Amazon and Apple will be our doctors in the future, says tech guru Peter Diamandis

“Healthcare is the biggest business in the world, and it is phenomenally broken,” says Peter Diamandis, cofounder of the X-Prize, Singularity University, and Health Longevity Inc. “So, do I think Apple and Google and Amazon can do a better job? A thousandfold.” Continue reading

Thousands of Government UFO Reports Now Available at Canadian University

The skies of northern Canada are home to plenty of mysterious phenomena (just ask our good buddy “Steve”), including no shortage of alleged UFO sightings. Now, truth seekers at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg may have a busy winter ahead of them, thanks to a recent donation of more than 30,000 UFO-related documents to the school’s archives. Continue reading

The 10 most alarming surveillance developments in 2019 that threaten human freedom

With each passing year, human freedom is challenged in new ways. In 2019, surveillance tactics became more aggressive, more invasive, and more manipulative, and were often used by authorities to quash human rights, exploit personal privacy, and take children away from their parents. The following list includes ten of the most alarming surveillance developments reported by NaturalNews in 2019: Continue reading

Best Ways to Wash Veggies and Fruit

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  • Pesticides applied to fruits and vegetables in the U.S., as well as in other countries, pose a serious health hazard for people buying such plant-based foods
  • Studies show pesticides can cause brain damage, impair your nervous system, disrupt your hormones and even cause cancer — and it’s worse for children
  • Washing fruits and veggies by rubbing them while holding them under running water helps rid them of contaminants from the soil, handling and pesticides, but a vinegar solution is also helpful
  • Phenoxy herbicides, as well as several insecticides, have been linked to three types of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) and developmental and reproductive problems, and glyphosates can damage multiple areas of your body

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Brighteon explodes in popularity as users flee YouTube in droves due to insane censorship

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Similarly, YouTube also now bans insults against politicians, since politicians are the new protected class who cannot be subjected to mockery of any kind, according to YouTube’s tyrant-in-chief Susan Wojcicki. Continue reading

Witnessing the Vaccine Injury Epidemic

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  • On November 14, 1986, President Reagan reluctantly signed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act into law over the objections of drug company executives and federal agency officials; For the first time, the U.S. government admitted that vaccines can cause severe reactions: reactions like brain inflammation, permanent brain damage, paralysis and death
  • In the early 1990s, Congress added more amendments to weaken vaccine. By the end of 1987, Congress had quietly amended the law and handed doctors a liability shield from vaccine injury lawsuits.  safety provisions
  • The final betrayal came in 2011, when the U.S. Supreme Court granted the request by Big Pharma, medical trade and government and effectively shielded drug companies from all legal accountability for harm vaccines do to children
  • About 35,000 bad health outcomes after vaccination, including injuries and deaths, are reported to the government every year. That number is less than 1% of the total because doctors are not penalized for failing to report
  • Today, children and young adults part of the highest vaccinated population in American history are sicker than ever, crippled by chronic disease and disability marked by chronic inflammation in the brain and body

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How humans learnt to dance: Scientists claim the chimpanzee ‘conga’ sheds light on how early humans learnt to respond to rhythm and move together in sync

  • Psychologists have studied chimpanzees to examine the evolution of dance
  • Researchers found that two chimps perform a duo-dance similar to a conga
  • The two chimpanzees were able to synchronise the movement of their bodies
  • Experts from the University of Warwick say this opens clues about early dance 

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Enormous Craters Blasted in Seafloor by Nuclear Bombs Mapped for the First Time

Today, all seems quiet in the remote Bikini Atoll, a chain of coral reef islands in the central Pacific. But more than 70 years ago, this region’s seafloor was rocked by powerful atomic bombs detonated by the U.S. Army. Continue reading

Graves Disease, an ‘Incurable’ Thyroid Disorder, Cured Through Lifestyle Changes

From incurable to a cure for an autoimmune disease known as Graves’ disease — why not make lifestyle changes today that can improve your life and vitality? Continue reading

Texas town declares itself a “sanctuary city for the unborn” with new ordinance

The town of Westbrook, Texas, has become the state’s seventh “sanctuary city for the unborn” with the passage of an initiative that is aimed at deterring abortion clinics from opening there. Continue reading

The top 10 most astonishing science and medicine discoveries of 2019

Humans have been thrilled and astounded by scientific and medical discoveries for centuries. And, despite the astonishing number of discoveries made down through the years, there is somehow always more to learn Continue reading

Why Do We Hiccup?

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The First Evidence of ‘Head Cones’ Found in 3,300-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb

Ancient Egyptians have long been depicted wearing so-called head cones, but until now, archaeologists had no physical evidence of their existence. Now, two such head cones, made of wax, have been discovered on the skulls of two individuals buried about 3,300 years ago at the site of Amarna in Egypt. Continue reading

Meet the face of digital tyranny: Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube and destroyer of human rights

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During a recent interview with 60 Minutes‘ Lesley Stahl, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki made a public confession about how her company currently pays about 10,000 people to police and remove “controversial content” from YouTube, meaning content that the Big Tech deep state has deemed unacceptable for public viewing. Continue reading