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 on: September 15, 2017, 07:11:07 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
This Hospice Hopes to Prove Cannabis Can Make Dying Less Painful

Migraine Cause(s) May Be Immune System Related

Mechanized Underwear Fights Lower Back Pain

Special Corrective Glasses Can Minimize Colourblindess

New Way to Communicate with Vegetative Patients

465K US Pacemaker Patients Need Firmware Patch to Prevent Hacking

Bubbles for Broken Bones

Immune cells may prevent stem cell growth in spinal cord repair

Rotor-propelled microbots could fight deadly cancers inside the body [but herbs are far better: Pau d'Arco, Chaparal, etc]

Phones and drones transforming healthcare

Man Received World’s First 3-D Printed Tibia Replacement

PupilScreen aims to allow parents, coaches, medics to detect concussion, TBIs with a phone

New type of camera that sees through structures inside the human body

New research reveals a way to detoxify soil: infrared lasers

Sea salt around the world is contaminated by plastic

Human skin cells transformed directly into muscle nerve cells

A pacemaker-liked device that hacks the body's neural circuits could alleviate symptoms of diseases

How Sewage Contaminates Our Food Supply

The Harmful Effects of Electromagnetic Fields Explained

Class and Race Profiling in the Vaccine Culture War

Farmers Increase Profits Using Traditional Practices

InPower: A Mass Action of Liability

How Corporations Took Over Our Bodies and Brains

Large-Scale Study Proves High-Fat Diet Promotes Health and Longevity

Factory Farming Contaminates Water in More Ways Than One

Is PetMed Selling Opiates for People, Not Pets?

A CRISPR Future New Form of Eugenics?

Cholesterol Isn't the Problem in Heart Disease; Inflammation Is

Vegetarians Twice as Likely To Be Depressed

 on: September 14, 2017, 09:08:48 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Fontana and Sawyer’s incompetent criticisms of Positive Money on full reserve banking

Takeaways – The Death of Brick and Mortar Retailers?

Why Economists Don’t Know How to Think about Wealth (or Profits)

The tax “reform” Trojan horse. A sneak attack on social benefits

OMG! Another wrong, wrong, wrong message to you about Medicare

Even Maya MacGuineas admits (sort of) debt ceiling is a hoax

Health Care: How our friends hurt us more than our enemies can

The terrible price of denial, such as for hurricane victims

We already have Single Payer health care, for insurance giants

 on: September 13, 2017, 01:16:24 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Book life, homeschooling, and a request

We Make Our Own Fun: Unschooling ~ 3rd Grade

No Homework, No Lesson Plan: Why I’m ‘Unschooling’ My Kids

A Delightful Dr. Seuss Find

The Unschooling Handbook (free download)

How to Get Your Kids to Do Chores: My Top 5 Tips

Homeschooling philosophy

When and How Should My Children Learn to Read? Learning From My Mistakes

Diary of An Unschooling Family, Day 7

 on: September 10, 2017, 06:00:43 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Forensic Architecture may bring justice to State warfare-wrecked homes and environments, and confused land rights

A study points to potential fraud in online voting registration systems

Nosy-ass US spy agencies put hopes on artificial intelligence

China is joining France and Britain in announcing plans to end sales of gasoline and diesel cars

AI will 'most likely cause' WWIII as computers launch first strike

Facial recognition technology being developed to identify people whose faces are covered

Artificial intelligence can accurately guess whether people are gay or straight based on photos

'Star Trek' actor Shatner sends message to Voyager

AG Sessions announces Trump administration is rescinding DACA because it is 'unconstitutional'

Trump declares emergency in Florida, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico ahead of Category 5 Irma

Belligerent Israeli planes illegally strike Syrian positions in Hama province

Trump strikes 'deal' with Dems on Harvey aid and debt limit, over Neocon Ryan’s objections

Hurricane Irma is size of Texas, shows up on earthquake monitors

At least 60 dead, over 200 injured after magnitude-8.1 earthquake rocks Mexico

Equifax executives very innocently sold $1.8 million in stock after breach

Brother of 9/11 victim claims US orchestrated atrocity as new study shows it was impossible that third tower collapsed from fire

Feds Spend $138,000 Asking Four-Year-Olds About Their 'Internal Sense of Gender Identity'

80% of women are competing for the top 20% of rich men

Massive Fraud Found In DACA Applications, And 5,300 Illegal Votes Cast In NH!

Another Person investigating Hillary Clinton found dead!!

How Silicon Valley is erasing your individuality

More High Level Pedophile Busts: New Mexico and Oakland, Ca.

The History of the Khazarian Bankers

"the Dark Files" Montauk Project/MKULTRA Torture of Children for Mind Control

Bound to no stinking party, Trump upends 150 years of two party rule

Sanity on Title IX Betsy DeVos signals that due process will return to campus sexual-assault tribunals

Eric Bolling's 19 yr. old Son DEAD Hours After he is Fired from Fox / Bolling Released Book 'The Swamp' Only Months ago

 on: September 10, 2017, 11:19:29 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Unistellar: the Next Generation of Backyard Telescopes

For Devastated Houston Armies of Drones Prove their Worth

WWII Pigeon Project Led to Modern Touchscreens

John Deere Company Spends $305 Million on Lettuce-Farming Robots

Revolutionizing smartphone use

Engineers develop tools to share power from renewable energy sources during outages

Nissan's new Leaf electric car

Water-based lithium-ion batteries without explosive risks now a reality


Machine-Learning Can Predict Simulated Earthquakes by Listening to Fault Lines

Medium sized [undetectable] black hole 100,000 times bigger than sun discovered near center of Milky Way

Giant sunspot unleashes two more powerful solar flares [Auroras coming south]

Aftershocks following the 23 August, 2012 earthquake near Mineral, Virginia, increased sharply as Hurricane Irene passed by

Bacterial biofilms use bursts of electricity to communicate

NASA Radar Reveals Asteroid Florence Has Two Moons

Fossilized Cosmic Dust in the White Cliffs of Dover

Asteroid Strike and Tsunami May Have Caused Britain’s Floods of 1014

Stellar corpse sheds light on origin of cosmic rays

Two distant hypervelocity stars discovered by Chinese astronomers

Shocking discovery explains powerful novae

The most metal-poor dwarf star-forming galaxy found

'Extreme' telescopes find the second-fastest-spinning pulsar [But do they spin?]

Accretion-powered pulsar reveals unique timing glitch [or sign of not spinning]

Discovery of boron on Mars adds to evidence for habitability

Study of Uranus suggests some of its moons are on a collision course

X-rays reveal temperament of possible planet-hosting stars

Jupiter's aurora presents a powerful mystery

New Horizons spacecraft to view MU69 asteroids in Kuiper Belt beyond Pluto

Minimal Geological Methane Emissions During Younger Dryas

Constructing an Obelisk: How the True Rocks of Eternity Were Made

Does the Dendera Zodiac Represent the Most Ancient Astronomy?

Ancient Metallurgy Likely has More than One Birthplace

Massive Antarctic Volcanic Eruptions Linked to Abrupt Southern Hemisphere Climate Change

New Radiocarbon Dating Technique on Neanderthal

People May Have Lived in Brazil Over 20,000 years ago [way less]

Neolithic Irish Death Rites Included Deconstruction of Bodies

Ancient Settlement and its Ceramics Recreated in Cyprus

Neolithic Mound in Turkey Dates Back 8,600 Years

The Lost Second Sphinx of Giza

Archaeological Find in British Columbia Affirms Heilsuk Nation’s 14,000 year old Oral History [or way less]

Neanderthal Site in Spain: Rich Remains of Human Occupation Over 60,000 years ago

Newark, UK, Housing Construction Unearths Neolithic Finds From 4,000 BC

Mystery of What Was Killing Ancient Parchments Solved

Mind-Boggling Mysteries of the Great Pyramid

Unexpected Finds Boost Mystery at Bolivia’s Tiahuanaco Citadel

Ancient Egyptian Goldsmith’s Tomb Discovered in Luxor

Archaeologists Shed Light on Alaska’s Tlingit Culture 10,000 Years Before Europeans

 on: September 09, 2017, 01:25:41 pm 
Started by rippld - Last post by rippld
Hello, this is my first post on this forum, my girlfriend and I are currently saving money in order to move up to New Hampshire and start a small farm by 2021. Are there any local groups for us to get our farm's name out once we are moved? Also we are planning a trip to New Hampshire next summer, any suggestions for must-see sights? Any information will help, thanks.

 on: September 08, 2017, 05:03:03 pm 
Started by Retiree - Last post by JasonPSorens
I know a lot of people who've been elected to local offices: school board, budget committee, select board, etc. Frequently these positions are uncontested, and town leadership is grateful for anyone willing to help. The Free Stater who died recently, Robert Leustek, was on the select board and highly regarded in town:

 on: September 07, 2017, 05:15:45 am 
Started by Retiree - Last post by Retiree
So obviously the New Hampshire house is the third largest legislative body in the English speaking world. As such the races are likely not too complex. However, if the state legislature is so informal, what about the traditionally low salience races like school board or county recorder, how do those types of things work in New Hampshire?

Granted part of my query is slothful as I could look much of this up, but I am curious how "free staters" have faired in these types of endeavors from a practical standpoint.

 on: September 07, 2017, 05:12:24 am 
Started by QBcrusher - Last post by Retiree
one of them is a prison guard . . . [and] had trouble hitting the paper.

Shocking shocking! I once saw the LA sheriffs cadets shoot, the safest place on that range was right in front of the targets.

 on: September 06, 2017, 11:43:10 pm 
Started by bigqueue - Last post by bigqueue
I have an idea, and I have been networking to various folks in the community and to others at various MAKERSPACES, but I am trying to find someone, hopefully in NH who has first hand experience starting, or being a early member of a newly created MAKERSPACE. I guess I am looking to find a sort of "advisor", or trusted experienced type who I might be able to discuss ideas with, and bounce concepts off.

The location for this adventure is the Mount Washington Valley, but I think the person can actually be anywhere as we can connect by voice, skype and/or email.

I am not sure I "expect" to find someone here, but then what is the harm in asking as you just never know.


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