FORUM: Off-Topic Discussion Thread (Non-Nuclear Issues) — New as of January 2017

Published: January 2nd, 2016 at 1:10 am ET


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33,194 comments to FORUM: Off-Topic Discussion Thread (Non-Nuclear Issues) — New as of January 2017


    It's 110°F here. Yesterday was only 100. Tomorrow will be the same. Jan-April broke all records. Been summer for 2 years. My core temp must be screwing me up. All you peeps look outta control. Maybe I'm heavy metal toxic. Maybe you are too.

    All that Iron-55..a result of atmospheric nuclear tests. Bad shit man. Biosphere thinks so too. Heavy metals with a zing of neutrons decaying in our brains.

    Everybody zing..give me a beat

    The sky was all purple, "There were people runnin everywhere Tryin 2 run from the destruction, U know I didnt even care" and "Yeah, everybodys got a bomb, We could all die any day"


    Via con dios Puerto Rico

    Leptospirosis is spread to humans by animals.
    You can catch it by touching soil or water contaminated with the urine of wild animals infected with the leptospira bacteria.
    Animals known to be carriers of the leptospira bacteria include cattle, pigs, dogs and rodents, particularly rats.

    ..'Her city had died of Leptospirosis'

    Most of the people affected either worked with livestock, or contracted the condition from sewage or freshwater sources.

    Leptospirosis Outbreak claims more victims in Puerto Rico

    Oct 12

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Mississippi River low despite plentiful rain.

    Water draining into crack? Will an earthquake close the crack and flood everything? Are the scientists worth a shit? Will the mainstream media cover it?

    Think I'll buy some pontoons for my motorcycle just to be safe

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Mississippi River at 2 feet? Weird. Barge traffic halted? The economy will be in trouble. Invest in trucking companies.

    First 600 tons of missing nuclear fuel rods and now this. Where be da water?

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

    Former Republican member of congress: 'Trump is unhinged. We are waiting to get tax bill through before impeachment'

    'He’s not listening to anyone. Not a soul. He’s got the nuclear codes and, well, it scares the hell out of me. It’s starting to scare all of them'

    “…His source told him: ‘Others are thinking about doing what Bob did. Sounding the alarm. They think Trump’s nuts. Unfit. Dangerous.’…

    ” Donald Trump says it's 'frankly disgusting the press is able to write whatever it wants'…”

  • SadieDog

    "The elite have now “accelerated their agenda, bringing their endgame closer,” claims Robert Downey Jr., explaining that they want to “turn America into a prison.”

    Robert Downey Jr., who has been in Atlanta filming the latest installment of the Marvel “Avengers” series, also lashed out at the official narrative surrounding the Las Vegas shooting, telling production staff that he has stayed at Mandalay Bay and there is no way alleged shooter Stephen Paddock could have smuggled 27 high-powered weapons into his hotel suite.

    “I’ve been to that hotel [Mandalay Bay], they have special weapons detectors installed and there is no way they would have allowed weapons in unless they were cooperating with either a federal law enforcement team or, you know, a fake law enforcement team.”

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

    They really need to close down all nuclear energy reactors and all other reactors and stop producing nuclear weapons. Radiation from fission destroys human brains in many different ways and the decay chain is very long for many artificial radionuclides.

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

      What May Have Caused the Las Vegas Shooter to Kill? An Expert’s Analysis

      “…Paddock was born a killer…

      “’After eliminating any physical precursors to Mr. Paddock’s murderous rage, we would need to start to look at this individual’s beginning, which was in the womb,’ Kelly says.

      “The shooter, he explains, was born the son of a convicted bank robber, Benjamin Paddock, who was once one of the most wanted men in the nation during the 1960s and ’70s and was ‘diagnosed psychopathic,’ according to an FBI warning at the time.

      “’The strongest genetic connection of the psychopathic gene, the “Warrior gene,” is transmitted from father to son,’ Kelly explains. ‘This gene can cause extreme violence in an individual.’

      “Kelly says he has researched the shooter, learning he ‘grew up in an abusive, shame ridden and dysfunctional poor family. I believe that this had a traumatic effect on Mr. Paddock which started to cause him to have low self-esteem, depression, a sleep disorder, and internalized anger.’

      “In time, these dynamics ‘produced internalized rage within him,’ Kelly posits. ‘This rage was destined to boil over and explode with murderous consequences.’

      “According to Kelly, ’Mr. Paddock found gambling to be his ideal job and medication of choice.’ Gambling, he tells PEOPLE, ‘is a central nervous system stimulant and, for a while, would be soothing to Mr. Paddock’s internal angst and trauma. … [cont.]

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

        [cont.] ". However, over a long period of time, the frequency of gambling would have become a major stressor for Mr. Paddock.’

        “Kelly also analyzed the shooter’s history of drug use, and speculated the killer was on Valium, a strong benzodiazepine and central nervous system depressant.

        “’Valium can have strong side effects, including agitation, paranoia, irritability, nightmares, rage, psychosis, hallucinations and delusions,’ Kelly offers. ‘When mixed with alcohol, Valium can have even more complicated anger producing effects.’
        Kelly also learned the shooter used .223 Remington rounds, which he says are “not designed to go straight through a person. This round has a devastating tumbling effect and will usually go in one part of the body and come out on another part.”
        Hence, Kelly suspects “that many of the wounded were hit with a round that wounded or killed others.”

        He even suspects the shooter had more murderous aspirations.
        “’He had a car filled with explosives,’ Kelly says. ‘To me, that says if he did get out of that hotel room and did happen to get in that car, he would have gone out with a bigger burst of fury.’…"

  • Mack Mack

    If you're not paying attention to this, you should be:

    • Jebus Jebus

      That was awesome, Mack.

      WTH? We hired these people who hire these people who hire these people.

      And we pay for more than we get/want by any of them.

      Laughing out loud. Anarchy doesn't look so bad, does it?

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Yay. More Equifuckery.

    "To summarize: The company that caused the worse data breach in US (and possibly global) history, whose blatant security malpractice led to the firing of its CEO, CIO, and CSO, has now been serving malware, courtesy of what appears to be a compromised advertising partner. A video Ars Technica posted below shows the redirect attack in action."

  • razzz razzz

    FBI is only part of the deep state.

    'Report: FBI Wipes Phones & Laptops of Las Vegas Massacre Eyewitnesses
    Route 91 workers get devices back with videos, messages deleted'

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Wow! Illegal as hell thinks!

    • GOM GOM

      Channeling your inner Sherlock turns up some interesting stuff. Well done.
      Maybe Sadie & me not so crazy. 😉

    • curly

      If the FBI did this it's for our protection. There are certain things, that if the public had access to would undermine their faith in our government and our whole American way of life. This might lead to anarchy and the stock market might crash right when my ship was coming in.

      If over 50 people were sacrificed to Molech in Las Vegas, I don't want to know anything.

  • DUDe DUDe

    I wont be posting again untill i have some personal things in order first..hopefully soon..sry..take care..

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Ok random stuff time. I was watching some stupid crap. Then it occurred to me, hey, wait a minute, my dog is like 17 years old or some shit and his teeth are nearly perfect still. He's never used toothpaste or toothbrushes.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    I just calculated that I've been drinking about 85 liters of pure alcohol per year, for the last 3 years or so. Remarkably, this is only about 6 times higher than the AVERAGE of some countries.


    Another link between CO2 and mass extinctions of species

    Our global carbon reserves – including coal, oil, oil shale, tar sands, gas and coal-seam gas – contain considerably more than 10,000 billion tonnes of carbon This amount of carbon, if released into the atmosphere, is capable of raising atmospheric CO2 levels to higher than 1000ppm. Such a rise in atmospheric radiative forcing will be similar to that of the Paleocene-Eocene boundary thermal maximum (PETM), which happened about 55 million years-ago.

    The rapid opening of the Arctic Sea ice, melting of Greenland and west Antarctic ice sheets, and rising spate of floods, heat waves, fires and other extreme weather events may signify a shift in state of the climate, crossing tipping points.

    Sound familiar?

    • GOM GOM


      412.63 ppm on April 26, 2017 (NOAA-ESRL)
      411.27 ppm on May 15, 2017 (NOAA-ESRL)

      • GOM GOM

        ..It stood at 280 ppm when record keeping began at Mauna Loa in 1958. In 2013, it passed 400 ppm. Just four years later, the 400 ppm mark is no longer a novelty. It's the norm.

        The safe level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is 350 parts per million.

        Hypercapnia or an excessive amount of CO2 in the blood.Hypercapnia, also known as hypercarbia and CO2 retention, is a condition of abnormally elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the blood. Carbon dioxide is a gaseous product of the body's metabolism and is normally expelled through the lungs.

        Cognition issues..

        CO2 is heavier than O2 so it would displace it..

        Blah blah right?

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Gotta go on a tangent here…

      Laughing gas and the philosopher

      "[The 19th Century US philosopher] William James describes a man who got the experience from laughing-gas; whenever he was under its influence, he knew the secret of the universe, but when he came to, he had forgotten it. At last, with immense effort, he wrote down the secret before the vision had faded. When completely recovered, he rushed to see what he had written. It was: A smell of petroleum prevails throughout."


    Politics have overun ENE. That convo should help you through your impending death via extinction events.

    Fuck it..

    • Fucked up politics prevent effective action against nuclear. Nuclear and the government economic hit men go hand in hand.

      The government is completely bat shit crazy fucking out of control. If we can't reign them in and restore rule of law and prosecution of corruption, then we are all pretty much wasting our breath on whatever good cause you may want to champion.

      So no, discussing the corrupt political system is not meaningless, it is in fact the most important thing. And to de-politicize science with all its lies, grant whore scientists spouting "you know how it works"

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        The beast is way to large to slay…I am doing my taxes.. right now.

        I am not free.. at all! 🙁

        The ruse..we all heard today.. is the beast!

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          I like how, before this sentence, that results in 1447 remaining characters.

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            It's an interesting choice, devil or demons.

            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              No devil and no demons..just the mess found in the minds of men and women.

              an animal, especially a large or dangerous four-footed one.
              "a wild beast"
              a domestic animal, especially a bovine farm animal.
              synonyms: animal, creature; More
              an animal as opposed to a human.
              "the gift of reason differentiates humanity from the beasts"

        • Hey me too, finishing the 2016, already paid into them…make sure they get the money as a no interest loan, lol

          Awesome thing to do Friday night, not like we have a life to live of anything like that.

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Truly a nightmare that the human livestock need to lose ASAP!

            Wonder how all those burned out home owners are going to complete their taxes or the thousands that were swept out to sea in Japan in 2011?

            The IRS is simply a mental torture program designed to screw each American's brain cells to the nearest wall. Especially if one is a business person.

            A consumption/transaction tax would have been paid and applied seamlessly behind the scenes as we all lived out our lives..all else.. is pure bullshit.

            IRS = Hell on Earth!

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    conclusions which seem obvious may change when looking at different graphs. For example we are at a low point in CO2, and were almost wiped out because of too little of it.

    'Poor oxygenation or hypoxia appears to be a favorable environment
    for cancer development whereas good oxygenation favors healthy
    tissue growth. Increasing Co2 levels through the use of sodium
    bicarbonate is good in cancer treatment because bicarbonate drives
    up CO2 levels in the blood which increases oxygenation to the cells.'

    Moreover, it appears that CO2 rise comes after the temperature rise, not before it…but then magnifies temperature rise, until the temperature goes down and then CO2 goes down

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    And that's at -196, I'm not a smart man, but I figure the metabolic or simply just physical processes, particularly with something as "flexible" or "robust" as R. Spheroides would be slowed or sort of countered by the low temperature there. I read something about volatility regarding that. Who knows.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Kind of interesting..

    Las Vegas security guard Jesus Campos disappears moments before TV interviews

    • I just saw that on Twitter, also noted that his family has confirmed that they are all under a gag order purportedly from the FBI.

      Hmmmm….must be hard keeping a fake narrative in line.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      Campos, was he the guy that got shot in the leg at point blank range with an automatic rifle and continued to work for an hour and deferred getting the bullet removed until some future time? What a guy! What a hero!

      • and had 200 rounds whizzing past him in the hallway.

        the whole story stinks to high heaven

      • Well first of all codeshutdown…

        The crazy idea that the bullet stayed in him and stopped and (guess what) broke the speed of sound as it stopped and blew his leg off? Not! And he then went and helped others? Really?

        Lucky man there… Legless man helps no one so it didn't directly hit him unless it went through mussel and then stopped by hitting something else (like the pavement) after…

        If the round would have hit a bone his organs would have been bean dip for crackers… All of em…

        In fact would be, by the absolute laws of physics documented, a dead guy…

        Do you really want to know what you are saying?

        Here let me show you… 🙂

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          HD, Im just repeating what they said in the news. Educate THEM.
          They said he went to the hospital but went home and will have the bullet removed some other time. Thats what they said. Now they dont even know where he is.

          A man is standing behind your door…you blast him with your automatic rifle…and you tell me he caught a bullet that didnt directly hit him which let him keep working? Gentle suggestion; you may be watching too many cartoons.

          Of course its ridiculous. Its preposterous bunkum so why did you/they even say it…and how can people buy that nonsense?

          still playing the dumb 'sound breaking' card? Of course you are playing dumb, but JUST IN CASE you actually believe yourself, you better go study some of the links

          question; how can you have more wowsers than an infinity of wowsers? Add one for a total of infinity and one wowsers! Real (and true [in the real world {within the perceptual <and conceptual> limitations of the human species}]) Fresh, and pungent.

          • SadieDog

            One day you'll go insane arguing with yourself. Deep Purple – You Fool No One,

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

              SadieD. In the first place, that isn't true. And in the second place it isn't very nice. Do you ever read novels? Literary geniuses create many different characters and they don't agree all the time. There are always different points of view. I accept all the time that people have different points of view different from mine. I uses to want to write novels. But I quit with my first novel because I didn't want to write about unhappy people. But I love reading novels that other people write and the resolution offered by the novelist. No one would read novels or watch movies if people did change and grow.

              Humor is funny because it accepts people with different points of view. We can laugh at ourselves because we accept ourselves as not infallible. People have different gifts. God loves children with Down's Syndrome just as much or maybe even more than those with high IQs. It is God's love for us that makes us human, not arbitrary criteria.

          • So what is it now code? The news said? Did they get hit directly or indirectly by the bullets that fragmented on impact? Or is it something else…

            Code asks:

            "question; how can you have more wowsers than an infinity of wowsers? Add one for a total of infinity and one wowsers! Real (and true [in the real world {within the perceptual <and conceptual> limitations of the human species}]) Fresh, and pungent"


            Something like the truth in my diet and like knowing shit from shineola about real life physicists code…

            You live in New York right? So you have the Sullivan act right? That's a year in jail for the gun and a year for every round fired even if you shot yourself…

            …and if ya don't believe that, ask Plaxico Burress.

            There's some physics for ya…

            And a wowsers too…


          • "HD, Im just repeating what they said in the news. Educate THEM.
            They said he went to the hospital but went home and will have the bullet removed some other time"

            Bullet fragment code…

            A boom when it gets shot and a boom when it stops…

            In and out? A real problem…

            Direct hit no out and it (the whole bullet) stops? From that elevation with those guns types and those round types?


            No great mystery there…

            That projectile can pass through your arm and fall back below the speed of sound and you have no arm anymore…

            …this ain't the movies.

            It's real life physics…

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              HD, Please dont try to engage me in conversation. Even better would be if you didnt post after me in any rebuttal or attack attempt. Of course the same would apply both ways.

              I have asked this of people before but they never honor the request. Be a hero, be the one

              • Here's the truth without fairy tales…

                Lots of people were hit with bullet fragments from the projectile exploding on impact with the pavement and other objects…

                So to say they were shot was true, to say they were hit with a bullet directly is not true.

                So we have shown the press will not tell you the actual truth either through a desire to inflate the situation or through simple lack of knowlage and this is something many around here have said for years.

                That kind of information should be seen as a proof you don't get all the facts from the press.

                So don't tell me to educate them, they have people and experts and editors for that (or used too).

                Obviously not anymore. And this explains the 40+ people that were released so quickly.

                You should say wow or thanks for the info or anything other than a statement that says you don't really want to learn and/or know the real truth and real physics involved with this dastardly deed. We call that a LD or learning disabled response…

                And how do we know for sure? Did you see the water jug in the video above? Recon that a person's leg would work at all after that?

                In the days of old you would have to know through experience that was the case, now you can see it without having to go to a range or shooting with your friend.

                And I took the time to show to to you, so watch it again and gain a understanding of the forces we are talking about with a direct hit from one of those bullets.

                • And the disappearing shot guy? Probably about as accurate as the rest of that reporting huh…

                  A real proof that the press can't get a accurate report on something even if it's just repeated human error, lack of knowledge of the subject or bad editors…

                  May even just be for a tabloid shock value for fame and fortune…

                  So the report is that a man was shot in the leg, helped others and went home with a bullet in his leg and then disappeared?


                  Here's one of the guns in question with 2 different rounds shot at a water jug…


                  Recon your leg would work at all after that? If you didn't bleed to death in a few moments?

                  The truth trumps the press…

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    "Devour you slowly, love you to death…Roundabout, roundabout, round about now, sorry to say, the others didn't make it…"

    Grim comment.

    "is this song really about a man who murders his whole family and then kills himself?"

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Just watch the movie, "American Made" starring Tom Cruise.

    What the fuck.

    Yeah, it's like that.

    God bless the USA. Best damned country in the world

  • Jebus Jebus

    This week, Rep. Randy Weber, R-Texas, introduced the DOE Loan Program Repeal Act, which would prohibit the Department of Energy from offering new government-backed loan guarantees for energy projects.

    Weber’s bill would not only protect taxpayers, but would also prohibit government intervention that enables industry dependence on subsidies and empowers Washington to direct the flow of investments.

    When it comes to swamp draining, or at least ensuring the swamp water doesn’t rise, eliminating the loan guarantee program is a good place to start.

    The federal government should stop gambling away other peoples’ money. Weber’s DOE Loan Program Repeal Act would be an important first step in stripping away the government’s authority to pick winners and losers.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Oh Man. So wrong. So obvious.

    Atoms in the Alley is a free, family-friendly event that promotes science and raises awareness of the Savannah River Site Museum, according to a news release.

    The inaugural event will feature a ribbon-cutting for a new educational kiosk, science demos, artisan vendors, live music and a movie about a family that hides out for 30 years in a fallout shelter.

    The event begins at 5 p.m. with a ribbon-cutting for the new educational kiosk at the historic Aiken Fallout Shelter, which has been located at the intersection of Laurens Street and Park Avenue since the 1960s.


  • curly

    Everybody please, I can't work like this Take a few deep breaths filled with internal combustion exhaust, radiation and heavy metal nano-sized particulates. Isn't that better. Hugs all around.

    Now back to work.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Why Do Most Orca Pregnancies End in Miscarriage? Look Upstream.

    In the salty waters off the coast of Seattle, the region's orca population is spontaneously miscarrying the majority of its pregnancies, according to a recent study by researchers at the University of Washington, published in PLoS One. By studying the feces of orcas through the use of detection dogs, the researchers tracked the whales' hormones over time. Their findings were stark: Sixty-nine percent of all detectable orca pregnancies ended with miscarriage; 33 percent of those pregnancies failed in the late stages of gestation or immediate postpartum.

    The Center for Whale Research, which has been surveying Puget Sound killer whales for decades, reports that Chinook make up about 80 percent of the average orca's diet; each whale must consume between 18 and 25 salmon per day just to retain its energy levels. To feed the entire population of Southern Resident killer whales, the Puget Sound and surrounding waterways must provide at least 1,500 salmon per day.

    But since the Pacific Salmon Commission began tracking salmon in 1984, it has noted a 60 percent reduction in the population of Chinook. The commission estimated under half a million were left in the Salish Sea in 2010—less than a year's supply of fish for the orca.

  • Jebus Jebus

    On and on…

    Orca Salmon Alliance Calls on Governor Inslee to Form Emergency Task Force – October 05, 2017

    Today, the Orca Salmon Alliance, a coalition of 16 conservation groups, called on Governor Jay Inslee to form an emergency task force to prevent the extinction of two emblems of the Pacific Northwest: Chinook salmon and orcas.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Whales become a fixture at Buoy 10; Oregon State scientist says they're hungry too

    We drifted away as it surfaced a few more times, once showing its throat as if it had just gulped a mouthful of hapless baitfish.

    Barely four years after oceanic leviathans first joined the sportfishing fleet, Buoy 10's newest fans showed up earlier than ever this year.

    Humpback whales, it seems, are coping with dwindling marine resources by moving inland. A sharp decline in the Pacific's krill (small shrimp) have them shopping for alternatives.

    "They're hungry," said Bruce Mate, director of the Oregon State University Marine Mammal Institute in Newport and one of the world's leading whale scientists. "They wouldn't be there if there wasn't something to eat."

    "Barely four years after oceanic leviathans first joined the sportfishing fleet, Buoy 10's newest fans showed up earlier than ever this year."

    Obviously, more intelligent than apes…

  • Jebus Jebus

    VANCOUVER — Some species of North American hummingbirds are in severe decline and a British Columbia research scientist says one possible cause might be the same insecticide affecting honey bees.

    "No one has ever measured pesticides in hummingbirds before. So we decided to try it," she said in an interview. "It turns out, to our surprise actually, that the birds are obviously picking up pesticides in their food, which can be nectar and also insects."

    Bishop said the concentration found in the urine is relatively high at three parts per billion.

    Just a thought… Maybe test some monarch butterflies.

    Or, just stop killing everything…

    Seems like it would bee obvious…

  • curly

    Here's some graphs about fairly recent co2 levels

    Here's a graph that goes back 800 thousand years

    According to these graphs, there has been a steep rise in co2 levels fairly recently and seems to coincide with the industrial revolution.

    Are these graphs incorrect? Are there others I haven't seen?

    Teach me.

    • Jebus Jebus

      Well, extropolating from the 800 thousand year graph,

      One could safely say that about 100 + parts per million are anomalous…

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      hi curly. Im not making a conclusion here…but from what I read, man contributes roughly 3% of the carbon dioxide. The rest has been pumping out of the ocean and animals 'forever'. Carbon dioxide…is it the main greenhouse gas? Again I read its roughly 2 or 3% of the greenhouse gasses, the main one being water vapor. So science tells us that mans contribution to global warming is 3% x 3%. Thats .0009 or about a tenth of a percent. The daily and yearly flux…the emission and absorption kinetics of CO2 is so great that one could never actually determine mans contribution. Mans contribution is ESTIMATED at a tenth of a percent. The reason that they are alarmed is that they assume that the emission and absorption was in equilibrium and that man is the one animal tipping the balance. Can we be sure? Maybe the oceans or termites are for some reason emitting more CO2?

      studies show that historically, the earth temperature FIRST rises, then the CO2 rises which is a positive feedback loop for a while. But then the temperature goes back down…and after a while the CO2 goes down.

      It seems to me there is so much more to the story of mans impact on the earth than CO2. Cutting down the trees must have had a huge impact! Soot falls on snow increasing its absorption of sunlight. Polluting the ocean with chemicals, nuke fallout and plastic has had an impact on plankton. Plankton 'exhaust' alters the clouds in a dramatic way. Cloud cover is a far greater driver of…

    • GOM GOM


      I could teach you..

      Anyway, bars, graphs,..are manipulated by the new & improved federal scientists.

      One has to take an idea, and run with it. Say you notice the air is cool, but when you stand in the Sun, it's way too hot. ( happening here now) hot enough where you have to move out of it. This goes from say 12pm-5pm, like clockwork. Then the air magically feels cool again. There are no graphs or talk on this, you just notice a change.

      Research it by digging. Find the truth yourself. Find like-minded people & websites that seem reasonable. Find your own truth.

      Geology always holds answers in 'core' samples.

  • razzz razzz

    'IRS suspends its contract with Equifax amid new security concerns'

    "The IRS has temporarily suspended its $7 million contract with Equifax following reports of new security issues.

    The tax agency said late Thursday that it's putting the deal on hold "as a precautionary step."

    "During this suspension, the IRS will continue its review of Equifax systems and security," the agency said in a statement, adding that "there is still no indication of any compromise of the limited IRS data shared under the contract."

    Earlier Thursday, Equifax had to take down a webpage after a security analyst said he was targeted with a malicious ad while visiting the site.

    The credit monitoring agency is still dealing with fallout from a massive security breach that may have exposed the personal data of up to 145.5 million people…"

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      The IRS..needs to be shut down completely and immediately..the tax form maze of chase your ass and shit around the room nightmare was only created for and to promote a bat-shit crazy nut-house.

      If they do not go away is/will be time to shut down this entire funny farm..period.

    • Don't be loggin into free places to check a cartoon number floating around in cyberspace and NEVER give your ssn to ANYONE that is not paying you…

      That's a free fact and another is that a free credit report ain't free, but then what is, but, you probably knew that fact already…

      …if you were paying attention.

      Breeches? SSN numbers? Bad combo…

      Gotta a account where you can check your credit report? Did you give them your SSN? By computer? Really??? Are they paying you? Or are you paying them…

      Now you'll need another form of ID? Recon why…

      Not a new thing either…

      Here's one from those that know…

      NEVER give your social security number to ANYONE that is not your employer…

      And the facts?

      Do I need a passport to travel inside the United States?

  • Jebus Jebus

    Wow. Friday the thirteenth.

    And it's rabies night…

  • Jebus Jebus

    IAEA Experts to Collect Seawater, Marine Sediment and Fish Samples near Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station – Friday 13 October

    International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) experts will visit Japan this month to collect seawater, marine sediment and fish samples from coastal waters in Fukushima Prefecture. The 16-26 October mission aims to support the quality assurance of radioactivity data collection and analysis by the Japanese laboratories involved in the project.

    It will be the seventh IAEA visit since 2014 to collect marine samples from around TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (NPS) for inter-laboratory comparisons of radioactivity analyses. Previous missions also gathered seawater, marine sediment and fish samples.

    • Jebus Jebus

      I wonder if they know Kenny is alive?

      • Hell the're banking on it…

        Otherwise some one may call em bastards…

        Glowing in the dark? Ask your doctor about toe flan…

        Side effects may include headaches, butt pain, your left eye pooping out, general disorientation, your fingernails turning black, your hair falling out, uncontrolled vomiting, spasms, brittle bones, being generally still and quiet forever and darkened stool…

        Contact your doctor immediately if you experience sudden loss of awareness and/or conciseness…

        And Kenny?

        Top 10 Best Kenny Deaths In South Park:

        Ask your doctor about toe flan, the law already says they (doctors) can't recommend (or even mention that crap) to you if you don't bring it up first…

        Dane Brammage?

  • Jebus Jebus

    Exibit A+.

    A website with content.

    And I did not have to enable flash.

  • SadieDog

    It really sucks Ene, don't it? Don't shoot the messenger.

  • Jebus Jebus

    I find it telling that no poster I can recall has ever honestly defended nuclear power or nuclear weapons on ENENews…

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      well thats conciliatory. Some were giving it their best shot though

    • "no poster I can recall has ever honestly defended nuclear power"

      I never will that's the whole point of posting here!!!

      I'm a diehard who's eyes got opened after Fukushima and I now know the truth!

      And I will never stop spreading the true word that Nuclear power has already killed more people than all the 1000's of weapons on the planet ever have to date (or likely ever will)!!!

      Let's get together and get the word out!!!! After all that's happened? We already have the irrefutable evidence to prove it's true!!!!

      There is no reason to study conspiracy crap when the nuclear power conspiracy still rages on and kills everyday…

      Did you see the stats on animal cancer and we're talking domestic animals like dogs and cats…

      My aunt is dead from cancer, my brother is about to have a tumor removed after loosing his dog to cancer 2 years ago…

      My mother has had a potassium blood level problem with no kidney disease (the docs say they are baffled)…

      Can you say Cesium? I can…

      Cesium Cesium Cesium…

      • SadieDog

        You're whole point of posting here is to cause problems. Everybody knows that. You're a disgrace to the human race. Pussy.

      • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

        About your mom, checked the sodium/potassium balance?

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          Just throwing random shit out there, I dunno, how common is radioactive sodium/magnesium?

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            But yeah, maybe cesium. I dunno.

            "Magnesium is a crucial factor in the natural self-cleansing and detoxification responses of the body. Magnesium is also necessary for effective chelation. It stimulates the sodium potassium pump on the cell wall and this initiates the cleansing process in part because the sodium-potassium-ATPase pump regulates intracellular and extracellular potassium levels. The healthy cell wall favors intake of nutrients and elimination of waste products."

        • Yep it's baffling to the doctors but mom loves seafood and wouldn't stop even after I begged her too…

          A little smarter now (I hope)…

          And no Cesium test even after I requested she ask for one…

          I've tested the environment, it's not in her home or workplace or (ro) water.

          Had to have eaten it…

          …she doesn't want to know (years of scare programming about radiation) so she won't request the test.

          Blood work for days and no answers but still no radiation tests…

          Potassium? Cesium is a (one of many) Potassium analog….

          Luckily she has had no positive cancer diagnosis…

          My brother is not so lucky, has a large mass and will be going into major surgery this month. His dog died (I helped to bury her) of cancer around 2 years ago and I knew then he would be getting it but no one listens about rads. Can't see it or smell it and by the time you get it in your body it takes a few years to be a problem and then it's all just a mystery according to the doctor(s)…

          I scream it from the rooftops and few ever listen or change their ways, very frustrating.

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            But maybe not just cesium then, iodine? It would be harder to detect too (well, unless you go to a oncology/radiotherapy thingy and they actually give you that, because logic).

            Yeah everybody wants "change", but so many don't want to change, do they? They sell the idea of change, of course, but I fucking know they don't change.

            • Yes I've also worried about that as mom has had mild thyroid problems too, but this was diagnosed before Fukushima blew so I suspect it was from bomb testing and poor water quality…

              Was controlled quickly with bottled water and very low dose meds (she was quartering the lowest dose tablets of thyroid medication).

              That came from the "get off the salt" publicity crowd so her iodine was low is what I thought.

              Great cook but just couldn't seem to adjust after fuku (no fish no mushrooms) and I put a 7 stage ro in her home in 2012 so she and my father have protected water for cooking, drinking and coffee…

              But the reads tell the tale…

              It's good to know for sure what's out there and I can tell you that 137 is the prob in the food supply here (and nation wide) especially in ANY fish or mushrooms! Freshwater or salt water, doesn't make allot of difference if the fish is from the Atlantic. If it's from the pacific give it up, glow in the dark time from the detection's I've seen.

              Lot's of other nasties too like Strontium 90 (etc. etc. etc.) but Cesium is the bastard child of this mess by far in our area and in most other areas of the US…

              So I kinda jump on the obvious when I say cesium when it comes to unexplained potassium problems because cesium mimics potassium in the body…

              And mom just wouldn't stop eating fish after fuku…

            • "But maybe not just cesium then, iodine? It would be harder to detect too"

              No substitute for scint I-131 is very energetic and easy to spot I-129 and it's daughters are a little harder to detect but if your'e looking for them it's a plain as the nose on your face…

              Giegers are great (I have 3) but that's the birdog it only tells you somethings there, not what it is…

              I'll say from what I've seen (not personal experience) that I-131 seems to light a simple counter up pretty good…

              But the proof is in the actual spectrum produced with skint and a decent computer…

              Nal(ti) and hpg…

              Gamma Spectroscopy.

              That'll tell you what's causing the clicks, a GM counter can't do that.

              One of the reasons I keep posting the apple video.

              Hoping that others will catch on and get interested in finding out what those clicks actually show is there when you have the gear to see for sure…

              A click is a click, a poison is a poison and these bastard things (nuclear waste isotopes) travel in packs…

              Here's a good one to watch for a quick idea of how important it is to know these detectors these days…

              Scintillation Detectors:Gamma-Ray Spectra:


          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            And about the dog, it absolutely isn't just about radiation. They're fed shit. GMO wheat, corn, soy, "animal derivatives", bayer products, shitty water, etc.

            Of all places in the fucking world, South Africa is almost as far removed from fukushima and chernobyl as possible (well, other than maybe the antarctic). Yet, pets fucking get cancer quite often.

            • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

              I'm not a nuke fan by any stretch of the imagination, but trying to blame everything on nukes is a bunch of bullcrap.

              People, institutions, corporations, governments have been fucking shit up with much more than just nukes.

              The denominator remains, human.

              • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                Well okay that's maybe generalizing a bit too much, rather, what appears and appeals to be human.

              • Agreed but the mines introduce as much of these things as a reactor accident over years and years…

                The tailings from one mine alone down there produce as much toxic rad poison as all the so called normal operation reactors in the us. That's each mine too…

                Diet is important and the immune system plays the undeniable role in longevity anywhere…

                Problem is that this produced pollution (along with all the other pollution sources) reduce your ability to heal…

                So it's not just man made radiation sources, but this is the ultimate source of most all cancers…

                Think about this:

                When hiv was first discovered it was called "the gay cancer" and many died from skin cancer…. Why? They were in the same environment as everyone else but the immune system was compromised so they developed cancers from a amount of radioactive pollution that a normal person could heal from without cancer…

                The source however was the same…

                Now radiation from man made sources is more than 10 times the levels it was in the 70's…

                That means cancer is 10 times stronger and you only need to be 1/10 as immuno deficient as the hiv victims in the 70's.

                Cancer comes from genetics (very rare) or radiation.

                The immune system is the determining factor.

                And there are lots of immune killing pollutions out there but there is only one cause (other than genetic) of cancer…

                Radiation from man made sources is the king of cancer on al fronts.

                • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                  "Cancer comes from genetics (very rare) or radiation."

                  Yeah see, while I agree with some of what you say, that statement…not quite, imo. What is a carcinogen that isn't radiation then?

                  I mean those mines are corporations or whatever, again, check the denominator.

                  "And there are lots of immune killing pollutions out there but there is only one cause (other than genetic) of cancer…"

                  Don't you find that somewhat ironic?

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    And if a majority of promoted foods, water supply, other electromagnetic effects promote genetic and immune system deficiency but are also carcinogenic…well then. Especially when they are engineered to do just that.

                    It probably would "enhance" the effect of radiationm, but scapegoating is dumb.

                    Check the denominator again. What's a mining corporation run by?

                • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                  And statistically, people, in modern times are living longer than before. It's an interesting tradeoff that, isn't it? Selling out, QOL vs time.

                  It's fucking hard to argue that, personally, even if I don't agree with it. Honestly though, prolonged suffering isn't exactly my idea of progress.

  • SadieDog

    "don't ask me what I think of you, I might not give the answer that you want me to…" – Fleetwood Mac, Oh Well.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Ya, it's rabies night…

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Damn, I was just confronted by someone (a non-alcoholic) about me drinking their liqueur. Accused me of being a thief, of course I already knew that, like I've ever not been a thief.

    But then, there's this really fucked up mentality in society that just because you have like some papers or some shit, given to you by other thieves, you're allowed to thieve, but it's not considered thievery.

  • razzz razzz

    'It’s Always About the Money'

    "In Sweden, the government has realized that if fossil-fuel cars were to disappear, the government would lose around SEK 50 billion a year in tax revenues. Just like cigarettes, the government realized that stopping smoking is costly for them. So what did they do? They imposed taxes of e-cigarettes. And if everyone stopped e-cigarettes, they will probably have to tax air…

    …Europe is moving faster than North America towards an increasingly electrified fleet of cars. However, when fossil fuel-driven car traffic is decreasing supplanted by electric cars, the government starts to lose money. Sweden has authorized a new project that will last for two years. The goal is to develop a method for calculating a distance-based tax system so they can tax electric cars to compensate for their loss in revenue of the fossil-fuel cars.

    It’s always about the money, wrapped in in some sort of noble pretense, to disguise the greedy intentions."

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      The trapped by law human livestock..are money! 🙁

      Confusion and constant fear reigns supreme in order to make sure the human livestock are befuddled and have no clue they are being broad daylight! 🙁

      The Wizards are very clever and no health care for you!

  • SadieDog

    Sweet dreams Ene.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus


    Probably the best phrase from a bird I've heard. Luckily it's here every day.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Why do people think shit like this is a good idea?

    Your car's electronics are now fundamentally more susceptible to systemic failure, at the mercy of syndication/hacking/additional costs, etc AND it's less efficient.

    Sometimes I feel compelled to have to question logic with reasoning.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    More random shit.

    "The danger comes from a class of chemicals known as "chlorocarbons." Dichloromethane is an example. It is used in paint stripping, agricultural fumigation, and the production of pharmaceuticals. Over the past decade dichloromethane became approximately 60% more abundant. "This was a major surprise to the scientific community and we were keen to discover the cause of this sudden increase," says Oram."

    I think they misspelled ORAC there, you got learnt.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Okay that's just fucked up, these birds tell me shit and I speak in tongues.

      "Dichloromethane (DCM, or methylene chloride) is an organic compound with the formula CH2Cl2. This colorless, volatile liquid with a moderately sweet aroma is widely used as a solvent. Although it is not miscible with water, it is miscible with many organic solvents.[10] One of the most well-known applications of dichloromethane is in the drinking bird heat engine."

      Fuck, I wonder I should mention chloroform in showers again.

      • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

        How fucked up is that? "one of the most well-known applications", yeah, except, how about fumigation, pharmaceuticals (imagine that at a global scale, oh you don't have to, it's evident), it's really volatile, it's fucking common, but people don't really know about it.

    • SadieDog

      It was an early morning yesterday, I was up before the dawn
      And I really have enjoyed my stay but I must be moving on
      Like a king without a castle, like a queen without a throne
      I'm an early morning lover and I must be moving on

      Now I believe in what you say is the undisputed truth
      But I have to have things my own way to keep me in my youth
      Like a ship without an anchor, like a slave without a chain
      Just the thought of those sweet ladies sends a shiver through my veins
      And I will go on shining, shining like brand new
      I'll never look behind me, my troubles will be few

      Now some they do and some they don't and some you just can't tell
      And some they will and some they won't, with some it's just as well
      You can laugh at my behaviour that'll never bother me
      Say the devil is my saviour but I don't pay no heed
      And I will go on shining, shining Like brand new
      Never look behind me
      My troubles will be few.

      – good luck real people, I'm gone for good. Love ya.

      • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

        Cheers dude.

        "The beautified unspoken words make no sense Deciphering the shallow mind's consequence Just see to that all empty thoughts will duplicate Leaving behind a shitload of things to hate Re-using sampled values made for me I buy your manufactured ways to be Believe the loudest voice will know what's right The power lies within the will to fight Take your bets Make a choice Sing the song With my own voice Sober truth A lie begins Take your place Mediocrity wins Seek comfort in the promise you'll never break Be sure the ground you stand on isn't fake Beware interpretations of your mind By now I realize, at rest I'm blind Tiresome disputation boring me Ascending dullness growing exponentially Digest the essence of what should have won Antagonistic radical conviction Given the chance to improvise something new Driven by lust to free my mind from me and you Directed inspiration taking over now Turning my focus over from why to how And I will never Take your bets Make a choice Sing the song With my own voice Sober truth A lie begins Take your place Mediocrity wins"

        Kinda depends on the perspective of mediocrity.

        Give me a hobo over a politician, any time.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Seems the nuke pukers get a little upset when bringing to their attention the nature of their planet killing business…

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Let me pull a CS on you here, be specific. That's vague, meaningless bloviating barflegarb drivel.

    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

      A few more beers and they're done.

      Nuclear: Perverted Sciences Finest Hour.

      • freebywill

        hey HHD, stunning amount of posts yesterday, haven't been able to read it all yet but have read numerous items. NICE WORK !

        • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

          "Two hours" was a disclaimer. Just picture granny with 454 on the floor… and a knock, barreling down the road, smacking mailboxes with the grill and snatching any mail that flies, while hanging out the window yellin' "COUPONS! YEE HAW".

          • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

            * two days, sorry.

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

            Attack #10,520. I have a large family to protect including 9 grandchildren and great-grandchildren under the age of 18.

            Internet Trolls Are Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Sadists
            Trolls will lie, exaggerate, and offend to get a response.
            Posted Sep 18, 2014

            • Anne,Anne,Anne… what is the boggle? Are you seriously thinking that any of these stupid attack posts you toss like confetti are going to do anything other than make you look foolish?

            • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

              That was a false attack ledger. That's my 454. You, on the other hand, don't drive and are the only gramma I know that packs a shot-gun to the Halloween festivities.

              • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                With a PhD in Comparative Literature. Ahem.

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

                Another deliberate lie. As you well know I don't celebrate Halloween. I lock up all my 6 foot gates and my 6 foot fence completely surrounds my house. I don't bring my shotgun anywhere. It is inside my house in case anyone breaks illegally into my house to attack me. You may consider breaking into my house a celebration for you, but I don't consider it a celebration. I don't celebrate death and goblins.

                There aren't even any children in my neighborhood that do trick or treat anyway.

                Stop the lies and the trolling.

                • Jebus Jebus

                  What's the point of portraying yourself as a victim, if no one cares?

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

                    I'm just trying to stop the identity theft and the stalking. Obviously there is no way to stop a stalker or a psychopath. Or all I can to is answer the attacks.

                    If all the attacks and stalking stop, I won't ever have to talk about myself.

                    How much trolling has gone into trying to get rid of me.

                    Instead of attacking me the posts should all be discussing ideas.

                    "4) Not insulting, rude or hateful – No personal attacks;"

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      But have you ever had private communication with the admin, owner, or anyone who has, concerning this, or any other topic, or do you own ENE?

                    • Well, if you can not see that all this is your own paranoia Anne, you are going to be having these problems, No one here is stalking you, your constant bleating about being stalked and having your identity stolen just sound like the blather of a nutcase. Until you have proof Anne, i would not come here and confirm daily that you are in need of a soft room and a stiff shot or two.

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

                      Obviously I don't own enenews or you would have been banned.

                      I have talked with the FBI. They told me to hire a lawyer and talk to local law enforcement. Local law enforcement told me that at this time it is harassment and to take pictures and notify them immediately after every incident and to file a complaint and to apply for a protective order.

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      An affirmative "No" then?

                      Works for me.

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

                      Alan, 3 times last night SadieDog said that I am Code. Code is not writing my posts, and my posts are not written by Code.

                      There is tons of evidence on this website of posters attacking me. That is proof.

                      The stalker whom I saw riding bikes with SadieDog in January knows who he is.

                      You really don't know what you are talking about.

                      HHD admitted on this website that he is stalking me.

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

                      December 15, 2016 at 5:32 pm
                      …and risky…
                      she's got a plastic weapon and is only a block away.

                      m a x l i
                      December 15, 2016 at 7:04 pm
                      Ha! Now you gave away who recently moved in over there for the sole purpose of stalking and is since daily walking past, looking through the fence, making her blood freeze.

                      December 16, 2016 at 4:17 pm
                      …Dont worry, Ive thought it over and decided not to freeze your blood.

                    • Dead'nStinking

                      Anne, I recall you saying your stalker took credit cards right out of your hand at Vitamin Cottage. I also recall you saying your stalker lived half a block away and drove a red car. I also recall you saying your stalker was quite attractive but too young for you.
                      Unless all that was lies, you should be quite able to deal with this issue through local law enforcement, so stop stalking enenews and stop attacking virtually everyone commenting on enenews and stop the false accusations against so many on enenews.
                      Hell, if you owned enenews you'd be the only one commenting.

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      You always say that after you read the 30 links I provide concerning the dirty deeds of the nuke industry. Then you wake up the next day shouting "Bring me a bowl of Hillbilly, NOW!" beating the floor with your walker and waving your shot-gun around.

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

                      I said he came within an inch of my hand and said he would put the credit card in the machine but I didn't allow him to take my credit card. I reported it to the police and I phone the manager of Vitamin Cottage the next day and said if he ever gets in line with me again I will take all my merchandise and to to another cashier. That I don't know this person and he is stalking me.

                    • Dead'nStinking

                      JEEZUS Anne, must I spell it out in big block letters for you?!
                      You can obviously recognize this person. Instead of totin' a shotgun, tote a camera. As you allege quite regular stalking, you should soon have enough evidence to take to the police.
                      Stop the enenews harassment!

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

                      I'm just answering attacks.

                      Stop the attacks.

                      And I'm afraid of what the person will do if I take his picture. He should stop before I have to take his picture.

                      Also I could go half a block and take a picture of his car and license plate. But I never leave my yard without him knowing it immediately which I know because he is then stalking me. I'm afraid to walk down and take the picture. Most of the time now he is riding in his car, bicycle, or motorcycle. So he isn't sticking around to have his picture taken.

                      Anyway, all the comments I'm ANSWERING the attacks, not initiating them.

                    • Dead'nStinking

                      Now your just bullshitting anne. Tahe a photo of one of his licence plates. Carry you shotgun half a block. Stop the nonsense excuses, deal with it or shut the fuck up about it. No one here is stalking you.

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

                      You really are a mean, ugly agitator. In the first place I'm not going to carry a shotgun anywhere. In the second place, I have no intention or desire to shoot anyone.

                      I don't have a carry permit concealed or open and I have no intention to get either one.

                      My shotgun is to keep someone from attacking me inside my own home.

                      In the third place, the stalker may have already moved his car after all the attacks and discussion.

                      Why don't you be a chivalrous person and take the photo for me?

                    • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

                      Why won't the police do it for you?

                      How do you know it's a male?

                      Are there case numbers, Dr. Maziar of ENE?

                      BTW, "Yes" also works for me.

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

                You've forgotten all the times Bill Duff called me "Lying VanneV bitch".

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

                  And all Richard's attacks, and clamshellern, and HOTR and HoTaters and Rockwell53 and AnneBeck, etc., etc.

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

                    and Code's attacks and or-well, etc., etc.

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

                      And let's not forget AirSepTech, etc., etc.

                    • Dead'nStinking

                      None of that should have happened to the holy perfect blameless one.

                    • Dead'nStinking

                      The truth would shatter you, so don't seek it.

                    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

                      Yes please don't forget me. I shall not forget you…
                      Anne the Scam Transparent Christian liar.

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

                      There is no justification for stalking.

                      And attacks are against the policy of the website and are against all common courtesy. It has nothing to do with the person being attacked and is a sign of a psychopath and sadistic troll.

                      Internet Trolls Are Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Sadists
                      Trolls will lie, exaggerate, and offend to get a response.
                      Posted Sep 18, 2014

                    • m a x l i

                      Anne is as much deceptive as a broken record endlessly repeating: "I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken. I'm not broken…

                    • m a x l i

                      The surreal pinnacle of the absurd theatre is, as always, Anne warning and educating us about psychopaths, trolls etc.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      wow, it gets so complicated so quickly;

                      Transparent liars are disbelieved when they are lying, whereas nontransparent liars are believed when they are lying.

                      a quick glance at my closest focussable organ reveals it is largely opaque, pink to purplish in hue, and variable in its distal extensible dimension. I am to suppose then, that Im believed when Im lying and not when I am not? This could explain why I didnt get any response to my articles on meat glue….

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Yeah well, I didn't get any responses when pointing out the poor absorptive properties of gluten/gliadin (as a chimaeric protein) and its homology to casein in modern dairy, the related allergies, thyroid responses, GMO, hormonal "adjustments", etc.

                      It's just how it goes, much easier to convince people of lies. I can literally say fucking any random bullshit, with enough advertising, it is truth, and truth is a lie.

                      The LV thing, for instance, I mean, that took about 3 minutes to notice it's a bunch of bullcrap, so it's kinda hard to dwell on it.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      OK, but meat glue is germane to the metabolic change toward morbidity and predisposition toward tumorigenesis which potently counters the nukist random DNA mutagenic theme. Whereas the gluten intolerance would seem to be a dietary/agricultural concern. Given the substrate of the forum, on what basis do you draw a corollary?

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Well, I'm actually implying that gliadin/casein along with other meat derivatives, along with the hormonal adjuvants promotes immunodeficiency and mutagenicity, contributing to and being a significant factor in diabetes/cancer/abuse.

                      Then, radiate it. HD wasn't all that far off, imo.

                      The substrate of this forum? Hmm, that's a tricky one, just guessing, but it's probably a silica/carbon hybrid, though I am unsure of what else to include in that suggestion.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      No doubt, a bunch of metals and halogens though.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      "Well, I'm actually implying that gliadin/casein along with other meat derivatives, along with the hormonal adjuvants promotes immunodeficiency and mutagenicity, contributing to and being a significant factor in diabetes/cancer/abuse."

                      Farth, would you please fucking expound on that shit? Please be specific. Thanks. Please point out if there is a nuclear fallout connection, not that there fucking has to be.
                      Also, its curious you included abuse as a factor in casein sensitivity. What the fuck could you mean by this? Specifically, Im interested in the casein fraction in fucking whey protein, which is sometimes recommended in a fucking bodybuilding regime. Please fucking expound. remember, be specific and shit, …Thanks

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Well, last I read, casein had numerous forms. Derived, ironically, from gliadin.

                      A particularly promoted form involved abuse (agriculture) and…inherited abuse, as a result.

                    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                      Oh right, how it related to radiation stuff.

                      Consider the GMO/irradiated/hormonally fucked "foods", then, consider that your tonsils and your thyroid and maybe like, your bone marrow, heart, spine, you know, lymphatic system is affected or weakened by that.

                      See, many children happen to be allergic to wheat and dairy. Anecdotally, I've experienced this, but also know others who have.

                      Oh right, then there are also the statistics about gliadin/casein allergies in children or even just people in general. You know, before they're urged to remove their tonsils (as children) or thyroids (later) or have them "treated" with shit like iodine-131. Also trying to imply that tonsils are quite important, there.

                      It's an impressive hijacking/disabling attempt, I must say.

                    • Allow me to expound on it code…

                      The protein casein is a super food for cancer cells…

                      Seems most overlook the obvious when it comes to cancer…

                      So if you happen to get a altered cell your body can (and does all the time) eliminate it as a invading object. But with high levels of casein the growth/reproduction time of these mistakes are accelerated and the body can't eliminate them fast enough.

                      There is undeniable proof that you can turn on cancer growth with casein and turn if off by limiting the consumption of it (casein).

                      Add to that the double whammy of pollution in the animal feed (grass, corn) and the GM factors in grain feeds and you shouldn't be consuming dairy milk at all…

                      I eat some dairy but limit it to the extreme when it comes to milk…

                      Less than 1/2 gallon a month total if that much.

                      Humans are the only species that don't ween from milk and the only species that routinely consumes another species milk…

                      And before anyone thinks this is not proven fact watch this one…

                      T. Colin Campbell, PhD: Link Between Dairy Protein, Casein, & Cancer:


                      Simple steps to reduce your risk are the ones that actually work for most people and eliminating cows milk is a easy to implement thing that could save your life.

                      Filter your water and air and eliminate milk.

                      3 simple things you can do to cut cancer chances by a wide margin and can help with recovery if you already have cancer.

                  • and, Tommy,and Jessie, there is Nadine, and Cora,Sarah,Bill, Tony and Mark…….


                    I knew i recognized the theme…

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "Colorectal carcinoma (CRC) is a leading cause of cancer death worldwide (GLOBOCAN 2008), and thus finding new prevention and therapeutic approaches is of prime importance. Propionibacteria, found in fiber-rich food and dairy products, produce short-chain fatty acids (SCFA), mainly propionate and acetate, which induce apoptosis in CRC cells. Their potential in cancer prevention and therapy has thus been proposed by several authors1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and understanding the mechanisms underlying acetate-induced cell death should provide new prevention/therapeutic strategies in CRC."

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      Basically vinegar plus sodium bicarbonate equals some acetate.

      • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

        A bit of spastic typing here (I need a drink).

        I often use vinegars/fermented stuff (apple cider, balsamic, natural white, not that synthetic acetic acid crap) and sodium bicarbonate (well, also epsom salts, shit like society garlic along with other supposed anti-inflammatory stuff) like that when cooking shit. I don't actually know if any of that helps, seems like I'm still pretty fucked.

        I don't trust dairy (industry) crap at all though, the gliadin/casein bullshit, thyroid/tonsil/gut response/allergies regarding that, also considering the abuse.

        But I just read something else there about fermentation, glucose and stuff about that.

        I even read something about some pathogenic fungi being particularly fond of inositol.

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      Slightly related and they don't mention chemtrails in the abstract. To get the whole article have to pay – tax money probable paid for the study…
      "Engineered nanomaterial-induced lysosomal membrane permeabilization and anti-cathepsin agents"

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