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 on: June 17, 2018, 05:55:57 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Why Mexican Immigration WILL END the United States

Russia's military is building own giant internet cloud

Guatemala warns of falling ash from Fuego volcano which is now covering half the country endangering crucial agricultural areas

9 Things That COULD Happen if Trump Builds "The Wall"!

Beautiful Blonde says leftist cities becoming hell holes and what are solutions?

Feminists Secretly WANT Patriarchy

Research finds tipping point for large-scale social change

Why 50,000 ships are so vulnerable to cyberattacks

US intelligence developing human DNA-like models to hoard your personal data

Researchers have created an AI that can predict what humans will do in the future

Plan to split California into 3 states eligible for November ballot

Russia should be back in G7

College Kids Pledge to Remove Testicles If Trump Builds Wall

Netflix bans workers from looking at each other for more than five seconds and asking for phone numbers in new harassment policy

U.S. Steel to restart another furnace at Granite City Works, bring back 300 workers

Terrorist White Helmets: Washington resumes funding for major 'regime change' tool in Syria

Cornell considering 'enhanced' punishments for 'bias' incidents

Woman shouting 'Allahu akbar' injures two with blade in France

Social Media service Gab refuses to comply with banning a user when requested by the UK authorities

Judge Who Jailed Manafort Also Cleared Hillary Clinton In Benghazi Case

Democratic Rep. Admits The Child Migrant Crisis 'Was Kept Very Quiet Under The Obama Administration'

Sweden: qur'an school teaches children to say, "You are not muslim, why should I listen to you?"

Taxi of Peace plows into crowd in Moscow

Memes 'will be banned' under new EU copyright law, warn campaigners

Democrat Who Destroyed AR-15 Loses Congressional Primary

71% Of Liberals Don't Want Peace With North Korea Because President Trump Would Gain Popularity

A California judge has refused to throw out a lawsuit that accuses Twitter of violating the free speech rights of a leading white nationalist

A truly great article about the current state of leftist politics in Great Britain

BLM Agents Open Fire on Innocent Couple, Shoot Woman Because ATV Drove Near Restricted Area

Somali Gang Drives by Maine Park and Shoots Park-Goers with Pellet Guns - Then Beats a Young Father to Death

Less than one in 20 street robberies and burglaries are being solved in the Islamic Dictatorship of England

World Press Starts To Recognize Importance of Tommy Robinson Case

New Migrant Crisis Threatens to Bring Down Merkel in 48 Hours

NASA glaciologist Jay Zwally puts the hammer down: 'Antarctica is gaining ice'

The Inventor of a Water-Powered Car That Died In A Restaurant Yelling They Poisoned Me

Three Would-Be Grocery Store Robbers Picked On The Wrong Couple, Get Bullet Holes For Their Trouble

GOP wants Trump in 2020, more popular than 0bama, JFK, Reagan

Ocean's 8 Actresses Are Blaming White Men For Bad Reviews

British spy inside al Qaeda says his cover was blown by a leak to reporters that likely emanated from Vice President Dick Cheney's office

Witnesses and Prosecutors with FBI/DOJ threatened by Clinton Attorneys

 on: June 17, 2018, 12:36:38 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Vermont start-up's small packets a big deal for energy industry

Large-scale and sustainable 3-D printing with the most ubiquitous natural material

Startup uses artificial intelligence to analyze vehicle driver behavior

New aircraft-scheduling models may ease air travel frustrations

Orange peels may hold secret to safer bridges

AI senses people's pose through walls

Solar cells combining silicon with perovskite have achieved record efficiency of 25.2 percent

Now, you can 3-D print clay, cookie dough – or solid rocket fuel

Cobalt-free batteries

Could studying swarm behaviors teach us how to help drones fly safely?

Magnetic 3-D-printed structures crawl, roll, and jump

Engineers configure RFID tags to work as sensors

Amazing Homemade Inventions

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Croquet Set; Ladder Toss Game; Backyard Bocce Set; Cornhole Set; Slammo Game Set

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Klymit Static V2 Sleeping Pad; The North Face Venture Jacket; Stanley Mountain Food-System; Big Agnes Down Mummy Sleeping Bag; Kelty Coyote 65 Hiking Backpack

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Archaeologists find ancient rock art in Egypt

What happens when researchers make mistakes

What caused the rapid de-glaciation?

Cosmic history comes into question after new giant stars discovery

Asteroid LV3 will be 35th asteroid this year to flyby Earth at 1 lunar distance

Volcanic eruptions can lead to 'mass extinction' of life on Earth as it saps oxygen from oceans

Oceans' magnetic field mapped in stunning detail by Swarm satellite group

West Antarctic ice sheet made a 'surprising comeback' 10,000 years ago - And it's been growing ever since

Astronomers suggest nanodiamonds are responsible for the microwave light emanating from distant stars

Huge, possibly planet-wide dust storm affecting Mars

Astronauts' movement increased subsurface temperatures on the moon

The sun changes size according to its level of activity

The shape code: Even more information found in DNA

Discovery: New type of photosynthesis

What happened when a scientist filed a public records request for NASA code? Two years of stonewalling

Dangerous, golden 'Pele's hair' spun by Kilauea volcano & raining gemstones

Exploring the dusty prehistory of the solar system

New GAIA data reveals mergers in Milky Way

The most distant radio galaxy discovered

Dust clouds can explain puzzling features of active galactic nuclei

Exploring planetary plasma environments from your laptop

‘Shocking’ die-off of Africa’s oldest baobabs

New research unveils true origin of ancient turquoise

Archaeologists excavate a prehistoric settlement in Northern Scotland


Indicator of YD Impact event in southwestern France

What if the impact was severe enough that more than one civilization was wiped out?

In the Voluspa we are told of how the world will end

 on: June 16, 2018, 11:12:41 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Herbs vs. Pharmaceutical Drugs
_Myth: Many of those who precribe herbs are not medical doctors and do not know how the herbs can affect the body.
_JS: ROTFLMAO!!!! [That's a Big Joke.] Most doctors don't have a clue how the drugs they prescribe affect the body!!!! I could give you all sorts of examples such as the ER doctor that ordered a potassium IV on a patient with hyperkalemia (excessive potassium). Or the idiot doctor that prescribed a sleeping pill for a friend of mine. He hallucinated on the pill, a well known side effect of these drugs. So he was given a different type of sleeping pill and again he hallucinated. Yet the doctor did not know that one these drugs cause hallucinations, and tow that even the drug companies admit these drugs do not work. Since the fool did not know that a common side effect of these drugs was hallucinations the doctor instead determined that my friend had developed Alzheimer's over night, which by the way anyone knowing medicine would know is impossible. Now that he is off the drugs he is fine. My grandfather was killed by the repetitive use of the blood thinner heparin because the moronic doctors did not know that repetitive heparin therapy causes blood clots (white thrombus syndrome). They also don't seem to be aware of the facts that the osteoporosis bisphonate drugs actually increase the risk of fractures and can also cause a permanent burning pain. Or that the statin drugs used to treat high cholesterol actually cause heart failure. Or that antidepressants can cause suicidal depression, which I have also seen cases of personally in several adults. They only admit to this side effect in children and adolescents. Or that Coumadin (Warfarin) frequently prescribed to prevent strokes actually causes strokes. … I can go on all day long with examples of this. Doctors learn how to cover up symptoms by prescribing drugs. Most of their knowledge of these drugs comes from the sales reps who are not going to emphasize the failures or dangers of these drugs.

_Myth: One major problem is that herbs have not been studied properly and have been tested to assess the effects and/or problems they may cause. unfortunately we are the guinea pigs.
_JS: This is another very persistent MYTH I frequently hear. If we change the word "herbs" to "pharmaceutical drugs" then you will be spot on. Do you know how badly manipulated the studies of pharmaceutical drugs are? As an example it was reported in JAMA by several doctors that the drug companies were testing chemotherapy drugs for effectiveness. If a person died or did not respond though the person was dropped from the final results so the drug would appear to be effective. This is actually a common practice for all drugs. As an example of this though NOVA did a program on the development of the angiogenesis inhibitor Endostatin. They followed two men undergoing the drug trial for their cancers. The first man died during the trial so you know he was dropped from the study results. And this is evidenced by the second man who at the end of the program we were told was dropped from the study because "his tumor grew beyond the parameters of the study". In other words the drug failed to even slow the growth so they dropped him from the study before he died from the tumor. Again this kind of manipulation is VERY COMMON in drug testing. Misinterpretation of finding is another common manipulation tactic to make dangerous and worthless drugs appear safe and effective. Again the bisphonate drugs are a great example. To make the drugs appear effective the drug companies only tested bone density in on one part of the body. Anyone knowing how bones develop would know exactly why this is manipulative. But the bottom line is that th drug companies told the public that the drugs worked because of increased bone hardness. Problem is that hardness and strength are two separate issues, which is why the bisphonate drugs have been found to increase the risk of bone fracturing. To make matters worse they don't tell the public that it can take up to 10 years to get these drugs back out of the body. This is why they now have the monthly pill or the yearly shot. They did not tweak the drug to make its effects last longer, it has always been the same dangerous drug.
_Another big problem with drug studies is that the drug companies test the drugs on animals other than humans. You will notice that sometimes they use a particular species or sex of rat, or a pig, monkey, dog......... What they are doing it choosing the animal that is most likely to respond positively to their drug. This is because different animals will respond differently to drugs. Humans can eat chocolate and grapes, but these can kill a dog. Sheep can tolerate arsenic levels that would kill a human. Humans take aspirin all the time, but it can kill a cat..............
_Most of our knowledge of herbs though has come from non-manipulated human use. For example Chinese medicine is the oldest medical system in the world. All herbs were tested on thousands of prisoners prior to giving anything to the Emperor. Since there was no financial incentive behind the testing as there is with pharmaceuticals the testing was not manipulated or misinterpreted to make the drugs appear effective. The same applies to the use of herbs by the Native Americans, South American tribes, in Ayurvedic medicine, etc. So our knowledge of herbs comes from real life HUMAN experience, not manipulated and misinterpreted animal testing commonly used to make pharmaceutical drugs appear safe and effective.

_AA: Most natural specialists are doubting that the ashwagandha caused my thyrotoxicosis. Hell, it says that it caused thyrotoxicosis in lab rats.
_JS: We are not rats. See above.

_AA: And the report of it happening with a Dutch woman is all over the internet.
_JS: One case? And it is assumed that the ashwagandha was responsible? Do you even have a clue how often herbs are blamed for things that they are not really to blame for? Ephedra was blamed for over 40 deaths when there was really only one and that was an overdose. All the other deaths were from PHARMACEUTICAL ephedrine HCl. Chaparral was blamed for 13 isolated cases of hepatitis. But the public was not told that out of those 13 cases that most had pre-existing liver failure and the others were on pharmaceutical drugs known to cause liver damage. Then there is the case of the lady named Rosemary who they claim developed argyria from using colloidal silver. The fact is that she was using a pharmaceutical silver salt nose spray, which is way different than colloidal silver. This is a great example of how the Internet can be a great research tool but it is also full of misinformation, especially when it comes to herbs and supplements.

_Myth: No one really knows how many herbs work in the first place, so to say that ashwagandha does not cause thyrotoxicosis is contradicting empirical evidence.
_JS: Again so much more is known about the chemistry and effects of herbs than pharmaceutical drugs. And to make matters worse, even drugs known not to work are still left on the market. As an example in 1969 the FDA was Court ordered to remove 710 drugs from the market that were found to be too dangerous for human use or that just did not work. The FDA found a loophole and left all 710 drugs on the market. One of those drugs was dextromethorphan (DM) used in many cough medicines, which was found to be no more effective than placebo. About 10 years ago another study was reported in the J. of Pediatrics, which also found the drug to be worthless. Yet the drug still remains on the market with full FDA approval despite the fact that it does not work, but it does have adverse effects. And as I pointed out earlier, the pharmaceutical companies claims that their sleep aids Ambien and Lunesta do not work. Yet they still remain on the market causing dangerous side effects. Again when money is behind the findings manipulation and misinterpretation will abound to try and make pharmaceutical drugs appear safe and effective and herbs and supplements dangerous.
_As another example there was a pharmaceutical company here in the US that use a advertise heavily that their drug was found to reduce the risk of a second heart attack by 50%. The commercials were finally pulled, likely because the claims were fraudulent. It was exposed that what the pharmaceutical company had tested the drug on 100 people. Then they took 6 of the 100 and found that 3 of these 6 had not had a second heart attack within that short time frame and thus claimed a reduction of second heart attacks by 50%. Again fraud is massively rampant in the pharmaceutical industry because money and greed lead to manipulation and misinterpretation for the purpose of misleading the public.

 on: June 15, 2018, 12:56:58 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

This says NH has the fewest crimes per capita in the U.S.; VT is in 2nd place:
Maps That Will CHANGE The Way You See The US!

See some of the latest FSP news on Facebook

I question Air Force general about civilian deaths (First Amendment Audit)

Air Force Academy has good PR guy

First Amendment Audit @ Air Force Academy

I refuse to open bag for Air Force; they react politely (First Amendment audit, fourth amendment)

NH: Solo protest against immigration checkpoint collusion

U.S. Marshal investigates NHexit protest @ Concord (Morpheus, Thomas Costanzo)

U.S. Marshal: "I didn't do anything" to the Browns (Ed Brown; Thomas Costanzo, Morpheus)

NH: Fed ducks behind bushes rather than walk past my camera (First Amendment Audit, Morpheus)

I’m the First Candidate to File for NH Senate District 10!

Dash Force News’ Podcast Interviews Me About DASH Acceptance in New Hampshire

NH Libertarian Camping Event “Forkfest” Launches Into Second Year, Runs Through Monday!

Marijuana Legalization Backed by N.H. Democrats Chair

Rally Held In Concord To Protest Trump's Family Separation Policy

N.H. Lawsuits Are Piling Up Against Opioid Manufacturers

Nashua Begins Push For Clean Energy Upgrades, With Discounts

Biomass Plant Faces Federal Fines For Worker's Death

Federal Anti-Drug Office Says Mass. Pot Shops Will Pose Challenges - Even in N.H.

2 More Federal Prosecutors in N.H. to Focus on Opioid Crisis

Drug Crisis: UNH Study Finds More Children Removed From Parental Care

Laconia To Discuss Reuse Options For Former Prison, State School

N.H. Prison Inmates Have Access to Counseling Services With Their Children

AG Investigating Homicide After Woman Dies from Shooting in Rochester

Strafford County Prepares New Drone Program

Bridge Hailed as N.H.-Maine Economic Link

As Trump Signals Support for Marijuana Legalization, N.H. Democrat Plans New Pot Bill

Sununu Signs Transgender Rights, Anti-Discrimination Bill into Law

Plaistow 5th Grader Tells School Board of Bullying, Gun Threat

N.H. Prison Chief: Sending Violent Patients to Secure Psych Unit Rare But Necessary

Jobs Report Shows Growth in N.H., Uptick in Unemployment Rate

Franklin Eyes Federal Programs to Help Economic Revitalization

 on: June 15, 2018, 12:20:01 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Liberty Weekly Joins the Libertarian Institute

James Williams mashes Nigel Farage over Tommy Robinson

State of the Libertarian Union Talk Show

Curt the Barbarian about propertarianism

Libertarianism and The Jewish Question

Libertarianism, National Socialism, and The Natural Order

Defending Libertarianism

Virginia's Pedo Candidate

Reconciling Right-Libertarianism and The Alt-Right

Supremes Miss The Point On "Bake The Cake" Ruling - Ron Paul Liberty Report

Is College Worth It? NO

Selling Libertarianism

North Korea Could Turn Libertarian

Daniel McAdams on Who's Funding War Propaganda

Cakes, Bigotry & Free Markets

The BBC Sugar Coating of EU's Article 13

George Carlin on How language is used to mask truth

Radical Capitalist: For a Libertarian Alt-Right

CBC contributor puts libertarians in crosshairs

Pastor Chris Ashton talks on Christianity & Libertarianism

Libertarianism: Misconceptions Vs The Truth

 on: June 15, 2018, 12:03:39 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

AI researchers design 'privacy filter' for your photos that disables facial recognition systems

World saw 'worst year ever' for data breaches & cyberattacks in 2017

Microsoft's Interest In Buying GitHub Draws Backlash From Developers

10 Best GitHub Alternatives to Host Open Source Projects

Algorithm provides networks with the most current information available while avoiding data congestion

Senior UK security minister Ben Wolfe is pushing "Digital IDs to end online mob rule and anonymity"

How a Phone Upgrade Sent a Pedophile to Prison

Money Laundering Case in Israel Leads to the Seizure of 1000 Bitcoins

Spanish Minister Takes Control of Cryptocurrency Transactions

Europol Conference Discuss and Share Expertise to Tackle Dark Web Crime

Your personal space is no longer physical – it's a global network of data

Your reaction to pics could unlock your next smartphone

Amazon unveils nearly hands-free streaming TV device

Microsoft looks past next-gen Xbox to cloud games

'Norman,' when artificial intelligence goes psycho

Digital addiction—how technology keeps us hooked

Bitcoin 'whales' pulling cryptocurrency strings

Facebook news use declining, WhatsApp growing

Cyber threats to connected cars

Anonymous Twitter troll convicted of abuse in Belgium

 on: June 15, 2018, 09:33:13 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Scientists develop material that could regenerate dental enamel and bone

Wireless system can power devices inside the body

Scientist built 'DNA-robots' remote controlled by magnetic fields

Michigan senator testifies about the health risks of cell phones, WiFi routers, and smart meters

The Age of Metabolic Syndrome - Inflammatory Fat Is Worse

Who are the real "quacks" and "snake oil" salesmen?

Woman beats terminal breast cancer with mass infusion of her own immune cells

Temporary Meat-only diet eased her autoimmune disease symptoms

Perpetual use of anti-epileptic drugs can increase risk of dementia by 30%

Medical Despotism, the AMA's and Wikipedia's offensive against Chiropractic

Dr. Tim Noakes exonerated in low-carb, high-fat hearing

The link between soaring antidepressant use and America's suicide epidemic

Another shocking opioid meds statistic - study shows the epidemic is outpacing the resources devoted to it

Agricultural chemicals found to lower children's IQ

France's beekeepers accuse Bayer-Monsanto of tainting honey with toxic glyphosate

Keep those tonsils and adenoids: Removal significantly increases long-term risks of respiratory, allergic and infectious diseases

How drug companies sell treatments by inventing diseases

5 Establishment sources of Fake health science information

 on: June 13, 2018, 11:10:11 pm 
Started by Danarchist - Last post by starrychloe
According to Constance's theory of consent, when I was able to support myself. This definition allows for high functioning emancipated 'minors' and low functioning developmentally delayed 'adults'.

 on: June 13, 2018, 11:07:05 pm 
Started by Instinct2Bfree - Last post by starrychloe
What's to stop over-fishing? Unless the lakes are privately owned and the owner can kick you out, what is your solution?

 on: June 13, 2018, 07:21:02 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Study suggests blondes have slightly higher IQs

Yale scientist's breakthrough in brain reanimation

Why society needs more troublemakers

JB Peterson on the absolute necessity of fathers

Early toxic stress changes brain structure in children

Overcoming the constant self-doubt that undermines real achievement

The Biophilia effect for kids

Artistic college majors linked to serious mental illness [BS]

The brain may perceive objects outside of our view

Science says noise hurts and silence heals

Parental conflict leads to emotional problems in children

Why are we living in an age of anger?

After my breakdown, wild birds helped me to heal

Scientists identify physical source of anxiety in the brain

Transgender children's brains more similar to those of their preferred gender

Practicing situational awareness can save your life

Does clutter cause anxiety & stress?

Pelican attack sparks graduation ceremony chaos

Conservative filmmaker hires unsuspecting actors to read the real facts on feminism

Chinese police advice on how to survive a knife attack

Starbucks 180,000 employees radicalized after anti-bias training

Daring raccoon captivates the internet by scaling St. Paul skyscraper

Free Will Is Not An Illusion

Responsibility is the antidote to tyranny

How expectations influence performance

Two relationship patterns that are most harmful to couples

Being in a group can lower your IQ

Does It Make Sense To Believe in God?

Cults, brainwashing, and mind control in America

Making lifestyle changes permanent

How to know when you are dealing with an emotional manipulator

Conscientious extroverts are happier after marriage

Feeling isolated? If so, you're not alone

Embracing an Ennobling Vision by Rejecting Cynicism and Nihilism

How the mind operates under high stress

Major academic journal publishes article admitting the evidence for psi is solid

The dark side to emotional intelligence - and how to protect yourself

Demons really are possessing people, warns psychiatrist

The antidote to a father's absence in the home

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