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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  • Also, nothing in the field of theoretical biology or mathematical game theory supports your moralist claims about the virtue of altruism. (The so-called Price-Equation is a mathematical model to analyse the evolution of altruism among populations. But biologically speaking, altruistic behaviour is just group egoism and there is no scientific consensus which groups are meaningful to understand the phenomenon of natural selection. The ridiculous abstractions “Humanity”, “Nature” or “The Ecosphere” certainly aren’t.)

    Coming from the field of humanities, I try to approach science issues with common sense and humour. I have studied the Hegelian “Science of Logic” – one of the most difficult philosophical theories ever created, a lecture that couldn’t get much tougher – AND Karl Marx, Capital Volume 1-3 for more than ten years. To me, you people on this forum seem to be just too dumb and dull to challenge my point of view. I hope you understand that I cannot answer every message you write me individually; I just don’t have neither time nor willingness to engage in such tiresome discussions. I’m not an utopian believer in any ideal society, far from that, but I know for a fact that society objectively gravitates towards a communist “Omega Point” which is similar to the thermodynamic equilibrium state (a heuristical fiction).

    • DUDe DUDe

      "To me, you people on this forum seem to be just too dumb and dull to challenge my point of view."

      Wherent you that one that tried to bribe Kevin Blanch if he bended over to your viewpoints or something..?

      Are you also sended by a fascist gawd ?

      Why don't you just fuck off ?

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      wintermute, Im so glad Im not your dog; "nothing in the field of theoretical biology or mathematical game theory supports your moralist claims about the virtue of altruism."

      You no doubt decide to feed your pets or help your friends based on mathematical game theory and the Price equation.

      You do see that you make the complaint that you cant go on responding to everyone, even though nobody seems at all interested in engaging in your pseudo intellectual BS

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      And you, sir, sound like a malignant narcissist.

      • Wowsers HoTaters who has the malignancy and how much of it?

        Juice, juice, juice with real (and clean) fruits and vegetables, and put forth the effort it takes to filter your water and only eat clean foods, your life and the lives of your family members depend on it.

        But that's just the truth, so don't take that more seriously than it truly is.

        Clean food? Study that.

        Real help when needed? Study that too.

        Real truth? The real deal no matter what the soap opera (space ship) fools study.

        Nuclear power? A real problem that can (and may just) end the world for many…

        What's next? It ain't a bunch of playing tiddly (tiddlie) winks and studying salt while we all get poisoned and die from a heavy metal maniacal invention designed to cover for the same fake ego power we see everywhere, including here?

        Aren't most of these things past their (sell by) safe operational date? Or is everybody suddenly in the business of swatting human flies now (your own grandchildren and their grandkids too?).

        Think about that one for a moment…

        Would you drink out of a milk jug that was out of date? But we allow these nuclear metal poison factories to run amuck while good people die as a result?

        Time to step up and say no more.Does a fuel pool have shielding? Nope.

        Is there a off switch? Yep but not for the actual poisons coming out of them, you can shutoff the cooling but you can't shutoff the heavy metal radioactive poisons they produce for millennia.

  • Karl Popper, in his book “The misery of historicism” accuses Marx, by publishing a book on the “Law of the Tendency of the Profit Rate to Fall” of confusing the notions of “Law” and “Tendency”. Popper is wrong and apparently doesn’t understand infinitesimal calculus, otherwise he would know that nothing prevents a “Tendency” from being at the same time a “Natural Law”.
    However, dialectically speaking, scientific “progress” and moral “regression” are two sides of the same coin. In that sense, and in that sense only, you could say that the dumbing down of American population is a real thing. The libertarian philosopher Joseph Farrell rants about this dumbing-down tendency in scientific education due to the new “Common Core Standards”, commenting on another author as follows:

  • “Farley saw the hidden side of the testing busy-ness, from the bottom all the way to the top. In spite of having made money from the “industry”, however, Farley leaves no doubt where he stands. Writing in his book in which he reviews his experience in copious and oftentimes simultaneously humorous and frustrating detail, Farley indicates that even though he worked in the testing business, he is univocally opposed to it, having seen it from within. Summarizing the experiences toward the end of his book that led him to these conclusions, Farley makes an even more significant observation, one pregnant with philosophical, political and socio-cultural implications that we explore in this book, for he had concluded that testing was not really about establishing whether a student had any real competence about the subject. The real goal, in his experience, was really merely to ensure that certain ‘keywords’ or concepts occurred in student responses, whether or not the student actually understood the meaning. Standardized testing, in other words, resembled not so much a test or assessment in any real sense, but rather, an “educational” version of the National Security Agency’s electronic surveillance program, where super-computers are programmed to look for the occurrence of certain keywords in certain arrangements and frequencies in email correspondence or telephone conversations”.

    • Now you are startin to scare and there is no basis in fact for that completely subjective crap…

      "but rather, an “educational” version of the National Security Agency’s electronic surveillance program"

      What a complete load of crap… Is the teacher a muddled up wad of fool?

      I expect not in the real world, in fact teachers do care and are a stop gap of BS everywhere!!!!

      The ailens have landed? Not thinkin so Wintermute…

      Steppin on your'e own peter? A way better bet of fact 10 to 1…

      More crappiola for the tards?

  • Are you guys interested in spreading and learning the truth or just insulting people and running them off what you think (vivaciously) is your somehow your personal solemn territory?

    As you discredit yourselves with nothing real to refute and absoulutly no educative statements for these poor misguided people?

    Speaks volumes as to the motivations here…

    Never insult, educate, never use language that refutes the cold hard facts, show the real proven truth…

    If all you do is sling "unthoughtout" insults ya just give a faker (whoever that may be) ammunition to show you as inept even if you know the facts…

    Time to fight fire with fire and never fight a falsehood with piss and moan, ya may even get some actual true information you didn't already know by stating facts instead of insults…

    Class dismissed…

    Van Halen – "Hot For Teacher":

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      I got it, HD is slinging insults that the posters are insulting and running off readership.

      You know there are many more forums where you could whip the people into shape…why not go where your words of wisdom and constant insults will be appreciated?

  • q q

    I guess I didn't point this out, when I linked this article. This is from June.

    Just mentioning it again.

    "Because of the proximity to North Korea, they may blame North Korean weapons testing if there is a major accident. The Takahama Nuclear Power Station is on the Sea of Japan."

    What happened recently?

  • freebywill

    A behind-the-scenes look at Scott Pruitt's dysfunctional EPA

    Career employees at the agency say political appointees are shutting them out of decision-making. They worry that the public will suffer.

    By Rachel Levenemail 5:00 am, November 9, 2017 Updated: 5:12 am, November 9, 2017

    What happened with Superfund is hardly an anomaly. Today’s EPA is wracked with internal conflict and industry influence, and is struggling to fulfill its mission, according to more than two dozen current and former agency employees. A few dozen political appointees brought in under the Trump administration are driving policy. At least 16 of the 45 appointees worked for industries such as oil, coal and chemicals. Four of these people — and another 21 — worked for, or donated to, politicians who have questioned established climate science, such as Pruitt and Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla.

    Career staff members — lawyers, scientists, analysts — are largely being frozen out of decision-making, current and former agency employees say. These staffers rarely get face time with Pruitt and frequently receive top-down orders from political appointees with little room for debate. They must sometimes force their way into conversations about subjects in which they have expertise.

    And that is a big mistake, said one of Pruitt’s predecessors.

    [ much more at the link ]

  • q q

    I was looking at robots recently (like that sophia thing).

    You know, I may not be all that clever, but it didn't take me very long to spot the bullshit.

    Spoiler alert. Basically, most (all of them, actually) of those are ads with fakery, check it out. You would have like a scripted scenario/"interview", someone speaking, or typing (which then may actuate some of the robot's "features".

    If you want to see scary robot…

    Luckily that thing is dumb as shit. But, if you combine the appeals for "robot" rights and the advertisements, endorsements, you do get to a pretty grim vision.

  • freebywill

    Electric Car Sales Surge 63% Globally

    Electric vehicles (EVs) continue to gain momentum on the world market.

    Global sales of electric and hybrid cars are 63 percent higher than the same quarter last year, and up 23 percent from the second quarter, according to a Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) report.

    China is the top market for EVs, accounting for roughly half of global sales in the third quarter. Europe and North American were the second- and third-biggest markets, respectively.

    China offers incentives to help increase the number of low-emission cars on the road.

    “The Chinese government is very focused on pushing up EV sales," said Aleksandra O'Donovan, BNEF advanced transport analyst and one of the authors of the report. “One reason for that is the local pollution levels in the cities, and a second is for China to build domestic heroes to compete internationally in this market."

    Electric vehicle sales are poised to surge worldwide as an increasing number of countries such as China, Scotland, France and India announced intentions to ban diesel and gasoline cars in order to cut emissions.

    [ more at the link ]

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      They are better cars..

      • Question?….

        Does a "electrick" car produce less pollution over it' lifespan than a real hot rod car idling down the road?

        Bet the gas car goes faster, stops quicker and makes less pollution than it's electric counterpart.

        …and for far less effort and money right now, today, as we speak, reality.

        Ya just can't travel through time… Because ya just can't go someplace that doesn't exist….

        How about them apples…

        RICK DERRINGER – Rock & Roll Hoochie Koo (1973):

    • Where's the energy coming from to run those cars that cant get around the block without a dead battery?? It (actual energy) has to come from somewhere man…

      A terrible idea that only keeps the killer electric machine running..

      Is electricity the real beast from biblical times?

      I'd have to say (unequivocally) yes to that…

      Ya like apples?

      How about them apples…

  • freebywill

    Why Pipeline Opponents Cheered Monday's Keystone XL Approval

    Yes, it's true that the Nebraska Public Service Commission voted Monday to approve the long-gestating Keystone XL (KXL) tar sands pipeline. But don't score it as a win for TransCanada—or as a "boost for Trump"—just yet.

    That's because the commission approved the "mainline alternative route," and that's not the route that the pipeline operator wants.

    It could take years before the project finally gets off the ground (if it ever does), as the alternative route includes 63 miles of new pipeline not yet approved by the federal government and plenty of landowners could stand in the way.

    As Crystal Rhoades, a commission member, wrote in her dissent: "The route violates the due process of landowners. There are at least 40 landowners along the approved route who may not even know that their land is in this pipeline's path. Since they might not know that they are in the path of the pipeline, they may not have participated in this proceeding."

    And you can bet with last week's 210,000-gallon oil spill from the existing Keystone pipeline in South Dakota that many landowners wouldn't be thrilled about the project.

    Even TransCanada seemed lukewarm about the commission's decision.

    [ watch for land takes via eminent domain ]

    • But I'll bet the last time you needed something you got in your car and went to the store to get it right? Was it cold outside? Raining? Windshield wipers going? Heater running?

      So these really bad things you speak of aren't really bad huh…

      What's really bad? That outdated nuclear plant killing everyone and everything around it.

      Takes decades to cool it ozzz, is that really confirmed (real) global warming?

      20 years before it stops making heat on it's own after being extracted from the cooker? Really? Global warming??

      Raises temps around the (nuclear) plant by more than 5 degrees and destroys all the wildlife in the surrounding area (including you)? Is that a contributor to real global warming? And some still think we need electric cars? The energy to propel these things still has to come from somewhere boys…

      Make some electric power…
      While producing deadly materials that will never be safe in our lifetimes, our grand children's lifetimes, their grandchildren's lifetimes and beyond…

      …so you think that electric cars are the future?

      Dane brammage at it's finest folks…

      • Mark Knopfler – Working on it (from Wag The Dog):

        Why does a dog wag it's tail? Because the dog is smarter than his tail, if the tail were smarter, the tail (or tale in many casses) would wag the dog…

      • freebywill

        No YD, I gave up gas powered transport almost 10 years ago for a variety of reasons.

        One being the enviro damage I was helping to perpetuate.

        Two being the financial costs to support parasitic gov and corps.

        I live close enough to a variety of retail outlets to be able to walk. I have approx 30 days of foodstuffs on hand, the majority of which is non perishable so I don't have to go groc shop during foul weather. I get what I need during fair weather, if I do need to go out when it's raining or cold, I dress accordingly and endure it.

        While some of the EV re-charging stations currently rely on grid pwr an increasing number are solar/wind energy extractors.

        As time progresses these will become the standard and the efficiency will improve.

        Some workplaces even have employee/customer hookups to solar/wind recharging stns so your charging while at work.

        Solar carport

        Eventually there will be more EV recharging stns as the infrastructure is built out.

        Still drive a fossil fuel auto?
        Any solar panels on your house, business?

        Btw, fuel assemblies only take about 5 yrs to cool down enough to be casked.

        • "Some workplaces even have employee/customer hookups to solar/wind recharging stns so your charging while at work"…

          Well I've not seen one yet I do know that california had some quick charge station along is highway used for testing…

          In a road test A guy took a GM EV1 and took a trip across the state, it took him over 3 days to cover the ground a gas car could cover in less than one…

          Think about it a moment it's allot like charging your phone… A quick charge runs down way quicker than a slow overnight charge and down almost as fast as the charging rate with a electric motor…

          A great idea is to build the solar into the glass hood and roof of the car so it can charge while you work simply sitting in the sun.

          4 hours of charge in the morning, a little lunch trip and 4 more before the drive home…

          Problem there is the sun just doesn't shine everyday so you would need a bicycle rack so you could get home on those rainy / snowy days huh…

          All electric would be a nightmare from both a stranded motorist standpoint and a hanging around at a charging station situation…

          Don't know if you remember all the violence in the 70's during the fuel crunch but hanging around at a charging station on the side of the highway just won't work in most places, especially if all the chargers are being used…

          And the energy used to power cars is a huge chunk, ya just can't get it from the already overburdened electric grid.

          • Jebus Jebus

            Paradigm shifts are hard.

            US has now ~16,000 public electric vehicle charging stations with ~43,000 connectors


            Alternative Fuels Data Center


            Give it time, Hippie…

            • Interesting stuff Jeb…

              Although I wouldn't want to be anywhere near a inductive charging station…

              Pure crazy to even consider the amount of radiation there from a wireless charger… And filling a gas tank takes moments, how long does it take to charge one of these cars? And how many miles will you get from a 20 minuet charge? And how much toxic waste is generated from the batteries production? And disposal?

              It reminds me of the CFL light bulbs that the power companies were giving away a couple of years ago…

              …Sounded good, uses less power and they were giving them away… And free is good right?

              Reality? The companies were in such hot water from the manufacture process that they were already obsolete before the power companies even thought about giving them away under the guise of saving power.

              The reality is that when those spent bulbs hit the landfill they have and will poison the water table for decades…

              So it seemed like a good light bulb, lasted longer and used less power but the manufacture (toxic wastes) and disposal process makes them (CFL light bulbs anyway) a emanate threat to public health.

              And when you start thinking about wireless charging of cars on that scale? With that kind of loitering around waiting for a completed charge?

              Just plain crazy to even consider that safe or dependable…

              It just doesn't prove out…

  • freebywill

    The Hidden History of How California Was Built on Genocide

    Sunday, November 12, 2017 By Mark Karlin, Truthout | Interview

    The genocide of California's Indigenous nations was the foundation upon which settler colonialism built the "Golden State." In this interview, historian and author Benjamin Madley argues that understanding the 19th century genocide in California will assist scholars in "re-examining the larger, hemispheric Indigenous population catastrophe."

    Elected California officials were the primary architects of annihilation. State legislators created a legal environment in which California [Natives] had almost no rights, thus granting those who attacked them virtual impunity.

    [But] the state of California did not act alone. The US Army played a crucial part in the California genocide, first creating the exclusionary legal system, then setting genocidal precedents, helping to build the killing machine, participating in killing and finally taking control of it. In total, US Army soldiers killed at least 1,688 to 3,741 California [Natives] between 1846 and 1873.

    18 mins | American Indian Activist Russell Means Powerful Speech, 1989 |

  • I ask again…

    If you put a untrained monkey at a typewriter forever would he type out a Shakespeare play by accident? Eventually?? Randomly???


    P.O.D. – Lost In Forever (Scream) [Official Music Video]:

  • Black Alert:

    This message is in no way true and is a complete joke. (flash site or not) accepts NO responsibility for rumor or fake crap or attitude or crazy made security problems? Maybe… 🙂

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    Massachusetts "Police Arrest Pipeline Protesters—And Get Paid by the Pipeline’s Owner
    In just five months, an energy company has paid Massachusetts State Police nearly $773,000 for extra security details—as they’ve helped arrest protesters fighting a pipeline."

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "Vitamin C is similar in structure to glucose. Animals that can make their own Vit C use glucose to make Vit C. When we need Vit C we crave sweet foods because if we ate as nature intended, the only sweet foods available would be fruit, which would supply us with Vit C and satisfy our need for something sweet.

    Vit C is required for many chemical reactions in the body, from carnitine and sperm production to immune function in dealing with colds, cancer etc In 1935 Dr Klenner reports successfully curing polio with 80 Gm of Vit C per day."

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      "Cancer cells and also viruses and bacteria, that depend on getting extra glucose to promote cell division, can be flooded by excess Vit C which uses the same receptor sites to enter the cell in competition with glucose. The extra Vit C shuts down the oxidative energy reaction in cancer cells, inhibiting protein kinase C which increases cell division and proliferation. This disables oncogene expression and increases the body’s inhibitory growth factor. In fact antioxidants decrease abnormal cell growth rate, whilst eating lots of sugar rich and high cholesterol foods feeds cancer cells and other fast dividing cells like viruses etc. There have been over 350 studies that show the success of Vit C used in this way. Large doses are required to flood the system."

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        large doses of vitamin C act a little different than dietary doses. The C creates hydrogen peroxide which is a cytotoxin. It kills cells by superoxide anion and hydroxyl radicals.

        There is an interesting way to get high levels in your bloodstream by mixing Vit C with zucchini peels in the blender. Microencapsulation with lecithin is only moderately effective, although it may have other effects. A key is to dose every few hours

        • PlowboyGrownUp

          Zucchini peels, what does that do? I saw a video on that but don't remember what it was about.

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            Plowboy; Getting high blood level of Vit C is not easy unless you take an IV. I dont think the body actually likes huge doses…just my hunch on that. Its tightly controlled and the absorption goes down the more you eat. But when fighting cancer, a very high dose becomes toxic to cancer cells. Hydrogen peroxide is formed and kills by oxidation cascades. There are two forms of vit C that can change back and forth. Zucchini has an enzyme that makes this other type of C and apparently absorption is increased.

            'Dehydroascorbic acid (DHA) is an oxidized form of ascorbic acid (vitamin C). It is actively imported into the endoplasmic reticulum of cells via glucose transporters.[citation needed] It is trapped therein by reduction back to ascorbate by glutathione and other thiols.

            Vitamin C accumulates in mitochondria, where most of the free radicals are produced, by entering as DHA through the glucose transporters, GLUT10. Ascorbic acid protects the mitochondrial genome and membrane.'




            • PlowboyGrownUp

              Wife elected to not take the chemo/radiation burn followup treatment after successful surgery. So family found a Doctor of Oriental Medicine who has many good recommendees. He put her on immune buildup supplements and ordered to cut out sugar,coffee (she was climbing walls a couple of days), and quite a few other foods, no meat, vegan only. The papers he gave us had vitamin C IV info, so pretty sure he is going to recommend vita C IV soon. He went to school in China for the DOM.

            • GOM GOM

              Dr. Code

              There is no therapeutic level of Vit C.

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                GOM you are correct but only for people living in a bowl shaped earth. On a spherical earth, Vit C is always therapeutic. Please make a note of it and adjust accordingly when you are dealing with your patients

                • For me the therapeutic level is a dose every 4 to 6 hours. A dose may be 500mgs to 1000mgs depending on desired out come. Therapy to last 10 days only, just like any drug. To increase effectiveness I take it with alpha-lipoic acid to flush toxins.

                  Maybe correct? it works for me.

                  • Do you have any experience with gerson therapy taffy cat?

                    Proven to cure tuberculosis (several group studies in the 30's and 40's to prove it) before antibiotics and that was a death sentence before penicillin was discovered…

                    Now his daughter in her 90's uses these principles to cure cancer patients sent home to die by modern medicine… Modern medicine said go home and get your affairs in order and Charlotte Gerson cured them with juicing (more technical than that but you get the idea)

                    Works for any aliment form arthritis to tuberculosis, toxic or biological shock of any kind, and yes, even aggressive cancer patients that are sent home to die…

                    Gerson Therapy Testimonials:



                    • No I don't…a friend of mine is a supplement maker w/ degree's in chemistry and nutrition. He and I have worked on programs to treat my various disabilities. His vit. C for instance is so fresh that after you take a dose you can feel your gums plump up :-)…in working with him on some things we discovered that any program shouldn't last more than 10 days because you are treating an illness. Anything else requires a life-style change. Juicing, fermented foods, that sort of thing would be life style from what I understand. Most things like cancer and such is exposure related. Environmental changes can be costly, like in moving, but can reduce risks. Just like food source and such.

      • PlowboyGrownUp

        "Vit C and Vit B5 are the main ingredients of cortisone and adrenaline production, and also depress histamine and allergic reactions. For these reasons Vit C helps control asthma and hay fever, and helps with stress.

        It is important to take the right sort of Vit C for your blood group. O and B need a calcium ascorbate. A1 and AB need sodium ascorbate. A2 needs a combination of both calcium and sodium ascorbates."

        • Mack Mack

          Plowboy, thank you for the very interesting info on Vitamin C.

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Modern life is killing our children: Cancer rate in young people up 40 per cent in 16 years

            Scratching my head hard on this next one…this means 55% to 58% of the cases have nothing to do with bad habits and death. Probably more like 60%..explain that to all the kids!

            Justification for polluting the entire planet with poisons for the making of profits for the few can not be justified by anyone..period. There must not be any real education is all I can think.

            HALF of America's cancer deaths are driven by bad habits like eating processed meat, smoking, and excess body weight – but some are worse for men than women

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            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              Take a break! 🙂

              The Power of Love does not need to be sexual and there is a Coffee Pot that needs fixing!

              We have much to lose..greed is not the solution..sustainability is the solution!

              These are easy concepts to understand. We are one!

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            • PlowboyGrownUp

              Ya Obe, the things you mentioned this in with what the Doctor of Oriental Medicine told us. "Most folks have at any time some cancer cells in circulation, and the immune system, if it's working right, takes care of them. When immune system becomes degraded, mainly due to wrong eating etc, then the cancer cells may take hold somewhere and grow, hence tumor." Or something like that.

            • Truth in fact? People are scared of tobacco and drinking (alcohol) and try to eat healthy and live in clean environments.

              And yet the absolute fact is that cancer has more than tripled in hospital records in non smokers and how many have it?

              "I feel fine" is the answer. It's NOT a looking more closely thing, it's a more having cancer thing.

              What causes cancer? Broken DNA is what causes cancer.

              Look at animal cancer numbers. Pets dying? Way easier to study as the privacy laws don't pertain to pets (that will be the next coverup).

              500 percent incidence in household animal deaths from cancer should speak volumes as to the actual cause.

              And the scary part is that the humans in that particular household also follow this increase and get cancer shortly after their pets.

              Think the sea stars dying in the Pacific is disturbing?

              How about loosing your dogs and cats from the obvious radiation and pollution problems we have today? Aunts and uncles, cousins, children and grandchildren.

              My aunt is dead from cancer, my uncle is dead from cancer, my cousins (as in more than one 3) are dead from cancer, my brother just had a cancerous kidney removed, my father has a dog as I type this with cancer in it's nasal passages, my brothers dog died from cancer, my neighbors dog died of cancer. None of them smoked cigarettes or cigars or chewed tobacco or drank or any of the total distractions put out by those that have a agenda.

              Time to deal with this obvious…

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                radiation hitting DNA is the cause of cancer?
                'They' would like you to believe it, because the chance of a DNA strike is small compared to a traversal anywhere else in the cell. Cancer is a random chance…that meme is drilled into our brains. This is incorrect dogma

          • PlowboyGrownUp

            Mack y r welcome! 🙂

    • Truth? When you crave a sweet food it is (for sure PGW) about fruit! The body's natural craving is for real food and when you almost never eat these real natural foods you will crave all kinds of stuff and your mind will send you down the road to the most convenient way to satisfy that craving…

      Cakes, coookies, sodapop?

      When I went to school they would send you to the principles office if caught with a soda or a bag of Doritos…

      Now they sell em in the halls using great big machines with florescent lights blaring and little green men cartoon images begging the child to put a quarter in the machine…

      "Dad can I have a dollar to get a soda? Sure son"

      Scary ain't it…

      Nutrition? Nahh doesn't really matter anymore huh…

      Day in and day out…

      ..I wonder (not) why we just can't seem to get anything worthwhile done.

  • DUDe DUDe

    Redistricting and Representation: Why Competitive Elections are Bad for America (Controversies in Electoral Democracy and Representation)

    Comments :

    "I mean, this is just a farce against basic democracy. We pick the representatives. The representatives do not pick the people. DO not make this guy the top census operator."

    "This right-wing professor has been assigned by Trump to fix the next U.S. census. He can't be confirmed by the Senate to head the Census Bureau, so Trump will make him the deputy, for which no Senate confirmation is needed. And Trump will not appoint a real director, so this statistical nontrainee will run the fix. This book lays out his program to undermine democracy in America through gerrymandering. Shame, shame!"



    #1- Stop reading about all the hype on ridiculous vitamin cures. Cancer is nothing more than tangled bad cells.

    #2- There is only one way to attack these mutant free-radicalized cells.
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    The Arrest of Canadian Nurse Renee Caisse Over Native Indian Cancer Treatment.

    • GOM GOM

      Introducing Turmeric with Meadowsweet & Ginger

      Everyday, 3-6 cups with raw honey.

      Good alterative as Turmeric cannot be ingested long term.

      Target has it here.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      'Cancer is nothing more than tangled bad cells.' OK, closer to truth than your 'earth is shaped like a bowl' theory. You are in the medical field? "Mr Norbit, the lab report came in and were sorry to inform you that you have tangled bad cells" "now if you will just sign over the entirety of your life savings and assets, we can begin the poison injections"

      Obviously you never had to fight cancer. Also, you didnt read my links to cancer over the last couple of weeks. You havent studied cancer or cancer treatment and have no clinical experience treating cacner

      That said, the mushrooms and essiac are fine. My experience is that mushrooms didnt really help much…although I dont say they dont help. New Chapter is good, a little pricy. Essiac might have been a cure in more alive, environmentally pure times, but now treating cancer is a super challenge. Its a major, comprehensive trip. You need to clean out toxins, clean the liver, take large quantities of herbs, most likely go to a clinic that uses IV vit c and other orthomolecular cocktails, keep trying protocols.

      No doubt HD will chime in with Gerson. Gerson is good but the protocol takes a real dedication. Green coffee enemas, calf liver and carrot juice (yuck!), large quantities of various forms of potassium. If Gerson were alive, I have no doubt he would update his understanding and protocols

      The only magic bullet is black salve for skin cancer. Even that has scary possible outcomes.

      • danger kitty danger kitty

        Hi Code, this Avemar stuff seems like a silver bullet to me –>
        I didn't have cancer, I was merely in the end spiral of RAIDS. Extreme weight loss & fatigue. Losing control of my legs, very similar to what some of the sailors from the Ronald Reagan described. I could tell that I would be in a wheelchair and then gone in just a few short weeks. I had just seen this exact scenario played out in my wife. She spiraled down in 10 short weeks.
        Within a week of taking avemar I had gained 20 lb back. After another two or three months I got back 20 more pounds. I consider it pretty miraculous. It is used by some oncologists; usually what they call integrative oncologists, either with or without the usual burning and poisoning. My acupuncturist healer says that she seen people with stage 4 cancer come out into total remission with the stuff. Tripling down on the dose. Single dose runs about $180 a month.

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          Danger Kitty…Im glad you have had remarkable results with that product. Another plant source of benzoquinones is this plant

          A possible addition or substitute might be pyrroloquinoline quinone. You might get more quinone for your money

          I wanted to clarify the magic bullet; I meant that when one is battling cancer, rarely does one particular product wipe it out. A systemic comprehensive approach is required. This means dietary changes, cleansing, elimination of carcinogens in the environment etc.

          I have seen this; we tend to latch onto one product or treatment, and then are disappointed the cancer is still there. Treating cancer is DIFFICULT! Black salve is a chemical burning that does wipe out skin cancer dramatically. I observe any remaining margins can become more aggressive,…faster growth. Black salve didnt take away the CAUSE of cancer, which is multi factorial.

          The reason I say there is no magic bullet is because if a person is in the grips of cancer, they cant afford to think a bottle of this or that is going to cure them.

          • danger kitty danger kitty

            Code, I agree that it's never any one thing that's going to help with disease. I have a large number of supplements and herbs I take. I am fortunate to have found some of the best, perhaps it's just because I've been at it for so long. I've spent two thirds of my life, that's no exaggeration, 2/3 of my life under attack by heavy metals, most of them radioactive It's come in three waves, starting at conception. That's right, I was born with beta burns, and a whole lot else. Not whining, I've been able to keep alive thanks to a lot of different nutritional and herbal products.
            My standard for healing substances is that they produce noticeable results within 2 or 3 days. Avemar meets that criteria as does vitamin C, the glutamate that you've written so much about, good mineral supplements, spirulina,cayenne etc.
            Looking for a good multi mineral, trace mineral supplement because the one I had used is not a good idea anymore. It was azomite. Azomite was amazing but it is mined from an open pit mine and in the Age of Fallout thats not advisable.
            It's good that I am no longer dying but I'm still looking to recover all my energy. The product I'm trying now for that is Sun Horse Energy, Mojo 8.5. Seems to be working nicely without being over-stimulating. It's a combination of about 20 adaptogenic herbs from around the entire world.
            That PQQ looks interesting, aaand its on Amazon, on its way to me. Wish I hadn't put up those anti-drone nets…

            • danger kitty danger kitty

              And of course Energy Medicine is a big part of my healing routine. Qi Gong meditation, acupuncture and acupressure, walking barefoot, and the healing powers of being completely disgusted with the piles of stupid that represent Modern Life. I laugh big belly laughs over that everyday!

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              danger kitty…you REALLY need to address the high blood pressure! That was you right?

              If you feel effects from the benzoquinone in that avemar product, but would like to explore other sources, I would take a look at this list and see if any are used for the ailments you experience. Then you could buy in bulk


              The vit C levels you talk about are considered dietary, not pharmaceutical. To do major battle with C you need to take every few hours, try blending with lecithin, try the zucchini method, and in dire times, get the IV

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                Nigella sativa (black-caraway, also known as black cumin, nigella and kalonj)

                a quinone containing plant with anti cancer anti inflammatory use

                Thymoquinone: potential cure for inflammatory disorders and cancer

                'One meta-analysis of clinical trials found weak evidence that N. sativa has a short-term benefit on lowering systolic and diastolic blood pressure, and another found limited evidence that various extracts of black seed can reduce triglycerides, LDL and total cholesterol while raising HDL cholesterol.' I would check that they werent taking too small of quantity. Herbs…you can usually use a lot! (not always of course!)

              • danger kitty danger kitty

                Code, the blood pressure is now under control by medication. It took a couple of weeks with a new med to get it there. It was like trying to steer the Starship Enterprise with a broken rudder. But it's still symptom management. Remember the high blood pressure was the result of that contaminated spirulina that measured 10 counts over background in 4 oz of powder. It's just ridiculous that the doctors don't take that powder into the nuclear medicine lab, run it under a gamma scintillator and see what it was. Then they could work on chemical chelation of the metals. They manage the symptoms and call it done . Absurd!
                I'd rather chelate and detox the RADS herbally anyway. But the blood pressure is controlled by medication I'll Give It 2 years tops cuz I ain't going to be on ANY medication for the rest of my life.

            • "Code, I agree that it's never any one thing that's going to help with disease. I have a large number of supplements and herbs I take"

              As long as it is real herbs and not some tablet someone convinced you was good…

              Eating iodine? Are ya sure?? Reaaaaaally sure???

              Can't b (for sure sure) huh…

              Real whole foods are easy to spot and any old and/or bad stuff is easily discarded as trash too…

              Not so with tablets or powders or pills or liquid elixirs…


              Incubus – Dig:


              • danger kitty danger kitty

                Wasn't talking to you drivel mutt. The only thing that comes out of your mouth is a mixture of smegma and the fresh raw materials for coprolite. There's only one way that got IN your mouth in the first place.
                You act like you know all, see all, and pee all over yourself. The reality is you are a pretender. Not the band.
                You are on notice, drivel mutt, do not respond to my posts, do not talk to me. That will be all, HD.
                kitty logging out…

                • Nor was I takling to you pussy…

                  Try to get a grip on something, even if it's just knowing when to keep your trap shut Daaaaaaaaanger Kitty…

                • And now Dannnnnger Kitty wan't me to nor respond to the silly, stupid crazy unwitting post that total waste of a case types out here…

                  Funny that this idiot would bait a argument with me huh….

                  I've ignored this fool like the plague after realizing that this one doesn't have the good sense GOD gives a dog…

                  But now Daaaaaaaaaanger kitty wants to play with a real dog huh…

                  Pathedic fool, get a grip on something, even if it's the fact you have no real grip on anything…

                  Go away and stay there fool…

                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    words discombobulated write person wrong response much? Drugs youth brain scrambled? Old now business fathers wing disability? On holding dear for life slip away insanity side effect drugs? Think try but slip away word and spell gone to Valhalla?

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      "now Dannnnnger Kitty wan't me to nor respond to"

                      Please, nor respond me to wan't also. Note please make of it

                      thaaaanks in advaaaaaance

      • GOM GOM


        No need to speak of infamous 'credentials'. My philosophy is, anyone can pass a test for a license. That, and time, have pretty much cemented the idea.

        Fact is, corporations (AMA) control your 'health life' through manipulation such as propaganda & fear. Fear of death is a great tool.

        Law dictates that a Physician MUST recommend chemo for a cancer diagnosis.

        It is illegal to treat cancer other than with chemo, surgery, and radiation.

        [Just a sidenote, but isn't Vit C a natural substance? Seems like insurance is paying for it. Kickbacks too. And it's dangerous in high dose].

        That seems somehow OK?

        But to offer folks a chance through alternative research & supplementation..
        grab your torch & pitchforks

        "Obviously you never had to fight cancer"

        Obviously, you forget my Downwinder experience..

        Enough of this nonsense. You remain a pathetic bore. Just re-read your own post..;)

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          several studies show that high levels of Vit C are well tolerated…safe. You say its dangerous and not therapeutic! This is bad advice by almost any standard.

          Chemo, radiation and surgery…those are dangerous. Vit C is not

          I didnt think my post was a pathetic bore. I speak from gritty experience

          If you had cancer (an actual diagnosis?) and cured it with essiac and some other teas, good for you. Most will NOT find it that easy, I guarantee you. In fact I doubt your success story

          • danger kitty danger kitty

            I've used high doses of Vitamin C to get rid of really bad colds and pneumonia. 5000 to 8000 units per day.It works best if I drink lots of orange juice while doing it. Getting some of the whole food as well as the concentrated vitamin C.
            In my list of core healing nutrients above I forgot to mention garlic. Lots of garlic. To get that much garlic I need it in extract form. The combination of garlic and cayenne apparently has kept my arteries clean, too Had my first and only lifetime CT scan about a year ago (never again), and my arteries are clean at 64. When my father was that age his were 90% occluded. Both of us heavy smokers. I quit a few months ago.
            They say that the garlic softens up the plaque on blood vessels and the Cayenne mechanically scrubs it off. I hope Frank is listening…

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          GOM, I dont know whos credentials you are talking about. IF by chance you mean to say you passed a nursing degree I can say you present a danger to patients. Scary. But perhaps your point remains; a medical degree does not mean you will get good treatment from the medical establishment for cancer or other diseases. True survival and quality of life statistics are dismal…the treatments barbaric, extraordinarily expensive.

  • Are we really doing it?

    Or are we just pretending to do it…

    The real questions…

    Joe Bonamassa – Mountain Climbing:


    Final word on cancer:

    The cancer paradigm is based on an archaic cut, poison, and burn approach, which often has dismal, deadly results; it’s important to realize that there are other options available, but your oncologist isn’t likely to tell you about them.

    • Yep you know that's true too GOM…

      The real healing comes from a healthy immune system…

      Something I have written about here many times before…

      Why was the aids virus refered to as the "gay cancer"?

      Because those people were getting full blown cancer walking around in the same places you were, they (people with HIV) just had compromised immune systems…

      And they got cancer…

      Juice juice juice….

      Beetlejuice in the graveyard model:

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        I would decline to comment too! Airline tickets will go up in price..expect it.

        American and United Airlines pay out $95 MILLION in compensation to Twin Tower developers over 'security lapses' that led to 9/11

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        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          Is the some type of cycle that is important? Not anymore1

          How Earth is being polluted by artificial light: Interactive map reveals the areas where our planet is losing its night skies as scientists warn the problem is getting WORSE

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          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Just so loopy!

            Bubbling lakes could release huge amounts of methane and trigger a climate catastrophe by accelerating global warming, warn scientists

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            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              They are here..and they must be getting hungry!

              Do YOU live in an alien hotspot? Interactive map reveals the locations of UFO sightings around the world every day

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              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                Any respectable business men out here..has anything changed? Not really!

                Humans on sale: Haunting photographs show the commonplace auctions held across America where businessmen fought bidding wars over black slaves

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                • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                  Is it really that tough to understand?

                  Deer friend: Adorable fawn cuddles up to a dog and licks it like it’s a pup too

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                  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                    This one caught my eye..

                    Bought this though after reading up..have a cold now for a couple of weeks.

                    Now you might like this..I picked this up today after reading this article. Just took one.

                    Here is some more info on this stuff and it mentions COPD..stuff people talk to me about. Me.. I have a cold now going on 2 weeks..

                    More info!

                    Not very expensive..will let people know after a week or two.. if I feel better.


                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Crap..I am going to live forever!

                      Beverage can cut the risk of heart disease, help you live longer and also lower the chances of developing cancer, diabetes, liver disease and dementia

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                    • GOM GOM

                      4000mg D3 daily, you will never get sick.

                      8000mg active flu season.


                      Not expensive, but uber quality controls.

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      I have had a rough time for the last 6 years….all the way back to 2011 and the Fukushima blowout. Seldom was I ever sick and I used to brag about never getting sick with flu or colds. Only 3 times my whole life until I ran the coast in 2011 and 2012 and now every year I am getting sick.

                      I had a horrible ear ache during the summer run down the west coast in 2012 and I am thinking I never got rid of it. Getting blasted with radiation contamination does not help matters. I will try the D if this NAC doesn't work out. I would hope what ever this is.. has run its course by now after 2 weeks of hacking.

                    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                      Might I suggest rinsing your nose with baking soda and salt.. ..many sinus infections are fungal.. so use the baking soda ..and candle your ears.
                      A maintenance suggestion..

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      I just like being not sick..and no doubt a fungus has a solid hold on my body. Ear ache may have happened in 2011..and it is odd to get a summer ear ache, but then, we were in a convertible with the top down the whole way and radiation was dropping down on top of us.

                      I am thinking I am at the tail end of this one..hacking is much less now. Never had a flu shot and I prefer my own antibodies buildup to fight off such stuff. Try to stay out of the public as much as possible and this one was bought home to me. In fact over the last 6 years I am thinking all of them have been brought home to me.

                      I feel so special..can't run or hide. Chuckles!

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      I did find it odd that the person that brought this one to life for me lived very close by and then of course I have seen large X's in the sky over head prior to being sick. Might be just a coincidence as the commercials for flu and cold medicine saturate the local area broadcast channels here.

                      Could the areas being X-ed up in the sky be using chemtrail dumps overhead to get the people sick in the area below in order to make profits?

                      It would be a good business plan..that is for sure. Chuckles!

                    • Gasser Gasser

                      Obe, and whom else this may concern, try this for an ear infection, take ear wax from your good ear and insert it into the infected ear, this it will stop the infection because it has the proper default bacteria count needed to fight the infection restoring the proper Bacteria balance needed…believe it, it works, antibiotics will only screwup your whole Bacteria system in the long run.

                      And all you sick ENEnews folks I have been reading about here, consider this logical fact; we as freewill choice humans have the power to choose ourselves healthy or be sickly…consider the simple placebo effect, if one is taking Herbs for ailments mostly caused by stress and anxiety (via "habitual" bad freewill choices of needless stress and worry wrecks havoc on the immune system) one can overcome their sickness from simply reversing bad thought patterns to habitual positive good thought patterns choosing to be happy and healthy.

                    • Gasser Gasser

                      We are creatures of easily influenced habits that once established form life patterns, some are good most are bad. If one lets the commercial World completely take over the minds power of choice for their benefit such as; daily political fear news, stupid repetitious radio commercials, and childish music, talk radio shows and religion's fear, myth and superstitions etc. These common daily habits rob a person from projecting their true future freewill choices of want's, needs and desires to be happy healthy and prosperous by being able to quality think out of the commercial worlds box on their own.

                      If someones fear says you can't do that, a week commercialized diluted mind will believe that bullshit.

                      Turn off all that habitual brain washing crap and stand up for your true gift rights of "freewill choice" and believe with it with an open full throttle mind, after all "Smooth running healthy reality goes at the speed and quality of freewill choices" (my experienced quote)

                    • Gasser Gasser

                      Stop habitually cheating yourself and letting others cheat you from being happy, healthy and inventive to hack through the entangled jungle of the confused minds of demented humans en$laving intension$…get real, achieve freedom to think on your own unique high quality value life living thoughts.

                      Remember you are your own worst enemy, Tobacco, Alcohol, any kind drugs and fear, dilutes mind power quality leading to eventual sickness, poverty and early death.

                      Cold Turkey is the only way to break bad peer pressure habits, once you stop the first bad habit you will achieve the mind power Domino effect to easily knock them all down…ask me how I know that shit now @ 76, med free, still strong and healthy, because I tell myself that i'm invincible everyday with full logical declaration confidence…mental placebo effect? you damn right…stick with it, it works.

                    • Gasser Gasser

                      Ps> Now @ 76 yr'old, soon to be 77, I have sold my Hawaii property and heading to the USA to start a new life time adventure touring the States with an RV camper on a pickup truck with my trusty KTM off road motorcycle on the back to do some extreme off road gnarly racing events, plus kick back fishing, hiking, pan gold, and meet new folks of the same like.

                      I've ridden about every bas ass lava flow, gnarly mud boged rain forest's and nasty rough 4WD roads around the Volcano's to the point it has become boring, so now I will be exploring/racing on the mainland in all new zones in all kinds of weather.

                      The closer to no fear death I come, the more alive I feel, It's my default freedom freewill choices in real time fun action…yeehaw!

                      Life is to short, don't waste it on bad life sucking dead end habits…have a great Thanksgiving…Aloha!


                    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

                      Let me know when you get to Idaho gasser, I can steer you to some areas that you could travel 250 miles see humans maybe 5 times.
                      You'll I need a gas can if you're on two wheels. Hahaha

                    • Mack Mack

                      Gasser, Best of luck to you and please keep us posted on your new great adventures!

                    • Obe…NAC is amazing, it cleaves the mucus molecule in 1/2, it liquefies snot. I have really bad allergies and it works, it just works. 1200 milligrams 3 to 4 times daily. Do a google and see what else this amazing amino-acid does, it does a lot.

                    • Gasser Gasser

                      AirSepTech and Mack, Mahalo, I will keep you folks up to date informed to what I see Nuclear wise on the road, I want to get a Geiger counter also to stay rouge Becquerel Plume informed and I wanting to know if I'm riding near Uranium mining zones and radioactive hot tailings areas…Colorado is beautiful but also dangerous in places, Utah, Washington, also just to name a few of the bad boys on the Nuclear block, I can't let that Nuclear shit stop me from off road riding but I can avoid it when I got the right tool to indicate it's there.

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Gasser go for it!

                      You are one of many millions looking for a couple of good years.

                      Time is running out!

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Taffy thanks..feeling better already!

                      Not thinking the radiation is going away anytime soon though.

                    • Hey Gasser…

                      I can relate to what you are saying, done allot of on road and offroading over the course of my life… from bikes and mudder trucks to horses and so on…

                      If you really want to know what's there I suggest a polymaster dosimeter… They are expensive and aren't easy to find lately, but this thing is the size of a old beeper, ya wear it on your belt and it will actually show you what substances are there.

                      There is WAY to much speculation by all these Geiger counter owners out there today…

                      …I've heard everything from ther world is ending to they are blowing the readings up for a conspiracy…

                      A click is just a click and all those devices are different. A polymaster will tell you exactly whats there is it natural or nuclear waste? The polymaster knows, a cheap survey counter doesn't…

                      Check it out, it's a very sound investment if you really want to know instead of guess about these substances.

                      The Polimaster 1703MO-1B Gamma Spectroscopic Dosimeter (Review)


                      Good luck…

                    • Gasser Gasser

                      Hey Hippie Dog, wow super nerd Tom knows his way around Isotopes, he rattled off numbers faster than Rodney Dangerfield tells jokes lol…anyhow I may have to go to College for 10 years to know how to decipher all the information collected from a Polymaster 1703MO-18 Dosimeter, I'll have to watch his video a few more times to get the gist of the gadgets operation modes searching out hot foods and stainless steel utensils made from melted down recycled Nuclear Reactor plumbing, there's a lot of that hot shit out on the market these day's, could be my coffee stirring spoon is laced with Cobalt 60 because it starts boiling when I stir the cream and Honey in…Damnsumpinswong I tink

                    • Yep… That one (polymaster) doesn't guess on a click… Tells ya what isotopes are there.

                      Hard to find but good ones are around…

                      …if you really want to know what you are being exposed too…

                      Don't EVER just guess on a click…

                      As the blind man (that knew he was blind) said.

                      What color is the sky?

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks


                      Feeling better and will throw up a "caution flag" on the use of NAC!

                      Here is a link and the potential for PAH with its use. I did have an episode this morning with a tightening chest and have been taking 500 milligrams 2 times per day 1 in morning and evening.


                      Had to take 320mg of baby aspirin to feel better. Yes it was scary..thinking I was taking to much NAC. I also am taking B12 and I do know my lungs are already compromised from being sick.

                      NAC might work for some people in lower doses. I might take 1 pill sometime tomorrow to see if I get the same like negative results. Not thinking it is working properly for me in the higher doses I was taking.

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      This is very precious too!

                      40,000 cars every 24 hours 1/4 mile down the road…forever.

                      Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)

            • "Bubbling lakes could release huge amounts of methane and trigger a climate catastrophe by accelerating global warming, warn scientists"

              Well this has happened in the past and killed fish and other wildlife like birds and such but these releases are nothing compared to what industry dumps into the atmosphere And I mean nothing in comparison…

              It's a rare event that does happen but this kinda talk is a distraction, not the real problem…

              It does give folks something to talk about and is a great way to avoid the obvious truth concerning noxious gasses in the atmosphere, man made noxious gasses for profit are the problem, not naturally occurring methane.

              A great way to waste air time and column inches so they don't have to offend dig industry with the real facts of global pollution…

              Those stories are a sham and a designed distraction from the truth…

              And if they spend time talking about that very rare natural event, they just won't seem to be able to find the air time or that extra page in the newspaper to report the actual poisons being dumped into the atmosphere by the megaton from big business for profit…

              The true snow job is anyone that would waste a moment on that while the world is slowly (and not so slowly anymore) poisoned to death by profiteers that only care about the bottom line.

              These stories are a way to keep the truth away from the attention of the public…

              And a way to cover up the gross injustices of pollution for…

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Not big on Thanksgiving..
    I don't have the stomach to eat..

    Besieged Syrians Are Eating Trash To Survive
    Children are dying of starvation in the rebel-held region of eastern Ghouta.
    Nov 23 2017


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    EPA Refuses to Ban Neurotoxic Pesticide Found in 87 Percent of Newborns

    November 21, 2017 • 118,338 views

    Story at-a-glance –
    A petition to ban chlorpyrifos on food was filed over a decade ago. In March, Scott Pruitt, head of the EPA, issued an order denying the petition to revoke all tolerances for chlorpyrifos on food.

    Chlorpyrifos is an organophosphate insecticide known to disrupt brain development and cause brain damage, neurological abnormalities, reduced IQ and aggressiveness in children.

    Government-funded studies also show chlorpyrifos poses serious risks to 97 percent of endangered animals in the U.S.

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Why not the North Atlantic lost to climate change as well?
    I wonder where those warm water species are, to take up life in the new warmer waters.

    There is something different gong on in the Pacific.
    It's called..radiation.

    Pacific Islands Could Lose Up to 80 Percent of Region's Fish to Climate Change, Study Says
    Nov 17 2017

    • "There is something different gong on in the Pacific.
      It's called..radiation."

      Yes, agree.

      The Pacific Ocean Is Dying

      A huge amount of radioactive contamination, conservatively equal to 10,000 Hiroshima nuclear bombs, has been released from the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe site. The Fukushima nuclear catastrophe site is still releasing huge amounts atmospheric radioactive contamination, plus thousands of tons of highly radioactive contaminated water is still flowing into the Pacific Ocean every day!

      There are an increasing number of media reports coming in, of Pacific Ocean fish, whales, birds and other sea creatures dying in large numbers. The Fukushima radioactive contamination would be lowering the fertility and weakening the immune systems of any sea life coming in contact with it. As immune systems become weakened, it would be logical to expect viruses and bacteria that would normally be under check, to become more infectious. This radioactive contamination could also potentially stimulate viruses and bacteria to mutate into more infectious strains.


    *Drug Maker Hired Writing Company for Doctors’ Book, (BOOKS) Documents Say.

    Newly disclosed documents show that SmithKline Beecham paid a writing company to develop the outline and text and approved the final book.

    *The Pharmaceutical Industry's Role in U.S. Medical Education Training
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    Students receive gifts such as free meals, textbooks, pocket texts, small trinkets and … pharmaceutical companies

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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    It's getting a little sparse out there..
    Humans speak bravely of famine ..animals silently 'starve in place'.

    The hunt is on – fishing not salmon's only worry
    Endangered orcas compete with seals, sea lions for fish, creating problems for struggling populations
    Nov 21 2017—fishing-not-salmon-s/article_250b8ff6-75cd-544c-8123-d2b90fe4f845.html

  • #Celebrate #Thanksgiving As Annual Day Of #Gratitude, Or As National Day Of #Mourning? #Historical #Meaning of #ThanksgivingDay From Two Very Different Perspectives; #His-Story, #Colonialism And #American #Empire, Or #Her-Story

  • Vitamin C – Anti Radiation, Anti Free Radical, Anti Cancer, Polio, Anti Infection, Anti Bacterial, Anti Viral, Scurvy Prevention; List Of Foods Plus Herbs That Fight Cancer; Wheatgrass, Flax Seed, Dulse, Cilantro, Turmeric, Lemons, Sprouts, More

  • Jebus Jebus

    A noise detected near the last known location of a missing Argentine submarine with 44 crew aboard was consistent with an explosion, the Argentine Navy said Thursday.
    "An anomalous, singular, short, violent and non-nuclear event, consistent with an explosion, was registered," navy spokesman Enrique Balbi told a news conference in Buenos Aires.
    A dozen nations have been searching by air and sea for the ARA San Juan, which was last contacted off the coast of Argentina on November 15.

  • Mack Mack

    Happy Thanksgiving to all. One of the things I'm thankful for is the invaluable ENENews and the great posters who add valuable information.

  • Trump tax plan deserves lots of thanks and praising the 1 percent

    #Trump #TaxPlan Was Created By And #Benefits #Billionaires, #1Percent, Plus Huge #Corporations, Takes Money From #MiddleClass, #Poor, Sacrifices #Medicaid, #Medicare, #SocialSecurity

    Vote is right after Thanksgiving, which is a huge irony all by itself..

    • Jebus Jebus

      Sci-Hub domains inactive following court order

      'Free science'/pirate site operator 'working on solving DNS issue'

      Sci-Hub's stated goal is to make research papers free to access for the betterment of academia – by pirating millions of research papers and news articles from behind publishers' expensive paywalls – but several science journals have taken it to court for breach of copyright.

      Elsevier won a $15m order against the site's operator, Alexandra Elbakyan, in June. And earlier this month, a US judge in the Eastern District Court of Virginia awarded a fine of $4.8m to the American Chemical Society after the judge ruled it had illegally distributed ACS' copyrighted content.

      But isn't science supposed to be…

  • freebywill

    Victory: Concerned Citizens and Environmental Groups Stop Oil Train in Its Tracks

    A coalition of concerned citizens, environmental groups, and health and safety advocates successfully challenged the approval of a massive refinery and rail project that will further harm air quality in the San Joaquin Valley and subject residents in several states to the catastrophic risks of a derailment involving scores of tanker cars filled with explosive Bakken crude oil.

    The Alon Bakersfield Refinery Crude Flexibility Project, approved by the Kern County Board of Supervisors, would have enabled the refinery to unload crude from more than 200 tanker train cars per day, allowing it to import up to 63.1 million barrels of crude oil per year.

    A lawsuit filed by Earthjustice on behalf of the Association of Irritated Residents [ AIR, nice acronym ], Center for Biological Diversity and Sierra Club claimed that Kern County's certification of an environmental impact report (EIR) failed to meet its legal duty to fully assess the project's risks and disclose them to the public.

    The court agreed.

    Bakken crude emits high levels of volatile organic compound emissions that lead to ozone pollution, which in turn causes respiratory illnesses […]

    [ Will this be justification for a pipeline ?
    Why doesn't they build a refinery closer to the extraction location ?
    Is it intended for export ? ]

  • Jebus Jebus

    It's going to be great when corporations regulate the world.

    Japan's latest scandal: Mitsubishi admits faking data

    No more taxes…

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "What The Industry Knew About Sugar's Health Effects, But Didn't Tell Us
    November 21, 20174:29 PM ET
    A new report reveals how the industry influenced research in the 1960s to deflect concerns about the impact of sugar on health — including pulling the plug on a study it funded. Back in the 1960s, the fact that our diets influence the risk of heart disease was still a new idea. And there was a debate about the role of fats and the role of sugar.

    The sugar industry got involved in efforts to influence this debate. "What the sugar industry successively did," argues Stanton Glantz of the University of California, San Francisco, "is they shifted all of the blame onto fats."
    Another 'can't copy' link. It's National Public Radio

    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      So now, after reading about the high fructose corn syrup bunch, and how they rode down on the sugar industry, kind of looks clear.

      We all just end up being losers, unhealthy losers, about 1 in 3 overweight, fat, depressed, opioid addicted losers.

      With so many ways to go, why are we going the wrong way on so many things?

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Oh Boy..isn't freedom of speech wonderful…here I am thinking the 5 trillion dollar heist link would have been enough.

      Personally I am tired of being lied to by all of them…

  • For Obe and others about snot/mucus…

    NAC, an amino-acid cleaves the mucus molecule in 1/2. Mucus builds up throughout the body, it leads to congestion in tissues which become a breading ground for dis-ease. NAC isn't just for a snotty nose, it's for the whole body. To stop the formation of snot take pantothenic acid, it makes cholesterol convert into neurotransmitters instead of mucus. When taken together it will clear your head in 30 to 45 minutes. If you take alpha-lipoic acid with those 2 you do an almost complete detox in a very short time. Do some research with google or other search engines on these 3 things and see how amazing they are. All 3 of them are pretty darn cheap too. Better living through chemistry.

    • Great one Taffycat!!!

      As a side note did you know that raw onion juice also thins mucus?

      Yep just juice half a raw onion once every other day or so and drink it until your congestion subsides, you'll get about 1/2 ounce of juice and shoot it like whisky (another good one for thinning mucus) or make a homemade natural cough surup out of it

      and you can put it in your tomato juice too.

      That's a all natural expectorant (through many natural compounds) used by our ancestors way before pills or chemicals and before anyone really knew what a amino acid was.

      Interesting stuff…

      ..The lost art of healing is a major subject of study for me, Great grandma knew what heals and how to use a particular natural food or herb, after all there were no phones or cars or 911 or ambulances and very few hospitals you could get to back then.

      • Thanks…the thing with lemons and onion and such is the acid, it can burn something horrible and doesn't do much for the insides of you. Be sure when taking amino-acids to take them on an empty stomach. They are really hard to brake-down. Oh and ya, Lipoic acid will make your pee stink but that's the way you know you are being detoxed 🙂

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      Re The Cat, I read somewhere that rubbing lemon on each side of nose will stop snot.

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

    OT: No one will be interested in this. Someone was talking about blood types. I have A2 negative blood–only shared by 1% of the population. But now I know why I can't eat gluten and I can't eat nightshades and I have to be vegan.

  • Jebus Jebus

    I gave thanks yesterday that I am not a sea star.
    I gave thanks that I am not a seal or a whale.
    I gave thanks that I am not a salmon, sardine, sea otter, shrimp or crab.
    I gave thanks that I am not any creature of the sea.
    I did not give thanks that I am a human…

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    Congress' payoffs, list for several years
    "witter was set ablaze last week after the Congressional Office of Compliance released a year-by-year breakdown of harassment settlements and other awards without details. (screenshot below)"
    "Greta Van Susteren Unleashes On Congress ‘It’s A Crime To Hide Personal Lawsuits Paid With Taxpayer Money’ "


    Hepatitis A outbreak among homeless a byproduct of California’s housing crunch

    SAN DIEGO — California's exorbitant housing costs are driving a public-health crisis here, as a developing-world disease is racing through homeless encampments in cities along the coast.


    Tiny Homes Banned in U.S. at Increasing Rate as Govt Criminalizes Sustainable Living

  • freebywill

    Oregon Eyes Killing Sea Lions to Save Steelhead Trout |

    November 22, 2017 KARINA BROWN

    PORTLAND, Ore. (CN) – Fish managers scrambling to gain approval to kill dozens of California sea lions feasting on threatened winter steelhead trout got a bump this week from a study blaming the creatures for taking food from orcas. But some say the effort is a misguided attempt to scapegoat natural predators for the human-caused decline of their prey.

    Winter steelhead – a type of trout that migrate out to sea and back like salmon do – are right now making their way up the Columbia River to spawn in the mountain tributaries where they were born. Historically, tens of thousands turned south and swam up the Willamette, the river that divides Portland.

    But over the last few years, they have faced an unwelcome surprise at Willamette Falls: Dozens of California sea lions camp out below the falls and feast.

    Lone sea lions started showing up at Willamette Falls in the last five years. But last year their numbers jumped to between 40 and 60 animals per day. Each one can eat one to two steelhead per day, […].

    Numbers of returning Willamette winter steelhead have plunged over the last decade, largely due to drought and poor ocean conditions.

    In 1999, about 15,000 winter steelhead passed Willamette Falls. In 2016, scientists […] counted just 512.

  • Jebus Jebus

    No, it's the comorants…

    Judge allows killing of cormorants on Columbia River to continue

    Sep 2, 2016

    Maybe Mother Earth will evolve and weaponize her most intelligent creatures…

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    radiation…it causes metabolic changes that lead to disease and DNA damage.

    "the amount of energy in a lethal dose of ionizing radiation is roughly equal to the amount of thermal energy in a single sip of hot coffee."

    metabolism; "The chemical processes by which cells produce the substances and energy needed to sustain life."

    Note the energy is very very small. Even a single atom of fallout out of trillions of atoms in a cell can cause metabolic changes that lead to genetic damage and a variety of other changes which predispose one to cancer. Arachidonic cascade, shift from oxidative to glycolytic cell metabolism, it messes up the expression of transglutaminase (mmmmmm, meat glue…DOH), changes cellular signaling

  • Jebus Jebus

    Manmade nuclear waste is just another weapon in the carnage of no immediate harm…

  • freebywill

    #BlackFriday Announcement from Privacy Lab

    Visiting Fellows Sean O’Brien and Michael Kwet, November 24, 2017

    Privacy Lab has published details from its research[1] into 25 trackers hidden inside popular Google Play apps such as Uber, Tinder, Skype, Twitter, Spotify, and Snapchat. Publication of this information is in the public interest, as it reveals clandestine surveillance software that is unknown to Android users at the time of app installation. These trackers vary in their features and purpose, but are primarily utilized for targeted advertising, behavioral analytics, and location tracking.

    The 25 trackers are a sample of the 44 identified-to-date by security researchers at Exodus Privacy, a non-profit organization based in France. Their Web-based privacy auditing platform, also named Exodus, analyzes apps available via Google Play. Exodus scans apps for the signatures of known trackers and identifies Android operating system permissions. To coincide with Privacy Lab’s publication, the Exodus organization has made its app auditing platform available to the public at and is releasing the code as Free and Open-Source Software.[2]

    [ details at the link, links to other docs there also ]

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    While the "Orange Man' fleshes out ..this person should never return to the arena..

    Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium Deal
    April 23 2015

    • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

      This should really be under the recent release via Russia.
      But perhaps too political.
      The secrecy of the Russian nuclear program is legendary, Clinton helped with the program.

    • I'm not understanding, maybe you can help me see…I been reading on this adventure and for the life of me do not understand why the Russians bought this up, they cannot ship it anywhere, they can only sell it to us, so why did they buy it? I can kinda understand why we sold it, to get out from under the liability issues and the costs themselves. It saves Americans money I guess but why'd they buy it?

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