(NaturalNews) Lawmakers in North Carolina who introduced a bill similar to California's SB 277 have decided to scrap it in response to widespread public opposition, new reports indicate. Senate Bill 346, which would have eliminated North Carolina's religious exemption for mandatory... [...]
(NaturalNews) The growing popularity of open-source, three-dimensional (3-D) printing technology is now taking shape as a national franchise operation, with the UPS Store leading the charge on this pioneering technology. The all-in-one packing, shipping, and small business solutions... [...]
By Joshua Krause
Ever since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, the US has had millions of manufacturing jobs outsourced to the growing nation. But what most Americans don’t realize... [...]
In today’s world of constant photo taking, more and more awesome images are being captured. The best ones are the ones taken at the right moment to capture something awesome or hilarious. These coincidences can create beautiful illusions that’ll make you look twice.
Have a look at these awesome, perfectly timed photos:
The post 23 Perfectly Timed Photos That Will Make You Look Twice appeared first on Higher Perspective. [...]
By Richard Wilcox, PhD
“The first thing you need to know about Goldman Sachs is that it's everywhere. The world's most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of... [...]
The Marana Police Department in Arizona has released an audio clip which features an unexpected extra. The clip, which was posted up on the department... [...]
Who would ever believe that just sitting in the same spot for hours on extended road trips or long flights could be so dangerous? What is now a not-so-well-known fact is that blood clots that can, and do, occur more often than most would believe during road trips.
“Extended travel time is a risk factor for developing a DVT (deep vein thrombosis,) a blood clot that develops in a large vein, usually the leg. The real danger from a DVT is the potential for it to travel to the lungs, resultin [...]
Researchers from South Korea and the US have created a robot that is capable of walking on water. The tiny robot works in much the same way as its rea... [...]
What would you do if you found out that the extract from a single fruit could keep the rogue cells of 12 different types of cancer in check?
Mainstream media reports that the fruit known as graviola, also known as soursop fruit, guanabana, or guyabano, but there are studies showing it effectively fights ovarian, colon, breast, prostate, lung, liver, cervical, lymphoma, and pancreatic cancers.
For pancreatic cancer, graviola was shown to be effective at “inhibiting tumorigenicity,” as well [...]
(NaturalNews) Yesterday we learned that the CDC deliberately destroyed evidence linking vaccines to autism in black children. This outrageous example of scientific fraud also has the curious effect of disproportionately harming black babies more than white babies. To the CDC, it seems... [...]
Alzheimer’s disease is seen as an irreversible, progressive brain disorder caused by plaques and “tangles” in the brain, along with the loss of connections between neurons in the brain. The disease is feared by aging adults the world over.
Though while it’s seen as irreversible (even though a connection between coconut oil and Alzheimer’s reversal is strong), there are certainly agreed-upon ways to at least prevent this unfortunate disease.
Rest assured, research has shed li [...]
A couple weeks ago, my five year old niece asked me what Karma is. I told her that life is like a box. When you do something good, you put a good thing in the box. When you do something bad, you put a bad thing in the box. The same goes for neutral things. Karma is the force of the universe that deals you things from the box. So the more good things you put in the box, the more likely it is karma will deal you something good out of the box.
It’s a sensible explanation for a young girl, bu [...]
By Jon Rappoport
“Government science exists because it is a fine weapon to use, in order to force an agenda of control over the population. We aren’t talking about knowledge here. Knowledge is... [...]
By Cassius Methyl
Public attention recently turned to an organic garden in Atlanta that is designed to feed displaced people healthy food and establish a routine exercise in self-sufficiency—a... [...]
Astronomers have discovered a planet that has been described as a 'potential gold mine of science data'. Hot on the heels of last month's discovery of... [...]
(NaturalNews) A new study has once again proven that the uniquely American principle of less government leads to more prosperity.As noted by USA Today, an examination of all 50 states' economic health by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University has found that there is a... [...]
Talk about instant karma… A Texas man was airlifted to a nearby hospital around 3 a.m. local time thursday morning after being struck by his own bullet.
Cass County Sheriff Larry Rowe said the man went outside his house in Marietta, spotted the armadillo on his property and began taking shots at it.
“His wife was in the house. He went outside and took his .38 revolver and shot three times at the armadillo,” Rowe said.
The man fired three times, of which at least on was deflecte [...]
(NaturalNews) In the New York Times on April 17th, Sabrina Tavernise wrote a piece about teenagers picking up e-cigarettes (electronic cigarettes) and speaking of them as something they consider "edgy and exciting." One teenager interviewed said he liked the "smoke tricks" his friends... [...]
Researchers have revealed that we may only learn of an approaching solar storm twelve hours in advance. The last time a coronal mass ejection from the... [...]
By Rosanne Lindsay ND
In June, California became the first state to mandate vaccination for all children attending public and private schools. Similar mandates will apply to all adults working in... [...]
(NaturalNews) Most people who live in large urban areas tend to be more liberal in their viewpoints. In addition, these larger, urban center are more likely (due to their sheer population numbers) to be users of mind-altering drugs pushed on them by Big Pharma that, according to a... [...]
Study attempts to analyze those who question the official narrative. [...]
We meet down-to-earth demon-battling Medium June Lundgren in Oregon... [...]
(NaturalNews) A series of shocking new reports reveal that 45,000 acres of California crops are being irrigated with recycled fracking water, with some samples showing levels of petrochemicals higher than those found at oil spill sites.Even more shocking, the practice of using... [...]
Discovery's Destination America network will be broadcasting an exorcism live on television this year. The program, which will be called 'Exorcism: Li... [...]
If running sounds like little more than a prescription for sweat and pain, maybe this will improve your outlook a bit: you don’t necessarily have to run long distances or for long periods of time to reap the benefits of speedily putting one foot front of the other.
In 2014, researchers from Iowa State University, the University of South Carolina, the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, La., and other institutions took a look at the records of some 55,137 healthy men and women [...]
This week on the New World Next Week: Israelis arrested in JPMorgan hacking case as gov tries to implicate Russia; royal Nazi past comes out in leaked video; and the Greeks circumvent the euro with barter. [...]
(NaturalNews) The value of hard work isn't necessarily learned in the classroom; it's learned on the land. Or at least that's what many employers are saying these days about the quality of their workers - employees who grew up in rural areas on farms tend to be more engaged and have... [...]