Air pollution levels DROPPING all over the world as coronavirus causes cities and industries to shut down

As major cities all over Europe go into lockdown, levels of air pollution are dropping dramatically. Continue reading

Here’s how to keep yourself clean when caught in a survival situation

When disaster strikes, nobody really knows how events would play out. When everything you’ve come to know turns upside down and you just want to get through the disaster alive, personal hygiene will usually be the last thing on your mind. However, cleanliness shouldn’t be overlooked even in the direst of situations. After all, personal hygiene is imperative to good health. Here’s what you need to know about keeping yourself clean in the wake of a disaster. (h/t to Continue reading

This could be the ‘coronavirus game changer’ – Retracted study from Chinese medical journal warned the killer virus could be airborne

This new story over at the Daily Mail deserves immediate attention this morning because if true, we’re now witnessing a ‘coronavirus game changer’. As the Daily Mail story reported, doctors and scientists in China have been researching how one man there passed on the virus to 9 different people aboard a bus and 13 people in total and as that study concluded, not only can the virus be spread much further than previously believed, it can also ‘linger in the air for up to 30 minutes’. Continue reading

Scientists develop graphene using eucalyptus bark

As one of the thinnest, most flexible and conductive materials known to man, graphene is an important material for technologies such as flexible nanoelectronics and fuel cells. Recently, a team of researchers from Australia and India has figured out how to add “sustainable” and “affordable” to graphene’s list of attributes as well. Continue reading

BREAKING: Trump just changed the trajectory of the coronavirus pandemic… projected deaths by July 4th drops from 1.1 million to 283,000


After weeks of worsening news about the US handling of the coronavirus pandemic, we finally have some good news to report. President Trump reportedly just announced a 30-day travel ban from all European countries (except for the UK), which will halt new incoming infections from Italy, Spain, Germany and France, among other smaller European nations. Continue reading

Pleading for Medical Intelligence

According to the Pentagon, 71 percent of our young adults are ineligible to serve in the U.S. military because they are either too dumb, too fat or have a criminal background. Modern civilization is in decline as we suicide the human race with our diets and the mountain of lies that our leaders foist on us. Continue reading

Siim Land Interviews Dr. Mercola About ‘EMF*D’


  • Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) cause massive mitochondrial dysfunction, thus raising the risk for, and worsening, chronic and degenerative diseases
  • A perfect storm of DNA and cellular protein and membrane destruction is created when you aren’t burning fat for fuel (which creates excess superoxide) and then get exposed to EMFs
  • By creating doubt and controversy, the wireless industry effectively prevents the public from knowing the truth and demanding safer products. Another wireless industry strategy that prevents the problem from becoming public knowledge is the capturing of our federal regulatory agencies
  • Elon Musk’s Starlink project, which is slated to deploy up to 42,000 satellites into orbit around the earth, will blanket the entire planet with 5G internet frequencies. You won’t be able to escape it
  • Based on the studies already done on previous generations of wireless, we know it’s harmful, and 5G is only going to make matters worse, as it will dramatically increase our exposures

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The Hidden Risks of Pesticides


  • Exposure to low doses of atrazine leads to changes in the gut microbiota of wasps, increasing their resistance to pesticides
  • Researchers exposed wasps to atrazine at concentrations of 300 parts per billion, an amount meant to simulate the exposure level that would occur among pollinators visiting a field that was recently sprayed
  • Changes in gut microbiota occurred, Changes in gut microbiota occurred, including not only the herbicide atrazine but also glyphosate — a chemical to which the wasps had not been exposed
  • The microbial changes in the wasps’ guts persisted across successive generations, meaning that the wasps’ offspring were affected even though they weren’t exposed to atrazine
  • Host-microbiome interaction is not part of standard biorisk assessments for pesticides

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Genetically Engineered Food – the Lie That Won’t Die


  • Biotech industry promised genetically engineered foods would reduce pesticide use, increase the nutritional content of food, boost farmers’ profits and feed the world by increasing yields
  • In reality, GM crops have turned glyphosate into one of the most widely and recklessly used herbicides in history and monoculture has led to a loss of biodiversity
  • GM crops have also failed to live up to expected increases in crop yields and, nutritionally, GMOs primarily provide cheap, unhealthy ingredients for ultraprocessed ready meals, prepackaged foods and fast food restaurants
  • More than 40,000 people in the U.S. have filed lawsuits alleging exposure to Roundup is the cause of their cancer. Once a rare cancer, non-Hodgkin lymphoma is now the seventh most common cancer in U.S. men and women
  • The agricultural biotech industry continues to advance with a new suite of genetic engineering technologies known as gene editing, which includes techniques such as CRISPR as well as synthetic biology and gene drives

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Arch across the top of the foot that evolved 3.5 million years ago may be the reason humans can walk and run upright unlike other primates


  • The transverse tarsal arch of the human foot provides almost half its stiffness  
  • It evolved in an ancient human ancestor around 3.5 million years ago 
  • The stiffness allowed hominins to begin walking on two feet opposed to four  
  • Current primates have much flatter feet and can not walk upright like humans   
  • Stiffness from arch across the foot acts as a lever to enable walking and running 

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New York State monitoring 700 people for coronavirus, while NYC is on “high alert” for possible outbreaks

It may not have any COVID-19 cases yet, but New York City, which is home to over 19 million people, is now on high alert for possible outbreaks of the new coronavirus. Continue reading

Solano County, where critically ill woman exposed dozens of hospital workers to the coronavirus, is home to Travis Air Force Base that tried to export infected patients to city near Los Angeles


The California county where a now-critically ill woman exposed dozens of hospital staffers to the coronavirus is also home to Travis Air Force Base, where infected Diamond Princess patients have been housed in a quarantine unit. Continue reading

Why Everything You Learned About Viruses is WRONG

Groundbreaking research indicates that most of what is believed about the purportedly deadly properties of viruses like influenza is, in fact, not evidence-based but myth… Continue reading

Spooky ‘blood snow’ invades Antarctic island

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Billion-year-old green algae is an ancestor of all plants on Earth

Green seaweeds were important players in the ocean, long before their descendants took control on land. Continue reading