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Chemical Reality: The Nastiest of the Nasty

In the first part of this series, I concentrated on describing the two main definitions of food that most people use to guide their eating habits. I also began laying down the ground for a detailed description of pesky ingredients that are present in our ‘food’ even though they are not supposed to be there. As explained in the first article, food is understood either as “something that nourishes, ...Read full article...

The Magic of Climate Change ‘science’

Visual aid is one of the best instruments to illustrate anything. Pictures, images and graphics are a few of many tools to show an audience information that otherwise can be complicated to understand. But beware, because not all images, pictures and especially graphics are created the same way. Too much information in a graphic whose intent is to simplify a complex issue may turn into a dead end. In ...Read full article...

Chemical Reality: What you Eat is not what you Need

The following is the first part in a series of articles that will focus attention on the food industry’s success in making people believe that processed and packaged products can pass as food. In this article, I will attempt to bring attention to the definitions of food we know and start unmasking the pesky ingredients that are present in our ‘food’ even though they don’t qualify as such. First, ...Read full article...

Antibiotic Resistant Bugs become a Serious Threat to Humans

It was a forecast for the future, but it has become reality sooner than expected. Antibiotics are no longer a tool to fight infection. The World Health Organization (WHO ), which has done nothing to prevent what is now imminent, warns that there is a growing number of antibiotic resistant bugs that are spreading infection all over the world. The WHO warns that these infections can now “affect anyone ...Read full article...

Antidepressants appear to increase risk of self-harm in children

When used in high amounts, antidepressants may drive children and young adults to commit suicide — study MedicalXpress.com April 29, 2014 Children and young adults who start antidepressant therapy at high doses, rather than the “modal” prescribed doses, appear to be at greater risk for suicidal behavior during the first 90 days of treatment. A previous meta-analysis by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of ...Read full article...

Schizophrenia and Autism are the Effects of Vaccine Stimulation in unborn Children

Dr. Russell Blaylock, MD is one of the most knowledgeable neurosurgeons in the world and he is also one of the most outspoken ones when it comes to explaining the dangers that vaccines pose to children, women and everyone else. Dr. Blaylock has made it his mission, purposely or not, to warn people about the damage that vaccines cause on children’s brains and how such damage affects neurological development. ...Read full article...

Herd Immunity: Myth or Reality?

Even though endemic outbreaks of common childhood diseases, such as measles, have been eliminated in some regions after prolonged mass-vaccination efforts, we are still being constantly reminded that reducing vaccination coverage of children in a community poses the risk of a reimported disease outbreak with potentially dire consequences to infants and immuno-compromised individuals.  We are also being persuaded that implementing strict vaccination compliance will prevent an outbreak and protect ...Read full article...

Environmental Alarmist calls for arresting AGW skeptics

The Earth experienced no warming in the last 17 years and 6 months. The scientist behind the Gaia theory, James Loveluck already said that environmentalism has become a religion with scientists and alarmists not giving enough attention to the facts. The facts indeed contradict what the UN and its IPCC, led by climate alarmist Rajendra Pachauri, say is a call for urgent action. A report released today warns that ...Read full article...

Vaccine-Induced Tissue Scurvy Globally Misdiagnosed as Child Abuse

The father of the child in our published photo was jailed for life for child abuse. Many of you looking at the terrible injuries on this small child will immediately assume, as did the doctors who examined him, that he was viciously attacked and it was right to jail his father. However, what if I told you that it was later proven that this child had in fact been ...Read full article...

Intelligence Quotient depends on the thickness of Cerebral Cortex

New research is a paradigm shift in the study of cognitive abilities The intelligence quotient (IQ) of a person is correlated with the thickness of the cerebral cortex, concluded a new investigation which was conducted at the University Pompeu Fabra (UPF). As explained by the researcher at the Language Acquisition and Perception office of the Department of Information Technology and Communications (DTIC ) at UPF, Miguel Burgaleta, the cerebral cortex is a thin layer ...Read full article...

Studies: Unvaccinated Children Far Healthier than those who are Vaccinated

A study from the 1990s has come to light, proving that compared to unvaccinated children, vaccinated children were more likely to suffer from asthma, eczema, ear infections, hyperactivity and many other chronic conditions. the study identified that there was a ten-fold increase in the incidence of tonsillitis in the children who were vaccinated, and a total lack tonsillectomy operations among the children who were unvaccinated. In 1992, the Immunization ...Read full article...

Prescription Psychotropic Drugs Cause Brain Injury

By Charles Gant and Greg Lewis American Thinker February 25, 2014 Psychotropic drugs have been used for the purpose of suppressing fear and enabling murderous rage for a long time. In Dispatches, his extraordinary book about the war in Vietnam, Michael Herr passes this along about the use of drugs by American soldiers: Going out at night the medics gave you pills. . . . I knew one 4th ...Read full article...

Garlic counteracts virulent bacteria

Garlic contains a substance that is particularly effective in encounters with even the hardiest bacterial strains. A young researcher at the University of Copenhagen will soon be defending his PhD thesis on the positive properties of the malodorous plant. Aggressive multi-resistant infections constitute an increasing health problem all over the world. Bacteria are developing resistance at an alarming pace, so new pharmaceuticals that can combat this threat are in ...Read full article...

Breast Cancer related to Consumption of Dairy Products

By Prof. Jane Plant, PhD, CBE I had no alternative but to die or to try to find a cure for myself. I am a scientist – surely there was a rational explanation for this cruel illness that affects one in 12 women in the UK? I had suffered the loss of one breast, and undergone radiotherapy. I was now receiving painful chemotherapy, and had been seen by some ...Read full article...

Memory Cannot be Trusted to Recall Past Events

A study determined that new versions of events cause emotions that modify what we remember. Human memory has an editor that does not rest: every time we revisit an experience from the past, we add fragments of the present. “We change the film,” has concluded a study published Wednesday in the Journal of Neuroscience. New versions of the events edited by our memory cause new emotions that modify what ...Read full article...