only get to sting you once and then they die) if they feel threatened.

                    So a story that you were stung 5 times by killer bees is total hype and total tripe.

                    Try to get it together if you can man…


                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Well uhm, the african honey bees are actually very passive, until you piss them off,

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      I mean, I actually live in south afric, I've been stung numerous times and I don't have hybrized hives.

                      So, what's the deal with them being so "aggro" in america?

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus


                      What the fuck is that, for instance?

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      OH right, you guys tried to fuck with something you shouldn't have.

                    • "So, what's the deal with them being so "aggro" in america?"

                      Well they build a nest and ya run over it with the plow and get stung 50+ times?

                      …that would be a prob right?

                      Or slam a door on a old building and get tracked down by 100 kamikaze bees…

                      Kills livestock and more humans every year than a brown recluse ever thought about…


                  • unincredulous unincredulous

                    Just like nuclear, they impart ben'fits, and some states advocate airdropping millions on states that are short of em.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Sounds great. But first, I think you may have a problem with ticks and fleas.

              • unincredulous unincredulous

                The brown recluse sheds, too, leaving his distinctive shape on walls. Not too many other spiders do that. I know em when I sees em.

                I kill em when I sees em. Patients in for cancer don't need no damn spider bites. 'nough problems.

                • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                  Uni, the toxin is intended for small prey, such as other insects and spiders- even each other. The toxin disintegrates the tissue, causing it to liquefy, so the brown recluse can suck the liquid out for food. When this happens to a human, it necrotizes the tissue, resulting in pain and swelling and in some cases, illness, depending on the volume of toxin. It is not altered or changed by chemical process, medicines or immune response; therefore, the resulting spreading necrosis. The "shedded" shells you see, could very well be the exoskeleton left from a meal.

                  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                    Other, harmless or beneficial spiders are food for brown recluses. I used to let them be in the house whenever I encountered them… I once saw a recluse dart out from hiding, bite a beetlish looking bug ten times it's size/weight, in a fraction of a second and dart back. The insect was immediately immobilized and it was only a few minutes before the recluse came back out to devour it's liquefied remains, leaving the skeleton, seemingly intact, behind.
                    I pet bees, too.
                    Unfortunately, there are none this year. Zero.

                  • unincredulous unincredulous

                    they eat each other?

                  • Wow Every time I am bitten or stung I just use tobacco to tincture my skin thus pushing some of the poison back out through the bite holes.

                    I follow with benadryl or other antihistamine (I only use the liquid form for quicker response and never even tried the pill form) Works on all kinds of bites and stings, even snake bites.

                    The fact is that many people that get stung by a bee and have a reaction can stop the damage and reactions WAY sooner when doing these two things eminently…

                    As always if you have heath problems or (allergies to antihistamines) talk to your doctor about this very important first aid technique…

                    It can save you a trip to the ER and even save your life in some instances!!!!! Either way it will lessen the toxin absorbed and relieve the allergic reaction considerably.

                    Call (or text) your poison control center if you are not sure…


                    Find these age old tested and proven first aid remedies before you have a problem.

                    It's pray for the best, prepare for the worst.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Better yet, ask a shaman.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Oh I forgot, your society tried to kill most of them.

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Yep, I used to keep a Epipen on hand when I was stung and years ago I was stung by both a bee and a wasp. Swelled up like a ballon, but recently no stings and seldom do I see these bugs around anymore. Must be that Chitin thing..

                      I discovered that once the bees and wasps knew who I was..they left me alone. I was the one taking care of what they ate and their overall habitat for them.

                      After they understood I was the good guy.. no more problems when they were near.

                      Yet they seem to be severely diminished in numbers since Fukushima blew over..

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      The acrid smell of deceit.

                • SadieDog

                  9:00 video. Hhd is right. No biggy. And alot of misidentification.

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    About 5-10 seconds of that and I noticed the demons.

                  • unincredulous unincredulous

                    those other spiders weren't even close. Once you are familiar with a brown recluse spider, you don't forget. Around here they are very common.

                    Goaded me into posting links to graphic images of brown recluse bites.

                    This one has great shots of brown recluse and bite

                    Look at the bite on this guys leg Almost rather have a spent fuel rod up my ass

                    • Come on the world is ending and it must be radioactive spiders…

                      May want to pay real attention to this statement from the brown recluse horror picture show link..

                      "Vetter R.S. and Bush S.P.. 2002 reports of presumptive brown recluse spider spider bites reinforce improbable diagnosis"

                      So what does "reinforce improbable diagnosis"

                      mean to you…

                      OK how about the phrase

                      "reports of presumptive brown recluse spider spider bites"

                      NOT TRUE!!!

                    • unincredulous unincredulous

             that guy who took pictures of his own bite wouldn't say it was improbable.

                      I knew a girl a long time ago who got bitten where her belt was. she didn't show me, but said it was really nasty. left a hole there.

                      So if one person says improbable, another says emprableable it doesn't matter. Nasty bite.

                      You must have investments in a competing venomous spider company. NYaaah. I never said radioactive spiders.


                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Actual common sense, not what consensus suggests is "common" sense.

                      I don't want you to get hurt, you are clearly not the damaging type.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      No wonder my relations fall away, fucking hell am I angry.

                      I dunno how you manage to stay sane uni.

                    • unincredulous unincredulous

                      @HD "Come on the world is ending and it must be radioactive spiders…"

                      I just made one comment and came back like a day later to see all these comments. sheesh.

                      But really it's better than mandela effect, flat earth or warm water blobs, or algae

                      I was tired of Fukushima, then everything else, I should maybe go to some other site and try and be pro nuke… something to do?

                      The world is ending… and ? What should we talk about? non-nuclear what?

                      Slip resistant shoes… does honey go bad? can spider bites induce domoic acid poisoning? Think the Beatles will get back together? My compass points the same way every day, is it broken?

                    • Let' talk about that one for sure…

                      First and foremost I don't know the guy so I can tell if it's real or a stunt…

                      1st thing that strikes me odd is the HD photos from 10 years ago?

                      2nd truth killer is the title…

                      "Live Brown Recluse spider and pics of when my bite got infected"

                      Focus on the "when my bite got infected"

                      3rd the spiders photos were taken in a animal feeding bin.

                      4th looks like anthrax or another aggressive bacterial infection

                      5th where was this taken?

                      6th seems healthy to me and not missing limbs or dead.

                      7th NO doctor would put you on oral antiby's

                      8th he states he's healed up good.

                      9th No corroboration form any verified source.

                      10th Not from a spider bite and he even says it's bacterial

                      11th Shock value and no real evidence that a spider did it other than the bucket shot so close to the bucket you cant tell where it's from

                      12th A spider is a spider, bacteria is bacteria

                      13th it's just as likely that the infection came from a scrape in a dirty barn and come to think of it more likely

                      14th No explanation on what kind of treatment he recieved (if he had a spider bite treatment wouldn't he share that while producing this video?)

                      Shock value with no real cause or cure just like the last one…

                      Why waiste time on a mystery when we have almost 200 years of study to the contrary…

                      Double wowsers…

                    • unincredulous unincredulous

                      …now, whoa, there's a good urban legend! The Domoic Acid Spider. BOO!

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Aw, let me deconstruct this. Sorry, was listening to death metal.

                      1. I had a higher res than HD monitor more than 10 years ago, good DLSR cameras were no doubt better.

                      2. I call myself satan, I guess you don't feel like mentioning necrosis or the similarities to septicimia, or the fact that many fangs are actually causes of infections, carrying virii or bacteria?

                      3. Well uhm, typically, if you get bitten by a brown recluse, wild guess here, but you don't have a smartphone at hand and you're probably not giddy about getting bitten.

                      4. Previously explained.

                      5. Irrelevant. Brazil.

                      6. Perhaps not missing limbs or dead, but otoh, I would almost suspect that it isn't fun.

                      7. Doctors are retarded and give antibiotics for viral infections because they are marketers.

                      8. Rad

                      9. Uhm, except for the lunks uni posted citing bad damage?

                      10. Oh good, that was even without the spider venom, meaning toxicity would likely be less.

                      11. Post another popular video, or link to J&J.

                      12. Some spiders, besides bacterial and viral infection, indeed do have toxic or venomous properties.

                      13. Nice deflective attempt. It's just as likely fukushima wasn't the problem and that actually, the problem is simply plankton being retarded enough to die.

                      14. What the fuck does that even mean?

                    • Well I just hope someone got the first aid on that…

                      It all happens in the first 5 minuets after a bite or sting…

                      No time for transport or waiting and easily remedied in most cases if ya act quick enough…

                      Good stuff…

                  • Thanks sadiedog! Wowsers…

                    Myth busted again…

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Cheers HD.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Oh, that doesn't mean what you think it does.

                    • Farthington MacMananus really seems to have way bigger problems than the chance of a spider biting him….

                      Seek help demon seeing guy… 🙂

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      And now you have bigger problems than the demon seeing guy. I'm fucking huge bro.

                    • Lookin for the truth is not only rewarding (with true knowledge), it's alotta fun too…

                      Bullet Fired vs Bullet Dropped – Mythbusters for the Impatient:


                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      The unexpected flaw of searching or seeking is being found, particularly for what you have done. Then it may not be fun anymore.

                      To the bitter end.

                    • Is that a threat Farthington? Is a tiny spider a threat? Is HUGE BS a threat?

                      If BS is a threat I'm really scared of you buba…

                      May have to roll the newspaper up again…

                      What say…

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      I'm warning, or threatening you (as you imply) with NOTHING.

                    • unincredulous unincredulous

                      ABC news story: a nasty bite. not likely to get bitten, but if you roll over on one in your sleep or in some other way cause a spider distress you might get bit. Not fatal, but the nastier bites shown were treated with antibiotics and skin grafts. In the old days I wonder if amputation was diagnosed as a cure. I worry that patients in the hospital could roll over on one and get bit. For myself, like I said, I mop them up into a bucket of water and pour them down the drain. (the babies) The bigger ones I smash. I don't have super spider phobia, nor radiophobia (if so, I would not clean in the Nuclear Medicines unit) and chemophobia, nope. Worked with 111,trichloroflouroethylene. Nope, I just use common sense. And common sense says avoid the little f*kers

                    • Well good farthe…

                      I'd like to help you shock jocke to learn what to blab about…

                      Maybe we can get somewhere with the truth, I watched cartoons as a kid but i know there is no santa claws as a adult…

                      All pun intended 🙂

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus


                      A bit unrelated but…notice how demonized reptiles are, compared to mammals? What's the problem?

                    • Identify a real threat (like nuclear power) and then know (in your knower) what a Brown Recluse actually looks like…


                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Indeed HD, I too, identify the real threat.

                    • Hear ya uni…

                      "In the old days I wonder if amputation was diagnosed as a cure"


                      Brown Recluse:
                      So the doctors treated it to a bigger problem that it would have been…

                      You'll think I'm nuts but the true course of action with this type of bite is to keep it dry after using tobacco and water (or mixed with the persons spit) to draw the poison out.

                      Rincing it with water and optional betadyne and then do nothing, that's right you read it right nothing unless you see puss.

                      Takes around 2 weeks to heal and a bandage ad ointment may be applied ONLY after a week has passed…

                      Works for me but you have to make these decisions. A small dose of benadryl may be taken orally at the earlyest moment and a couple of days later to relieve discomfort.

                      No bandages, keep the area dry and no antiby's unless a infection is discovered…

                      This guy (the patient in the link above) having being bitten on his heal had a real problem with shoes and socks, should have remained barefoot (flip flops) for at least 2 weeks…

                      NO soaks, no water on the effected area, NO bandages…

                      All this depends on the fact that he was actually bitten by a Brown Recluse and not something else…

                      Hey just spit-balling here so if you a problem and have doubt refer to the golden rule…

                      Seek hands on attention…

                      And the silver rule?

                      If there is any doubt there is no doubt….

                    • unincredulous unincredulous

                      One video talked about there being 32 species of black widow spider. HD video above seems to have a stripe on the side of its "butt" Thinking some brown recluses may be different and more poisonous than others, but I'm not a spider man. I mean I don't know a whole lot about them. Maybe some are clean and green and some are Fukushimas

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Just keep on killing them uni, that way you have no worries.

                    • Had to answer this one…

                      "Thinking some brown recluses may be different and more poisonous than others"

                      Yepper… It's not what most think though…

                      The environment the individual spider lives in determines the tox…

                      It's about nutrients and contaminates…

                      Her lives in a air filter and picks up contaminates and viral/bac matter…

                      And then he punctures your skin…

                      And young spiders that panic will give it all to ya (snakes too)…

                      …older spiders will hold some in reserve.

                      I guess that's just life with the lights on….


                      Oh yea… 🙂

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Leeks grow really easily. Just drop them in some water for a few days and plant them after that. Knowm sayn? Hybridizes well with other alliums.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    DiCaprio returns Brando Oscar as part of Malaysian laundering probe


    The general populace always quick to claim 'hero'.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus


    You know what I mean.

    Fucking beautiful.

  • SadieDog

    And there you have it. How many of you know that the Grefell Tower that burned in London this week was a mostly/all Muslim building? Ah. Sometimes they can't cut the camera fast enough and some truth slips out. Check it.

  • razzz razzz

    NRC is a front for its nuclear pals.

    'Hearing denied on PTA monitoring'

    "…“There is a need for in-depth, long term, independent air monitoring of DU and, tragically, this is being blatantly and strategically ignored,” Rios said in a written statement.

    Albertini, founder of the group Malu ‘Aina, maintains the public is at risk from aerosolizatin of DU particles.

    Past monitoring efforts, including use of air samples, haven’t found elevated radiation levels around PTA.

    The NRC said air sampling wasn’t needed for the license.

    “The staff agreed with the Army’s analysis that the air exposure pathway, including from high explosive ordnance aerosolization of DU, was highly unlikely to result in a dose greater than 1 millirem per year outside any radiation control area,” the board said. Natural background levels are about 310 millirem in the United States per year, according to the board.

    The board said the petitioners didn’t establish that depleted uranium at PTA “constitutes a significant source of radioactivity” or that there is an “obvious potential for offsite consequences…"

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    NNE of west Yellowstone, small eq cluster today.

  • DUDe DUDe

    The technical magic of producing the spheric web of false truth around us..blocking the view..

    a must see imo , only 7:57 min , think foreign interviews or confessions etc for starters..

    This will make you question EVERYTHING you see on TV

    • DUDe DUDe


    • unincredulous unincredulous

      oh, no! On second thought I believe that I don't believe anything they say already

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      "The use of information warfare to cause unjustified harm on civilian populations of another nation in order to pressure its leaders is unethical. All of this taken into consideration, an offensive information warfare capability, with its nuances and implications being carefully considered, should be developed. "

      Then again, why not try peace. Too damned easy. Just reading this article will mess with your mind.

      And people wonder why other people might consider that the globe earth is a lie. Just saying, not to argue one way or the other, but to consider the possibility, that someone might just lie about this thing. If someone wanted to control the world, information warfare would suggest that the controllers would want to confuse the "enemy" as to the nature of the battleground. Advantage gained. It is not insane, nor silly to consider flat earth. This is just an example, and why I will not dismiss individual flat earth arguments. In the dissection of the arguments, wisdom or some unexpected gain may be achieved. As I've said before, it is easier to believe flat earth than safe, clean, nuclear power where nuclear waste is benign. And that is what the mainstream offers as truth. What else do they have up their sleeves? I prefer fiction that is presented as fiction, not fake facts. Scientists would have you believing in alternate dimensions before they would have one consider a flat earth. Fuck flat earth, but TV…

      • unincredulous unincredulous

        more so.

        Now from what I know about information warfare, it is designed to destabilize everyone. What is important is that we get Donald Trump a haircut

        • unincredulous unincredulous

          Donald Trump's hair is information warfare, designed to destabilize and unnerve. When I typed unnerve I expected spell check to make those little red wavy lines on it.

          Now that is odd

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    The Disclosure project, long video; at 50min 20sec "the missiles were deactivated"

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Did it hit damage the bridge? Ah well, looks broken to me. Apparently, I'm not the only one who's been drinking, either.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    I was in a white room earlier, it looked similar to some sort of technological facility.

    There were pipes and all kinds of horrible chemicals, uranium, fluorine, sodium laurel sulfate, aluminium, sodium benzoate, stuff that I can't even pronounce. I got a bunch of it on me andI think some of that stuff is poisonous.

    Then I walked out of the shower and I feel I need to wash that crap off, what should I do?

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Oh look what I found.

    I was checking

    So then I found this.

    "Galactic Cosmic Radiation Leads to Cognitive Impairment and Increased Aβ Plaque Accumulation in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer’s Disease"

    So then I went back to the

    And noticed this: "Initial tests in 2007 on a patient at Johns Hopkins University Hospital previously diagnosed with symptoms of Alzheimer's disease detected plaque in a PET scan in areas where it was typically found in the brain. Further tests found that the scans detected plaque in patients with Alzheimer's, didn't find it in those without the diagnosis and found intermediate amounts in patients with early signs of dementia. The tests found amyloid plaque in 20% of its test patients over age 60 that had been in the normal range, but had performed worse than a control group on tests of mental acuity.[6]"

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      "In order to confirm if the dye was accurate in detecting Alzheimer's, an advisory committee at the Food and Drug Administration demanded that the team of Avid, Bayer and General Electric perform a study to test their method."

      Well, that is reassuring though.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus


    There was an almost 8 earthquake near Aleppo earlier?

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    The most important factors about why you should probably use more sunscreen.

    1. Considering that the sun causes skin cancer, obviously, staying in the dark is your best option. However, this is not always possible.

    2. Sunscreens are proven to be safe for a wide range of animals, including people and are almost always environmentally friendly.

    3. By inference, some scientists suggest you should use more sunscreen than typically recommended in areas with nuclear radiation. Citing cost-effective, flexible alternatives to expensive solutions such as lead bunkers while providing superior mobility.

    4. Sunscreen tastes great. It is commonly found as a refreshing flavourful addition to the water supply and many animals seem to have taken a liking to, preferring it to usual, bland natural sources. This is easily proven by considering that high levels of sunscreen have been reported in a wide variety of species. There are currently tests with promising as a possible nutritional supplement for infants, the FDA is very eager to fast-track it with possible implications for nutritional guidelines.

    5. It helps the economy, particularly the little guys who would otherwise be unable to afford healthcare, By enabling exposure to a lucrative market.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    120 degrees, obe? Why, shoot. I survived 115 once, working outdoors as a carpenter…for one day…when I was 35 years younger.
    Think I'll just level THIS playing/killing field by not working till it cools. Could be anytime; usually no later than November 1st…
    Ain't no USUAL no mo,tho..

  • PurpleRain,VicFromOregon,Craig-123,timemachine2020,Sue,Bo,Arizonan,amberlight,gladys a milyon,majia,Pu239,dosdos,Mack,Johnny Blade,owlafaye,Florifornia,AFTERSHOCK,many moons,omniversling, m a x l i,PattieB,Anthony,pcjensen,Sol Man,Time Is Short,nedlifromvermont,16Penny, lickerface,weeman,TheBigPicture,SnorkY2K,moonshellblue,Donna, PavewayIII… Just some of the many not seen here very much anymore.
    A big loss.

  • I never met a single one, i miss them all.

  • Byrian416

    MANDELA EFFECT – Wonder Woman Linda Carter Has Changed!

  • Byrian416

    MOSES HAS HORNS? Over 300 examples of Horned Moses – Quantum Mandela Effect Bible Changes Reality

  • Byrian416

    Mandela Effect/ JFK Assassination????

  • Byrian416

    Field of Dreams First Scene – The Mandela Effect

  • Byrian416

    Top 15 Most Believable MANDELA EFFECT EXAMPLES | Conspiracy Theories 2016

  • Byrian416


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    8 NEW Mandela Effects You've Never Heard Of

  • Byrian416

    I'm going to post MANDELA EFFECTS all night long while I smoke DABS 🙂

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Sounds fair.

      Could you troll for a while, maybe focus some of that schizotypal behaviour on…well, you can see them, right?

      • Byrian416

        Yes, I can see most of them.

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          Yep, you know they're the same kind of people that would prescribe you, say anti-psychotics so as to aid your ability to know what's "real or not real".

          Luckily though, you have dense, shortened neural pathways.

          • DUDe DUDe

            Troll's mutual reinforcement feedback looping..

            • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

              I hear Pythagoras was pretty good echoing sentiment.

            • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

              How do you like Belgium btw?

              • DUDe DUDe

                Bring back the people you drove away with all your foulmouthed is your problem , gives you a chance to realize how we feel after batting the saboteurs so long trying to limit the damage..

                Until then leave me alone with stupid posts like the two above..your crazy and hateful , and quickly jumping from absurd level to another is one of your strategy's..we got it..

                • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                  "Bring back the people you drove away with all your foulmouthed.."

                  Absolutely not, angels have better places to go to.

                  • DUDe DUDe

                    I believe i just saw a post of you claiming your not black..and i also believe a week or something ago you said something suggesting you were blacker then black..i think thats a pattern in what you are doing here..

                    let me quote you "would you trust a guy like that ?"

                    "..Absolutely not, angels have better places to go to.."

                    Untill now the subliminal message was you were bringing hell for your suggesting your sending people (the last ones standing up against )to "better places" by frustrating the final crap out of them..

                    "would you trust a guy like that ?"

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      A person does have to be of a certain sentiment to be of a certain sentiment…lol.

                      Experience changes a person.
                      Sometimes small.
                      Perhaps nothing more than one's concepts off fresh ears.
                      But this time the opportunity was random.. and a couple of fresh young minds ..reasonably understood.

                      The job is simple ..TELL IT.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Dark..the sentiment of the whole country is dark.
                      Light too revealing…

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      The globe embedded in Dark sentiment..fatal depression is coming..cumulating..

                      " one's concepts off fresh ears.
                      But this time the opportunity was random.. and a couple of fresh young minds ..reasonably understood.."

                      Sorry Heart , you lost me starting with the fresh ears..:(

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      It's not depression's hatersville.
                      It's lethal hubris.

                      It's a lot of things.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      It's disassociation.
                      It's group think to the point of global folly.

                      It's myopic and self-blinding, as the intent to poke another's eyes out, blinds them to any other VISION of the future.

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      Humans are the single most intelligent and unique species we know.

                      We can communicate about tomorrow.

                      Only us.

                      We just have to practice our potential.


                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Oh ..and forget 'transcendentalism'.

                      Never mind, so much of the mindset could simple be walked away from.
                      The entanglement is too titillating.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Hard to practice our potential ..when the variables needed to even be 'in the game' are being abused.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Oh.. ya, we've come such a long way.. from trying to club each other upon sight and peeing in the stream from which we drink..

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      We have gained a new sense of smell.


                      But have mutated our fight or flight sense.

                      We run towards the threat now…

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      "..It's not depression's hatersville.
                      It's lethal hubris.
                      It's a lot of things.."

                      Yeah , my thinking was helplessness from being in the dark to long and suddenly realizing (seeing) and in lockstep being overwhelmed by consequences that seems like too big and too late to stop them..

                      helplessness –> desperation/depression

                      But you are right..lots of things..lots of levels..dynamics

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      "..We run towards the threat now…"

                      Some seem to really dwell in it..

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      But we can spend 'billions' on delusion.
                      The military is not a passenger service.
                      I suspect a different payload…and not to Mars..

                      Elon Musk’s Plan To Build A 1 Million Person City On Mars Starting In 2020


                      Humans along for the rid ?..of course.
                      Test subjects are always part of the experiment.
                      Human experimentation is high level secret.

                      And part of 'national security' ..
                      But, of course.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Typo.. "ride".

                    • danger kitty danger kitty

                      Rose, I think ya had it right the first time.

                      Humanity is along for the "rid".
                      Goodnight.Dream well.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      a possible way to interpret Farthington; Substitute the first person "I" with any iconic figure, and use it for inference. Thats what Oppenheimer did with this "i am become death the destroyer of worlds"

                      I notice quite a bit of 'free association'. He may fling out a bit of lyric. You wouldnt know what he is talking about. [Quotes would help greatly!]. 'I will stab your eye with a foreign object". Yeah thats weird, but then it turns out to be a song…and Frank seems to have loosely associated it with the U.S. and its imperialist way as being stabbed by up and coming foreign countries. In this trans-categorical way of speech, even individuals become symbols of the broader principle….he may say "I am darkness and will destroy you', responding personally, while it appears to be a way of saying the deadly factors that cometh, born from ones ideology, will be the undoing of ourselves. Dont forget this guy is pretty well read. But perhaps he actually identifies with the 'forces' in a way that would brand him crazy by 'commoners'.

                      Consider his age group culture..the gaming culture. "I am a GOD and will DESTROY YOU" Is a typical sentiment of a player. But here the psychology comes in. Once one has contempt, coupled with self identity challenges…everyone becomes fodder for the game of confrontation, self aggrandizement. "you dont understand me, but I dont care, youre a fool…I rule

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Lol..night ..danger kitty.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      That's an interesting interpretation of my manifestation, Code. You seem to understand perspective.


                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Bam! Spot on! 🙂

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      "..Over the next 40 to 100 years, such an outpost could grow into a large self-sustaining city, housing at least 1 million people and creating a self-sustaining civilization on Mars. Animations shown by SpaceX even suggest that the company plans to start terraforming Mars, making it more Earth-like.."

                      "..40 to 100 years.."

                      So , they gonne land there and virtually instantly using Mars "materials" to build stuff there , factory's and robots and stuff..good luck with that..because our planet is not gonne allow any continuation of business as usual during that 40 to 100 years i doubt they will be able to keep advancing enough to keep building bigger rockets and sending material and people from here very long imo

                      Unless they have a way of totally ignoring the Sixth Great Extinction and all that is causing it..its really hot for the time of the year btw..

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      I think this artifact is what Frank is talking about…

                      Scientists discover nearly-extinct ancient tribe that ritually poisons its own food and trashes its ecosystems


                      Heavy metal tries too hard…


                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      2 thousand years of vile sway and you think heavy metal is trying tpo hard?

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Death metal, sponsored by the masons and you-know-who.
                      'The lyrical themes of death metal may invoke slasher film-stylized violence, religion (sometimes Satanism), occultism, Lovecraftian horror, nature, mysticism, mythology, philosophy, science fiction, and politics, and they may describe extreme acts, including mutilation, dissection, torture, rape, cannibalism, and necrophilia.

                      Building from the musical structure of thrash metal and early black metal, death metal emerged during the mid-1980s'

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      You remember when I said, way beyond 33? Almost like, 47. But then, instead of 12, 13. Or maybe 31.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Almost like a trumpet.


                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      I'm not sure but the solo seems pretty good.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      s'pose youre a Pisces on top of it all? You cant escape….being a human, coming from the earth and sun, atoms born in super novas….all simultaneous from perspective of the one constant. Thats why I wondered why you fumbled the shape of a tetrahedron at light speed…

                      dont you sometimes wonder…how I do it, even though Im old and my brain is half retarded? Go ahead, ask

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Are you trying to say that as a capricorn, I mave an affinity for gemini and cancer, or maybe that depending on classification, I could be considered sagittarian?

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      'I'm not sure but the solo' no…all college level music students acquire arpeggios of that dexterity. The trick is making something good out of it. Poor guy, now he has to figure out a way to make a living. Later he will realize he wasted valuable time…(relatively speaking)

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      A living? I'm sure he's fine. But I would suggest that indeed, there is no future, so it's kinda pointless, anyway.

          • Byrian416

            Ha, I know what's "real" and "not real". Besides mostly all the videos I posted just a few minutes ago have 4 or 5 million views. The MANDELA EFFECT is steadily gaining more and more people. I'm sorry if you're not able to see them.

  • Byrian416


  • Byrian416

    Mandela Effect!! Mind Blowing Changes In Our Current Reality!!!

  • Byrian416

    Creepy Cases of the Mandela Effect

  • Byrian416


  • Byrian416

    Berner & B-Real "FTB" [Official Video]

    We do it for the BUDDZ

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    So sleepy.
    Dream well, Enenews.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Did you know ENEnews is probably going to get taken down soon? Don't question it.

    • Jebus Jebus

      We knew long before you, Frank…

      Scorpions – Under The Same Sun

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      What ever for?

      • Jebus Jebus

        Maybe it is because of what was created…

        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

          Guess you know stuff. (?)

          • Jebus Jebus

            I have been trapped here by conscience for six years.

            Does that sound like an EA meeting intro?

            Some stuff is obvious.

            I see a lot of irony though.


            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              Guess I can only understand crazy people…
              'ENEnews is probably going to get taken down'
              'We knew long before you, Frank'
              'What ever for?'
              'Maybe it is because of what was created…'

              code; maybe ENE will be taken down because of what was created…but what was created? The impotent godzilla of the anti nuke social commentary? So…THAT is why ENE was taken down?
              'Guess you know stuff. (?)'
              'I have been trapped here by conscience for six years.
              Does that sound like an EA meeting intro?'

              code; EA meeting….emotions anonymous? The twelve steps distilled to one; you are irreconcilably fucked up and your only hope is in an unknown higher power because youre hopeless…

              cue the solar eclipse… THAT is a sign…an exclamation point that nobody could miss…

              • Jebus Jebus

                🙂 There's a God? He's gonna save us? From ourselves?

                A divided country. A circle with a slash.

                Red would have been more effective.

                Follow the line west.

                Hey look a little bird jumped up on the podium.

                Wow that dolphin has two heads.

                It's just backround mutations.

                Sometimes I wonder if there's a higher power…

  • Jebus Jebus

    Scene cut from Idiocracy for being too real…

    With hundreds of screeching seagulls hovering above and rotting bird carcasses littering the streets, the scene near Zug Island and the waste water treatment plant in Southwest Detroit seems straight out of an apocalyptic horror movie. Young seagulls pitching camp near Jefferson Avenue are dying off en masse, and the Department of Natural Resources isn't quite sure why. Residents and commuters reported the deaths, some claiming to have seen at least 100 bloodied and rotting bird carcasses at a time littering the roadway throughout the last week – week 5 to 11 Jun 2017. The birds are young. They have been picked at, and their bodies are everywhere. The area is a highly industrial part of the city, and many have jumped to conclusions about toxic waste poisoning the birds. Tom Cooley, a biologist with the DNR's wildlife disease lab team, is looking for a clear answer. Cooley and his team collected samples of the carcasses and are currently running multiple tests, including toxicology examinations for metals and pesticides, as well as botulism and histopathology exams looking for skin disease. Some of the tests may take weeks to produce conclusive answers, but Cooley believes, for now, that the birds are simply competing for limited resources.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    If I had to wager, though I don't often do, it is perhaps the cancer that is you.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    “Terra power claims that there is enough material in Paducah today to fuel this entire country for in excess of 700 years,” Carroll said.

    Now there's a scary thought.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Nuclear industry, do you love me?
    Nuclear industry, do you care?
    Nuclear industry, I think you do
    Nuclear industry, from reactor A-Z
    Nuclear industry, love hurts

  • freebywill

    Judge's DAPL Ruling, Reckless Spill Record Pushes Pipeline Company's Shares Below $20 for First Time

    Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline and the fracked gas Rover Pipeline, has quite the extensive spill history, a new analysis shows.

    After crunching the numbers from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), TheStreet revealed that the Dallas-based company spilled hazardous liquids near water crossings more than twice the frequency of any other U.S. pipeline company this decade.

    Energy Transfer owns about 71,000 miles of natural gas, natural gas liquids, refined products and crude oil pipelines across the country.

    In May, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) rejected the Energy Transfer's request to resume horizontal directional drilling at two sites for the Rover Pipeline after numerous leaks into Ohio's wetlands (including 2 million gallons of drilling fluid spill near the Tuscarawas River) in addition to various Clean Air and Clean Water act violations across the state.

    And earlier this week, a federal judge ruled that that the Trump administration failed to consider the Dakota Access Pipeline's impact on the hunting and fishing rights of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

    A day after the judge's order, Energy Transfer shares fell to $19.53 on Friday—the first time it fell below $20 a share.

    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Operating safely and not poisoning people puts too much burden on industry.

      OH, look there's a cop pulling over a guy for a smoky tailpipe duct taped to the engine. $2000.00 fine

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Money is laced with poison. Try this, expose it to the sun. See what grows. I think it's a derivative from the cartwheel hoax machine, Juno.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Why do I need to prove anything to you? A minor example of my alcoholic tendencies.


  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Excellent..mark one up for the non speaking animal kingdom.

    Their side has so few victories these days. 40% of them are now gone…

    A 36-year-old matador has been killed by a bull in France after tripping on his cape and being impaled by a horn.
    Prize bullfighter Ivan Fandino, who had been a professional for 12 years, died in hospital after his heart, lungs and kidneys were punctured yesterday.

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  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Ooh, what is it? What was it? Maybe it was the last one. Let's kill it

    It was

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Kill the oceans , just don't mess with someone's idea of gaming. 200 death threats. for a game.

    Tell me again how bad Dana Durnford is…

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Endocrine disruption. Modern portrayal, or should I say, betrayal of Freya?

    Excuse me, but I still have I dick and it doesn't rise for that.

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    FM makes me appreciate PJ

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