(NaturalNews) An independent food science researcher with a privately-owned atomic spectroscopy laboratory has discovered a dietary formula proven to capture radioactive cesium isotopes in food and water. The formula, called "Cesium Eliminator, Formula 137" has widespread applications... [...]
Collapse of international criminal banking cartel right around the corner. [...]
(NaturalNews) What if there was a kitchen appliance that could provide you with instant, balanced meals throughout the day, customized to your own specific dietary needs? Food conglomerate Nestle claims to be developing one that will literally replicate foods in real time with the... [...]
The state of diarrhea-preventing goat milk, flu-resistant poultry, and cleaner pigs. [...]
A measure that would keep federal enforcement efforts from interfering in state medical marijuana laws recently passed the U.S. House of Representatives. It was a surprising passage, particularly because of the GOP majority. Now, it goes before the Democrat-controlled Senate before heading to the President’s desk. If passed, the law would allow state officials and patients to breathe a little easier about their medical marijuana programs.
Currently, medical marijuana laws across the U.S. are a [...]
For the first time in 15 years, the entire state of California is suffering a water shortage. Across the state, conditions range from “abnormally dry” to “exceptional drought”, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. Such earth-cracking conditions aren’t only affecting those who live and work in the Golden State, however, they will ultimately affect any of us who depend on California’s vibrant agricultural industry.
Timothy Richards, professor of the W.P. Carey School of Business at A [...]
by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:
The news from the Ukraine tonight continues to defy reality with this Reuters story from May 14th and the events since the election yesterday:
Ukraine holds talks to end crisis, rebels not invited
Really? Does anyone involved in the talks sponsored by the SorosECBFedBoE pro-multinationalist corporatist movement would invite a bunch of Russian soldiers to discuss the future of uh, well, Russian people in the Eastern Ukraine? The problem they seek to address is not the c [...]
from WallStForMainSt: [...]
Most National Football League players live with injury. They deal with constant pain from the sport they play at a level most of us can’t relate to as mere spectators of the sport. They also often turn to addictive, and damaging pharmaceutical pain killers in order to deal with injuries, and even sometimes to play – injured. But there is an arguably safer, though more controversial option for pain relief – marijuana.
Marijuana has been shown time and time again to help individuals over [...]
The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) spreading slowly throughout nations in the middle East such as Saudi Arabia has health agencies worried as the virus continues to hop around without a ‘cure’. There are now a total of 414 confirmed cases of MERS in Saudi Arabia, with 115 deaths. What’s more, the first case of deadly MERS has been confirmed in the United States.
A healthcare worker traveling from Saudi Arabia, to London, then back to the U.S. on April 24th landed in Ch [...]
Kurt Nimmo | Response to ineptness of junta and failure of its eastern operation to prevent secession. [...]
The Week | All it would take is five gene mutations.. to potentially create havoc on a global scale. [...]
Marijuana policies that seek to criminalize casual smokers and imprison medical consumers are falling like slow-moving dominoes across the country. And while no one state has yet taken the major move towards legalization like Washington and Colorado, several are taking baby steps in that direction. For Maryland and New Hampshire, the next baby-step is in decriminalizing possession.
Decriminalization, contrary to what many people would like to believe, is not the same as legalization. Decriminali [...]
by Michael Lombardi, Profit Confidential:
In the early days of the 2008 financial crisis, the Federal Reserve said, “Job losses, declining equity and housing wealth and tight credit conditions have weighed on consumer sentiment and spending. Weaker sales prospects and difficulties in obtaining credit have led businesses to cut back on inventories and fixed investment.” (Source: Federal Reserve, March 18, 2008.) As a result of this, the central bank came up with the idea of printing paper m [...]
Zero Hedge | One could see this one coming from a mile away. [...]
By J. D. Heyes