“Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans..."
South Park Episode 'Band in China' Is Banned in China
Banned for touching on politically sensitive topics for the Beijing regime: Hollywood kowtowing to Chinese censorship in exchange for market access; and China’s human rights abuses, such as forced organ harvesting and extrajudicial killings, and banning Winnie the Pooh..
Eating red meat is not bad for you, controversial new study says
People are being urged to continue eating steak, sausages and bacon by experts who say there is no proof red and processed meats cause cancer.
Eating meat could be banned 'to help protect planet from eco-cide' - Independent.ie
Michael Mansfield QC said that the farming of livestock for meat was destroying the planet and called for legislation to criminalise those who caused global warming and the wilful destruction of wildlife.
In a message delivered at the launch of the Vegan Now campaign, which encourages people to stop eating meat and dairy products, Mr Mansfield said "eco-cide" must be made a crime.
Richard Stallman bites the dust in #metoo movement attack. This is a post of the person who did it, why and what offended them in am email Stallman wrote in a university thread about the Epstein girls. Stallman nit picks about the word "abuse", it didn't go well for him. Interesting to read the comments on this article too.
Remove Richard Stallman - Selam G. - Medium
The five filters of the mass media machine. Watch this brilliant short minutes video of how it all works. Big power players owning the media, how the advertisers come into play and how and why true journalism can't really exist in the mainstream.
A Famous Argument Against Free Will Has Been Debunked
For decades, a landmark brain study fed speculation about whether we control our own actions. It seems to have made a classic mistake.
The Netherlands has played a crucial role in the sabotage of Iran's nuclear programme, possibly aimed at the creation of a nuclear weapon, is evidenced by research by de Volkskrant. An AIVD agent filtered into the atomic complex at Natanz and spread a devastating digital virus. @adam @noagendasocial.com
So looks at the data there appears to be a coming recession in the UK/USA. Anybody got any info on how to mitigate against this? I was thinking buy gold (where, how), invest in foreign but stable markets not thought to be affected, and maybe some UK gilts?
Or shall I just start investing with a diverse portfolio with a low risk and ride it out?
"Commentary: Everything You’ve Heard About the Amazon Fires Is Wrong"
“Feeding my dog with protein based on insects seem to bridge the gap between nutrition and vegetarianism.”
Insect-based food 'better for pets than top steak'
Extreme Democratic and Republican partisans display greater mental rigidity on cognitive tests. This suggests that partisan extremity is psychologically significant – the intensity with which we attach ourselves to political doctrines may reflect and shape the way our mind works, even at the basic levels of perception and cognition. https://www.psypost.org/2019/08/extreme-democratic-and-republican-partisans-display-greater-mental-rigidity-on-cognitive-tests-54323
In my quest to go otg with my Android device I've stumbled on this brilliant open source app. As far as I can tell its like the pihole but it runs on your phone. It works by creating a VPN to pass your traffic through, blocking based on standard block lists.
Blokada - the best ad blocker for Android, free and open source
The best ad blocker for Android that works for all apps and does not require root. Free and open source.
Recently, the U.K. Met Office announced a revision to the Hadley Center historical analysis of sea surface temperatures (SST), suggesting that the oceans have warmed about 0.1 degree Celsius more than previously thought. https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/scientists-have-been-underestimating-the-pace-of-climate-change/
Two Ebola drugs show promise amid ongoing outbreak
Study Sheds Light On Attitudes Toward Transgender Americans. Quadlin says the respondents were more likely to view a transgender person as the gender they were born with, rather than the gender they identify as. But that view changed if the person "passes" as the gender with which they identify. https://www.wcbe.org/post/study-sheds-light-attitudes-toward-transgender-americans
33% of new childhood asthma cases in Europe attributable to air pollution. If only they would comply with WHO PM2.5 air quality guidelines.
18 European countries covered in the study are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK. Countries from Eastern Europe were not included due to the lack of air pollution exposure data in the region.
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