A better world, Love and Stay Healthy!


Our technology allows a small number of people to provide an entire nation with food. The majority of us can spend our time on other tasks, such as building beautiful cities with advance train systems, developing even more technology, and studying ourselves to understand how food and chemicals affect our health. Some people blame the countries problems on incompetent or dishonest government officials, corporate executives, and school officials. Others on the immigrant worker, the illegal immigrants, the fundamentalists, Jews, Islam, blacks, or Satan. Regardless of who you blame the countries problems on, the dilemma nobody wants to face is; "why don't we improve our situation? ". Why do we continue to suffer from deteriorating trains, traffic problems, crime, chaos, and wars? One reason we resist improving our world is that we resist facing the possibility that our leaders are corrupt or incompetent. Our natural tendency is to trust people in positions of authority; to assume they are protecting us and providing guidance to us. Children offer the most extreme example of this. The natural tendency of a child is to assume his parents are wonderful people. A child will trust his life with his parents, and he will resist accusations that his parents are bad people, even if they are. This tendency to trust authority persists even in adults. In fact, some people have noticed that simply by pretending that they are important they can get people to regard them as an authority. People who are promoted to management positions are sometimes advised by other managers to put on an aura of being a leader. The reason is simply because we don't judge a leader by his ability to lead. Rather, like an animal, and like a child, we judge a leader by his visual appearance, posture, tone of voice, and -- most important -- according to whether other people consider him to be a leader. Our tendency to trust authority is allowing mentally incompetent people to remain as leaders in government, universities, business, and news reporting.

Beautiful cities in nice parks with advanced train systems


Honest people outnumber the dishonest people by far. The fact that it takes a long time to become suspicious of authority is evidence that humans were designed for respectable leaders, not corrupt leaders. Today we see most people in leadership positions are be either corrupt, incompetent, afraid to stand up to the corruption, or are still in the dark. You should not follow any of those types of leaders. We should give ourselves a more pleasant life, and that means providing ourselves with leaders we can trust and respect. So instead of tolerating our situation, how about helping to move the human race beyond this condition of endless wars, crime, and chaos? Most people don't want wars, crime, hate and racism.

Of course people don’t want war. Why should a poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best thing he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece?
---Hermann Goering - Hitler's Reich Marshall ---

People just like to live a nice life where nobody is bothering them. The problems are only created by a few, who have taken control of our society through the banking system, the media, the mafia and some corporations. They where dominant in the black slavery, the white slavery, and now they want to enslave us all. They want to destroy the the sovereignty of countries to create a one world government. Alex Jones has a documentary "America Destroyed by Design", he tells a lot of truth, his lies are in blaming the wrong people. He blames the Chinese, UNESCO and the European Bankers.

It are the secret organization who try to stabilize societies. The criminal network is not a stable group. People working for them are not very loyal, and can change any moment. They only do it because they are bribed, get financial support, sex or some children. Fear mongering Alex Jones let us believe that we are helpless.

We have the technology to spread information around the world very quickly and inexpensively. Take in account that we roll the rock downward from the mountain and they need to roll it upwards. We don't need a lie to cover the other lie, and so on. Let's take this opportunity and change the course of the human race. Let's move beyond this primitive existence of monarchies, abuse, and wars. Who is inflating our money? We get more and more modern technology, everything goes automatic! How it can be that our lives not improves in equal. Was it first possible to buy a house on one salary, now you need two salaries!!! It not easy to defeat the Zionists, they are a small group controlling a larger one. Many of those in the controlled group are also sick from them because the are blackmailed by them by homosexual sex, child porn or other issues.

Moscow to experiment with city design. A project for Bulgaria is here. Will the US, Europe, China, or Japan ever get governments willing to experiment with city design? We don't have to spend our money on Israel, war, gambling, and Hollywood.

30.000 residents in Cristal City on Nagatino Peninsula - Moscow

Who in the US is suffering from economic problems? Nevada casinos have highest income in 2007. 
Gambling is growing, and sales of video games were up 43%, and Harry Potter books set records, and pet 'treats' continue to grow, and toy sales were up, and teenage girls are going to online games in India. The solution to our economic problems, gambling! In the USA, Barney Frank, Robert Wexler, and others are trying to allow online gambling. In MA, Gov. Patrick says a few casinos would add 20,000 jobs. In KY, officials want casinos also. China also allows more casinos as a way to raise taxes, but only a fool would trust casinos or assume gambling is a sensible way for a nation to make money. In meanwhile Germany bans online gambling.


Charities do not work, and some people in Haiti eat dirt. China is advancing quickly and discovering a side effect of technology: toxic pollution. If you're not familiar with this problem in China, the Chinese are recycling a lot of our electronics, and suffering from cadmium poisoning, and starting to worry about the quality of their food. Greedy businessmen like to make more profit. The Yangtze river is polluted. Some people say Croatia is also becoming a toxic dump. And is the mercury in fluorescent light bulbs going to poison us? Pollution damages mice DNA. There is more autism and girls are starting puberty too early; is any of it caused by pollution? Pollution is everywhere, such as Manila and India. Will we ever put as much effort into understanding our health as we put into bombing Iraq? When will we become as interested in the quality of our lives as we are in the destruction of other people's lives? Scientists lie about the Apollo moon landing, the world wars, 9/11, so who do we believe about the safety of the Cell phone towers? Neither we can trust our politicians. Or must we follow the advices from Hollywood Stars like Stallone to keep people young and healthy, maybe Stallone's mother also did use HGH.

Do we need to respect all people who decide they don't want to know anything, or don't want to learn anything, and simply want to be ignorant and like to be feed with nonsense? Do we need to spend our energy in educating or convince those people, or can we better use our energy in a more efficient way? If you are not a part of the solution, are you than part of the problem?

 Everybody is responsible for it's own decisions. If you want to stay an idiot, just do nothing and continue to look TV and football. If you want to become an idiot, watch this advice from stupidity expert Trevor Strong or read his book "Get stupid! : with the Ignorance IS Bliss! method". After you shall better understand the next content 9/11 conspiracy theories ridiculous or this Southpark, Should the government stop dumping money into a giant hole?, Attractive girls union refuses to talk with Mike Greenman, Voting Machines elect one of their own as president, Cindy McCain just like any other female human. HBO's presidential debate.

Enjoy this rare Elvis Presley song from a Gospel Album that was banned.

"The world is a dangerous place. Not because of the people who are evil; but because of the people who don't do any thing about it." –Albert Einstein-

Nasa: world will not end in 2012

$300 million donation  We need people who contribute to society, not wealthy parasites who promote more parasites. And Asia should wise up and ignore this billionaire Jew's cry for help with a casino in Singapore.

  • The Human Development Index (HDI) is an index found by the United Nations in 1990 used to rank countries by level of "human development", which usually also implies whether a country is developed, developing, or underdeveloped. Report

  • Happiness Index In Costa Rica the happiest people live followed by many other contries in Central America & Carribean. Zimbabwe takes the last place at #143. Cuba #7. Indonesia #16, China #20, Netherlands #43, Germany #51, Sweden #53, Belgium #64, Israel #67, Romania #70, France #71, Russia #108, Norway #88, United States #114, Luxemburg #122

 

HEALTH, FOOD ISSUES, ECOLOGY & POPULATION CONTROL

  • RSI comes not from computing but from sex.

  • Justus's horses are found to be suffering from chronic fluoride poisoning from drinking fluoridated water. Study published in peer reviewed scientific literature.

  • All babies could get hepatitis B jab as infections soar: Numbers affected have doubled in past decade

  • taller women are at increased risk of a wide range of cancer.

  • 'Four in 10' face ordeal of cancer

  • Children should no longer be given a widely-used flu vaccine over concerns it is linked to a rare sleep disorder

  • Cellphones a cancer risk?

  • We're all getting smaller and our brains are shrinking... is farming to blame?

  • Amid health fears, Diet Coke sweetener in safety spotlight

  • Scientists create cow that produces 'human' milk

  • Cancer cure known for 35 years? Stanislaw Burzynski

  • Organic food 'can help you lose weight and live longer': How natural fruit and vegetables are packed with more nutrients

  • Saved from swine flu by intravenous vitamin C

  • Paracetamol 'link' to blood cancer

  • Cooked tomatoes 'as good as statins' for battling cholesterol

  • An apple a day ... means you're eating plenty of the most contaminated fruit, says new report

  • Is your bread making you ill?

  • Dr. Evangelos Michelakis, a professor at the U of A Department of Medicine and other researchers at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada have cured cancer last week, yet there is a little ripple in the news or in TV. It is a simple technique using very basic drug. The method employs dichloroacetate (DCA), which is currently used to treat metabolic disorders. So, there is no concern of side effects or about their long term effects. It killed lung, breast and brain cancer cells and left the healthy cells alone

  • 'Curing cancer? The dichloroacetate story

  • Men who have been diagnosed with poor sperm quality and who are trying to have children should limit their cell phone use, a new study suggests.

  • Signals from mobile phones could be partly to blame for the mysterious deaths of honeybees, new research shows

  • Marijuana cuts lung cancer tumor growth in half, Harvard study shows

  • Hedge Farm! The Doomsday Food Price Scenario Turning Hedgies into Survivalists

  • Viagra 'could make you deaf'

  • Social networking linked to rise in STDs: How health experts blame Facebook for making it easier to find casual sex

  • Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives.

  • Sunshine vitamin cuts cancer risk by 40%

  • Mother Who Loses Son to Brain Cancer Warns of Cell Phone Use

  • The World Health Organisation has hit back at "irresponsible" critics who claim swine flu was a fake pandemic created for the benefit of drug companies.

  • 65.2 per cent of all fresh chicken sold in supermarkets across in the UK is contaminated with campylobacter.

  • Wasting your time with sports

  • Sex Prevents Headaches

  • A leading health expert has claimed the swine flu scare was a "false pandemic" led by drugs companies that stood to make billions from vaccines

  • Dozens of cancer studies may be thrown into doubt by the discovery that researchers inadvertently used the wrong type of cancer cells.

  • High protein diets could shrink your brain and cause Alzheimer's, research suggests.

  • Food manufacturers are using ''smoke and mirrors'' to mislead parents into thinking sugar and fat-laden snacks are healthy for children, a charity said.

  • Fastest Food Inflation Since Riots Means Milk Up 39%

  • The food processing world is reeling right now one day after a shocking new series of tests released by Consumer Reports revealed that many leading brands of canned foods contain Bisphenol A (BPA)—a toxic chemical linked to health risks including reproductive abnormalities, neurological effects, heightened risk of breast and prostate cancers, diabetes, heart disease and other serious health problems.

  • Yummy! Ammonia-Treated Pink Slime Now in Most U.S. Ground Beef

  • Scientists have discovered how a promising cancer drug, first discovered in a wild mushroom, works.

  • Soda fountain machines harbor fecal bacteria

  • There are only ten countries that now ban people with HIV/AIDS from entering. They are: Brunei, China. Equatorial Guinea, Papua New Guinea, Qatar, Russia, Singapore, Sudan, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

  • Another Melamine-Tainted Milk Scandal in China

  • Shouting at your wife may get you a criminal record in France

  • Fattest countries are American Samoa, Keribati, US, Germany and Egypt

  • Farmed Salmon Exposed

  • Sugar in cigarettes caused long cancer

  • Support for legalizing marijuana grows rapidly around U.S.

  • Traffic fumes may cause dementia

  • 'Fluoride Is Good For Us' - Deadly 21 Ton Spill

  • A chemical linked to cancer should be banned from baby's bottles to protect children's health, leading doctors have said.

  • According to a report just released from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), one in four teenage girls has or has had a sexually transmitted disease (STD). The research shows that many of these girls are infected soon after their first sexual encounter, leading to renewed calls for better sexual health education among teens. The study followed over 800 girls between the ages of 14 and 19. Among the STDs the researchers tracked were gonorrhea, Chlamydia, herpes simplex virus type 2 and human papillomavirus (HPV). Twenty-four percent of study participants were infected with one of more of these STDs. Of that 24 percent, more than 18 percent were infected with HPV, the presence of which can eventually lead to cervical cancer.

  • Aids has killed 25 million people worldwide but new infections are slowing sharply

  • Mammogram Radiation May Put Some Women at Risk

  • Mulberry Leaf Tea For Weight Loss, Anti-diabetes cases expected to double

  • A British doctor who is being sued for libel after criticizing an American company’s research has pledged to turn the action into a test case for freedom of speech.

  • Opponents of GM food are motivated by “emotion” and “ideology” rather than a “reasoned” scientific approach, according to a major report by a government funded quango.

  • Tips for a longer life according to the world's oldest people. Does Death Exist? New Theory Says 'No'

  • Children should be allowed to play in the dirt because being too clean can impair the skin’s ability to heal itself, new research suggests.

  • The first marijuana coffee shop in the US has opened, posing an early test of the Obama administration's move to relax the policing of medical use of the drug.

  • Supposedly healthy snacks that are popular in children's lunchboxes, such as cereal bars and fruit drinks, are laden with sugar, a consumer group has warned

  • A major new survey has revealed that thousands of teenage British girls are risking injury, infertility and worse, by masturbating themselves into oblivion with the latest generation of electric toothbrushes - or 'lovebrushes'

  • Men eat more processed meat but don't understand cancer risk. Men eat almost twice as much processed meat as women but are less likely to know it can cause cancer, research suggests. Foods such as bacon, ham, salami and some sausages can increase the risk of bowel cancer.
    Two rashers of bacon a day throughout life has been linked to a 20% rise in the chance of getting the disease.

  • One in five HIV sufferers in Africa was infected by medical staff using dirty needles and clinical equipment, new research has found.

  • A Town Full of Twins Found in India

  • Scientists grow pork meat in a laboratory

  • Drinking up to a bottle of wine a day cuts the risk of developing heart disease in men by half, controversial new research has found

  • Toys carrying the Barbie and Disney logos have turned up with high levels of lead in them

  • Half of secondary school girls considering cosmetic surgery

  • Xenotropic Murine Leukemia Virus-related Virus May Not Be Associated With Human Prostate Cancer

  • Longterm mobile phone use could lead to 1,500 new cases of brain tumours a year over the next two decades a study shows.

  • Cancer Industrial Complex

  • Garlic may reduce risk of skin cancer

  • Predatory women are destroying the sexual confidence of young men in Ireland - with some men as young as 20 now turning to Viagra to prop up their flagging libido

  • Eggplant Cures Skin Cancer

  • Alzheimer's disease shares common features with chronic heart failure, according to scientists

  • Heart attack patients are exposed to a radiation dose equal to about 725 chest X-rays over the course of their hospital stay, according to research

  • Meditation is good for the body as well as the mind, scientists have discovered, as the practice significantly reduces the risk of a heart attack for people with heart disease

  • Mammogram Radiation Dangers Finally Admitted. Most women should start regular breast cancer screening at age 50, not 40, according to new guidelines released Monday by an influential group that provides guidance to doctors, insurance companies and policy makers.

  • Women put 515 chemicals on their face and body every day by using beauty products that contain dozens of ingredients, some of them potentially harmful.

  • HR 875 - The Monsanto Connection

  • Why We Kiss: The Science of Sex

  • Montana fires a warning shot over states' rights guncontrol

  • Codex Alimentarius. Metal Filings In Your Freaking Cereal

  • Don't get scammed by fake health plans

  • British children are among the fattest in Europe

  • Taking Care of a Sick Person in Your Home

  • Altzheimer - Rogue protein 'spreads in brain' . Curry 'may slow Alzheimer's'

  • Doctors this week warned that people taking a daily aspirin to protect their heart could be doing themselves more harm than good.

  • Snoring Can Cause Strokes! Save Your Life, Stop Snoring

  • SOFT drinks with artificial sweeteners could cause kidney damage, according to new research.

  • Health timebomb hits baby boomers: Over-60s suffer more illnesses caused by bad diet and lack of exercise

  • Scientific Fraud in Medicine: More Than a Few Bad Apples

  • ADHD Drug May Cause Suicidal Thoughts. Pesticides exposure linked to suicidal thoughts

  • Cell phone radiation levels vary widely, watchdog report says

  • Approaching Epidemic: Brain Damage from Mobile Phone Radiation

  • Was the Polio Vaccine a Radiation Experiment?

  • New drug shields against radiation

  • Scientists are working on creating livestock that are immune to pain

  • Drug to erase bad memories could see the end of troubling flashbacks

  • Speed up water fluoridation for children's sake, minister urges

  • Natural levels of lithium in drinking water help reduce suicides

  • FDA Final Ruling - Mercury Amalgam Poses No Patient Risk!

  • Thousands of Parents Blame Vaccines as causes fro Autism.

  • Kissinger Report 2004: How U.S. foreign policy uses population control to exploit third world economies.

  • UN warns of catastrophe as hungry people top 1 billion

  • 'We have never seen so many hungry people in the world', warns U.N. chief

  • Eating broccoli may prevent strokes and heart attacks

  • Wyeth’s Menopause Hormones Increase Risk of Lung Cancer Deaths

  • Oral sex can cause throat cancer

  • US Government Supplies Patient with Marijuana

  • Americans grow cannabis to beat the recession

  • Researchers offer an answer to the conundrum of why sticking slavishly to low-calorie meals often still fails to shift the pounds

  • Which is worse? Germs in our Food or the Antibiotics that Kill Them?

  • Vitamin C super-pepper developed by Marks & Spencer

  • Dr. John Cannell on vitamin D

  • Potential Neuropoison Could Be in Our Food

  • African woman infected with gorilla strain of HIV

  • South African 'Woman' Runner Is An Hermaphrodite

  • Recycled radioactive metal contaminates consumer products

  • Mafia ‘was paid to sink ships carrying radioactive cargo

  • Depleted Uranium Ammunition in Afghan War: New Evidence

  • Labour's secret plan to send overweight children to NHS fat camps

  • More babies should be taken into care to protect them from poor parents

  • US health experts have called for a tax on sweetened soft drinks

  • Scientists find lifesaver for India – rice that doesn't have to be cooked

  • Shower heads harbour germs that cause lung disease

  • Two thousand schoolgirls suffer suspected ill-effects from cervical cancer vaccine

  • Alzheimer's patients experience faster memory loss if they have an infection

  • Retrovirus Linked to Aggressive Prostate Cancer

  • Flesh-eating superbug killed father in just four hours as coroner warns of 'new horror'

  • Lost world of fanged frogs and giant rats discovered in Papua New Guinea

  • Exhausted doctors in Australia's northeastern state of Queensland have been advised by the government to drink more coffee

  • A leading cancer consultant who repeatedly raised concerns about the health and safety of patients at a London hospital will claim today that he was victimised by managers and had his warnings ignored.

  • The collapse in Britain's bee population is being made worse by pesticides that are banned in much of EU, according to a new study

  • Parents are being threatened with having their children taken into care after questioning doctors’ diagnoses or objecting to their medical care.

  • Fish can get mad cow disease says study

  • Fat from certain foods including ice cream and burgers goes straight to the brain and tells you to eat more, new research reveals.

  • Diabetes treatments cost more than any other therapy in primary care, as the number of young people with the condition rises

  • Experts have discovered a new class of drug that could be used to treat at least a third of patients with common cancers. The pills, known as PARP inhibitors, kill cancer cells with a faulty gene called PTEN. Faults in these cells are behind 30 and 80 per cent of cancers of the breast, prostate, skin, ovarian, womb and colon

  • Diet drugs work 'because they make people eat more healthily'

  • More music lessons – to improve memory, intelligence and behavior

  • Multivitamin pills 'can do you more harm than good'

  • Magnesium–The Miracle Mineral

  • Dr. Levy Gives a dramatic demonstration of how the nutricions and additives in enriched foods might not be everything you think that they they are. Magnetic Cornflakes. Metalic Particles In Your Breakfast. Cereal is poison.

  • Fixation with healthy eating can be sign of serious psychological disorder

  • Men: Avoid Prostate-Cancer PSA Screening - The prostate cancer business.

  • China warns but the FDA says Mercury Fillings Are 'Safe'!

  • Scientists have discovered a type of bacteria which they believe could be the cause of many cases of colon cancer.

  • Suncream may be linked to Alzheimer's disease, say experts.

  • Diet drug investigated after 32 users suffer liver damage

  • The Hidden Dangers of Cell Phone Radiation

  • Health fears lead schools to dismantle wireless networks

  • A research based campaign against TETRA Airwave

  • 12 basic precautions to minimize exposure to radiation when using a mobile phone

  • Let's stop the fluoride water poisoners

  • Some baby foods less nutritious than a cheeseburger, says report

  • 10 Genes, Furiously Evolving

  • 50 HARMFUL EFFECTS OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED (GM) FOODS

  • acetaminophen

  • How gardening became fashionable again

  • A major international health study has shown that excessive mobile phone use can be linked to  four kinds of cancer. "But modern phones give out 217 electromagnetic pulses every minute into your head. Primary school children should not have them, secondary school children should be encouraged to text rather than call, and males should not keep them in a pocket because they drastically affect fertility."

  • Number of Down's pregnancies rise as women have children later but rise in terminations means fewer born with condition

  • LSD less dangerous than alcohol, says government's drug adviser

  • Bad driving is in the genes

  • Scientists set record with star 13 billion years old

  • Are the new light bulbs a health risk?

  • Radiation from energy-saving bulbs is 10 times higher than from a mobile cellular phone.

  • Botox

  • Radiation

  • Dr. John Gofman, former Manhattan Project scientist, stated radiation is a proven cause of breast cancer. The U.S. public, as a whole, has been exposed to more radioactive fallout than any population group on the planet, estimated to be the equivalent of 40,000 Hiroshima bombs.

  • Afghan Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) officials estimate hepatitis B kills more than 11,000 people annually, with 7 percent of the country’s population already infected.

  • Anti-Cancer Superfoods: Blueberries, Acai Berries, Raspberries, and Cranberries, green tea, garlic, Broccoli and Cabbage, Onions and Leeks, tomatoes, Resveratrol, soy watercress and spinach

  • Obama Silent On $40 Billion Contract To France

  • Fluoridation causes more premature births, one of the top causes of infant death in the USA. It poses the greatest risk to poor non-white mothers and babies. This is the finding State University of New York researchers from data spanning 1993 to 2002.

  • The South African Army is now estimated to be 60% HIV+

  • "Restless Vagina Syndrome": Big Pharma's Newest Fake Disease

  • Chemicals used in plastics feminise the brains of little boys 'so that they avoid rough and tumble games

  • Around 6,300 people in the UK who believe they are suffering from Parkinson's disease could have been wrongly diagnosed, a new study has claimed

  • Is AIDS really caused by HIV (controversional views)    video

  • Man invents stair-climbing wheelchair

  • Dr. Leonard Coldwell: The Only Answer to Cancer Part 1 Part2

  • Gender-bending chemicals in such everyday items as waterproof clothes, rubber boots, bed linen, food, nappies, sunscreen lotion and moisturizing cream

  • Toxic munitions 'may be cause' of baby deaths and deformities in Fallujah

  • A motorway speed camera blamed for causing accidents generates up to half a million pounds a year in fines.

  • Scientists have discovered how to “read” minds by scanning brain activity and reproducing images of what people are seeing — or even remembering.

  • Wind energy in Spain reached a new record last night, providing at its peak 45.1% of Spain’s total electricity demand – 2.1% greater than the previous record set in November last year.

  • With up to seven million people in the UK carrying the disease, prediabetes ought to be better understood

  • Lessons to be learned from Nazca civilisation, which exposed itself to floods after mass deforestation

  • FOXSexpert: The Health Benefits of Masturbation

  • Masturbation can be good for the over-50s. Removal of toxins built up over a lifetime reduces the risk of prostate cancer.

  • Study: Frequent Masturbation May Prevent Prostate Cancer

  • Masturbation May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer

  • Oral sex linked to mouth cancer: Swedish study

  • The herbicide used on genetically modified soy – Argentina’s main crop – could cause brain, intestinal and heart defects in fetuses, according to the results of a scientific investigation released Monday.

  • Soy doesn't harm, and may even help, breast cancer survivors, study finds

  • Scientists at the University of Montreal launched a search for men who had never looked at pornography - but couldn't find any. Single men watched pornography for an average of 40 minutes, three times a week, while those in relationships watched it 1.7 times a week for around 20 minutes.

  • Secret of a healthy old age may lie in right balance of proteins. Vegetarian low protein diet could be key to long life

  • NHS chiefs have said that pregnant women must be educated about the importance of taking vitamin D supplements.

  • New studies also find that children exposed to smoke are at risk of lung cancer

  • Syphilis is making a comeback because of promiscuity among middle-aged men who ignore safe sex guidance, warn experts.

  • What Is Colloidal Silver & Why Is It The Best Natural Antibiotic

  • Que pro-Reader: Cambridge professors to launch revolutionary e-reader in Vegas

  • A Fish Experiment Gone Wrong

  • Politicians Ignore Task Force, Push Mammograms

  • Man controls robotic hand with thoughts

  • X-rays of mummies reveal atherosclerosis, suggesting there may be more to heart disease than bad diet and smoking

  • Cat-food irradiation banned as pet theory proved

  • Cambodian government accused of creating 'Aids colony'

  • Deadly bat disease spreading fast, scientists warn Congress

  • A Belgian man diagnosed as being in a coma for 23 years was actually conscious the whole time

  • Parents cradle baby for last time after life support is switched off... but then she came back to life

  • Nurses use maggots and Manuka honey to fend off hospital superbugs

  • Free Energy? Home Generator -Zero Point Energy - Off the Grid

  • Common Fish Species Has 'Human' Ability To Learn

  • Van Gogh's ear 'was cut off by friend Gauguin with a sword'

  • Disturbance of the immune system by electromagnetic fields

  • World’s Most Extreme Public Transportation?

  • Norovirus Illnesses Linked to Oysters

  • Millions of Britons unable to cope with modern life, says study

  • Drinking epidemic 'fuels surge in cancer'

  • CT-Scan Radiation Dangers Finally Acknowledged

  • Festive snack salt levels 'shocking', says health group

  • Anti-depressants really can change someone's personality, researchers find, as patients become more extrovert and less neurotic.

  • Cosmology in Crisis—Again!

  • Battle to save tigers intensifies with only 3,200 left on Earth. China's last tiger is eaten

  • Scientists Discover Origin of a Cancer in Tasmanian Devils

  • Children who are smacked by their parents may grow up to be happier and more successful than those spared physical discipline, research suggests.

  • Dr. Coldwell: The Only Answer to Cancer Part 4

  • Inject Beef With Ammonia To Make It Safe?

  • EU drives up price of batteries

  • Teenagers with set bedtimes are far less likely to suffer from depression or suicidal thoughts, according to a new study.

  • Man 'almost died' on Christmas Day after one spray of Lynx deodorant

  • Prostate cancer sufferers offered hope by molecule discovery

  • Chinese car park has wider spaces for women drivers

  • Superhuman power to save child

  • It was determined that those who drank bourbon and the darker liquors suffered more symptoms than those who only drank beer, vodka, wine and other clear alcoholic drinks. Bourbon has 37 times the amount of toxic chemicals that cause hangovers than vodka.

  • Heart attack chemical detected in cocaine users

  • A Star Trek-style gadget that can detect cancers and other diseases without the need for surgery is being developed by scientists

  • Moon affects human behavior.

  • The 100,000 words a day that are changing our brains and ruining our concentration

  • Most Magnificent Trees in the World.

  • Mistletoe cures woman's cancer after she shuns chemotherapy

  • Kim Peek, living Google, dies at age of 58.

  • Looking young may mean living longer

  • CT scans deliver far more radiation than has been believed and may contribute to 29,000 new cancers each year, along with 14,500 deaths, suggest two studies in today's Archives of Internal Medicine.

  • Every sexual contact with a different man/woman changes the body of oneself. Interview with Vicky Thorne.

  • “We should test for vitamin D as routinely as cholesterol,” says Dr. Daniel Nadeau

  • Silicone-Based Chemical In Pizza Hut's Cheese! is Dimethylpolysiloxane

  • The beckoning silence: Why half of the world's languages are in serious danger of dying out

  • From Minnie to Mickey (and all they did was turn off a gene)

  • A Maine legislator wants to make the state the first to require cell phones to carry warnings that they can cause brain cancer, although there is no consensus among scientists that they do and industry leaders dispute the claim.

  • Bad memories can be erased without using drugs, reveal scientists

  • More than 20,000 women under 25 had an abortion for at least a second time last year

  • One in 20 15 year-olds in Britain has tried cocaine, according to a new report.

  • Breast cancer is not a single disease but a collection of at least five separate conditions that differ in prognosis and response to treatment, a detailed genetic study has revealed.

  • Selling drugs

  • New Strain Of Drug-Resistant Bacteria Emerging In US Hospitals

  • Artificial sweeteners are not a solution

  • The German drugmaker is putting the finishing touches on a pill designed to reawaken desire by blunting female inhibitions.

  • China unveils 'world's fastest train link'

  • U.S. researchers have identified 10 locations in California that have double the rates of autism found in surrounding areas, and these clusters were located in neighborhoods with high concentrations of white, highly educated parents

  • Mark Blaxill: Lies, Damned Lies and CDC Autism Statistics

  • Harrowing ordeal of the baby elephants bound and beaten to become circus stars

  • UK censored links between immigration and crime in report. Foreign prisoners are being given bribes of £500 just for returning home.

  • Rabies is a virus that attacks the brain and nervous system. It is estimated 55,000 people die worldwide from rabies each year.

  • The plus-size models that prove fashion is finally ready to embrace larger women

  • Child Obesity Is Linked to Chemicals in Plastics

  • Frederic Scheer is biding his time, convinced that by 2013 the price of oil will be so high that his bio-plastics, made from vegetables and plants, will be highly marketable.

  • Nuclear reactors can be used to generate electricity – but they can also be used to desalinate water. Nuclear desalination is not a new idea – it's a proven technology, thanks to Kazakhstan.

  • The Strategy Behind Same-Sex Marriage

  • "It's absolutely fascinating to see Darwinian principles at work here. This community of people has developed their own biologically unique response to a truly terrible epidemic. The fact that this genetic evolution has happened in a matter of decades is remarkable." says Professor John Collinge, Director of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Prion Unit

  • George Carlin Changed the World, he dies at age 71

  • The world’s first “sex robot”, a life-size rubber doll called Roxxxy who can have real conversations with her owner, including about football, has been unveiled

  • Scientists find gene that regulates your heart beat

  • Why light intensifies the pain of migraine even among the blind discovered

  • Faces are more attractive when they have a “golden glow”, but the effect is better achieved by eating fruit and vegetables than by getting a tan, according to researchers.

  • Us women are more egocentric and narcissistic than we ever used to be

  • Deadly spiders invade Sydney

  • Abortion May Increase Breast Cancer Risk By 40%

  • Soda fountains contained fecal bacteria, study found

  • The fatherhood taboo: Men finally break their silence on the 'potential misery' of becoming a dad. Nature has checks and balances. Women have such strong cravings for babies that some kill pregnant women, but men have so little interest in babies that they often wish they could kill the defective and annoying babies.

  • Boy chosen by Dalai Lama turns back on Buddhist order

  • Increasing numbers of elderly and infirm people will be pressured into killing themselves under changes to assisted suicide rules, it has been claimed

  • Ademir Jorge Goncalves shows up at his own funeral in Brazil

  • The Orgasm

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  • Eva Uhlin, aged 19, has recovered her looks after suffering a once-in-a-million allergic reaction to the commonly used household pain killer purchased over the counter. A Swedish teenager has grown back her entire face after an allergic reaction to a single Paracetamol pill caused it to turn black and fall off.The deadly condition, known as Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis, attacked her body causing her skin to blister, burn and to scab. During her illness parts of her chest, arms, back and stomach fell off. At one point the damage to Miss Uhlin's face was so bad that her lips grew together.

  • Current recommended intake for vitamin D during winter months and need to be at increased to 5 micrograms per day, says a new study from California.

  • Giving older people vitamin D supplements can significantly reduce their chances of suffering a dangerous fall, researchers believe.

  • Start running and watch your brain grow, say scientists

  • A blood test that can be done early in pregnancy is highly accurate at determining the sex of the fetus

  • These easy-to-buy superfoods could help you to live a healthier, flat-bellied and longer life, says our nutritionist

  • Stressed parents risk having burnt-out children, study finds

  • Household chemical perfluorooctanoic acid linked to thyroid disease. Why your sofa may harm your health

  • From next month seriously overweight flyers will be asked to pay for two seats, or not be allowed on board for “safety reasons”, the airline announced yesterday.

  • Trying On Clothes Is A Health Hazard. Feces, Vaginal Secretions Found In Brand New Clothing

  • A new film paints an apocalyptic picture of a world reduced to tinned goods. But could it ever happen here, asks Bee Wilson

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