Gene-Editing Unintentionally Adds Bovine DNA, Goat DNA, and Bacterial DNA, Mouse Researchers Find

The gene-editing of DNA inside living cells is considered by many to be the preeminent technological breakthrough of the new millennium. Researchers in medicine and agriculture have rapidly adopted it as a technique for discovering cell and organism functions. But its commercial prospects are much more complicated. Continue reading

Veterans Day Story: A Marine, A Stray Dog And Their Healing Wounds After Afghanistan

It is a story about a marine and a stray dog rescuing each other from the wounds of war. The lifelong friendship between Craig and Fred started in 2010 when Craig served as a marine in Afghanistan. Craig still vividly remembered every detail of the first time when he met Fred and he was so grateful to have Fred support, comfort and rescue him in his life journey after Afghanistan. Continue reading

Archaeological discovery in Shiloh matches perfectly with the Bible

Verisimilitude. It’s a big word, one I had to look up when it was used by an archaeologist whose team discovered what appears to be the corner of God’s altar in Shiloh, Israel, a city in the heart of the West Bank. It means, “the appearance of being true or real,” and when applied to this archaeological discovery, it means what they found seems to demonstrate several historical components of the Old Testament are true. Continue reading

FAKE SCIENCE for COPS: Alcohol level breathalyzers based on sham science, shocking investigation discovers

Breathalyzer test results have long been considered a lynch pin of the criminal justice system. About a million people are arrested every year for drunk driving in the United States — but a shocking investigation has revealed that many of these arrests were likely made in vain. As it turns out, breathalyzer testing is based on sham science, and most often, the results they produce are inaccurate. These devices can be found at just about every police station in the United States, and are commonly used during road-side traffic stops. Continue reading

The Damaging Effects of Oxalates on the Human Body

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Not Washing Hands After This Is Worse Than Eating Raw Meat


  • There are a lot of types of Escherichia coli (E. coli) bacteria, ranging from harmless to antibiotic-resistant superbugs; recent tests involve a particularly virulent strain
  • The bacteria, extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing E. coli (ESBL- E. coli), is responsible for 5,000 cases of bacteremia in the U.K. every year, leading researchers to call for prudent use of antibiotics to stem the tide of resistant organisms
  • Exposure to antibiotics may come from prescription medications as well as the meat you consume
  • Handwashing is your first line of defense against infection; use proper techniques before and after handling food, after caring for others and when your hands are visibly dirty

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Kitten Found Outside Alone, Cuddles Family’s Dogs and Won’t Let Go

A days-old kitten was found abandoned outside. A family’s dogs took him in as their own. Continue reading

Musical tinnitus: A case of the song that never ends

A few years ago, Susan Root may have been like everyone else who plays hit songs over and over, getting one stuck in her head every so often. But one day, Root started hearing a childhood favorite that wouldn’t stop looping in her head. Continue reading

Eco-GENOCIDE: 11,000 scientists sign order demanding globalists ELIMINATE billions of humans from planet Earth


For the last five years, we’ve been warning that scientists are using the climate change hoax to pursue a planetary depopulation agenda that aims to eliminate billions of humans from planet Earth. The assertion has been predictably mocked by the CIA-run fake news media as a “conspiracy theory,” even as those same media outlets fabricate their own baseless conspiracies about Russia, Trump and the 2016 election. Continue reading

Painful Words: Tapping on Trauma for Pain Relief with Bobbie

Today I’d like to share a video that was released during one of our previous Tapping World Summits, which got an incredible response. Continue reading

Why Steroids Are Best Avoided


  • Steroids can be administered either topically through a cream or ointment, orally or by injection. Steroids work by inhibiting the production of inflammatory chemicals, thereby reducing symptoms associated with inflammation
  • Three of the most common side effects, even from short term use, are osteoporosis (reduced bone density), cataracts and an increased risk of diabetes. However, more serious effects such as life-threatening sepsis have also been reported
  • In one 2019 study, 8% of patients with osteoarthritis of the hip or knees who received one to three steroid injections ended up worse. Adverse effects were observed in 10% of those with OA in the hip and in 4% of those with OA in the knees
  • In another study, intra-articular corticosteroid injections more than doubled the cartilage volume loss compared to placebo (−0.21 millimeters versus −0.10 mm), while having no impact on knee pain at two-year follow-up
  • When using steroids for an extended period of time, abruptly stopping the drug can trigger adverse and potentially even lethal effects, depending on how long you’ve been taking the medication

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Blue Light Accelerates Aging


  • Exposure to blue light is pervasive as it’s emitted from commonly used LED lighting and all electronic and digital equipment unless software is used to block it. Researchers have found these high energy light waves are responsible for neurodegeneration in organisms that share cellular and developmental mechanisms with animals and humans
  • Past studies have also linked exposure to blue light with damage to the retina and photoreceptor cells, potentially leading to macular degeneration and blindness; damaging blue light also leads to sleep disruption and poor-quality sleep
  • In turn, poor sleep may lead to significant health problems, including high blood pressure, insulin resistance, obesity, heart disease and accelerated heart aging
  • You may have a significant positive effect on your sleep patterns and reduce your potential eye damage by reducing light emitting devices in your bedroom during sleep, replacing LED lighting with incandescent bulbs and employing other strategies

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Poison Found in 95% of Baby Food


  • A national investigation found 95% of baby foods tested contained the heavy metals lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury. Some also contained the rocket fuel component perchlorate
  • Apple and grape juice, oat ring cereal, macaroni and cheese, puff snacks and rice-based foods had the highest levels of heavy metals
  • Heavy metals are developmental neurotoxins that can harm a baby’s developing brain and nervous system
  • Organic food may still contain heavy metals due to the presence of heavy metals in soil
  • There are several ways parents can safeguard their infant’s food, including making their own or using organic or biodynamically-grown vegetables

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